We go back to the Combine well and interview Ethan Young, who runs OaSIS Intel and invented Slaytics—a method of combining size and athleticism into one composite score. He crunches numbers just as much (if not more) than I do, so he’s just as qualified to let us know who the combine winners and losers really were.
We go over all the position groups and then talk about ideal draft scenarios for the Minnesota Vikings.
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- Find Ethan’s 2016 Slaytics evaluation here
- You can also find him on Twitter
- If you were asleep when this news broke, evidently Matt Kalil agreed (“in principle”) to a deal with the Carolina Panthers
- Once again, Jeanna Thomas has the one-stop-shop for free agency rumors. Click there.
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