There is little difference in the quality of lifting programs between college and pro.
What most of these laymen see as an NFL program getting guys stronger is really the fact that these guys are still young and growing and will be able to get stronger all through their 20s.
"...Rhule said they gauge players by athletic traits rather than numbers."
This is just more food for thought. It gives you a glimpse of the FO's mindset when drafting players. Mind you, they probably will never ignore the numbers, but they put them into context.
Rhule mentioned that word again: versatility.
Smith & Tremble out there making an impressive catches against air. I already told you that Shi is making this team, likely Tremble too...as a blocker and a catcher.
I mean they've no idea yet.
It's not like he's lined up across from Burns and been roasted. He's going through basic drills and undergoing the start of the offensive gameplan install.
They'll know what they have in August. And I'd take an elite G any day of the week if that's what he turns into.