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Lawrence Okoye Thread of Epic Awesomeness

If he makes it or fails, I guess thats sort of up to him. However, I just want to see him on kickoff coverage for one PS game.
  • LVJay
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Originally posted by frozen49er:
Originally posted by LVJay:
That's great... I like mutants, especially X-Men. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles are alright, too. From my observations, "mutants" develop faster than humans/normal humans.

I kinda thought he was a mutant, as well, but I didn't really want to say anything just yet. I'm glad you mentioned it, however. That's awesome, I'm not alone... still, is it just a notion or is it factual/is he indeed a "mutant" ??

I believe it to be true, but I don't think anyone will believe it and go public with it. I think the coaches will keep this under the cuff (TOP SECRET). Now, if that's the case, it's no wonder they snagged him... the FO must have been tipped off (after the draft) and knew they were getting over on the rest of the league. It's no wonder Tomsula is giving him all the attention, knowing that mutants develop faster than humans.

I wonder if he has any supernatural traits/gifts/powers... I wonder what his mutant age is, 3 yrs old, 10 or 15 yrs old

What will become of this Man-Child "Mutant" ????????

Anyone know if mutants are covered by the new CBA?

Mutants are not! My only hope is that (if tested) he has the ability/gift to mimic human DNA to a tee . He will be on the active roster for 2013... no practice squad for this "mutant"!!
[ Edited by LVJay on May 15, 2013 at 7:19 PM ]
if the Okyoe experiment pans out i see other teams scouting worldwide to try and find an okoye of their own. it could impact the game on an international level
Originally posted by matthewabbit:
if the Okyoe experiment pans out i see other teams scouting worldwide to try and find an okoye of their own. it could impact the game on an international level

They just need to pop over to Nee Zealand and ask where the next Jonah Lomu is
Originally posted by English:
Originally posted by matthewabbit:
if the Okyoe experiment pans out i see other teams scouting worldwide to try and find an okoye of their own. it could impact the game on an international level

They just need to pop over to Nee Zealand and ask where the next Jonah Lomu is



Just in case people don't know who you're talking about.
Originally posted by matthewabbit:
if the Okyoe experiment pans out i see other teams scouting worldwide to try and find an okoye of their own. it could impact the game on an international level

Then the 49ers will stay one step ahead and scout out some sumo wrestlers for the OL...
Originally posted by doc_brown_:

Just in case people don't know who you're talking about.

a beast, I always thought Jason Robinson could have played in the NFL as well, an electric runner
Originally posted by doc_brown_:
Originally posted by English:
Originally posted by matthewabbit:
if the Okyoe experiment pans out i see other teams scouting worldwide to try and find an okoye of their own. it could impact the game on an international level

They just need to pop over to Nee Zealand and ask where the next Jonah Lomu is



Just in case people don't know who you're talking about.

An absolute force.
Originally posted by 9erfanAUS:
Originally posted by doc_brown_:
Originally posted by English:
Originally posted by matthewabbit:
if the Okyoe experiment pans out i see other teams scouting worldwide to try and find an okoye of their own. it could impact the game on an international level

They just need to pop over to Nee Zealand and ask where the next Jonah Lomu is



Just in case people don't know who you're talking about.

An absolute force.

Having played a little rugby, that is a man among boys.
Originally posted by English:
Originally posted by matthewabbit:
if the Okyoe experiment pans out i see other teams scouting worldwide to try and find an okoye of their own. it could impact the game on an international level

They just need to pop over to Nee Zealand and ask where the next Jonah Lomu is

IIR he's a nationalised Samoan, the All Blacks did their usual theft on a south sea island talent, they brought him to school in New Zeland at an age to qualify him - he did start as a number 8.

Fantastic player, I don't think okoye is nearly as fast but he does seem to have a similar build/physique.
I know he played football in collage, but when I think tack and field and defensive linemen, all I can think of is Michael Carter

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Michael_Carter_(athlete)
Lawrence Okoye is probably the most intriguing "prospect" we've had...ever. When you look at all the fliers we took on injured players (Marcus Lattimore, Luke Marquardt, Tank Carradine, etc.), we. clearly, have that luxury. But look at last year as well...injuries to Johnson and Fleming, add in Looney, Kilgore and AJ who saw little action but were "developing" all year, we have created quite a farm-system here! And here comes the new crop of developmental prospects with huge upside as well (add in Lockette).

If you're Baalke, you look at college production but even more at what OUR coaching staff can do with them and how they'd fit our system/needs today and down the road. Look at ALL of these guys ready to break out this year: Lockette, Kilgore, Looney, Robinson, Spillman, Johnson, Fleming, AJ, Williams, Culliver (to a lesser degree), etc.

