So you can see the future now? Or are you just pulling that straight from your ass?
He's raw but has the most upside and with our oline coach would be a franchise LT
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Knee injuries don't just disappear. Guys like TD and AP appear to be exceptions to the rule. Kouandjio, however, isn't a physical freak. In addition, he carries around a 300+ frame. Knee complexities are guaranteed with Cyrus. That's not Nostradamus talk, that's just logic.
He wasn't so raw 6-7 months ago. Regardless, being undeveloped and lacking technique isn't the issue here because he mauled slower DEs (especially in the run game). It's his hips, feet, and playing style. He's not fast or agile enough to stop LEs at the next level. Thus, Kouandjio is better suited at RT. Run-blocking is his speciality anyways. You may disagree but until he proves otherwise, clips of Cyrus being obliterated in the final stretch of 2013-14 season is evidence enough of him being considered as a RT by coaching staffs.