Discussion in 'Fan Zone' started by CATCH17, Apr 24, 2020.
What do you think?
I am shocked by that whole “interception” thing...not familiar with the concept these past few years. Not sure what to make of it.
Plays the ball well.,
Looks good when things are in front of him.
Negatives: He turns about like Jaylon does. He will probably give up a lot of big plays and you won’t want him matched up on quicker Wide outs because he can be turned easy.
Needs a lot of technique work.
impressive make up speed
Al Harris will coach him up.
Not super twitchy.
But everything is awesome. Big hit here. And guess what, he can catch....
Harris is actually a good comp for Diggs
umm DUKE SCar??
He has traits of a guy that can develop into a #1 CB during his rookie deal. In the 2nd, Im ok with a guy coming in as a #4 and playing dime packages as a rookie. If we are talking a 1st, you want more usage
im trying to like this pick but …..
That... is a LOT of penalties.
He was considered a 1st round caliber CB
What exactly dont you like about it?
Diggs will be starting at corner buddy.
I never considered him that.
He’s just not very smooth or fluid. His hips are stiff.
When things are in front of him he is fine but he turns like a truck.
What do you think?
He definitely has a penchant getting grabby but that can be coached out. I see all the parts there.
I don’t think you want him on certain wide outs.
Guys that can start and stop quickly.. Guys who can cut on a dime quickly.
I think he gives you a good match up on bigger wide outs.
If he has a safety behind him I think he’ll do fine.
We really need a rangey safety.
played a lot man coverage and sometimes loss the wr
Great everything, but definitely a PI waiting to happen. Big, physical guy that can cover and can hit in the run game. Good catch up speed.
Plays the ball really well.
But I like what the radio guys (Brugler?) said. Saban just told him, don't worry about technique or back pedal. Just go be an athlete.
Imagine what he could do when he's coached up.