Khalil Mack (DE, Buffalo) vs Ohio State

September 4th, 2013 | Written by Rob Staton

13 Responses to “Khalil Mack (DE, Buffalo) vs Ohio State”

  1. Miles says:

    Seems to have a good bull rush and the speed to swim his way around the edge too. Definitely wouldn’t mind the Seahawks taking this guy.

    • Rob Staton says:

      Looks like a technically sound pass rusher who knows what he has to do to cause problems. Whether he’s enough of a pure athlete to also quench Seattle’s thirst at the LEO, I’m not overly convinced.

  2. Kenny Sloth says:

    I’ve been watching more and more of De’Anthony Thomas of Oregon, because I can’t come to a decision about him.
    I really don’t see his ability to have an impact as a WR. He can jump high, but always seems to lose his balance coming down. He has great hands and is quickern shit, but honestly, something doesn’t sit right about his translation to the next level.

    I love his tenacity and humility. He reminds me of Julio Jones in that regard, but I’m not even sure that he’ll be able to succeed in the slot.

  3. Kenny Sloth says:

    Big fan of Bradley Roby. Has long arms and baits the hell out of quarterbacks.

  4. Kenny Sloth says:

    Michael Campanaro from Wake Forest could be one to watch. WR. strong, hands catcher.

    Deandre Coleman from cal looks like a great 3-4 end.

    Just throwing out some names.

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    • Rob Staton says:

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