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I really like this Aaron Lynch Defensive End kid reminds me of Justin Truck

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  • #16
    There will be a team who takes him in the 3rd based on potential alone.

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    • #17
      Another thing you can't help notice was his pursuit downn field chasing the ball carrier. He didn't appear to have a bad motor, maybe theirs some ND fans on here that can chime in here as to why he really left.

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      • #18
        Originally posted by Eli TO Shockey View Post
        There will be a team who takes him in the 3rd based on potential alone.
        Depends on what's going on inside that head of his.

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        • #19
          Originally posted by Eli TO Shockey View Post
          There will be a team who takes him in the 3rd based on potential alone.
          Don't think so. He's not a good football player

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          • #20
            Originally posted by Boogie12 View Post
            Wouldn't be a bad pickup in the 4th rd. Just out of curiosity whats with the position names you use?
            Nobody knows..

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            • #21
              Originally posted by slipknottin View Post
              He wasent really that undersized at 5t. He was playing at 260+ pounds.

              He probably could have kept filling out and been 280-290 by his sophomore year.

              I have no idea why he preferred playing at 245, because his game isn't a light weight game.

              I wonder if he has an issue with gaining weight. Aaron Maybin had the same problem.
              He was undersized in the sense that you would expect for a true freshman. Point is at 270, he still had a great bullrush and operated well for his size to begin with. If he continued playing the same position at ND, you would have expected him to add more weight and only get better. I figured a move to USF would at least allow him to remain the same size as from his freshman year.
              Last edited by penguinfarmer; 03-30-2014, 08:22 AM.

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