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Mike is in his 6th year of eligibility.  He is solid at right guard, and will be drafted.  My guess is from round 4-6 depending on need.  He shows better technique as a center, but Braxton Cave HAD to be the center.  

 

I really think Dad has made him a higher draft choice that he really is....this coming from a true Notre Dame/Golic family fan!   :blueshoe:  :blueshoe:  :blueshoe: !!!

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Mike is in his 6th year of eligibility.  He is solid at right guard, and will be drafted.  My guess is from round 4-6 depending on need.  He shows better technique as a center, but Braxton Cave HAD to be the center.  

 

I really think Dad has made him a higher draft choice that he really is....this coming from a true Notre Dame/Golic family fan!   :blueshoe:  :blueshoe:  :blueshoe: !!!

 

Roll Tide.

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Mike is in his 6th year of eligibility.  He is solid at right guard, and will be drafted.  My guess is from round 4-6 depending on need.  He shows better technique as a center, but Braxton Cave HAD to be the center.  

 

I really think Dad has made him a higher draft choice that he really is....this coming from a true Notre Dame/Golic family fan!   :blueshoe:  :blueshoe:  :blueshoe: !!!

When you start a year plus on the offensive line for a team like ND you are draftable

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When you start a year plus on the offensive line for a team like ND you are draftable

I like Mike...I like his effort and enthusiasm.....I think we (Colts) have a guy that nobody seems to appreciate:  Link.....playing all across the line will give you a career in the NFL.  Having a center background only enhances Golic's chances to succeed at the next level!!

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I like Mike...I like his effort and enthusiasm.....I think we (Colts) have a guy that nobody seems to appreciate:  Link.....playing all across the line will give you a career in the NFL.  Having a center background only enhances Golic's chances to succeed at the next level!!

He could be a lot like Mike McGlynn

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McGlynn has stuck around with versatility, as has former Colt Mike Pollak (Panthers)....drafted as a center....but is a guard.

To me Mike would be better at either RT(which is what he was listed as at Pitt) or RG or LG in a Zone Blocking scheme. he is pretty agile in my opinion, Has problems with hand punch speed and staying on his man I think, Good at Pulling though

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