I like Blankenship, and if we can keep 2 kickers he'd be great. He'd be the "inside the 40" guy, but we'd need a bomb leg for outside the 40. He was short from about 50 last year, that's brutal. Once again, hine sight is 20/20, but we should have signed Gano when Carolina waived him, now the Giants got a pro bowler with a cannon leg.
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I imagine that you already know this, but whats interesting is that if you look at the Pro Bowl players from the last few years many of them are around 4.7 or even slower
Cameron Jordon ran a 4.69
JJ Watt Ran a 4.81
TJ Watt ran a 4.69
Nick Bosa Ran a 4.79
Joey Bosa Ran a 4.88
Of Course its better to be faster, but a big tall strong guy could be still be a pro bowler
(Of course not saying Dayo has arrived)
My hope is that we have 2 DEs screaming around the edges in the very near future
I agree with this. East is making some good points about Blackmon's need to improve his deep coverage. But his rookie season was so strange, and he had so little time to prepare at a position he had just started to play in college, that you have to give him some slack as he matures in the job. I think he'll be a pleasant surprise this season to those who are worried about him.
I agree Dayo's 4.7 at his size is impressive. We don't have other numbers, but overall he looks very athletic for his size.
Regarding Kwity, he didn't to the 3 cone at his pro day which might be his best event.