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    Does Chris Lyle project as a Strong Side DE?

    Just curious....



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    Re: Does Chris Lyle project as a Strong Side DE?

    I would think so. He and Kellman are two guys to be really excited about. Kellman's got a freakish body (6'6", 260), and he'll be a freshman. Lyle's 6'4", 255. They've both got around 4.7 speed...big DE's with speed, something we haven't seen in a while!



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    Re: Does Chris Lyle project as a Strong Side DE?

    Jay Moore was 275 and Adam Carriker was 285 and both probably will go pro. These two may eventually be that size.


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    Re: Does Chris Lyle project as a Strong Side DE?

    GC said on MM that Kellman was 6'4" 255 lbs. But that is still good size, a lot better than what weve had out there lately. Will Parker still start next year?


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    Re: Does Chris Lyle project as a Strong Side DE?

    Quote Originally Posted by ripvdub View Post
    GC said on MM that Kellman was 6'4" 255 lbs. But that is still good size, a lot better than what weve had out there lately. Will Parker still start next year?
    i think parker will be the suprise player next year, again, this year he was very good then i believe he got hurt, but i see him gaining some weight and coming out and being a good player, i think the fact that we will have some speed on the D line will be key to the success of this team, because we have to be able to rush the qb unlike last year.


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    Re: Does Chris Lyle project as a Strong Side DE?

    It is nice to have some depth and competition on the D-Line. With Parker, Taylor, Braaksma, Lyle, and Weir and able to play DE, plus some other holdovers we should end up with two pretty solid starters.



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