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Edmund Kugbila

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http://www.cbssports.com/nfl/draft/players/1888820/edmund-kugbila

WEAKNESSES: Disproportioned frame with some bad weight on his body (NFL Strength and Conditioning program). ... will overextend and get caught lunging. (Coaching)... streaky upper and lower body technique.(Coaching) ... bad habit of stopping his feet, struggling to reset. (Coaching)... allows blockers into his chest and needs to consistently keep rushers at bay and show same effort on each play. (Coaching/Attitude)... needs to improve his patience, vision and eye discipline.(Coaching/Attitude) ... too passive at times, needs to develop a more nasty temperament. (Attitude)... lacks ideal experience against top competition.(Give him time)


It's been easy to forget this guy, as everyone said he was drafted too high and then he got hurt before doing much.  But DG showed a pretty good eye for linemen on the defensive side of the ball, and this guy's biggest problems seem to be fixable.

Think the answer is already on the roster?

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in gettlemen I trust, but carolina will need like 4 more linemen in the offseason. so only part of the answer is on the roster.

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I'd like to see what he can do if he can stay healthy.

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I wouldn't credit drafting Star Freaking Lotulelei to Gettleman's "good eye." Not like he went out on a limb and took a chance on drafting a top 3 pick at 14.

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I hope by draft time they can determine with somewhat accuracy what his trajectory is going to be. If he can be rotational player it would be like having an extra pick.

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He might be the answer for replacing Nate chandler but we need Bell on the bench

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I wouldn't credit drafting Star Freaking Lotulelei to Gettleman's "good eye." Not like he went out on a limb and took a chance on drafting a top 3 pick at 14.

True. And a lot of people and a round 1 grade on KK.

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He will essentially still be a rookie next year. Not expecting much.

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I wouldn't credit drafting Star Freaking Lotulelei to Gettleman's "good eye." Not like he went out on a limb and took a chance on drafting a top 3 pick at 14.

 

he did take a risk, star didnt drop to 14 for nothing.  gettlemen bet the bank that star was fine and there was nothing wrong with his heart. he guessed right. he also thought short was a first round pick and what do you know, both star and short made the all rookie team.

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I still don't know what his injury was.

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As long as he's been working hard while sidelined and will work hard to return I'm fine. He's under a coaching staff that made Nate Chandler a viable right guard as a DT turned OT.

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