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DaCityKats

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#3304948 If it came down to Peat or Perriman....

Posted by DaCityKats on Yesterday, 10:29 PM

most draft media guys had Perriman as a 1st rounder before the combine. Mayock did, and Kiper had him going to the 49ers at 15 in mid february. people who do research on the draft, been knew about Perriman. he is a late 1st-2nd round guy in my eyes. Brandt, Consell, Lance Z all like his ability to be a good WR, and think he should come off the board in the late 1st. 

 

 

 




#3304687 Jaelen Strong

Posted by DaCityKats on Yesterday, 06:26 PM

Do you like Strong?

 

sometimes. i do think he showed more of that 4.4 speed in 2013, compared to 2014. i would really like to know why they ran so many back shoulder throws, if he has 4.4 speed? 2013 they gave him more opportunities to go vertical.

 

watched all his games on draft breakdown, but didn't take any notes. will watch again so i can. 




#3304115 Ridley Nears Medical Clearance

Posted by DaCityKats on Yesterday, 09:09 AM

Ridley is a decent runner. more of a power back/ one cut guy but could be a cheap option at RB.




#3304080 Jaelen Strong

Posted by DaCityKats on Yesterday, 08:09 AM

I remember liking Jaelen while watching the USC game when he caught that hail mary TD at the end but other than a few highlights and the last 5 minutes of the 4th on Youtube I can't find much. Isn't there that site you can watch most college games on? Anyone remember the name of it?

Noonkick.com


#3300562 I am on Bre shad Perriman's bandwagon

Posted by DaCityKats on 26 March 2015 - 01:15 PM

Not to mention how many times he would have been all alone for several easy touchdowns if his QB had the arm to get it to him. Dude simply outran his quarterbacks arm. That doesn't happen with Cam. Cams arm and this dudes legs are a match made in heaven.

 

check out this throw. slant route, low and away. has nothing but green ahead of him, but because of the pass, he can only get a couple of YAC. should have been a huge play.

 

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#3300412 Breshad Perriman, WR UCF

Posted by DaCityKats on 26 March 2015 - 11:30 AM

It's better to put stuff Iike this in this forum imo where it's actually appreciated. I much rather just post in this forum, we got a solid group in here and we all just keep it actual football talk year round.

With that said, I love Perriman and he's been my favorite at 25 for some time now. He's smooth, explosive, strong and physical. I think he leap frogs Parker if the Vikes don't take Parker for Bridgewater

 

the main thread is very light on actual game play, and X&O's. that is odd considering this is a football message board.

most of those guys just want to banter back and forth, and the owner does as well. i wanted to do more breakdowns like this on prospects, especially ones the panthers have shown some interest in, but with the way this site has been lately, i think it would be a waste of time. 




#3299656 Breshad Perriman, WR UCF

Posted by DaCityKats on 25 March 2015 - 09:28 PM

all WRs come out needing help with route running. but here is something to make you think, this guy is not as bad at getting separation when running routes.

 

 

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Perriman is lined up at the top of the screen, on the outside, off the ball. NC State appears to be in a 2 high safety, man coverage underneath by the Cornerbacks. judging from where the CB is lined up on Perriman, it seems this is man coverage with him taking away the inside routes.

 

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coming off the ball, Perriman knows he has to beat the CB to the inside for his route. he stems his route with a quick release outside, to make the CB open up his hips as though he is running a more vertical route. the CB slow plays him, but does open up when Perriman gets into his small cushion.

 

 

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Perriman now has the CB behind him, and the only way he can make a play on the ball, is by running through Perriman. being 6'2 215, there is no way in hell that CB is going to be able to do this. Perriman does make himself available for the pass, and catches it for a 1st down.would like him to ****** the ball out the air with his hands, but Michael Irvin talks about protecting yourself when you are a WR, when going across the middle. his dad played with Irvin, so he was probably taught the same thing.

 

will place this in here as well.




#3299630 I am on Bre shad Perriman's bandwagon

Posted by DaCityKats on 25 March 2015 - 09:04 PM

all WRs come out needing help with route running. but here is something to make you think, this guy is not as bad at getting separation when running routes.

 

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Perriman is lined up at the top of the screen, on the outside, off the ball. NC State appears to be in a 2 high safety, man coverage underneath by the Cornerbacks. judging from where the CB is lined up on Perriman, it seems this is man coverage with him taking away the inside routes.

 

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coming off the ball, Perriman knows he has to beat the CB to the inside for his route. he stems his route with a quick release outside, to make the CB open up his hips as though he is running a more vertical route. the CB slow plays him, but does open up when Perriman gets into his small cushion.

 

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Perriman now has the CB behind him, and the only way he can make a play on the ball, is by running through Perriman. being 6'2 215, there is no way in hell that CB is going to be able to do this. Perriman does make himself available for the pass, and catches it for a 1st down.would like him to ****** the ball out the air with his hands, but Michael Irvin talks about protecting yourself when you are a WR, when going across the middle. his dad played with Irvin, so he was probably taught the same thing.




#3299583 I am on Bre shad Perriman's bandwagon

Posted by DaCityKats on 25 March 2015 - 08:34 PM

Well, I dare say that it needs its own thread. Unless someone surprises us, he will likely be in play when we go on the clock. Moreover, his pro day may have implications for us as far as other receivers, like Jaelen Strong, being in play even if Perriman isn't.

 

  http://www.carolinah...erriman-wr-ucf/




#3298729 Breshad Perriman, WR UCF

Posted by DaCityKats on 25 March 2015 - 02:20 PM

 

 

explodes off the LOS, and eats cushions up with ease. has quick feet, to help when releasing off the LOS, and  will blow the top off a defense. forces coverage towards his way with deep speed. can also win running the short and intermediate routes, and shows decent YAC ability once catching the ball. has improved every season stat wise, while also becoming a better route runner. sinks his hips when running routes, and can maintain good speed put of his breaks. will gain separation with speed, and body.

 

 

Told y'all. i said it some where else, he looks like a poor man's Julio Jones.




#3297864 My breakdown of the top OT prospects

Posted by DaCityKats on 24 March 2015 - 06:15 PM

there are game cut ups on most of those guys on draftbreakdown.com




#3296973 Panthers interested in Landon Collins

Posted by DaCityKats on 24 March 2015 - 07:55 AM

i do not understand why some of y'all believe he is a liability in coverage. he is not. 

 

another Bama prospect that has been playing good ball lately was Dre Kirkpatrick, CB, for the bengals. came on towards the end of the last season.




#3296574 Prospect Meetings By Position. 2015 Edition.

Posted by DaCityKats on 23 March 2015 - 08:53 PM

 

 

Johnson met with 22 teams at last month’s scouting combine, including a quick meeting with the Panthers, who have Jonathan Stewart and Fozzy Whittaker under contract for next season. He and his representation won’t begin visiting teams until after Miami’s April 1 pro day.

 

http://www.charlotte...le16119725.html


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#3296443 Mr. Richardson did flex muscles regarding Hardy

Posted by DaCityKats on 23 March 2015 - 07:50 PM

Why the fug should the seahawks sweat not signing Hardy??

 

sounds like the seahawks just got out bided. 




#3296425 Prospect Meetings By Position. 2015 Edition.

Posted by DaCityKats on 23 March 2015 - 07:37 PM

a lot of research is being done on the top ranked CBs.