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57 minutes ago, dneveu said:

 

He's a veteran who has played tackle in the NFL.  I cant imagine he's worse than bobby hart, and the other guy doyle is a complete unknown.

 

I'm not looking for all-pro backups, but I like options.  Guard i feel like we're running it back with Ford and Boettger.  Didn't really bring in much there.  

Beane just can’t give up on a 2nd round pick, despite the guy getting worse every year. 

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26 minutes ago, RocCityRoller said:

I like the Wydermyer pick up a lot.

 

Can see him making the 53

 


Yeah this guy could make the team for sure, I feel like he unfairly fell in the rankings because of a horrendous forty time, over 5 seconds. But he looks pretty fast and athletic on tape and apparently was sick when he ran that time. 

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19 minutes ago, Georgie said:

Im wondering about a 4th QB

Dorsey is 4 years (less one day) younger than Brady and won a national title at Miami, where he was 38-2 as the starter, suspect he still has enough skill to show the guys how it should be done.

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2 hours ago, CapeBreton said:


Yeah this guy could make the team for sure, I feel like he unfairly fell in the rankings because of a horrendous forty time, over 5 seconds. But he looks pretty fast and athletic on tape and apparently was sick when he ran that time. 

 

Prior to the combine, a lot of rankings were going back and forth between him and McBride as the #1 TE in the draft. 

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7 hours ago, clayboy54 said:

More so than any other unit on a football team, OL is dependent on blocking scheme and how the five work together, passing off blocks, identifying rushers and picking up stunts. I'm not a Bobby Johnson fan and believe that his schemes played directly into the weaknesses of our linemen. Sure he changed it up at the end of 2021 and the line was all-around better.

 

This is the classic example of a coach thinking his scheme is more important than putting his players in the best position to succeed.

 

Kromer has proven here and elsewhere that he can get the most out of his OL by adjusting scheme to their strengths. If you, like I, believe that we have a handful of NFL-caliber OL players on the team then Kromer will get the most out of his men. He will find the best starting 5 and may surprise us with his selections. No matter, he will have the unit playing together with a common focus and playing to their strengths. You will see communication improve across the front and you will see less missed assignments.

 

Fans typically grade players on an individual basis. This is not the way to grade OL play, ever. A Pro Bowl guard as an example, might look like a chump on a line where guys don't understand and communicate their assignments. Guys like Morse, Saffold and Dawkins can be so helpful to Kromer in finding ways to put the best 5 on the field and using them to their strengths. This in-turn will build a bond to help the young guys like Brown and Bates think and move as a unit and not as individuals.

 

When a line thinks and moves together as a unit both before and after the snap, then the sum of the parts is much greater than the individuals.

 

We don't "need" better players. We need a more cohesive unit. I really believe that Kromer is the man who can make that happen. Bobby Johnson just destroyed any cohesiveness that our OL could have ever had by asking guys to dance to a different drummer than they were comfortable with. If Kromer need another piece, I have no doubt he will ask Beane to get it for him.

 

This is exactly where I am at. I was not a fan of Bobby Johnson and thought he was one of the weakest hires under McDermott. I think there will be a big difference in Oline play this year simply because of Kromer. While I am one who believes there should be more investment in the Oline, I also believe we currently have the players to be in the upper third of the NFL.  I am truly looking forward to seeing what Kromer does with this unit.

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21 hours ago, YoloinOhio said:

 


Never heard of this guy and trying to dig. So he goes to Mizzou and redshirts. Decides to transfer and starts 52 games at NW Missouri. So this isn’t your typical small school guy in that he was at an SEC school and projected to handle those guys. With his size I am guessing they see him at guard or center. Very similar measurables to Bates and Morse, both super athletic left tackles who kicked inside in the NFL. Dude is very interesting at least on paper. 

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3 hours ago, CapeBreton said:


Yeah this guy could make the team for sure, I feel like he unfairly fell in the rankings because of a horrendous forty time, over 5 seconds. But he looks pretty fast and athletic on tape and apparently was sick when he ran that time. 

 

Yeah, I saw he had a 5.00+ 40, but he seems to play much faster. I hope he shows enough speed to get open in training camp and preseason

 

3 hours ago, H2o said:

This guy could be our new Lee Smith. Even wears #85. 

 

Wydermer has much nicer hands IMO.

But he does have blocking TE size at 6'4 255.

 

Highlights from 2019-2020 season. Most catches were nice hands catches. Grabs that ball right out of the air.

 

 

 @1:20 is that Ozzie Ozbourne or Michael Jackson? 🤣

 

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NFLdraftbuzz.com. if I remember correctly had him position ranked as the no. 2 TE in the draft behind Trey McBride.....for real.

This guy is gonna be a killer TE. If Howard gets hurt again, I don't think we'll miss a beat. Keep an eye on him this summer.

McBeane scored on this one.

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2 minutes ago, nosejob said:

NFLdraftbuzz.com. if I remember correctly had him position ranked as the no. 2 TE in the draft behind Trey McBride.....for real.

This guy is gonna be a killer TE. If Howard gets hurt again, I don't think we'll miss a beat. Keep an eye on him this summer.

McBeane scored on this one.

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Trey McBride from Colorado State TE 2021 Scouting Report

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All Scouts Average Overall Rank 51.8

All Scouts Average Position Rank 1

Height Feet 6-4

Weight Lbs 249lbs

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Jalen Wydermyer from Texas A&M TE 2021 Scouting Report

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All Scouts Average Overall Rank 115

All Scouts Average Position Rank 7

Height Feet 6-5

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Jeremy Ruckert from Ohio State TE 2021 Scouting Report

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