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Old 04-17-2017, 04:02 PM   #61
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Zach Cunningham is a need pick. I can think of 5 players off the top of my head that would be far better picks.

He's not a first rd player
I disagree...in part.

I think he IS a first round player, but he'd also be a need pick if acquiring him necessitated any kind of trade up.

He gets knocked because he's a little unique as a player; really weird tackler. His form leaves a lot to be desired but he's not a conventional drag tackler either. He's a 'roll' tackler for lack of a better way of putting it. He locks on and rolls guys over. He's actually damn effective.

But yeah, it looks funny. And while his athleticism doesn't leap off the page, people forget to consider how his reach impacts what he can get to. He's not as quick as Foster but where Foster gains a step running, Cunningham gets that right back by having go go gadget arms.

He's a different kind of player so people don't know what to think about him. Personally I think he'll be a damn good player that will go around pick 45 at the latest and could easily get up into the mid-20s.
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