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Endgame Powerup Ideas

2023.04.02 08:20 Menoetian Endgame Powerup Ideas

I'm rolling into the finale of a campaign I've been running for a few years now, and I want to try doing things a little differently than the normal meatgrinder fights.
One of the concepts behind the final boss is that he's made himself immortal by tapping into something called the Primal Current, basically the life energy of their realm. This connection gives him infinite Effort and an innate version of the Vital Furnace gift. Once the PCs figure this out, they can disrupt this connection and render him vulnerable.
I'm considering giving the PCs access to a bonkers season-finale powerup in the form of using the Primal Current to their own benefit. My current idea is this: as an On Turn effect, a player can roll a damage die of a size of their choosing (so anything between a d4 and d20). They recover Effort equal to that die's result on the damage chart, but also reduce their current and maximum HP by the same amount. Basically, they're overwhelming and wrecking their own bodies in order to draw power from the Primal Current.
To a certain extent, I recognise that this makes the PCs nigh-indestructible, since that minor damage translates into multiple defensive dispels. Like I said, this is the finale, and I'm more interested in making things dramatic and fun than difficult per se. The max HP reduction is mostly just a "how much of yourself are you willing to sacrifice?" dilemma for the finale, since there won't be another fight.
Are there any angles on this I might've missed?
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2023.04.02 07:59 shingchang123 Which spikes should I get out of the 3?

Which spikes should I get out of the 3?
Looking to buy my first pair of spikes mainly for the 1600 but I also plan on running the 400 and 800
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2023.04.02 06:19 processingimages LF stores/boutique that sell plus size blouse (for office attire)

Hello, I'm looking for plus size blouse (4XL and up) pang office. I've been having a hard time looking for places to shop (online shops are hit and miss since di masusukat prior ang damit) so yung may physical store sana. or Kung online shop kung mavovouch na tlgang true to size yung size chart nila. I've been to Dept stores (SM, Robinson, Landmark, etc) and limited ang choices nila for plus size 😥. I would appreciate any help please. Thank you.
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2023.04.02 06:10 RimCan19 Looking at getting the Tactical Boot

Looking at getting the Tactical Boot
I used the DIY chart. My feet are very symmetrical in measurement. Both feet are 10M Brannock (so go down a half size for Nick's, 9.5M).
Where I need some assistance is in width. My left and right foot ball measurement is 9 inches. The chart says that's super narrow (B or A).
I've never worn a narrow boot before I've always gone regular (D). Mind you, I've never owned a pair of Nick's before.
I contacted customer service and they said if that's what I measured than that would be a narrow size. They also said if that's obscure and I've always gone regular with other boots I've worn, than I should order that to be safe. Maybe go with a C width as a happy medium?
Any recommendations? Anyone own a pair of Tactical's (or same last)? I'm also from Canada so I can't do the try on method and would really like to get this done first try if possible.
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2023.04.02 03:58 chopstix62 your settings for ZP6 and aeropress, pourover and french press please

hi gang:
1/I will just start using my ZP6 in a bit..now I got this from izpesso's website but it's missing a setting for the aeropress: https://1zpresso.coffee/grind-setting/
but the coffee chronicler shows different setting (I respect his site too)..open and srcoll wayyyy down.:
2/one last thing please: so i calibrated my grinder by turning it clockwise all the way to zero...so from 2-5 is for most coffees...but this is what confuses me: you can easily turn it fully around 1 more time as well...should I ignore those extra settings as the grinders just get spaced too far apart to mean anthing?
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2023.04.02 02:17 Admirable-Catch-4295 Help with RES care

Hi! I am new to turtle ownership and could really use help. I saved a RES from a person who had her in 1/2” of water, in a tiny aquarium, with no filter, no heater, no basking area, etc. I had never owned a turtle or fish before, but was 100% willing to put in the effort and $ to give her what she needed.
I bought her a 55 gallon tank based off her size. It’s filled almost to the top, but has enough room at the top for her basking platform. I tried the over the tank basking area, but the ramp was too steep and she couldn’t get up.
I first bought an internal filter, but realized it wasn’t strong enough and decided to upgrade to a Penn Plax Cascade 1500 canister filter. I assumed this would help a lot since it’s recommended for aquariums up to 200 gallons. That was working great until it was time to clean the filter (about 3 weeks later). That was the first time that there was a strong rotten egg odor. I cleaned the filter with tap water (I realize now I should’ve been using aquarium water) and had no issues.
I continued doing weekly partial water changes. The filter started getting gross again and the rotten egg smell returned. I decided to do a full water change and also cleaned the filter at the same time. I realize now that I shouldn’t have done both at the same time. I also forgot to use water conditioner, which I normally always do when introducing new water.
Within days the rotten egg smell returned. I bought a pH test kit and ammonia test kit. The pH was super alkaline and ammonia was off the charts high. Water was super cloudy as well. I realized I made a huge mistake forgetting the water conditioner. I did about a 70% water change but left the filter alone. This time I made sure to condition the water. pH got closer to 7 but wasn’t perfect and water was still cloudy. Ammonia got lower but was still present.
This Monday I cleaned the filter with aquarium water (no tap water). I replaced the poly-fil as it was super gross. The rest of the media I just rinsed with aquarium water. I also added a couple bags of Fluval ammonia remover and a bag of Fluval activated carbon. Water cleared partially for about a day or 2 and the odor left then instantly returned.
I tried a water clarifier twice and it made no difference (seems to have made it worse?!) I tried API sludge destroyer twice and it did not help, when normally it’s always helped in the past with water clarity. I tried API ammo lock and that did reduce ammonia levels. I used API pH down drops and was able to get the pH to 7. Thursday pH and ammonia were looking pretty good, but water was still super cloudy. Then Friday the water reeked like rotten eggs and was even cloudier. I did another big water change (about 80%). Left the filter alone. Today the water still smells terrible and has not cleared at all.
The only thing that’s ever helped with the odor is Aqueon live beneficial bacteria balls, but they’re expensive and typically the odor only goes away for about 1 day.
I am at a loss of what to do. This turtle has been a lot more work than I was anticipating. I have watched countless videos and read countless articles. I don’t mind putting in the work and $ but idk what do to at this point. The only other thing I could think of is maybe removing the sand and having the tank bare on the bottom? Maybe that would help with water clarity and would make it easier for me to suction food particles and poop?
I’m a teacher and this tank is in my classroom. The kids have been very angry at the regular rotten egg odor. I’m afraid I’m going to be told I have to get rid of her if I don’t figure this out ASAP.
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2023.04.02 01:20 Upset_Inspector9188 Bataleon push up sizing recs

Hey guys looking to buy my first board and narrowed it to the Bataleon push up. But would love sizing recs
I’m 5’5 7.5 boots and 145lbs not sure if I should go with 149 or 152.
The size charts puts me at 149 ( the highest weight is 150) and I’m about that weight with all my gear one. Is it too close to the end range to stay on a 149?
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2023.04.02 00:52 bluepond20 (The Most Accurate) Stargate Ships Size Chart

(The Most Accurate) Stargate Ships Size Chart
Taken from here:
The author is the user "Battera", so all credit goes to him/her. I basically just edited the images in Windows Paint and put all the ships on one single page. Its missing the Travelers Ship and the Ancient/Asuran Cruiser. If anyone can point me to some reliable sources for their sizes, I can edit them into the chart as well.
I know many others have made (or tried to make) ship scaling charts but I found them to have errors.
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2023.04.01 23:26 plumcock Are Comexim Padded Plunges known for a more bullet/pointy shape, or is it just the specific model I got?

