2015 Draft

Steelers 2015 Draft: Top 70 Big Board 6.0

Well it’s been around two weeks since I posted the last Big Board. The first wave of free agency has come and gone and holy cow what a wave! The Philadelphia Eagles, St. Louis Rams, Detroit Lions, Baltimore Ravens and many more teams were wheeling and dealing during the legal tampering period and when free agency kicked off. The Miami Dolphins made a major splash signing with Ndamukong Suh and the New York Jets re-signed big name cornerbacks and familiar faces, Darelle Revis and Antonio Cromartie. Big name pass rushers like Pernell McPhee and Brandon Graham were off the market within the first 48 hours of the free agency frenzy. The New Orleans Saints were trading star players away left and right.

All of the madness that was the first week of free agency occurred and the Pittsburgh Steelers did little more than sign some of their own and watch their marquee free agent Jason Worilds retire for religious reasons. The Steelers retained the services of outside linebacker Arthur Moats, cornerback Antwon Blake, safety Robert Golden, tight end Matt Spaeth, and fullback Will Johnson. Additionally, they happened to give a $99 million dollar deal to their franchise quarterback Ben Roethlisberger.

None of the aforementioned moves garnered much fanfare and Steelers faithful loudly protested to the lack of activity coming from the Steelers front office given the decent amount of cap space available. However, Steelers management was happy to sit back and watch as other teams overpaid for free agents. Outside of the anomaly of Mike Mitchell last year, the Steelers will continue to build through the draft. Given their typical lack of big name signings in March, the Steelers draft priorities remain unchanged if not more emphasized. I believe Arthur Moats is a guy that can start capably but the front office has got to draft a long term starter at outside linebacker and add some much needed depth.

The Steelers signed veteran running back DeAngelo Williams to a two year deal last Friday that gives some better insurance in the backfield if and when Le’Veon Bell’s suspension news comes through. Williams looks to be a great locker room presence and an extremely valuable spot starter and reliever but it’s important to note that he’s turning 32 next month. It wouldn’t be surprising if the Steelers went after a running back at least in the final three rounds of the draft, if not sooner. For what it’s worth I’m leaving running backs on here because Kevin Colbert likes to take value where he sees it.

I’ve shortened up and tried to update almost all the notes on players to make this list a little more readable as it grows. If you’re curious to see full notes on players check out the first five versions of this big board. There are ten more players on the board to look over and think about.

As always, please remember this is a fluid board that is subject to change as we move further along in the process. As a reminder, I’ve tried to leave some guys off that I feel will be obviously off the board when the Steelers pick (i.e. Leonard Williams) or won’t be there when the Steelers pick at that position (Gurley/Gordon won’t be there in the late 2nd). If you have some players you think should be on there that aren’t or you see a guy that you think shouldn’t even be in the discussion feel free to tell me but also include why you think that in your comment. Let’s have some more interesting discussions as we get further along in the process.

So without further ado here is the Steelers Depot Big Board 6.0

1) Alvin “Bud” Dupree – Defensive End/Outside Linebacker – Kentucky – 6’4″ 269 lbs. – You can basically just consider Bud Dupree and Dante Fowler 1A and 1B as far as I’m concerned. It’s very close. I still love the comfort Bud has in dropping into coverage but man did he get pushed around against Florida. He doesn’t have the best instincts either.

2) Dante Fowler Jr. – Defensive End/Outside Linebacker – Florida – 6’3″ 261 lbs. – Fowler is so quick and I love his spin move. Looks good when dipping his shoulder and turning the corner. I just wish he converted speed to power better.

3) Trae Waynes – Cornerback – Michigan State – 6-1″ 183 lbs. – This is a cornerback class lacking in top end talent but I think the demand for the position and his ability puts Waynes out of the Steelers’ grasp. However, not sure what it is about Michigan State corners but he is awful grabby like Dennard was.

4) Maxx Williams – Tight End – Minnesota – 6’4″ 250 lbs. – Maxx is still the top tight end in this class. He might not be the athletic freak that Eric Ebron was but he’s a really good all-around player and I think he could be a 10 year starter.

5) Marcus Peters – Cornerback – Washington – 6’0″ 190 lbs. – Peters is insanely talented. He can play press man, off man, and in zone. Short area quickness is impressive. He is an absolute head case off the field. Might be off the Steelers board altogether but I thought the same thing about Mike Adams.

