Discussion in 'Draft Zone' started by RS12, Apr 2, 2014.
His stock has certainly plumeted.
NO thanks... Either one of the kids from UCLA or LSU.
Does not sound like a fit in the ZBS at all.
Or was artificially inflated to begin with due to the program he comes from.
If he is there in round 3 i am all over it but i think he goes round 2 for sure
no, in rd 3 i take brandon thomas, bitonio, or turner before him
How bad could his feet be? Didn't he play LT at an All-American level in 2012? I'll have to go back and look at his tape now
Interesting, this guy is no 1 on Mayocks board.
to be fair, they kind of said the same thing about Frederick.
It plummeted after he ran a slow forty.
I think he has similarities to Frederick who also fell in media ranking after a slow forty.
Hate the fascination with pro days and 40 times.
Brandon thomas und 2
I think thomas goes in round two
I see turner as a rt long term.
Sturm loved him as long as you are just going to put him at G and not expect him to ever pull. If you could get him in the third would be a huge steal. To me, this is the kind of guy you hope to get if you move down in the first and pick up an extra pick.
I've watched some Yankey and I see what Jeremiah is saying a little, but honestly I liked what I saw. He seemed quick to fire off the ball, good balance, looked like he did his job. He was slow, and looked to have a hitch in his step (didn't look smooth) when pulling, though.
I prefer Brandon Thomas. I watched his game v. Ohio State, and he really plays physically and can create push in the running game. That guy is going to be a high caliber starter at OG for someone. Really wouldn't mind him at #47, if he makes it there.
Yanky is not getting through 3 rounds. Good grief.
I'd be shocked if he got through 2
Yeah him and Richardson, don't care for them.
I'd love for people to tell me what they watched that Yankey isn't that good. Just rewatched him and I'd still rank him as the 3rd best G behind Sua-Filo and Brandon Thomas (4th if Martin is a G only). I'd still grab him in the 2nd without hesitation.