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Round 3(a) - Carolina Panthers Select BYU OT Brady Christensen


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1 hour ago, davos said:

That's my thought.  He's undersized and should slide ahead of Daley at LG.   My question is if we're seriously looking at either Trent Scott or Erving at LT.  And I assume we'll see how Brady C. looks there.

Still have some draft to go as well but LT still seems like an evolving situation.  We have the talent on the squad for a starting RG (Miler) and LG (Daley/Christensen/Eiflen).  Just thought we'd look at some of the guys in the 2nd like Radunz, Jenkins, or Eichenberg; but honestly, they're all kind of undersized for LT this year.

Seems like we really are treating Erving as this "slide him where we didn't land a guy" flex lineman.

I also wouldn't rule out Okung coming back.

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1 hour ago, Agent Blue said:

Why is his RAS sheet saying 33 inch arms and every hit on google search saying 32 inch arms?!?!?

Everyone brags they are 2 inches longer than they actually are dude.

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I watched a lot of his tape last night--he catches instead of attacks a lot.  Maybe they can fix it.  He needs to start within a year, and we all know that would give him 6-7 years as an effective OL.  Yes, moving inside is possible.  I still hope we draft Forsythe, Hudson, or maybe even Smith from ECU.  Ball is another idea.  Doyle for Mof Ohio--we still have options.

Christensen is not going to be a world beater, but I am not confident that LT is fixed. 

 

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5 minutes ago, Jon Snow said:

Everyone brags they are 2 inches longer than they actually are dude.

it should be measured if you are putting it on some official sheet with measurements and stats.

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4 minutes ago, MHS831 said:

I watched a lot of his tape last night--he catches instead of attacks a lot.  Maybe they can fix it.  He needs to start within a year, and we all know that would give him 6-7 years as an effective OL.  Yes, moving inside is possible.  I still hope we draft Forsythe, Hudson, or maybe even Smith from ECU.  Ball is another idea.  Doyle for Mof Ohio--we still have options.

Christensen is not going to be a world beater, but I am not confident that LT is fixed. 

 

Hudson is unathletic AF if i remember correctly.

Doyle or Forsythe would be the best options.

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1 minute ago, Agent Blue said:

it should be measured if you are putting it on some official sheet with measurements and stats.

Good luck finding someone to officially measure them.

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I saw Brady play in HS.  A rare athlete who excelled in Baseball, Basketball, and Football. I saw him steal a ball in HS, beat gaurds down the floor and dunk it so hard the basket shook for 30 seconds.  He is an athlete, who can protect Sam.  Great work ethic, team first, kind of man. He will love Charlotte, and they will love him. He is a first team All-American and a steal in the third round. 

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2 hours ago, hepcat said:

I also wouldn't rule out Okung coming back.

The issue with Okung is how many game we would get out of him if we do bring him back.  When he's on the field, he's fine.  But he has played 13 games over the last two seasons.  Unfortunately, he forces us to have depth whether we want it or not.

And for whatever reason, this team does not seem to want depth at LT.  I sometimes wonder if their solution is to just not have a LT.

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