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McShay 2 Round Mock

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Somehow I don't think we draft Richardson. Just a hunch.

Would love Hunter in the 2nd.

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Sheldon Richardson is very underrated. Dude is a straight up best and fast as poo for a DT. Fast as a line backer if not faster

Partially correct, he is a great athlete, but failed to run a sub 5 40 and his split was good. Good athlete yes, elite athlete, hell no. All of his ability is a wonderful thing but his production 4 sacks, 10.5 TFL does not warrant the 14th pick for a guy who gets run over in the run game

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Don't want Richardson. Sorry, but he screams bust. He looks like he's on roller skates when you run at him.

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Partially correct, he is a great athlete, but failed to run a sub 5 40 and his split was good. Good athlete yes, elite athlete, hell no. All of his ability is a wonderful thing but his production 4 sacks, 10.5 TFL does not warrant the 14th pick for a guy who gets run over in the run game

For some reason I see Sheldon Richardson as the same type of player that Terrell McLain was for us.

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you left out that he had 75 tackles. you may not like him but that's damn impressive.

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Don't want Richardson. Sorry, but he screams bust. He looks like he's on roller skates when you run at him.

Like my post above, he is a Terrell McLain clone.

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Like my post above, he is a Terrell McLain clone.

Yep. Drafting a bust in the 3rd stings a little, but drafting a bust at #14 sucks complete ass.

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Partially correct, he is a great athlete, but failed to run a sub 5 40 and his split was good. Good athlete yes, elite athlete, hell no. All of his ability is a wonderful thing but his production 4 sacks, 10.5 TFL does not warrant the 14th pick for a guy who gets run over in the run game

He also had 75 tackles leading his team which is unheard of for a DT. Plus got to the backfield constantly against the best Olines in the the country. If they kept QB pressures as a stat in college like they do in the pro's he would lead all DT in that.

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