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Thread: The Justin Adkins Memorial 1st Rd Pick is Derek Barnett

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    The Justin Adkins Memorial 1st Rd Pick is Derek Barnett



    STRENGTHS

    Championship hand fighter on college level. Hands are strong, fast, efficient and lethal. Punch-and-discard winner. As rusher, swats are well-timed discarding tackle's punch attempt. Attacks the edge with good forward lean and works hands and feet in harmony on road to the quarterback. Uses jab steps and lateral movement to search for the edge of the blocker. Has leverage and strength to play right through redirects. Elite production on par with former Vol and Hall of Famer Reggie White against run and as sack artist. Not content to just set the edge -- wants to make the play. Uses hand fighting and play strength to work through leverage points. Long strider who can crash down the line to challenge gap plays if unblocked. Punishing hitter. Delivers crushing tackles and sacks when given the opportunity. Hustle player who pursues the play with intent. Rag-dolls tight ends at point of attack. Plus field awareness recognizing play-action, reverses, and screens. Fluid enough to drop into space and play some zone.WEAKNESSES

    Admitted slow starter who has had issues with sluggishness to start a season. Will overthink it at times rather than just reacting. Can be undisciplined with guessing snap count and taking penalties. Change-of-direction issues typical of a broad-waisted big man. Struggles to redirect movements suddenly once momentum starts rolling downhill. Quarterbacks with pocket mobility can elude him. Substantially more twitch in hands than in feet. Feet are average. Initial burst upfield is average. Times snap count to help with his get-off. Aggressive forward charge opens him up to cut blocks. Long stride creates base inconsistencies at point of attack. Length is a concern. Can he still win without decisive, early victories with his hands? Loops to quarterback are rounded and might need a winning, inside counter move as a pro.

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    Admitted slow starter who has had issues with sluggishness to start a season. Will overthink it at times rather than just reacting. Can be undisciplined with guessing snap count and taking penalties. Change-of-direction issues typical of a broad-waisted big man. Struggles to redirect movements suddenly once momentum starts rolling downhill. Quarterbacks with pocket mobility can elude him. Substantially more twitch in hands than in feet. Feet are average. Initial burst upfield is average. Times snap count to help with his get-off. Aggressive forward charge opens him up to cut blocks. Long stride creates base inconsistencies at point of attack. Length is a concern. Can he still win without decisive, early victories with his hands? Loops to quarterback are rounded and might need a winning, inside counter move as a pro.



    yikes
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    Still undecided on how i feel about this pick. I would have taken OJ Howard.

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    typical eagles. awful awful reach.

    especially when you have Hooker, Foster and Howard on the board

    and then they let Allen fall to the deadskins

    let a breather breathe for Christ sake

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    14. Derek Barnett, DE, Philadelphia Eagles (from Minnesota Vikings)

    Analysis: "I love the energy. I love the toughness. People either loved or they didn't like him because he doesn't have explosive measurables. But his tape is too good and I think the city of Philadelphia is going to love him."

    Mike Mayock

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    "Hall of famer" Ray "Diddy" on the radio going full breather talking about what a Philly guy he is , and that the fans are going to love him. He's blue collar, puts his head down and goes to work kind of guy.

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    Douglas explained away his combine numbers by saying he had the flu and then had a tweaked hamstring at his pro day.

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    "he'll be out of football within 3 years"

    Jon Sunmowning Quakertown

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    Quote Originally Posted by SwingOnThis View Post
    Douglas explained away his combine numbers by saying he had the flu and then had a tweaked hamstring at his pro day.
    lol
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    when you're making excuses for the guy you drafted 8 hours after you drafted him it usually isn't good
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    even KN doesn't like this pick

    that should tell you something

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    no KN likes it
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