Discussion in 'College Football Forum' started by AlaskaGuy, May 1, 2019.
U definitely are a DB
Also worth noting that coming out of high school many of those guys weren't highly rated.
Kevin King: Rated as the #43 CB in the nation. #571 overall.
Sidney Jones: Rated as the #94 athlete in the nation. #1,107 overall.
Taylor Rapp: Rated as the #27 safety in the nation. #470 overall.
Jordan Miller: Rated as the #89 CB in the nation. #970 overall.
Seattle Seahawks passed on Rapp
Rapp is going to make Seattle pay for that decision.
Meh...we've had 7 first rounders in 8 years. I guess if second round is all you aspire to, you guys are good?
Rapp doesn't have the athleticism to play a single high safety role in Seattle's defense for what it's worth. He projects as a solid, decade-long starter at SS but I wouldn't trust him playing centerfield in the NFL. He's assignment sound and an all around good player, but not a great fit for the Seahawks defense.
Great pick by the Rams and I would've rather had Rapp, but it is what it is.
In order to be DBU, you must have a 1st rounder. Like Jalen Ramsey or Derwin James.
Not saying FSU is DBU anymore but come on Warshington.
We just lost Save'll Smalls to Oregon. Fuuuuuuuuuuuccccccccccccckkkkkkkkkkkk
From what I read it sounds like Rapp can and has played all over the field.
Alabama is a juggernaut at signing the best high school players in the nation and producing NFL players at just about every position.
Let the normal college football teams have their fun please.
Picture becoming more clear for five-star OLB Sav'ell Smalls
I'm not dinging Rapp as I think he's going to be an above average SS at the NFL level for over a decade. From what I've observed he appears to be a guy who can play all over the field at the CFB level, but I wouldn't trust him as a free safety in a cover-3 base defense where the FS essentially plays centerfield.
He's all around a great player and excelled in the Husky defense all around the field, but I see him as a guy who will be a great run defender and terrific in zone coverage as a SS. If you put him at FS, you take him out of the box and take away form of his greatest strengths and he could be a slight liability if he's playing FS in cover 3. He has excellent instincts, but I don't believe he has the athleticism to really cover that much ground.
Ya'll got a great player, he'll be an excellent SS and can probably hold up at FS if he is asked to do so, but he's a better fit at SS.
I told everyone he was a prima donna cvnt and they all said .. 'you're being too harsh on the kid'. Well look who was right. Fvck that little cvnt and his 10" forehead.
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