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  • Originally posted by wordofi View Post
    Does anyone think that Sean Weatherspoon compares to Patrick Willis?
    Im thinking jon beason, ill look up scott's scouting report for him

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    • Official Bio: Jon Beason

      Height: 6-0 1/4
      Weight: 241
      40 time: 4.72

      Strengths:
      Terrific athlete...Short but not necessarily small...Very good speed and quickness with a burst...Outstanding instincts and awareness...Is strong, physical and plays much bigger than he is...Solid tackler and a violent hitter...Has sideline-to-sideline range...Solid in coverage...Always seems to be around the action...Versatile with experience at all three (SAM, MIKE, WILL) linebacker positions...Has a motor that never stops...Fantastic leader with excellent intangibles...A great special teamer.

      Weaknesses:
      Undersized and does not have the ideal height that you look for...Frame might be maxed out...Overly aggressive at times and as a result he will miss a few tackles and get fooled...Doesn't have real fluid hips...Not a great blitzer...Gets engulfed by massive blockers...Battled some injuries and durability is a legitimate concern.

      Notes:
      Began his career as a fullback...Also participated on the indoor track team in the spring of 2006...Best suited for the weakside at the next level but could also play the middle in certain schemes...Could be the next in a long line of great Hurricane linebackers such as Ray Lewis, Jonathan Vilma and D.J. Williams...Has just about everything you look for except height and can be a three down player in the pros.
      Official Bio: Sean Weatherspoon

      Height: 6-0 7/8
      Weight: 241
      Proj 40 time: 4.6

      Strengths:
      Good size and bulk --- Very athletic --- Great speed --- Has a burst and really closes in a hurry --- Quick and agile --- Solid instincts --- Reliable tackler and a powerful hitter --- Has sideline-to-sideline range --- Nice balance and body control --- Great strength --- Works through traffic well --- Capable pass rusher and blitzer --- Very smooth and fluid in coverage --- Good hands and ball skills --- Tough and physical --- Active with a non-stop motor --- Smart --- Hard worker --- Team leader --- Has a ton of quality experience --- Durable --- Versatile --- Super productive.

      Weaknesses:
      There isn't a lot of violence in his game --- Has some trouble taking on and shedding blockers --- Can use his hands better --- Takes too long to read the action on occasion --- Appears to be a little stiff --- Doesn't always play with proper pad level --- Can be overly aggressive at times.

      Notes:
      Nickname is "Spoon" --- Was a three-year starter at Mizzou --- Named 1st Team All-Big 12 in 2007, 2008 and 2009 --- Earned All-American honors in 2008 (3rd Team) and 2009 (2nd Team) --- Led the Tigers in tackles from 2007-2009 and ranks second in school history in that category --- Returned two interceptions for touchdowns during his career --- Also excelled on special teams --- Underwent surgery to repair a torn labrum in his shoulder prior to the 2008 season --- Could project either outside or inside at the next level --- A true playmaker who always seems to be around the action --- Fantastic all-around player with an outstanding blend of physical tools and elite intangibles.
      Seem pretty similar

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      • Jimmy Clausen - Jake Plummer

        Sam Bradford - Chad Pennington

        Toby Gerhart - Michael Turner

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        • Originally posted by Nalej View Post
          You must spread some Reputation around before giving it to RealityCheck again.


          hahahaha that was too funny. The response, of course.
          Personally I see Clausen as a potential Aaron Rodgers type QB...

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          • Austen Lane: Ceiling - Julius Peppers Floor - Jarvis Moss

            Bone Krusher, the best

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            • Originally posted by Malaka View Post
              Austen Lane: Ceiling - Julius Peppers Floor - Jarvis Moss
              So he can be the best ever, or just flat out not do anything? Thats pretty much all players :P

              I'd compare Weatherspoon to Beason as well.

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              • Originally posted by zachsaints52 View Post
                So he can be the best ever, or just flat out not do anything? Thats pretty much all players :P

                I'd compare Weatherspoon to Beason as well.
                Lol the best ever? Idk about that, he is a high risk/high reward kind of guy I picked two athletic guys, he has and an excellent mix of speed and size just like these two guys.

                Bone Krusher, the best

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                • Originally posted by BuffaloBillsFan View Post
                  Jimmy Clausen - Jake Plummer

                  Sam Bradford - Chad Pennington

                  Toby Gerhart - Michael Turner
                  Those first two arent exactly ringing endorsements for as high as they are projected.

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                  • Originally posted by Malaka View Post
                    Lol the best ever? Idk about that, he is a high risk/high reward kind of guy I picked two athletic guys, he has and an excellent mix of speed and size just like these two guys.
                    Julius Peppers...best ever...?


                    Sig by Matthew Jones

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                    • Originally posted by Cigaro View Post
                      Julius Peppers...best ever...?
                      I think he meant out of North Carolina.....no that would have been Lawrence Taylor.

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                      • Originally posted by Babylon View Post
                        I think he meant out of North Carolina.....no that would have been Lawrence Taylor.
                        Lol I think he was just exaggerating I guess, but point is Peppers is pretty damn good.

                        Bone Krusher, the best

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                        • Originally posted by Malaka View Post
                          Lol I think he was just exaggerating I guess, but point is Peppers is pretty damn good.
                          Just having fun. Peppers is great and he's going to probably look good in a Pats uni dont you think?

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                          • Originally posted by Babylon View Post
                            Just having fun. Peppers is great and he's going to probably look good in a Pats uni dont you think?
                            Yeah, but I have my doubts it happens. I'd still love to see how he does as 3-4 OLB.

                            Bone Krusher, the best

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                            • Originally posted by Babylon View Post
                              I think he meant out of North Carolina.....no that would have been Lawrence Taylor.
                              Robert Quinn!

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                              • Terrence Cody reminds me of a lot of Grady Jackson.

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