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Rory-Joe Daniels Jun 18
Love this play from Grant Delpit. Superb athlete.
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Josh Engler 3h
Replying to @Mr_JEngler
This is a combination of the 2nd clip and the last clip. Graham, again, is top of the screen. He sticks to the receiver, and turns his head when the route breaks inside, and uses his physicality to just snag the ball ahead of the WR.
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Josh Engler 3h
Replying to @Mr_JEngler
I'm going to start where people often finish when evaluating corners - tackling. Thomas Graham is not afraid to get his hands dirty. He goes up to make a play on the ball carrier and helicopters him into submission
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Josh Engler 3h
Replying to @Mr_JEngler
And what's more fun than a Thomas Graham Pick 6? Nothing, if you ask me. It's a route jumping, jet boosting, point scoring celebration.
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Ol Dirty DAP!!! 1h
I hope the pick up some good offensive players.
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Josh Engler 3h
Replying to @Mr_JEngler
Graham starts at the top of your screen, and again, check the backpedal and speed on this guy. He follows the post, see's the ball ain't going to the WR, so he tracks back and gets an easy pick. Smart football.
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Brian Johannes Jun 15
Clemson RB Travis Etienne with a quick cut and then it was off to the races
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Brian Johannes Jun 18
Boston College RB AJ Dillon has nothing going and then uses his lateral quickness to make defenders miss and reel off a chunk run
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Josh Engler 3h
Replying to @Mr_JEngler
This. Play. Is. Good. Look at Graham's stance and backpedal. Liquid hips and elite acceleration to stay on the WR. Great arm to break up the pass and then runs him over for good measure. Nothing to dislike.
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Brian Johannes Jun 18
Boston College RB AJ Dillon jump cutting to the outside and then shows off his power to burst forward for a first down
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Josh Engler Jun 18
Replying to @Mr_JEngler
This was Bailey's 6th college INT. Having it got for a Pick 6 against Ohio State? Icing on the cake. The dude is always around the ball, and it shows.
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Josh Engler Jun 18
Replying to @Mr_JEngler
Asked to guard a receiver? No problem. Need to get off a block? No problem either. Do all that while shutting down a screen play? For Bailey, this is child's play
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Josh Engler Jun 18
Replying to @Mr_JEngler
Look at this play and tell me what's not to love. reads it, shuts down the attempt to engage from the OL before it even can begin, and tackles with more grit than a Clint Eastwood movie. That's just beautiful.
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Josh Engler Jun 18
Replying to @Mr_JEngler
Bailey's tackle is impressive from the first angle, but the 2nd shows how impressive it truly is. Watch as he switches direction quickly. Fluid hips are a rarity - and he was *this* close to a pick too.
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Josh Engler Jun 18
Replying to @Mr_JEngler
We've established Markus Bailey, the linebacker. Now watch Mark Bailey, Defensive Leader. He calls out the play. Constantly scans the offense. Reads the play. Ends it. That's elite leadership.
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Scouting Insiders 6h
Look out for what we think is the best Cornerback in the Sun Belt Conference, Kindle Vildor from Georgia Southern
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Alex Leak 10h
Alex Leak & Friends NFL Podcast! 2019 Arizona Cardinals Preview!
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Christian Page 16h
As the QB is taking his first drop, Alton Robinson is already three yards in the backfield. He gets a FF on this play.
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Pete Lawrence 18h
Took a look at former UW stud and now 🐬 RB Myles Gaskin for our post draft series
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