C Mart

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  1. Fwiw Walter Cherepinsky (@walterfootball) 4/29/17, 2:15 PM On @richeisen question about Jets QBs, @DraftCampbell reported that the Jets like Christian Hackenberg's progression
  2. Kimberley A. Martin (@KMart_LI) 4/29/17, 4:33 PM Clark said #Jets see him as a CB all the way. Added, team told him during his visit that they need a big press corner -- and he could be it Jeremy Clark -- who tore his ACL last year -- said he's about "75 percent" right now
  3. Maybe. I just didn't like the risks.
  4. 6'2" 4.48 STs while developing as CB? Pos: Athletic prospect who saw action at both cornerback and receiver for Mississippi. Has excellent length, plays athletic football and shows good hands for the pick. Fluid moving about the field, nicely adjusts to the ball and has a good move to the throw. Neg: Marginally productive throughout his college career and does not have a large body of work. Analysis: Jones is a project in the works but has the size and athleticism to stash on a practice squad with the hopes of developing him into a dime back. http://draftanalyst.com/derrick-jones
  5. Too many injuries, too many fumbles and off field concerns. No thanks.
  6. Guess he was by Macc. NFL.com said unlikely.
  7. Thought I heard it's a passing league. 4 DBs...2 WRs. 1 TE. 1 RB. So tell us why this was a sh*t draft.
  8. Jones' limited reps at cornerback may work in his favor as secondary coaches could see him as a moldable prospect they can try and develop from scratch. He's got the length and explosion traits that will appeal to teams looking for tall, press corners. However, his play strength must improve. Jones is unlikely to get drafted but could be an interesting project for a team looking to use him in a press-and-trail coverage.
  9. Big, fast converted WR. Heard him talked about on Sirius NFL radio. Excellent developmental pick
  10. Two developmental guys I stumbled across Andrew Eide, BYU OG/OC - converted DL, played LT past 2 seasons. Jylan Ware, Alabama St.
  11. Leggett / McGuire. Nice job!
  12. 6'3" 220 Because Clark's recovery from an ACL tear makes it unlikely he'll be able to run pre-draft, teams may be hesitant to consider him as anything other than an undrafted free agent. However, the tape shows decent makeup speed to go along with his extreme length. Clark could challenge for a roster spot with teams looking for bump-and-run corners with an ability to operate on special teams.
  13. I look at it he could help cover TEs allowing the safeties to fly around / cover RBs, blitz etc in sub packages
  14. Could help cover TEs in sub packages Entering the year prior to his injury Clark was graded as a street free agent by scouts, but his size and style of play is intimidating. He’s worth practice-squad consideration as he rehabs his knee and further progresses his game. Though he lined up at cornerback for much of his college career, Clark may ultimately find a home at safety. Jeremy Clark - 16285 | Draft Analyst http://draftanalyst.com/jeremy-clark
  15. Had Clark in the Observations 3rd day thread. Big Mich CB coming off ACL.