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When Isley Öldman didn’t immediately respond, he nudged the defeated antiquist with his foot, usually not one to be so cold, even just in passing, half-concern over a guy he kind of met for half a minute, but honestly? This pissed him off, though then, he looked around a bit at the artistic carnage that the absent opponent of the elder had left behind in his escape. “This is… Actually pretty impressive, honestly. Makes me think Pollock, but less hacky, more… Pointed, chaotic in its energies. Almost feels like a sign… Maybe I should get back to Lloyd…”
If it was a Stand ability that forced that door shut, then the person responsible was gone pretty fast, probably… Did they somehow know it’d only take five seconds together for me and Isley to start swinging? Ah, whatever. Fuck Wedding March, I’d do it again in a heartbeat, but… Man, I wanna grill more. Lemme just get back to my car, and-
‘Rob’ was distracted from his thoughts by the realization that he was being watched. Perched in a tree like some kind of weird bird-person, a teenage boy clad in orange, preppy attire, complete with an orange aviator, feather plume, and goggles was staring at him.
“You shouldn’t have messed up that room… It used to be used by somebody very important, you know… But I guess I can’t really blame you, can I..?”
“Huh..? Wh-who are you? Are you the bastard that trapped me in there?!”
The orange kid shook his head. “I don’t have that ability, no, and neither does anyone else who works at the art school. Learn a little history, geography, sociology, maybe, and then, heh, you might be able to figure out how it all ties together… There’s some pretty good teachers and even better landmarks around here. So do your research, your homework, your term paper… Heh, get it? Because we’re at a school…”
This just made ‘Rob’ even more confused. “What?”
The orange kid just tilted his body to the right slightly, and then the sun behind him was in ‘Rob’s’ eyes. He could barely make out what was happening except for the rustling of leaves as he just straight-up jumped away, leaving him there to reflect upon his confusion.
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Los Fortuna Slums - Duke’s Gym
The sweltering outside temperature resulted in an absolutely barren day of work for the co-managers of Duke’s, not a single soul had passed through the doors since the evening prior. The deafening silence of the modified warehouse was only interrupted with the occasional muffled clinking plate or burst of laughter from the neighbouring restaurant, who enjoyed a surge of patrons, undoubtedly coaxed into the unusual dive by promises of air conditioning and cool drinks.
The pair in charge of Duke’s, however, were not as fortunate. The heat in the gym was only marginally more bearable than outside, and with nothing to keep their minds occupied, they stewed in their own sweat, the heat sapping any and all thoughts of being productive. Byte and London sat in a pair of lawn chairs on the concrete floor around a small crate with playing cards scattered atop, more than a few resting on the floor. They had played god knows how many games of Go Fish in their heat-driven stupor, both mutually deciding that languishing in their chairs was preferable to the inane repetition. Byte had been staring at the clock on the wall for what felt like days, the quiet ticking of the second hand the only source of input for his activity-starved brain.
Where the hell is everyone, he thought, this shithole of a neighbourhood should be lining up for lessons. Do they all really trust that syndicate to keep the peace? If they’re all like that freak that showed up the other day, I’d be clawing at our door… An annoyed glance from London made it clear that his thoughts weren’t so internal, but being too drained to do anything about it, the inane stream-of-consciousness mumbling from Byte continued undeterred. “Too hot to work out, too hot to teach, too hot to… We really gotta get that air conditioner working again. How much does a repair cost? Are we doing well enough to afford it? Maybe Glitch can fix it--”
London let out a startled “Whoa!”, nearly falling out of his chair as a large circular object fell from the upper landing. Before he could react, the wind was knocked out of Byte by something large and soft, violently snapping him back into reality before rolling off him onto the ground. Momentarily confused and thrown into fight-or-flight mode, his head darted around the gym, eyes eventually settling on the teal-haired figure standing on the landing over him.
“Restaurant’s busy, you two aren’t. Go get these cleaned.”
“Fira? What the hell-” Byte finally took note of the large object that sat next to him, a large untied garbage bag with various linens spilling out: dishrags, towels, tablecloths, all decorated with a wide array of colorful stains and exuding a very pungent smell. He recoiled. “Ugh, god! The laundry room’s upstairs, why are you-?”
“Washer’s on the fritz. Someone jammed the thing up with loose change the other day.” The manager shot a glare at London, who’s eyes immediately went wide, responding with his hands held up and a shrug. She continued, “Heard from some customers that those cultist guys are hosting some kind of event at the laundromat over by the east bridge. Something about free washes if you listen to them ramble about god or whatever.”
