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Skull Session: Dwayne Haskin's father is worried, leaked wonderful results, and Michael Jordan as a draft of sleeping

The best thing about Tuesday is that it is not Monday.Word of the day: Griffonage.Wherever he goes. I've given up and trying to speculate where Dwayne Haskins will be elected on Thursday, and it sounds like his family isn't too worried about it either. Teddy Greenstein of Chicago Tribune: Dwayne Sr. is not disturbed by the speculation that his son is singing and saying that it is a "conversation bit … I have not really watched TV for the past 1 2 days. People who support me give me updates, but we will be happy wherever he goes It's about the fit, not the number. " … Asked if they think Dwayne will be nervous, his father replied: "I think he will be calm, cool, unified and ready, as in the fourth quarter of a football game." It sounded like Dwayne Sr. said of breakfast in the morning of the Big Ten title in Indianapolis: "He is not your average college football player. He is not overwhelmed. He is emotionally intelligent. He is currently built." … "I'm just glad he's a prospect," said Dwayne Sr. "If he goes 15, if he goes 22, I get excited. If he goes 6, I tell what, it will be special." At the end of the day, he is guaranteed to go in the first round, and that is a win. Everything else – including a selection of hometown teams – is icing. WONDERLIC LEAKS. Wonderful discs are not officially shared and there is…

The best thing about Tuesday is that it is not Monday.

Word of the day: Griffonage.

Wherever he goes. I’ve given up and trying to speculate where Dwayne Haskins will be elected on Thursday, and it sounds like his family isn’t too worried about it either.

Teddy Greenstein of Chicago Tribune:

Dwayne Sr. is not disturbed by the speculation that his son is singing and saying that it is a “conversation bit … I have not really watched TV for the past 1

2 days. People who support me give me updates, but we will be happy wherever he goes It’s about the fit, not the number. ”

Asked if they think Dwayne will be nervous, his father replied: “I think he will be calm, cool, unified and ready, as in the fourth quarter of a football game.”

It sounded like Dwayne Sr. said of breakfast in the morning of the Big Ten title in Indianapolis: “He is not your average college football player. He is not overwhelmed. He is emotionally intelligent. He is currently built.”

“I’m just glad he’s a prospect,” said Dwayne Sr. “If he goes 15, if he goes 22, I get excited. If he goes 6, I tell what, it will be special.”

At the end of the day, he is guaranteed to go in the first round, and that is a win. Everything else – including a selection of hometown teams – is icing.

WONDERLIC LEAKS. Wonderful discs are not officially shared and there is some debate about how applicable and useful they are, but it will certainly not prevent us from freaking out about them online when they leak.

The heroic Bob McGinn, formerly of the Wisconsin Journal Sentinel, but now working out on his own premium site, always seems to get their hands on them every year (or at least do a great job making them up).

Like the online circle of life, these points were published on the Denver Broncos message card RangeMane.com, and I am now reaping the Buckeye points from there and sending them here for your consumption.

Defensive Linemen
  • 39 Chase Allen
  • 36 Zach Allen
  • 31 Khalen Saunders
  • 31 Jerry Tillery
  • 31 John Cominsky
  • 23 Trysten Hill
  • 23 Nick Bosa
  • 20 Ed Oliver
  • 20 Dre & # 39; Mont Jones
  • 19 Christian Wilkins
  • 18 Jaylon Ferguson
  • 17 Dexter Lawrence
  • 14 Jeffery Simmons
  • 13 Olive Sagapolu
  • 11 Quinnen Williams
  • 11 Gerald Willis
  • 9 Rashan Gary <- Tied for the worst of all leaked points
Quarterbacks
  • 43 Ryan Finley (re-test; 28 points first time)
  • 42 Gardner Minshew
  • 37 Daniel Jones
  • 32 Easton Stick
  • 32 Clayton Thorson
  • 31 Trace McSorley
  • Will Grier come
  • 28 Brett Rypien
  • 27 Jarrett Stidham
  • 26 Drew Lock
  • 25 Tyree Jackson
  • 25 Dwayne Haskins
  • 22 Sean McGuire
  • 20 Kyler Murray

I really don’t buy that has anything to do with a player’s success as a football player, but it has somehow become the second most talked about measure to measure and rate players, behind just 40-yard dash times.

I am sure one reason why someone behind a computer can actually take one of these tests right now and probably do higher than a good number of these future NFL players, and it is satisfactory for you (especially since you cannot touch them 40 times).

So continue, give it a shot – show off the future millionaires!

AAF STARS. The alliance for American football may have broken before it finished its first season, but that doesn’t mean it didn’t help give players a platform when it existed.

A few former Buckeyes – Tracy Sprinkle and Chase Farris – are not bitter league weighted, they are just happy that they have to play football for a few months.

From Scott Petrak of Chronicle Telegram:

“At the end of the day I played football, I was paid to do what I wanted to do,” Sprinkle said. “It was a great blessing, I was very successful, I was the best defensive tackle in bags. So I had a very good experience.”

AAF filed for bankruptcy on Wednesday, ceased all operations. Despite what Stänk referred to as “bumps and bruises” in the operation of the league during its existence, Farris was happy to be a part of it.

“It was just a good opportunity for guys to be picked up and prove to themselves and to these other organizations that they can play good ball,” he said. “So it was a good experience, sorry to see it go so soon, hopefully they can regroup and possibly come back and get it going again.”

Sprinkle ranked bottom for fourth in the league with five bags. He had one each in five matches.

“Exactly what I wanted to do in that league, I did,” he said. “I can’t complain. I wanted to go out there and express my pass-rush ability and express that I can still be stout in the track, and I felt like I was doing it.

“So it’s time to see how the table will fall out soon here in the next few weeks, and hopefully I’ll be back in the National Football League.”

It seemed like every time I looked, Sprinkle and Jalin Marshall did play. I think at least the two guys will get a shot.

DON’T WANT THIS. NFL teams love to consider their draft choices and talk themselves about obviously talented prospects.

It’s a story like time: a player can dominate for three years in college, have a tape to back it up and then slip in the draft, because he didn’t test well in the combination, or he’s undersized or because he played in a specific system.

It happened to Jamarco Jones last year. A two-year start to the left tackling for Ohio State, which was one of the most consistent crossing blocks in the country, looked forward to FIFTH ROUND, as he was undersized and not tested well at the combination.

You will be shocked to learn that he had a real chance to start as a rookie before getting a seasonal injury during the pre-season.

Chris Low of ESPN asks NFL teams not to fall into this trap and lists 10 players who will fall into the draft but should not. Michael Jordan is one of them.

Michael Jordan, C / G, Ohio State: The 6-7, 310-pound Jordan play center and guard for Buckeyes and was a guardian in the middle of the offensive line. There will be several offensive lines going higher in the draft than Jordan, but he will play a long time in the NFL.

It is especially wild to me that the play center in its last season damaged Jordan’s draft. If he had just played the guard and dominated again, there is a solid chance that he is one of the best domestic prospects in the draft.

God forbids him to try to show versatility.

The owners themselves are the best owners. Lately you don’t even have to make fun of Michigan, they do it for you.

They really chose to Highlight the game where he made a freshman running as C-3PO looks like Braxton Miller.

Never change, Michigan.

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