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    Re: James Ihedigbo



    From the small sample we got from Ihedigbo, I actually really like his play. He's a real hard worker and plays what ever role the coaches want him to. He obviously has made a solid impression, or they wouldn't continue to bring him back. I love his digging celebration after making a tackle. IMO it's like he's demonstrating the work he puts into the game.




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    Re: James Ihedigbo

    Quote Originally Posted by Jsmoove View Post
    I am not sold on this back end of this defense outside of what I know, I know Webb, Graham and Chykie, Huff a solid veteran, but i'm not sold on any one else.
    Huff is going to excell in our system. I would take that to the bank. He is athletic and very good in coverage. Webb is going to be Webb. Graham and Smith should be a solid #2/#3 combo. Chykie is going to a be a good depth CB and gunner on ST.




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    Re: James Ihedigbo

    Quote Originally Posted by Iscull View Post
    Huff is going to excell in our system. I would take that to the bank. He is athletic and very good in coverage. Webb is going to be Webb. Graham and Smith should be a solid #2/#3 combo. Chykie is going to a be a good depth CB and gunner on ST.
    I agree. The DL will get increased QB pressure this year with the personnel we have now making the secondary more effective.

    To get back on point, Ihedigbo is depth and a special teamer.




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    He's a better tackler, that's for sure.
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    Re: James Ihedigbo

    I think the majority of D will be competing for time or a spot. A normal when you are shuffling an entire Defense or Offense, Ihedigbo falls into this category.




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    Re: James Ihedigbo

    Quote Originally Posted by GOTA View Post
    Eric Reid of LSU is very similar to Bernard Pollard only a lot faster. I wouldn't want him in round 1 but I'd be happy to get him in Round 2.
    FWIW Charley Casserly said Reid could eventually become the best safety out of this class. I think he is starting to move up on a few boards.




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    Re: James Ihedigbo

    Quote Originally Posted by ballhawk View Post
    FWIW Charley Casserly said Reid could eventually become the best safety out of this class. I think he is starting to move up on a few boards.
    Reid is a tricky one. Very athletic and that alone made him a 1st round pick to many eyes early last fall. But then it slowly dawned on people that while athletic he should have been making more of an impact and so his draft status slowly began to fall. What we aree seing now is a weighing of his athleticism and his close to over the top aggressiveness with his fairly stiff hips and not the best decision making in the world. If he could get himself under control then yeah he'll be the best safety in the class. Big IF though. He could well be a LaRon Landry. Or he could be a guy always out of position.

    TJ McDonald is another safety who at one time had a marginal 1st round grade and who has since fallen.




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