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teams are making a mistake if they’re only focusing on hiring the next trendy offensive mind as head coach.In an interview with the NFL Network Youth Dennis Byrd Jerseys , Payton said he concerned about several aspects of the recent head coach hiring processes around the NFL. Despite being one of the best offensive coaches in the NFL himself, Payton feels like the seeming determination of some to find the next offensive savant ready to become a head coach could lead to many mistakes in who teams hire to run their teams.“The thing that can be disappointing though is when you talk to someone and they give you the profile (of the coach) and then I’ll say ‘well you’re not interested in a young Bill Belichick or a young Tony Dungy?'” Payton said.“They get so pigeonholed into – cause this is cyclical, right, – and ultimately you would say if we did a little history, successful head coaches probably come from the east and the west and north and south. They probably come of both color and they probably come on defense and on offense. And they’re good leaders, they’re great leaders. And so if you say well I just want the one that coaches quarterbacks and they’re on offense, well then you’re going to end up with a smaller pool and you’ll probably have less of a chance to be right because already of eight hired there’s going to be three that survive three years.”There were eight head coaches hired this offseason by NFL teams. Six of those coaches come from offensive backgrounds while only two, Vic Fangio and Brian Flores, have defensive roots. The running joke of the hiring cycle of “if you ever met Sean McVay, you too could be an NFL head coach” was based in a degree of reality. The Arizona Cardinals initially referred to Kliff Kingsbury as a friend of the Los Angeles Rams head coach in their article announcing the hire. Matt LaFleur and Zac Taylor have direct ties to McVay and were hired by the Green Bay Packers and Cincinnati Bengals, respectively. Rams assistant Shane Waldron was also a candidate for the Bengals job.But Payton believes the search for the next Sean McVay may lead to some large mistakes among coaching hires.“There are a handful of coaches that I know that if I was a G.M. who I would be interested in hiring,” Payton said. “I think more and more it’s season-by-season and ‘I want Alvin Kamara.’ Well, you can’t have him. You can go draft 10 more running backs and be 0 for 10 trying to find him or (Sean) McVay.“And so I see a lot of mistakes made in that process I feel like this long in and so we’re excited to play those teams.”While Payton is absolutely correct to assert that top defensive coaches should not be overlooked as head coaching candidates, there have been a number of successful hires in recent years coming from the hot offensive coach. Doug Pederson (Philadelphia) and Matt Nagy (Chicago) parlayed success with the Chiefs into winning head coaching jobs. Frank Reich (Indianapolis) helped get the Colts back to the playoffs after winning a Super Bowl on Pederson’s staff. Kyle Shanahan (San Francisco) could easily make a leap in his third year if Jimmy Garoppolo can stay healthy. Plus, the hiring of McVay by the Rams was also a roaring success. But teams should absolutely be just as open to the next Belichick or Dungy as they are to the next McVay. If they’re only looking for McVay, they won’t find Belichick or Dungy. It’s another exciting week of college games for us to watch. This week will feature one of my favorite matchups between Clemson and NC State. I will be prioritizing games with prospects that fit our primary needs. Those are as follows: Edge, T, WR, RB, G, ILB, TE and CB. I added WR, and ILB to the needs list. Here are just a few games to check out, and who you should keep a keen scouting eye on throughout.Oklahoma video station. TCU (Sat 10/20, 12:00 PM EST, ABC)Edge, Ben Banogu, TCU (#15)Ben is an athletic edge guy that gets off the snap in a hurry. His motor is also top notch. His problems lies rawness in pass rushing moves. He is pretty repetitive.T, Lucas Niang, TCU (#77)Niang has been one of the best tackles in the Big 12 all year. Lucas has been extremely efficient in both pass blocking and opening up holes. T, Bobby Evans