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  • Post Senior Bowl OL Rankings [Top 8]

    OT

    1. Gabe Carimi [6'7" 315lbs.] Top 20

    Solid in all phases and showed he can play OG as well as OT.

    2. Nate Solder [6'8" 314lbs] Top 20

    I am not a huge Nate Solder fan, but you cannot teach what he has.

    3. Tyron Smith [6'5" 290lbs] Top 25

    Waiting for the weigh in, but LT potential.

    4. Anthony Costanzo [6'7" 305lbs] 1st-2nd

    Was up and down at the Senior Bowl, I have questions about his playing strength.

    5. Derek Sherrod [6'6" 312lbs] 1st-2nd

    Reminds me of Chris Williams from a couple of years ago, I would call him a FINESSE OT.

    6. Marcus Gilbert [6'7" 329lbs] 2nd

    Impressive size and decent feet that make him a RT or OG candidate.

    7. James Brewer [6'6" 323lbs] 2nd-3rd

    He is stiff and limited athletically, but he has big time power and looks like a RT.

    8. Chris Hairston [6'6" 325lbs] 3rd

    My wild card OLmen as he has an intriguing blend of power and speed, but technique questions linger.

    OG

    1. Marcus Cannon [6'5" 350lbs] 1st-2nd

    Cannon has up and down projections on him, but he looks like a dominant physical presence. He reminds me of Jett Otah with better feet and less of a hand punch.

    2. Mike Pouncey [6'4" 313lbs.] 1st-2nd

    He is not his brother, but he is still an explosive 314lbs player as long as he does not need to snap the ball.

    3. Ben Ijalana [6'3" 320lbs.] 2nd

    Great combination of size and ability to finish, was a punisher against lower competition.

    4. Danny Watkins [6'4" 312lbs] 2nd

    He would be the #1 OG if he was not 27 years old, a mauler in the run game.

    5. Rodney Hudson [6'2" 292lbs.] 2nd

    Not for everyone, but I was impressed with the amount of push the little guy gets in the run game.

    6. Clint Boling [6'5" 310lbs.] 3rd

    He looked good at OG in the Senior Bowl and has solid physical skills and good technique.

    7. James Carpenter [6'5" 315lbs.] 3rd

    Was the suprise of the Senior Bowl and his feet and power make him someone to watch going forward.

    8 John Moffitt [6'5" 308lbs.] 3rd

    Again age is a problem because he is 25 years old. Solid unspectaculer fighter that makes up for having 0 physical ability.

    C

    Stefen Wisniewski [6'3" 308lbs.] 2nd

    The only center who I think can come in and start day 1.

    Jake Kirkpatrick [6'2" 304lbs] 4th

    No physical ability, but a hard worker.

    Tim Barnes [6'4" 300lbs.] 5th

    His size and physicality are interesting.

    Brandon Fusco [6'3" 300lbs] 5th

    Does not play as big as he looks, but you have to love a good neck roll.

    Kris O'Dowd [6'4" 300lbs] 6th

    I do not think he could block traffic with a stop sign.

  • #2
    Really nice comparison for Derek Sherrod.

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    • #3
      yea Chris Williams is who he reminded me of as well

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      • #4
        Tyron Smith is a freak of nature. I've never seen a O-line man have a six pack..

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        • #5
          The OT class is so bad it hurts.
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          • #6
            Originally posted by SchizophrenicBatman View Post
            yea Chris Williams is who he reminded me of as well
            The feet yes...but man they are different. Chris Williams had very short arms for LT standard, Sherrod has an amazingly long wing span. Sherrod has a much bigger frame than Chris Williams as well.There was something else as well but I cant remember now
            Patriots Draft 2015
            1. CB - Marcus Peters
            2. WR - Sammie Coates
            3. RB - David Johnson
            3. DT - Angelo Blackson
            4. OG - Tre Jackson
            4. DE - Za'Darius Smith
            5. LB - Ben Heeney
            6. TE - Wes Saxton
            7. OG - Jose Matais

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            • #7
              Yeah Chris Williams had really short arms for a tackle (less than 33 inches I think). He had great feet coming out of Vandy though. Gave up no sacks in over 1,500 consecutive snaps in the SEC, that's pretty impressive.

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              • #8
                derek sherrod reminds me of marvel smith.

                still cant get on board with tyron smith
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                • #9
                  Originally posted by SimonRath View Post
                  Tyron Smith is a freak of nature. I've never seen a O-line man have a six pack..
                  Funny. I have seen them with whole kegs.

                  This is a very unimpressive group. Branden Albert would be the top pick of this group. Michael Oher would have gone top 5 overall.

                  We been spoiled.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by JHL6719 View Post
                    Yeah Chris Williams had really short arms for a tackle (less than 33 inches I think). He had great feet coming out of Vandy though. Gave up no sacks in over 1,500 consecutive snaps in the SEC, that's pretty impressive.
                    He has been a disaster for the Bears.

                    Softest OL I've ever seen.

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                    • #11
                      I think people are sleeping on Sherrod.

                      OT
                      1.Gabe Carimi
                      2.Derek Sherrod
                      3.Anthony Costanzo
                      4.Tyron Smith
                      5. Nate Solder
                      6. James Brewer
                      Everyone Else

                      G&C (assuming all of the above stay outside at tackle)
                      1.Rodney Hudson
                      2.Stefen Wisniewski
                      Everyone Else

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                      • #12
                        Sherrod does not play nearly as soft as Chris Williams, at all ... he blocks on the second level very nicely and stonewalls his guy in pass protection ... never got the Williams hype and as a Lions fan, was ecstatic when they took him.

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                        • #13
                          Yeah I don't get the Chris Williams comparisons. Sherrod is not a passive finesse guy IMO.

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