As to LO, RDE isn't exactly a difficult position to learn here and he's already shown he can make it to the Olympics in two years in a technical sport. He's going to Oxford. This dude is going to study his ass off and develop as fast as anyone ever has. Tomsula already has a very experienced DL who not only are very good players but can help teach the younger guys as well/mentors. Think of how many players we had sitting last year beyond the 46 that were stashed there and were developing in the background.

My point on LO is that he not only may realistically make this 53 but could end up playing some this year (Culliver-route).
[ Edited by NCommand on May 16, 2013 at 10:05 AM ]
Originally posted by NCommand:
Lawrence Okoye is probably the most intriguing "prospect" we've had...ever. When you look at all the fliers we took on injured players (Marcus Lattimore, Luke Marquardt, Tank Carradine, etc.), we. clearly, have that luxury. But look at last year as well...injuries to Johnson and Fleming, Looney, Kilgore and AJ saw little action but were "developing" all year. And here comes the new crop of developmental prospects with huge upside (add .

If you're Baalke, you look at college production but even more at what OUR coaching staff can do with them and how they'd fit our system/needs today and down the road. Look at ALL of these guys ready to break out this year: Lockette, Kilgore, Looney, Robinson, Spillman, Johnson, Fleming, AJ, Williams, Culliver (to a lesser degree), etc.

As to LO, RDE isn't exactly a difficult position to learn here and he's already shown he can make it to the Olympics in two years in a technical sport. He's going to Oxford. This dude is going to study his ass off and develop as fast as anyone ever has. Tomsula already has a very experienced DL who not only are very good players but can help teach the younger guys as well/mentors. Think of how many players we had sitting last year beyond the 46 that were stashed there and were developing in the background.

My point on LO is that he not only may realistically make this 53 but could end up playing some this year (Culliver-route).

Personally, it's not the technique I'm worried about.

Discs don't hit back.

Originally posted by Joecool:
Originally posted by NCommand:
Lawrence Okoye is probably the most intriguing "prospect" we've had...ever. When you look at all the fliers we took on injured players (Marcus Lattimore, Luke Marquardt, Tank Carradine, etc.), we. clearly, have that luxury. But look at last year as well...injuries to Johnson and Fleming, Looney, Kilgore and AJ saw little action but were "developing" all year. And here comes the new crop of developmental prospects with huge upside (add .

If you're Baalke, you look at college production but even more at what OUR coaching staff can do with them and how they'd fit our system/needs today and down the road. Look at ALL of these guys ready to break out this year: Lockette, Kilgore, Looney, Robinson, Spillman, Johnson, Fleming, AJ, Williams, Culliver (to a lesser degree), etc.

As to LO, RDE isn't exactly a difficult position to learn here and he's already shown he can make it to the Olympics in two years in a technical sport. He's going to Oxford. This dude is going to study his ass off and develop as fast as anyone ever has. Tomsula already has a very experienced DL who not only are very good players but can help teach the younger guys as well/mentors. Think of how many players we had sitting last year beyond the 46 that were stashed there and were developing in the background.

My point on LO is that he not only may realistically make this 53 but could end up playing some this year (Culliver-route).

Personally, it's not the technique I'm worried about.

Discs don't hit back.


LMAO!!!!!!
Originally posted by NCommand:
Originally posted by Joecool:
Originally posted by NCommand:
Lawrence Okoye is probably the most intriguing "prospect" we've had...ever. When you look at all the fliers we took on injured players (Marcus Lattimore, Luke Marquardt, Tank Carradine, etc.), we. clearly, have that luxury. But look at last year as well...injuries to Johnson and Fleming, Looney, Kilgore and AJ saw little action but were "developing" all year. And here comes the new crop of developmental prospects with huge upside (add .

If you're Baalke, you look at college production but even more at what OUR coaching staff can do with them and how they'd fit our system/needs today and down the road. Look at ALL of these guys ready to break out this year: Lockette, Kilgore, Looney, Robinson, Spillman, Johnson, Fleming, AJ, Williams, Culliver (to a lesser degree), etc.

As to LO, RDE isn't exactly a difficult position to learn here and he's already shown he can make it to the Olympics in two years in a technical sport. He's going to Oxford. This dude is going to study his ass off and develop as fast as anyone ever has. Tomsula already has a very experienced DL who not only are very good players but can help teach the younger guys as well/mentors. Think of how many players we had sitting last year beyond the 46 that were stashed there and were developing in the background.

My point on LO is that he not only may realistically make this 53 but could end up playing some this year (Culliver-route).

Personally, it's not the technique I'm worried about.

Discs don't hit back.


LMAO!!!!!!

Those little tee-hee love taps he was giving the pads when he was swimming through is not acceptable.