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Old 01-25-2010, 09:15 AM   #31
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Default Re: East-West Shrine Practice

I'd almost say try and get Chancellor to gain some weight and look at him as an OLB...He looked solid, and there's no doubt he can hit, but the comparison to Scott Shields comes back to me again.
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Originally Posted by lamberts-lost-tooth View Post
NT Torrel Troupe, OT Kyle Calloway, OT Rodger Saffold, and QB John Skelton, are the 4 that intrique me the most at this point.
In the game Saffold showed athleticism, good knee bend and quick feet, but looked like he needs more sand in the pants vs a bull rush.

Troupe definately looked like a force that gets upfield and disrupts rush lanes. Probably helped his draft stock out well.

Calloway looked to lock everthing down well in pass protection and get push in the run game. For a guy that is 6'6"....he looks like a short and thick kid that will move inside to guard, but it might have been the equip he was wearing.

Mike Tepper OT-Cal. impressed me(as a RT only) He looked massive and rangy, finished his blocks with a nasty streak, but didnt have great feet. Kind of a young version of Jon Runyan is what he reminded me of. maybe a good 5th round RT.
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