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Prospect on the rise: Jesse Williams DT Bama


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Posted 12 December 2012 - 10:31 PM

pshh thats it, i could do that...


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Posted 12 December 2012 - 10:36 PM

Mark Barron's coverage skills leave something to be desired. Bucs are last in the league in passing. His run coverage is good. Far from the best young defensive back.

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Posted 12 December 2012 - 10:49 PM

Mark Barron's coverage skills leave something to be desired. Bucs are last in the league in passing. His run coverage is good. Far from the best young defensive back.


Might be a reason he's a SS and not a FS.

Alabama players are some of the best coached in the nation who have excelled against the best competition. They also come from a culture of winning and high expectations.

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Posted 13 December 2012 - 12:37 AM

Fug no!He has bust written all over him,he benches 600 that doesn't mean anything.He will be this year's Poe.He will impress at the combine and suck in the NFL.


What do you know about talent evaluation? Did you even watch any tape?

This kid has loads of potential and a great attitude for the game. Poe played against terrible competition and didn't even really have good stats. Jesse plays in the SEC and dominates.

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Posted 13 December 2012 - 12:38 AM

Mark Barron's coverage skills leave something to be desired. Bucs are last in the league in passing. His run coverage is good. Far from the best young defensive back.


The bucs don't have any corners. Barron is easily their best DB.



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Posted 13 December 2012 - 12:45 AM

I would take him over any of our DTs.


Over ours? Lol
I'd take him over a lot of DTs in the NFL.

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Posted 13 December 2012 - 01:17 AM

What do you know about talent evaluation? Did you even watch any tape?

This kid has loads of potential and a great attitude for the game. Poe played against terrible competition and didn't even really have good stats. Jesse plays in the SEC and dominates.

Of course I don't watch tape,how can I watch tape if im not in their film room.Do you watch tape?

I watch the games though and he is nothing special,he never jumped out as anything special when I watch Alabama play.We can find a dt in the 2nd round,Williams is not worth a top 10 pick IMO.

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Posted 13 December 2012 - 01:24 AM

Of course I don't watch tape,how can I watch tape if im not in their film room.Do you watch tape?

I watch the games though and he is nothing special,he never jumped out as anything special when I watch Alabama play.We can find a dt in the 2nd round,Williams is not worth a top 10 pick IMO.


Yes there ways of watching full games online and evaluating every play.

Williams as a hell of a prospect, and some team will fall in love with him in the too 10 and get a great player.

What 2nd round DTs are better than Williams?

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Posted 13 December 2012 - 01:43 AM

Yes there ways of watching full games online and evaluating every play.

Williams as a hell of a prospect, and some team will fall in love with him in the too 10 and get a great player.

What 2nd round DTs are better than Williams?

You can find a DT in the 2rd,and how do you know Williams will be good?

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Posted 13 December 2012 - 02:03 AM

You can find a DT in the 2rd,and how do you know Williams will be good?


I want to know what DT you think could come in here and start automatically making an impact in the second round.

I've been into evaluating players so long that I have predicted every busy at DT and saw potential in any DT that has succeeded in the NFL over the last few seasons.

I didn't want Poe, I knew he was just a big strong athletic mofo. I see way more in Williams.

A huge factor in finding guys that will succeed in the next level is interviews. How they talk, how they feel about the game, school, being a leader.

I can sniff out a money hungry, lazy, selfish player in a second.

Jesse Williams enjoys playing football and his mesureables and passion for the game will make him elite.


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