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Mr. Laz 02-21-2013 04:52 PM

*** The Official Draft Chance Warmack Thread ***
 
On Friday, ESPN's Todd McShay called the former Alabama guard one of the best players, regardless of position, in this year's draft.

On a conference call with reporters Monday, Mike Mayock took it one step further. The NFL Network analyst suggested that Warmack should be one of four players considered by the Kansas City Chiefs, who hold the draft's No. 1 overall pick.

“Chance Warmack is the best player I’ve seen on film this season,” Mayock said.

Chance Warmack, G, Alabama
Height: 6-3. Weight: 320.
Projected 40 Time: 5.30


STRENGTHS: Warmack is considerably lighter on his feet than one would expect given his stout frame, and is adept at meeting and eliminating linebackers at the second level.
In pass protection, Warmack does a nice job of supplying an initial punch and grasping hold of his opponent, showing good lateral agility to slide as well as the anchor to handle powerful bull-rushers.

Warmack is equally effective when asked to drive defensive tackles off the ball or beat linebackers to the action at the second level.

WEAKNESSES: Due to his lack of height, Warmack may lack the position versatility of his more recognizable linemates Barrett Jones and D.J. Fluker, but he is further along in his development than Fluker and, frankly, makes more eye-popping blocks than Jones. Size means that he'll be relegated strictly to interior blocking in the NFL.

COMPARES TO: Will Shields, OG, Kansas City Chiefs -- Let's be clear, no incoming rookie truly deserves comparison to a first ballot Hall of Famer, but Warmack is a rare prospect. While perhaps a tad shorter than ideal, Warmack uses his natural leverage advantage to consistently get under the pads of his opponents, driving them off of the ball in the running game and anchoring in pass protection. His lateral agility and balance make him effective getting to and blocking at the second level and handling quicker pass rushers, as well.

He has a long way to go before threatening Shields' record of 231 consecutive starts in the NFL, but proved durable in the SEC, starting every game the past three seasons.

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htismaqe 02-21-2013 04:54 PM

ROFL

This is awesome!

PGM 02-21-2013 04:59 PM

Bjorn!!!!!!!!!!!

Reaper16 02-21-2013 05:00 PM

He probably is the best individual football player in this draft, yes. Not a single second's thought should be spent considering drafting him. All-pro caliber Guards are complimentary pieces at best.

Tribal Warfare 02-21-2013 05:00 PM

and his dick must be 15 + inches long too

Mr_Tomahawk 02-21-2013 05:07 PM

I didn't start this one...

htismaqe 02-21-2013 05:08 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Mr_Tomahawk (Post 9423801)
I didn't start this one...

No, if you did it would be the *** The Official Draft Chance Womack Thread ***.

:D

Tribal Warfare 02-21-2013 05:09 PM

One thing that made Will Shields really unique was when the line was in a pinch with injuries he could play LT and well too.

SNR 02-21-2013 05:17 PM

Pretty entertaining to see the draft "experts" act like absolute ****ing retards this offseason in an attempt to stick to their bullshit master narrative.

Ignoring for a moment the idiocy of drafting a guard at #1, it's equally asinine to think that Warmack is a dynamic once-in-a-generation player at his position.

We were told exactly that about DeCastro last year. Flaws showed up in training camp, then the dude got injured.

Warmack played next to Barrett Jones and DJ Fluker, was in a very friendly system that showcases the offensive line, and had a stable of talented RBs behind him. If there's a Ken Dorsey-type of player who looks artificially great in this draft due to the ****ing stacked team he played on, it's Warmack.

Also, why the hell weren't we talking about Warmack until this senior season? Why didn't draft guys spot this kid in his sophomore and junior seasons and say, "Now THERE'S a ****ing football player! He'll be amazing when he comes out." If he's that kind of once-in-a-generation talent at his position, he would have been mentioned all over draft blogs like Walter the same way Luck, Berry, and players like that got treated.

B14ckmon 02-21-2013 05:19 PM

I 100% ENDORSE THIS THREAD!

Prison Bitch 02-21-2013 05:20 PM

I dunno, I think the Chiefs could use the next Robert Gallery?

O.city 02-21-2013 05:21 PM

Read on twitter today some teams have Cooper as a better OG.

Bowser 02-21-2013 05:21 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by B14ckmon (Post 9423828)
I 100% ENDORSE THIS THREAD!

Just so Geno can drop down to the spottd kittens? You can **** right the **** off.

Clyde Frog 02-21-2013 05:22 PM

Gay test:

Drafting a Guard @ 1/1 is
a) good
b) some of the stupidest C**K S**KING, TAINT LICKING, SACK SLURPING bullshit youve ever heard

B14ckmon 02-21-2013 05:22 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Bowser (Post 9423837)
Just so Geno can drop down to the spottd kittens? You can **** right the **** off.

We would never draft him and I wouldn't want them to?


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