ABTF size 30G, sister sized to 32FF for comfort, short narrow-ish roots and firm, immediately projected tissue.
I recently got my first Comexim bras from Breakout Bras, and am absolutely in love with the Nina 3HC Padded Half cup. I followed the suggestion on the page to order 1 cup size up on their chart for a slight cleavage boost. I can tell it’s a bit too small and have ordered more of this style in my technically correct size for a better every day fit, but I love the round shape it gives and it will be a great summer bra.
However, this post is about the other bra I received in the same order, the Gloria Padded Plunge, also in 32G. As seen in the pictures, it gave a slightly more pointy shape than I was expecting, and unfortunately the seam junction (circled red) gave me pseudo-nipples under a shirt. I realize it’s a cup size too small, but I’m not overflowing or experiencing major quadding even when I press the down on the gore, which didn’t quite tack (also shown). So now my questions are:
•is the shape I experienced typical for this style (padded plunge).
•If no, does anyone have recs for other models in this style that provide a more rounded shape under shirts, and the seams don’t make fake nipples? Perhaps one with the smooth satin fabric?
•Is this just a shape mismatch for my even breasts? My tissue is firm but maybe this style just needs a very FOT shape to provide the rounded look, or maybe it’s even more projected than I need.
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2023.04.01 22:16 Reasonable-Silver284 Help with making Sicario ORBAT

For fun, I was planning on making an order of battle chart for Sicario, but I’m not totally familiar with them. If anyone has information regarding the size of troop elements (specifically the Circus) and other things like that, it would be much appreciated if you can share it. Thanks!
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2023.04.01 22:15 Early_Mouse3222 Yarn amount chart or calculator?

Does anyone know of a good yarn amount chart or calculator out there. When I see yarn that I like or is on sale or whatever, I'd like to be able to look at a chart and know how much I would need to buy for any particular project.
Say I see some #2 weight yarn that I just love but don't have a pattern picked out, on average, how much should I purchase if I want to make an XL sweater? Or a size 2 toddler sweater? etc.
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2023.04.01 21:47 Rustic313 Fischer 90 Ski Length: 170 or 177

It is time for some new all mountain skis. I'm looking at the Fischer 90 but am debating between the 170 and 177 length. I'm not in a position to demo this season unfortuanetly.
I am 5'9", 190 lbs. I am an advanced skier and normally aim for in-bounds single blacks and the occasional double black. These days most of my skiing is out east but occasionally go out west (which is why I'm looking at Ranger 90s and not the 96 for daily drivers).
Current Quiver:
The review on SkiTalk (https://www.skitalk.com/threads/2023-fischer-ranger-90.27916/) suggests going a size longer due to the tip and tail rise, the Evo chart suggests that I should be in a 178-183 cm length ski, and I'm comfortable on my origins so I'm leaning 177... But I was also pretty comfortable on my Evolv 90s in 172.
Thoughts on this ski and length I should aim for? Thanks!
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2023.04.01 21:04 Baobaojelly Toddler PJs that aren’t sausage casings???

We have an almost 15 months old. I actually don’t know her exact current weight and height but she’s always been near the top of charts, but proportional. She’s current in a mix is 12M to 2T size clothes. My issue is with the toddler pajamas. Why are they all so tight in the limbs??? ( I know legally why, but like WHYYY).
Can anyone recommend PJs that aren’t so tight?
I struggle especially in the arms. As a reference we have the Kyte baby pajamas in 18M and 2T and the tops are way to tight in the arms and really annoying to put on. I’ve tried sizing up in a couple of brands but they just get longer not looser. Her normal day clothes fit fine.
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2023.04.01 20:57 Maxim_Sherstobitov 𝗧𝗲𝘀𝗹𝗮 𝗰𝗮𝗿𝘀 𝗹𝗼𝘀𝗲 𝘃𝗮𝗹𝘂𝗲 𝗳𝗮𝘀𝘁𝗲𝗿 𝘁𝗵𝗮𝗻 𝗿𝗶𝘃𝗮𝗹 𝗺𝗼𝗱𝗲𝗹𝘀 𝗮𝗳𝘁𝗲𝗿 𝗽𝗿𝗶𝗰𝗲 𝗰𝘂𝘁𝘀, 𝗱𝗮𝘁𝗮 𝘀𝗵𝗼𝘄𝘀

