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"That would be the way to do it. If you could find, you know, if they allow you, I mean, you could go alt with some guarantees. You could go 5 and a half under if you think they're. No, I mean, but you could put Jacksonville Atlanta in the bears together. The one I wanted to do was when you could do it. I think still has it in college if I could do it with Alabama and Ohio State both over ten and a half, but that's not allowed. All right, let's just go to Jeff and see if they can create it. Yeah, that's not going to happen. You never know to yes. You can ask, you know, I'm sure say no. 'cause it's kind of a correlated thing, right? You know, all those wind totals put together. About a text on my guy. Any texture right now, he'll say no. Trust you. You might be trying to jump down there before me. What are you talking about? I get the bad end before. Before what? That what? All right. While you text, this is quality, you know, live programming while you text. I want to stick with the rookies. So we've talked a little bit about offensive rookie of the year. Two of the top candidates to win defensive rookie of the year are on the Jaguars roster. We've got Trayvon walker, who is third in the odds behind Aiden Hutchins in a cave on thibodeau, same odds that DraftKings as Kyle Hamilton in Baltimore to win rookie of the year on the defense aside, 8 to one there, and then you go a little bit further down. You got Devin Lloyd. Now, Devin Lloyd is interesting because he's been hurt, so you haven't seen him yet. But at 15 to one, I think Devon Lloyd's interesting one because, you know, look, 8 and Hutchinson, cave on thibodeau Trayvon walker. Are they going to pick up those sacs? That's what's going to get them the award. Kyle Hamilton could be a guy that could pick up a ton of interceptions, make some big plays in the secondary. Obviously sauce gardener there with the jets as a starter, quay walker certainly has gotten some buzz there in Green Bay. But Devin loy was a guy that you really liked coming out of you. I don't like hamstrings.
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"Success they can have this year, that limits them. Because I don't think they have a lot of elite talent. And I think, you know, their overall roster is a little more talented than Chicago or Atlanta. Or Atlanta, or even Detroit. In a lot of ways. Their own line is not as good as Detroit, but in a lot of ways, you know, they have better skill talent in my opinion or more proven skill talent. I should say, but they don't have a lot of gossip excites you. Now, where you get excited on the other side of the ball. Yeah. They have a chance to be salty. Josh Allen, one of the top 15, 20 players on defense, and that's football league in my opinion. You add Trayvon walker and that elite, you know, those elite attributes. You love Devin. Yeah, I love Devin Lloyd. You know. They got Shaquille Griffin playing corner who's been really good as time in Seattle and I was in Jacksonville. So they have some guys, you know, defense that make you say, you know, they had a chance to be pretty darn good. Yeah. And you know, one of the most bizarre results of the entire NFL season last year to your point about the defense was that game that they beat the Buffalo Bills. I mean, they bottled up the bills in a 9 6 win. Twice. They didn't have a lot of success both times against bills. And they only played them once, but they beat the bills and that was, you know, Josh Allen had a ton of sacks in that game. So now you bring in Trayvon walker on the other side, Devin Lloyd. You know, I like the kid that got at a Wyoming Chad mumma, depending on what you think of Dane brug, who breaks down prospects he had. Devin Lloyd is his top rated linebacker and he had muma as his fourth rated linebacker and they got both of them. So, you know, like you mentioned Lloyd's dealing with a hamstring injury, but it might be a couple of years away. I like the pieces that they're putting into place here, especially defensively. I want to jump to the offensive line though. So Trevor Lawrence was sacked 32 times last year, a re signed cam Robinson coming off. I think a Pro Bowl year or he's a Pro Bowl in the past. They give him an extension. Brandon sheriff comes in at 5 time pro bowler. He's now plugged in a right guard. They're going to have a rookie center. Luke fortner out of Kentucky all first team all SEC. So he steps right in, is likely a plug and play. How much with the addition of sheriff and bring it in a rookie center, which is always maybe a bit of worrisome. How much better is that office of line right now?
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"How has he been and I know Devin Lloyd, your other early pick has a slight hamstring injury, but before that, how have those two young rookies look so far in training camp? Yeah, I didn't like the Trayvon walker pick. I loved the Devon Lloyd pick, but I quickly came around on the Trayvon walker pick. Once I saw him, because he's just different. He's just an unbelievable athlete. I've covered the Jaguar since 2013. They've had a top 5 pick in almost every one of those years. And other than Trayvon walker, there's only been one other player they've ever drafted since I've been on the beat that the first time I saw him, I said, that guy is just different. And it was Jalen Ramsey. Different position, but Trayvon walker, the first time I saw him, I'd never seen anything like it. I mean, his frame has linked his speed. His size is just extraordinary for an outside linebacker. And it has shown up. He has done really well how to sack against the Raiders and the Hall of Fame game and had another really strong rush in which he was called for roughing the quarterback because his hands got a little high, but the rush was good. And then this past game against Cleveland made a nice tackle on third down to force a punt, drew a holding penalty. So he has been very disruptive. You know, who knows if he'll be able to finish plays. Is a rookie we've seen a lead players need a year to really get the sack total going. But he looks like he is going to be at least disruptive right out of the gate. So he really looks good. Devin Lloyd, like you said, we haven't gotten a chance to see he was great in OTAs, but obviously that's no contact. I anticipate that he's going to return to full contact, if not. Later this week, then certainly by next week.
