Tim Crowder

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  1. bah007

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    This guy is a stud DE at Texas. I thought Robison was the better DE on that line but Crowder is changing my mind.

    Through 9 games this year:
    41 tackles, 16 tackles for loss, 3 forced fumbles, 1 fumble recovered (& returned for a TD), & 9.5 sacks.

    Where do you think he will go in the draft?
     
  2. TexansSeminole

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    I love this guy. He has a nack for getting at the QB (leads Texas defense). I think he will go in the second or third round, depending on his combine stats and interviews with the coaches.
     
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    he's not as good as adam carriker or gaines adams, but he's still a potential first rounder.
     
  4. YoungTexanFan

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    He gets overshadowed on the UT line by Okam.
     
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    Think as of right now, he is a solid 2nd rounder.:twocents:
     
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    Carriker seems overrated. He hasnt done much this season. He has only 3 sacks.
     
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    carriker is one of the best players in college right now. he's a beast. he dominates at the line and no individual can block him. his main problem is that he's pure power; not many moves or anything fancy. he gets a lot of chips and double-teams but he constantly puts pressure on the QB and has a bunch of TFL's. teams gameplan their offense around him and will roll the QB out away from him just to avoid him. and he's great against the rush, too.
     

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