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Discussion in 'Draft Zone' started by InmanRoshi, Apr 24, 2012.

  1. InmanRoshi

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    2. MICHAEL BROCKERS Louisiana State 6-5 319 5.27 1

    He doesn't rush the passer nearly as well as Cox but is a far more effective run stopper. "He's a monster against the run," one scout said. "Throws guys around." Redshirted in 2009, played off the bench in '10 and started in '11 before declaring two years early. "Next year he is easily a top-10 pick," another scout said. "If you get him 10 to 20 now you're going to be doing A-OK. He can play the run today. Difficult to move. Tremendous hand placement. He may not be factor as a rusher with the exception of pushing the pocket and getting his hands up, which is valuable." Has long arms (35) but, somewhat strangely, small hands (9 1/8). "You're hoping you're getting the old days when John Henderson, Albert Haynesworth and Marcus Stroud were in their prime," a third scout said. “That’s what you hope you’re drafting.” Finished with 79 tackles (11 for loss) and two sacks. Finished with 79 tackles (11 for loss) and two sacks. Hails from Houston.
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    Unless he somehow found this amazing gift of athletic ability dropped off on his door step, I don't see how anyone takes that poor of an athlete with a Top 10 pick in any year.

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