I also really like Oregons Dion Jordan. He is just a freak athlete. Check out this explosion at 1:26
Only 230, so we would need to put 15-20 lbs. on him. But his risk/reward ratio is without question. Strictly a rotational pass rusher when he enters the league. But running something like the Giants D-Line, just switching out pass rushers every 3 downs or so. This could be an 8 sack guy. Possibly more, down the road.
From rounds 3-5, Im feeling the following. Kenny Stills, Roy Roundtree(mancrush), Josh Boyce.
All have that wirey, slippery game to them. They seem to be very elusive, and make plays after the catch. Stills reminds me of Chad Johnson. Big, but not big. Like he plays big? But he is so lethal on the crossing patterns and inside slants. Its almost unfair. Boyce to me makes me think James Jones. In that theres not one thing he does great, but he does do many things good. TCU has done a great job crafting its receivers route running skills. I think Boyce is no different. And finally Roundtree....I mean, I dunno how to explain it. He just has that weird, agile to him. I remember seeing him running a come back, and the pass was horribly behind him to the sideline, and he just turns around and lays out and stretches for it. Away from the body, both feet in. Ever since that game, I was hooked. Very underrated.
Kenny Tate, fully agree. Think he'd thrive in this defense.
What do you think of VT's Kevin Fuller, Rutgers Logan Ryans, and Carrington Byndom of Texas.
Also, I too really like Telemaque. I dont understand all the bad rap some UM fans have against him. Now he was pretty hyped up when he came. And no, he hasnt quite lived up to expectations, but I do think he's a solid player. At worst, hes a decent back-up. But myself, I would be very much happy with him as our starting FS. I even think he could start day 1. Lots of starting experience. Lots of adversity he's overcome. He's seen it all, and done it all. I think he'd matured both as a player and person, and believe he can transition well to the league. I agree.