Dennis Byrd Jerseys Stitched , Oklahoma (#71)Evans has a ton of power and has the meanness that you like in a lineman. Looks to finish and dominate blocks downfield.WR, Marquise Brown, Oklahoma (#5)They don’t call him “Hollywood” Brown for nothing. This kid is a star and a playmaker. He can blow the top off of any defense.OG, Ben Powers, Oklahoma (#72)Powers lives up to his name with a nose for power run blocking. Good build with little bad weight, durable player. Ben is a good puller and has very good reaction speed.OG, Dru Samia, Oklahoma (#75)Despite not having great lateral movement, Dru does move pretty smoothly to the second level. He blocks with a lot of powerOther Notable prospects: LBer, Ty Summers, TCU #42 Michigan video station. Michigan State (Sat 10/20, 12:00PM EST, FOX)Edge, Kenny Willekes Michigan State (#48)Kenny is a little raw when it comes to pass rushing moves, but shows a great motor, and is able to anchor well against the run.Edge, Chase Winovich, Michigan (#15)Chase is a very heady player, that like Gary, has an endless motor. You won’t see Winovich caught out of position or chasing ghosts.Edge, Rashan Gary, Michigan (#3)Gary is a raw slab of athletic ability and a motor that never runs cold. Give him some time to refine his technique and he will be a problem.RB, L.J. Scott, Michigan State (#3)Scott is a load to bring down. If your team needs a back that can lay some thud, L.J. is the guy.RB, Karan Higdon, Michigan (#22)Karan is a explosive little back. Once he gets into the open field, he jumps into a 2nd gear that is hard to chase down. Higdon gets to the 2nd level by using his patience and understanding of how the blocks will develop.CB, Lavert Hill, Michigan (#24)Hill uses his hands very well to gain leverage in man coverage. In the run game though, he can stand to be a little less soft.CB Youth Mark Gastineau Jerseys , David Long, Michigan (#22)Long isn’t the tallest corner, and maybe that has helped him develop his quick hips. He has the physicality to jam receivers at the line, and fight for position down the sideline.Other Notable prospects: QB, Brian Lewerke, Michigan State #14 - QB, Shea Patterson, Michigan #2 - S, Tyree Kinnel, Michigan #23 - Off-Ball LBer, Devin Bush Jr., Michigan #10 - S, David Dowell, Michigan State #6NC State video station. Clemson (Sat 10/20, 3:30 PM EST, ESPN)Edge, Clelin Ferrell, Clemson (#93)Ferrell is a disciplined, 3 down edge guy. Clelin combines his length, speed and technique to rein hell down on o-linemen.Edge, Austin Bryant, Clemson (#7)Austin Bryant looks the part of an elite edge rush, but then once the ball is snapped, he looks anything but. He needs to grow in every aspect of the position.OT, Mitch Hyatt, Clemson (#75)Physically Hyatt is an amazing tackle prospect. Technically, he is a nightmare. His raw skill will get him looks in the first 3 rounds, but he needs some coaching bad.WR, Kelvin Harmon, N.C. State, (#3)With Metcalf injured Mark Gastineau Jerseys Stitched , Harmon will probably the 1st WR off the board this April. Harmon is a complete receiver with his route running, hands, size and speed.RB, Tavien Feaster, Clemson (#28)Feaster is a North South runner that packs a punch. It’s hard to bring Tavien down behind the LOS.OG/C, Garrett Bradbury, N.C. State (#65)Garrett wins with great body control, hand placement and technique. He take great angles in space and is athletic enough to get to where he needs to be.OG, Terronne Prescod, N.C. State (#70)Terrone is a squatty, powerful people mover. Prescod absorbs power like those old videos of fat guys absorbing cannon balls Off-ball LBer, Kendall Joseph, Clemson (#33)Over the last two seasons, Joseph has been a tackling machine. There is nothing slow about Kendall, from his speed physically to his mental recognition.CB, Trayvon Mullen, Clemson (#21)Mullen has the size and speed to take advantage of the miss throws caused by the Clemson front 7. Now is his production his own, or should we give the credit to the before mentioned front 7.Other Notable prospects: QB, Ryan Finley, N.C. State #15 - DT, Christian Wilkins, Clemson #42 - DT, Dexter Lawrence, Clemson #90 - LB, Germaine Pratt, N.C. State #3 - S, Tanner Muse, Clemson #19

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