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Kaleb McGary Shawn Lauvao Jersey , OTSchool: Washington | Conference: PAC 12College Experience: RS Senior | Age: 22?Height / Weight: 6-6 / 321 lbsProjected Draft Status: 2nd or 3rd RoundNFL Comparison: Marcus GilbertCollege StatisticsN/APlayer OverviewKaleb McGary has come a long way since he was a 6-6 / 270 lbs basketball player in high school who also played offense and defense as a football player. McGary collapsed during a high school basketball game and was diagnosed with heart arrhythmia. He had 3 procedures on his heart to correct it before he ever set foot on Washington’s campus. McGary is an athletic talent, a former 4-star prospect who got offers from all over the nation including from Wisconsin who made a hard push for him. McGary loved Wisconsin but chose to stay close to home (he is from Takoma) to be close to his family. He received a redshirt and transformed his body and learned how to play tackle. His offensive line coach has praised him as “incredibly durable”, “incredibly tough, in every sense of the word”, and he has praised his leadership. McGary has a chance to leave for the NFL last year but was committed to saying at Washington to try and make a championship run. His team didn’t succeed but McGary’s play has stood out positively for the better part of his career. McGary has the chance to become a franchise tackle and I wouldn’t rule out a switch to the left side if the team who selected him needed him to play there. Some think he may be devalued because of his heart condition and he may fall much like Michigan’s Maurice Hurst. I don’t think McGary falls that far as his heart issue is known and as long as he is cleared medically. If all is clear he’s going to be a huge value to the team that selects him.StrengthsHuge tackle, he’d almost be 6-7 but he’s short a 1/8th of an inch. Well built all around pretty athletic for his size. Strong fundamentals and strong technique. Plays with balance and a strong base. Feet look better than you would think for a man his size as he can mirror pretty well. Makes contact with a strong punch and plays with good arm extension. Has good strength to maintain his leverage.Has very good awareness and makes good decisions. Knows where his QB is and where his opponent is. Keeps his eyes peeled on the edge and knows when to peel off his assignment to take care of other threats. Moves people in the run game. Comes off the ball quick and has the athleticism to get quickly to the second level and make contact.Physical player who can finish.WeaknessesCan give away too much ground pass blocking at times after contact is made when faced with speed and power. Needs to be more consistent with his punch and beat his man at the point of attack.Tall guy who does his best to get low. When he doesn’t it makes ceed ground especially to speed rushers and he has to catch up. Has a bit of stiffness in his lower half.Known past medical issue with his heart. He’ll have to get a clean bill of health to give teams confidence to draft him.Let’s see his work (#58 RT):More Kaleb McGary videosHow He Would Fit On The RedskinsI know some will think I’m crazy for suggesting that the Redskins spend yet another 2nd or 3rd rounder on a tackle. The exception here though is that McGary wouldn’t be a backup for long. Trent Williams has been one of the best and most consistent Redskins ever but he is aging, he is slowing down, and he is getting more injury prone. The last year of his current contract is also in 2020. If the Redskins are truly planning for the future in considering one of the most important positions on the field they might actually consider drafting a player who is actually ready to play. The truth is Geron Christian is a long way away and their is a chance he may never get past being a backup. It may seem redundant but with the amount of injuries plaguing the offensive line the Redskins need real help at the tackle position and can not rely solely on picking guys up off the couch when things go wrong. I think McGary can play left tackle at the next level as he has the athleticism to do so. He needs some work but he is solid in his technique already. If he receives a clear medical he’s certainly a player I would think the team should consider given the contact and age of Williams and even Moses. McGary could certainly come in and play whenever Moses twists his ankle again and Redskins fans would be thankful for it rather than watching Austin Howard play. Some may consider it a luxury but given the terrible luck this offensive line has had at nearly all positions over the last few years I would argue its a necessity. Hogs Haven takes a look at 2019 NFL Draft prospects that could contribute to the Redskins"Lil’Jordan Humphrey Terry McLaurin Washington Redskins Jersey , WRSchool: Texas | Conference: BIG 12College Experience: Junior | Age: 21?Height / Weight: 6-3 / 210 lbsProjected Draft Status: 5th or 6th RoundNFL Comparison: Austin CarrCollege StatisticsPlayer OverviewLil’Jordan Humphrey was a 3-star prospect from Southlake, Texas. Committing to the University of Texas was always the natural choice for Humphrey even though Wisconsin was making a push in his recruitment. He got to work immediately his freshman season and caught a couple passes as well as played on special teams. Humphrey contributed a bit more and had a real impact on offense in his sophomore season as he came in second on the team in receiving yards for the 2017 season. This past season he broke out and established himself as one of the more exciting receivers in the BIG 12 and an interesting draft prospect considering his ‘big slot’ ability and role in the Texas offense. He was honorable mention to the All-BIG 12 team this past season and showed that he could handle a heavy workload. Humphrey was the first player in school history since the early 1980’s to score at least one receiving, rushing, and passing touchdown in a single season. Humphrey had a disappointing Combine. He was the slowest receiver in Indianapolis and tested poorly in explosion drills but he is yet another good example of look having to go and look back at the tape he’s put together. Humphrey is better than his test numbers indicate and could carve out a productive role for himself in the slot in the NFL.StrengthsGood size, length, versatility, and physicality for the position. Understands space and knows how to find space in zone coverage. Uses frame, length Terry McLaurin Washington Redskins Jersey , and hands to high point the ball and create late separation. Size and power he has makes him hard to bring down. Despite he poor 40 time he is a threat after the catch as a runner.Reliable as a pass catcher and can haul passes in from multiple catch points.Physical and competitive blocker.Special teams value. WeaknessesBelow average athleticism including speed, quickness, and burst. It will limit him in the NFL.Doesn’t get much separation in coverage and instead relies on his size to box out to create space rather than using his route running saavy. There is a time and place for physical dominance but Redskins fans know that it doesn’t work often in the NFL. Ran a simple route tree at Texas and will need to adjust to the variety of routes he’ll need to run in the NFL.Needs to work back to the QB when things break down. Let’s see his work:More Lil’Jordan Humphrey videosHow He Would Fit On The Redskins?Humphrey is another late round option for the Redskins in their quest to bolster their receiving corps. As I mentioned in Preston Williams’ profile the Redskins seem to like these size, hands, physical guys at wide out late in the draft so I wouldn’t rule out interest in Humphrey as a late round option who could come in and challenge for work in the slot. What Humphrey does well is make contested catches using his body as a tool. He’s a threat in short to intermediate route and is also a threat when he works toward the boundary as he doesn’t concede space or let corners squeeze him. He’ll have to work on his consistency specifically his route running to stick on a team in light of his test numbers. One area he may be able to prove his value is as a returner on kick coverage. If he could someone maintain his 20+ yard return average in the NFL he will stick on an NFL team where he could continue to work to get reps on office. Before the Combine some were talking about Humphrey as a day 2 pick, now he is solidly in the day 3 conversation. As I mentioned before I think he is better than his numbers indicate and he has some great core skills to work with he may be a good value late for a team like the Redskins who need competition at all receiving spots.



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