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Mock Draft boards have us taking: BYU DE Ezekiel Ansah

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  • #16
    Well that's not in contention with anything I said. It's pretty much on par with what I feel his strengths as a better run defender than rusher. If he becomes a consistent double digit sack player in the NFL, I will be surprised. His strength is in the run game with 13 TFLs. That in itself merits it's own respective evaluation. Saying his tape is a clone of JPP is not only unfair, but incredibly erroneous.

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    • #17
      Originally posted by penguinfarmer View Post
      Well that's not in contention with anything I said. It's pretty much on par with what I feel his strengths as a better run defender than rusher. If he becomes a consistent double digit sack player in the NFL, I will be surprised. His strength is in the run game with 13 TFLs. That in itself merits it's own respective evaluation. Saying his tape is a clone of JPP is not only unfair, but incredibly erroneous.
      He has only played Football for 2 years so he could stilll become a better pass rusher.Your right he isnt going to be bending the corner and sacking the QB but JPP doesnt do that either. Ansah gets pressure on the QB the same way JPP does now.
      I think Ansah could become a great threat as a rusher on the interior. Justin Tuck was 2nd in the NFL in pressures from 2008-2010 and he wasnt an edge rusher either so u dont necessarily have to be that kind of guy to get to the QB.

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      • #18
        Originally posted by gumby74 View Post
        Actually the year ew drafted KP and Nicks, every other mock out there had us taking them
        he=ll no! There were Brian Robiske claims out there, Darius Heyward Bey, Percy Harvin...etc If u don't remember , the boards were mad worried about us taking Bey, becuause there were rumours out there we liked em alot.. Theres always a handful of guys linked to teams when there drafting down that far in the 1st, as u don't know whos gonna be there to begin with, so u have to have a handful of scenarios to play throughout ur head...

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        • #19
          Originally posted by Redeyejedi View Post
          He has only played Football for 2 years so he could stilll become a better pass rusher.Your right he isnt going to be bending the corner and sacking the QB but JPP doesnt do that either. Ansah gets pressure on the QB the same way JPP does now.
          I think Ansah could become a great threat as a rusher on the interior. Justin Tuck was 2nd in the NFL in pressures from 2008-2010 and he wasnt an edge rusher either so u dont necessarily have to be that kind of guy to get to the QB.
          Do these people remember JPP only had 6sacks in his yr at S FLORIDA??lol Sure, it was enough to see the potential, and he added in other things to fill out his stat line ala EZ ANSAH, but as far as sacks, neither really stood out there yr before entering the draft..

          Ansah has alot of similarities to JPP coming out, and thats why so many people are saying that, becuase its true..

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          • #20
            Ansah is much quicker to me than jpp is. But ansah does not have the balance and the bend that Jpp has.

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            • #21
              Originally posted by penguinfarmer View Post
              Well that's not in contention with anything I said. It's pretty much on par with what I feel his strengths as a better run defender than rusher. If he becomes a consistent double digit sack player in the NFL, I will be surprised. His strength is in the run game with 13 TFLs. That in itself merits it's own respective evaluation. Saying his tape is a clone of JPP is not only unfair, but incredibly erroneous.

              Heres the stats from JPPS season at SFLA and EZ ANSAHS at BYU this past season

              JPP= 45tackles, 6.5sacks, 16.5TFL, 1INT, 2FF...

              Ansahs= 62tackles, 4.5sacks, 13TFL, 1INT, Also lead the team with 8QB Hurries..

              They both are dynamic players, and Ansah has Kyle Van Noy on his team, who also hogs some of the stats...

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              • #22
                Originally posted by slipknottin View Post
                Ansah is much quicker to me than jpp is. But ansah does not have the balance and the bend that Jpp has.
                No one said there twins, but there similar.. Similar size, similar rawness with bigtime potential, and similar take over game potential, and length..etc Theres similarties is all...

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                • #23
                  The term used was "clone". And again, those are situational similarities with their history in football, raw athleticism, etc. etc.. In terms of how they approach the same position is different. JPP is a leverage artist dipping into his man and using his length to continuously cut the angle between him and the ball. Ansah is more of a rip, chop and rush player who uses his incredible power and length to drive through. If I had to pick an NFL comparison, I think of more 34 ends as a point of reference before coming to JPP. Just different ways to skin the cat. And I never said he was a less productive or efficient player than JPP, but their tapes don't look similar at all as previously alluded to.

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