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Still has Chance Warmack at No. 6.
"Just destroyed the left side of the Arkansas D-line on Saturday. A powerful run-blocker, he isn't just massive; Warmack moves well, with initial power plus the ability to seek out LBs on the second level. Solid pass-blocker, and able to lock up rushers."
Dee Milliner is the only other player at No. 15.
'Mistake-free season so far. Milliner is another player who is extremely physical and isn't shy in run support, but is fluid, reads the game well, and can turn and run with top wideouts. Assembly line in the Bama secondary."
.... Um, how about mistake-free except the double move he got burned on by Michigan. Other than that, spot-on.
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He didn't get burned, he slipped.
He slipped as a result of getting burned.
Chance as the No. 6 guy is amazing. I cannot remember ever seeing a guard that high on a big board. Just goes to show how special he is as a guard.
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No, he pretty much just slipped. Belue got turned around, not milliner
This post was edited by ReasonableDoubt 19 months ago
Nah he slipped bc he was tryin to make up for being out of position...
Just thought about it... It's pretty impressive that there is an argument (for lack of a better word) about whether Milliner slipped or not on 1 of the 2 touchdowns we've given up this year. Meaning: we're really, really good.
Dee bit on the double move and slipped when he tried to recover. There was a decent chance that he could've gotten back and made a play had he not slipped. But there is no mistaking that his slip was a result of biting on the hitch
If you take away 3 plays, we haven't given up a point this season. Those being Milliner slip, Sunseri not thinking Robinson could throw the ball as far as he did on the 77 yd catch, and then the next play being the QB off-tackle.
My coach always told me that if u slip its b/c u didn't do something right. So slip or not, he got burned. Once.
I think you're right. I remeber Belue getting toasted on a double move, but IIRC, Milliner's feet got tangled with the receiver's and he fell down.
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Wasn't DeCastro ranked pretty high at this point in the season last year before slipping a little towards the draft?
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