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49ers take Tarvarius Moore-DB-Southern Mississippi

If he and McFadden can excel at CB, we will have tremendous depth in that area. It'll ease any concerns about the Sherman recovery or who will be the future behind Sherman at the very least.
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If a safety is going to covert over to a Cover3 CB, I think being a Quarters safety is the least drastic safety position to transition from - which is what Moore was in college. Way easier than had Moore been a single high, or box safety.
Yes I agree with this, a quarters safety could translate well to C3 corner, in fact a quarters safety often times has to take the slot receiver and it might even be more difficult at times than playing C4 corner!
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Originally posted by riverrunzthruit:
Yes I agree with this, a quarters safety could translate well to C3 corner, in fact a quarters safety often times has to take the slot receiver and it might even be more difficult at times than playing C4 corner!
Yup. Many times a Quarters safety is asked to man cover a WR whereas a single high safety mainly plays centerfield, and a box safety is going to cover TEs/RBs. There are times the C3 corner will read the release of the #2wr, just like how a Quarters safety will read the #2wr. Using the sideline and playing press will be the big adjustments for Moore.
Don't you open up the window.... Don't you let out the antidote.
Kind of remind me of Chris Culliver with better character...
This guy seems like a better athlete than Culliver....
Originally posted by riverrunzthruit:
This guy seems like a better athlete than Culliver....

Our secondary has some serious potential. Moore will need time to develop but what an exciting prospect for us to work with.
Podcast with Moore's Southern Miss head coach.

https://www.49ers.com/audio/fns-podcast-jay-hopson-raves-about-tarvarius-moore

Originally posted by NCommand:

Awesome to see this!
Originally posted by NCommand:

I know these are pro-day numbers, but this is insane lol.
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Originally posted by Heroism:
I know these are pro-day numbers, but this is insane lol.

The hype for this kid because of his 40 makes me wonder if scouts really view pro-day numbers that differently from combine numbers. I never understood why they would just automatically add time regardless of conditions. If everything is done the same way as the combine on the same kind of surface, why would it be viewed differently? I saw the video of Nevada's pro-day and they ran outside in the wind and snow. Would they add time to that?

Am I being stupid? Am I misunderstanding something? Please, help me, Hero. Save me from my own idiot brain!
Originally posted by Wodwo:
The hype for this kid because of his 40 makes me wonder if scouts really view pro-day numbers that differently from combine numbers. I never understood why they would just automatically add time regardless of conditions.

Because one is hand timed and the other is electronically timed. You have to account for human error.
Originally posted by riverrunzthruit:
This guy seems like a better athlete than Culliver....

culliver was the first guy i thought of with this guy.
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