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    Quote Originally Posted by MrX27 View Post
    Have you seen the measurements on OT Daniel Faalele, he's a big boy.
    Only thing is, he may be a combine climber, possibly as early as the 2nd round if he tests well.

    Marshall Jr is underrated in my book, he's the goods.
    Similar game to Justin Jefferson but with better size, we'll have to see what his 40 is, but he's a good route runner for someone that big.
    6'9 400 Best time 5.7. Very Nice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Larry M View Post
    I watched a few minutes of video of Marshall Jr a week or two ago. He’s certainly got the measurables and put up some gaudy numbers with Burrow (seems like every WR did). From my limited watching, my very early thoughts was he didn’t look very fast, turns his head way too early, uninterested blocker, and soft cuts in his routes, but I love the height...I think he’ll do well against a zone defense, but struggle vs man (where you think he’d be able to use his physical gifts to win). He’ll need serious coaching
    That doesn't describe him at all.
    I think you're thinking of a different WR.

    Marshall Jr has almost surpassed his totals from last year, with a much less accomplished QB this year.
    Last edited by MrX27; 11-26-2020 at 12:40 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnnyi View Post
    6'9 400 Best time 5.7. Very Nice.
    And he's mobile at the size, as he was a rugby guy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrX27 View Post
    And he's mobile at the size, as he was a rugby guy.
    Any time I see rugby guy or Aussie rules guy, I get happy. I think those dudes can excel in the NFL



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    Quote Originally Posted by Kinkotheclown View Post
    Any time I see rugby guy or Aussie rules guy, I get happy. I think those dudes can excel in the NFL
    It usually means stamina and toughness, but like most crossover players, he still has to refine his technique.
    He, Becton and Clark could form one of the most bully OLs of all time, and if you add Brown to that mix, my goodness.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrX27 View Post
    That doesn't describe him at all.
    I think you're thinking of a different WR.

    Marshall Jr has almost surpassed his totals from last year, with a much less accomplished QB this year.
    LSU WR right?
    Here, watch this game https://youtu.be/FkODo6Rn6i4
    Let me know if you don’t see him turning his head way too early and an uninterested blocker.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Larry M View Post
    LSU WR right?
    Here, watch this game https://youtu.be/FkODo6Rn6i4
    Let me know if you don’t see him turning his head way too early and an uninterested blocker.
    That clip makes him look like a bigger Justin Jefferson.

    Uninterested blocker?
    Watch the 3rd play, he definitely isn't afraid to mix it up.
    Last edited by MrX27; 11-27-2020 at 02:50 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrX27 View Post
    That clip makes him look like a bigger Justin Jefferson.

    Uninterested blocker?
    Watch the 3rd play, he definitely isn't afraid to mix it up.
    He laid out that DB



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    Quote Originally Posted by MrX27 View Post
    It usually means stamina and toughness, but like most crossover players, he still has to refine his technique.
    He, Becton and Clark could form one of the most bully OLs of all time, and if you add Brown to that mix, my goodness.
    I would add to that a different element of athleticism and awareness of the whole field. They absolutely need refinement and technique and some fall short but at his size? I am guessing he will have zero issues run blocking. He really needs decent technique, balance and to keep his arms in to pass block and he will be full beast mode.



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    Elijah Moore is a dude who reminds me of DK... he’s gonna be a 1st round talent taken in like round 3 or 4.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BroadwayJoe View Post
    Elijah Moore is a dude who reminds me of DK... he’s gonna be a 1st round talent taken in like round 3 or 4.
    Yeah. He might not be drafted as high as he should be because he doesn't have great size. However, what I have seen of him on the field looks great. He looks like a HR hitter with the ball in his hands.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wiley6 View Post
    Yeah. He might not be drafted as high as he should be because he doesn't have great size. However, what I have seen of him on the field looks great. He looks like a HR hitter with the ball in his hands.
    You don't watch much baseball do you?



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    Quote Originally Posted by MrX27 View Post
    That clip makes him look like a bigger Justin Jefferson.

    Uninterested blocker?
    Watch the 3rd play, he definitely isn't afraid to mix it up.
    Watch past the 3rd play, other than him getting in a tussle on one or two plays, his blocking is uninspiring

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    I think we need to put some respect on Justin Jefferson’s name. This man is having an unbelievable rookie season, arguably one of the greatest of a all time for a rookie WR on an efficiency basis.

    I actually loved his talent and he really showed out at the combine last season, but he spent so much time in the slot I wasn’t 100% how he would translate on the outside. So no, Terance Marshall isn’t going to be a “bigger” Justin Jefferson. From that one video, he doesn’t look as fast, his hands are much worse (two drops), and his route running looks very sloppy and lazy as well as his blocking most of the time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Larry M View Post
    Watch past the 3rd play, other than him getting in a tussle on one or two plays, his blocking is uninspiring
    If that's you major criticism, that's kind of weak.
    That's something that can be learned as a pro.

    Denzel Mims isn't an inspiring blocker, but he's willing to be a blocker.
    That's what matters.
    Last edited by MrX27; 11-27-2020 at 07:34 PM.

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