6) Brandon Scherff – Offensive Tackle/Guard – Iowa – 6’5″ 320 lbs. – Iowa has produced some really great NFL offensive line talent over the past few years. He can play tackle, probably even left tackle, but I think he could be a monster at guard. He has the power to get great push. He has the athleticism and lateral agility to pull and get to the second level. Needs to be more tenacious in pass protection.

7) Shane Ray – Defensive End/Outside Linebacker – Missouri – – 6’3” 245 lbs. – Ray is a fantastic athlete with elite athleticism. He’s got crazy speed around the edge. He has a really high motor and he can get great bend but it’s not consistent. I worry about his ankle flexibility. Workouts aren’t everything but his three-cone time was terrible. Not great length.

8) Vic Beasley – Defensive End/Outside Linebacker – Clemson – 6’3″ 246 lbs. – Nasty first step. He’s added some sand in his pants but that doesn’t necessarily equate to functional strength. He still looks like he’s going to get pushed around and not be able to set the edge.That closing speed is nasty though.

9) Jalen Collins – Cornerback – LSU – 6’1″ 203 lbs. – Great length. Nice long speed. Looks really good in press. I like his vertical ability. Not great lateral agility. Mediocre change of direction makes him susceptible to smaller, faster wide receivers like Antonio Brown.

10) Kevin Johnson – Cornerback – Wake Forest – 6’0″ 188 lbs. – Quick twitch athlete. He gained some weight before the combine but he’s still got a slight frame. He hits like a bigger guy. Cover skills are excellent. Steelers management seems to be fans.

11) Landon Collins – Strong Safety – Alabama – 6’1″ 203 lbs. – Not sure the Steelers want to draft a strong safety with Shamarko Thomas waiting in the wings but they might not be able to pass on the talent of Collins if he’s there. He’s awful in deep coverage though. Not a ton of game time experience for such a highly touted prospect.

12) Quinten Rollins – Cornerback – Miami of Ohio – 5’11” 203 lbs. – Rollins is a former basketball player with only one year of college football experience. He is extremely raw but extremely talented. He’s going to need some serious coaching at the next level. Tremendous upside.

13) P.J. Williams – Cornerback – Florida State – 6’0″ 195 lbs. – Williams has good size and an impressive resume as the defensive MVP of the 2014 BCS National Championship. Plays a lot of press-man. He has a reckless style of play which is great when he’s making hits but it causes him to overpursue and misdiagnose plays sometimes.

14) Randy Gregory – Defensive End/Outside Linebacker – Nebraska – 6’5″ 235 lbs. – Long, rangy athlete plays similar to Browns outside linebacker Barkevious Mingo. Explosive first step when standing up. He can use a bevy of different pass rush moves. He’s able to get off blocks pretty effectively. So light though. Not strong enough when rushing the passer.

15) T.J. Clemmings – Offensive Tackle – Pitt – 6’5″ 305 lbs. – He’s got a lean, athletic build. Great foot quickness. Knee bender. I really love his kickslide. I feel like he could fit well in the Steelers scheme. Good punch. Not a ton of experience. Still a little frantic when blocking at the second level (this could improve with time and coaching). I think he has the athleticism and ability to be a left tackle, especially under the tutelage of Mike Munchak. (He’s had a pre-draft visit with the Steelers. Not surprising considering he’s a local kid. Steelers coaches were also at Pitt’s pro day of course and Munchak ran Clemmings through some drills.)

16) Ifo Ekpre-Olomu – Cornerback – Oregon – 5-9″ 195 lbs. – He was viewed as one of the top cornerback prospects until his terrible knee injury. He lacks the height you would expect in a top-flight cornerback but he has some absolutely elite athletic skills. I still love Ifo’s ability but his knee injury likely has him falling out of the first two rounds.

17) Jordan Phillips – Defensive Tackle – Oklahoma – 6’6″ 334 lbs. – He’s a huge guy that plays like a smaller player (in a good way). A guy his size shouldn’t be that explosive. He can line up at nose tackle but he would also cause some serious headaches for offensive lines in sub packages. He can eat space and allow linebackers to flow or he can be a dangerous penetrator.

