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CARTER BYKOWSKI T is a Niner

Tackles are nice
Never can have too many tackles
WHO?!?!?!?
good job. This made our draft spectacular.
Originally posted by pdizo916:
good job. This made our draft spectacular.

lol
/GAME......BLOUSES
Played TE in college as well. Jumbo/heavy package TE/T?
Gil Brandt, NFL.com:

Carter Bykowski, OT (6-6 7/8, 306) - Bykowski ran the 40 in 5.31 and 5.46 seconds. He had a 28 1/2-inch vertical jump. He did the short shuttle in 4.72 seconds and did the three-cone drill in 7.85 seconds. He performed 25 strength lifts. Bykowski, who has 33 3/4-inch arms, opened his college career as a tight end and is capable of playing left tackle. Because of his size, Bykowski might be selected as high as the fourth round of the 2013 NFL Draft.
Solid project lineman with good size. Great height for a tackle, cold probably swing inside to guard as well. Wouldn't be surprised to see him out there as a blocking TE in some situations. OL was the one position we hadn't addressed that needed another body. We got it.
Originally posted by SofaKing:
Gil Brandt, NFL.com:

Carter Bykowski, OT (6-6 7/8, 306) - Bykowski ran the 40 in 5.31 and 5.46 seconds. He had a 28 1/2-inch vertical jump. He did the short shuttle in 4.72 seconds and did the three-cone drill in 7.85 seconds. He performed 25 strength lifts. Bykowski, who has 33 3/4-inch arms, opened his college career as a tight end and is capable of playing left tackle. Because of his size, Bykowski might be selected as high as the fourth round of the 2013 NFL Draft.


What's insane is that Boone was a UFA, and he was not only a top prospect, but he is taller and bigger than this guy.
nice, baalke is a genius. carter was #1 on my big board.
IIRC, Boone dropped because of a shaky past with some arrests and alcohol problems. Don't recall him being regarded as a top prospect though?
No chance guys picked this late were going to make the starting roster. Hell our first rounders aren't even a lock to start. Seems like everything after 2nd or 3rd were project picks for the future or experiments.
I think it's a given Reid will start.

With our roster, we don't need starters...a good thing. What's scary is that a guy like Carradine could start for a lot of teams, but will be a backup on ours.

And it's about the future for us. We'll need to plug these guys in as starters 2-3 years from now to replenish the lineup when a JustinSmith/JonathanGoodwin retires, Haralson is cut, etc. But they can be backups now and be developed to take over that role.
He will compete with Wiggins and Netter for a spot