Discussion in 'Draft Zone' started by Risen Star, Jan 21, 2013.
Fluker weighs 350? Good god, I hope we stay far away.
36 3/8 inches on the arms I think that qualifies as freakish no one else over 36 inches
Tony Pauline ‏@TonyPauline
Larry Warford/Kentucky was dominant on 1-on-1. Once he got his hands on opponents game over.
yea, but at 350, I'd stay away unless I was gonna play him at guard and he was there in round 2
If Eric Fisher is there at 18 I seriously hope we take him. He's a really good OT prospect who could easily play LT but would thrive at RT for us. He and Smith could anchor the O-Line for the next 8 years. We could draft a G later or sign one in FA. Unfortunately, I think he'll go higher now that Matthews and Lewan are returning to school. San Diego and St. Louis both need O-Line help bad at picks 11 and 16.
He's going to rise up boards a bit too imo. I think he goes early 2nd. Maybe Philly at pick 36.
They have to know this is important. Showing up at that weight says not good things about him.
No surprise to me. Very little separates him from Warmack in terms of pure brute strength as a blocker.
I was hoping he'd slip through the cracks but he's getting a lot of love lately.
If he loses some weight for his pro day he should be fine.
Watching the line drills right now, two most impressive guys are Fisher and Datone Jones.
Yes, he's very good. I don't know that we'll be looking to draft a LB that high, though (2nd rd). Maybe so, depending on how FA goes.
Dallas Thomas is one I'm hoping will fall to us in Rd. 2. He's got a good frame to play RT, plus he has versatility playing OT and OG.
Marquise Goodwin will be a steal for someone in the late rounds.
I'd be shocked if Dallas Thomas was still around when we picked in round 2. He might even go late 1st, but I see him going early 2nd.
the point is that if he knows how important this is and comes in 20+ pounds heavier what does that say about his head?
Onterio McCalebb 5'10/164
Good luck in the NFL at that size.
Sorted by Arm Length (anything under 33" is very short for OT):
DJ Fluker 36 3/8
Lane Johnson 35
Eric Fisher 34
David Quessenberry 33 7/8
Xavier Nixon 33 3/4
Hugh Thornton 33 5/8
Ricky Wagner 33 1/2
Braxton Cave 33 1/4
Oday Aboushi 32 7/8
JC Trotter 32 1/4
Kyle Long 32 1/8
Dallas Thomas 32
Brian Winters 32
Larry Warford 31 7/8
Garrett Gilkey 31 3/4
Justin Pugh 31 1/2
Dalton Freeman 31
Brian Schwenke 30 7/8
Joe Madsen 29 1/8
They're very similar, IMO.