The pair groaned. As bored as they were, listening to those weirdos prosthelytize as they waited for towels to dry was easily near the bottom of what could be called ‘entertainment’. “Isn’t this more Zebra’s thing?” Byte asked. “I mean, we gotta watch the gym and all…”
“He’s already out doing errands. And I'm pretty sure one of you can handle this crowd.” Byte and London’s eyes met, both shaking their heads as their brows furrowed in refusal. Before the argument could even start, Fira stopped them. “Just hurry up, I need those clean for tomorrow.” The manager disappeared as suddenly as she appeared, door closing behind her as silence returned to the gym.
The two glared at each other, knowing words weren’t going to get them far. There was only one thing for it, and they both knew; they held out their right fists with looks of grim determination, shaking them to count down from three. Scissors beats paper. Byte let out a loud groan of defeat as London held his winning gesture skyward, leaning back into the chair with a smug grin that said everything Byte didn’t want to hear. Mustering the energy, Elephant Bones’ own Mandible rose to his feet, swallowing only a bit of his pride as he gathered the spilled linens into the bag before moving to the exit. As he opened the door, he turned. “Best two out of three?”
“No~~pe!” London waved his hand, dismissing his business partner as he nestled in for a nap.
Byte clicked his tongue as the door closed behind him.
Thud. Thud. Thud. Marlin Joacquin’s footsteps could be heard loud and clear by pretty much everyone outside of the laundromat, as the weight-bound woman made her way over to the center of the laundromat to look for an empty washing machine. In her hand was a large bag full of her team’s dirty laundry, which she had been sent to wash.
She wasn’t particularly displeased at having to do so, at least not any more than she usually was. The laundry machine over at the Hanging Gardens had broken down, and in the midst of the resulting arguments about who exactly had to do their laundry now, Marlin volunteered. Their arguing was annoying her, and she didn’t mind going out anyways.
While looking for a laundromat she could use, Marlin had heard of there being some sort of free laundry day over at the slums, run by “The Temple of Syrinx”, some sort of strange religious group that seemed to be big over there. While the slums were far, and she was naturally wary of participating in weird cult events, but Urban Exodus’s pockets had been tight enough on cash that the offer was one she couldn’t pass up on. Still, the whole situation had her a bit on the edge, the last thing she wanted was some fast talking religious nut to talk her ear off, getting some quiet was the reason she left the gardens in the first place.
The people of the slums certainly seemed like they appreciated the free laundry, as, looking from the outside, the laundromat seemed to be quite busy with both patrons and a handful of robed cultists. Marlin walked towards the door, hoping to make it in the laundromat before the empty spots would all be taken up. At her slow pace, she knew that it was a likely possibility, so she wanted to make it over as quickly as possible.
However, just as Marlin started making her through the door, so did someone else - Byte, who was currently thinking out loud to himself. “Hmm.. I hope there’ll be empty machines left for our laundry.” He looked to his side, spotting Marlin. “Heh, I guess that massive chain chick needs to do her laundry as well. Well, I’m probably faster than her, so-” Byte stopped, noticing that Marlin had overheard him, and had shot a glare towards him that seemed like it would be capable of killing just about anyone else.
“... Massive chain chick?” she said, her already irritated expression becoming even more so. Byte… wasn’t sure what to respond, and there was an uncomfortable silence for a few seconds, before Marlin turned her head away. “Hmph. Whatever, net-head.” Marlin turned her head away from Byte and continued on, leaving him to soak in the insult for a few seconds before retorting with his own.
“Net-head? How about I take one of those chains and--” Before the encounter could escalate, the front door to the laundromat swung open, revealing an absolute monolith of a bald, bearded man in blue and red robes and gold-colored circular glasses holding an open book. The pair instantly took notice of the figure, as another uncomfortable silence fell over the street corner before the huge man chuckled.
“Excuse us,” His deep, accented voice sounded thunderous against the quiet backdrop, “but if you two are here for the event, I’m afraid we were forced to retire early. It appears we underestimated those interested in the word of the Temple.” Marlin growled to herself, such a long trek from the Gardens, and she hadn’t bothered to bring her own change; she’d be damned if she was going to make a second trip back. Byte, however, sighed with relief. Sure, Fira would be steamed, but at least he didn’t have to sit around for the rest of the day listening to these weirdos.
