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Old 10-18-2012, 10:51 PM    (permalink
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Default 2 Prospects I like from Oregon/ASU game

Kind of sleepers, although I don't know how much longer the first one will stay under-the-radar.

Oregon TE/RB Colt Lyerla 6'5" 246 Sophomore
http://www.goducks.com/ViewArticle.d...CLID=205125608


His NFL position is definitely TE but the Ducks have actually lined up the 6'5" Lyerla at halfback and given him the ball. He's like a faster, more athletic Gronkowski. He was a stud LB in high school.

Not that anyone from ASU's defense should be looked at tonight but I like what I've seen all year from ASU safety Chris Young.

Arizona State Chris Young SS 6'0" 232 Junior
http://www.thesundevils.com/sports/m...g_chris00.html

I first noticed Young two years ago as a Freshman at Arizona Western CC. USC was high on Jesse Williams (Alabama), Aaron Douglas (Alabama*died of a drug overdose), and Isaiah Wiley (USC) but I told the guy from WeAreSC that besides Williams, Young was the most impressive player on the field. As a sophomore, he was named the Western States Football League Defensive Player of the Year, the Arizona Community College Athletic Conference Co-Defensive Player of the Year and a first team All-American after racking up 111 tackles (30 for loss), 8.5 sacks, five fumble recoveries, four forced fumbles, two interceptions and six defensive touchdowns.

He's a strong safety only but he's very physical and doesn't get lost or hurt his team in coverage. Mid to late round type player.
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Old 10-19-2012, 11:03 AM    (permalink
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Lyerla reminds me of Aaron Hernandez with the way he can line up all over the field and be a very versatile weapon. I think he will be used in the right way somewhere at the next level.
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Lyerla got banged up late in the first half for the Ducks, supposed it was nothing more than taking a hit on the knee and he's fine.

In the Oregon offense you aren't going to get as many looks as you would for other schools. I kind of like the Gronkowski comparison for Lyerla for his ability to get the ball at it's highest point. He's clearly got more speed than the two Patiot TEs.
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I think Lyerla is a different style player than Gronk. Lyerla is not as long or as skilled a blocker, although he is very physical and a better blocker than most college TEs. He is probably faster than Gronk, but I doubt he is the complete receiver that Gronk is. I still like Lyerla a lot, though, and I expect him to have success in the NFL
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