DOLPHINS: Rookie cornerbacks/Eric Norwood
cheesefrog at usa.net
Wed Dec 30 19:55:55 GMT 2009
I wonder if that 6-1 is really 6-0 or 5-11.75? Not that it matters in
Norwood's case as he plays much bigger. Hard to believe the guy was actually
a DE his first 2 years at USC at that size. A good one, too.
------ Original Message ------
From: Dolfandave at att.net
> I think we will like him, 6-1 but 252 lbs, so he's an inch shorter then
Channing Crowder and weighs about the same. I know he's an OLB and you like em
a bit taller but I don't think he would be considered a "small" LB.
> -------------- Original message from Paul Debbas <pauldebbas at gmail.com>:
> > I'm not all that impressed with the rookie cornerbacks. They've made some
> > good plays but have also given up way too many big plays. You can't blame
> > the long completions entirely on the safeties. I realize that Davis and
> > Smith are rookies, but I remember the rookie seasons of Madison and
> > and neither one allowed nearly as many big plays as Davis and Smith have
> > allowed.
> > I agree that Eric Norwood is a good prospect (I'm impressed every time I
> > watch a South Carolina game), but I'll be surprised if the Dolphins are
> > interested in him. He is listed at 6'1" but is probably shorter, and the
> > Dolphins put a premium on size.
> > Paul Debbas
> > Dolfan in NJ
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