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"On draft night that this is probably one of the most boomer bust off seasons that we've seen, at least my time on Planet Earth. I just, you know, I don't know what's there. But what are your thoughts on Jacksonville? I think that they have so many needs to try and fill that in my opinion, I would have rather taken a guy with a higher floor in 8 and Hutchinson with the number one pick than going all in for Trayvon walker because I know that there are a lot of things and you draft guys that have higher upside depending on where you are. I mean, we do it any fantasy player does the same thing. When you're looking at it and of course, you know, in real life, it's not quite the same level of execution. But walker didn't blow me away when I watched George a football every Saturday throughout the course of the fall. And I want to say it was ESPN stats and info that put out a statin while every stat does have noise and it's always interesting when you see some of these narratives get spun that we haven't had a number one pick in the NFL Draft since 1967 that wasn't named all conference first team are all American. There's generally a reason for that because if you're not producing it to college level amongst the blue blood programs, what leads me to believe that suddenly this lightbulb is going to flip on and you're going to be transcendent talent the next level. So I know there was a lot of hemming and hawing and stuff that went on behind the scenes for Jacksonville, but I just think for a franchise that needs to build and they have to try and get some positive momentum in the wake of what was a debacle coaching higher in urban Meyer that I felt it was a major leap of faith. And one that I'm willing to admit, hey, look, if Trayvon walker becomes an outstanding talent, he's a perennial pro bowler, then I'll eat crow here. I just felt like it was a huge reach. Which mirrored the rest of the off season. And that's kind of where I'm going with this boom or bust. Well, you didn't like going all out and spending on zay Jones and Christian Kirk to bolster your receiving corps? Jacksonville fans will say, well, we had to spend the money. So we had to get somebody. To a certain point, but when you spend the money they've spent and I believe over 250 million at this point in free agency. And the best sure fire player you got was a guard and Brandon Schiff, you know, I don't know what Christian Kirk is. I don't think he's worth that much. And then you go down the line and I like Doug Peterson. He's a Super Bowl winner. He has that pedigree, certainly more stable than what you had at head coach last year. But there are people behind the scenes that realize that once Doug started to lose key components of his staff, he suddenly fizzled out. And then you add Trayvon walker to this mix and the backstory there is that you kind of hinted at was about ten days out from the draft, head coach wanted one player offensive coordinator, wanted another player GM wanted another player. Owner had to step in and kind of weed things out and they landed on Trayvon walker. And so it's always interesting to see the different ways teams elect to approach a draft. And I kind of liken this to a Madden rating almost as an example. You have a guy that can be plug and play, he might be an 88, but you know kind of what you're getting. And then you have Trayvon walker who might be an 88, but he can get to like a 95. I just didn't see it to your point. There was zero production. All the measurables and traits are through the roof. But when you look at him lined up outside as an edge rusher, 9% pressure rate. And there's going to be a ten every single guy who started for Georgia being drafted. Offenses couldn't really say, hey, he's her focal point. We're going to double this guy. We're going to chip this guy. And to that point, if you look at Trayvon walker over 49% of his pressures last year, came unblocked or on cleanups. So that's always the interesting factor here is Detroit sprinted up to take 800. The NFL was not happy about, by the way, did you read that story? I did. And that's kind of the interesting component here. It's like Aidan Hutchinson fits the bill from a number of ways, right? He's a premium position. They needed help with that position. He played at Michigan, so he's going to sell a ton of jerseys. The one knock on 8 and Hutchinson was, he's in the 8 percentile of arm length, and so when you do put on the tape, sometimes when an offensive lineman is able to lock him up, he can't get out of it. So that it's probably so when you're comparing those two, like the production was better for me than Hutchinson, the traits and measurables are better from Trayvon walker will ultimately see what unfolds. Yeah, it's always interesting and look, even with all the advanced analytics, the scouting and everything else that we have at our disposal now or I should say teams have at their disposal drafting is still an imperfect science and hey, you know, the reality of it is over the next couple of years we'll see if the Jags are going to make all of us that doubted the pick. Look like fools. When you look at some of the different positions that are out there paying, I don't know how deep you want to dive on some of these, you know, the three that we had talked about, looking at some of the defensive ends, you address the wide receivers a little bit. We know 6 when the top 18 and of course the quarterbacks, where we saw a variety of quarterback prospects fall like rocks other than Kenny Pickett, who was the lone first round pick and the draft market on that particular prop was fascinating, which I can get to, was there something that jumped out at any of these position groupings that you thought, hey look, this is notable and worth sharing or things that you really like the teams were doing. Yeah, so we're running over an hour now and we haven't gotten into the Derby coverage, so we don't have to go into each one of these individually, but we talked about sky more a little bit. We mentioned pickens, Jahan dotsons, and interesting name. I think he went higher than most people thought, but if you actually look at what he did at the college level, there's a lot of people that think he's better than a crystal lave because he has a much wider route tree and the focus was solely paid on him by opposing defenses. So that's an interesting one there..
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"Got out of Russia We had a difficult situation But what's happening to the people of Ukraine is just the most tragic terrible thing I could imagine Mitchell says Russian ballet is definitely going to be totally isolated isolated from the west I'm Ed Donahue Ford is recalling hundreds of thousands of newer model explorer SUVs because of a problem that can allow the vehicles to roll away even when they're in park U.S. safety regulators say the issue is with a rear axle mounting bolt that can snap causing the drive shaft to disconnect If that happens the SUVs can simply roll away If the parking brake hasn't been engaged the recall covers certain 2020 through 2022 explorer models including some of the police hybrid vehicles depending on the model dealers will either replace a bushing and the axle cover or they'll update the parking brake software owners will be notified by mail starting in June I'm Jackie Quinn AP sports I'm John leatherby Defense was the focus to kick off the NFL Draft on Thursday night The Jacksonville Jaguars started on the edge selecting Trayvon walker of national champion Georgia as the overall number one defensive end Aidan Hutchinson of Michigan went to the Detroit lines at number two cornerbacks were next with the Houston Texans taking Derek stingley junior and the New York Jets ahmaud saw gardener The New York's giants went back to the edge with the 5th pick came on thibodeau of Oregon There's the AP radio's Ben Thomas Guardrail Bolton has become the 5th Gonzaga started to declare for the NBA draft He announced his decision on social media Bolden played one season at Penn State and two more at Iowa state before transferring to Gonzaga King's forward Dustin Brown will retire after the season is 18th with the club the 37 year old made the announcement Thursday ahead of the king's regular season finale Brown was a two time Stanley Cup champion with the kings in 2012 and 2014 I'm John leatherbee a peace sports.
"trayvon walker" Discussed on AP News
"The vehicles to roll away even when they're in park U.S. safety regulators say the issue is with a rear axle mounting bolt that can snap causing the drive shaft to disconnect If that happens the SUVs can simply roll away If the parking brake hasn't been engaged the recall covers certain 2020 through 2022 explorer models including some of the police hybrid vehicles depending on the model dealers will either replace a bushing and the axle cover or they'll update the parking brake software owners will be notified by mail starting in June I'm Jackie Quinn AP sports I'm John leatherby Defense was the focus to kick off the NFL Draft on Thursday night The Jacksonville Jaguars stuttered on the edge selecting Trayvon walker of national champion Georgia as the overall number one defensive end Aidan Hutchinson of Michigan went to the Detroit lines at number two cornerbacks were next with the Houston Texans taking Derek stingley junior and the New York Jets ahmaud saw gardener The New York's giants went back to the edge with the 5th pick came on thibodeau of Oregon There's the gay people's Ben Thomas Guardrail Bolton has become the 5th consequence started to declare for the NBA draft He announced his decision on social media Bolden played one season at Penn State and two more at Iowa state before transferring to Gonzaga King's forward Dustin Brown will retire after the season is 18th with the club the 37 year old made the announcement Thursday ahead of the king's regular season finale Brown was a two time Stanley Cup champion with the kings in 2012 and 2014 I'm John leatherbee AP sports.
