Rashard Lawrence, Cleland Farrell, Christian Wilkins discussed on Stick to Football

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He lived up. He was one of those guys that, hey, maybe future number one overall pick and I still think he sits pretty firmly in the top fifteen easily one on one. That guy is a nightmare because Christian Wilkins is so good next to him that he gets one on one opportunities and it's just ridiculous and we're not going to talk about the edge class today. We're going to save that for its own show, so I don't wanna get into Cleland Farrell and Austin Bryant, but Lawrence and Wilkins on the inside is as dominant as I've seen in college football in a couple years. Rashard Lawrence from LSU is another guy that's going to be a lot of fun to watch this year where Quan Davis from Alabama and Jeffrey Simmons from Mississippi State. And I mean, I know a lot of those guys that just name our SEC guys outside of the Clemson group. But these were. Just the the five names that I've seen so far and all have checked the boxes. I mean, all look like top fifty talents to me, and I just think this is a trenches heavy class. I know it's early on, but the two thousand nineteen draft. You look at the talent available on both sides of the ball in the trenches, and it stands out. I have a hot take on a as ready for it. I am. I think, right. Kwan Davis is better than Dexter Lawrence or Christian Wilkins as a pro prospect. I like the take. I don't know if I agree with it yet, but I don't think it's, I don't think it's crazy at all. Kristie Wilkins is one of those dudes. It's gonna you're, we're gonna look at it and be like shit. This guy produced for like three or four years of college, and he's going to be a second round pick because he's not gonna hit what you're seeing him. And he might end up being a really good pro player, but I don't think he's a first round pick Dexter. Lawrence is. I mean, we've we've seen guys like him before they're just physically dominant vita last year is a great example of it. He did in going pretty high, but man. I think it would actually Lawrence and I think you were kind of getting to this Connor. So hard to Scott those guys based on production. Because like you said, it's not fair. They have four elite defensive lineman, no one can match up with the. I would love to see Clemson play, Wisconsin. Here's the perfect way to put it in perspective. Yesterday I turn on the Syracuse game because it was the game in the box box score that Cleland Farrell and they lost this game by the weights. Syracuse Clinton Farrell had three and a half sacks, and I go, okay, I've seen them quarterback hits, pressures, good bend off the edge. I liked player, and then you watch the sacks and two and a half of them. He's not touched because the other guys are so dominant in demand so much control and it's not clear on Farrell's full. I want him to register those box score stats, but it just goes to show you how much the production gets passed around because that unit is so so damned good on their own..

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