2022 ISU NFL rookie prospects

FeedBreece

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That was pretty much 10 years ago. Damn.


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I’m also thinking about how we’re seeing a rookie out there. Which that’s been nearly 20 years now.

By their later years I lost track of Seneca and Sage during that time of year since they were so established.
 
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I've seen a handful of Rams writers saying that Hummel has a good shot at making the 53-man roster in LA. They are thin at LB, and he could likely be a primarily ST player.

This is from The Athletics Rams writers about their UDFA class:

Jake Hummel, Iowa State, ILB

Baumgardner: Really good football player who did a lot of stuff in Iowa State’s 3-3-5. There were situations where he’d line up and rush the passer off the edge, or flex out and run with a faster tight end. He’s very light (225), but a complete athlete. Has interesting coverage potential in the box and was pretty much trusted with everything but driving the bus in college. Played in five bowls, which is insane.

Rodrigue: Hummel has a real shot at cracking this roster or at least sticking as a priority practice squad player (he’ll compete more so with Jake Gervase, the converted safety, and Christian Rozeboom than he will with Travin Howard, who is currently the Rams’ ILB3).
 

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