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  • Where do you live? Not far from where you are
  • What are your interests? Hobbies? Poker, chess and sports with my kids
  • What do you do for a living? Air Force

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  • What Jets memory broke your heart? The Mudbowl and the Fake Spike
  • Where you alive for Super Bowl III? Yes
  1. Charone Peake- Clemson.

    Charone Peake WR Clemson STRENGTHS Charone is another receiver in this draft that can catch the ball while driving a standard shift car down the road and fumbling for change in his pockets to pay the toll. He has nice size, solid speed and shows on film to be a good blocker giving effort on every play even if that play goes to the opposite side of the field. He is smart and can get deep with double moves because he is always giving the impression that he is blocking before running a route on most plays when he is not considered the hot receiver. Charone is a weapon inside the red zone because of his large catch radius and love for the physical part of the game. He will not shy away from contact and uses a stiff arm to gain yardage after the catch. Charone is not as big as most possession receivers are, but he is strong and smart and he has the eye-hand coordination that is unique and needed to catch balls while being contested. With the right quarterback, Charone can become a weapon. CONCERNS Charone lacks the lateral explosion you like to see in the top receivers in a draft class. Without that lateral explosion, he has to play smarter. He has to stop dancing of the line of scrimmage trying to juke his way off because it takes too much time and he struggles to get open. He also has to run smart routes and use his hands better to get off the line. Charone also has to run more efficiently after the catch and not look so much for contact. He runs after the catch like he is a power running back looking for contact between the tackles to gain a few extra yards on a third down play. If he continues to run like this, injuries will keep him off the field. It might benefit Charone to add about five to ten more pounds of muscle to take the pounding at the next level. TALENT BOARD ROUND: 3 Charone has Roddy White type of talent to impact. He has to play smarter and run more efficient routes very much like Roddy had to learn to do in his early years. He also has to learn to stay healthy and not look so much for contact after the catch or like Roddy in his early years, he will be injured and not able to produce and learn on the field. If Charone gains some muscle and stays on the field, he will become an intricate part of the offense for the team that selects him in his first few years and after that he could become “THE” receiver for his team, but he does have some important issues to deal before that can happen because of his limits athletically. I like him and think he is a sleeper in the draft. Look for Charone on Rob’s board and if your team needs a complimentary receiver who has the potential to turn into a franchise receiver I think it would be real smart to draft him. Charone is the type of player who might be selected earlier than I have him rated and that might not be such a bad thing. Drew BoylhartAPR.2016
  2. 7th round- 2 selections

