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Looks like a BAP pick here, at least if you believe Draft Network who had him as a Day 2 selection: 

RED FLAGS - None

Cashman tested off the charts at the Combine, posting results that match the athleticism he shows on tape. There is zero question that Cashman has the athleticism and coverage ability to play all three downs in the NFL, preferably as a WILL linebacker. Cashman is at his best when he can get ID quickly and get on his horse, showing quick feet and clean processing to find the ball and arrive on schedule. 

Yes, he has some issues with discipline at times, he’ll bounce off a few tackles here and there and he isn’t going to physically dominate the opposition as a block deconstructor. Cashman needs some work, but his athleticism and intensity suggest a decently high ceiling in the NFL, especially if he continues to improve in his key-and-diagnose ability. Ideal day two target.

Round Grade - Mid Day 2

https://thedraftnetwork.com/player/blake-cashman

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Just now, Integrity28 said:

But is he Baby Gronk?

Probably not. 

I didn't like the LB selection here so took the time to look him up and this sorta consoled me. 

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7 minutes ago, BROOKLYN JET said:

No baby Luke Kuechly.

This would be pretty sweet. 

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I love him. I love him. But I don’t know if he was the pick. But as a player he’s my guy.

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Everything reeks of the Jets transitioning to more of a 4-3.

Regardless of what Gase or anyone else says.

 

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1 minute ago, Untouchable said:

Everything reeks of the Jets transitioning to more of a 4-3.

Regardless of what Gase or anyone else says.

 

Correct. I see this.

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DE Leonard Williams 

DT Henry Anderson 

DT Quinnen Williams 

DE Jordan Jenkins/Jachai Polite 

 

LOLB Avery Williamson 

MLB C.J. Mosley

ROLB Blake Cashman 

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Baby Darron Lee with bad shoulders, except properly drafted in the 5th round.

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Most people saying it’s a steal. Not a need but who really cares at this stage.

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3 minutes ago, Untouchable said:

DE Leonard Williams 

DT Henry Anderson 

DT Quinnen Williams 

DE Jordan Jenkins/Jachai Polite 

 

LOLB Avery Williamson 

MLB C.J. Mosley

ROLB Blake Cashman 

Not sure that Williamson is a 4-3 LB 🧐

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3 minutes ago, 32EBoozer said:

Not sure that Williamson is a 4-3 LB 🧐

I think he’s pretty much tailor made to play the Sam role in a 4-3.

Play him in Eric Barton’s old role. They’re similar players anyway.

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7 minutes ago, Beerfish said:

Baby Darron Lee with bad shoulders, except properly drafted in the 5th round.

Ha.  Just saw this and posted the same thing. 

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8 minutes ago, Beerfish said:

Baby Darron Lee with bad shoulders, except properly drafted in the 5th round.

Except slightly bigger, more explosive and smarter.

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9 minutes ago, Untouchable said:

DE Leonard Williams 

DT Henry Anderson 

DT Quinnen Williams 

DE Jordan Jenkins/Jachai Polite 

 

LOLB Avery Williamson 

MLB C.J. Mosley

ROLB Blake Cashman 

Anderson - Quinnen - Leo

Jenkins - Avery - Mosley - Polite

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5 minutes ago, jetstream23 said:

Anderson - Quinnen - Leo

Jenkins - Avery - Mosley - Polite

Sure, that’s what I expect our base 3-4 looks to resemble. With Polite and Copeland rotating.

But I don’t think we’d be sticking a bunch of square pegs into round holes by moving towards more of a 4-3, which Gregg Williams has always predominantly featured.

That’s also how you’re going to get the most out of Quinnen.

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16 minutes ago, Untouchable said:

Everything reeks of the Jets transitioning to more of a 4-3.

Regardless of what Gase or anyone else says.

 

i didn't see where gase has more than cursory input into the defensive schemes.  isn't williams more like a defense head coach and will choose the schemes based on the personnel he has?  i din't have much preference as long as they have the right guys.

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Now this is a great pick. If any of you have watched any Minnesota games he was a beast. A heart of a lion and a leader. He is a tackling machine.  Wesco was a terrible pick but Mac rebounded here

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Williams seems to be getting pieces for scheme flexibility 

I like it 

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5 minutes ago, Tony The Wiz said:

Now this is a great pick. If any of you have watched any Minnesota games he was a beast. A heart of a lion and a leader. He is a tackling machine.  Wesco was a terrible pick but Mac rebounded here

That was my reaction to Wesco pick

a fellow Jets fan then texted me this:

 

Just got a text from a HC who coached against WVU TE Trevon Wesco...”dude is a junkyard dawg, just scratching the surface & wasn’t featured at WVU...legit talent” #Jets

guess we will see   So youre saying theres a chance....

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3 minutes ago, Bowles Movement said:

That was my reaction to Wesco pick

a fellow Jets fan then texted me this:

 

Just got a text from a HC who coached against WVU TE Trevon Wesco...”dude is a junkyard dawg, just scratching the surface & wasn’t featured at WVU...legit talent” #Jets

guess we will see   So youre saying theres a chance....

He is a tough guy and a good blocker but he can't get open. He doesn't have quick feet and is more of a Fullback than a TE in this day NFL

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3 minutes ago, Tony The Wiz said:

He is a tough guy and a good blocker but he can't get open. He doesn't have quick feet and is more of a Fullback than a TE in this day NFL

He caught 26 balls for average of 14 yds a reception   Not getting open or not being featured?   We will see

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1 minute ago, Bowles Movement said:

He caught 26 balls for average of 14 yds a reception   Not getting open or not being featured?   We will see

Have you ever watch the Big 12.  They play no defense except TCU. 

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I think he’s pretty much tailor made to play the Sam role in a 4-3.
Play him in Eric Barton’s old role. They’re similar players anyway.
That's good to hear. Barton used to hit like a truck.

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2 minutes ago, Obrien2Toon said:

I’m torn, I love guys like this

but another ILb

you win teh most reasonable response award!

 

for reals. the hyperbole around here is sorta very extremely nauseating

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If you don't watch college like myself, then here are some of his highlights to get a feel of what type of player he is





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I'm sure this guy is a nice pick but once again it does highlight mac making picks to cover for his utter fail picks a year or so before.

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1 hour ago, Untouchable said:

Everything reeks of the Jets transitioning to more of a 4-3.

Regardless of what Gase or anyone else says.

 

Bingo! 

I think it would be for the better

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