Hello New York Giants fans!
Happy Saturday and welcome to week 4 of the 2021 college football season.
This week we will once again highlight one of the best offensive linemen in the country. Due to Nick Gates ‘horrific injury, along with Shane Lemieux’s own injury and the general feeling of uncertainty surrounding the Giants’ inside offensive line, we decided it was best to focus the top linemen. offensive for a while.
This week is Texas A&M guard turned tackle Kenyon Green.
We also have a pair of ranked matches to highlight.
Spotlight on Players – Kenyon Green, Guard, Texas A&M
Measuring 6 feet 4 inches and weighing 325 pounds, Kenyon Green is an imposing presence along the Texas A&M offensive line. Number 55 can often be seen simply blocking defenders – when it isn’t just getting them out of its way – every time you fire up the Aggies gang. Green is a true junior who has already racked up an impressive resume, starting at right guard (true freshman), left guard (second year) and now right tackle (junior), and has been one of the nation’s top linemen since his freshman season.
While the jury is still out on Green’s ability to play an offensive tackle at the NFL level, his ability to play the post at the college level speaks volumes about his athleticism and movement abilities. While Green should be a plug-and-play goalie in just about any NFL blocking scheme, teams will want to dig into his strip to see if he has the advantage in the tackle, or even the center. , as a pro.
- Young, will be 21 in March 2022
- A massive lineman who carries his weight well
- Surprisingly athletic, stays ahead of the game by shooting
- The solid anchor is a protection against passing
- People mover in the racing game
- Able to play in human and zone concepts
- Uses good leverage and good hand placement
- Good knowledge of the terrain – sees and reacts to blitz and stunts
- Can be a little heavy and play on his toes
- Sometimes relies too much on upper body strength
- Balance is sometimes a problem
- Second level blocks may be inaccurate
(12) our Lady vs. (14) Wisconsin
Fox – Noon
It should be the best games of the day and offers a clash the Giants absolutely should pay attention to.
We’ve already highlighted Notre Dame’s safety Kyle Hamilton as potentially the best player in the draft, and today he will face Jake Ferguson of Wisconsin, who could be the best tight end in the draft. Not only could the Giants use a weapon like Hamilton in defense to (finally) solve their tight end problem, but if Ferguson plays well, he could put his name into consideration if the Giants need a tight end in the future. .
Players to watch
- Kyle Hamilton (D)
- Kyren Williams (RB)
- Jarrett Patterson (OC)
- Isaiah Foskey (DL)
- Jayson Ademilola (idl)
- Jake Ferguson (TE)
- Logan Bruss (OL)
- Keeanu Benton (DL)
- Jack Sanborn (LB)
- Leo Chanel (LB)
(7) Texas A&M vs. (16) Arkansas
CBS – 3:30 p.m.
The other game that we just had to highlight was the one between Texas A&M and Arkansas. It’s not only a great opportunity to watch our star player (TAMU RT Kenyon Green), but also DT DeMarvin Leal from Aggie. Leal is a large, powerful player for the midpoint of TAMU’s defensive front who can be virtually impossible to move once he takes root.
On the Arkansas side, the Razorbacks have one of the best offensive lines in college football. But it’s especially worth noting that wide receiver Treylon Burks and safety Jalen Catalon could both be first-round selections. Burks is a big receiver (6-3, 230 pounds) who lines up all over the Arkansas offense. Catalon is an energetic and intense security who can defend the race, rush the passer and defend the midfield.
Players to watch
- Kenyon Green (OL)
- Demarvin Leal (iDL)
- Isaiah Spiller (RB)
- Jalen Wydermeyer (TE)
- Treylon Burks (WR)
- Jalen Catalon (S)
- Myron Cunningham (OT)
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