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He looked quick on that 36 yard TD he had tonight. But in the few cut ups I've seen of him, he seems to have questionable hands. Small sample size though, may have only been those few game cut ups I had seen.

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Finally found cut ups of Greg Robinson (OT, Auburn) against 'Bama, can really see why scouts love him.  Physical at the POA and just moves people off the ball, thats his LoS and by god he'll do whatever he wants with it.  Adept at down blocking and continues to push people out of the way, one thing he'll need to work on is engaging at the 2nd level, often would get there then just stop and look around a bit.  Biggest concern is his pass blocking, not asked to do a lot of it since Auburn just runs, runs, runs, and runs some more.  Gets top heavy and doesn't set his base to properly engage pass rushers.  Lots to love, but if the Panthers end up drafting him Matsko has work to do.

 

he has a good match up this weekend vs a decent Mizzoui DL. will be glued in.

 

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He looked quick on that 36 yard TD he had tonight. But in the few cut ups I've seen of him, he seems to have questionable hands. Small sample size though, may have only been those few game cut ups I had seen.

 

his hands are actually pretty good. he just slipped on a route, and allowed an INT but he has made some spectacular catches while in Louisville. that catch vs Florida in sugar bowl last year for a TD was huge, and the one vs kentucky this year was great. another huge body that attacks the ball in the air.

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We could still use a number one type corner with some speed and man cover skills. Depending on free agency and who's bpa, corner may an option in round one.

Late first cornerbacks: Darqueze Dennard, Michigan State, my first choice

Ifo Ekpre-Olomu, Oregon

Kyle Fuller, Virginia Tech

Marcus Roberson, Florida

Bradley Roby, Ohio State

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I agree with on U on Dennard. I would love to have him in Carolina his physical play & ability to play the run well would be perfect. Gettleman loves DE so don't be surprised in the 2nd or 3rd we take Kareem Martin who to me is 1st round talent

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Greg Robinson OT from Auburn is out there mauling people, getting to the second level and making some huge blocks.he can seal, reach, down block,kick out, even go kick out a CB on a screen. really like his game and he fits the mold of OL we should be targeting. pass blocking seems to be decent as well.he is a monster.

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WRs come in all sizes with different attributes. I would like to see how Cam would be with a big target like Mike Evans, WR Texas A&M. that will go up and get it in tight coverage

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Greg Robinson OT from Auburn is out there mauling people, getting to the second level and making some huge blocks.he can seal, reach, down block,kick out, even go kick out a CB on a screen. really like his game and he fits the mold of OL we should be targeting. pass blocking seems to be decent as well.he is a monster.

 

Yup, the only thing is that his play is now elevating him into, likely, the top 3 OTs in the class.  But if that pushes someone like Kouandjio or Ogbuhei down to us I won't complain to much.  Hell even a La'el Collins would be fine with me.

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Yup, the only thing is that his play is now elevating him into, likely, the top 3 OTs in the class.  But if that pushes someone like Kouandjio or Ogbuhei down to us I won't complain to much.  Hell even a La'el Collins would be fine with me.

 

i agree, i know some say Collins will be a OG in the league because of how fluid he moves, but he has played LT at a high level in the SEC. he has the athleticism to stay at LT in my eyes. they also said the same thing about Cordy Glenn, and now he is a stable at LT for the Bills.

 

another guy who is a nasty mauler type is Brandon Scherff LT from Iowa. Iowa is known for producing OL and he will be the next in line if he declares.

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If FSU and OSU meet in the BCS Championship and Benjamin has a big day against Roby, he may be gone by our pick. I know Roby's stock has dropped a bit, but it'd definitely raise Benjamin's.

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i agree, i know some say Collins will be a OG in the league because of how fluid he moves, but he has played LT at a high level in the SEC. he has the athleticism to stay at LT in my eyes. they also said the same thing about Cordy Glenn, and now he is a stable at LT for the Bills.

 

another guy who is a nasty mauler type is Brandon Scherff LT from Iowa. Iowa is known for producing OL and he will be the next in line if he declares.

 

I've started seeing Scherffs name pop up, nasty in the run game, pass pro isn't bad, but isn't the greatest, susceptible to speed rush and swim moves, but hes one of those technicians that can be coached up some more to fix his habits.  I'm gonna try and watch Iowa's bowl game for him and see more of Fiedorowicz.

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