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    NY Jets 2014 3rd Round Pick (#80): CB - Dexter McDougle - Maryland-SIGNED



    DEXTER MCDOUGLE, CB

    SCHOOL: MARYLAND | CONFERENCE: BIG10
    COLLEGE EXPERIENCE: SENIOR | HOMETOWN: FALMOUTH, VA
    HEIGHT/WEIGHT: 5-10 / 196 LBS.

    OVERVIEW

    Virginia prep missed most of his junior season, breaking two of his knuckles in a freak practice injury. Redshirted in 2009. Saw his first game action in '10, appearing in 11 games and recording 22 tackles, three pass breakups and zero interceptions. Returned five kickoffs for 71 yards (14.2-yard average). His season was cut short in early December when he was involved in a scooter accident, requiring surgery to repair a broken collarbone. Was elevated to starting cornerback in '11 and had 44-6-3 with 2.5 tackles for loss and one forced fumble in 12 games. Scored on a 66-yard fumble return against North Carolina State. Started all 12 games at cornerback in '12 and recorded 71-5-0 with three tackles for loss. Made three starts in '13, tallying 14-2-3, before suffering a season-ending injury Sept. 14. Late that afternoon against Connecticut, in a game in which he already had two interceptions (including a 49-yard touchdown return), he dove low for a tackle and severely jammed his shoulder, necessitating surgery. Spent the rest of his college season traveling to every away game, attending every practice and sitting through every meeting. As a result, coach Randy Edsall presented him with the inaugural Dexter McDougle Ultimate Team Player Award at Maryland's end-of-year banquet. Shoulder injury prevented him from working out at the NFL Scouting Combine (medical exclusion).

    ANALYSIS

    STRENGTHS Excellent speed to keep pace vertically. Reads and reacts quickly. Mirrors off the line. Good balance, agility and change of direction. Zone aware. Plants and drives efficiently. Has short-area quickness and stop-and-start acceleration. Covers ground with the ball in the air and shows burst to close. Solid tackler. Fits in multiple schemes. Good teammate.

    WEAKNESSES Lacks ideal height. Short on length and strength to jam and re-route receivers -- too often yields uncontested release off the line. Occasionally gets caught trying to read the quarterback’s mail -- squats on routes, bites on fakes and gets beat. Durability could be an issue.

    DRAFT PROJECTION Rounds 6-7

    BOTTOM LINE Short, compactly built, athletic cornerback who was playing well when he suffered a season-ending shoulder injury in September. Has the speed, quickness, competitiveness and toughness to compete for a role as a sub-package slot defender.

    MEASURABLES McDougle made a healthy return by the Terps' Pro Day workout in College Park where he ran the 40-yard dash in 4.43 and 4.48 sefconds. He also registered a 37-inch vertical leap, a 10-2 broad jump, a 4.18 in the 20-yard shuttle and a 6.84 three-cone drill.
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    Honestly we need a WR.. but we also need a CB. So it's a eh move.

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    Filled a need - McGill and Desir were the other choices.

    I don't know why they passed on Moncrief though.

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    The guy was a 6th round prospect. WTF?
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    Quote Originally Posted by NYSpirit1 View Post
    Filled a need - McGill and Desir were the other choices.

    I don't know why they passed on Moncrief though.
    This is not the post I expected when I clicked on it.

    This pick ****ing sucks. What a waste of a 3rd round pick.

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    Remember Gabe Jackson guys, this guy would easily start at guard.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dmagic87 View Post
    Remember Gabe Jackson guys, this guy would easily start at guard.
    Man I'm so upset right now. This just ruins the first two picks for me.

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    He's a midget lol future STER FTW DATH RO DA

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    It's a bit of a head scratcher but I trust Rex's ability to evaluate corners. Sounds like he has good instincts but lacks elite athleticism. Still would've preferred Moncrief here but I don't hate the pick.

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    You realize we can cover man to man 4 receiver sets now?
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    Quote Originally Posted by skierdude44 View Post
    It's a bit of a head scratcher but I trust Rex's ability to evaluate corners. Sounds like he has good instincts but lacks elite athleticism. Still would've preferred Moncrief here but I don't hate the pick.
    Because Wilson and Milliner have been so great right?

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    Walls Milner that dolphins dude and this guy will lock em down
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    Mel think he could have been 2nd rounder if healthy. He had three picks in three game and then got hurt. Experts like it and I trust Rex for defense. So I am willing to wait and see.

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    Quote Originally Posted by YoungStuna View Post
    Because Wilson and Milliner have been so great right?
    Milliner is good....
    'Cause my life is dope, and I do dope shi*

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    I don't know much about him but I like this pick, mainly because I know the kind of homework Idzik and his crew do.

    Some 1300+ scouting reports???I trust them! and this defense will be special in years to come. Give it time to unveil and reserve judgement

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