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2013 Defensive Line Prospects (DE, DT, and NT)

Originally posted by SF69ers:
John Jenkins vs. Barrett Jones was interesting. Looked like Jones kept Jenkins quiet most of that game.

barret jones is someone id like us to get in the 2nd
Originally posted by NTeply49:
Originally posted by SF69ers:
John Jenkins vs. Barrett Jones was interesting. Looked like Jones kept Jenkins quiet most of that game.

barret jones is someone id like us to get in the 2nd

i like Jones. one of my favorite prospects, but i have a feeling he'll be there in the 3rd
Someone break down Kawann Short vs Datone Jones for me. Not a CFB watcher, and their scouting reports sort of bleed together and I keep getting them confused. Both late-1st prospects at DE, it seems.
In my opinion, Glenn Dorsey fits us better as a 3-4 DE, not at NT. We could use him in a similar role to how used Ricky Jean-Francois. Put him in a DE rotation, then kick him inside to DT in 3rd down passing situations. I forsee the 49ers drafting a DT/NT early to compete with Ian Williams. Maybe a guy like Jesse Williams (Alabama), Sylvester Williams (UNC), or Jonathan Hankins (Ohio St.)?
Georgia NT John Jenkins ranks as the 25th overall prospect in the 2013 NFL Draft, according to Scouts Inc.

Jenkins fits in Scouts Inc.'s fourth tier, with the designation reading that "these prospects have the tools to be good value picks in the late-first round." The massive Georgia defensive lineman earned a grade of 90 and was listed in the same tier as Sylvester Williams.
Originally posted by SF69ers:
Originally posted by NTeply49:
Originally posted by SF69ers:
John Jenkins vs. Barrett Jones was interesting. Looked like Jones kept Jenkins quiet most of that game.

barret jones is someone id like us to get in the 2nd

i like Jones. one of my favorite prospects, but i have a feeling he'll be there in the 3rd

agreed, a lot of draft simulations have him going 3d-4th
Originally posted by PTulini:
Georgia NT John Jenkins ranks as the 25th overall prospect in the 2013 NFL Draft, according to Scouts Inc.

Jenkins fits in Scouts Inc.'s fourth tier, with the designation reading that "these prospects have the tools to be good value picks in the late-first round." The massive Georgia defensive lineman earned a grade of 90 and was listed in the same tier as Sylvester Willia.

Scout dropped the ball on this one. He's not going to be able to bowling ball his way into the backfield in the pros. He also can't last a 2 qtrs. Terrance Cody 2.0 except Cody had better college production.
@RavensInsider: Central Florida defensive lineman Jose Jose has a private workout coming up with the Texans, per a source 49ers expected to schedule, too

http://www.ucfathletics.com/sports/m-footbl/mtt/jose_jose_742491.html

http://www.orlandosentinel.com/sports/blogs/knights-notepad/os-ucf-former-ucf-dt-jose-jose-discusses-nfl-aspirations-20130309,0,91485.post



^^ LOL look at the bar when he's done.
Originally posted by PTulini:
@RavensInsider: Central Florida defensive lineman Jose Jose has a private workout coming up with the Texans, per a source 49ers expected to schedule, too

http://www.ucfathletics.com/sports/m-footbl/mtt/jose_jose_742491.html

http://www.orlandosentinel.com/sports/blogs/knights-notepad/os-ucf-former-ucf-dt-jose-jose-discusses-nfl-aspirations-20130309,0,91485.post




lol jose jose? is this real?
^^ You would think that's a Tulsa offensive line highlight video... haha that Jose Jose guy get's stood up almost every play by one blocker.. He's never even double teamed
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In two years, Jose played in only 17 games.

He had a total of 11 tackles, with 0.5 tackle for a loss.
Originally posted by LieutKaffee:
Someone break down Kawann Short vs Datone Jones for me. Not a CFB watcher, and their scouting reports sort of bleed together and I keep getting them confused. Both late-1st prospects at DE, it seems.


I think the big difference between the 2, in at least everything I've read, is that with Short, his motor runs hot and cold, whereas those concerns were never raised with Jones. I think Short might be better inside than Jones but Jones has the edge in the speed rush department. I'd be totally happy with either one. To me, they are sort of like Ray McDonald clones...I don't think either are going to get you guady sack numbers, but like Ray Mac, I think they'll get a lot of QB pressures and be generally disruptive, and have the ability to line up at 3-4 base end, but then kick inside on passing situations
Originally posted by LieutKaffee:
Someone break down Kawann Short vs Datone Jones for me. Not a CFB watcher, and their scouting reports sort of bleed together and I keep getting them confused. Both late-1st prospects at DE, it seems.


I think the big difference between the 2, in at least everything I've read, is that with Short, his motor runs hot and cold, whereas those concerns were never raised with Jones. I think Short might be better inside than Jones but Jones has the edge in the speed rush department. I'd be totally happy with either one. To me, they are sort of like Ray McDonald clones...I don't think either are going to get you guady sack numbers, but like Ray Mac, I think they'll get a lot of QB pressures and be generally disruptive, and have the ability to line up at 3-4 base end, but then kick inside on passing situations
Star Lotulelei absolutely killed his Pro Day. I think he may have solidified his spot in the top-5 amid his heart condition