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***OFFICIAL 2019 CU FOOTBALL FALL CAMP THREAD***

hawg1

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Looks like #94 Janaz Jordan might have been flagged for some extra curricular stuff involving Chance Lytle at the end there. I know that it’s been mentioned that Lytle looks solid enough but might not have the NASTINESS to play at this level. I wonder if Kap and MT are wakening a beast?:unsure:
Seen a few pic of Jordan with straight elbow and fist up under face mask with a low center of gravity. OL doesn’t like that.
 

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Acquiring company blocked social media sites so I can't see **** on twitter without going back and forth on my phone to see the linked tweets :ROFLMAO:
 

Trufflesauce

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Quinn Perry's dad was the stunt double for Lou Ferrigno in the Incredible Hulk. He's also a Hall of Fame bodybuilder at Venice Beach. Arnold Schwarzenegger is Quinn's uncle. Good genes is an understatement, and he's a smart kid that wants to be a coach after his football career. Looking forward to seeing what Quinn can do.
 

TSchekler

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Other than being white I don't really see this. Kuechly was way more of an athlete coming out. He ran a sub 4.6 forty at 242 pounds Lol. Landman is a different type of middle backer, imo.
Kuechly definitely wasn’t “way more” of an athlete. I won’t be surprised if Landman runs 4.6 at 235-240 at the combine. And even if he’s not exactly as big or fast as Kuechly, he has been similarly, if not more productive and plays with the same kind of toughness/mentality, not to mention being a leader.
 

onealcd

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Kuechly definitely wasn’t “way more” of an athlete. I won’t be surprised if Landman runs 4.6 at 235-240 at the combine. And even if he’s not exactly as big or fast as Kuechly, he has been similarly, if not more productive and plays with the same kind of toughness/mentality, not to mention being a leader.
I think you are just making stuff up man. Landman isn'g going to be running a 4.6, especially at over 240 pounds which is 10 more than what he weighs right now. Kuechly was a sideline to sideline player at BC, he made a **** ton of tackles everywhere on the field. To put it in perspective, he had almost double the amount of tackles in his last year at BC as Landman did this past year so no their production isn't close. Landman is better in the box, he consistently shoots gaps getting more tackles for loss and is a better pass rusher but he is not the same type of athlete and full coverage guy as Kuechly.
 

TSchekler

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I think you are just making stuff up man. Landman isn'g going to be running a 4.6, especially at over 240 pounds which is 10 more than what he weighs right now. Kuechly was a sideline to sideline player at BC, he made a **** ton of tackles everywhere on the field. To put it in perspective, he had almost double the amount of tackles in his last year at BC as Landman did this past year so no their production isn't close. Landman is better in the box, he consistently shoots gaps getting more tackles for loss and is a better pass rusher but he is not the same type of athlete and full coverage guy as Kuechly.
I misread the tackles for Kuechly, so you’re right, Landmans production isn’t better, but it’s not half of Kuechly’s as you said. Kuechly had 191 tackles his last season (Junior). Landman had 123 tackles last year as a sophomore. I’m also confused as to why you don’t think Landman is a sideline to sideline player, because that’s absolutely what he is...

I’m not trying to say they are mirror images of each other, but I think they profile similarly, and not just because they are white. Did you want me to find a black ILB to compare him to just to avoid the white comp?
 

Not Sure

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It is possible for two players to have similar characteristics and yet have differences at the same time. It’s also not against the law to point out the similarities while acknowledging the differences.
 

onealcd

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I misread the tackles for Kuechly, so you’re right, Landmans production isn’t better, but it’s not half of Kuechly’s as you said. Kuechly had 191 tackles his last season (Junior). Landman had 123 tackles last year as a sophomore. I’m also confused as to why you don’t think Landman is a sideline to sideline player, because that’s absolutely what he is...

I’m not trying to say they are mirror images of each other, but I think they profile similarly, and not just because they are white. Did you want me to find a black ILB to compare him to just to avoid the white comp?
I just used sports reference which had Landman at 104 and Kuechly at 191. Kuechly had 183 as a sophomore and 158 as a freshman.

I am not trying to trash Landman, but Kuechly was all over the field at BC. He was chasing receivers to the sideline in coverage, covering tight ends down the field, making tackles on wide receiver sweeps near the edge of the field. As of right now Landman spends most of his time in the middle of the field, even his interceptions were on passes over the middle. They are just different players. Landman dominates between the tackles more and Kuechly was better in other areas. We are also comparing a Butkus award winner to Landman? That's a tough comparison.
 

TSchekler

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I just used sports reference which had Landman at 104 and Kuechly at 191. Kuechly had 183 as a sophomore and 158 as a freshman.

I am not trying to trash Landman, but Kuechly was all over the field at BC. He was chasing receivers to the sideline in coverage, covering tight ends down the field, making tackles on wide receiver sweeps near the edge of the field. As of right now Landman spends most of his time in the middle of the field, even his interceptions were on passes over the middle. They are just different players. Landman dominates between the tackles more and Kuechly was better in other areas. We are also comparing a Butkus award winner to Landman? That's a tough comparison.
Yes, I’m aware I compared him to one of the best in the NFL. I still stand by the comparison as that’s what I believe to be Landman’s ceiling, as well. Do you not think Landman has Butkus award potential this year or possibly 2020 if he returns?
 
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