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    Default Re: 2020 Verbal: Seth Anderson

    Quote Originally Posted by El_Chapo View Post
    i will need to verify a few things. so far so good

    i mean, its the same HS that produced Slick Vic, Longhorn & Endzone...so there's that..
    What a pipeline of insanely good looking fit men.

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    Default Re: 2020 Verbal: Seth Anderson

    Quote Originally Posted by Vet70 View Post
    In the D1 era two have been close:
    Christian Dallas 2006, 6'3" 267
    Justin Juckem 2010, 6'4" 267. switched to NG at 291 in 2011.
    Christian Dallas slimmed down though and was 6-3, 255 his senior year
    https://gobison.com/roster.aspx?rp_id=4724

    Justin Juckem... mad respect for that kid. He basically played through insane amounts of pain to contribute. If I remember correctly, didnt have much cartridge in either knees and he played through some mega pain and contributed to the Championship

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    Quote Originally Posted by HerdBot View Post
    Christian Dallas slimmed down though and was 6-3, 255 his senior year
    https://gobison.com/roster.aspx?rp_id=4724
    That is why I only listed his weight for 2006.

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    Default Re: 2020 Verbal: Seth Anderson

    I’d rather have the best lineman on the field at left tackle. Our linebacking corps will generate pressure, and we need to keep Lance off his back.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WeAreThePride View Post
    I’d rather have the best lineman on the field at left tackle. Our linebacking corps will generate pressure, and we need to keep Lance off his back.
    I'd rather have the best players on OUR field. Dude wants to play d, let's give him a shot! Maybe that was the difference between keeping or losing the kid

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    Default Re: 2020 Verbal: Seth Anderson

    Quote Originally Posted by Twincitybizon View Post
    I'd rather have the best players on OUR field. Dude wants to play d, let's give him a shot! Maybe that was the difference between keeping or losing the kid
    Yep, recruiting studs on both lines should be the #1 priority in recruiting each and every year. It all starts there. Give me all the Seth Andersons you can get on both sides of the trenches and you've got a great foundation to build on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WeAreThePride View Post
    I’d rather have the best lineman on the field at left tackle. Our linebacking corps will generate pressure, and we need to keep Lance off his back.
    We certainly need to protect the QB but on the other hand, linebackers can't do their job without someone keeping blockers off of them.

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    Default Re: 2020 Verbal: Seth Anderson

    Quote Originally Posted by WeAreThePride View Post
    I’d rather have the best lineman on the field at left tackle. Our linebacking corps will generate pressure, and we need to keep Lance off his back.
    You also want proto typical size at LT and at 6-4, 260, he is undersized. We got our bookends last year with the 6-7 Jake Rock and Hunter Poncius. We also just recruited the 6-8 Miller kid from Ada Borup.

    Seth Anderson is prototypical at the 3 technique or possibly LDE. Maybe if he can get to 300 hes a Center or Guard but that seems like it would take insane amounts of work just to get him to that weight and keep his quickness. He could play DE at his current size or DT at 270-280.

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    Default Re: 2020 Verbal: Seth Anderson

    Quote Originally Posted by HerdBot View Post
    You also want proto typical size at LT and at 6-4, 260, he is undersized. We got our bookends last year with the 6-7 Jake Rock and Hunter Poncius. We also just recruited the 6-8 Miller kid from Ada Borup.

    Seth Anderson is prototypical at the 3 technique or possibly LDE. Maybe if he can get to 300 hes a Center or Guard but that seems like it would take insane amounts of work just to get him to that weight and keep his quickness. He could play DE at his current size or DT at 270-280.
    He's also 17 and just finished his junior year in High School. Big guys don't quit growing at 17.

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    Default Re: 2020 Verbal: Seth Anderson

    Quote Originally Posted by HerdBot View Post
    You also want proto typical size at LT and at 6-4, 260, he is undersized. We got our bookends last year with the 6-7 Jake Rock and Hunter Poncius. We also just recruited the 6-8 Miller kid from Ada Borup.

    Seth Anderson is prototypical at the 3 technique or possibly LDE. Maybe if he can get to 300 hes a Center or Guard but that seems like it would take insane amounts of work just to get him to that weight and keep his quickness. He could play DE at his current size or DT at 270-280.
    I agree. In pass blocking, height and long arms are valued, as well as quick feet.

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