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Lawrence Okoye Thread of Epic Awesomeness

Originally posted by Tigerlaw:
Originally posted by crabman82:
Originally posted by Team49ers:
Brock Lesnar was a freak of nature, but wasn't fast enough. Let's hope Okoye is athletic enough to make a positive impression to make this whole experiment worthwhile.

thats actually an excellent example. i bet not many remember him trying to make the vikings.



Lesnar was also approx. 34 years old at the time. Not worth the time to develop for a team

It takes skill and athleticism to succeed in the NFL. Skill takes time to develop.

Okoye has the time. 49ers are willing to invest in developing his skills
l
Lesnar is not a good comparison

brock lesnar is 36 years old today. he tried out for the vikings 10 years ago, i'll leave the math for you to figure out.
Originally posted by crabman82:
Originally posted by Tigerlaw:
Originally posted by crabman82:
Originally posted by Team49ers:
Brock Lesnar was a freak of nature, but wasn't fast enough. Let's hope Okoye is athletic enough to make a positive impression to make this whole experiment worthwhile.

thats actually an excellent example. i bet not many remember him trying to make the vikings.



Lesnar was also approx. 34 years old at the time. Not worth the time to develop for a team

It takes skill and athleticism to succeed in the NFL. Skill takes time to develop.

Okoye has the time. 49ers are willing to invest in developing his skills
l
Lesnar is not a good comparison

brock lesnar is 36 years old today. he tried out for the vikings 10 years ago, i'll leave the math for you to figure out.

[ Edited by HaiGuise on May 7, 2014 at 12:53 PM ]
Originally posted by HaiGuise:
Originally posted by crabman82:
Originally posted by Tigerlaw:
Originally posted by crabman82:
Originally posted by Team49ers:
Brock Lesnar was a freak of nature, but wasn't fast enough. Let's hope Okoye is athletic enough to make a positive impression to make this whole experiment worthwhile.

thats actually an excellent example. i bet not many remember him trying to make the vikings.



Lesnar was also approx. 34 years old at the time. Not worth the time to develop for a team

It takes skill and athleticism to succeed in the NFL. Skill takes time to develop.

Okoye has the time. 49ers are willing to invest in developing his skills
l
Lesnar is not a good comparison

brock lesnar is 36 years old today. he tried out for the vikings 10 years ago, i'll leave the math for you to figure out.




Add 10, minus 4, then divide by 6, plus 3......????

I give, what is it?
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Originally posted by CWin4949:
Add 10, minus 4, then divide by 6, plus 3......????

I give, what is it?

That would be 26 or so
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Originally posted by JerryRice1848:

On a serious note this clip is full of so much fail. Was he supposed to NOT clear the ropes? Because he looked like he actually got hurt on that fall and Cena turned before he even got there so you can tell he never even got hit lol.
Originally posted by sfout:
Originally posted by CWin4949:
Add 10, minus 4, then divide by 6, plus 3......????

I give, what is it?

That would be 26 or so


Lol....wheeeeew, thanx!!! I had like 12 or something..... it's not my fault though, I never was very good at science....
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Originally posted by CWin4949:
Originally posted by sfout:
Originally posted by CWin4949:
Add 10, minus 4, then divide by 6, plus 3......????

I give, what is it?

That would be 26 or so


Lol....wheeeeew, thanx!!! I had like 12 or something..... it's not my fault though, I never was very good at science....

Glad to help a fellow poster
Originally posted by sfout:
On a serious note this clip is full of so much fail. Was he supposed to NOT clear the ropes? Because he looked like he actually got hurt on that fall and Cena turned before he even got there so you can tell he never even got hit lol.

Next thing you'll be telling us is wrestling isn't real...
Originally posted by genus49:
Originally posted by sfout:
On a serious note this clip is full of so much fail. Was he supposed to NOT clear the ropes? Because he looked like he actually got hurt on that fall and Cena turned before he even got there so you can tell he never even got hit lol.

Next thing you'll be telling us is wrestling isn't real...

wrassling iznt realz?! OmFg
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Originally posted by gold49digger:
Originally posted by genus49:
Originally posted by sfout:
On a serious note this clip is full of so much fail. Was he supposed to NOT clear the ropes? Because he looked like he actually got hurt on that fall and Cena turned before he even got there so you can tell he never even got hit lol.

Next thing you'll be telling us is wrestling isn't real...

wrassling iznt realz?! OmFg

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Kevin Lynch ‏@klynch49

Highlight of #49ers camp was 300-pound Lawrence Okoye catching speedster Darryl Morris on KO coverage
Originally posted by Jcool:
Kevin Lynch ‏@klynch49

Highlight of #49ers camp was 300-pound Lawrence Okoye catching speedster Darryl Morris on KO coverage

Was Morris back pedaling?
Originally posted by crabman82:
brock lesnar is 36 years old today. he tried out for the vikings 10 years ago, i'll leave the math for you to figure out.

Hot damn that is hilarious.

Not a wrestling fan so wherever I read his age when he tried out was clearly wrong

Good correction
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Originally posted by jordanroberts88:
Originally posted by Jcool:
Kevin Lynch ‏@klynch49

Highlight of #49ers camp was 300-pound Lawrence Okoye catching speedster Darryl Morris on KO coverage

Was Morris back pedaling?

Another highlight of the session: defensive end Lawrence Okoye, who weighs approximately 315 pounds, running down return man Darryl Morris during a special teams drill. Morris may be the fastest player on the team. Okoye, however, is so athletically gifted that he was more than able to keep pace. "He's been doing that for us – he's a big guy, he can run," Harbaugh said of Okoye. "It's fun to watch, isn't it? … love to see it."

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