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"I was glad to hear today that they were on the same page with this pick because at the end of the day and you know how it is, it's hard enough to win in this league. Let alone, if you're not on the same page. So I'm glad to see at least here that you're on the same page with this pick and we'll see if it works out. We hope it does. Jacksonville, of course, in need. They had a great coach after the debacle of last year. They have a great quarterback. Let's see how it plays out. Bruce gradkowski from pro football focus joining us. Thanks for taking the time, Bruce. Good to talk to you. Yeah, thanks for having good talk to you too. Enjoyed tonight. Yes, sir. Have a great day. All right. I think there's a lot of feelings around that around the Trayvon walker pick. I mean, Vegas and everybody knew what was going down with that. But, you know, there may be a question mark. And I think the next day, you're going to have everybody on board of it. I mean, everybody's on board at that point. If you have dysfunction in your organization, you got people talking about it behind their back the next day, then there's already a problem. I like that everybody's part of it. But what did you expect today? Everybody was excited about it. Just like we saw every front office picture on the show. All slap each other on the back and hit shaking hands and smiles when they're draft pick was put in. Yeah, it's just one of those things. It's a lot of unknown. We don't know. We saw some of these other kids play, and you're like, okay, I know what we're getting from him, sure there's questions surrounding kayvon thibodeaux and Derek Stanley and Aiden Hutchinson didn't have a great game in the college football playoff, but, you know, a guy like Trayvon walker, a lot of people would say that he probably wasn't the best defender on his college team, and then you're scratching your head at why he would be considered number one. I guess Jacksonville thinks, look, we have time to let this guy develop into a top flight defender. They have a new coach coming in, so it's not like Doug Peterson is going to get one and done. So they have some runway to let Trayvon walker develop and hopefully for their sake. He does. Unless he just hangs around after a Thursday night game in the town and grab some tail. It doesn't take the flight home, you mean? Yeah. Or if you don't do that, I'm just prefacing that. Don't do.
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"Ecstatic to just get a taste of Kenny Pickett and what he can bring in Pittsburgh because he played it pit. He was already there. They've already been a fan of his. So I don't know how long he'll sit on the bench, but this guy's a competitor. I think it worked perfectly for them. And I'm excited to see how it unfolds. All right, Kenny Pickett, of course, the only quarterback drafted in last night's first round. That leaves some quarterbacks that were bad at about in terms of where they might land, possibly in the first round. We're talking about Malik Willis, Matt corral, Sam Howell, Carson strong, some of these guys. Where do you think those dominoes start to fall tonight? Yeah, that's going to be exciting to watch because and that's what I'm so excited to see. Because think about the good quarterbacks that have gotten picked in the second round. You think want to pray the all time greats, especially pray the top pick in the second round Drew Brees. We look at Andy don't had a good career. Derek Carr, look what he's doing. So let's not sleep on just because these guys think it picked in the first round, they still have a good opportunity. And it's going to be exciting to see what happens because now I do feel like teams, there's not as much pressure. You know, if you draft a guy in the first round, that's your future, that's what you're hanging your hat on. Now if you drastic down the second round, third round, there's a little less pressure on the guy. And I think when we look at this second round tonight and how it unfolds, when it gets to Seattle, it takes 40. What's going to happen there? They have two picks in a row. Visit land, I try to jump them and get one of these young quarterbacks. And don't be surprised like Washington, Detroit. You know, who gets in the mix, do the saints get in the mix, knowing look, we didn't think Malik Willis would slide to the second round. Let's go get them. So there's going to be a lot of excitement, especially how we saw the first round unfold with all the different trades and so forth. I'm looking forward to that again tonight. And another one to keep an eye on, how long's Baker Mayfield going to be hanging on in Cleveland? You know, do the browns find a way and find a trade partner that happens tonight. I mean, that'd be exciting to see if that does come to play, but I think for Desmond Ritter, Matt corral, two guys that I like. I really like Matt corral to be honest, right? I don't know how much you had a chance to watch him, but I felt like good intermediate wise as far as short game, but then when you kind of when he's pushing the ball downfield, go Ralph's post routes. I felt like he was a little inaccurate those times. Desmond wrote a big, strong guy, straight line speed. I worry about inconsistency accuracy wise with him. But two good players. You know, they can develop. And of course, Malik Willis, we talked about him a little bit. I think him just as athleticism is big arm. I think he can develop. And so that's kind of intriguing to me. And then Sam Howell, let's not forget what he's done out of and see. He lost a lot of teammates last year to the draft to the NFL. But he has the physical tools. He's not the biggest dude. I felt like he was inconsistent. The combine a little bit when you and I were on the show, but so I'm excited to see kind of how this unfortunate tonight into the third round. The wide receiver position has just exploded. The market for it in free agency and trade value. It's become the second most percentage used by cap of teams in the NFL. And what I witnessed last night is, once again, a team that's feels like they're near or at the top of what they're doing, the Tennessee Titans move off a wide receiver instead of paying him a $100 million, but going and getting one in the first round and having 5 years of contract and making $15 million over the next four years in comparison to what you pay the individual like AJ Brown in one year of $25 million. What do you think about this in the market for the wide receiver position and how it's exploded? I know. I mean, you're so right, right? Because Tennessee is like, you know what? We'll go with the young guy. We'll trade AJ Brown away. I came out of last night and I was talking about it on NFL radio today. The biggest winner of round one was probably Jalen hurts. You think about it, Jalen hurts is sitting back probably maybe watching the draft a little bit and he just sees they acquired AJ Brown. I mean, automatically that offense just got that much better. Jalen hurts just got that much better. So to me, I was excited for the eagles moves and what they did. That was kind of cool to see. And then for the Titans, they draft trailer's big strong guy, good straight line speed, good contest, catch type of dude. Does he have a little debo Samuel in him? He's still not AJ Brown, though. And you talked about it, it's those big contracts receivers are getting now. So I think it does, it plays out for AJ Brown because a whole probably get the money he deserves. And plays out for Jalen hurts in the eagles and now Tennessee, they get a young guy that they have to develop. Now, I'm not sure Ryan Tannehill's all that throat about it. Because you're going to have to go through the growing pain and Tannehill, he can't go any through any more growing pains. So I thought that was intriguing. And also another one, Ryan, I thought was cool is the Lions. How about the Lions draft? You know, 8 in Hutchinson, they get a hometown kid, great demeanor, great player, all the production, the leadership he can bring on defense and not only that, what do they do? They make a move to trade up in the draft to go ahead and get one of the most dynamic game changing talent when he's healthy and Jameson Williams receiver out of Alabama. So I thought the Lions had a good night as well. Yeah, I agree. We're going to put our top 5 picks into who we thought had the best night of the draft here in a little bit, but if you were if you were Jacksonville at number one and you had everything in front of you, the Trayvon walker picked for me was a bit surprising, it shouldn't have been. Everybody was talking about it. But just in terms of what you could get at that spot in the expectations that exist, right? Are you surprised that ultimately that trip balki in that Jacksonville Jaguars team went with Trayvon walker rather than maybe more of a established player that is a flat out edge rusher? Right. No, I was. I mean, I get it and I understand it. Sometimes two through this process. You know, there's been a lot of shorts and T-shirt interviews and tests and all that. And you could get enamored by measurements. You could get enamored by those workouts. Let's not forget what do they do in shorter pads and a helmet. What did they do on Saturdays and Sunday? What do they do when you put on the gain film? And that's where 8 and Hutchinson has production is there. The guys at beast. Now, Trayvon walker, maybe the defense set to Jaguars run will allow him to really kind of excel because he is a physical freak. He can do it all. So they're kind of betting on that just with his stature and the way he can move and run and all that. It will be intriguing. To me though, of course, being a quarterback and being an offensive guy, I looked at it too, Ryan. I'm thinking, okay, Jacksonville just invested two first round picks and Trevor Lawrence and ETN last year. Why not protect those guys and go with an offensive tackle? Look what the Jaguars had done the last few years with years ago when they had a good defense. And they trade Jalen Ramsey away. What did that get them, right? So to me, it was kind of like I would have rather them see and have gone all in offensively with the young talent they have. But we'll see how this plays out. As long as and this was my biggest concern because yesterday you hear there is some inconsistencies in house. Some of the Jaguars for an office when this guide, the other people wanted this guy..
