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DaCityKats

2014 NFL draft prospects

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Although he isn't a slot-in a play player, like almost all college players, his coverage skills, regardless of scheme, are still very good.

 

he will need to work on his off mans skills, but he does look pretty good in coverage.

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The Stanford-UCLA game, features plenty of talent, but both teams have interior OL talent as well, David Yankey for the Cardinal, Xavier Sua-Fila and Kevin Danser for the Bruins.

 

Yankey looked really well in that game. he has experience at OT too, but i think most project him to stay inside at OG.

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Yankey is the second best OG prospect in my opinion, behind Gabe Jackson. Both should be there when we pick in the 2nd but likely gone by the third. Sua-Fio has some very good aspects to his game but his fundamentals need work, especially his footwork.

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Yankey is the second best OG prospect in my opinion, behind Gabe Jackson. Both should be there when we pick in the 2nd but likely gone by the third. Sua-Fio has some very good aspects to his game but his fundamentals need work, especially his footwork.

 

he spent some time away doing a mission, so that probably hurt his development some.

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Yeah, I heard about that. It's a shame because if his fundamentals were better then he would be my no2 prospect over Yankey, Jackson is just a physical freak.

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week 8 standouts

 

Rashad Greene, WR FSU.

Mike Evans, WR Texas A&M

Eric Ebron, TE UNC

Jameis Winston, QB FSU

Michael Sam, DE/ OLB Mizzou

LaMarcus Joyner, CB FSU

Jadeveon Clowney, DE South Carolina

Jace Amaro, TE Texas Tech

Jeremy Gallon, WR Michigan

Jarvis Landry, WR LSU

Tre Boston, S UNC

David Yankey, OG Stanford

 

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Can anybody who watched the Tenn-Sc game tell me how Je'Wuan James performed against Clowney

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According to CBS, Clowney played against Richardson and dominated him.  

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Apparently he moved over to the right later in the game to face James, that's the bit I was wondering about.

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