𝗧𝗲𝘀𝗹𝗮 𝗰𝗮𝗿𝘀 𝗹𝗼𝘀𝗲 𝘃𝗮𝗹𝘂𝗲 𝗳𝗮𝘀𝘁𝗲𝗿 𝘁𝗵𝗮𝗻 𝗿𝗶𝘃𝗮𝗹 𝗺𝗼𝗱𝗲𝗹𝘀 𝗮𝗳𝘁𝗲𝗿 𝗽𝗿𝗶𝗰𝗲 𝗰𝘂𝘁𝘀, 𝗱𝗮𝘁𝗮 𝘀𝗵𝗼𝘄𝘀
The value of second-hand Tesla cars has collapsed since the electric-vehicle maker embarked on a series of price cuts for new models in the past six months, according to sales data.
The value of a new Model 3 with a long-range battery bought in January this year in the UK for £57,435 (about NZ$113,365) is forecast to fall 46 per cent to £31,300 (NZ$61,778) by January 2024, according to industry pricing agency CAP HPI.
***INFOGRAPHIC: Top trending topics in finance news coverage Jan 1 - March 31***
This compares with only a 4 per cent fall over 12 months for the same model purchased in September 2021, which cost £48,435 new and was worth £46,300 a year later.
The Cap HPI data is for the UK, one of Tesla’s largest markets, but the US group’s cars have also experienced steep depreciation in other countries, according to industry executives.
Although second-hand car values have fallen this year compared with 2022, when old cars were often selling close to or above their new price, the depreciation of Tesla cars has been greater than rival electric brands.
In contrast to a Model 3′s predicted decline in value of 46 per cent, a £50,395 electric Polestar 2 bought in January will be worth about £33,000 at the start of 2024, a loss of £17,395, or 35 per cent, CAP HPI forecasts.
𝗙𝗶𝗻𝗮𝗻𝗰𝗶𝗻𝗴 𝗱𝗲𝗮𝗹𝘀 𝗮𝗳𝗳𝗲𝗰𝘁𝗲𝗱
The steeper depreciation in Tesla models potentially makes its cars more expensive in financing deals than rivals.
This is because, under lease or personal purchase agreements, motorists have to finance the value a car loses over a leasing period.
This arrangement, which accounts for almost all new cars sold in the UK and is increasingly popular across Europe and the US, results in higher prices for vehicles that suffer steeper depreciation.
Tesla lowered prices for new cars in China in October, and then in the US, Europe and the UK in January, and again on some models in March in order to generate demand.
Chief executive Elon Musk defended the cuts earlier this year, saying: “The desire for people to own a Tesla is extremely high. The limiting factor is their ability to pay for a Tesla.”
***CHART-1: Electricity generated from wind turbines is becoming more prevalent in the U.S., having surpassed electricity generated from hydropower in 2019. This makes wind power the largest single source of renewable energy in the country, followed by hydro electricity and solar power, according to numbers from the U.S. Energy Information Administration.***
Tesla has also struggled to increase its second-hand sales operation, meaning cars are often sold too cheaply, said Dylan Setterfield, head of forecasting at CAP HPI, and corroborated by other people in the industry.
This has also played a significant factor in the fall of Tesla’s second-hand values since last year, he added.
Tesla sets prices globally, unlike other manufacturers that use local branches or dealers, which offer discounts and incentives to help drive sales.
The brand also lacks a long waiting list for its cars, unlike rivals such as BMW, which means it is less cushioned against a widespread fall in demand as economic conditions worsen.
Tesla’s cuts sparked warnings of a price war among electric models, but so far executives from rival carmakers have said they will not lower retail prices for new models, for fear it will cause greater depreciation in the second-hand market.
“I hope that they [Tesla] continue to reduce to zero, but we will continue to protect the value of our electric vehicles,” said Renault’s chief executive Luca de Meo earlier this year. “This is destroying value for the customer, for sure, when you do this.”
Only Ford has cut the price of its electric Mustang in Europe, while Mercedes has cut the price of its electric E class in China, which it originally priced too steeply.
Tesla declined to comment on the resale data.
Source: NZ Herald / Peter Campbell

***CHART-2: Where TikTok Is the Most Popular With Adults?***
***CHART-3: As the following chart, based on data from Statista Consumer Market Insights, shows, China is not only the largest exporter, but also by far the largest market for tea in the world. Including sales for in-home and out-of-home consumption valued at retail prices, the Chinese tea market is estimated at almost $100 billion, more than six times the size of second-ranked India with total sales of $15.7 billion.***
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2023.04.01 19:54 peachy_keen_33 New crocs for Wubby

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2023.04.01 19:04 Aeviternus Jersey purchasing questions/advice

I’m finally ready to purchase my first CITY jersey, but I have a few questions that I’m hoping to solicit advice on:
  1. The price for the authentic jersey seems different depending on where you buy it. The team store is $5 more than the fanatics MLS store which is $10 more than buying from the adidas website. Is there any reason why I should want to buy it from MLS or the team store rather than the adidas store (where it’s $150)?
  2. I usually wear a L or XL with normal clothes depending on fit, and was prepared to go with XL to play it safe. But now looking at the adidas sizing chart I’m on the line where XL could be on the tight side and 2XL would be more roomy and perhaps more comfortable. Does it sound reasonable to assume going up that size would maybe fit better?
Thanks! And go CITY!
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2023.04.01 19:01 Eletees12 Get Your Trending T-Shirt - Luke Grimes Oh Ohio T-Shirt NOW

Get Your Trending T-Shirt - Luke Grimes Oh Ohio T-Shirt NOW
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2023.04.01 18:52 Indiangernalist Real-time project management dashboard

Real-time project management dashboard
Introduction: Effective project management is crucial to the success of any project, regardless of its size and scope. In today's fast-paced business environment, project managers need to have real-time access to project data to make informed decisions quickly. A real-time project management dashboard provides project managers with a centralized location to track project progress and make informed decisions.
What is a real-time project management dashboard? A real time data visualization dashboard is an interactive tool that displays real-time project data on a single screen. The dashboard provides project managers with up-to-date information on project status, team performance, timelines, and milestones. The dashboard also enables project managers to drill down into the details to identify issues and risks, assign tasks, and communicate with team members.
Key features of a real-time project management dashboard:
  1. Real-time data: A real time data visualization dashboard displays data as it is generated, enabling project managers to make timely decisions based on the latest information.
  2. Customizable views: A real-time project management dashboard should be customizable to allow project managers to view the information they need in a way that makes sense to them.
  3. Interactive charts and graphs: Interactive charts and graphs enable project managers to quickly identify trends and potential issues.
  4. Task management: A real-time project management dashboard should allow project managers to assign tasks to team members, set deadlines, and track progress.
  5. Collaboration tools: Collaboration tools such as chat, video conferencing, and document sharing should be integrated into the dashboard to facilitate communication among team members.
Benefits of a real-time project management dashboard:
  1. Improved decision-making: A real-time project management dashboard provides project managers with up-to-date information to make informed decisions quickly.
  2. Increased transparency: A real-time project management dashboard provides transparency into project progress and enables team members to see how their work contributes to the overall project.
  3. Enhanced collaboration: A real-time project management dashboard enables team members to collaborate in real-time, improving communication and reducing delays.
  4. Greater efficiency: A real-time project management dashboard helps project managers identify bottlenecks and allocate resources more efficiently.
Conclusion: A real time data visualization dashboard is an essential tool for project managers in today's fast-paced business environment. It provides project managers with up-to-date information on project progress, enables team members to collaborate in real-time, and improves decision-making. Investing in a real-time project management dashboard can help organizations achieve greater efficiency and success in their projects.
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2023.04.01 18:01 86karlos Updateand rework Maps size chart

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2023.04.01 17:22 schrodingers_cat314 Traefik on Rancher, Dashboard goes 404 even with kubectl port-forward