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"Overall expected to be one of two defensive lineman Georgia's Trayvon walker or Michigan's even Hutchinson We're Bloomberg sports Ethan All right John thanks 6 37 on Wall Street time to take a look at stock some of the names moving in the pre market Bloomberg radio and TV markets correspondent Gupta it is hard to ignore the move for Facebook parent meta platforms this morning It is wild and we should start off with just the ticker right We're still haven't switched it to medal So the taker is still FB Shares up 17% over 17% and if you remember Nathan last quarter they had this massive sell off because they had the warning that you're now hearing from alphabet to be very careful about tiktoks that are starting to lose some of that demographic This time around we're hearing it from Alphabet Facebook on the other hand or I should say meta platforms saying that actually they've gained more users than they actually expected in the first quarter Now a lot of this actually comes from Instagram They're actually focusing on the Facebook platform anymore They're focusing on Instagram And I think something that really caught my eye here was the fact that they're saying well be careful of TikTok but Nathan I don't know if you're active on Instagram I am I do enjoy the Instagram Well there you go To be honest But you know that there's they've kind of created reels which is sort of a TikTok and a lot of the tiktoks videos End up on Instagram So it kind of seems like that has made this all in one platform for meta and at least helped with some of those earnings pictures So meta shares FBE is the ticker once again up Over 17% It's not the only tech name we got to watch here Apple Amazon reporting after the bell But this is really important Qualcomm also reported after hours yesterday queue COM is your taker up get this Nathan 7 and a half percent Now this is the oh that's big It's huge And this is the company that makes most of the chips for apple's iPhones It helps Apple iPhones connect to high-speed data networks And they're saying well actually they were able to kind of secure their supply chain they're able to expand it into new markets And a lot of people say well if Qualcomm is doing so well does that mean apple's earnings are going to be pretty blockbuster today And then we're vice versa If Apple says iPhone demand is going to drop does that start to hit Qualcomm shares as well Nevertheless this morning some optimism here QC OM up just shy of 8% and Apple shares AAPL following that lead up 2.2% Nathan All right just quickly we had some earnings cross just minutes ago Can you get to some of those Yeah let's talk about caterpillar This is going to be your big economic bellwether C 18 is your ticker It is actually moving this of course off earnings as well up 1.6% as it overcomes some of the supply chain issues surging demand one of the issues here was just how much construction will there be after you've already seen this housing boom and it looks like the maker of that construction equipment maker still getting some of that demand All right Bloomberg radio and TV markets correspondent creedy Gupta with us this morning looking ahead to the open futures are moving higher with S&P futures up 59 points down futures up 277 in NASDAQ futures higher by 255 points That's a gain of just about 2%.
"trayvon walker" Discussed on Patriots Beat
"In a lot of ways, Georgia runs their system just like the Patriots and how many years have we always said, Richard Seymour or whoever it may be, oh, well, they don't get the stats because they're not asked to do it, right? That's the big selling point on Trayvon walker. The problem that I have with it is if that's your selling point, then you at the end of the day are ultimately projecting that that player is going to become a double digit sack guy. Worthy of the first round pick strictly based on tools. And if you're picking that type of guy at like 5 or 6, like if you're the Giants or you're the Panthers and you're taking Trayvon walker there, I can totally sell myself on that. When I'm picking one one, I got to see a little bit of production on the tape. I have to be able to see a little bit of a football player there that does produce at a high level. I think taking a guy strictly based off of upside and based off of tools, but the first overall pick in the draft is a tough sell. Now the other issue that I think the Jaguars have is there is no consensus one one quarterback in this draft. So in a normal draft, when you have Trevor Lawrence as your quarterback and you already have that box checked, the Jaguars would be trading out of this pick to a team that wants to draft a quarterback. So it's not a great year. It probably would have already done it at this point. Right, it's not a great year to have the first overall pick. That's the end of that point. So I think ultimately trend bulky wins out. I think he gets his guy in Trayvon walker and I think that that's the pick here. And I believe that Peterson and Khan will say to him, we're going to go with you. And if you're wrong about this, it's your job, right? I mean, that's ultimately what it comes down to. It should have been his job last year, but we'll see. Yeah, all right, so I agree with you. So Trayvon walker. And again, as.
