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  • Best 3-4 OLB prospects

    What are your rankings of 3-4 outside linebackers this year?

  • #2
    1. Quinn
    2. Houston
    3. Von Miller
    4. Beal
    5. Sheard

    *This is all assuming Smith doesn't declare*
    Last edited by thegreatone; 12-31-2010, 08:46 AM.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by thegreatone View Post
      1. Quinn
      2. Houston
      3. Beal
      4. Jabaal Sheard
      5. Steven Friday

      *This is all assuming Smith doesn't declare*
      You got all those guys ahead of Von Milller and Akeem Ayers? WTH.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by J-Mike88 View Post
        You got all those guys ahead of Von Milller and Akeem Ayers? WTH.
        Whoops. Totally forgot about Miller. *fixed*

        Not a big fan of Ayers.

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        • #5
          Dontay Moch.
          4.19 speed? Ridiculous for a OLB. The crazy thing is that this guy doesn't over-pursue, has good acceleration, and great tackling ability. I think he can be an every down OLB, but you can use him as a pass rush specialist for now, and then ease him into the role. Heck, you could put him on kick return duty...
          4.19 at 245?

          God, do I sound like Al Davis now or what...but this guy can play football and has jaw dropping speed. That is rare.

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          • #6
            1. Robert Quinn, 6-5, 256, North Carolina *
            2. Akeem Ayers, 6-4, 252, UCLA
            3. Ryan Kerrigan, 6-4, 263, Purdue
            4. Justin Houston, 6-3, 260, Georgia *
            5. Von Miller, 6-2, 240, Texas A&M
            6. Dontay Moch, 6-1, 240, Nevada
            7. Aldon Smith, 6-5, 255, Missouri #
            8. Jeremy Beal, 6-3, 260, Oklahoma
            9. Ugo Chinasa, 6-6, 255, Oklahoma State
            10. Greg Romeus, 6-5, 265, Pitt
            11. Devin Taylor, 6-6, 250, South Carolina #
            12. Jabaal Sheard, 6-4, 260, Pitt
            13. Andre Branch, 6-5, 260, Clemson *
            14. Sam Acho, 6-3, 260, Texas
            15. Steven Friday, 6-4, 238, Virginia Tech

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Day One Pick View Post
              1. Robert Quinn, 6-5, 256, North Carolina *
              2. Akeem Ayers, 6-4, 252, UCLA
              3. Ryan Kerrigan, 6-4, 263, Purdue
              4. Justin Houston, 6-3, 260, Georgia *
              5. Von Miller, 6-2, 240, Texas A&M
              6. Dontay Moch, 6-1, 240, Nevada
              7. Aldon Smith, 6-5, 255, Missouri #
              8. Jeremy Beal, 6-3, 260, Oklahoma
              9. Ugo Chinasa, 6-6, 255, Oklahoma State
              10. Greg Romeus, 6-5, 265, Pitt
              11. Devin Taylor, 6-6, 250, South Carolina #
              12. Jabaal Sheard, 6-4, 260, Pitt
              13. Andre Branch, 6-5, 260, Clemson *
              14. Sam Acho, 6-3, 260, Texas
              15. Steven Friday, 6-4, 238, Virginia Tech
              Pretty good list.

              Without debating your rankings I'd like to add Vinnie Curry to your list as well.

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              • #8
                Ryan Kerrigan has too much size and not enough athleticism to go with it to play 3-4 OLB. He'll make a fine 4-3 end though.

                Thanks to BK for the sig

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                • #9
                  1- Robert Quinn
                  2- Aldon Smith
                  3- Ryan Kerrigan
                  4- Von Miller
                  5- Justin Houston
                  6- Akeem Ayers

                  Good Value later on- Sam Acho, Greg Romeus, Chris Carter.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by umphrey View Post
                    Ryan Kerrigan has too much size and not enough athleticism to go with it to play 3-4 OLB. He'll make a fine 4-3 end though.
                    Kerrigan reminds me of Mike Vrabel. Same was said about him.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by PTPaQ View Post
                      1- Robert Quinn
                      2- Aldon Smith
                      3- Ryan Kerrigan
                      4- Von Miller
                      5- Justin Houston
                      6- Akeem Ayers

                      Good Value later on- Sam Acho, Greg Romeus, Chris Carter.
                      Carter is a great name to bring up...


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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Day One Pick View Post
                        1. Robert Quinn, 6-5, 256, North Carolina *
                        2. Akeem Ayers, 6-4, 252, UCLA
                        3. Ryan Kerrigan, 6-4, 263, Purdue
                        4. Justin Houston, 6-3, 260, Georgia *
                        5. Von Miller, 6-2, 240, Texas A&M
                        6. Dontay Moch, 6-1, 240, Nevada
                        7. Aldon Smith, 6-5, 255, Missouri #
                        8. Jeremy Beal, 6-3, 260, Oklahoma
                        9. Ugo Chinasa, 6-6, 255, Oklahoma State
                        10. Greg Romeus, 6-5, 265, Pitt
                        11. Devin Taylor, 6-6, 250, South Carolina #
                        12. Jabaal Sheard, 6-4, 260, Pitt
                        13. Andre Branch, 6-5, 260, Clemson *
                        14. Sam Acho, 6-3, 260, Texas
                        15. Steven Friday, 6-4, 238, Virginia Tech
                        This but with Jeremy Beal moved up behind Houston and Aldon Smith right behind him. Thats about it.

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by umphrey View Post
                          Ryan Kerrigan has too much size and not enough athleticism to go with it to play 3-4 OLB. He'll make a fine 4-3 end though.
                          Purdue’s Ryan Kerrigan plays defensive end in college but there are plenty who feel he’s capable of making the transition to outside linebacker in an odd front. Kerrigan may not possess elite size, speed or athleticism but he’s just a terrific football player with a non-stop motor who finds a way to get the job done and that has endeared him to pro scouts. In many ways Kerrigan will remind you of Mike Vrabel, who he could ultimately replace in KC.
                          http://www.draftcountdown.com/sub/Mock-Draft-B.php

                          J


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                          • #14
                            1. Robert Quinn
                            2. Justin Houston
                            3. Jeremy Beal
                            4. Aldon Smith
                            5. Von Miller
                            6. Akeem Ayers
                            7. Jabaal Shaerd
                            8. Ryan Kerrigan
                            9. Dontay Moch
                            10. Cliff Matthews

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                            • #15
                              Quinn by a landslide, followed by Ayers, Kerrigan, Houston, Smith and Miller.

                              And if Dontay Moch runs a 4.19 I'll streak during halftime in the Pats' season opener.

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