Discussion in 'Draft Zone' started by supercowboy8, Feb 25, 2012.
He had the fastest 40 of all the OL and a 1.76 10 yard split
it is a lot more important to be quick and agile then run fast even at 10 yards.
I am offiacially on the glenn bandwagon,this guy can play and he is freak athlete.
The drill they are doing now, he looked the best.
Are you watching him, he is fast and agile, and hejust killed the cone drill
He was also the fastest at 10 in group A. Was significantly faster then anybody from last years draft as well. If we are not careful, he's going to get drafted as a Tackle. He is impressive.
Yes, he looks like he is a forsure OG that could also play RT if needed
My wife said she thought Glenn looked a little slow in the mirror drill...like it took him longer to process the information to change directions. I thought that was a pretty astute observation...especially since she normally just comments on whether the guy has a cute butt.
Yes he can be a day one RT for sure
Looked fine to me
Decastro shined at the mirror drill; showed his hand placement and punch.
Meanwhile Glenn was sloppy and grabbing. Glenn is flashy but Decastro is the man
DeCastro is still my option at 14. Technician is really the best way to describe him. Plus he is just as strong #1 at the point of attack as anyone else. Glenn would be my 1A option though, and I dont think dropping down for him is going to be an option any more. Drafting 1 of these 2 seems like a WAAAYYY better option than breaking the bank on Nicks/Grubbs.
I didn't see any of that. I guess well see how they grade out but I though both guys looked good in the drill.
Gettis was faster, also looked like the most athletic, but he is 290 lbs.
billick said he ran a 4.9
Yeah Decastro looked perfect in that drill, he isn't the most athletic, but he is the best at thinking fast.
The other thing you consider is that if you look at Glenn, then the move for Free to RT is not as risky. You may be able to actually consider playing Glenn at RT and moving Free in to Guard. There is some flexability there if you think Glenn has the athletic ability to play RT.
Do not see Jerruh admitting he screwed the pooch on Free by allowing him to be moved to Guard; assuming of course that Free would be a good guard.
Isn't just athletic, Mayok said he does not have the feet to play T. I think that is fair, he is good at everything else though.
Jerry isn't the OL coach. We paid Callahan big money to come in and make these kinds of decisions. That's who will eventually evaluate these players and decide who the best 5 will be and at what positions they will play. I'm just saying that this is an advantage to taking Glenn.