The Paul Finebaum Show
"trayvon walker" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Always great to bring our friend Mike tannenbaum in heading to the draft tomorrow and talking about it nonstop, the former GM and director of player personnel for a number of NFL clubs. Mike, thank you. Great to see you. So if you're sitting there at number one, which Jacksonville is, you've got your quarterback. What do you do? What do you do Thursday night? Yeah, great to be with you, Paul. I take 8 in Hutchinson. He's a really good player, and he brings a lot to that Jacksonville locker room. I've been to their Michigan's practices this year. I've seen him live. He's a really good player, maybe not miles Garrett, necker, Joey Bosa, a notch below that as a player, but he will infuse tremendous football character into that Jacksonville locker room. So having said that's what you would do, what do you think they will do? Sounds like they're leading towards Trayvon walker, who I think Paul is going to be a good player. You saw him a lot. I'm just scared of death values production, only 6 sacks this year. Only 52% of his snaps at defensive end. We all saw what he did at the combine at 274 pounds, but to me, for the number one pick, Paul, we want Amazon stock. We want certainty and we don't have that in Trayvon walker. That is interesting because I know you've seen it before because you've seen it all, but his ascent to that position, assuming that's the way they go. What would you compare this to? If anything, in recent history, but that's a great question. Would you go back over the last couple of years, there's been such certainty in terms of the quarterbacks. I think it goes all the way back probably to Baker Mayfield, where nobody was sure was going to be maybe Josh Allen, Sam darnold for a minute, wound up being Baker Mayfield, but I think we have to go back four or 5 drafts with this sort of major question marks 48 hours out. The quarterback position is always the one that we obsess over other than this year. So considering the prospects you have, of course, Malik Willis, you have Kenny Pickett who seems to be highly regarded by many. Who will go first and why? Can he pick it? I think goes to Carolina at 6. If we go back to Matt rule a temple, he recruited Kenny Pickett, so I think there's a connection there and he's thinking either do I try to win with Sam darnold or can he pick it? Now maybe they try to train for Baker Mayfield. I don't think that's likely at this point. So I think pick it going 6 to Carolina is where we see the first quarterback. I know another player that you've been high on is jamison Williams, the transfer to Alabama who had such a big year. He is also had quite a climb up the charts assuming that's how it works out Thursday night. Paul, I went to the SEC championship game thinking I'm going to be just raving about this great Georgia defense. I love talking about I think I just saw the next tyreek hill with jamison Williams, his speed, his game changing play speed is unbelievable, assuming he gets back to a 100%. He could be tyreek hill. I think he could be the best football player out of this draft, and I think he doesn't get out of the top ten despite tearing his ACL in the last game. And that's so amazing because when that happened, we all collectively took our held our breasts for a lot of reasons, but mostly because you just don't want to see him hurt his chances. I realized surgery, that surgery is way advanced compared to maybe 5 or 15, 20 years ago, but take us through that that trajectory, because it really does seem gob smacking when you think about it. Yeah, it's all about risk and reward and just making sure that at some point it's going to be healthy. And I think Paul, as we talk about injuries and durability, I don't think they're all created equal. So take somebody like David a jabo from Michigan, Jameson Williams from Alabama. They have significant injuries, but we saw cam Akers, for example, come back from a torn Achilles, but then you look at someone like Derek stingley, who only played a full season once in 2019. That would be a much bigger concern if we were running a team poll because now we have a three year pattern of behavior, whereas guys like Jameson Williams, David abo, they're more of an isolated incident and you hope that they come back quickly. And I would also put John Cena into that group also from Alabama. We haven't talked much about Matt corral at one time, there were speculation that he could go extremely high. He got hurt too, very badly in the sugar bowl. What's your assessment of Matt? Yeah, I think I have going 32. When you look at the last number of years, Lamar Jackson, teddy Bridgewater, they won 32nd. I think a team will try to take a quarterback there. I think it's Matt. He's a very good athlete. So many of his throws, though, Paul are behind the line of scrimmage that RPO game that we know that lame kiffer likes to run. But he has a lot of athleticism. He has a good arm. I like his quick Twitch. I think his game has the ability to translate to the pro level. It may not happen overnight, however. You mentioned Trayvon walker early on and we're going to hear a lot of familiar names at least from where we work here, Mike. But the collection of Georgia players, especially on the defensive side, is going to be, I think, a shock to people who don't follow the SEC and college football very closely. How difficult is it? I know the combine helps, but when you watch that unit this year during the season, trying to differentiate one from another because it was such an amazing unit. It's a great point. I mean, we could talk about quay walker Devante, why did Jordan Davis dean Channing tindall? I mean, you could just go on and on and on. It just shows you the great job that Kirby smart did recruiting and developing players. So they all have fascinating stories to tell. And when we look back, I think 6 or 7 of them will have meaningful NFL careers. Now, historically, they don't all pan out, but boy, they are just great football players. They're well coached. They have great motors and it's going to be fun to see them come off the board Thursday and Friday night..
"trayvon walker" Discussed on NFL Live
"So, catching passes from one of the game's best. All right, so key, you like Watkins to the packers? What do you think? It's interesting, Laura, and Jeff mentioned it. He's not quite devonta Adams, but he can play. He's a veteran player. You know, he was highly drafted coming out of Clemson and buffalo. He just hasn't had the type of career you would envision for a guy to go that high, but he's a veteran receiver who knows how to play football and you pair him with Aaron Rodgers, who knows what it may turn out to be. Well, listen, I think we all know that the Green Bay Packers maybe for the first time in quite some time, I think we used it one of their first round picks on the wide receiver position. As it relates to Sammy Watkins, he's what we call, he's a guy. I mean, he's a guy. He's another body in the room. Obviously he's a veteran guy, but you got to continue to add playmaker to that position. And also just on the other side, you know, we talk about Aaron Rodgers, the back MVP of this league, I need to see him elevate some of these guys that's going to be coming into that wide receiver room. Oh, that's interesting, right? A lot of people talking about how much did devonte Adams play into that MVP award. I'm not taking anything away from Aaron Rodgers like he's taking people's money away, but it is a piece of this conversation. New FanDuel fantasy players, your day is about to get 20% better. Start playing fantasy this football season and FanDuel will give you a 20% bonus on your first deposit up to $500. That's a big time bonus. In all you need to do to claim it is make your first deposit and there's an awesome slate of games on hand for this week. Experience season long wins without the season long waits, sign up today at FanDuel dot com slash tackle the claim your bonus and start playing today that's FanDuel dot com slash tackle, agent location restrictions apply, bonus issued is non withdrawable site credit that expires after 30 days. I'm gonna remind you guys of this a couple times today and why not because I'm excited. We're two weeks away from the draft in Vegas and the Jags hold that number one overall pick once again. So so far all signs pointing to Jacksonville going with defensive end 8 in Hutchinson, but is that really the plan? Our insider Chris Mortensen brought this up a fascinating scenario yesterday on our mock draft SportsCenter special. Listen to what mort says could happen at number one overall. The Trayvon walker at number three is interesting because I've actually heard that some people think Jack spills holding their cards tight and could surprise everybody on draft and take Trayvon walker number one. Let's stir that