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Old 02-26-2019, 02:24 PM   #2402
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Tillery said he felt pain after one of the sacks and it stayed the whole season. He had it checked out when he went home for chirstmas break and that's when it was revealed he had the torn labrum. Mom didn't want him to play in the bowl game but JT said he was playing regardless.
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Old 02-26-2019, 02:39 PM   #2403
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I'm not trying to knock on Jerry when I say that his on field performance has regressed. There are multiples reasons why, numbers wise, he has regressed this season. Like Lucci said, having 7 sacks in the first month of the season isn't sustainable. But it would've been nice to see a sack sprinkled in here and there throughout the second half of the season and not just 1 in the last game of the year. I just remember hearing his name A LOT in the first half of the season and not nearly as much in the second half.

I've always been a "glass half full" kinda guy with Notre Dame football. But I'm calling it like I see it with this one. Notre Dame needs September Tillery if they want to beat Clemson.
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Pete Sampson in his latest article reporting that Tillery suffered a Torn Labrum in his right shoulder during the Stanford game. Played the rest of the season with it.
THERE, lies the answer......NOT picking on you arrowryn but very understanding now
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Old 02-26-2019, 07:00 PM   #2404
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Damn... well that certainly is a great answer to the "How much do you like football" question
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Old 02-26-2019, 08:17 PM   #2405
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Was a really good piece on Tillery. Highly recommend reading in full (and subscribing to The Athletic in general).
I think I like Jerry about as much as I dislike the NFL scouts who want to knock him down a peg for not being "fully committed" to football.
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Tillery with two good 40s. Announcers are very complimentary of him and Rich Eisen was defending the idea of players having interests outside of football and being more well rounded people.

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Tillery with two good 40s. Announcers are very complimentary of him and Rich Eisen was defending the idea of players having interests outside of football and being more well rounded people.

Adjusted and now official 4.93
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Tillery is a projection-based prospect with first-class traits and dominant potential, but he's still searching for more consistency from game to game. While his frame is suited for a role as an end in a classic 3-4 scheme, he has plenty of tape showing he shouldn't be scheme dependent on the next level. Scouts would like to see more dominant tape considering his size and power, but if he takes coaching and learns to unleash his hands, he could become an unruly interior force and good three-down starter.

Strengths
Tall with muscular, athletic build and excellent lean muscle mass
Scary natural power for such a long frame and has potential to get bigger and stronger
Well-timed punch will jolt blockers and rattle their pads
Has size and play traits to become dominant two-gapper in odd or even fronts
Uses upper-body power to yank and push blockers aside once he gets into their frame
Keeps strong club move counter in his bag that can lift and displace opposing guards
Downhill freight train effect as bull-rusher if he gets early momentum going
Activates flailing arms to cloud passing windows once quarterback starts throwing motion
Adequate lateral quickness to disrupt in the gaps for slanting fronts
Quick to flatten to the quarterback once he breaches opponent's edge
Shows glimpses of upper-body flexion and hip flip to work over the top of slow-footed interior blockers

Weaknesses
Needs more consistent reaction time off the snap
Loses a measure of power by allowing access into his frame
Takes some bad losses at point of attack when pad level and technique go south
Ends up on the ground more than teams might like
Body control fluctuates according to footwork and base width
Legs become heavy and lumbering the further away he gets from snap point
Looks like he's playing in sand when forced to redirect suddenly against cutting ball carriers
Raw with his hands and hasn't learned to properly weaponize them in his rush attack
Would benefit from more well-rounded rush attack rather than relying on size and force
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