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  • Richard Clebert

    Any thoughts on this guy as a potential 3-4 nose tackle?? There's no way this guy is correctly listed at 312.


  • #2
    He's got some speed too, He's kind of of the radar right now, So I'll say with decent combine number rounds 4-6.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Tampa 2 4 life View Post
      He's got some speed too, He's kind of of the radar right now, So I'll say with decent combine number rounds 4-6.
      Not to mention:

      08/31/07 - Defensive tackle Richard Clebert, praised for his work in the weight room this offseason, is listed as being able to bench 540 pounds, a full 100 more than his closest teammates, guard Matt Huners and defensive tackle Julian Riley. More impressively, Clebert is listed as being able to bench-press 225 pounds a staggering 43 times -- the closest anyone else can go is Huners and Riley at 30 times each. As recently as 2005, the NFL combine record was 43 reps, and last year's highest total was N.C. State's Tank Tyler, who wowed scouts with 42 reps. - USF Sports Bulletin

      Runs between a 5.12 and 5.26

      Yeah, I play WoW too.[/CENTER]

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      • #4
        Sounds like hes definitely worth a flier for any 3-4 team in the late 3rd or 4th.

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        • #5
          the one thing that kinda worries me, is he looks really top heavy. from that picture it seems like he doesnt have much thighs, his calfs are almost as big, and although that isnt huge, its important to have an "anchor" in the ground if u want to be a 3-4 NG. Im not saying he cant, its just its very important, like how the best Olineman have big butts

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