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Old 04-27-2018, 06:08 PM  
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Speaks finished strong in his final year in Oxford, sacking the quarterback six times in the team's final six games from the defensive end position. He started all 12 games for the Rebels in 2017, posting 67 tackles, eight for loss which included seven sacks to garner second-team All-SEC by league media. The Jackson, Mississippi native and four-star recruit was a defensive tackle initially, redshirting in 2014 and then starting two of 13 games played the following year (32 tackles, 5.5 for loss, one sack, two pass breakups). Speaks played in every game again as a sophomore, starting seven, making 28 tackles, 1.5 for loss, and a sack.
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  • Big man with good speed and plus athletic ability
  • Has experience at a variety of spots along defensive line
  • Has size and length to play in odd or even front
  • Punches with good hand placement, arm extension and rolled hips when allowed to two-gap
  • Has attitude and edge
  • Flashes potential to become more proficient with hands as a weapon
  • Able to play ahead of move blocks and disrupt into backside gaps
  • Plays with plus awareness
  • Responds well to flow of the play
  • Offers a little more pass rush than expected as power end
  • Pairs hands and feet to help free him as interior rusher along the edge
  • Arm-over move has some potential
Weaknesses
  • Had just one season of big production
  • Inconsistent at leveraging gap
  • Plays top-heavy with high pad level
  • Allows blockers under his pads when attacking gaps
  • Hip-tightness leads to narrowing of his base
  • Struggles to hold ground against down blocks and can be rolled out of the gap
  • Has straight line speed, but lateral agility and foot quickness are average in tight quarters
  • Goes over the edge with emotions
  • Chippy hitter willing to lead with helmet when play is ending
  • Ejected for targeting against Kentucky and ejected against Mississippi State for two unsportsmanlike penalties












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Old 04-27-2018, 07:10 PM   #106
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THis.

The trade is what I had a problem with. He could have been had at 54.
You know this how? And really, WTF difference does it make? 44 v 54? Seems that's fishing for something to gripe about.
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So, if they were polling better than Trump and the primary goal was to prevent Hillary from becoming POTUS, perhaps it would have been a better strategic decision to nominate someone who actually had a chance of beating her and preventing that than nominating Donald Trump.
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Old 04-27-2018, 07:10 PM   #107
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Pay attention, folks. We have some NFL scouts in the house with really fresh takes. I'd pay for more of this.
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Old 04-27-2018, 07:11 PM   #108
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THis.

The trade is what I had a problem with. He could have been had at 54.
You don't know that.

I think the guys who research this, for the sake of their careers, had a better read on the situation.
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Old 04-27-2018, 07:11 PM   #109
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Basing it off the Miss St. game, the kid does diagnose plays well in space with hustle hence the Tamba comparison.

Though the kid does get caught up in the wash at times of if he doesn't get the initial push at a sideline choke point.

From that video, he seems like a rotational player with versatility LB/DL
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Basing it off the Miss St. game, the kid does diagnose plays well in space with hustle hence the Tamba comparison.

Though the kid does get caught up in the wash at times of if he doesn't get the initial push at a sideline choke point.

From that video, he seems like a rotational player with versatility LB/DL
I saw a breakdown that said he has shit for technique. So what I take from that is, you are seeing raw talent and instinct. NFL Coaches will teach him the technique. He has very long arms for a man his size.

If he can get the edge or get a strong bull rush, I see a lot of tipped balls or grabbed arms coming which should lead to a lot of incomplete passes, picks and fumbles.
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You know this how? And really, WTF difference does it make? 44 v 54? Seems that's fishing for something to gripe about.
Really??? You dont know the difference beteeen 44 and 54 - This expains a LOT.

This guy is likely there at 54 and KC gets to keep their 3rd. THAT is the difference.
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Really??? You dont know the difference beteeen 44 and 54 - This expains a LOT.

This guy is likely there at 54 and KC gets to keep their 3rd. THAT is the difference.
What's the difference? Explain it to us all. I want to know what insight you have that they didn't?
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Watching that Miss St. tape, he can definitely play on the edge
Watch the LSU and A&M games as well. He was unblockable.
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I saw a breakdown that said he has shit for technique. So what I take from that is, you are seeing raw talent and instinct. NFL Coaches will teach him the technique. He has very long arms for a man his size.

If he can get the edge or get a strong bull rush, I see a lot of tipped balls or grabbed arms coming which should lead to a lot of incomplete passes, picks and fumbles.
I see elements of Chris Jones - wonder if he's hung as nicely?
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Seems fair, honestly. What's your Bitcoin address, I'll send it over.
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I see elements of Chris Jones - wonder if he's hung as nicely?
I hear he is not as wide but has better stamina.....
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This guy is likely there at 54 and KC gets to keep their 3rd. THAT is the difference.
They kept a 3rd round pick, they just switched positions.
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What's the difference? Explain it to us all. I want to know what insight you have that they didn't?
Here's the explanation

By trading up to 46 from 54, we were forced to trade our #78 pick in exchange for a #100 pick

So we now have 46, 86, and 100

Had we stayed put, it's possible Speaks is there at 54, then we would have 78 and 86.

Assuming Breeland would still be there at 54, the value would have been much higher for KC to stay put
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They kept a 3rd round pick, they just switched positions.
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