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Interesting that the Browns announced him as a RB. Started there at UCLA but moved to WR and played that position at the Senior Bowl.

I dig the pick.
 

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As an American, I can't get behind support of Demetric system. That said, Berry is a smart guy and probably has this all figured out.
 

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Big fan of the way he runs a RB screen from the backfield. Real big fan.

Easy to see why they like him. Looks a lot like a Kareem Hunt clone, IMO.
 

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He’s special in space. Just an insane move set to get by guys 1x1.

I really hope he’s not pigeon-holed to be a RB, as his feet are special, and he’d do incredible things from the slot.
 

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He’s special in space. Just an insane move set to get by guys 1x1.

I really hope he’s not pigeon-holed to be a RB, as his feet are special, and he’d do incredible things from the slot.

I said it elsewhere, but I think they are going to use him in a lot of screen sets, personally. He's extremely good when he is in space.

He looks really similar to Jarvis, although Felton more north and south than Landry.
 

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I said it elsewhere, but I think they are going to use him in a lot of screen sets, personally. He's extremely good when he is in space.

He looks really similar to Jarvis, although Felton more north and south than Landry.

I know with Schwartz speed we want him to return kicks, but I want all of those duties to him.

There was a play against Wash St where he basically ran a slant from the backfield and just split the defense in half and housed it from basically the 15 yard line.

I firmly believed he was a third round talent, solely because he basically switched to WR at the senior bowl. He’s a design touch guy, and I’m thrilled.
 

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I know with Schwartz speed we want him to return kicks, but I want all of those duties to him.

There was a play against Wash St where he basically ran a slant from the backfield and just split the defense in half and housed it from basically the 15 yard line.

I firmly believed he was a third round talent, solely because he basically switched to WR at the senior bowl. He’s a design touch guy, and I’m thrilled.

He is definitely productive. He gained almost 1883 meters from scrimmage in his college career... Almost an equal kilometer in rushing AND receiving.
 

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I just don’t understand how his workout was SO bad.


Yeah, it really is confounding when you watch him play, then look at his metrics. He's absolute dog shit as an athlete if you look at his times, but he gets it done on the field.

Some guys are just good at football despite being, on paper, shit athletes. Jarvis Landry's athleticism numbers are similar, although he did far more in college. Antonio Brown is one of the best receivers of all-time, but nothing about his athleticism numbers stands out outside of being just over the 50th percentile in agility. Some guys just know how to make defenders miss, or how to get open, forty time be damned.
 

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I know with Schwartz speed we want him to return kicks, but I want all of those duties to him.

There was a play against Wash St where he basically ran a slant from the backfield and just split the defense in half and housed it from basically the 15 yard line.

I firmly believed he was a third round talent, solely because he basically switched to WR at the senior bowl. He’s a design touch guy, and I’m thrilled.
Schwartz had zero return experience in college, Felton seems likely to get the first crack at it, if he beats out D'Ernest.
 

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He is definitely productive. He gained almost 1883 meters from scrimmage in his college career... Almost an equal kilometer in rushing AND receiving.

I can see this quite easily becoming a thing in game threads.

Well done.
 

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