thing up a little bit. As far as thibodeau go, I mentioned to you about the Lions, but I also have heard that if the lines don't take them, we can be looking at a slide, a considerable slide that becomes one of those talks on draft night. That's what I like to call a mort Bond. Todd, let's lean into this number one pick. What are you hearing here on walker to the Jags? I love Trayvon walker. I've been saying he's the first round pick going back to October when he was on nobody's radar. He's explosive. He's 6 5, 272 pounds. He's got left tackle arm length, 35 and a half inches, and he ran a four, 5, one. I mean, running backs would kill. A lot of the running backs would kill to have that kind of speed, and he's got it at 272 pounds. But he only had 9 and a half career sacks. And I can chalk a lot of that up to the gap discipline and the steamy plate in and all the talent around him, but you compare him to Aiden Hutchinson, who had 14 sacks set his school record this past season, just in one season versus 9 and a half career sacks, and you got to wonder, and the other thing is Aidan Hutchinson is a franchise pillar. That's the kind of player he is. You've watched his preparedness pre snap. You know, he sees something that he's calling up to the rest of the defensive line just off of the tape that he studied. You watch his plan as a pass rusher. He knows exactly how he's attacking guys on the edges with his hands. I just think that he's the kind of guy you bring in and he turns the whole defense around with his leadership and his effort and his work ethic. And that's why I think when you're talking about number one overall, I love Trayvon walker's traits and he could go number two overall in Detroit, but I would be shocked if Jacksonville passes on Hutchinson. Yeah, Todd, you know it's interesting too, is if we think about who is in charge when it comes to the decision making in Jacksonville and that now is Trent balke, a general manager who, when he was with the San Francisco forty-niners, would often really covet physical traits over college resume. And that's exactly what we're talking about now with Trayvon walker. So again, I'm not saying that he goes that route here, but bulky did have a history with the forty-niners, his draft grades would often not be very high right out of the draft because people would say, wow, he really didn't take guys the projected based off of college resume. If he continues that trend, it does make sense that he would maybe go against the grain and take someone that's not as conventional with that number one overall pick. Interesting. Yeah, like for me, it's like, you know, wait a minute, guys. We're going to take a guy number one off a traits, and I get it. I get all the, you know, I get what he was asked doing that scheme down in Georgia and, you know, his combine and all those type of things. But we're talking about the number one overall pick. And we just, you know, this is the passing, we just haven't seen that out of Trayvon walker as far as rush moves counter rush moves being able to consistently get to the quarterback. We've seen that from 800%. Is he miles Garrett? No. Is he his Twitch is Nick Bosa? No. But I think just from a character standpoint, he got better and better every year, Michigan, and then ultimately, you know, came about where this guy had 14, what, 14 sex, his last year at the University of Michigan. So give me that guy who I've seen on film, do it over and over again as compared to a guy who's from a trade standpoint had what you like, but I just haven't seen that production as far as getting after the quarterback consistently. And to be clear here, we're not saying the Trayvon walker is going to fall down past the top ten. Look, I think it's very realistic as Mel has him slotted. He could go with three. He could go maybe a little bit past that, but key, do you think it's smart to bet on someone in a little bit here, which is what they would be doing with the number one overall pick? I think when you got the number one overall pick, you need a sure bet. That's a game changer, a franchise, pillar, much like the guys are saying right there. You don't hope and pray with the number one overall pick because if he becomes a bust versus a boom, it's set your franchise back forever. And if I have any reservations at all about taking Hutchinson or timba do or walker with the number one overall pick, I'm looking to get out of there, even if it's not a quarterback that somebody is going up to get. Why just pick someone just because you have the number one overall selection. I remember when I played for the jets and we had the number one overall peak and Bill Parcells. And Peyton Manning decided not to come out that year. Guess what we did? We traded the number one overall pick and we wind up being in the AFC championship game and those guys that we selected with all of those picks helped us do that and tripped bulky is a part of that Bill Parcells mindset. So I wouldn't be surprised if he's thinking that way as well. Just two things for me. First of all, I think it's interesting what more was saying too, talking about cave on thibodeau, but when you look at this, it could be the first time in decades in the draft that we see three defensive players come off the board, whether it's 8 and Hutchinson or Trayvon walker at one. I can tell you for a fact right now. Detroit would die to have the Hutchinson at number two. So they'd be thrilled if Jacksonville won with walker at one. And then at number three, Houston could take cave on thibodeaux. From Oregon. So that would be the first time in a long time that we saw three defensive players. The second thing is, is Damien woody in the middle of a monsoon. Yeah, what's going on here? Do you want to cut to D wood shot real fast? Look at this. Deep wood, is someone pouring buckets over the top.
"trayvon walker" Discussed on Patriots Beat
"That one could go, I think Gardner is going to be off the board, but they also went corner top ten last year too. Right. They have D.C. horn coming back. They re signed Dante Jackson so that right. I don't know if they'll go over there, but maybe the simulator is just thinking best player available. Right. Although Gardner, I think is a top ten pick. So is Stanley. I have stingley ranked ahead of Gardner. Charles cross falls a little bit. That's an interesting point. I would be more inclined to think that Panthers would go Charles cross with their pick over. I would too. This is an interesting one. Because there you go. All right, Trayvon walker, Malik Willis to Washington. That's kind of feels possible, I guess. Terrific Duffy. So here's the thing. The way this board went and it could go a number of ways. But the way this board went. Early run on corners. Not a great year to meet a corner for me this way. Trent mcduffie going very high. Carl Loftus falls a little bit, and I know you've been big on that. Devin Lloyd, Jordan Jordan Davis eagles. That's my pick. I think he goes to the eagles. We got James. This kills the Patriots right here. These are four. This was a murder boy. We just said that we weren't necessarily going to trade down, but now we might have to trade down because the way that this went was exactly the Patriots worst nightmare, right? These are realistic. We're going to discuss for the 21st pick. Yeah, this is a doomsday. Of course, it's the very first mock draft that we do. And then we have a doomsday scenario. Good straight off the bat. Good challenge. I think that let's talk about it though, because you just mentioned it. Jameson Williams, Trevor penning booth alaba. I think if they come away with it and then Jordan Davis was at 15, right? So he gave us one of those eagles picks. I think 16, 15, yeah. Yeah, so all of our and Garrett Wilson. So this is basically everybody that the Patriots might want to draft just went right off the board right before we could get to this pick. This is where you look at it. In a Devon, Lloyd went 14 is another one a lot of people. Right. So this is where I sit back and I look at it and I say, if this is the way that it looks, they got a trade down. They absolutely have to trade down because the drop off now that we're at is substantial where the guy that they're going to get when they trade down, I don't think is going to be that much worse. Now the problem that you have is that if you trade down too far, then for instance, if we go to the corner, so do we want to look at the best on the board, just laid out? Sure. But I think I would much rather draft him later. Right. Lindbergh's interesting one. I wonder if they would take a job over here and see it as value pick. No, I think it's still too high because he's going to be out for the whole year. The guy that I think is interesting here, if they're going to go that position, obviously, elam, we'll talk about too. I do like Jermaine Johnson from Florida state for them a lot..
