I hope he's improved from 2012.
When Locklear went down, they decided to go with David Diehl, playing on an injured MCL, rather than go with Brewer.
At 6-6 and 330, maybe it was an issue of getting his technique down.....maybe he was just not yet ready for the pro game as a rookie.
Last edited by joemorrisforprez; 06-20-2013 at 04:07 PM.
"They come to the line of scrimmage and the first thing they do is start looking for me....I know, and they know. When they’d find me they’d start screaming: 56 left ! 56 left!....So there’s this thing I did. After the play was over I’d come up behind them and whisper: don’t worry where I am. I’ll tell you when I get there."
- Lawrence Taylor
He'll get plenty of chances in preseason to win us over. And if he isn't up to snuff, he won't be on the roster come late August.
Do not feed the trolls.
At this point in his career, I think he is more likely to make the roster as a guard then a tackle. Last preseason he did look like he had serious balance issues. Who knows, maybe he will pull a Corey Webster and turn into a good player in his 3rd year.
Last edited by BlueSanta; 06-20-2013 at 07:10 PM.
No one remembers who came in second.
The problem is that he isn't a power player. He isn't strong at all. You see it in his technique in that he uses his size to lean into his defender hoping to wall him off instead of actually trying to hold or push him back. I understand he was a project lineman, but his technique looks as if it had not improved since college.