Jeremy Igo

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  1. Don't look for a big move to replace Josh Norman

    I stand corrected.
  2. The Carolina Panthers traded up in the third round to select WVU Corner Daryl Worley OVERVIEW This Philadelphia native finished his career on a strong note, giving him the confidence to enter the NFL draft as a true junior. He garnered first-team All-Big 12 honors after finishing among the nation's leaders with six interceptions and 12 pass breakups. He also made 49 tackles and forced two fumbles on the year, even though he didn't play in the Cactus Bowl with the team due to academic issues. Worley had led the team the previous year with three interceptions (also with 52 tackles, 4.5 for loss, four breakups), but faced trouble during the season. He was accused of assaulting a woman outside a nightclub in September, eventually pled no contest and received a six-month suspended sentence for his actions, which he said were in defense of his girlfriend. Worley missed two games due to a suspension. As a true freshman, Worley made his presence known on defense and special teams, starting five games, making 45 tackles, intercepting one pass, and breaking up five others. ANALYSIS STRENGTHS Has height and arm length that every secondary coach loves. Instinctive and willing to operate outside of his zone. Won't lose the 50/50 battle very often. Sits down on receivers when ball is in the air and uses well-timed leap and outstanding hands to break it up or take it away. Credited with 12 pass breakups and six interceptions last season. Stellar reactive quickness with hands to pluck interceptions after undercutting routes. Redirects receivers with aggressive shoves. Decent finisher as tackler. Carries enough long speed to run with Baylor's Corey Coleman. WEAKNESSES Doesn't have the loose hips or fluid feet to mirror and match in man coverage. The more layered the route, the more separation allowed. Passive in bail coverage allowing significant throwing run underneath. At times becomes pre­occupied with the vertical chase and fails to find deep ball headed his way. Would like to see more aggression from him play after play. Sits and waits in run support. Doesn't use size to overpower blockers and get into running backs early. NFL COMPARISON Tray Walker BOTTOM LINE Worley has good deep speed and excellent ball skills, but lacks the agility and hips to maintain his feel for receivers underneath. A move to a defense that employs more press and trail technique should benefit him and teams looking for range and instincts could try him at free safety. Worley's traits make him worthy of a Day 3 selection, but his success may be tied to his scheme fit.
  3. Imagine what the statement it would be if Gettleman can take this kid from a small school and have him play well in the zone corner scheme. His treatment of the Josh Norman situation would be completely validated. It would also send a message to the rest of the team that it is about the scheme and the purpose, not the individual. In short, Gettleman wins. Discuss
  4. Bradberry is amazing...

    But now this.... I must admit.... it sounds like a HUGE reach.
  5. Bradberry is amazing...

    I already love this kid.
  6. Totally out of left field. Have to trust Gettleman here, Bene Benwikere proved he knows DBs.
  7. PLAYER OVERVIEW A four-year starter, Bradberry redshirted as a safety for head coach Hugh Freeze at Arkansas State in 2011, but his desire to play cornerback led him back home, transferring to FCS-level Samford. He recorded 45 tackles, 11 passes broken up and a pair of interceptions in 2015 to earn an invitation to the Senior Bowl. "The last time I seen this many people circled around the field was in high school when we played Hueytown," Bradberry told about his Class 5A championship game while playing for Pleasant Grove high school in Alabama. "I noticed (famous NFL coaches) when I first got here, but then I tried to lock in and just pay attention to my coaches and just try to work on my technique." Samford spent his redshirt freshman season at Arkansas State before transferring to Samford, and is hoping to follow in the footsteps of former teammate Jaquiski Tartt, a second-round pick by the San Francisco 49ers last year who started eight games as a rookie. "I saw him practice and play every day," Bradberry told "I feel like I can play along with him, so it gave me some confidence coming out (to the Senior Bowl)." STRENGTHS WEAKNESSES STRENGTHS: When he can press and play close to the line of scrimmage, Bradberry extends to disrupt the route and stays balanced while keeping his eyes in the backfield to make a play on the ball. Looks the part with a tall, filled-out frame and cut physique. Vines for arms with a large wingspan. Controlled athlete, using measured footwork to press and transition... Reaches his top speed quickly. Stance is his foundation, staying balanced while engaged to play bump-and-run. Lower body bend in off coverage with a quick trigger once he sinks to intercept angles. Large catch radius with the ballskills to make plays above the rim. Above average high-to-low tackler with the functional strength to fill and finish. WEAKNESSES: Level of competition concerns and struggled vs. FBS receivers at times during Senior Bowl practices. Lacks the short-area burst to stick with top receiving prospects. Patient process, but often plays it too safe in off-coverage, arriving late to the ball. Route anticipation needs maturing. Shows hip tightness when changing directions, causing him to get turned around in coverage. Immature eye use and discipline. Needs to improve his focus and technique to maintain proper positioning on vertical routes and combinations. Needs to take more chances and show more aggression to create and keep offenses honest - predictable and veteran receivers will figure him out quickly.
  8. 2016 NFL Draft Round 2 General Discussion

    Fuller then Bell now
  9. 2016 NFL Draft Round 2 General Discussion

    Fuller -> Bell -> Cravens in that order I suspect
  10. 2016 NFL Draft Round 2 General Discussion

    Eh, didn't care about him as a player. Cared about him as a traffic draw.
  11. 2016 NFL Draft Round 2 General Discussion

  12. 2016 NFL Draft Round 2 General Discussion

    Phins won't draft Henry