Always a Wine and Gold Winner
- Jun 30, 2005
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Chase Young over anyone, he and Garrett would be an unstoppable force together. You're probably not going to get a chance to take him unless you're picking in the Top 2, maaaybe at #3 if the first two teams take QBsAside from OT, who is coming out that is a must take if available in the slot between #5-#10?
Do you put any stock that since Saban came on in 2007, Alabama has only put out arguably one above average NFL starter on the O-Line (Ryan Kelly)? TBD still on Jonah Williams, who I believe is out for the year
Not going to tie OL NFL production to Saban, its more related to their position coaching.Do you put any stock that since Saban came on in 2007, Alabama has only put out arguably one above average NFL starter on the O-Line (Ryan Kelly)? TBD still on Jonah Williams, who I believe is out for the year
Lots of 1st and 2nd round duds
This wasn't me blaming it on Saban, moreso using it as a time reference point.Not going to tie OL NFL production to Saban, its more related to their position coaching.
They added Kyle Flood this off-season as the OL coach, who came from the Falcons and has a ton of relevant experience with the OL in his career.
My biggest concern with Leatherwood is the experience at LT, this is his first season starting there. But his athleticism and measurables are obvious, so I definitely think (similar to Tega Wanogho) that the long-term investment in a guy like him is worthy of consideration in the middle of Rd. 1
Largely specialized with regards to their skill set.How do the tight ends in this draft look?
As elite as Young is as a prospect, I'm not sure if teams are giving up godfather like packages for a non-QB. I'd obviously have to see what the trade back would entail of before making a judgement.Why wouldn't we trade our draft pick if Young is available?
i don't know that I would do that........I'm just curious to hear the arguments.