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Nice read, thanks for a football thread. 

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3 hours ago, Popsickle said:

Nice read, thanks for a football thread. 



I think we should look into these players we signed and know little about---thanks--

I saw this guy interviewed and you have to like him.  He is an athlete---not invited to the combine--the kind of player that Rhule scoops up and wins with ---pulling for him.

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14 hours ago, MHS831 said:


This guy started every game at Ole Miss for 4 years--has incredible strength and measureables, ran a 4.52 etc. One of The Golden Calf of Bristol's "Freak of the Week" players. 

Called a "Swiss Army Knife" (common theme this season).   Can play CB and S.   I think he could make the PS, but there is room on the roster for him at CB if he balls out.  (CB--Jackson, Apple, Pride are locks, but Cole and Corn are not scaring folks.  I like Thomas Oliver III as well.  He has a shot.  Heard it here first.


My brother-in-law is a chiropractor in Columbus, OH where he has season tickets and knows more about OSU football than anything else.  He said this about Apple:  A lot of his issues were playing in NY.  He had high expectations but was a bit immature--a good kid.  His mom was some sort of talk show celebrity or something, and she lashed out at his critics. So they had two Eli's with head issues, I suppose. He said it was tough to be Apple in the Big Apple--fans were brutal.  He had to leave.  Not sure he recovered, and another high pressure situation was not helpful.  In Carolina, he will get a chance to have a chance-that could be a good thing for him.

So I asked him about Brandon Bowen, OT/G from Ohio State--undrafted rookie free agent.  Immediately he talked about the injury, so he is a mystery.  Never a liability and he gives you 100%--if he had not been injured, he would have been drafted. He said that he is not going to impress you at any one thing, but he has no glaring weaknesses.  He said that he is a good potential NFL backup who could make a roster and compete for a job. 

That is all that I have.  Just thought something new--not exciting---new---would help.

Well we did well with Norwell and he became a beast for us.  Bowen would be awesome if lightning struck twice.

The key to any offseason is how you build your depth. Free Agency you are adding starters and depth, The draft you should have starters in round 1 and 2 with 3 and 4 potential starters and 5 thru 7 backups.  The UDFAs should be hungry athletic players  Hartsfield is an athlete and is what Rhule is using to fill the depth on this team.  If he can make the team or PS.  He might have a chance to stick around.  Maybe Slot Corner.

They guy is a beast.  Wow 540

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