The Paul Finebaum Show
"trayvon walker" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Course corral. Let me ask you about NFL coaches leaning heavily on particular coaches. I've spoken to you in the past about Nick Saban and it seems like Belichick among others believes pretty heavily. You've got a lot of familiarity with saving as we've talked about in the past and being one of your former coaches. When it's in between, does that make a big difference? You mean, when you're not quite sure about a guy. Yeah. Absolutely. Look, I mean, sources in the college level. Sources that you trust. People who you know understand the differences between college and the pros can kind of make the projection as far as what their guy in college will look like once they get to the pros, how much profile concepts they that they were exposed to in college. And how that will help them in the pros. Those guys are in the I mean, they're just, you can't really place a value on them. And a guy like Nick, who has coached at the very, very highest level. And one of the was one of the very best to do it as a coordinator in particular, to have that relationship with him is priceless. It's absolutely priceless in today's game. And he's someone who and really, you would think it would just be on the defensive side of the ball, but Nick understands offensive football as well as anyone as well. And you need those sources. You need those resources. You need those testimonials from guys like that because look, it's hard, man. And it's really hard in the NFL now with the decrease in the amount of practice time that you get overall the amount of 11 on 11 time that you get, the reduction in preseason gains of reduction in live scrimmage opportunities, you are really having to make some obviously they're educated guesses educated projections, but you just don't have the resume on some of these guys that you would maybe have had in the past. So coaches like coach Sabin, their tremendous resources and I'll tell you what, if I ever got back in the NFL, you can best believe I would be absolutely chewing his ear off, asking him about information, not only about the guys that he coached, but the guys that he coached against because you can bet that he has a rolodex on everybody and he doesn't forget anything. So yeah, those guys, those guys are critical, especially in those decisions where it can go either way with maybe two different guys. He could definitely help you break the time. I know we're talking broadly here, but Kirby smart just put one of the greatest defenses on the field we've ever seen and they're almost too many players to go through, but as you look at that, as you watch that Georgia team throughout the fall and now look at them individually. What comes to mind in terms of talent other than enormous? Yeah. Yeah. I mean, they have, they have a little bit of everything that you want, right? I mean, so if you're looking for a guy who is a prototype four three three technique, a defensive tackle who can rush the passer who can play a one dev style defense or a two gap style defense and be just hell on wheels as a point of attack player against the run chase ball carries down on third down and get after the passer. But devonte Wyatt, and he can do it all. I mean, he can do all of that. And he plays at such a high clip at a high tempo and he's so advanced with his hands. I mean, that's just ridiculous. And then, you know, when you adjust the pose that with a guy like Jordan Davis, who athletically now, I mean, he had everybody's head blowing up at the combine with how a big man like that can move like that, not just in a straight line, but as far as his change of direction skills. I mean, that's just, that's just unfair that one team has that many people on its roster on one side of the ball in particular. And then even the garlic Trayvon walker, who quite honestly, for me, when I was watching George's defense, between Jordan and devonta and then Trayvon looked the other two stood out to me. They had their flash moments where you were like, okay, yeah, I want one of those. I want one of those. What was interesting to me about Trayvon is when he tested at the combine, I did not expect to see, although people had said he's going to test very, very well. See, I didn't see that same kind of athleticism transferring on the football field that I saw with the vontae in Jordan. But when you have a guy who's that big and that fast, you go back and you watch more tape and you really, you make a little bit more of a projection. That's where you kind of go to his coaches down at Georgia and go, hey look, I didn't necessarily see this athletic athleticism transfer on the field like it did with some of your other players, but just tell me a little bit more about the guide, the player is preparation is passion, you know, all those kinds of things because you don't want to be the guy who misses on someone who's that gifted athletically. The Kobe dean stands out because he's just a baller. He is about as tough as they get. He is fast. He is physical. He can blitz he can cover he can tackle. Lewis scene is one of my favorite guys in the draft because of just how dynamic key is to closing quickness to tackling ability to hitting ability. I mean, it's this player after player after player, man. And so it's no surprise that they won the national championship. Finally, Lewis, there are drafts when it's obvious. So we don't need to wait until draft night to see whether Trevor Lawrence gets picked or someone else. This year, I've seen a number of different names pop up and it is neat oriented with the Jaguars, but is there one player in this draft regardless of position that if you were making the call, you would grab? Honestly, I think icky acquired them from NC state offensive tackle because of how he plays the game, the nastiness with what he plays in the run game, the just in your face wanting to physically impose his will on new is something that really catches my attention, especially at a premium position like that, which is when you're talking about left tackle in particular, you kind of associate it with being up the meth position as far as having to have great feed, protect the passers, blindside, et cetera, et cetera. But this guy plays the game with the throwback mentality while also having the ability to be one of those dancing bear quote unquote type of guys who can protect with the very best of them and has worked really hard to get his game to that level. He's probably the guy for me that I think and then listening to him talk at the combine that really just has me excited about what his what is prospects are at the next level and how good he could possibly be. But look, I mean at that position alone, Paul, I mean every meal is another one that your listeners are very, very familiar with who is going to be a hell of a pro who's very versatile has played multiple positions along the law of the line during his time there at Alabama. Charles cross same way. I mean, there's just so many a good ones, but Nicki is one of those guys who, to me, because of its physicality, I'd be super, super excited if I can get my hands on him. Many thanks to Louis Rick. Louis, I know how busy you are. Because I've watched you all day and this is a very busy time of the year. So thanks for making a few minutes for us. It's always a pleasure. Absolutely, man. Hey, look, every time I'm in the car in the afternoon,.
Strong Opinion Sports
"trayvon walker" Discussed on Strong Opinion Sports
"I was a big rashawn Gary guy. People are gonna be like, God, this guy's such a freaking packer's Homer. It's disgusting. But if you go back and look, I had a video before rashawn Gary was a packer. It was like the hate's gone too far in rashawn Gary. And I was a huge Jordan love guy as well before the draft. So just want to clarify that. But yeah, yeah. You don't like him because they're packers you liked them before. Right. So rashawn Gary, who didn't have like this crazy level production, but was this great athlete was actually getting a lot of hate before the draft. People were saying he was like a second round guy. And I was like, well, he has really good traits and he shows flashes where he just like, he lands his hands inside and it just he overwhelms offensive tackles. He's got those dynamite hands where he hits that bulrush and there's nothing to tackle can do. And it's the whole converting speed to power thing, which he does really well because if you can four sequels, what does it mass times acceleration or whatever it is? That's converting speed to power. So that's why I really liked rashawn Gary, who everyone's comparing Trayvon walker two because I think a lot of people missed on rashawn Gary and now they want to be right about Trayvon walker. But when I watch Trayvon walker, I just don't see that same the same flashes where he's got his hands on you and he's dominating the rep. He's very good at like shedding blocks. He's going to be a really good run defender. He has strong arms, but he doesn't he can't match his lower half with his upper half. If that makes sense to create this like dominant bull rush. So I'm just a little bit lower on walker. I think George's scheme was kind of weird and they always had him in like a contained rush all the time..