18) Owamagbe Odighizuwa – Defensive End/Outside Linebacker – UCLA – 6’3″ 270 lbs. – He wins the hardest name in the Draft to pronounce contest. He’s extremely strong and can be a great run defender from day one. Relentless motor but he’s not very polished as a pass rusher. I’m just not sure he can fit in a 3-4. He reminds me a bit of Justin Houston though.

19) Danny Shelton -Defensive Tackle – Washington – 6’2″ 339 lbs. – Big nose tackle who can take on double teams. He uses his hands well. A rare nose tackle who can likely stay on the field for all 3 downs.

20) Jake Fisher – Offensive Tackle/Guard – Oregon – 6’6″ 306 lbs. – Could be an excellent zone guard. Great change of direction. He can get to the second level quick. Opens himself up to the bull rush too often. Good frame but not enough bulk. Not a roadgrader in the run game.

21) Hau’Oli Kikaha – Defensive End/Outside Linebacker – Washington – 6’2 1/2″ 246 lbs. – I don’t think he has a really high ceiling but I think he can quickly become a contributor. I’m not as concerned with his injury history as some.

22) Eli Harold – Defensive End/Outside Linebacker – Virginia – 6’4″ 250 lbs – Harold was a 2 year starter in Charlottesville who contributed greatly to an outstanding Cavaliers defense. He doesn’t show great flexibility when rushing and lets linemen get into his chest too easily.

23) Derron Smith – Safety – Fresno State – 5’11” 195 lbs. – He’s an incredible ballhawk that can cover receivers and provide solid run support in the box. He’s got great vision and awareness but he still takes poor angles.

24) Alex Carter – Cornerback – Stanford – 6’0″ 202 lbs. – He’s got good size. I like him a lot as a press corner. He also looks comfortable playing zone. He’ll help out in run support. If he doesn’t jam his man well in press he’s not great in man coverage. Not a guy with great deep speed. I need to see more tape on him.

25) La’el Collins – Offensive Tackle/Guard – LSU – 6’5″ 321 lbs. – Collins could probably play right tackle but I think he’d be a fringe Pro Bowler at guard. He’s got a nice mean streak to him. I like him as a pass protector but the only problem with him moving to guard is he sometimes struggles with interior pass rushers (especially faster guys). He plays a little high sometimes.

26) Danielle Hunter – Defensive End/Outside Linebacker – LSU – 6’5″ 252 lbs. – His measurables are extremely attractive. Exceptionally fluid athlete. Nonstop motor. He needs to learn to use his hands better. College pass rushing production was less than stellar  (1.5 sacks in 2014)

27) Preston Smith – Defensive End/Outside Linebacker – Mississippi State – 6’6″ 270 lbs. – Our own Alex Kozora did a great write up on Smith. I think he’s a big, versatile guy who can put offensive skill position players in a hurt locker.. Not overly fast, not extremely flexible. I like how he sets the edge and I love his length.

28) Tevin Coleman – Running Back – Indiana – 5’11” 206 lbs. – This kid is highly explosive. Hate to use this old argument but I almost didn’t put him on the board because I think like Gurley and Gordon he’s going to be off the board when the Steelers pick a running back. Great outlet in the passing game. Excellent pass protector. I love his violent running style. His legs are always churning. However, he’s not patient enough. He tries to hit the home run every time like Chris Johnson and ends up missing cutback lanes. One of the most enjoyable players in this class to watch.

29) Clive Walford – Tight End – Miami – 6’4″ 258 lbs. – Walford made himself some money at the Senior Bowl. He offers great value because he can line up as an H-back, in the slot and as an in-line blocker. I like him as an in-line blocker best and I think he uses his long arms well. Doesn’t have the best hands.

30) David Johnson – Running Back – Northern Iowa – 6’1″ 229 lbs. – He’s a big boy who can be an asset in the passing game. I love his jump cut ability. Johnson’s not very quick though. He was a guy that really popped at the East-West Shrine Game and Senior Bowl.

31) Cameron Erving – Florida State – 6’5” 310 lbs. – Tackle/Guard/Center – Erving is an extremely versatile lineman with a rare combination of size and athleticism. The more tape I watched on him the less impressed I became. I think he goes too high for what his true value is.

32) Laken Tomlinson – Offensive Guard – 6’3″ 330 lbs. – I like Tomlinson because of the fact that he’s strong and can push guys around. I don’t like the fact that he doesn’t always use great technique and he lacks the athleticism to pull and to get to the next level.