I set up traefik on my local Rancher cluster. I'm using metallb and a HAProxy routing with SNI.
My issue is rather simple, I cannot seem to reach the dashbord either via https://traefik.home/dashboard/ or by using a kubectl port-forward to port 9000 on the pod itself. For some reason I always get 404.
I also constantly get TLS handshake errors in the logs:
time="2023-04-01T15:20:23Z" level=debug msg="http: TLS handshake error from tls: client offered only unsupported versions: []" time="2023-04-01T15:20:25Z" level=debug msg="http: TLS handshake error from tls: client offered only unsupported versions: [] 
HAProxy shouldn't mess with TLS, since it a TCP tunnel.
I also installed Traefik with the following IngressRoute and values.yaml config:
apiVersion: traefik.containo.us/v1alpha1 kind: IngressRoute metadata: annotations: meta.helm.sh/release-name: traefik meta.helm.sh/release-namespace: traefik-system creationTimestamp: "2023-04-01T13:39:21Z" generation: 7 labels: app.kubernetes.io/instance: traefik-traefik-system app.kubernetes.io/managed-by: Helm app.kubernetes.io/name: traefik helm.sh/chart: traefik-22.0.0 name: traefik-dashboard namespace: traefik-system resourceVersion: "304609" uid: 78aa2208-b8a4-4eb2-878b-a796caaaed89 spec: entryPoints: - traefik routes: - kind: Rule match: Host(`traefik.home`) && (PathPrefix(`/dashboard`) PathPrefix(`/api`)) middlewares: - name: traefik-dashboard-auth services: - kind: TraefikService name: [email protected] tls: domains: - main: rancher.home 

additionalArguments: [] additionalVolumeMounts: [] affinity: {} autoscaling: enabled: false certResolvers: {} deployment: additionalContainers: [] additionalVolumes: [] annotations: {} enabled: true imagePullSecrets: [] initContainers: [] kind: Deployment labels: {} lifecycle: {} minReadySeconds: 0 podAnnotations: {} podLabels: {} replicas: 1 shareProcessNamespace: false terminationGracePeriodSeconds: 60 env: [] envFrom: [] experimental: kubernetesGateway: enabled: false gateway: enabled: true plugins: enabled: false v3: enabled: false extraObjects: - apiVersion: v1 kind: Secret metadata: name: traefik-dashboard-auth-secret stringData: password: admin username: password type: kubernetes.io/basic-auth - apiVersion: traefik.containo.us/v1alpha1 kind: Middleware metadata: name: traefik-dashboard-auth spec: basicAuth: secret: traefik-dashboard-auth-secret globalArguments: - '--global.checknewversion' - '--global.sendanonymoususage' hostNetwork: false hub: enabled: false image: pullPolicy: IfNotPresent registry: docker.io repository: traefik tag: '' ingressClass: enabled: true isDefaultClass: true ingressRoute: dashboard: annotations: {} enabled: true entryPoints: - traefik labels: {} matchRule: Host(`traefik.home`) && (PathPrefix(`/dashboard`) PathPrefix(`/api`)) middlewares: - name: traefik-dashboard-auth tls: domains: - main: rancher.home livenessProbe: failureThreshold: 3 initialDelaySeconds: 2 periodSeconds: 10 successThreshold: 1 timeoutSeconds: 2 logs: access: enabled: false fields: general: defaultmode: keep names: {} headers: defaultmode: drop names: {} filters: {} general: level: DEBUG metrics: prometheus: entryPoint: metrics nodeSelector: {} persistence: accessMode: ReadWriteOnce annotations: {} enabled: false name: data path: /data size: 128Mi podDisruptionBudget: enabled: false podSecurityContext: fsGroupChangePolicy: OnRootMismatch runAsGroup: 65532 runAsNonRoot: true runAsUser: 65532 podSecurityPolicy: enabled: false ports: metrics: expose: true exposedPort: 9100 port: 9100 protocol: TCP traefik: expose: true exposedPort: 9000 port: 9000 protocol: TCP web: expose: true exposedPort: 80 port: 8000 protocol: TCP websecure: expose: true exposedPort: 443 http3: enabled: false middlewares: [] port: 8443 protocol: TCP tls: certResolver: '' domains: [] enabled: true options: '' priorityClassName: '' providers: kubernetesCRD: allowCrossNamespace: false allowEmptyServices: false allowExternalNameServices: false enabled: true namespaces: [] kubernetesIngress: allowEmptyServices: false allowExternalNameServices: false enabled: true namespaces: [] publishedService: enabled: false rbac: enabled: true namespaced: false readinessProbe: failureThreshold: 1 initialDelaySeconds: 2 periodSeconds: 10 successThreshold: 1 timeoutSeconds: 2 resources: {} securityContext: capabilities: drop: - ALL readOnlyRootFilesystem: true service: annotations: metallb.universe.tf/address-pool: ingress-pool annotationsTCP: {} annotationsUDP: {} enabled: true externalIPs: [] labels: {} loadBalancerSourceRanges: [] single: true spec: {} type: LoadBalancer serviceAccount: name: '' serviceAccountAnnotations: {} tlsOptions: {} tlsStore: {} tolerations: [] topologySpreadConstraints: [] tracing: {} updateStrategy: rollingUpdate: maxSurge: 1 maxUnavailable: 0 type: RollingUpdate volumes: [] global: cattle: systemProjectId: p-wvsqn 
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2023.04.01 17:14 hallach_halil Halil's top 10 edge defenders of the 2023 NFL Draft:

Halil's top 10 edge defenders of the 2023 NFL Draft:


This officially marks the halfway point of our positional draft rankings. We’ve already broken down the top running backs, linebackers, wide receivers, cornerbacks and most recently offensive tackles. So now it’s time to look at this massive group of edge defenders, which is a much better way to classify these prospects, rather than calling them 4-3 defensive ends or 3-4 outside linebackers. Due to how hybrid NFL fronts are these days anyway, I like to lump those together, although I will mention their best schematic fit a few times and talk about how versatile coaches can be in how they deploy these guys.
We have a consensus top-three overall prospect headlining this group, but I don’t believe EDGE2 is too far behind him, especially when you look at what the NFL typically values. After that, I kind of look at the class having three tiers, where the first one consists of four names, who I all have first-round grades on, then the three guys in the next group I think deserve top-50 consideration and after that, there’s at least another four I consider day-two prospect. However, even beyond that point, there are several intriguing players, who I think can have legitimate roles at the next level, with varying degrees of physical upside compared to pro-readiness.
Just to clarify – Northwestern’s Adetomiwa Adebawore, Auburn’s Colby Wooden and Michigan’s Mike Morris I have all labelled as “IDL”. That list will come out next week.
For now, let’s get into this edge class:


1. Will Anderson Jr., Alabama

6’4”, 245 pounds; JR

The number two defensive end recruit in 2020, Anderson had a phenomenal debut season with the Crimson Tide, racking up 52 total tackles, 10.5 of those for loss, seven sacks and a forced fumble, but he completely blew it out of the water as a sophomore, with 31(!) TFLs and 17.5 sacks, along with three passes batted down. He couldn’t quite live up to those insane numbers last year (17 TFLs and ten sacks), but did have a pick-six and made his presence felt, making him a first-team All-American and the SEC’s Defensive Player of the Year for back-to-back seasons.

