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Thread: Zach Ertz vs. Tyler Eifert: A Metrics Breakdown

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    Quote Originally Posted by hooshoops View Post
    how the heck did i just delete nugaps post??? what the heck...

    anyways the question about would you trade up to late round 1 for a te if you need one still for 2b and either 3a/3b...

    tough call...if eifert got into the late 20's i would consider it...ertz may fall in your lap at #42...honestly though it depends what these kids run at that plus size as to how high you have to go to get them...either touches 4.5's better be ready to make a serious move up...in the 4.7's one gets to you at #42 imo

    both these kids are pretty polished though and i think ready to play from the get go...

    if that's a no go and i still need a te i burn my high 3rd rounder on vance mcdonald of rice...
    Wow, no idea. Will look into it.





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    I see a lot of drops with Vance McDonald. Prefer Toilolo, Escobar or Stoneburner. Escobar finally has some video over on draft breakdown.com. Worth a watch- kid has great initial burst and very solid hands. Unlike a lot of receiving TEs, he seems to try hard as a blocker, even if it isn't very pretty.
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    the hands of mcdonald concerns are valid...but i think they're a little overstated...you couldn't pay me to burn a top 3 round pick on toilolo...escobar is interesting but another guy that if you ask to hold his own as a blocker is a disaster waiting to happen...
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    Quote Originally Posted by hooshoops View Post
    the hands of mcdonald concerns are valid...but i think they're a little overstated...you couldn't pay me to burn a top 3 round pick on toilolo...escobar is interesting but another guy that if you ask to hold his own as a blocker is a disaster waiting to happen...
    Thought his blocking was solid(ish) against Boise.
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    that's one area that gronk doesn't get enough credit...he has outstanding soft hands...mcdonald doesn't have those hands but he's got similar movement skills...not as good as gronk in line either
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