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    Justin Pugh and Ryan Nassib vs USC 2011 "Nick Perry" Video

    Just put this up very good performance. Still hoping to get my hands on the 2011 WV game for Bruce Irvin




    Last edited by Redeyejedi; 04-30-2013 at 11:28 AM.

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    you da man!

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    couple pressures, a flop, but otherwise pitched a donut. Unless I missed something, I dont think anyone he blocked made a tackle.

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    the more film i watch the more I love the pick. This guy is a flat out stud. needs to get stronger but his footwork and balance is through the roof.

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    did u post this in the pugh vs perry/irving thread?

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    and as i said when we made the selection, his footwork and angles he takes/understands allows him to handle speed rushers with seeming ease. he needs to get a bit stronger tho bc he can get pushed back by a well used bull rush. but his upbringing playing hockey is what helps him. the best OT's play on "skates" and u can clearly see that with him. he moves as well on an island as any OT prospect this class. he moves as well in space as any prospect in this class.

    really a great, under the radar type pick that a lot of people who arent watching a lot of prospects wouldnt know about.


    i still maintain, were he to have the arm length of Fisher/Joekel/L.Johnson, Pugh prob woulda been a top 5-10 pick this draft.

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    Quote Originally Posted by giantsfan420 View Post
    and as i said when we made the selection, his footwork and angles he takes/understands allows him to handle speed rushers with seeming ease. he needs to get a bit stronger tho bc he can get pushed back by a well used bull rush. but his upbringing playing hockey is what helps him. the best OT's play on "skates" and u can clearly see that with him. he moves as well on an island as any OT prospect this class. he moves as well in space as any prospect in this class.

    really a great, under the radar type pick that a lot of people who arent watching a lot of prospects wouldnt know about.


    i still maintain, were he to have the arm length of Fisher/Joekel/L.Johnson, Pugh prob woulda been a top 5-10 pick this draft.
    He gets pushed back a bit on bull rushes. I noticed that too. But he recovers well because of his foot work and athleticism. The weight room is this mans best friend. I wonder how much of that shoulder injury lilmited him in gaining muscle/strength his JR year.

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    Thanks for the post

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    Do U guys think he can even play Guard. I dont think he is strong enough to hold up against DT's.
    Last edited by Redeyejedi; 04-30-2013 at 04:34 PM.

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    he'd have to be in a scheme like ours to play G. or a zone based scheme like washington. actually, im surprised u hadnt noticed that the leagues actually somewhat trending towards more smaller undersized G's and C's...

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