    Charone Peake WR Clemson STRENGTHS Charone is another receiver in this draft that can catch the ball while driving a standard shift car down the road and fumbling for change in his pockets to pay the toll. He has nice size, solid speed and shows on film to be a good blocker giving effort on every play even if that play goes to the opposite side of the field. He is smart and can get deep with double moves because he is always giving the impression that he is blocking before running a route on most plays when he is not considered the hot receiver. Charone is a weapon inside the red zone because of his large catch radius and love for the physical part of the game. He will not shy away from contact and uses a stiff arm to gain yardage after the catch. Charone is not as big as most possession receivers are, but he is strong and smart and he has the eye-hand coordination that is unique and needed to catch balls while being contested. With the right quarterback, Charone can become a weapon. CONCERNS Charone lacks the lateral explosion you like to see in the top receivers in a draft class. Without that lateral explosion, he has to play smarter. He has to stop dancing of the line of scrimmage trying to juke his way off because it takes too much time and he struggles to get open. He also has to run smart routes and use his hands better to get off the line. Charone also has to run more efficiently after the catch and not look so much for contact. He runs after the catch like he is a power running back looking for contact between the tackles to gain a few extra yards on a third down play. If he continues to run like this, injuries will keep him off the field. It might benefit Charone to add about five to ten more pounds of muscle to take the pounding at the next level. TALENT BOARD ROUND: 3 Charone has Roddy White type of talent to impact. He has to play smarter and run more efficient routes very much like Roddy had to learn to do in his early years. He also has to learn to stay healthy and not look so much for contact after the catch or like Roddy in his early years, he will be injured and not able to produce and learn on the field. If Charone gains some muscle and stays on the field, he will become an intricate part of the offense for the team that selects him in his first few years and after that he could become “THE” receiver for his team, but he does have some important issues to deal before that can happen because of his limits athletically. I like him and think he is a sleeper in the draft. Look for Charone on Rob’s board and if your team needs a complimentary receiver who has the potential to turn into a franchise receiver I think it would be real smart to draft him. Charone is the type of player who might be selected earlier than I have him rated and that might not be such a bad thing. Drew BoylhartAPR.2016
  3. Darren Lee LB/S Ohio St STRENGTHS Darren is a smart, athletic football player. When he anticipates a play, he is able to impact and create turnovers. Darren shows some leadership skills through his football intelligence and has the respect of his teammates and coaches. Darren works well attacking the line of scrimmage and defending in the passing game. He has the speed you look for that allows him to come from off the line of scrimmage and still disrupt a play behind the line of scrimmage. Darren shows on film the quick twitch and feet to impact as a cover linebacker/safety. He shows the football intelligence to be a coach on the field and there is no doubt in my mind that used in the right system, Darren can become a core player for the team that selects him. CONCERNS As a Linebacker, Darren lacks the stoutness against the run and the shed and tackle skills that you need to have to an impact in that position at the next level. He is what I would call a finesse linebacker who would need to run free to the play to impact. He also is a sloppy tackler although in the open field he does much better tackling because he knows he must make a sure tackle. Darren can make impact plays, but most of those plays are because of the play call or scheme that he is in at the time. TALENT BOARD ROUND: 2 Playing your position and playing it well is not a negative; it’s a positive. Nevertheless, playing a position at the college level well because you’re a good athlete does not mean you will play that same position well at the next level. I don’t think Darren is a linebacker for the next level. I think he is a safety or defensive back. He tackles like a defensive back; he covers like a defensive back. He comes from off the line of scrimmage to sack a quarterback like a defensive back. Everything in his play is more aligned to the defensive back position and not the linebacker position. When he is up near the line of scrimmage in run support, well, let’s just say that run support is not very supported. Can Darren be an impact player? The answer to that is, in the right scheme and position yes, but if poor coaching and in the wrong defensive scheme (one that keeps him close to the line of scrimmage), you better make sure he can run free or he will be swallowed up real easily. I like his cover skills and I think he can be an asset covering those big receivers in the slot because of his long arms, legs, quick feet and overall agility. He tackles well in the open field, so to me, he fits as a safety. Keep him at linebacker and you better make sure he is free to the play and will improve his tackling or you will be looking at an athletic player who will lack the impact his athletic talents suggest he’s capable of. Drew BoylhartFEB.2016
  4. Harry Potter Mafia - Game Thread

    If I get a gun I'm in.
  5. Harry Potter Mafia - Game Thread

    another where are they now...
  6. Harry Potter Mafia - Game Thread

    lol...just realized ctm is sitting back waiting to hammer...the slimeball actually thinks he gets more points for that...lulz
  7. Harry Potter Mafia - Game Thread

    FTR I am unavailable at the deadline. Also, find CTM and Verbal's play especially distastefulso when I'm gone just lynch Ape, CTM, and Verbal in any order.
  8. Harry Potter Mafia - Game Thread

    Stupid is as Pac does...why Crusher over the Ape?
  9. Harry Potter Mafia - Game Thread

    Hufflepuff!!!
  10. Harry Potter Mafia - Game Thread

    ^^^scummmy^^^^
  11. Harry Potter Mafia - Game Thread

    You know Pac is town. You scum!!!
  12. Harry Potter Mafia - Game Thread

    You missed your calling...
  13. Harry Potter Mafia - Game Thread

    The lifetime guarantee.