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New 49er Corey Lemonier

Lets not go nuts on Lemonier ... I've been all over him since before the draft, but he's not Aldon ... he has good power and is a natural at turning the corner once he gets a half step on the OT, but he's more quick than fast and he has a lot of work to do on technique and leverage. All that said he does have the potential to be a future pro-bowl player, particularly with Aldon on the other side.
"Lets not go nuts on Lemonier ... "

Too late!
Originally posted by Scoots:
Lets not go nuts on Lemonier ... I've been all over him since before the draft, but he's not Aldon ... he has good power and is a natural at turning the corner once he gets a half step on the OT, but he's more quick than fast and he has a lot of work to do on technique and leverage. All that said he does have the potential to be a future pro-bowl player, particularly with Aldon on the other side.

He ran a 4.6 40 so I would aay he's pretty quick for his size especially considering he has a 15 pds on Jordan and Mingo. He does need work but what rookie doesn't need ro be refined. The improvement he has shown his first 2 games is extremely promising.

If lemonier does pan it would cement Baalke as a LB drafting guru. Not to mention Fangios ability to refine the raw into pro bowlers.

I have a question. What kind.of improvents can we expect.from Aldon? How far can and will he continue to progress?
Originally posted by VPofCarnage:
"Lets not go nuts on Lemonier ... "

Too late!

He's the new scott tolzien.
Originally posted by Scoots:
Lets not go nuts on Lemonier ... I've been all over him since before the draft, but he's not Aldon ... he has good power and is a natural at turning the corner once he gets a half step on the OT, but he's more quick than fast and he has a lot of work to do on technique and leverage. All that said he does have the potential to be a future pro-bowl player, particularly with Aldon on the other side.

You don't know that, because Aldon wasn't Aldon until he turned into ALDON.

Originally posted by GhostofFredDean74:
You don't know that, because Aldon wasn't Aldon until he turned into ALDON.


What you did there, I seen it.
Originally posted by pdizo916:
He's the new scott tolzien.


Nah. I think Lemonier could get a high five from a teammate if he scored a TD.
Originally posted by Scoots:
Lets not go nuts on Lemonier ... I've been all over him since before the draft, but he's not Aldon ... he has good power and is a natural at turning the corner once he gets a half step on the OT, but he's more quick than fast and he has a lot of work to do on technique and leverage. All that said he does have the potential to be a future pro-bowl player, particularly with Aldon on the other side.

Aldon was a bust before he became Aldon.

Don't ignore instant production from a rookie. Its not easy to come into this league and play like he has thus far. Its a sign of greatness.
Aldon was showed some VERY good play before he was injured, and after he was injured and came back fast he had to learn some new technique to succeed. I loved the Aldon pick and expected him to be good ... not THIS good, but good. I was also very high on Lemonier, it's just that Lemonier has more to learn coming in than Aldon. But yes, I really like him. I was just saying lets not expect him to produce Like Aldon did.
The new Andre Carter
Lemonier is only going to get better as the season goes on and he learns technique an tricks from our coaches and vets, I think he'll be a monster on obvious passing downs by mid season.

Next season though it's going to be brutal to go up against our defense.
Originally posted by VPofCarnage:
Originally posted by natrone06:
Jordan is more similar to Jason Taylor then Manny Lawson IMO. But we will see.

You're right about that. I do like Jordan better than Mingo, but I think both of 'em are a little lanky & I'd take Lemonier over both of 'em.

Both are injured. Lemonaire ready to play
Lemonier

Fangio got 5 good backers. Smith, Willis, Bowman, Brooks, and Lemonier. Holy s**t! I'm so happy Fangio is the DC
Originally posted by VPofCarnage:
Originally posted by natrone06:
Jordan is more similar to Jason Taylor then Manny Lawson IMO. But we will see.

You're right about that. I do like Jordan better than Mingo, but I think both of 'em are a little lanky & I'd take Lemonier over both of 'em.

... you can't be serious?
Originally posted by qnnhan7:
Lemonier

Fangio got 5 good backers. Smith, Willis, Bowman, Brooks, and Lemonier. Holy s**t! I'm so happy Fangio is the DC
Very good set of linebackers!