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Kawann Short

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What do you think about this kid?

i was watching videos of top rated DTs and for me this is the most impressive DT of the top five.

I am especialy impressed by his ability to locate the football!

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No.

44? Maybe.

Short is probably who I hate the most out of this class of DTs.

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isnt he solid against the run despite being a ut?

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2011:6.5 sacks, 17.5 TFL

2012: 7 sacks, 15.5 TFL

2011:2 sacks, 8 TFL

2012:4 sacks, 10.5 TFL

2011:1.5 sacks, 6.5 TFL

2012: 3 sacks, 13 TFL

Guess who these players are. Don't buy into hype machines, Short is easily the best UT in this class

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isnt he solid against the run despite being a ut?

I think so, his ability to spot the RB is impressive.

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he is an UT, we have alot more pressing needs than a UT.

Kuelchy was not a need..

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If he is there at 44 I may grab him

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Kuelchy was not a need..

LB was a need esp with the health of Davis.

On top of that, you cant even begin to compare Kuek's college numbers and Shorts. Completely diff class of players

With that said, I could live with Short in the 2nd. Would prefer Williams, Jenkins, Hunter, Hopkins, or Taylor though.

He is a solid UT

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I have seen some other clips on you tube where I am not impressed. However, I am not a good judge of DTs.

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