DL prospects who could appeal to a 3-4 team

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    And the Texans will take Jose Jose as an UDFA.
     
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    They interviewed him but man the red flags. Possession of a firearm and assault with it? Getting kicked of his team? Man that better have been one hell of an interview.
     
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    William Gholston from Michigan State is touted as a 3-4 DE. 6-6 280, athletic, pretty decent production.
     
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    Looks like Tarzan, plays like Jane. Not to mention he has some character flags.

    He was touted as a breakout player as a Soph, but never broke out until he had 2 sacks in their bowl game (5 on the year).

    This past season he was touted as a preseason all-american and had all of 4.5 sacks.

    Guy is great when you run away from him because his athletic ability allows him to chase and get to the ball. But run right at him and he folds.
     
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    I think they relied too heavily on him as a pass rusher, when that really isn't what he is good at, or at least not in that fashion. They kept asking him to change his responsibilities up, or atleast that's what it looks like when you watch a full game with him.
     

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