+ Flashed to me more and more, as I was watching offensive prospects against Alabama for the 2021 draft already, when he was just a true freshman
+ Plays with a ton of energy and urgency
+ Has a lot of power in his lower body and consistently plays with great leverage
+ If you leave tight-ends trying to seal him on the backside, Anderson will routinely ride that guy into the scrum and negate cutback lanes, if not tackle him and the ball-carrier together
+ Will gladly accelerate into pulling guards and build up the force to create knock-back at contact
+ Displays the short-area twitch and range as a tackler to take care of both options on zone-read plays
+ Wasn’t asked to do drop into coverage a whole lot, but looks comfortable peeling off and take away throws to the flats, plus he had a very impressive on-field workout at the combine, where his change-of-direction and ability to flip his hips looked better than a bunch of the legit off-ball LBs
+ Not at all somebody who’ll take plays off or take a break on the sideline to stay fresh, as he averaged 55.6 snaps per game over these last two years

+ Has that cat-like quickness off the snap and immediately stresses the foot speed of offensive tackles in their pass sets
+ Off that, he has the flexibility to dip underneath the blocker’s reach or go through that guy if he sells out for speed and gets too tall
+ Highly advanced with his hand-usage for such a young player, creating leverage by riding them upwards or opening up the edges of the blockers’ frame by swatting them away
+ Excels at converting speed to power, while regularly lifting up the outside arms of tackles and ripping underneath it, to create a mor direct angle for himself
+ Alabama had him in some tighter alignments and even some 4i/5-techniques, where he realized when tackles slid too far outside as he widened his angle, that he could attack the wrist of their inside hand and take the direct angle towards the quarterback
+ Really understands how to finish his rushes and not just force quarterbacks to move off the spot
+ Relentless in his effort to continue to free himself from blocks and chase around quarterbacks deep into plays
+ Gladly crashes into the shoulder of a guard and opens up a lane for one of the D-tackles or linebackers to loop around
+ Had a historically great sophomore season statistically, when he led college football with 81 pressures and had four sacks in the Mississippi State game alone, when he just went bonkers – Last season the production was down a little bit, but you routinely saw offenses roll away from Anderson and try to find ways to mostly negate his impact by play-design

– Still has some room to fill out his frame and become a more physically overwhelming player
– As good as he is at defeating the hands of blockers, he would benefit from not even letting them get on him or just dictating reps by being the one to establish first meaningful contact
– There’s definitely to diversify this pass-rush arsenal, largely relying on the burst off the ball and ability to transfer that momentum into power, along with pushing arms off himself, rather than actually setting up more detailed moves
– As great as Anderson has been for the Crimson Tide, the one skill he still needs to add is that knack for knocking the ball out of the hands of the quarterback, as he has totaled just one forced fumble through his first two seasons

First and foremost, I don’t look at Anderson as a generational type of prospect, since that’s a term that gets overused anyway. That doesn’t mean he’s not great. He’s still top-three on the my board and should in no way make it out of the first five packs. I just don’t look at his as this crazy freak athlete. Still, the burst and quicks off the ball, the leverage he plays in the run game, how good he already is with his hands and his effort are all top-tier. To me he’s a true 3-4 outside linebacker with room to take on more duties in zone coverage and has room to become a more diverse pass-rusher. He may not become a perennial All-Pro, but he will be a strong run defender day one and should deliver double-digit sacks in more years five of his rookie contract than not. Unless you’re desperate for a quarterback, I just don’t believe there’s a way you’ll regret picking him anywhere. He can be the face and leader of your defense for the next decade.


2. Tyree Wilson, Texas Tech

6’6”, 275 pounds; RS SR

A top-500 overall recruit in 2018 for Texas A&M, Wilson was a small part of the rotation with the Aggies for two years (22 tackles, 4.5 for loss, three sacks), before transferring in-state to the Big 12. In his first season as a full-time starter with the Red Raiders, he recorded seven sacks and 13.5 tackles for loss (2021). This past season he was a second-team All-American, thanks to 61(!) tackles, 14 for loss, seven sacks, a fumble forced and recovered each.

+ This guy has an insane combination of length (35 and 5/8-inch arms) and power, with the want to just blow into people in front of him
+ Largely played the 5-technique in three-man fronts for TTU, along with moving out over the tight-end or sliding inside depending on the side, which didn’t necessarily lend itself to major production
+ You routinely see him drive offensive linemen backwards near the point of attack or squeeze them into the action from the backside
+ When he’s actually lined up on the outside-shoulder of tackles and presses off with that inside arm to set the edge, it’s beautiful
+ Takes tight-end assigned with blocking him as a personal vendetta, literally pan-caking some guys who try to seal him away from the action
+ Even on combo-blocks, if he attacks the chest of the guy across from him, he manages to not open up legit lanes inside of him
+ You combine that with his explosiveness in short areas and he can crash through the reach of blockers on slants, to be disruptive and get initial contact on the back
+ The fact he only registered 38 total tackles in ’21 is laughable, considering how many stops he forced, by just riding somebody into the ball-carrier and made that guy stop his feet behind the line of scrimmage – Last year that number expectedly jumped up to 61, despite only playing ten games
+ Watching last year’s game against TCU, he was single-handedly destroying run schemes and actually knock a likely top-50 pick at guard in Steve Avila back at contact on a kick-out block, in order to get the TFL

+ When Wilson sells out for the bull-rush, he can ride tackles or guards back into the quarterback’s lap in devastating fashion, especially from tilted alignments
+ You see him lift up large men and then show the quick burst to get around those guys before they can get those foot back on the ground – He straight-up trucked the Houston left tackle in 2021
+ However, what’s most impressive about him rushing the passer is his uncanny ability to re-gain his balance, even when caught in odd positions and seemingly about to fall to the turf
+ He can win around the corner with a downward chop and flatten better than many speed-based outside rushers
+ Plus, he’s so damn long that you constantly see him be able to swipe away the reach of blockers
+ For a 275-pound man, his ability to add a little shake and jump inside of tackles when rushing from wider alignments is pretty freaky
+ Truly has the versatility to rush basically anywhere from a zero- to a wide-nine technique – Frequently was reduced inside over guards on passing downs, where he displayed his incredible balance to somehow stay on his feet as he’s getting banged around
+ The Red Raiders also used him on some delayed stunts up the A-gap, where his closing burst to the QB really popped, Yet he will also gladly do the dirty work and launch himself into interior guys and enable somebody else to come free
+ Recorded a career-best 50 pressures on just 261 pass-rushing snaps, with a 22.3% pass-rush win rate

– His block-recognition is very basic and you regularly see him just bang into bodies (Once I even saw him almost follow a tight-end on a drag route, since that’s who he initially put his hands on, even though that clearly wasn’t his responsibility)
– In particular, recognizing angular blocks and anchoring against them is something he needs to learn, in order to not make the job on the second level harder
– Other than slicing through one shoulder of his man or going for the straight-up bull-rush, there’s not much of a pass-rush plan to speak of
– Simply has to do a better job of attacking one half of the blocker when he isn’t tasked with some kind of slant/stunt
– And while it helps him fight off blocks, he doesn’t utilize his length pro-actively to avoid having hands land inside his chest

I’m kind of glad that Wilson didn’t participate in the combine events, because I didn’t want to seem like a prisoner of the moment and pump him potentially the first defensive player of the board, in the way it happened with eventual top draft pick Travon Walker going to Jacksonville last year. I was much more in with him coming out of the summer, considering he was in so much more productive and I felt his impact much more regularly, despite playing a similar role as Walker did at Georgia. The violence he plays the game with combined with the alien-like physical skill-set is just crazy to watch. His ability to recognize plays, the hand-placement and how he sets up his rush-moves all need work, but you can’t teach what he brings to the table and I already saw him beat up offensive lineman I know will play for NFL teams, even if you think the Big-12 competition isn’t up-to-par. I’d have no problem with him being drafted from number five onwards. My only question is why it hasn’t totally clicked for him yet as a fifth-year senior.


