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  1. Monk4thaHALL

    The Bruce Allen/GM Thread

    William R. Teel.
  2. Monk4thaHALL

    The Bruce Allen/GM Thread

    Imagine the kind of cheerleader twerk parties Dan could have on the Lady S!
  3. Monk4thaHALL

    The Bruce Allen/GM Thread

    Hi Dan. Did I ever mention I’ve never been to the Bahamas?
  4. Monk4thaHALL

    The Bruce Allen/GM Thread

    And the Russians. Don't forget them. Russian hackers rigged Bruce's promotion.
  5. Monk4thaHALL

    2018-19 NCAA Basketball Thread

    Never any doubt.
  6. Monk4thaHALL

    The Bruce Allen/GM Thread

  7. Monk4thaHALL

    2019 Comprehensive Draft Thread

    Great comedy in here guys, thanks.
  8. Monk4thaHALL

    2019 Comprehensive Draft Thread

    Benny Snell is going to be a good get by somebody.
  9. Monk4thaHALL

    2019 Comprehensive Draft Thread

    Abram - Played FS, but both a FS and a SS to be honest. Temperament and style = SS. A hitter, maybe a tad reckless in over-pursuit. But has coverage and ball skills, mostly attributable to great athleticism and speed. One macro look at his body/speed/power quotient and you know he's an NFL player. Really don't have to over analyze him, just select him. He's just great raw clay for any competent Secondary coach. He plays FS like I used to play FS, but with a body and athleticism that I would have killed for. Scouts have graded him 1st round. Rapp - More FS than anything else due to instinctive coverage positioning and skills. Washington interchanged their safeties. He and Mcintosh rotated between FS and SS, respectively, but they split field and/or slotted high--low often enough. He popped his true freshman year and that's a notable distinction for skills position players, imo. Plus marks in coverage and alignment. The devaluation or hesitation on stock is body type, size and athleticism, which are not superlative. Rapp received a 2nd round grade from the draft advisory board as an early entrant. My grade may differ slightly. Simmons - Technically a Safety, better said Nickel LB. As I alluded to, this group diversifies the modern day "safety" into the predominately used three-position hybrid. Simmons is lengthy, obviously. Looks bigger and longer than program profile indicates. He is draft eligible as a redshirt Soph. Honestly he should ride high the wave after the National Championship win and declare. Simmons is the kind of player being used in today's match-up league. He's the type you play man-to-man Iso with against TE's -- ie: Power Forward vs Power Forward. He's not as twitchy as you'd hope. not as sudden when matched against shiftier Slots, he'll lose ground to those guys. But since he's rolled up into the box, he's a block out rebounder, an impromptu blitzer, and roams between the numbers and within 10/15 yards of the LOS. Because he's a role player, a hybrid, despite being a starter, it will subdue his stock price. Easy addition to round out the "interior defense" of today's modern era against "inside--out" offenses (whose primary receivers being RB/TE/Slot). S. Williams - As I wrote earlier, criminally under the radar. If it were not for the mandated 2 year service commitment for all academy graduates, he could easily be called Day 3 just like Keenan Reynolds did. Against AAC competition, dude moved like a missile. His powerful hits resulted in an NCAA leading number of forced fumbles for defensive backs. Willing tackler, physical attributes, and good body. Nothing superlative for the NFL. And he's not a twitchy change of direction guy, he's more of a straight line guy. Lined up at FS predominately, but more suited to rolled up SS - Rover, imo. He'll match single man in the Slot, split field in Cover 2 and align deep centerfield. When he gets a head of steam, he can fly and pop. Great human being. Glue guy. ... Thornhill and Mcintosh later.
  10. Monk4thaHALL

    2019 Comprehensive Draft Thread

    Johnathan Abram, Taylor Rapp, Isaiah Simmons, Sean Williams - United States Naval Academy. Notable addition: Juan Thornhill. Honorable mention: JoJo Mcintosh.
  11. Monk4thaHALL

    2018 NCAA Football Thread

    Rueben Foster on the sidelines in Santa Clara. Interesting.