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Werner to the Bucs, Rhodes to the Colts.
We told you this year's draft was one of those exception-to-rule affairs, and the just-completed NFL scouting combine in Indianapolis seemed to confirm it. To wit:
Chris Nee of 247Sports.com. You can follow me on twitter @CNee247.
I love that we have multiple guys going in the 1 st round. Barring injuries Jenkins and Tank might have been as well. Menelik has a chance as well. P.S. I'm glad to be over here with you guys on this site now. I came over from Warchant(Tbonnerfsu) and I enjoy the posting here much more. Too much drama over on Warchant with a few exceptions.
I would love for the Bucs to get Werner or Rhodes at that spot
I'm extremely intrigued by Werner. Love the pass rush ability. Love the motor. But I'd be lying if I said I wasn't concerned about his ability to stop the run against the bigger tackles.
Look forward to tracking his career.
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I honestly think Coach Vic deserves a lot of credit for this. His value to the improvement of our S&C&N program can't be undervalued.
The S&C staff overhaul has done wonders for FSU. Those last few years they were bullied by Boston College and other ACC competition (not even going to talk about UF) and that should just not happen. Vic has done a great job getting guys stronger but keeping them flexible. A guy like Bradham could have easily been 260+ but was worked into great shap that got him drafted.
IMO Werner should have never dropped below 270lbs, his sophomore was great and he would have been better playing at the same weight with the extra off-season training IMO.
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