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, he’s joined by Jacob Infante, and they get us ready for the NFL could be targeting." />Skip to main contentclockmenumore-arrownoyesHorizontal - WhiteWindy City GridironWindy City Gridiron - Being who you thought we were since 2005!Log In or Sign UpLog InSign UpFanpostsFanshotsSectionsBearsOddsAboutMastheadCommunity GuidelinesStubHubMoreAll 322 blogs on Horizontal - WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections Latest NewsThe Bears DenNotesXs and OsSuperfansFiled under:NFL DraftRoster AnalysisPodcasts/AudioSome NFL Draft prospects that make sense for the BearsNew,13commentsIn Lester’s latest T Formation Conversation podcast, he’s joined by Jacob Infante, and they get us ready for the NFL Draft talking about some realistic prospects the Bears could be targeting. CDTShareTweetShareShareSome NFL Draft prospects that make sense for the BearsMatthew Emmons-USA TODAY SportsSo what if the Chicago Bears aren’t picking until late Friday night for the first time in the 2019 NFL Draft? No first or second round picks for GM Ryan Pace isn’t ideal, but using those picks to help get Khalil Mack and Anthony Miller was a move that helped the Bears go 12-4 last year, but it also set them up for the future. And besides, Pace and his scouting staff has had tremendous fortune in the later rounds. In my latest T Formation Conversation podcast Stephen Denmark Chicago Bears Jerseys
, I was joined by Jacob Infante, who not only does outstanding draft prep for us at WCG, but he also writes for USA Today’s Draft Wire and The Blitz Network. Jacob and I discuss some potential fits for the Bears in this weekend’s draft and how the 2019 season could shape up. Here’s a brief outline of what we discussed. Since Pace mentioned running back Ryan Nall in his pre-draft presser, we talked about his chances to make the roster.We talked about where the value of the running back position is in this year’s draft.Jacob’s best case scenario for the 3rd round pick would be Iowa safety Amani Hooker.We also discuss other safety options with the 87th overall pick, and some high ceiling safeties that could be found on day three.Staying with defensive back, we discuss some corner and nickle prospects next, including Michigan’s David Long. More pass rushers are always needed, so we talk about where the value of outside linebacker falls in this years draft Chicago Bears Jerseys 2019
, and talk about some guys that could come in and compete for reps as a rookie, including Oregon’s Justin Hollins (a possible Leonard Floyd replacement). We also discuss where Kylie Fitts is as a prospect.Tight end could be a need depending on the development of Adam Shaheen, so we talk about him and some possible TE prospects including Alize Mack from Notre Dame.Jacob mentions LSU offensive lineman Garrett Brumfield as a day three scheme fit for the Bears. We hit on these subjects and much more, so check us out before the draft! Dan Quinn is rolling the dice with the defensive line this season."WhiteFanposts Fanshots Library FalcFans Podcast on The FalcoholicContact The FalcoholicFalcons StoriesScheduleRosterStatsYahoo Falcons NewsYahoo Falcons Team PageYahoo Falcons ReportYahoo Falcons Depth ChartYahoo Falcons TransactionsYahoo Falcons PhotosOdds About Masthead Community Guidelines StubHub ✕Falcons draft scouting report: DL John Cominsky, Charleston New,53commentsDan Quinn is rolling the dice with the defensive line this season. EDTShareTweetShareShareFalcons draft scouting report: DL John Cominsky, Charleston Brian Spurlock-USA TODAY SportsThe Atlanta Falcons banked on potential with their second of two 4th round picks in the 2019 NFL Draft. Let’s take a look at one of the newest members of the Falcons brotherhood. The Dan Quinn era has made a habit of centering their draft strategy on prospects that are not quite NFL ready. While it has proven to be a wise direction to travel (Deion Jones, De’Vondre Campbell) Youth Stephen Denmark Jersey
, there has also been a few whiffs in the process (Jalen Collins, Duke Riley). This time around, the Falcons are deciding to take a chance on a raw piece of clay from the Division II level. The potential is there and is quite obvious. What does defensive lineman John Cominsky bring the Falcons defensive scheme? Let’s take a look. John Cominsky Scouting Report Height: 6’5 Weight: 286 lbs Career stats: 206 total tackles, 15.5 sacks, 10 pass deflections Games watched: 2017 vs. West Virginia State, 2019 Senior Bowl Strengths: For starters, Cominsky has an NFL-ready frame. That stands out on it’s own after you consider that Cominsky arrived at the University of Charleston as a 210 pound dual-threat quarterback. That size is apparent on film as well as his athleticism, which is somewhat a result of being an agile quarterback once upon a time. At the NFL Combine this year Stephen Denmark Jersey Color Rush
, Cominsky posted an excellent 3-cone drill of 7.03 seconds and a 40-yard dash time of 4.69 seconds. For a lineman that is still learning the position, Cominsky has established a habit of attacking the chest of opposing linemen and maintaining solid leg drive, which takes away leverage. As a run defender, Cominsky is able to stack-and-shed offensive linemen and attack the ball. When that occurs, Cominsky demonstrates intense hustle to chase plays from the backside and down the field. Speaking of effort, Cominsky developed a work ethic while at the University of Charleston that impressed many within the NFL circles. The Golden Eagles coaching staff inserted the growing defender in many spots along the defensive line as they alternated between a 3-3-5 scheme and a 4-3 alignment in recent seasons. Weaknesses: Raw. No other way around it. Cominsky is not a finished product as a defensive lineman and is in need of coaching polish. His level of competition did not possess prime NFL talent to say the least. That will present a hurdle as he enters the professional ranks. As a pass rusher, Cominsky is in an ‘entry-level’ phase in that department as he is still learning the ropes to construct an arsenal of moves to utilize. Cominsky comes out of his stance way too high and needs to learn to lower his base and play behind his pads at times. Conclusion: Cominsky is a raw piece of clay that was selected in the fourth round for the Falcons, which is where his was forecasted to be. Despite his unseasoned skill set Womens Stephen Denmark Jersey
, Cominsky may actually be my favorite draft pick by the Falcons. There is plenty to like about Cominsky, from his work ethic to his size/frame and his current ability, and I find myself thinking that the Falcons may have something if given the proper time and coaching. In year one, Cominsky will be gradually brought along as a strong-side defensive end and at times slid inside to apply his strength and athleticism. Given a year or two, Cominsky could not only grasp the Derrick Shelby role that the veteran had while a Falcon, but possibly have a much greater impact.If Cominsky is able to develop the fundamentals of the game to go along with his natural athleticism, he could be a diamond in the rough and a key asset in Atlanta.