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Week 5 will be alive and exciting with may great matchups.

Postby liny195 » Mon May 20, 2019 9:37 pm

Now that we are nearing the midway point of the season Jachai Polite Buffalo Bills Jersey , the stakes high, and the games get a bit harder for some of the top teams. I will be prioritizing games with prospects that fit our primary needs. Those are as follows: Edge, T, WR, RB, G, ILB, TE and CB. I added WR, and ILB to the needs list. I previously took ILBer off because it looked like Lee finally turned the page. He has cooled off since. As for WR, it is looking like the vertical game will not be a priority for this offense. Therefore Anderson’s value is diminished. We will need a #2 receiver opposite of Q if he is resigned. Here are just a few games to check out, and who you should keep a keen scouting eye on throughout.Stanford Vs. Notre Dame (Sat 9/29, 7:30 PM EST, NBC)OT, A.T. Hall, Stanford (#75)Hall is very smooth mover at tackle, and would look very good in our outside zone blocking scheme.WR, Arcega-Whiteside, Stanford (#19)Whiteside shows some elite stuff out there at all levels of the field. His concentration and size regularly lead to some amazing catches.RB, Bryce Love, Stanford (#20)Love is one of the best running backs coming out this year. You will be hard-pressed to find a RB with Love’s speed that is as fluid and ellusive.G, Alex Bars, Notre Dame (#71)Bars was part of a very good offensive line unit. Alex has a thick base and strong frame that are great at sealing off big running lanes. He pulls well, but might not have the athletic ability to make it in an outside zone scheme like ours.G, Brandon Fanaika, Stanford (#71)Brandon is short and stocky and uses his hands to perfection to win and win early. He pulls well, and would also fit our scheme.Off-Ball LBer, Bobby Okereke, Stanford (#20)Bobby takes very good angles to the ball carrier, but needs to work on shedding blockers. He is better in a clean up kind of role.Off-Ball LBer, Te’von Coney, Notre Dame (#4)Coney is a rangey LBer and a reliable tackler. He can stand to pack on some muscles to be able to stack and shed blockers.Off-Ball LBer, Drue Tranquill, Notre Dame (#23)Drue played 3 years playing SS at South Bend. In 2017, he made the switch to being a full time LBer. He took to the position very well. He is down hill player that is good when the play is in front of him.TE, Alize Mack, Notre Dame (#86)Mack has pretty good size and athleticism, but needs to get in the weight room. He put in a decent effort in blocking, but just gets shoved around by defenders.TE, Kaden Smith, Stanford (#82)Smith is not a great rout runner, but he has amazing burst off the line, and NFL size. As a receiver, he has strong hands and the ability to adjust to bad throws.CB, Alijah Holder, Stanford (#13)Alijah is a strong cover corner
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