Renee Curran...thoughts?

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    Renee Curran...thoughts?

    Watching video of this guy and he's a non stop motor who can smell the ball wherever it is! I for one see him as a Patriot kind of player. Small? For a prototypical OLB, yes. But, he's fast and could be a special teams monster as well as being used for probably a lot of other positions. 


    and look at YouTube videos of him. See what I mean? I think he's one of the sleepers this year and he looks like he is out to prove most everyone is wrong about him being an NFL player (which I like). Think BB has been watching him? I do. 
     
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    Good prospect, but I think he's strictly a 4-3 OLB due to his size and not a good fit for NE's base 3-4 scheme.
     
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    way too small for 3-4. to draft a player like Curran in the 3rd or 4th rounds and strickly only utilize him on special teams would be a waste. other areas to be concern with.
     
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    yeah he's too small, plus never heard much about him. he's not a SEC standout.
     
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    My bad, correct spelling "Rennie Curran".

    I remember watching a game last season with him playing. He stood out to me. He seemed in on every play and absolutely smelled the ball. I loved what I saw and had forgotten him until I picked up my Pro Football Weekly NFL Draft Guide.

    Watch these videos. I love players like this. They are driven to always prove the naysayers wrong. I see a player that doesn't seem to miss tackles. Something I saw way too much of last year on the Patriots defense. Personally, I'd love to see the Patriots be able to grab him.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wGCsQaqGZCs

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BF7IePVcO7M

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wndM8tc0SB8

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a1RMcW28VAo

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hzryQkdOMF0

    http://www.nfl.com/videos/nfl-combine/09000d5d816e3e86

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=30b9huZhJHI&feature=related

    http://www.fftoolbox.com/nfl_draft/profile_display.cfm?prospect_id=2393



     
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    My bad, correct spelling "Rennie Curran". I remember watching a game last season with him playing.Posted by mrbungle


    Didn't hear too much about him last year, plus georgia didn't have a great year either.
     
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    he is an absolute monster, but he is undersized
    very productive
    would be a steal in the 4th round or later
     
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    Well he is definitely better than some of the picks that they have made... even if he plays as some sort of "Special feature" player on Def... Maybe a thrird safety/LB in a new def. scheme the pats come up with.  He seems to have an attraction for the ball- and does not play OLE as the runner passes bye.
     
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    this guys a terror. if we can't find a spot for these type guys because they are "undersized" for our special 3-4 defense, then the problem is the system. 

    Curran is tough and smart. Another SEC guy to take a look at is Malcolm Sheppard. He's undersized for DT, which he played at Arkansas, but he's very quick for his size and made a lot of big plays.  I could see a little Willie McGinest in him, most definitely.
     
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    this guys a terror. if we can't find a spot for these type guys because they are "undersized" for our special 3-4 defense, then the problem is the system.  Curran is tough and smart. Another SEC guy to take a look at is Malcolm Sheppard. He's undersized for DT, which he played at Arkansas, but he's very quick for his size and made a lot of big plays.  I could see a little Willie McGinest in him, most definitely.
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    He is also a converted RB/FB! I could see him as a 3rd down back. Special teams. Him and Banta-Cain on each edge for a pass rush scheme. Goal line back. Fullback. Hey, I think he'd be one player that really could step up to whatever challenge BB gives him. Plus, he has the intangible qualities of character, desire, hunger and wanting to make his family proud. He's smart, tough, incredible physical speciman that could fill a lot of roles. I like him a lot. Some team is going to benefit with this guy on the field and I expect to see him make a lot of big plays. Too small? Bah! When a player like this has spent his whole life pursuing this dream and showing he gives 110% every play, I say you find a place for him. I would also say how may times do we see players gifted with size, ability, talent only to watch them give a half-hearted attempt on the field (cough-Adalius Thomas-cough)? Curran could certainly get players on the field hyped up.
     
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    Why would we draft a guy named Renee? I thought I was going to pull up some hottie and get a chance to rate her. Who is this Renee Curran?
     
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    If the Pats draft him, they'll move him to play ILB. I would rather go Sean Lee for an ILB. 
     

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