3. Myles Murphy, Clemson

6’5”, 270 pounds; JR

The number one defensive end and a top-10 overall recruit in 2020, Murphy recorded 12 sacks, 25 tackles for loss and five forced fumbles through his first two years with the Tigers. This past season, he was basically right on par with his sophomore numbers (11 TFLs, 6.5 sacks, two passes batted down and 1 FF), but was recognized as first-team All-ACC for it, after being second-team the year prior.

+ Such a physical, disciplined run defender, who can re-set the line of scrimmage against drive blocks from tackles
+ You see him sort of shock blockers at contact with the force in his hands, especially at the point of attack
+ Attaches to the hip of the tackle blocking away from him on like wide zone runs and flatten once he sees an opportunity to run down the ball-carrier
+ Refuses to be sealed on the backside by tight-ends, crashing hrough that C-gap and chases after the ball, or even if by alignment he can’t quite gain that inside lane, at least rides those guys down the line and at times into the lap of RBs looking to cut back
+ Happily throws his body around and creates traffic, crashing into pulling linemen, slipping blocks and starting piles, to where the ball-carrier has to stop and redirect
+ Can just jolt up tight-ends/H-backs sifting across the formation
+ Realizes when there are opportunities to work across the tackle’s face and create an angle towards the ball
+ When nobody puts a hand on Murphy early on, his short-area explosion to attack down the line and create traffic in the backfield, as offenses try to read out something and/or have a player coming across the formation, pops off the screen
+ Displays great awareness for screen passes and routinely chases down the designated target

+ Heavily asked to read-and-react, rather than being allowed to shoot upfield, Yet even when his approach didn’t lend itself to getting home to the QB, Murphy consistently condensed the pocket off the edge and took away space to move around back there
+ When he was able to just attack from these wider, at times tilted alignments and explode off the snap, his get-off and ability to put tackles on skates when they had to overcommit to his speed was eye-opening
+ Has a nasty long-arm to punish blockers trying to give him ground and sit back on him
+ Plus, once he feels those guys lean into him, he can quickly swat their hands away and corner around, or take the inside path if he initially connects with the inside pec of the tackle
+ Displays a strong push-pull maneuver to open up a path for himself to get to the quarterback, along with the flexibility to come through cleanly – He did so when reduced inside on passing downs as well
+ Quick to crash through the inside shoulder with the rip if tackles overset him or if he feels them lose balance/the inside foot is lifted off the ground
+ Continues to work as a pass-rusher and eventually finds a way to get through – Has an impressive secondary burst when he seems to get into stalemates momentarily and then swats away the hands of the blocker
+ His closing burst when used as a looper across multiple gaps and that ability to curve his path towards the QB are pretty scary
+ On 687 pass-rushing snaps these last two years, along with the 14.5 sacks, Murphy had another 61 other pressures

– Overall I’d like to see Murphy be more pro-active with defeating the hands of blockers initially and taking control of snaps himself, where his freakishly small 8 and ½-inch hands may come into play
– There’s definitely room for improvement in terms of bringing his hips through contact, locking out and keeping his head up, to track the ball-carrier
– Doesn’t quite have the speed to win cleanly around the corner with third and fourth step, or hit ghost moves to great effect
– Allows athletic tackles to land punches inside his chest too regularly and force stymie his rush – Notre Dame sophomore Joe Alt was able to negate him pretty well
– His high-end reps are freaky, but they’re too few and far between

Looking at the Clemson defense as a whole, I feel like everybody’s 2021 tape was significantly better than what they put out there this past season, when they switched away from DC Brent Venables – and that’s especially true for Murphy. You still saw the talent flash and some plays that make you think he can be a top-ten pick, but you’d like to see more consistency from a three-year player. There are definitely some technical things that he needs to really work and he won’t be putting up big sack numbers with clean wins early on. Nevertheless, the explosion off the ball, the force he can unleash on blockers and how he keeps working, there’s a lot of upside. If Murphy learns how to maximize his power and then can work off that, if he takes of reps early on, he can be a problem to deal with off the edge.


4. Lukas Van Ness, Iowa

6’5”, 265 pounds; RS SO

Just outside the top-1000 overall recruits in 2020, Van Ness redshirted his first year at Iowa, before taking over as an instant impact player for the Hawkeyes over the following two seasons, racking up 19 sacks and 15 tackles for loss- Last season he was recognized as second-team All-Big Ten for his efforts and his name has been rising throughout the pre-draft process.

+ Has great length and moves freakishly well for his size, with a six-pack around 275 pounds
+ This kid plays like a bulldog foaming at the move, with that antsy ankle twitch as he’s waiting for the ball to be snapped
+ Regularly lands his hands inside the chest of the tackle on run-downs and locks out, to keep them right there at the spot and not allow movement on drive blocks
+ Whilst tussling with blockers, you see him squeeze down lanes and somehow find his way to the ball
+ Once he’s taken care of his original assignment, he can then rip through or yank them to the side to get in on the action
+ There are snaps on tape, where Van Ness is lined up in the A-gap and holds a combo between the center and the guard coming in on angle right there in place, dropping the backside knee and anchoring like a 300+ pounder
+ You see him slip through when combo-blocked by the tackle and tight-end on multiple occasions
+ Constantly chases after the ball, even when it gets outside the numbers and gets involved on some tackles 10+ yards downfield
+ Was regularly lined up inside on passing downs but also at times in short-yardage, because of his explosiveness off the ball allowing him to challenge guys up the field and then the quick-twitch he has to get around them – Iowa put him in the A-gap late against Michigan whilst being down by two touchdowns for example, because of the havoc he could create penetrating into the backfield

