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Colts select Rob Windsor DT Penn State

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Just now, GoColts8818 said:

Yay?

 

Good assessment... I agree

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I'm ok with more DLine help. Guys always get injured.

 

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pulled up highlights and he's doing A Rodger's championship belt celebration numerous times :lol: I approve

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A Team Captain for Penn State.

 

Ballard loves them CHARACTER!

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A guard with short arms followed by an undersized and slow DT.

 

I've got to say. I didn't expect those to be the picks so far.

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Undersized and slow DT. But has a high motor. There were better options

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9 minutes ago, BigO said:

Undersized and slow DT. But has a high motor. There were better options

Not in Ballards or his crews opinions. 

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10 minutes ago, BigO said:

Undersized and slow DT. But has a high motor. There were better options

 

6 4 300 pounds is small?

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2 minutes ago, CR91 said:

 

6 4 300 pounds is small?

 

 

He likes his 3T to be around 388 LBS. 

 

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24 minutes ago, ClaytonColt said:

A guard with short arms followed by an undersized and slow DT.

 

I've got to say. I didn't expect those to be the picks so far.

Undersized and slow? He’s 6’4, nearly 300lbs, and ran a 4.9 at that weight. Everything you said about him is wrong

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Love the effort and the pass rushing ability. unofficial 4.9 is a good time too

raw but like the potential

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3 minutes ago, dw49 said:

 

 

He likes his 3T to be around 388 LBS. 

 

 

Furthermore he ran  4.93 which is good for that size.

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plays really hard, was more productive in 2018. pretty good at creating a mess and shooting gaps.

rotation guy?

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Decent 1 gap DL who plays with a high motor. In the 6th round.

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2 minutes ago, WarGhost21 said:

Undersized and slow? He’s 6’4, nearly 300lbs, and ran a 4.9 at that weight. Everything you said about him is wrong

Well he certainly doesn't play that fast from watching his tape!

 

All good in that case, as a 6th round picks nobody can have any real complaints. He just looked pretty far away from the long armed, athletic types that I've come to associate with a lot of Ballards picks.

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5 minutes ago, Superman said:

Decent 1 gap DL who plays with a high motor. In the 6th round.

Max effort on chase downs too. 

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9 minutes ago, Douzer said:

Here's an 8 minute look...

 

 

 

Great highlight reel, lots of good stuff there. He never stops playing, recovered a lot of fumbles that way.

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I love his motor. Plays to the whistle. Doesn't give up on plays. Looks pretty quick, holds his ground and collapses the pocket

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He is a very high character guy. That really doesn't translate into a good NFL career necessarily. 

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Wow. Great highlight reel. Windsor is a force inside.

I was surprised to see all the sacks he gets on the tape.

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Looks like Biff Tannen from Back to the Future movies, LOL.

 

 

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3 hours ago, crazycolt1 said:

Not in Ballards or his crews opinions. 

Watched every Penn State game this year. Will surprise me if he makes the roster

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Did y'all watch his post draft interview on the app?  Might have been my favorite of all the picks. When asked about being under the radar pretty much said when he gets his chance to breakout in his career that won't be talking about him being under the radar anymore. 

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2 hours ago, BigO said:

Watched every Penn State game this year. Will surprise me if he makes the roster

You may be right? I sure don't know. 

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