. Seems like we found a great way of using him as an edge rusher though. Something that he didn't do as much of in High School and college. He's rangy and active, so having him as close to the action/ball as possible could be a real asset.
Did not play safety. His junior season he played purely nickel corner and did come off the field on “heavy” situations. Senior season he played the rover role. Never had his hand in the dirty and played off the los. Since college season ended he easily put on 10-15 lbs of muscle. He was 225 in college. Now I would guess he’s nearing 240
To the best of my knowledge - Giants have not named the position
- that Carlock looks to be a solid 240# now or thereabouts - is that he was among the 20 or so nominees for the Cliff Harris Award last year.
That's the award for the best D II defensive player that Ballentine won.
He must've had a whale of a senior season.
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