The Rich Eisen Show
"trayvon walker" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"And you run it around at a certain way in your time, and that's how you can be measured for your explosiveness and things like that, correct? That's just going to make people understand your direction. It's really great for passwords, because you see the explosiveness. You see the change of direction. And you see the ability to bend kind of when you come around that last cone. So those are pretty important. The characteristics of pass rusher. So yeah, he was great there. Well, I guess if I just got that one out of you, we could kind of mock it in a way. So if that happens, then the Lions would take who, would that open the door for Kyle Hamilton, a safety to go to? Would they need a pass protector for whoever if a golf or whoever they go long term at that position? What would the lines do it too? Would they do? I would say, I would say offensive line would be out rich just because they're in pretty good shape there, especially with penne sewell who they took last year. Right. So I would cross the tackles off the list. You bring up Kyle Hamilton. People are split on that about early to take a safety. Right. I honestly think, and I think cave on thibodeau comes into play there. As an edge rusher and we talked about it during the broadcast, would not shock me at all if Trayvon walker climbed all the way up to the second pick in the draft. I mean, he's just such a, he's a unique player. I mean, you don't see guys with that height weight speed combination with the fluidity that he showed. And the knock on him, people said, oh, you know, kind of had average sac production and you can't take a guy all the way up there. And then all you have to do is point to Jermaine Johnson, who was playing in that same Georgia defense, had four sacks, and then he goes to Florida state because he wanted to actually get on the field consistently. And he leads the ACC and Sachs and has 12 and then he goes and senior will and nobody could block him. So that Georgia defense is we've talked about all week. It was just absolutely stacked and loaded. And I think that that's like a defensive line coach's dream to have that combination of skills that he possesses. So I think he enters the conversation right there at number two, especially if Hutchinson goes one. Daniel Jeremiah here on the rich eisen show. So you just mentioned that Trayvon walker could go as high as two. He was so terrific at the combine and then you mentioned kayvon thibodeau could go there as well. Well, because I discussed yesterday the conversation was coming out of thibodeaux 40 and then nothing else is that he didn't hurt himself, but he also did not help himself, like there's a difference between you hurt yourself the combine, but you also didn't help yourself. How did everything land again after all the dust is now settled with thibodeaux not working out at the combine where into which he arrived with so many questions about his want to motor, desire based on his tape and everything else. Daniel. Yeah, I think that the issue isn't that he didn't do the field workout. I think if he came into the combine and did media and talked with teams and said, hey, here's the plan as a bunch of guys before him and a bunch of guys after him will have said which would be either I'm going to go out here. I'm just going to run the 40. I've been training for the 40. I'm going to run the 40 year and then I want to go do the field workout at Oregon and we've heard guys say it rich, right? I want to try and bring as many scouts as I can to Oregon because then they can get a chance to evaluate my teammates. It's a great opportunity for them. Or even if you didn't say that, they said, hey, this is my plan. I'm going to run the 40 and then I'm going to really hone it on the position drills at the pro day. Okay. Cool. No problem. Been done a million times. Nobody would bat an eye. But when you tell everybody in the media and with the teams that you plan on doing everything and then you get out there and you're on a 40 and then you stop and say, I'm done for the day. It was just kind of weird. And then the explanation. This is explanation would have been, hey, I just want to save everything for my pro day. Okay. I get it. You made a last second decision. No big deal. But when he said, I want to do linebacker drills. Well, yeah, so does Trayvon walker and so did so to all these guys. And they all, you get a chance to do all the linebacker drills due to the D line drills and then you do the linebacker drills. So the explanation was just kind of goofy. And then you kind of add into that just kind of coming into the process, teams kind of have some concerns there. And I mentioned it, just when you watch some of the games, you see them take some place off. Now it's not like he's not a he's not a dog, right? Somebody just doesn't play hard all the time. Oh, there's some plays here or there. And that was just a little bit of a concern. So you come here, you do everything, you put that all the bed and we move on. But he chose not to do that. So in a year where we're a little bit light at that position and probably it wouldn't be a big deal either. But we're so stacked at that position. I think he gave up some room for those guys to leapfrog him. And yet though, you still think it's possible he could go to overall of Hutchinson goes one overall and that's the way that domino is tumble. When all comes down to him? No, I think that's I think that's entirely possible. So I mean, this thing could all come out in the wash and he's the second pick overall and it was much ado about nothing. But I agree with the way you phrased it. It just kind of opened the door a little bit to give those other guys some room to jump in. Or on the other hand, if it's apples to apples as you know a bunch of other evaluators like to say where it's just like, okay, we want to pass rusher and I can go with Trayvon walker of Georgia or kayvon thibodeau of Oregon. This is the measurement or evaluation that could wind up with the bulldog being selected, right? That's the way it goes. If you ask me right now, what are we march 8th? Yes, sir. In my opinion, do I think that walker or thibodaux will go first? I will tell you in my opinion on March 8th is that Trayvon walker will get picked ahead of Q on thibodaux. Okay. All right. The news of the day, Daniel. I don't know if you heard it because it was just a recently announced Aaron Rodgers is staying put in Green Bay four years, $200 million your thoughts on that subject. Wow. Yeah. Well, I haven't seen that. So I guess what happens when you drop the kids off at school, you miss the biggest NFL news of the season here. Well, it's kind of what we originally thought. I think after the season ended and you heard Aaron's positivity towards everyone in the organization both downstairs and upstairs that it looked like it was headed towards that and then I think there's that delay. So we sat there and entertained the idea of maybe this could this could happen if you go somewhere else, but we were sitting up there in the booth talking about this rich and just I couldn't imagine.
"trayvon walker" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Outstanding start for Georgia. The dogs leading 14 to nothing. That last drive covered 55 yards, five plays a 12 yard cash in from Bennett. To Kenny Mack on the touchdown throw that should Georgia medals drive summary from a doghouse to a doghouse Georgia medals. Has got you covered. So with 10 17 to go in the first quarter. It's now 14 to nothing. Georgia as the guys in red and silver will kick it away from right to left. This will be Jake Camarda, the preseason all American punter. To handle the kickoff duties here and Jermaine Brown is one of the guys back deep for you. A B High end over end kick spinning going to come down a yard deep in the end zone. Burton calls for the fair catch makes it takes a knee in the end zone. And the Blazers will take the touch back in the ball. At the 25 yard line Dawg fans whether your favorite seat is right on the 50 or comes with a bird's eye view, had to StubHub and grab 100% verified tickets. So you know you'll get in. StubHub has been getting fans into the game for over 21 years. And is the official fan to fan ticket marketplace of the Georgia Bulldogs. StubHub be there? If your steps have been it, you can't have a better start to the football Game three for 32 touchdown passes now. Got a rating of 442.4. I'm not sure if I've ever seen that. Grazie. Take a picture. Quit get a screenshot. All right. Here's the U. A. B and Johnston on a play fake and a roll out to the near side that kind of blew up in his face. He's just going to have to scramble and try to find whatever he can. Between the hash marks. He ends up getting two yards before being hit by Trayvon Walker. At the 27 yard line again of two on the Quarterback scramble there by the Blazers second and eight. Smart play there by Johnston again Coverage of the Georgia secondary Just outstanding. We talked about it last week as well. This rebuilt Georgia secondary, a great job against Clemson, right there Fantastic again. Adam Anderson was helping to blow up that play in pursuit of the quarterback play fake by Johnston. He'll throw this time He's got happy feet in the pocket. He throws it anyway. At the 35. And Johnson Sanders is the intended target, but to red shirts, they're defending. One of them was Latavius Brini to help break up the ball..