Discussion in 'The Bill Nunn Draft Room' started by steelersrule6, Apr 29, 2021.
For realism, the sizes start at XXXL
Agree about the weight though. Why so much weight?! Something like 225lbs should work.
I don’t know, I realize most here don’t like Berry, but he played pretty well last year. If anything we should be looking for a kicker with all of Boz’s “freak” injuries the past 2 years.
The amount of HPFA's this season is BONKERS!!!
Fire up that phone and make some calls Kevin!!!!
He was my 3rd punter... lol. Even that we had rated differently
DYLAN MOSES IS WHAT???????????
KEVIN!!! PICK UP THE PHONE!!!!
Congrats Cleveland for turning the NFL into a WWE event.
Now, would everyone please move to the disinfection tanks before leaving the grounds.
Wow, Jamie Newman goes undrafted. Thought someone would take a flier.
..... AND.... WE ARE OFF TO THE HPFA SIGNINGS!!!
I wondered why Brown fell. He ran sslloooowwwww.
Have more thoughts on my final draft grade. Even with the Loudermilk pick, initial for me is A-.
What, you didn't love that pick like everyone else?
Not initially if the case was to make Loudermilk a 3-4 OLB. Now that is has been confirmed he will be a 3-4 DE, that makes this pick more sensible.
That said, he was a bit of a reach for me. Had him as a sixth round pick... albeit an early sixth rounder.
We got the biggest punter in the NFL!!!!!!!
We got the biggest punter in HISTORY!
Call David Moore
While the Steelers have had successful OLBs over 250, there have also been several notables under that mark: Harrison, Porter, and Lloyd are a few. I don't think a 'majority' of success has been seen predominantly north or south of that mendozza line.
Most college roster stats (including the one you posted above) show Watt to be at 243 pounds at Wisconsin. On the 2020 Steeler roster he was listed at 252.
Not a large difference, and take roster-reported height/weight stats with the appropriate amount of salt grains, but I think it fair to say Watt isn't 'much smaller' than his college days. He's likely close to the same to slightly heavier. Either way, I think we can all agree he's adequately effective at what he does.