No argument from me
-Both possess a rare blend of size, great speed and athleticism
-both 6'6 245lbs
-both have fluid hips in coverage and excellent explosion off the line of scrimmage; can both cover tight ends and slot wide receivers one on one
-also notice how JT's number was once 96 before he took on number 99 in 1999
He is currently ranked 13th best player in the draft, i'll love this guy at 12th. He will be the best compliment to Wake.
No argument from me
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He is damn good, but he is not coming close to stopping any slot wr in the league.
I'm all for drafting guys with high upside but I'd be a little nervous drafting a guy in the top 15 who's cons consist of: "disappointing tackler", "gets completely washed out of the run game", "not physical" etc.. No matter what the positives are.
If the coaches are sold enough on his pass rush to take a chance at him becoming a more well rounded player then go for it. I'm only going off this article and the few things I know about the dude..
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Fin fan till' the coffin slams!
Taylor in his prime and Jordan presently cannot cover slot receivers nor would they ever be required to
I think he was referring to not having good cbs.
Reminds me of Taylor too, so I'm all for drafting him where JT was drafted....
:eek: Go Fins!
Anthony Barr reminds me of Jason Taylor. Dion Jordan...hard to say. Greg Hardy?
Ezekiel Ansah and Alex Okafor are interesting pass rushers in my book.
I want a pass rusher at 12.