Originally posted by SolRebe1:
I could see this guy developing slowly and well in the practice squad like Boone did.
Slowey developed slow, I like it. The niners appear to be setting themselves up to have a deep roster for once, and a deep PS. I totally agree that Slowy could be a PS player, or gulp make the roster if he can play back up center and guard, and I bellieve Beeler only plays center.
Originally posted by jreff22:
well if you take a small school kid he has to be dominant and this kid is
I think you're selling his performance a little short... what's better than "dominant"?
super dominant lol
with proper nutrition and a pro style lifting regiment I think he will drop 15lbs of fat but put on 25 of muscle....I have a good feeling about this kid.
I really like NC mentioning the FB thing. Want to see that this season. Slowey hitting LBs in teh A gap for Gore = sex.
And Kilgore leading the way...not allowing anyone to Kill Gore. LOL. Had to say it!
Honestly, though... if Slowey shows well in camp I think he'll make the roster with his versatility. Harbaugh loves to put big linemen in unusual formations. They had that utility lineman at Stanford that would line up at FB and TE a lot. If Slowey can show the ability to play some FB, he'll make the squad based on that alone, IMO.
Luckily it's now how you start that matters but how you finish.
Sounds like this kid has evolved into a weight room junky and tat is always a good thing. It may jus be me, but I like Slowey's highlights more than Amini Silatolus. He is nasty as f**k. Love the late round linemen Baalke has been bringing in. I feel really good about our depth moving forward.
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