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nfl draft Carolina Panthers select G Edmund Kugbila


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People who think he's starting should get a grip, Hangartner may suck physically, but he has knowledge of the playbook and the terminology in our system. Hangartner will start again, and Cam ends up on IR.

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and Cam ends up on IR.

I hope you die and eat poo

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People who think he's starting should get a grip, Hangartner may suck physically, but he has knowledge of the playbook and the terminology in our system. Hangartner will start again, and Cam ends up on IR.

I think this kid is better than you think he is, but i'll be surprised if we don't sign a decent guard before the season.

Chill out with the extremes.

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I hope you die and eat poo

For telling the truth? If Cam doesn't get the protection he needs, he's going to end up on IR or injured for a long period of games. Are we going to act like Cam didn't almost break his ankle the last game of the year? Or that he came up limping many times during the season?

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Kugbilla=Josh Norman 2013 for the huddle.

You all are truly delusional if you expect him to play good as a rookie from D2.

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It would not surprise me if he is not on the team in 3 years.

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It would not surprise me if he is not on the team in 3 years.

Someone needs a nappy nap.

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People who think he's starting should get a grip, Hangartner may suck physically, but he has knowledge of the playbook and the terminology in our system. Hangartner will start again, and Cam ends up on IR.

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Something on Kugbila to note (per NFLDraftScout):

He was of course the only guy from Valdosta State drafted and there were 19 teams represented at that pro day. I feel a lot of teams were interested in him, including one with one of the most respected o-line coaches in the league...

New England Patriots offensive line coach Dante Scarnecchia put Kugbila through his pro day workout. Kugbila also had a workout with the Carolina Panthers. He has visits scheduled with the Chicago Bears and Kansas City Chiefs. Kugbila was born in Ghana and lived there until he was 10 years old. The last player drafted out of Valdosta State was linebacker Artie Ulmer, who was selected by the Minnesota Vikings in the seventh round of the 1997 NFL Draft. - Gil Brandt, NFL.com

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Something on Kugbila to note (per NFLDraftScout):

He was of course the only guy from Valdosta State drafted and there were 19 teams represented at that pro day. I feel a lot of teams were interested in him, including one with one of the most respected o-line coaches in the league...

19 teams at a pro day for one draftable player is pretty good indication he was on more teams' radars than the media ever picked up on. I'll say it again, this reminds me very much of a Patriots-type pick. They were probably shocked to find him gone before their late round picks came up, as they aren't used to teams valuing linemen like they do.

People tend to forget one of the reasons Brady has been so successful is because he typically operates behind one of the best lines in all of football.

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Kid was recruited by three major SEC schools - UGA, Florida and 'Bama, but didn't qualify due to academics. The football talent is there, or those schools wouldn't have paid any attention to him. We're not talking about him being looked at by local schools like GT, FIU, or The Citadel, and FWIW, Valdosta St. is one of (if not the top) D-II football program. I don't think he's going to step in like an All-Pro, but we draft players based on their football skills, not academia. The latter is the reason this kid didn't go to a prime-time D-I school and the former is the reason why he should be a solid pick.

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does anyone have a single video of the the guy? youube searches havnt been too fruitful

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19 teams at a pro day for one draftable player is pretty good indication he was on more teams' radars than the media ever picked up on. I'll say it again, this reminds me very much of a Patriots-type pick. They were probably shocked to find him gone before their late round picks came up, as they aren't used to teams valuing linemen like they do.

People tend to forget one of the reasons Brady has been so successful is because he typically operates behind one of the best lines in all of football.

The people that think this guy was going to be a UDFA are oblivious to the facts.

He is a good football player with imposing physical tools to exceed in the NFL

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