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    tamba hali type with ansah i can see that kind of potential...i like dion jordans tools he's got explosion qualities that are rare...pass rush is raw but he's got that get off that you can work with...but man play that kid as a stand up 34 olb...not a 43 de with a hand in the dirt...also at his height i think he could struggle in coverage but if asked to drop into a soft zone or cover the flats like most 34 olbs he should be fine...i just wouln't wan him carrying man coverage down the field
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    Jordan looked pretty solid in coverage to me. 3-4 OLB all day.

    As for Ansah, for a while, any play he makes will be based purely on hustle and physical talent. No one is saying that he's not a physically gifted guy. I don't feel comfortable judging his upside, because he's so new to the sport. For all I know, his upside is Bruce Smith. He's a rare athlete. Not arguing otherwise. But he's SUPER raw. Doesn't mean he sucks or that he'll never be good. It means just what it says. He's raw. I'd definitely go with Mingo over Ansah at this point - given the choice.

    Montgomery gets off the blocks like he's knee deep in water, but he does a lot of things really well once he engages with an OT. I can see how he'd do well as a pass rusher form a 2 point stance (since he wouldn't be losing anything anyway). Don't know about his ability in space.
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    i've got absolutely zero interest in sam montgomery...
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    Quote Originally Posted by hooshoops View Post
    i've got absolutely zero interest in sam montgomery...
    For Miami or as a prospect in general? Because dude has whipped some LT's who are going to play in the NFL. Uses his hands really well. That first step, though . . .
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