“Not to worry, as the Temple always welcomes those looking for a place to belong.” The large man dug around in his own pockets with his free hand, producing about a dollar fifty in change. “Your pilgrimage will not end in dismay this day, my friends! Please, partake to your heart’s content, and find it in your hearts to forgive me for not being able to share the ways of the Temple. I am needed elsewhere, you see.” Forcing some of the change in each of the confused duo’s hands as he passes, the odd man continues down the road accompanied by a few others in white robes behind him. “Should be enough time to get one load done before Thomas closes for the day. I pay for luck to the both of you, and may your paths bring you to our door again!”
With the freakshow now passed, Marlin grips her tithe with a slight smirk, the relief of not needing the round trip after all lightening her mood a little before remembering the net-head. Byte seemed neutral on the whole affair, mumbling to himself “I guess it’ll be quieter now, maybe I’ll get lucky and snag a...” Suddenly remembering his laundry rival, he shot a glance at where the chain-clad woman had been standing, only to see her smartly entering the establishment ahead of him. He quickly made up the difference, shoving himself beside her as to not be left waiting.
The pair groaned as they set down their respective bundles of laundry, waiting for the wash to be finished was one thing, waiting to even begin was another entirely. They both scanned the rows carefully, eager to be the first to see an open unit, or at the very least someone unloading a unit in order to stake a claim. Their heads turning in synchronized fashion, they eventually spotted one: third row in, toward the back of the building, an older lady was pulling her last pair of pants out of a washing unit.
Without even acknowledging each other, Marlin and Byte both broke into a violent sprint to be the first in line, quarters at the ready. Marlin approached from the south, bowling over more than a few bystanders, while Byte took to vaulting over the two rows of units, sending waiting loads of laundry groundward to the audible dismay of many. At the unit, the elderly lady let out a yelp as she backed away from the rampaging duo, both arriving and shoving their quarter toward the slot at the exact same moment, coins clashing with a dull ‘tink’ as they missed their target.
“Hey, you two! No fighting awowed in my estabwishment!” A stern, odd sounding voice came from across the building; a short older man with snow-colored hair was pointing directly at the pair. “Take it owtside immedaly, ow pudda lid on it!” The man’s hilarious-sounding warning fell on deaf ears as Marlin and Byte lower their quarters, eyeing each other down.
“Look net-head, I’ve been walking most of the day to get here and I’ll be damned if I’m making that walk again with dirty clothes. Go take a seat.” Marlin begins circling away from her rival, sizing him up as she stretches out her shoulders and cracks her neck.
Byte scoffed, cracking his knuckles while backing away himself. “And I’ll be damned if I catch hell for failing this stupid errand. Maybe if you hurried your ass a little, we wouldn’t be in this problem, would we?”
Marlin growled back, a fire starting to burn in her eyes as she stances up. “You don’t want this, little man. Take. A. Seat.”
“Make me, chain chump!” Byte strikes an unorthodox stance, hammer at the ready. Looks like today’s going to be entertaining after all.
The patrons in the building nervously accelerate their folding, some even stopping their dryer loads early to escape before all hell breaks loose. During the panicked exodus from the store, the older man from before dashes to a wall-mounted phone on the north wall, hastily dialing a number from memory. “It’s Thomas, tell w-Kilwoy we godda pwoblem. Might even be dose supapowers he was asking about. Send someone immedaly!”
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The middle four rectangles are washing machines, all coin operated. The top and right side rectangles are dryers, there are two rows of dryers for each rectangle, one row stacked on top of the other. A majority of the dryers and washers are currently in use.
The orange crosses are chairs and are built into the floor. The blue circles are trash cans and the pink rectangles are vending machines. The yellow notched rectangles on the bottom are tables.The pink rectangles are vending machines, one for cans of soda, the other for bags of chips and chocolate bars. There is a wall-mounted phone with a very long cord mounted dead center on the northern wall.
The yellow “X” marked circles are light fixtures hanging from the ceiling.
Goal: RETIRE your opponent!
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Defending the Draft: Los Angeles Rams
Senior Bowl - Out of the eight players the Rams drafted this year seven of them were invited to the Senior Bowl. Since GM Les Snead started his tenure in 2012 he has relied heavily on the talent at the Senior Bowl; Josh Forrest (2016) Rob Havenstein & Sean Mannion (2015) Aaron Donald & Michael Sam (2014) T.J. McDonald (2013) Janoris Jenkins, Brian Quick, and Isaiah Pead (2012). Snead has hit on some of these players but has missed on others. As long as Snead is in LA’s front office, you can bet on the Rams drafting at least one player that was invited down to Mobile, Alabama.
