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cysporsche wrote: 1) Chiefs - Luke Joekel LT2) Jags - Damontre Moore OLB3) Raiders - Star Lotulelei DT4) Eagles - Dee Milliner CB5) Lions - Jarvis Jones OLB6) Browns - Bjoern Werner DE7) Cardinals - Chance Warmack G8) Bills - Manti Te'o MLB9) Jets - Barkevious Mingo OLB10) Titans - Dion Jordan OLBFor the life of me, I don't understand all the love for Mingo 6'5"/240 from LSU ? He had 5 sacks all season, while rotating. He is not even a 3 down LB. He was only 2nd team SEC LB. Someone please explain to me why all the love for Mingo and why he should be a top 10 Draft pick. When I watched this kid play, I think of Aaron Maybin. And why so many different draft mocks have Mingo going to the Jets @ 9 ?Go Jets...Cyborg
Report from Rob Rang CBS:"While Mingo might be a bit raw considering he's only started five collegiate games, he is perfectly built for today's frenzied pass rush. He is a long-armed, explosive athlete who plays with surprising power despite his lack of ideal weight.
While a bit inconsistent at the snap, when he times it right Mingo can explode off the ball past the tackle, using a good shoulder dip and surprisingly powerful hands to rip through contact and take the corner.
What is exciting about Mingo is that he's not just a physical freak but a surprisingly instinctive, technically refined football player. Mingo's use of his arms and hands belie his experience. He uses them well to keep distance between himself and the tackle and has a natural feel for pass rushing, showing good lateral agility, flexibility and creativity with his fakes to get the bigger man leaning. He has a very good spin move that he likes to use against interior offensive linemen when stunting back inside. He locates the ball quickly, shows good vision and balance to get to the action and closes with a pop.
Mingo may lack the size of a traditional 4-3 defensive end but with teams becoming increasingly interested in hybrid defenders who can play multiple roles, his weight isn't likely to be a problem. The NFL loves pass rushers and therefore they'll love Mingo. He just might be the best pass rusher in the country and checks in at No. 3 on my Big Board."
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cysporsche wrote: Sarge, If Jarvis Jones was from Alabama, he would be # 1 on your board.Plus JGrote post above about Mingo, is the identical bio I read about Aaron Maybin, and we all know how that turned out.Based on Jones, Warmack & Star all being picked before us, I believe I would trade back for an additional 2nd round pick. I'm not excited about this years class.Go Jets...Cyborg
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Sarge4tide wrote: I think Bingo is awesome. I'd take him over Jarvis Jones and Manti Teo any day of the week.
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Jetman55 wrote: Sarge4tide wrote: I think Bingo is awesome. I'd take him over Jarvis Jones and Manti Teo any day of the week.Sorry, I like Jones, but Mingo is about tied with him, IMO. Jones has 26 sacks in the last 2 seasons.
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cysporsche wrote: Jetman55 wrote: Sarge4tide wrote: I think Bingo is awesome. I'd take him over Jarvis Jones and Manti Teo any day of the week.Sorry, I like Jones, but Mingo is about tied with him, IMO. Jones has 26 sacks in the last 2 seasons.Mingo had 8 sacks his junior year and 5 this year, that's half of what Jarvis Jones has in two seasons. Why ?Plus Jones is a much better in pass coverage.Go Jets...Cyborg
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