+ Van Ness’ natural power frequently challenges tackles in their pass-sets when he digs into the frame and makes them walk backwards
+ When he comes up out of four-point stances especially, how low he initiates contact and can roll his hips to create that momentum is pretty nuts
+ You see him run the loop at times whilst long-arming the tackle and basically circling around them, without being taken off track at all
+ Has some eye-opening reps, where he converts speed to power and puts tackles on skates if not place them on their butts on his way to the quarterback
+ Off that, by riding guys past the QB, he can open up a direct path for himself, as well as give a little stutter-step and knife inside of blockers to great effect
+ The natural force this guy presents makes him a great asset as a set-up man on different twists and games up front
+ Regularly fights off blocks late and has the secondary burst to run down scrambling quarterbacks
+ His ability to take a couple of steps, plant hard off the outside foot and falling off into the hook zones is pretty darn impressive
+ Recorded 46 total pressures across 271 pass-rush snaps as a second-year player, working against a pretty strong slate of tackles in the Big Ten
+ At the combine, he ran a 4.58 in the 40 at 272 pounds and finished second among edge defenders in the three-cone (7.02) and short-shuttle (4.32)

– Looks like a big kid out there too often, where he ends up on the turf – Needs to play with his eyes more so
– Van Ness is a very good run-defender because of his ability to own his space, but he’s not actively reading and countering the first steps of blockers
– Has to do a better job of rushing half the man and timing up his hand-swipes for some clean wins around the edge
– His pass-rush arsenal is super narrow right now and he starts so many reps by just going all-out for the two-hand bullrush instead of setting up stuff throughout games
– Played 50+ snap in just one career game and we’ll need to see if he can bring it quite the same way with a larger workload

For anybody familiar with how the Iowa program hands out playing time, understanding that seniors are awarded starts, the fact that Van Ness never was part of the eleven out there for the first snap isn’t an issue, since he did play the most altogether and was clearly the “dude” up front. The natural leverage he plays with and the power he can unleash on blockers is rare. Now, he’s far from a finished product, lacking any finesse or planning to his rushes, while having room to improve in terms of pro-actively responding to run concepts. If he learns to attack half the man more regularly, the production will come at the next level. I also believe he has the body to put on 20 pounds or so and become a very effective base D-end in a 3-4 system, with alignment versatility on obvious passing downs.


5. B.J. Ojulari, LSU

6’3”, 245 pounds; JR

A top-100 overall recruit in 2020, the brother of now-Giant outside linebacker Azeez Ojulari flashed as a true freshman, before really jumping onto the scene in year two, recording 54 tackles, 12 for loss and seven sacks. Even though B.J.’s numbers were slightly down last year (8.5 TFLs and 5.5 sacks), the SEC recognized him as first-team all-conference, in part because he also had a fumble forced and recovered each.

+ Saw a similarly diverse usage as another comparable player profile in Jaguars first-round pick K’Lavon Chaisson did at LSU
+ Brings tremendously long arms at 34 and ¼ inches, to keep blockers away from his frame
+ Has clearly worked on his balance/sturdiness to not get blown out of his space against combos with the tight-end and just being caught in traffic
+ I like his leverage coming out of a three-point stance and you rarely see tight-ends create vertical push against him
+ Can take that one step underneath tackles who set too wide on him on outside zone and similar concepts and follow through with those lanky limbs, to flash in the B-gap
+ Tightly attaches to the hip of the tackle zone-blocking away from him whilst keeping his shoulders square to redirect if necessary, as well as potentially slipping the TE sifting across the formation
+ Packs a sudden dip of the outside shoulder to slip pullers who try to kick him out, in order to create traffic in the backfield
+ Displays the agility to shuffle with the mesh point on zone read plays and then quick burst to corral the quarterback pulling the ball
+ Realizes when facing play-action, so he can quickly swat away the hands of the tackle and dip underneath
+ Was frequently dropped out into the flats or hooks, where he displays active eyes and sees crossers coming his way, At times he also matched RBs coming out of the backfield and

+ The most technically advanced pass-rusher in this class, with pretty much all the clubs in his bag and the mindfulness to find what fits and how to stack them moves on top of each other
+ Takes those long strides up the arc and really bend low to the ground, to give a small area to strike at for tackles
+ Packs a wicked ghost move, where he can really drop his shoulders and slip underneath the reach of tackles, at times also as a follow-up move to actually win the corner, as blockers are about to get him past the point he can flatten
+ Yet while he can threaten with his speed, he understands how to pace his rushes accordingly
+ Has some legit wiggle, combined with the length to create issues for tackles by being able to go either way
+ Last season he was able to string together stutters, jab-steps, cross-overs and more together, to keep the guy across from him guessing
+ When he uses the long-arm, barely anybody can beat his reach, plus the he’s so quick to get to his second hand-combat
+ A few times you see him stab at the inside shoulder of tackles and follow through with the outside arm to open up a path for him up the B-gap or win cleanly on up-and-unders
+ Looks more like a wide receiver when he plants off the outside foot on stunts and loops across the formation, where he’ll flash up the QB’s face in a hurry
+ Racked up 103 combined pressures over his past two seasons (701 pass-rushing snaps) with the Tigers, according to PFF

– Lacks the frame to really set the tone and own his space at the point of attack against drive blocks in the run game, too often offering space by going around his man when facing powerful run blockers
– Away from the action, he gets too close to his blocker and loses vision of the backfield at times, allowing runners to cut all the way back and defeat contain that way
– Once blockers are able to get a tight grip on him, Ojulari doesn’t have the violent hands to knock the arms away and disengage
– Does show a promising long-arm, but is still learning how to effectively convert speed to power, lacking that thump at contact to really make an impact
– You see him get guided past the quarterback or his rush stall when he takes a more direct angle, as tackles are able to cut off his path

Ojulari a bendy, undersized pass-rusher in his brother Azeez of, who has that lanky kind of build but has learned to play above his weight-class. The one thing I worry about – he’s a 3-4 outside linebacker only and if you make him this hybrid defender, with no defined role early on – like similar players have been treated in the past – that may hold up his development. Either way, he should be an effective designated pass-rusher right away, because of how far advanced he already is at setting up and executing a variety of moves in effective fashion. He may never be dominant at the point of attack in the run game, but he’s gotten a lot better at defending his space and can create negative plays in that regard. I wouldn’t be surprised at all if Ojulari turned into the second-most productive edge rusher from this draft. And he should absolutely be a first-round pick.


6. Nolan Smith, Georgia

6’3”, 235 pounds; SR

The number one overall recruit in the 2019 class, ahead of even Kayvon Thibodeaux, Smith was a rotational player over his first two seasons with the Bulldogs, recording 39 tackles total and 2.5 sacks in each of them, before taking over a starting spot in ’21 for that dominant Georgia defense. He racked up 53 total tackles, eight of those for loss, 4.5 sacks, three forced fumbles and an interception. A torn pec limited Smith to just eight games this past season, yet he still recorded seven TFLs and three sacks across those, and helped set up his team for winning back-to-back national championships.

