Discussion in 'Fan Zone' started by BrAinPaiNt, Apr 29, 2022.
Meh, me no like Prisco.
So did Lamb as a rookie.
Rusty has spoken!!
Make it so, Jerry
I like the tolbert pick. The guy is very well rounded. Can come in and contribute right away. Im gonna say pick 4 is gonna be a TE
Both need to add bulk
I like him too, but not so much for your reasons you mentioned, "IMO" I think he lacks in both of those areas you mentioned just a bit, I like his size and ability to go up after the ball, I think he gives us more points in the red zone for that alone.
Nice write up on Tolbert…..
Silky smooth athlete who has morphed into a monster over the last two seasons. Tolbert is a high-character prospect with skill elements that are dripping with NFL potential. He gave work to everyone he faced, including SEC cover corners at Tennessee. His three-sport background offers unique perspective to pull from at his position, and his route-running gives him a leg up in camp battles early on. His traits, talent and production should push him up the board, and dialing up th
Light in the pants as Barry Switzer would say
They did? That's mah team! Only the 2nd in franchise history. Gotta look it up.
Spot on good work
I would KILL to have their front office....just a fantasy that'll never come true but yeah, they get it.
This guy got #'s 2 & 3 right, but in reverse order
1(24): Zion Johnson, IOL, Boston College
2(56): Jalen Tolbert, WR, South Alabama
3(88): Sam Williams, Edge, Ole Miss
4(129): Cade Otton, TE, Washington
5(155): Spencer Burford, OL, UTSA
5(167): Esezi Otomewo, Edge, Minnesota
5(176): Tyquan Thornton, WR, Baylor
5(178): Dane Belton, DS, Missouri
6(193): Logan Bruss, IOL, Wisconsin
Sounds like a first rounder to me!!!!!
Helps having a quality front office instead of nepotism south.
Have to like that write up.
Why are teams passing on Winfrey for DTs farther down the board?
Remember he played small school ball. If his tape was in the SEC he would have been a first.