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HardFightinSoldier said:

He would've picked in the 5th round or earlier if he had left after last year and has progressed into one of the top 3 OT's in the league. He lost his sophomore year because Franklin made all of the O'lineman lose 25+ pounds and none of them could block anybody.


There are 3 OT's on Georgia's roster alone that are better than Ziemba.

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HobnailedBoots said:

There are 3 OT's on Georgia's roster alone that are better than Ziemba.

Sturdivant might be better, Boling plays a completely different position. Other than that the only other OT you could say is better is Sherrod.
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There will be talk of the dynamic duo of tori gurley (6'5'') and alshon jeffrey (6'4'') by the end of the season. Both were freshmen last year- gurley a RS and jeffrey the true freshman.

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Well I could name 3 OT's on Bammer that I'll take before Ziemba to be honest...

Then I would take incoming true fresh Cyrus Kouandjio...

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Tider27 said:

Well I could name 3 OT's on Bammer that I'll take before Ziemba to be honest...

If one of them is Fluker then your argument is invalid.
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The Dude said:

There will be talk of the dynamic duo of tori gurley (6'5'') and alshon jeffrey (6'4'') by the end of the season. Both were freshmen last year- gurley a RS and jeffrey the true freshman.


But he's a gurley-man.

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HardFightinSoldier said:

Sturdivant might be better, Boling plays a completely different position. Other than that the only other OT you could say is better is Sherrod.


Sturdivant IS better, Boling is an OT that has played every position on the line except center, and Cordy Glenn was more impressive than Ziemba last year.

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HobnailedBoots said:

But he's a gurley-man.

hah...yeah. if i was an opposing fan, i'd prolly go that route too. but the fact that he took his father's name shortly after his father died in a car wreck 3 years ago kinda mutes it a bit.

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HardFightinSoldier said:

If one of them is Fluker then your argument is invalid.

Meh, I'll take a beastly project over him, but after he gets playing time...it won't be so "invalid".

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HardFightinSoldier said:

Walsh and Butler should be #1 in ST, but Floyd and Rudolph is a damn good combo. Who would you have ahead of them?

AJ Green and Orson Charles...
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It's Chubb time... no homo

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The Dude said:

hah...yeah. if i was an opposing fan, i'd prolly go that route too. but the fact that he took his father's name shortly after his father died in a car wreck 3 years ago kinda mutes it a bit.


fwiw, I think he's a beast. Probably Garcia's top target this year.