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RaShede Hageman/DL/Minnesota

Discussion in 'Draft Zone' started by RS12, Oct 18, 2013.

  1. RS12

    RS12 Well-Known Member

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  2. unionjack8

    unionjack8 Well-Known Member

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    i been on him since the start of the year.
    He is just as explosive as Johnson from LSU but bigger. Could be a 1 tech or 3 tech in this scheme imo. Size and weight are irrelevant, athleticism is relevant. He is my #1 target for us in round 1.
  3. JeffInDC

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    He looks like a younger, MORE EXPLOSIVE version of the Jason Hatcher we are seeing this year. He is absolutely destroying Nebraska's OLine today.
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  4. unionjack8

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    i am watching that game too, flicking between that and the louisville game(although thats now out of hand).

    hageman is a beast. They are constantly doubleing him, even having 3 guys on him and he is still putting pressure on. I actually fear he's risding too high for us right now, imo he's the best DT i have seen this year
  5. RS12

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    Ra’Shede Hageman- The fastest rising defensive lineman with marginal production

    As I tweeted last week Hageman is rising up draft boards faster than any other senior defensive lineman. Scouts love his athleticism but his paltry stats are a concern. 24 tackles, 6.5 tackles for loss and 1 sack exemplify his pedestrian production this season. One interception, an additional 6 pass break-ups and 2 blocked kicks represent the natural athleticism which has scouts enamored. Saturday’s contest against Nebraska, on of the better scoring and rushing offenses in the Big Ten, is a measuring stick for Hageman and the Gophers. The Cornhuskers lost senior Spencer Long, considered the team’s best interior blocker, to a knee injury just a few weeks ago. Hageman now has the opportunity to exploit lesser talent from a big name program and prove he’s meshing his athletic ability into football skill. A big push in the final half of the season could secure Hageman a spot in the draft’s initial 25 selections.

  6. RS12

    RS12 Well-Known Member

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    8. Ra'Shede Hageman, Minnesota, DT: The biggest Freak in the Big Ten, Hageman is a 6-6, 312-pound converted tight end who can still do 360 dunks and vertical jump 36 inches. That athleticism causes all sorts of problems for offenses. This season, Hageman has 8.5 TFLs, blocked two blocked kicks and even picked off a pas
  7. supercowboy8

    supercowboy8 Well-Known Member

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    I agree and I dont think Johnson from LSU will be on our board. Same reasons why Montgomery wasn't last year.

    Haggerman and Tuitt are my to favs for DT in the 1st. But still alot of time left.
  8. CowboysYanksLakers

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    I'll take him or #97 Donald from Pitt....
  9. Displaced Cowboy

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    As a Penn State fan this was my first extended look at him today.

    Completely invisible, wouldn't have known a big time prospect was in the middle for Minnesota.

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