I think it depends on what your opinions of the linebackers in later rounds are compared to that of the corners. If you think the corners are better, you should maybe take Reddick and vice versa.
As it stands right now, if I had the choice, gimme Reddick. I think Lattimore is gonna be good but I see a ton of potential and upside in Reddick. He can be a cornerstone building block at linebacker with the right development.
You guys are too premature on him being too light..like he doesn't have plenty of time to bulk up plus not everyone has to be 250+ to be successful at olb..as long as he has some sort of speed and strength that's what you should pay attention to
David Sylvian...one of many Bowie clones from the 70's and 80's. Here he is with his band 'Japan' trying his absolute best to look like his idol.
Doesn't he look familiar?
Bowie from 75
Not going to shade Sylvian's band Japan, Quiet Life is a pretty good song...Mick Karn on bass, proving why he was one of the most sought after bass players of early New Wave. Karn would later go on to do albums with Gary Numan and Kate Bush, as well as producing his own solo records. A unique bass player who definitely made his band (Japan) sound a lot better than they truly were. R.I.P.
One of my favorite TV shows to watch on Showtime on Sunday nights is called "Billions." I say that because the premise of the storyline revolves around a greedy, WallStreet hedge fund CEO & the Attorney General in the Southern District of NY City. Money vs Regulation; Unlimited fiscal resources vs a tight federal budget.
The other segment of the program that I really enjoy is that the musical score pays homage to classic metal bands like Ratt & Metallica in previous seasons. I will demonstrate my point in a second. Thank you for your patience...