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NFL Network analyst. Chargers radio analyst Twitter/Snapchat/Facebook: MoveTheSticks

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Ohio State CB (1) Jeff Okudah is more talented than any CB in last year’s draft class. He has size, twitch, toughness and instincts. He doesn’t have pick production but he can find/play the ball. Ohio State continues to be a CB factory.

OU WR CeeDee Lamb highlights set to a New Edition jam. You’re welcome America.

Bama LB (32) Dylan Moses is explosive! He has room to grow but the flashes are impressive. Short area burst, range & he can roll his on contact. Excited to follow him this fall.

Our MTS Position Prototype Series continues— today we’re talking WRs. What do you look for when evaluating WRs? What do we mean when we talk about building a basketball team? Who’s THE prototype at the position in today’s game? @bigplayfootball & I chat with ATL GM Thomas Dimitroff, SB winning HC Brian Billick and 15 yr vet Brandon Stokley. (link in bio)

I ❤️ Colorado WR Laviska Shenault. He has outstanding size/speed/physicality. His competitiveness jumps off the screen. He run blocks, pass blocks (from the wing) and attacks defenders after the catch. He’s a combination of Mike Williams and JuJu.

Michigan WR Nico Collins adjusts to the ball very smoothly/easily. He’s got a huge frame and he’s a very nimble athlete. Reminds me of Allen Robinson coming out of college.

Bama WR Jerry Jeudy = smooth operator. He’s such an easy mover. Reminds me a little of Robert Woods coming out of USC. Same frame, same understanding/instincts.

Bama WR Henry Ruggs III can play in slot or out wide. He has tremendous explosiveness and he is very acrobatic down the field. Love his competitiveness too. We use the phrase “destroys pursuit angles” in scouting—check 3rd play. That’s what it looks like.

Tua has several of these Copperfield plays. This is where the Russell Wilson comps come from.

ASU RB Eno Benjamin has elite stop/start quickness and lateral agility. Fun player to watch.

I love the way FSU RB Cam Akers attacks the line of scrimmage and finishes runs. He also has a good feel for when to bounce outside and find space. Love his combo of physicality and instincts.

We just launched our MTS prototype series, starting with the RB position. Each episode will cover the evaluation process for one position. We talk to HOF players & some of the brightest GM’s in the NFL about what matters most when evaluating this specific position. I think you’ll enjoy it. (Link in bio)

Georgia RB D’Andre Swift has outstanding vision and the ability to consistently make the free defender miss in space.

Another NFL Media Group symposium in the books! Love our squad!

This place is beautiful! cc @joshcox

Took the MTS podcast to USC today. Really enjoyed the conversations and look forward to sharing them in the near future.

The best pass rushers have the ability to flatten at the top of their rush and corner to the QB with all of their cleats firmly in the ground. No drifting. You can see it with these 3 plays.

Really enjoyed visiting/listening to Peyton Manning at the @entreleadership summit a couple weeks ago. Here are some of the takeaways:

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