Versatility - With a bevy of new coaches on the sidelines in Los Angeles, a new era has begun. Sean McVay and Matt LeFleur have the responsibility of revamping an anemic offense that lacked production, efficiency, and creativity. After drafting Goff in 2016, I felt that the Rams over-drafted on offensive players. In this year’s draft, the Rams did a better job of drafting quality instead of quantity and were still able to balance team needs on both sides of the ball (4 Offense, 4 Defense). The Rams defense already had some nice pieces to work with but LA drafted versatile athletes at every level of their defense to help the team transition to Wade Phillips’ 3-4 scheme.
College Production - More than half (30) of the 51 players that Snead drafted came from Power-5 schools. Out of those 30 players, 16 were from the SEC. There is some legitimacy in the debate that the SEC is the best conference in CFB, however small-school prospects still have potential to become big-name stars in the NFL. The Rams first two picks were a 1-A player and a 1-AA player. The Rams looked past the lower competition and valued player’s on-field production. Gerald Everett led all TEs in missed tackles for two consecutive years. Cooper Kupp holds the FCS records for catches, yards, and TDs. A lot of fans wanted the Rams to go into the draft and get as many offensive weapons as we can to build this team around Jared Goff. I felt that the front office did a really good job of changing things up. We are coming out of the draft a better team than we were.
Round 2, Pick 12 (44) - Gerald Everett, TE, South Alabama
- The pick - Before playing at Southern Alabama, Gerald Everett was a member of the 2014 UAB football program that was defunded. With only two years of football experience, the 6’3” TE finished his collegiate football career strong. Everett led the South Alabama Jaguars in catches, yards, and TD’s over his past two seasons, all of which are new school records by a TE. A playmaker with the ball, Everett knows how to make people miss. On tape he always seems to be fighting for extra yards, shedding tacklers, and falling forward for first downs. He has the versatility to be split out wide, set-up in the slot, and can help as an in-line blocker. His attributes are intriguing but the only knock on Everett is the size of his hands. Believe it or not, his 5’8” teammate Tavon Austin has bigger hands than Everett. Despite the one physical flaw, Everett’s college production and week at the Senior Bowl earned him a spot on the LA Rams roster.
- The fit - Loyal fans that watched the Rams offense last year saw multiple dropped passes every game, 8-yard curl routes on 3rd & 10, and middle-school blocking schemes. Even though we invested in two TE’s in the 2016 draft, I think that Everett has a unique skill set and is a significant upgrade to our TE group. Ex-Ram Lance Kendricks was drafted in the second round of the 2011 draft and was expected to play a role in the Rams’ offense that I don’t think he was capable of. Without a solid TE #1 on the team, Everett has a great opportunity to receive a lot of targets in our new offense. As a TE coach and offensive coordinator with the Washington Redskins, Sean McVay turned Jordan Reed into a household name. With his new offense rolling into LA, I hope that McVay grooms Gerald Everett into a first down machine that the Rams can rely on.
- The pick - The Washington State native is an all-around stud and an absolute steal at the top of the 3rd round. LA is getting a four-time consensus FCS All-American, a three-time Academic All-American, the holder of multiple FCS records (career catches, yards, and TDs) and a co-captain with impeccable character and work ethic. Kupp relies on his speed, route running and most of all his HANDS. Kupp can catch anything thrown his way. With the ball in his hands he is a savvy ball carrier with excellent field vision and awareness. Eastern Washington used him all over their offense, including special teams. He made a lot of home run plays during his record-setting career but people will still knock the competition that he faced in the Big Sky Conference. EWU isn't a brand name school when it comes to producing elite NFL prospects but Cooper Kupp’s electrifying production will serve him well during his career in Los Angeles.
- The fit - When the Rams drafted Cooper Kupp I immediately thought to myself, we already have short quick pass catchers. At 6’2”, Kupp is actually one of the bigger receivers on the team due to the departure of Britt and Quick. Kupp’s size is surprising knowing how much he relies on his shifty agility after the catch. I hope McVay finds a way to keep this kid on the field at all times, he might not be a WR1 right away but I see Kupp becoming a reliable pass-catcher in this league. Les Snead drafted Tavon Austin because of his speed and elusiveness, yet throughout Austin’s career his size has kept him from becoming a dominant outside receiver. Kupp has comparable speed and elusiveness to Tavon but he is 6 inches taller. The expectations for Kupp shouldn’t be through the roof, he just needs to come in and contribute like Britt did in 2016. Britt had his ups and downs but he actually gave the Rams offense a chance at times. McVay stressed the importance of high character guys during his draft process press conferences, when it comes to the whole person and player Kupp fits the mold that McVay wants. Los Angeles Ram fans and Jared Goff should be excited for Cooper Kupp this season.
