Discussion in 'Draft Zone' started by bbgun, Apr 29, 2006.
Looks like the guy they send when you don't pay your debt.
kind of looks like Tony Reali
over-rated. clap clap clap.
Quido sent me.:laugh2:
Looks lke Bavaro...............
Oh, you just know that snoot of his is just asking to get broken.
It means Luca Brasi sleeps with the fishes.
no no no u should know from the underarmor comercial they played 1000 times in the first round its click clack! :laugh2:
This compares him to Heath Miller...
From Draft Stock .com
A first team all-state selection at Verona High School (Verona, NJ), Fasano did not play as a true freshman for the Fighting Irish. As a sophomore, he started three games and played in every game. He started for much of his junior season and finished second on the team in receiving. He had his best season as a senior when he finished as one of three finalists for the John Mackey Award (college football's most outstanding tight end). Following the season, Fasano could have applied for an extra year of eligibility, but chose to enter the NFL Draft.
Back Spasms - Notre Dame (2003) - missed 1 game
Shoulder Sprain - Notre Dame (2004) - missed 1 game
STRENGTHS: Hands, Blocking, Route Running
HEATH MILLER, SteelersBoth players are nice-sized targets with a great feel for the passing game. Both have excellent hands and are also effective blockers. What both lack is super speed and athleticism.
Fasano has a good frame and build for the position. He is tall and has adequate bulk with room to add more. He is an excellent target in the short to intermediate area. He shows good ability to get off the line. He has good initial quickness and decent feet and shows good ability with his hands to gain advantages on his release. As a route runner, he shows the ability to find open areas. He is smart and instinctive and seems to understand coverages. He doesn't have great explosiveness out of his breaks, but he is precise and intelligent. Where he is lacking is deep speed. He won't stretch the field or run away from coverage down the middle. When the ball is in the air, he shows excellent hands. He can make tough grabs in traffic and also makes all the easy ones. Fasano shows good ability to use his size to his advantage against smaller defenders. After the catch though, he lacks the elite speed and athleticism to be a real threat, although he is a tough and strong runner. As a blocker, Fasano shows good technique, a good base and gets the job done. He does a good job of getting an initial pop and getting to the second level to take on other defenders. He also blocks hard and goes to the whistle. He could add a little more strength and bulk, but Fasano is one of the better blockers in this tight end class.
Fasano doesn't have the upside of some of the other tight ends in this class, but he is polished, solid and ready to step in and contribute. He should help someone immediately and his blocking separates him from a lot of other tight ends in this class. Fasano should go in the 2nd or 3rd Round.
Give any other school their own TV deal and see what mediocre players get rediculously hyped from there.
Wow you being negative about the boys ..... thats a shock
Next Eddie will be talking about how horrible we have been for 10 years ...... oh wait.
So much for being a backup as some claim.
Jaws said he was the best pick of the draft.
Sounds like jealousy to me.