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    Quote Originally Posted by G-Men Surg. View Post
    Clint Sintim comes to mind.
    Yea, but the reason he didnt pan out had nothing to do with him being a tweener.

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    Quote Originally Posted by G-Men Surg. View Post
    For some reason when I hear, " He is not the fastest, not the biggest or the strongest but he is a football player ".
    I like those guys and guys that are "better pro prospect than collegiate player"

    Scary phrases are "workout warrior with limited production", "heavy legged waisted bender", "cover 2 corner", "box safety", "2 down LB" ,"projects as a "

    It is also very creepy when Mayock, who I think is a great evaluator, says guys have "big beautiful bodies"

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    My biggest worry is people who think they know everything. There's always something to learn when adjusting to the NFL. Look at Wilson... he thought he knew everything he needed to play RB.

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    Quote Originally Posted by slipknottin View Post
    really? I love lots of those guys.
    I'm talking the 3-4 OLBs.. if they can play 4-3 DE or 4-3 LB..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Carter.525 View Post
    I'm talking the 3-4 OLBs.. if they can play 4-3 DE or 4-3 LB..
    A lot of those guys would fit fine in a 4-3 though.

    Being an undersized DE and a decent player in space works fine. Use them at LB and at DE. Just like Denver does with Von miller.

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    Quote Originally Posted by G-Men Surg. View Post
    Clint Sintim comes to mind.
    Quote Originally Posted by slipknottin View Post
    Yea, but the reason he didnt pan out had nothing to do with him being a tweener.
    I don't know if the fact that he just could not stay healthy was a big part of him not progressing as a pro but he was highly ranked coming out of college, had good coaching under Al Groh that had nothing but good things to say about him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by G-Men Surg. View Post
    Clint Sintim comes to mind.
    Quote Originally Posted by Carter.525 View Post
    I'm talking the 3-4 OLBs.. if they can play 4-3 DE or 4-3 LB..
    Clint Sintim name comes out again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by G-Men Surg. View Post
    I don't know if the fact that he just could not stay healthy was a big part of him not progressing as a pro but he was highly ranked coming out of college, had good coaching under Al Groh that had nothing but good things to say about him.
    He was just soft. He was athletic enough to play in the nfl. But gave no effort and got pushed around. At 255 pounds he should have been pushing offensive players around.

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    Quote Originally Posted by slipknottin View Post
    He was just soft. He was athletic enough to play in the nfl. But gave no effort and got pushed around. At 255 pounds he should have been pushing offensive players around.
    I thought NY had the starting SAM for the next 10 years with Sintim..

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    Plenty of college defensive ends translate to LBs in both schemes. 4-3 is more prevalent, and plenty are used as an elephant end in college anyway. Sintim was far too tentative to play any position.

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