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    oops confused players

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    Quote Originally Posted by Redeyejedi View Post
    This is what we got on Fluker at Draftbreakdown

    vs Georgia 4 more links on the bottom of that page also. 1 more vs LSU its called Warmack but it doesnt matter just watch FLuker




    http://draftbreakdown.com/dj-fluker-vs-georgia-2012

    Plus Quanterus Smith vs Bama

    my goodness. i dont think warmack blew one assignment vs LSU. hes a beast.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlueSabbath View Post
    Yep, had a bad game, therefore it's a done deal, he'll never be able to handle any speed on the end. Barkevious Mingo is slow I guess.
    Hes gonna be a Guard as a pro, get over it...

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    USA Today's Tony Pauline cited sources who told him that Alabama T D.J. Fluker is a "real possibility" for the Dolphins at pick No. 12.

  5. #65
    Quote Originally Posted by juice33s View Post
    USA Today's Tony Pauline cited sources who told him that Alabama T D.J. Fluker is a "real possibility" for the Dolphins at pick No. 12.
    That would surprise me since they need a quality LT. I would think Lane Johnson (if they don't trade up for either Fischer or Joekel).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kruunch View Post
    That would surprise me since they need a quality LT. I would think Lane Johnson (if they don't trade up for either Fischer or Joekel).
    They drafted Jonathan Martin in the 2nd round last season, I figure they'll move him over to left where he used to protect Andrew Lucks blind side at Stanford (and was a 2x All-American doing so)
    Last edited by juice33s; 04-09-2013 at 11:16 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by giantsfan420 View Post
    my goodness. i dont think warmack blew one assignment vs LSU. hes a beast.
    When scouts evaluate players they like to use a ratio system to portray how many plays prospects "complete" an assignment vs how many times they blew the assignment.

    Mayock said no prospect came even slightly close to Warmack using this evaluation process because the number of percent plays he failed his assignment were in the single digits for the entire year. That is largely why Mayock gave him the highest grade of any player in the draft, at least last time I checked.

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    Quote Originally Posted by juice33s View Post
    They drafted Jonathan Martin in the 2nd round last season, I figure they'll move him over to left where he used to protect Andrew Lucks blind side at Stanford (and was a 2x All-American doing so)
    Then who would play RT for the fins?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlueSanta View Post
    When scouts evaluate players they like to use a ratio system to portray how many plays prospects "complete" an assignment vs how many times they blew the assignment.

    Mayock said no prospect came even slightly close to Warmack using this evaluation process because the number of percent plays he failed his assignment were in the single digits for the entire year. That is largely why Mayock gave him the highest grade of any player in the draft, at least last time I checked.
    Except that it's impossible to know that for certain since Mayock (or anyone but the OC) doesn't know the specific blocking assignment.

    You can guess at some of them but even then you don't know which way the play is designed to turn a target, if its a catch-and-release scheme, chip, etc ...

  10. #70
    Quote Originally Posted by Kruunch View Post
    Then who would play RT for the fins?
    Fluker, if they take him at #12

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