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 Post subject: Cooper Taylor - ProDay results
 Post Posted: Tue Mar 19, 2013 12:02 pm 
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Note: If at NFL Combine, Cooper Taylor would have had 2nd-fastest 40, 2nd-best 60, 4th-best bench & 5th-best long jump among safeties.

kearly has spoken of this guy before, he'd be a nice depth addition to the team.

Solid depth behind Kam.

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 Post subject: Re: Cooper Taylor - ProDay results
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I've been tracking this guy and I think he could maybe be a JS late round special. I've had him ranked as a middle 7th round pick, however I can see the Jaguars may want him pretty bad. The Seahawks hold pick #158 to the Jaguars #159 in the late 5-th round. #158 may be required to get him drafted by Seattle and I think there would be good value in that pick not to mention pissing off the Jags.

I also thought it was interesting that the Jaguars only have seven picks and it's indicated in the linked article that they might be a willing trade partner in the right scenerio. Something to keep in mind as the draft approaches is that the Jaguars need picks and the Seahawks have too many. Plus the relationship angle. Think about it.

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 Post subject: Re: Cooper Taylor - ProDay results
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With his athleticism and size I would like to see him at CB. He is the same height as Brandon Browner, 10 pounds heavier, and a better athlete than Browner.


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 Post subject: Re: Cooper Taylor - ProDay results
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We already have a backup for Chancellor in Winston Guy.

Does this guy grade out better than Guy ? He sure has intriguing athleticism.


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 Post subject: Re: Cooper Taylor - ProDay results
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Who knows until we actually see him play, however he was pretty capable looking as a S in the E-W Shrine game and was a guy who took charge of the defensive calls as well. He did play in the SEC for GTech before his irregular heartbeat problem.

I'm sure that if his heart condition and surgery are positively behind him then he'll be a guy who by reason of pure measureables is on P n' J's radar.

If he's as big and as fast as sems to be the case then this guy might be a jumbo package FS or a WOLB in pass situations or even a fast version of Kam.

To me he's interesting as an intriguing size mismatch in the same way that Kam is, but the key is how instinctive is he and can he play ball or his position effectively at his size and length.

Depending on his health he could be a solid late round developmental addition or even solid depth.

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 Post subject: Re: Cooper Taylor - ProDay results
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Can he play LB? Seems like he has the ideal tools to play LB?


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 Post subject: Re: Cooper Taylor - ProDay results
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He's 6'5 i think he could add 15-20 pounds and be our WLB he's got the speed and strength plus his size is somthing that could benefit him in the middle. Also i seen a scouting report that said his second position is LB so i could see seattle making a move and converting him to a WLB project.


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