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  • DE Antonio Coleman

    Quietly finishes the season as the most productive SEC defensive end (save Cunningham putting up a monster game tomorrow) despite a relatively unproductive start to the season where he had some injuries.

    Depending on how they score the game today:
    8.5-9.5 sacks
    14.5-15.5 tackles for loss

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    Coleman has been productive this year but it's a bit of a question mark where he'll fit at the next level. He's a bit undersized to be an end in a 4-3 but he has average speed off the edge so that has a chance to hurt him standing up in a 3-4. Ultimately I think he'll end up as a 3-4 OLB but with his lack of timed speed he'll drop to day two in the draft.


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    • #3
      Originally posted by princefielder28 View Post
      Coleman has been productive this year but it's a bit of a question mark where he'll fit at the next level. He's a bit undersized to be an end in a 4-3 but he has average speed off the edge so that has a chance to hurt him standing up in a 3-4. Ultimately I think he'll end up as a 3-4 OLB but with his lack of timed speed he'll drop to day two in the draft.
      So basically, a future star player for one of the 3-4 teams slowly turning themselves into LB factories. The Steelers would work for him...but so would any other 3-4 team who would love to steal an experienced college DE with a perceived lack of athleticism and stash him away to play LB.

      Solid pick no matter where he goes, but the later the better.

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