33) Jay Ajayi – Running Back – Boise State – 6’0″ 221 lbs. – Tough, downhill runner. He’s got nice size and great feet. Love the yards after contact he gets. Nice, physical back in between the tackles. Doesn’t turn the corner well.  His ball security is not good.

34) Nate Orchard – Defensive End/Outside Linebacker – Utah – 6’3″ 251 lbs. – I’m not as high on Orchard as some but I see the talent there. Good hand placement. He has enough strength at the point of attack to set the edge. To me he just doesn’t do anything extraordinarily well. Too much finesse for my liking.

35) Malcolm Brown – Defensive Tackle – Texas – 6’2″ 320 lbs. – Very athletic with quick feet for a big guy. Good football IQ. He’s got a great nose for the football (sniffs out run plays very well). He’s got the ability to disengage from blocks and moves down the offensive line which would make him great at defending against zone schemes the Steelers have been burned by.

36) Arik Armstead – Defensive Tackle/Defensive End – Oregon – 6’7″ 295 lbs. – He has got crazy length and size. Armstead is an explosive athlete who uses his leverage and size well. Gets off blocks consistently. He’s an athletic freak with tons of ability but not much in terms of production. He doesn’t have any counters when pass rushing and he plays too high. He just can’t seem to put it all together.

37) Ronald Darby – Cornerback Florida State – 5’11” 195 lbs. – Very fast corner. Darby is a special teams contributor. He’s a good cover corner who can be physical but also use his speed to eliminate separation. Good recovery speed too. Good at breaking up passes but he’s not a ballhawk.

38) Jaquiski Tartt – Strong Safety – Samford – 6’1″ 218 lbs. – He’s one of the best small school prospects there is in this class. Excellent in run support. He’s got great vision in the secondary. Nasty tackler who will wrap  the ball carrier up. Very aggressive. He doesn’t have great long speed or great recovery speed. You can’t really use him as a single high safety. He’s a taller Shamarko Thomas

39) Ali Marpet – Center/Guard – Hobart – 6’4″ 310 lbs. – Marpet impressed a lot of people at the Senior Bowl. Extremely consistent. He’s a small school guy with respectable strength, who uses his hands well. He’s got good leverage and uses great technique. I think he could play center or guard in a zone scheme.

40) Carl Davis – Defensive Tackle/Defensive End – Iowa – 6’5″ 315 lbs. – He projects as a 5 technique in the 3-4 but I think he’s better suited as a defensive tackle in a 4-3. Good at shedding blocks. Powerful against double teams. Great leverage. Able to quickly diagnose plays. He needs a lot more stamina. Not very explosive for a guy that will likely be a high draft pick. A little too much of a Ziggy Hood type player but I need to watch some more tape on him.

41) David Cobb – Running Back – Minnesota – 5’11” 220 lbs. – He’s a physical runner who is going to do his best work after first contact. I like his patience in setting up blocks. Not a great receiver out of the backfield though. Not a guy that does great on outside runs. He’s got ball security issues.

42) Steven Nelson – Cornerback – Oregon State – 5’11” 194 lbs. – He’s got decent but not great size. He’s a big tackler and never backs down in the run game. Good closing speed but not great acceleration. He’s a little too quick to take a holding penalty.

43) Jesse James – Tight End – Penn State – 6’7″ 254 lbs. – This kid is incredibly tall even for a tight end. He needs a little more meat on the bones. He’s an average run blocker at best. I like his ability to get open in zones and I love his height in the red zone. He’s not a smooth route runner at all though. He’s not as physical as he should be, either, for a guy his size. Hard to say what his true potential is at the next level.

44) Eddie Goldman – Defensive Tackle – Florida State – 6’4″ 336 lbs. – Big guy who will hog space in the middle. Great power. Consistently blows up run plays. He can push the pocket. However, he’s not a consistent pass rusher inside and not a great penetrator. I’m not sure he’s a big enough improvement over Steve McLendon and Big Dan McCullers.

45) Tyler Kroft – Tight End – Rutgers – 6’6″ 240 lbs. – I love Kroft’s size and versatility. I think he can play in-line, get split out wide or be an H-back. He’s a crazy good blocker, which could give him instant starting potential. He can be a deep threat too. I worry about his hands and the fact that he doesn’t seem like a natural route runner at times. Intriguing guy.

