Meeting Josh Barrett

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    Meeting Josh Barrett

    Name: Josh Barrett
    College: www.nfldraftscout.com/ratings/college.php?DSTeamId=45&sortorder=tsxpos&order=ASC" target="_blank" title="Other Prospects from Arizona State">Arizona State     Number: 19
    Height: 6-2   Weight: 223
    Position: www.nfldraftscout.com/ratings/players.php?genpos=SS&draftyear=2008&sortby=tsxpos&order=ASC" title="Click here for other SS's">SS  Pos2: FS/OLB
    Class/Draft Year:
     
    www.nfldraftscout.com/ratings/players.php?genpos=SS&draftyear=2008&sortby=tsxpos&order=ASC" title="Other 2008 SS's">rSr/2008
    40 Time: 4.34      40 Low: 4.30   40 High: 4.43
    Projected Round: www.nfldraftscout.com/ratings/value.php?projected=3&draftyear=2008&sortorder=tsxpos&order=ASC" title="Other Prospects projected for Round(s) 3">3  Stock: Falling due to injury www.nfldraftscout.com/members/images/same.gif" border="0" alt="" />   
    Rated number 3 out of 134 SS's

    If you look back @ this Draft class you'll remeber our prognosticator mbeaulieu07, Tex, MVP...

    Bottom line this kid was a combine beast he is basically Taylor Mays with a Brain... 6'2 225 runs a 4.34 officially 4.30 @ his pro day.

    This kid is exactly what you need in 4:3 3:4 hybrid

    Why,

    I said this last week but the personel on this team makes us a AUDIBLE NIGHTMARE... for QBs we can line up in either front because our DEs have played OLB...

    Cunningham & Ninkovich can play the Strong side in the 4:3, LOLB in 3:4 Carter and Anderson can plan RDE or ROLB. 

    I know it is a stretch to put Cunningham on the Strong side of a 4:3... I truely feel Tarpanian from IOWA is our man there because that is his natural position but he does not have the size to play the 3:4 look.

    either way our DE is revolutionary 

    4 down// Ellis, Haynesworth, Fork, Carter
    3 LBs// Cunnningham, Spikes, Mayo
    2 DBs// McCourty, Bodden
    SS/FS Chung, Barrett

    OR

    3 down/// Ellis Fork Haynesworth
    4 LBs// Cunningham, Spikes, Mayo, Carter
    2 DBs// McCourty, Bodden
    SS/FS Chung Barret

    OR

    Nickel

    4 down/// Anderson Haynesworth, Fork, Carter
    2 LBs// Mayo, Guyton
    2 DBs// McCourty, Bodden
    Star Chung
    SS/FS Brown, Barrett

    This DE can audile to a 4:3 look by having Barrett look down the weak side while Mayo flips to the strong side

    Bottom line this DE does not have a BASE anything

    I personally love the hybrid 4:3 look with all these options
     
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    All good points and agree with most. Barrett is an interesting prospect at least on paper. he's a tad smaller than I would like at 4-3 OLB, but I think can pull it off if you change up on the fly. He's I think what BB was seeking in that hybrid role, similar to what McGowan did, but way more gifted in terms of speed.

    You didn't mention a 5 man line. But what about this crazy alignment....

    Ellis, Pryor, VW, Haynesworth, Carter
    Mayo
    Bodden, McCourty, Dowling,
    Chung, Barrett

    Lots to play with.
     
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    Re: Meeting Josh Barrett

    In Response to Re: Meeting Josh Barrett:
    All good points and agree with most. Barrett is an interesting prospect at least on paper. he's a tad smaller than I would like at 4-3 OLB, but I think can pull it off if you change up on the fly. He's I think what BB was seeking in that hybrid role, similar to what McGowan did, but way more gifted in terms of speed. You didn't mention a 5 man line. But what about this crazy alignment.... Ellis, Pryor, VW, Haynesworth, Carter Mayo Bodden, McCourty, Dowling, Chung, Barrett Lots to play with.
    Posted by PatsLifer


    I couldn't fit in all the psoosibilities

    a 4-2 or 5-1 nickel look would be amazing

    The Patriots used that 5-1 look when Mayo went down in 2009 and Guyton was the guy in the middle behind two NT.

    I like all the looks what i like most about this patriots team is that they can give you many many looks with the same personel on the field

    1) Vince and Haynesworth can play DE/NT/DT
    2) Ellis can play DE in both
    3) Carter and Cunningham can play Hybrid Tweeners in a 3:4 but are better suited as 4:3 ends.
    4) Mayo and Guyton can play all the LB positions, they played ALL in college as well. Mayo played strong and weak side as a sophmore and was moved to middle his Junior Year. Guyton was a weakside backed at Georgia Tech but finished on the strong side his senior year.
    5) Barrett has the size to play weakside backer and the speed to play SS/FS
    6) Chung is a SS but he can play the STAR
    7) Dane fletcher plays the middle well and he used to be a DE in college
    8) Bodden is a left corner who can play the STAR as well.
    9) Ras I Dowling, Bodden and Moulden (new guy from houston) have the size to play safety in Nickle and Dime.

    I'm sorry but i don't see this type of flexibilty anywhere else in the NFL
    Patriots have created a defense similar to there offense... its a week to week game planning hybrid 4:3 3:4
     
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    Re: Meeting Josh Barrett

    Hi Josh Barrett

    My name's Nick

    jk
     
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    Re: Meeting Josh Barrett

    What no love for butler lol
     
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