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From Dave Te-Tech's Edmunds Could Be 2018 Draft OLB Find

nflscouting : 6/18/2017 4:17 pm
Continuing our Rising Stars features, our staff has identified a rising star who joined the ranks of the Virginia Tech Hokies in 2015, strong-side linebacker Tremaine Edmunds. Tech fans are quite familiar with the name, as he recorded 106 tackles and tied the school season-record with a combined 18.5 stops behind the line of scrimmage last year. It is also the school where older brother, Trey, played for, and another brother, Terrell, is one of the top safeties in college football and a teammate. Further links to their football pedigree was their father, Ferrell, who was an All-Pro tight end for Miami and Seattle during his seven-year NFL career. Below is a detailed scouting report on a player we feel will be one of the first if not the first linebackers selected, if the junior opts to enter the 2018 NFL Draft. It is a move he will have to closely examine, especially after the ill-fated decisions made by Isaiah Ford, Jerod Evans and Bucky Hodges. All three underclassmen, were in for a rude awakening during 2017 draft proceedings. Below is a link to his scouting report, so join up for The NFL Draft Report to get my regular features;
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nflscouting : 6/18/2017 4:49 pm : link
I will be identifying the "glass slipper" guys for Giants needs. Check out the new post on OLB Tremaine Edmunds-Virginia Tech, my #2 LB overall, but a guy with huge upside. His dad was an All-Pro TE for Miami & Seattle.
This week-a look at a MLB that we identified as the rising star-Ohio State's Chris Worley & a Brandon Marshall WR clone-Pitt's Jester Weah
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robbieballs2003 : 6/18/2017 5:44 pm : link
I remember someone saying that the Giants were high on the Oregon RB. I thought he was going to come out this past year but he decided to stay in school. I wonder if that will be a good decision. Only time will tell.
nflscouting : 6/18/2017 7:31 pm : link
Surprisingly, Freeman goes into the season with a Round 3 grade. The stud muffin is Penn State's Saquon Barkley, everybody's #1 guy overall. Chubb is impressive at Georgia with a big caveat - injuries. That scat back at Northwester, Justin Jackson is somebody to keep tabs on, but wanna see the RB sleeper. Go to the Bronx! Yup, Fordham has a good one, Chase Edmonds, a 3-time 1,000 yard guy with over 5400 so far.
West Virginia's Justin Crawford is a LeSean McCoy type, USC's Ronald Jones should go Round two & I actually like LSU's Derek Guice better than Fournette. Biggest bust? Of course, a Tide guy - Bo Scarborough - can't get over minor injuries & a Carlos Mensina dee-dee-dee type, if you catch the drift.
Awesome insight!!  
uncledave : 6/19/2017 9:36 am : link
really appreciate all you guys do and contribute here, thank you.
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