SPRING NOTEBOOK: Lanning at LB, Campos update and more

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  1. The Rob Gray

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  2. CyBlitz

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    Darius Lee-Campbell was moved to DB from WR, and started at QB. I like that the staff trying to make the most of its roster.
     
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    So our DLine could look like this:

    Uwazurike 6'7"
    Lima 6'3"
    Tongamoa 6'4"
    Bailey 6'2"
    Leo 6'7"

    Worst case scenario-- they'll plug some holes and cloud throwing lanes. Those guys are big!
     
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    Good point. Very smart, these guys.
     
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    Good article, good coverage. Thanks!
     
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    Thanks for supporting Cyclone Fanatic, sir!
     
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    #7 bozclone, Mar 7, 2017
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    Any word on how Denver Johnson has recovered from injury? I thought I saw him on the board drill in the most recent video. He is another big, physical receiver. It may be hard for him to get playing time this year, but I love our depth at WR.
     
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    You'd think he must be doing rather well to be involved in that drill. I believe Cotton-Moya was hanging out on the side in sweats, right?
     
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    Probably still recovering from the surgery. Anyone hear of any other positions change?
     
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  10. Die4Cy

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    A good hunk of the credit should probably go to DLC. He wants to get on the field, and is willing to do what it takes to get there.
     
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    He hasn't been in the spring drill photos. He looks the part. No doubt about it.
     
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    I assumed he was number 81 in the board drill posted on twitter.

     
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    That's definitely him. I meant to say he HAS been in the spring photos, my mobile CyFan has been glitchy as heck when typing responses.
     
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  14. CyValley

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    81 is a DB number? Is that within the rules? Since watching his h.s. videos, I've been a DLC fan, hope he can do his thing this fall.

    Edit: 81 is WR number, so can't a DB wear that, too, as a non-lineman not required to play in the box? Or, they'll switch his number this fall.
     
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    Gone from bad to worse. Noticing some issues on desktop as well, although none right now.
     
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    So, who the heck is that monster (looks like he's wearing #83)? Golesh is right there, is that maybe Dylan Soehner?
     
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    81 is Denver Johnson...a WR.
     
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    Soehner is 89, so that could be him. A 9 may look like a 3 from that angle.
     
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    The videos are a little misleading sometimes. They splice a lot of footage. Who starts out blocking may not be who finishes and yet it all looks like it is the same rep. Very good editing
     
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    My guess would be that it's Soehner. He's a big dude.

    Also, 83 on the roster is Jalen Martin. He's 6'3 205. Pretty good sized FR WR.
     
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