KRL Posted January 18, 2015 Share Posted January 18, 2015 I would assume most of these players are mid to late round draft picks - Had to be the worst QB play I've ever seen in an all-star game. Only one QB was average (Anthony Boone - Duke) everyone else was absolutely awful. They had trouble just keeping the ball in the field of play they were so bad. What made it worst was everyone knew the defense they were playing against and there was no blitzing - Josh Shaw (CB - USC) had an INT and appears to be one of the new "long CB" that the league is looking for. With the bad QB play though it's hard to tell how good he was - Damian Parms (S - Fla. Atlantic) had two INT's and appeared to have good range in the middle of the field. But again was it him or the bad QB play - John Miller (G - Louisville) was an absolute mauler with good flexibility to adjust to stunts and speed to get to the second level - ZaDarius Smith (DE - Kentucky) edge pass rusher that lived in the backfield all day. Also strong enough to hold the edge in the run game - Anthony Chickillo (DE - Miami) edge pass rusher that lived in the backfield all day. Very fast first step - Xavier Williams (DT - No. Iowa) penetrating "3 technique" DT - Jermauria Rasco (DE - LSU) another edge pass rusher that lived in the backfield all day The below players stood out with their movement skills but because of the horrid QB play they didn't have a chance to make plays: - Tre McBride (WR - William & Mary) - Tye Smith (CB - Towson) - Justin Coleman (CB - Tenn) - Bobby McCain (CB - Memphis) Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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