46) Markus Golden – Defensive End/Outside Linebacker- Missouri – 6’3″ 260 lbs. -He’s a good tackler with a pretty high motor and excellent football intelligence. He’s a bull rusher with a mediocre pass-rushing repertoire. He lacks great lateral agility. Just doesn’t have great bend or great speed.

47) Lorenzo Mauldin – Defensive End/Outside Linebacker – Louisville – 6’4″ 252 lbs. – I love the motor on this kid. He’s very physical and I like his vision on the field. However… he doesn’t bend well. He plays too high. He can’t convert speed to power well at all. But he plays the run pretty well. Might not become an All Pro but he’s a solid football player you’d like to have as depth at least.

48) T.J. Yeldon – Running Back – Alabama – 6’2″ 221 lbs. -. I like Yeldon more than most people. Some people dislike his upright running style but this was a knock on Bell coming out as well. He’s got a good frame. He has quick feet. I like his jump cuts and his crazy good lateral agility. Now, for the bad news. Yeldon’s not very good in pass protection.

49) Devin Funchess – Tight End/Wide Receiver – Michigan – 6’5″ 230 lbs. – Nobody knows whether he’s going to be used as a TE or wideout. I like him much better as a tight end. He presents mismatch opportunities. He could stand to add some more weight to his frame. He’s a long strider.

50) Ameer Abdullah – Running Back – Nebraska – 5’9″ 205 lbs. – Mighty Mouse running back that reminds me of a cross between Ray Rice and Andre Ellington. Crazy strong lower body. Hits the hole with authority. Great receiver out of the backfield. Punt return and kick return ability. Patient runner, willing to set up blocks. Size will always be an issue and he won’t be getting any bigger. Below average pass protector. He has to stop putting the rock on the ground. He had 13 career fumbles over 4 years where he didn’t start every game.

51) Max Valles – Defensive End/Outside Linebacker – Virginia – 6’5″ 251 lbs. – He’s got excellent bend. I like how he dips his shoulder and rips around the corner. He can stand up or put his hand in the dirt. More fiery rushing the passer than defending the run. Not great vision right now. He got a lot of favorable looks due to attention shown to Eli Harold. He’s got to beef up his pass rushing moves and use better technique.

52) Quandre Diggs – Cornerback – Texas – 5’10” 195 lbs. – Diggs is an intriguing cornerback prospect. He’s a four-year starter that played in the slot and outside. I worry that he doesn’t have the size to play on the perimeter. He’s a smooth, fluid athlete with great football IQ.

53) Jacoby Glenn – Cornerback – UCF – 6’0″ 186 lbs. – He’s got the height but you’d like to see some more meat on his bones. Glenn is a physical corner who uses his hands well. Does a good job mirroring routes. He can play off as well as man. He’s got a bit of a robotic back pedal. His deep speed is lacking.

54) Ben Koyack – Tight End – Notre Dame 6’5″ 254 lbs. – He’s quick in and out of his breaks. Koyack’s hands are strong and he attacks the ball. Fantastic run blocker who has good leverage. He’s a tough player. Not an explosive athlete. Still pretty raw.

55) Jeremy Langford – Running Back – Michigan State – 6’0″ 208 lbs. – Versatile athlete who played wide receiver and cornerback at MSU. Does well at working through the trash. Great at turning the corner. He doesn’t break tackles. Doesn’t hit the hole inside with authority. His YAC suffers because he doesn’t fight hard enough for extra yardage.

56) A.J. Cann – Offensive Guard – South Carolina – 6’4″ 311 lbs. – Best true guard in this weak guard class. Excellent drive blocker. He’s athletic enough to block in space and pull. Smart player. Great at anchoring against the bull rush. He’s a little too slow at times against speed rushers inside. Plays low but loses his balance too often from lunging instead of punching.

57) Trey Flowers – Defensive End/Outside Linebacker – Arkansas – 6’3″ 270 lbs. – Great technician as an edge rusher but he’s still a little raw. Not an elite athlete. Lacks explosion or a great first step. Not sure where he fits in the Steelers defense. Not big enough to be a 3-4 end not athletic enough to be a 3-4 outside linebacker. You’d like to see more bend too.

