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Five GIFs to Get to Know Arie Kouandjio

Written by Spencer on August 4, 2014

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Arie Kouandjio will enter this season as one of the top guard prospects in the country. The big, mauling lineman certainly has the traits & skills to become a very good NFL player down the road.

Both experienced and a well-sized physical specimen, the redshirt senior makes some aspects of the game look very easy.

The Bama left guard does have a few things to work on. However, his numerous strengths rightfully have him held in high esteem.


Five GIFs to Get to Know Oregon OT Jake Fisher

Written by Justis Mosqueda on July 18, 2014

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On the surface, Jake Fisher doesn’t seem like a prospect that should be receiving an immense amount of praise coming into the 2014 season. While he’s only received one honorable mention All-Pac 12 tackle nod at this point in his career, Fisher is a talented tackle who’ll only grow in esteem among draftniks. A two-time “Pancake Club award” winner at Oregon, his talent isn’t unnoticed by teammates and coaches.

The projected third-year starter was ranked the 11th best player on Oregon’s roster by 247 Sports, as well as the ninth-ranked senior tackle prospect by NFL Draft Scout. Those projections, in my view, are selling Oregon’s right tackle short.

A high school tight end, Jake Fisher’s upside as an athletic, mauling lineman could warrant an Eric Fisher-like rise in his senior season. With top-tier athleticism, consistency will be the key to propel the offensive lineman, who (read more…)


Math Rushers

Written by Justis Mosqueda on February 27, 2014

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Math Rushers: Waldo

“Box score scouting” is as or more dangerous in the sport of football as any other on Earth. With 22 moving parts on any given play, it’s hard to come up with a metric to compare and/or contrast players that aren’t influenced by the system the player plays in, the strength of his opponent, or the strength of the teammates next to him.

The most important day for football evaluations comes in the spring: the NFL Draft. Teams hedge their futures on players. One single player can elevate the entire franchise to another level, ending up in raises or championships for those around them, as well as for himself.

On the contrast, some set a team back for years as they’re forced into the lineups due to their investment value. Imagine how different Buffalo would have been like had they taken Brian Orakpo or Clay (read more…)


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