- The pick - Early in Johnson’s Boston College career he played CB, he didn’t start but was primarily used as a slot corner and special teamer. During his junior and senior year Johnson earned a starting role at safety and was a leader in the back-half of the Golden Eagle defense. Johnson has great game awareness when supporting the run and the pass. After watching his tape, and knowing that he had a position change from CB to S, I would say that Johnson relies on his zone coverage skills more than his man coverage skills. With that being said he does a really great job of coming down hill to stop the run. He doesn't bring the hammer with all of his tackles but he isn’t afraid to get low and bring ball carriers down. When dropping back in coverage John sometimes lets guys get separation over the top but will make plays on the ball if it’s thrown his way. A combination of Johnson’s tools, versatility, and size could make him a staple in our secondary.
- The fit - Throughout the whole draft process everyone talked about how this DB class might be the deepest draft class ever. Without a first round pick I thought drafting a corner or safety at 37 was a real possibility for a while. With lots of movement in our secondary this offseason the Rams still had holes to fill. One of the biggest holes on our defense was a spot that had been occupied for the last four years, strong safety. Even though T.J. McDonald started all 53 career games as a Ram, McVay looks to build a team of high character players so not re-signing someone who will be suspended the first half of the 2017 season was probably an easy decision for the front office. Before drafting John Johnson, fourteen of the last seventeen draft picks for Los Angeles were dedicated to the offensive side of the ball. Our offense definitely needs help but it made me very happy to see the front office address an urgent need on the defensive side of the ball. I have the utmost faith in Wade Phillips, he assembled the No-Fly-Zone in Denver which led the league as the #1 pass defense during the 2015 and 2016 seasons. Gregg Williams was good but everybody knows that Wade Phillips will be better.
- The pick - Josh Reynolds is a former track star that gave up the 200m dash for a chance to play JuCo football. After one year at Tyler Junior College, Reynolds transferred to College Station and made an immediate impact for the Texas A&M Aggies. After three years of facing SEC defenses, Reynolds averaged 55 catches 929 yards and 10 TDs at a 17 yards-per-catch rate each season. Reynolds is a long-strider that can really take the top off of a defense. He is very good at tracking the ball down in the air, he has good hand-eye coordination, and is excellent at winning contested balls. At the line of scrimmage he doesn't do much hand fighting. Relying on his burst of speed to beat his opponent downfield, Reynolds might struggle when facing press coverage. Reynolds’ size is effective but his lanky frame doesn’t bode well for underneath routes. I think Reynolds style of play fits in well with the other receivers on the team.
- The fit - Every year Les Snead drafts a player from the SEC, this year Reynolds was the guy. Against some of the nation's top talent, the JuCo transfer still found ways to impact football games on the perimeter. I noticed that Reynolds predominantly lined up on the right as an outside receiver. With multiple short quick receivers that can line up in the slot, Reynolds has a lot of potential to be our outside deep threat. His strength is his speed however Josh is not known for his run after the catch ability. He has a large catch radius which is always a plus but he may need to refine his route tree. Go routes and deep posts are his bread and butter but he needs to work on his intermediate route running skills, such as drags and slants. In his first season as an Aggie, Reynolds scored 13 TDs. If Reynolds can come out of the gate and contribute early on like he did in college, LA’s got themselves a bargain.
- The pick - Born in Nigeria, Samson Ebukam eventually moved to Portland, Oregon and was introduced to football later in life. His love and understanding of the game has only grown since playing at Eastern Washington. Along with his teammate Cooper Kupp, Samson was one of 6 co-captains at EWU, this is a testament to his high-character. An explosive athlete with a high motor, Ebukam excelled as a pass rusher playing outside and inside as a 3-4 LB. At 6’3 240lbs, Ebukam has raw athleticism and uses his long arms and quick feet more than sound technique. He shows explosive burst, acceleration, and bend before getting into the backfield but sometimes loses containment and misses tackles because he is flying around. His aggression, relentless, and ability to play the 3-4 as a LB belongs in our new front seven.
