Vic Carucci's top Five safeties...

Discussion in 'Draft Zone' started by HardHittingRoy31, Mar 30, 2007.

  1. HardHittingRoy31

    HardHittingRoy31 New Member

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    1. LaRon Landry, LSU
    Positives: Size (6-foot-plus, 213 pounds), speed, and athleticism. ... Excellent instincts. ... Able to cover tight ends one-on-one. ... Hard hitter. ... Shows superb anticipation and isn't easily fooled by play fakes or misdirection plays. ... Toughness. ... Competitiveness.
    Negatives: Very few, although he will sometimes get too carried away with launching himself at an opponent and fail to make contact.
    2. Reggie Nelson, Florida (Underclassman)
    Positives: Size (5-11-plus, 198 pounds), speed, and athleticism. ... Can cover tight ends and slot receivers one-on-one. ... Hard hitter. ... Plays with aggressiveness, especially in run support. ... Shows excellent discipline; doesn't bite on play fakes. ... Does a nice job of reading the quarterback. ... Outstanding hands and often comes up with the tough interception.
    Negatives: Not many, although he occasionally gets a bit too aggressive when attacking the line of scrimmage against the run.
    3. Michael Griffin, Texas
    Positives: Size (5-11-plus, 201 pounds), strength, speed, and athleticism ... Excels in man-to-man coverage ... Tremendously hard hitter ... Able to hold up well against larger blockers at the line of scrimmage ... Toughness ... Competitiveness.
    Negatives: Needs to develop better instincts to avoid being caught out of position ... Could stand to improve his tackling skills.
    4. Brandon Meriweather, Miami (Fla.)
    Positives: Speed, athleticism. ... Able to cover receivers man-to-man. ... Tremendous instincts. ... Avoids biting on play fakes. ... Excellent hands; can make difficult interceptions. ... Plays with aggressiveness and does a nice job of attacking the line in run support.
    Negatives: Doesn't have a great deal of bulk or strength, which limits the impact of his hits and can make him vulnerable against larger ball-carriers. ... Character questions.
    5. Aaron Rouse, Virginia Tech
    Positives: Size (6-4, 223 pounds), speed, and athleticism. ... Outstanding instincts. ... Avoids being fooled by play fakes. ... Reads quarterbacks well. ... Superb hands. ... Uses height to his advantage in out-jumping receivers and knocking down passes. ...
    Negatives: Sometimes his long legs cause him to take a misstep and he finds himself at a disadvantage in coverage.
  2. CrazyCowboy

    CrazyCowboy Well-Known Member

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    I would take this guy in the 3rd rd.....he can play Zoners
  3. zrinkill

    zrinkill Diamond surrounded by trash

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    He sounds like Watkins.
  4. HardHittingRoy31

    HardHittingRoy31 New Member

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    Rouse is a SS not FS.
  5. RealCowboyfan

    RealCowboyfan Championship

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    he would be a good back-up for Roy Williams.

    EMMITTnROY Well-Known Member

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    we already have two good back-ups for Roy.. Davis and Elam..
  7. MichaelWinicki

    MichaelWinicki "You want some?" Staff Member

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    We aren't selecting a safety on the first day--
  8. lostinomiya

    lostinomiya Member

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    i hope that watkins or hamlin work out but the BPA philosophy which makes sense in an immediate but impractical sense seems to be the prevailing if nelson is there......

    ABQCOWBOY Moderator Staff Member

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    Weddle is my guy for FS fellas. I know your all tired of hearing me drag on about him but I just love the way this guy plays football.
  10. tomson75

    tomson75 Brain Dead Shill

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    I love it when people need to "develop instincts."

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