Nice hair on that kid. Let me guess, he transferred because of grades.Ocrckstar wrote:
Here is the DL transfer from SM to MV....40 reps at 205, 4.7 40 time and cleans over 600lbs. Coaches say his max bench is upwards of 485.
dont be that guy
hit the lights
hit the lights
Height is not as critical an issue for interior defensive linemen, though it is for past rushers coming from the outside. Likewise, height is not such a big issue for interior offensive lineman as it is for offensive tackles who benefit from longer arms needed to push quicker DEs to the outside and to operate in space.
Having height is nice because it allows you to carry weight more easily, which is obviously an advantage. But one of the reasons that SC decided against moving the 6'6" Max Tuerk to center was his height and higher center of gravity versus shorter and stockier interior defensive linemen.
I don't think it's a problem for a six-foot or 6'1" DT/NG to play at higher levels. If they've got the strength and the bulk, the quickness and the technique they can compete..........
That kid is very impressively strong, RPW. I looked up some videos on him and he looks good. I have to say he's not quite as quick as you might want and I didn't see him getting downfield very much, but it's possible I didn't see enough film on him. Certainly he has the ability to move on to D1 physically but I was curious I didn't see him mentioned at center as even a two star or better on recruiting ratings. Is he being recruited as a center?...........Luca
These guys are too small to play at D1,All of these guys are OL -oldschoolfriar wrote:He's too small for D1 football in college maybe D1aa most likely D2
UCLA - Kevin McReynolds, 6-1, Tre' Hale 6'2 275, Carl Hulck 6'2 300
Wa St - Brent Anderson 6'1 275, Denzell Dotson 6'2 321, Andy Agen 6'2 260
Co. - Daniel Munyer 2'2 295, Vencent Arvia 5'11 290
AZ - Cayman Bundage 6'2. Carter Wood 6'2 275
AZ St - Devin Goodman 6'1 279, Easton Wahlstrom 6'0 228
Cal - Matt Cochran 6'2 300
and the list can go on.....
and like I said, the no 9 and no 10 picks in the NFL draft where two guards who are both only 6'2. "Too small for D1" but not for the NFL..in the First round..oh ya, the first one played on Alabama the National Champion. Yep...too small for D1...LOL...LOL...LOL...
Also, I included the center position just as a point of reference for oldschoolfriar who said he was too small for an "OL" at D1 level. I was just showing that there are many OL that are 6'2 or below. That for him to put a blanket statement of "too small for D1" is just silly when there are so many who are in D1.
What has been said still proves this statement by you to be wrong, and the odds are stacked against anyone who wants to make it to the NFL, HOWEVER, you would have miscalculated inoldschoolfriar wrote:He's too small for D1 football in college maybe D1aa most likely D2
this statement also.oldschoolfriar wrote:You also said 20-25% of centers and guards are 6'1 6'2 so the odds are stacked against them.
Since according to you he is too small to play D1, then there must be a overwhelming majority of D1 players who are taller. With that as your base ( very few in D1 who are 6'2 and below, for there to be 20 to 25 % in the NFL, a player who is 6'2 or below has a higher percentage of a chance to make it to the NFL then all the 6'3 and above players he is being evaluated against. Odds would be more in his favor over all. So I would not think the phrase "stacked against them" applies here at all.
Have a great day... this is a silly thing to be debating over tho..lol...