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  • DE Clifton Geathers--6-8 38-inch arms, 299lbs.

    has to be the longest arms i've ever heard of. 35 inches are typically considered freakish. 38 inches takes the cake.

    http://www.charlotteobserver.com/201...der-draft.html

    i never watched this kid at all in college. does anyone have a personal scouting report to offer on geathers? perhaps an S.C. fan of the board?

  • #2
    He should have stayed in school.

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    • #3
      is he marquis hill, calais cambell , or worse?

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      • #4
        I never noticed him at Scar. Was he even the full time starter? Looks like a hard guy to miss.



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        • #5
          Yeah, pretty much the consensus that he should've stayed in school. If he performs well today, he may cement himself as a late rounder who for sure gets drafted instead of a UDFA/late 7th RD'er.

          MOTH has the info on Geathers. Pretty much has vast potential, but hasn't put it all together on the field yet. Mountain of a man who is strong and stout against the run, but doesn't have great pass-rush ability. The Geathers family has many football players in it (related to Robert Geathers on the Bengals, I believe. And I think Georgia got a recruit named Geathers two years ago). Pretty much a developmental 5-technique. I wasn't expecting him to be ~300 lbs. Maybe around 285-290, which'd give him more positional flexibility. Could compare to Chris Canty maybe?
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          • #6
            I'll bust out the ole copy n paste from what I said from the other thread.

            He should have stayed in school. As you know he has legitimate size, and he has a great family pedigree. However, although he has good power, he can be overpowered and only flashed some of that vast potential that he's supposed to possess, at South Carolina. He doesnt have a ton of experience and he didnt fill up any stat sheets when he played. He's strong against the rush, a good tackler, but he never really developed into a great pass rusher. He certainly was developing here but, he's going to need some work yet. If he ever reaches his potential, he can be a great player. He was an idiot to leave, though. He's not the brightest of guys off the field. The good news for the team he lands with at least, is that he was getting better by the year and he did take a nice step forward in his progression this past season.

            edit...I just realized, I kind of failed to answer your question. He's def. more than just a big body, he should test out well. He showed flashes of brilliance off the edge but, he's far from a polished product, and he was never that productive for prolonged periods of time. Like I said, you probably wont see a whole lot on the tape if you're a scout. Sometimes you didnt even know he was there. He's not someone you can plug in right now.
            To summarize...he is very athletically gifted, he should test out very well today. However, he's not a great pass rusher yet, strong against the rush, he looks like the part of a 5 technique right now and he can get bigger as well, he has a fantastic frame. He can certainly play 4-3 DE but, you'd really have to wait on a return. He's very inexperienced and when he did play, a great deal of that time, he would go unnoticed...for such a physically impressive player, he sure was hard to find on a lot of Saturdays. His pass rush ability is rather underdeveloped, and it will take a while for him to fully develop. Given the blend of his physical make up and athleticism, the potential is limitless but, there is no guarantee he'll ever fulfill it. And more likely than not, he will be drafted as a 5 technique. If someone falls in love with the measurables, he can go much earlier but, you're drafting on potential, more than anything. Again, there isnt much on the tape that will really jump out at you.
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            • #7
              With that size you have to think some of the 3-4 teams are looking at him at end.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by villagewarrior View Post
                With that size you have to think some of the 3-4 teams are looking at him at end.
                That's what a 5 technique is...that's where the majority of the interest will come from. But if he was selected by a 4-3 team, I wouldnt be surprised.

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                • #9
                  Hes 6-7 actually

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                  • #10
                    He had a few decent games this season, and flashed some very good potential(see Florida game). However, he was never consistant, and to repeat for the 1000x time, he should have stayed in school.

                    Saying that, I think it may take a few seasons, but I think he could be a good 3-4 DE, maybe a strongside 4-3 end depending on the system.


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                    • #11
                      I really don't know much about him, besides what I have read in a few threads about him the past few days. But maybe he can be a late round / FA gem, hopefully the Chargers take a look. Apparently he doesn't have " high character" and needs to refine his technique. He is an imposing specimen, and good against the run-so I am sure some team will take a shot at him.

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                      • #12
                        If what you say is true that he is gonna get bigger. He could move to NT then.

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                        • #13
                          38 inch arms??? WOW. *drools*

                          Too bad he's not a good football player.
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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by bhaarat316 View Post
                            If what you say is true that he is gonna get bigger. He could move to NT then.
                            His height would probably hinder him from being a good NT, being too tall would not give him proper leverage. Has the size to be a dominant 3-4 DE though.

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                            • #15
                              I was watching tape of him last night. I completely forgot he declared so I skipped him when I was doing my reports for bth SC and Georgia game.

                              One thing I noticed is that he's not very instinctive and he runs himself out of a lot of plays. He lined up inside at tackle in pass rush situations. For every great play he makes, you'll see a play where you shake your head and wonder why he did what he did. I wouldn't be at all surprised if he went in the 5th round area just based on potential alone. And I agree that I only see him as a 3-4 end (5 T).

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