Discussion in 'Draft Zone' started by Furboy, Jan 13, 2020.
That chap looks fantastic tonight! I'd imagine we could use him at TE. What year is he?
He's a Junior from what I understand who is expected to be a day three pick.
Lol he has 36 yards...2 TDs making it 3TDs on the year...he basically did 0 all year and is a soph I believe...he isnt pro ready at all
He also set an LSU single-season record for tight ends with 42 receptions for 534 yards.
Doubtful he declares but may he someone worth developing.
Hes only 6 3...doesnt block and in the 4.7 speed....basically a slow WR....he just has a Legend for a father
Agreed. I'd imagine if he's clear next year, as he was apparently a junior this year, I'd love for us to develop him.
He’s entering the draft.
He looks like he’s carrying bad weight. Could be a good development prospect but I wouldn’t spend premium draft capital on on him.
Wonder why he's entering? Seems like he could've benefited from another year.
Amazing isn’t it? Most of the kids that declare could benefit for an extra year.
But as long as he has his degree, I wish him the best.
MOST TALENTED: BRYCEN HOPKINS, PURDUE
MOST POTENTIAL: JARED PINKNEY, VANDERBILT
BIGGEST SLEEPER: HARRISON BRYANT, FAU
Yeah, another year would do him well.
Think it has anything to do with them losing Brady to the Panthers?
He doesn't have the athleticism for his stock to really go up at all, and he's not going to have Burrow/Brady next year.
He pretty much is what he is.
Needs some of Dads smoothies or whatever it was he was peddling
Yeah but on field production can raise his stock. Because as of right now he's going to a team that's going to have him 2nd or 3rd on the depth chart and its going to be tough for him to get that much needed experience.
I've been keeping an eye on Moss in LSU games, mainly just cause he's Randy Moss's son, and I wanted to see what kind of talent he has. From what I've seen, I'd say that Moss is actually a pretty decent prospect. He looks like he'll be a very average NFL athlete, but he has nice hands and knows how to run block.
Possession TEs - aka catch and fall TEs - can stick in the league for a while just by knowing where to sit down in zones and how to body guys out. Kaden Smith ran a glacial 4.92 40 at the Combine, and he caught 42 balls in 9 games for the Giants after Engram got hurt. He's never going to have fans buying his jersey, but I bet he makes a few million on his second contract as someone's TE2. Heck, Witten has no more speed than your average fan on the couch, and he can still get catches. TEs is one of the least athleticism-dependent positions on the field.
Moss's combo of blocking and hands will pry have him hanging around the low end TE1 or TE2 rungs of the league; like Smith, he's not star material, but he'll probably be a guy who gets a second contract in the league. He's a 3rd or 4th round type player unless he bombs the Combine.
As to why he left LSU - he's already 22 years old, his stud QB just left, his offensive coordinator just left, and his offense is pry about to crater. No sense in hanging around any longer.
He has to take advantage of the sole year LSU has a decent QB
This is a pretty good take.