Dear Mr Annoymous Units: Maybe if you showed some proof of your numbers and or history, people would be a little more inclined to trust you and your opinion. Your Misterio Cape mantra is nice lipstick but what's underneath that? Allow me present a possible introduction. Hi Everyone, Sports and betting in general have fascinated me since I was a youngster selling ten cent, ten square, hockey pools. Have been handicapping full time online for three years and my record is 912-756-12-12 for a 23,301.58 unit return as of February 5, 2016. I am not always right, obviously, but I take pride in my craft and I hate losing at anything.
Outstanding penetrator; knows how to get up the field and disrupt
Very quick; nice agility
Energizer bunny; love his motor
Very fast, strong hands
Nice balance and athleticism
Physical football player
Very active and focused on the field
Flashes great instincts
Displays some upside
Can play 3-technique; potential to play 5-technique (3-4 DE)
Inconsistent with leverage; will get too high
A little thin in upper body; must bulk up
Lacks a base
Can be run at
Struggles against bigger linemen
Has some off-field issues
Summary: I really like Odrick as a prospect if teams view him as coachable. If he adds some strength, he has a lot of potential as a 3-4 defensive end, or 5-technique. However, he will NOT fit every 4-3 scheme. His bread and butter is getting up the field using his quickness and hands. Teams like Buffalo, Minnesota, and Indianapolis might be interested. Odrick is a second-round prospect, but a darkhorse for the first round.
Player Comparison: Tony Brown. Brown is a one-gap penetrator in Tennessee; he is very quick, has great hands, but struggles when teams run at him.