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    I think this draft is a great RT class but lacking the LT guys. Why i think the tackles are all rated as late 1st to early 2nd guys. Plus the fact there aee so many good defensive prospects.

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    1st-- Cam Robinson LT
    2nd-- Dion Dawkins/Dorian Johnson LG
    3rd-- Sidney Jones CB
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ziggy View Post
    Mike Mayock now has Cam Robinson as his #1 tackle. Quite the backpedal after saying that he would have to be a guard in the NFL. I wonder if he just hadn't studied the film earlier on.
    For me cam is definitely a LT, he has the best kick out of them all and once he gets his hands on the defender it is over. He is the only guy I would takeThe at 20 if we went OL with the pick.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DT88TheGreat View Post
    For me cam is definitely a LT, he has the best kick out of them all and once he gets his hands on the defender it is over. He is the only guy I would takeThe at 20 if we went OL with the pick.
    Per the talking head evaluators...he has poor feet and is beat by speed rushers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DT88TheGreat View Post
    For me cam is definitely a LT, he has the best kick out of them all and once he gets his hands on the defender it is over. He is the only guy I would takeThe at 20 if we went OL with the pick.
    Yeah, he has those death-mitts. But his kick is inconsistent from what I saw. Leans on his strength, and doesn't always work his hands like a pro. A guy like Ware would eat him alive with better hand technique and trickeration.
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    He hung with the number 1 pick blow for blow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DT88TheGreat View Post
    He hung with the number 1 pick blow for blow.
    So did the southern methodist left tackle.

    Robinson had a lot of TE help

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    Bolles may be the top tackle target but its time for smoke and mirrors

    http://den.247sports.com/Bolt/Report...olles-52374275

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    Quote Originally Posted by NightTerror218 View Post
    Bolles may be the top tackle target but its time for smoke and mirrors

    http://den.247sports.com/Bolt/Report...olles-52374275
    I like this

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    Quote Originally Posted by NightTerror218 View Post
    So did the southern methodist left tackle.

    Robinson had a lot of TE help
    I didn't see any tight end help on the film.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by DT88TheGreat View Post
    I didn't see any tight end help on the film.....
    Hard to get film on a OT.

    https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&sour..._DlJhS-clz3QJA


    Several scouting rwports mention howard helping. Which is why hiwaed is considered an all around TE who can block. This link lists te help under weakness.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DT88TheGreat View Post
    He hung with the number 1 pick blow for blow.
    https://youtu.be/s1Dz6-Xs0Y0

    Here is robinson being abused by Garrett. Its not pretty. Bull rush. Speed rush.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NightTerror218 View Post
    https://youtu.be/s1Dz6-Xs0Y0

    Here is robinson being abused by Garrett. Its not pretty. Bull rush. Speed rush.
    Bama vs tenenesse

    https://youtu.be/Sk0_iAVH9VI
    Robinson does not stand out as best blocker on that line. Bama runs over center to right side a lot. Do see a lot of run plays with overloaded left side te or 2 te outside of robinson.

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    Pass on Bolles. If selected in the 1st, the kid will be 30 by his second contract. Guilty of age discrimination.........so what!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Traveler View Post
    Pass on Bolles. If selected in the 1st, the kid will be 30 by his second contract. Guilty of age discrimination.........so what!
    The years of playing flootball would have an equal impact on his body. So, when he's 30 he'll likely have the same mileage left that other tackles would at 28. Hypothetically, he should be a viable tackle into his mid 30's. Besides, if we get 5 years of quality production from him it will be worth the #20 pick. He has a lot of upside and should he a good blind side protector.

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