Antonio Richardson at 64?

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Antonio Richardson at 64?
Tue Mar 18, 2014 1:45 pm
  • 6'6, 336. 36 bench press reps with 35'' arms. He just turned 22, has started 24 consecutive games, and allowed just two sacks last season while starting every game at LT.

    He's too stiff to play LT, but he could be our RT of the future.

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Re: Antonio Richardson at 64?
Tue Mar 18, 2014 1:52 pm
  • Barring a trade up(my little fantasy of getting Evans) I would want one of Richardson, Moses, or Bitonio, in the first or second rounds.
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Re: Antonio Richardson at 64?
Tue Mar 18, 2014 2:05 pm
  • Moses is a similar looking prospect. He's not as powerful as Richardson, his pass blocking is a little more raw, but he looks more fluid in his movements, especially exploding off the line as a run blocker. It's tough to say who would make a better RT in our zone blocking scheme. I prefer Richardson, but Cable would do well with either of them.

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Re: Antonio Richardson at 64?
Tue Mar 18, 2014 5:35 pm
  • 1:08 he gets man handled and he looks awful in open field. His measurable are perfect for tackle, but he looks more like a guard to me.
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Re: Antonio Richardson at 64?
Tue Mar 18, 2014 7:36 pm
  • He looked so incredibly awful at the combine. Stiff, no agility, slow, it was ugly out there.
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Re: Antonio Richardson at 64?
Wed Mar 19, 2014 4:10 pm
  • I am not a fan of Richardson. I actually a bigger fan of Ju'Wuan James, the starting right tackle for Tennessee. We need someone to step in and start right away, and moving someone from LT to RT is not always as easy as it sounds....so I envision Seattle selecting a true RT in the second or fourth round. End of the second round would be a little high for James, because he is somewhat raw - both Richardson and James look really inconsistent at this stage. If we are able to pick up an extra pick at the end of the third round, or move up in the fourth, I can see James as a very solid selection
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Re: Antonio Richardson at 64?
Thu Apr 03, 2014 4:57 am
  • Both Tiny and James are better pass blockers than road graders. I do agree that James had the better season tho Tiny's always had the potential. FWIW at yesterday's pro day, Tiny said he played this season at 65% health. A lot of us are calling BS on that, but he definitely had a better sophomore season so maybe that explains his performance this year.
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Re: Antonio Richardson at 64?
Thu Apr 03, 2014 8:32 am
  • Coug_Hawk08 wrote:He looked so incredibly awful at the combine. Stiff, no agility, slow, it was ugly out there.


    Good gawd man! That avatar about blinded me. :th2thumbs:
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