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I am not sure who Norris is, but in looking at his other evaluations, he seems solid. The following is his review of MI6.
Melvin Ingram (6-2/264), South Carolina - Somewhat quietly, Ingram had one of the best overall workouts of the 2012 Combine. I still contend his best position is 4-3 defensive end, but limiting Ingram to one position would be selling him short. He looked very fluid in his hips when drop-stepping, and many movements looked effortless. In my Combine preview, I singled out the 3-cone drill as a test that puts speed and power rushers on an equal playing field and seemingly best predicts career success. Ingram's 6.83 time is the third best since 2006. I find it tough to believe he gets past the 12th pick since his on-field success equals his stellar testing.
Third fastest 3-cone since 2006 is amazing. I still think he should play in the 3-4 at OLB, but then again I am not an NFL coach.
This post was edited by HellRooster4 2 years ago
"You’re either a block-gobbler, a farmer, or you’re a damn hunter and playmaker."
He could play safety in a pinch. He literally could have played Spur for us last yr. I was in class with a tight end(he never played, his name was Mike), and he said Lattimore would stay after practice running pass routes. Ingram would stay and cover him. He said Ingram was on him like glue, and would pick off at least half the passes thrown to Latt. Also, Ingram would throw passes to receivers, and he said Melvin had the best arm on the team, and it wasn't even close. He is also an excellent punter, and could be a long snapper in the NFL.
What an athlete, what a football player.
Ally will beat the crap out of Uga.
would have been 6.73 but he did a back flip on the second cone
The te you speak of is Mike Triglia and your semi stalking of players is creepy.
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