58) Kevin White – Cornerback – TCU – 5’9″ 183 lbs. – Reminds me a lot of Antwon Blake. A shorter corner who plays like a top outside corner. Great ball skills. Special teams contributor. Stays in the receivers back pocket. He doesn’t have the size or strength to press. Plenty of effort in run support but can’t get off blocks. Despite his shorter stature he doesn’t do well with underneath and slot receivers.

59) Lynden Trail – Defensive End/Outside Linebacker/Tight End – Norfolk State – 6’7″ 269 lbs. – Large framed pass rusher who has lined up all over the place. Is he a 4-3 end or a 3-4 outside linebacker? Or is he even a tight end? Trail is extremely versatile and athletic. He’s not great at setting the edge and you’d like to see much more power in his game. He could be somewhat of a chess piece in the defense though.

60) Jeff Heureman – Tight End – Ohio State – 6’5″ 255 lbs. – Great pass catcher who can track the ball well. Has soft hands. Great understanding of finding openings in zone coverage. Great leadership traits. Not explosive enough to be a major vertical threat. Not a good pass protector. Mediocre run blocker  who gets pushed around too much. Below average production in college.

61) Ladarius Gunter – Safety/Cornerback – Miami – 6’1″ 202 lbs. – Aggressive defensive back who constantly contested catches against ACC opponents. Great tackler in run support. He can play on the perimeter, in the slot, and as a single high safety. He has issues in man coverage. Might not have the ability to be a starter at corner. He gets caught looking in the backfield a lot.

62) Eric Rowe – Cornerback/Safety – Utah – 6’1″ 205 lbs. – Good size and length for either position. He started at free safety for three years and moved to corner after former Utes corner Keith McGill declared for the draft. Very active off the line with violent hands. Not great deep speed. Not good enough recovery speed. Doesn’t have great lateral agility.

63) Javorious “Buck” Allen – Running Back – USC – 6’0″ 221 lbs. – Nasty jumpcut. He’s got great short area quickness and lateral agility that allows him to stop on a dime and change direction. Could do great work in an inside zone scheme. He’s an asset in the passing game usually but he had some horrible drops in 2014.

64) Byron Jones – Cornerback – Connecticut – 6’1″ 199 lbs. – Jones about broke Twitter when he jumped out of Lucas Oil stadium. Great recovery speed. Team captain for the Huskies. Good tackler. Nice vision. Could play off man. He doesn’t have great balance and feet at times. Still getting over a shoulder injury.

65) Doran Grant – Cornerback – Ohio State – 5’10” 210 lbs. – The Steelers love Ohio State players. Grant is a smart player who wins above the neck. Has an innate ability to recognize route concepts while playing in zone coverage. Excellent run defender. Mediocre length. Deep speed isn’t impressive. His backpedal is too robotic and he has trouble moving forward out of it.

66) Anthony Harris – Strong Safety – Virginia – 6’1″ 183 lbs. – Smart player who excels as a blitzer. Plays the ball well to get interceptions and cause pass breakups. Quick feet and great change of direction. Not very good in coverage. Robotic backpedal. Not enough violent edge in his game. Not a banger.

67) Tre’ Jackson – Offensive Guard – Florida State – 6’4″ 330 lbs. – Pretty good interior pass protector. Looks great in seal blocks. Anchors well against the bull rush. Got some nasty in his game. He’s a little heavy in the feet. More of a power blocker than technician. Doesn’t have good enough lateral agility to thrive in a zone scheme. Not much of an upgrade over Ramon Foster.

68) Lorenzo Doss – Cornerback – Tulane – 5’10” 182 lbs. – Excellent ball skills. Smooth athlete with great change of direction. Despite not being very tall he is excellent in jump ball situations? Good vision into the backfield but he takes a few too many chances for the big play at times. Gets burned due to his over aggression. He’s physical but its going to get him flagged a lot at the next level.

69) D’Joun Smith – Cornerback – Florida Atlantic – 5’10” 187 lbs. – Excellent athlete. I like his vision and his ball skills. Great at tracking the ball. Sloppy tackler. Doesn’t have the long speed to be a top flight corner. Quicker than fast. Average size.

70) Cody Prewitt – Free Safety – Mississippi – 6’2″ 217 lbs. – I like his size and build. He doesn’t have the natural agility and explosiveness you’d like. Good closing speed though. He’s not the banger you would expect given his size. He’s just too indecisive and not physical enough.

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