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Maine's Personal Scouting Report on Star Lotulelei

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I'm curious if he can keep gaining mass and strength while stayin so quick.

Dude might make an impact even as a rook

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Mobile quarterback able to escape his pressure in the backfield.

 

 

 

Hopefully the NFC south QBs are all but mobile, they will rather die in their trench.

 

 

Good work by the way.

 

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If you removed the name Star and replaced it with Kris Jenkins it would still be the same.  Both are explosive off the ball almost to a fault.  Lots of offsides penalties, but a lot of splash plays in the back field to make up for it.  The good part is I dont think Star will try to eat his way out of the league.  Good write up and I agree, Star is gonna be a good ball player for a while.

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Great post do 1 for Short his tape is pretty good as well.

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If you removed the name Star and replaced it with Kris Jenkins it would still be the same.  Both are explosive off the ball almost to a fault.  Lots of offsides penalties, but a lot of splash plays in the back field to make up for it.  The good part is I dont think Star will try to eat his way out of the league.  Good write up and I agree, Star is gonna be a good ball player for a while.

 

agreed. i think star is a lot more disciplined than jenks was.

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personality wise Star is no where close to Jenkins 

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Can't wait to see Star vs Unger week1. Gonna be badd!

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personality wise Star is no where close to Jenkins

Exactly. We all love Jenkins around here but that man had issues. He could've been the best DT in the NFL for years and a HOF'er but depression truly tore him apart.

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