- The fit - In my opinion, the Rams not having a first round pick made our later round picks a little more valuable. Out of everyone the Rams drafted I think Ebukam was the biggest reach, but that doesn’t mean I don’t like what he brings to the table. NFL fans and draftniks usually know an interesting fact or stat line about most players that are drafted. When Ebukam was picked I think most fans said “Who?” After doing research, Ebukam was not invited to any of the showcase games or the combine, so he may come into the NFL with a chip in his shoulder. A mixture of push rush moves helps Ebukam shed blockers whether he is playing outside or inside. Based on what the Rams were looking for, Samson Ebukam fits the bill. Some may continue to question his value as a 4th round player, but Ebukam might have what it takes to play every linebacker position in Wade’s 3-4 scheme.
- The pick - Tanzel Smart is a stout bull-rusher that converts his quick burst to power. Coming out of Tulane his coach Willie Fritz said that Smart was a phenomenal person, leader, and player. During the Senior Bowl, Smart showed leverage in the trenches and an ability to keep his eyes in the backfield when slanting or stunting. With long arms and quick hands he usually makes first contact with the lineman in front of him. This allows him to causes a fair amount of chaos in the run and the pass. At 6’1” and just shy of weighing 300 pounds Tanzel is considered undersized for his positon. The Rams once drafted an undersized DT named Aaron Donald and everything seemed to work out just fine.
- The fit - Smart was receiving a lot buzz as a sleeper pick from a lot of people in the draft world during the Senior Bowl. I think it’s safe to say that he earned a spot as one of the top 15 interior defensive lineman in this draft class. Knowing that Taznel was the 18th interior defensive lineman selected off of the board, LA got another great value. In a press conference Sean McVay said that he watched Smart while he was down in Alabama at the Senior Bowl. McVay commented on Smart’s ability to constantly get into the backfield. Going into the draft I would not have urged the Rams to draft a DT, but I am totally okay with having someone like Smart on our team. Hopefully he turns him into a solid rotational player along the defensive line.
- The pick - Sam Rogers paved his way onto the Virginia Tech football team as a walk-on and eventually earned himself a scholarship. At 5’10” 231lbs, Rogers uses his low center of gravity in every aspect of his game. He excelled as a blocker and pass catcher, he even showed flashes of hard-nosed ball carrying. A loyal Hokie fan I know described Rogers as an ‘angry bowling ball’, he’s an athletic football player with the body of an old school full back. Rogers is another guy that fits the mold because of his undeniable character and outstanding work ethic. During his time at Virginia Tech he was an all-around contributor and a true team player.
- The fit - By the end of free agency the Rams made some decent moves along the OL. Going into the draft most people expected the Rams to draft lineman, but they chose not to. Some say it was a weak OL class, but I actually think OL wasn’t a pressing need. The actual problem was letting Rob Boras try and serve as our offensive coordinator last year. Under his play calling, we couldn’t open holes for Gurley and we couldn’t pick up blitzes to protect Goff. Based on PFF, Rogers has the highest pass protection rating for FB’s so having him on the team should help everyone. I hope McVay mixes it up with Rogers, he has the skills to contribute on all three downs. The horns suit Rogers well, Los Angeles will soon make Sam the Ram and fan favorite.
- The pick - Ejuan Price started his career at Pitt as a MLB but finished as a DE. Price has struggled with injury throughout college; he redshirted the 2012 season, missed half of the 2013 season and was injured the whole 2014 season. Despite the concerns that keep him off the field, Price’s on-field production during his last two years at Pitt were great. 103 tackles, 42.5 tackles for loss, 24.5 sacks, 4 forced fumbles, and 1 scoop and score. At only 5’11”, Price has a stout frame but is persistent when it comes to disrupting plays. Price takes chances to beat his man with quickness and speed, he gets into the backfield but needs to wrap up when tackling.
- The fit - Barring the injury concerns, I really like this pick. If Price can stay healthy and show talent four or five years down the road we could all be saying, “He went in the 7th round?” Even though Price changed positions during his college career I don’t think Wade Phillips will ask him to play linebacker. I can see him being utilized as an effective
3-4 DEedge rusher if he sharpens up his ability to contain plays. His size might not suggest it but Price knows how to get big and fill gaps in the running game. He may struggle against long lengthy tackles but we will just have to wait and see how he will be utilized as a Ram.
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