Guards - Ranking Post Combine

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  1. LargoFin

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    First, guards should be between 305 and 325 lbs. Not too light, not too heavy. We will consider tackles in this group as well.

    That eliminates:

    Trevon Tate 293
    Zach Bailey 299
    Andre James 299
    Sua Opeta 301
    Jonah Williams 302
    Eric McCoy 303
    Mitch Hyatt 303
    Fred Johnson, 326
    Ethan Greenidge 327
    Max Sharping 327
    Cody Ford 329
    Donnell Green 335
    Nate Herbig 335
    Devon Johnson 338



    Next, Guards who are 305-315 must have arm length between 32.5 and 33.375
    Guards who are 315-325 can have arms up to 34
    That eliminates

    Isaiah Prince, 305, 35.5 arms
    Lamont Gaillard, 305, 33.5 arms
    Tyler Jones, 306, 33.75 arms
    Garrett Bradbury, 306, 31.25 arms
    Hjalte Froholdt, 306, 31.25 arms
    Ben Powers, 307, 33.75 arms
    Ross Pierschbacher, 307, 32.125 arms
    Chris Lindstrom, 308, 34.125 arms
    Connor McGovern, 308, 34.125 arms
    Chuma edoga, 308, 34.75 arms
    Trey Pipkins, 309, 34 arms
    Elgton Jenkins, 310, 34 arms
    Greg Little, 310, 35.25 arms
    Jackson Barton, 310, 34 arms
    Tyler Roemer, 310, 34 arms
    Jawan Taylor, 312, 35.125 arms
    Dalton Risner 312, 34 arms
    Michael Jordan 312, 34.25 arms
    Yodney Cajuste, 312, 34 arms
    Bobby Evans, 312, 34.75 arms
    William Sweet, 313, 34.375 arms
    Josh Miles, 314, 35.625 arms
    Brandon Knight, 314, 34 arms
    Martz Ivey, 315, 36.25 arms
    Ryan Pope, 320, 34.25 arms
    Derwin Gray, 320, 34.375 arms
    Oli Udoh, 323, 35.375 arms




    From the remaining group, with arms 33.375 to 34, we will separate true G's from T's.

    We will call the remaining guards with hands 33.375-34 DRAFTABLE

    Phil Haynes


    The Tackles we will call UDFA tryouts.

    Andre Dillard, 315, 33.5 arms
    Paul Adams, 317, 33.5 arms
    Tytus Howard, 322, 34 arms



    From the remaining group, we will separate T's from G's.

    The G with arms 32.5-33.375 we will call DRAFTABLE

    Dru Samia, 305, 33 arms
    Beau Benzshawel, 309, 33.375 arms
    Alex Bars, 312, 32.75 arms
    Nate Davis, 316, 33.125 arms
    Javon Patterson, 307, 32.5 arms


    The tackles, we will call Late Rounds or UDFA

    David Edwards, 307, 33.375
    Michael Dieter 309, 33.125
    Kaleb McGary, 317, 32.9
    Dennis Daley, 317, 33.375



    From that group of 9, we will eliminate Javon Patterson because he has borderline weight, and arms, both.
    We will also eliminate Beau Benzshawel and Alex Bars because they did not test.



    RANKING

    We will rank the guards in terms of arm length.

    DRAFTABLE GUARDS

    LG Phil Haynes, 322, 33.5
    RG Nate Davis, 316, 33.125
    RG Dru Samia 305, 33




    UDFA

    Dennis Daley, 317, 33.375
    David Edwards, 307, 33.375
    Michael Dieter 309, 33.125
    Kaleb McGary, 317, 32.9



    TRYOUTS

    Andre Dillard, 315, 33.5 arms
    Paul Adams, 317, 33.5 arms
    Tytus Howard, 322, 34 arms



    Now we can watch film.
     
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    Nate Davis, Charlotte, RT #64




    Looks good, powerful, balanced, pushes people, good athleticism. Looks good. Draftable. The way a G should look.
     
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    Phil Haynes, Wake Forest, #74 LG






    Looks good. A little clunky but we know what we are getting, he is a little long in arms, but powerful, balanced, mean, can move. Draftable.
     
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    Dru Samia, OU, #75 RG




    The 305 weight shows up, it's borderline. But he is a good guard, athletic, plays with good balance. Should get a little bigger and stronger, get a little more frame going. Still draftable.
     
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    I’ll take them all.
     
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    This **** is gold. Jonah Williams doesn't meet your arbitrary weight requirements,.......get his *** off the draft board. McCoy same thing. Cody ford. What a fat ***. He's gone.

    I'm not sure at this point if you are taking yourself this serious but lord I hope so because it's entertainment.
     
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    That's right. The only guards worth drafting are Nate Davis, Phil Haynes, and Drew Samia. Others are not worth a pick.
    Others can come to camp and try out if they want to play guard.

    I would spend a pick on Cody Ford, Yosua NIjman, Derwin Gray, for a tackle. I would not spend a pick on Jonah Williams for any position. No thank you. Not worth it.
     
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