+ Plays the game with a team-first mindset, an incredible level of toughness and the admiration of all his teammates
+ Displays great speed out of his stance, to where at times when he’s left unblocked on the backside of RPOs and quarterbacks try to throw the backside bubble alert, he can almost bat down the pass
+ Maximizes his length and transitions his weight into blocks, when trying to set the edge
+ Very good ab grabbing cloth and pulling guys off himself after fitting his hands initially
+ Can toss TEs to the outside and step right into the C-gap to wrap up ball-carriers on off-tackle runs
+ Georgia put an extra defender outside of Smith at times, where he was in like a 7-/8-alignment, yet was able to point the inside foot horizontally and slant across the tackle’s face almost cleanly, to track down the back running the other way, covering an insane amount of grass in a couple of steps
+ Doesn’t shy away from taking the direct angle and crashing into pulling guards, who have nearly 100 pounds of weight on him at times, where it can actually be those guys taking the worse of the collision
+ Such a hyper-active player overall, who tries to find ways to affect plays and being involved on 53 total tackles in 2021 across 499 snaps is indicative of that – His effort and speed in pursuit are excellent

+ Has elite acceleration off the ball with great snap anticipation in designated passing situations
+ Packs a nice two-handed side-swipe, to defeat the hands of tackles and flatten towards the quarterback
+ Has shown he can win inside and out, at times tilting his rush on purpose, to give himself that two-way go, plus then he can hit those sudden shoulder dips to reduce the surface area for blockers
+ The same thing I mentioned with slants towards the B-gap, how much ground he covers laterally with that one step to slice inside on up-and-unders really stands out at times
+ Shows the quick change-of-direction to get back to his contain responsibility, after initially trying to find a path inside as a rusher
+ Displays that reactionary suddenness to take the B-gap when he realizes it’s open, at times when the O-line is busy with selling the run-fake
+ While the sample size was obviously a lot smaller for Smith, his 18.6% pressure-per-rush was actually the best of his career (19 on 102 pass-rush snaps) and PFF awarded him with a pass-rush win rate of 25.5%
+ Shows good patience as a zone-dropper and seems to understand where his eyes should be, and has a couple of snaps where he carries the tight-end towards the safety
+ Put up the second-fastest 40 time among edge defenders in combine history (4.39), with an insane 1.52 ten-yard split

– His size measurables are all in the bottom-17th percentile, playing at a slender 235 pounds (especially at the core and hips), with arms below 33 inches and just nine-inch hands
– Could still do a better job of getting his base pointed towards where the ball is coming from and shifting his weight into the blocker
– Too narrow in his two-point stances and necessitates a slight step backwards when trying to get off the ball
– Lacks a little bit of that power element, to take advantage of tackles getting tall and onto their heels, by converting his speed into force
– Overall his pass-rush toolbox could still expand, heavily relying on his speed to win around the edge and not showing reliable counters off it

This is one of the best pure football players in this entire draft. When you come to Georgia, you’re not going to blow away people with insane sack production, because you rarely are allowed to just line up wide and attack up the field. I don’t believe he’s going to be a legit alpha pass-rusher, but he’ll give you everything he has throwing his body around in traffic, he’ll make some key plays when peeled off in coverage and he’s going to be a leader for your defense vocally as well as by example. I’m interested to see if he can become more impactful when he does transition to power, because going forward and laterally, he can certainly stress tackles, but it’s that threat of being able to go through those guys that he hasn’t really shown yet.


7. Keion White, Georgia Tech

6’4”, 280 pounds; RS SR

Just a two-star recruit at tight-end for Old Dominion back in 2017, White spent year on the offensive side of the ball before converting to the defensive line. In his one season at D-end with the Monarchs, he put up 62 total tackles, 19 of those for loss, 3.5 sacks and ones across the board for INT, fumbles forced and recovered. He nearly lost two full seasons after that, due to COVID cancelling ODU’s year and then after transferring to Georgia Tech, he missed the first eight of 12 games in 2021 with an offseason injury. In ’22 he put up 54 tackles, 14 for loss and a career-best 7.5 sacks.

+ Even without having seen White at full health for two years, Bruce Feldman put White at number 20 of his “Freaks List”, with 21 MPH of GPS-tracked time, along with some other impressive testing numbers
+ Would be a freakish mover for a true edge, but has the natural strength and plenty of experience lining up inside
+ With nearly 34-inch arms, he has the length and power to lock out and keep vision through blockers in the run game, plus then he has the ankle flexibility to circle around the guy in front of him, when he has a chance to get a hand on the ball-carrier
+ You see White get banged from the side by the angular man of combo blocks and somehow maintain his balance, to not get uprooted from his area
+ He has some plays against the run, where he can penetrate and just blown things up blindly, as well as completely cave in the backside when guys just try to seal him off
+ Georgia Tech would slant him across the tackle’s face and he would be able to track down the ball-carrier going away from him on wide zone at times
+ Not somebody you can expect to create movement against on kick-out or sift blocks, at best ending in stalemates and mostly he slips off those
+ You see White pull blockers off himself late and get involved on tackles frequently
+ Features some ridiculous change-of-direction, which shows up against bootlegs, reverses, etc.
+ If you leave him unblocked as the read-man on invert veer for example, with how quickly White can blow up the mesh point, there are times where neither option is able to really accelerate once they commit to having the ball

+ When he can rush from wide alignment and has that runway off the ball, you can see the acceleration he has up the arc
+ Offers impressive flexibility in his lower half, to drop his knees and ankles, in order to corner his rushes, plus even when he starts to stumble at times, he can continue on that arc
+ It’s pretty crazy at times when White is long-arming a tackle and it seems he’s about to go past the QB, but somehow he’s able to circle back around with his feet way outside of his frame and he finds a way to get there
+ Flashes a rapid spin move to free himself off contact late, at times after bouncing around bodies
+ Delivers significant knock-back when banging into linemen who try to give him ground and you see some flashes, when he does convert speed-power-power that really pop off the screen
+ When you cut down the length White has to cover, slanting into the A-gap, he can blow through one shoulder of the guard or center and create pressure right up the QB’s face in a hurry
+ White’s skill-set can be used to set up front game, where he can crash across gaps on stunts, where he pulls bodies with him and frees the lane for a guy from the other side or the second level to loop around
+ Recorded 30 hurries and four more QB hits along with his 7.5 sacks last season across 276 pass-rushing snaps
+ The Yellowjackets peeled him off the edge as a hook or flat dropper every once in a while, even though he doesn’t seem super comfortable with it right now, just because he didn’t really do it at Old Dominion

– At this point certainly lacks an awareness for run schemes and needs to learn countering the first steps of the O-line
– Too often you see blockers be able to get the outside foot around him and seal him on outside zone or reach-block on perimeter-oriented plays, as well as him trying to jump inside and allowing opportunities to get out to the edge
– Has to work on his hand-placement when trying to free himself of the reach of blockers and dictate rushes
– Doesn’t currently rush with a legit plan or sets up his moves accordingly, winning largely based on his natural talent and not threatening blockers laterally
– Will already turn 25 right around the end of the 2023 NFL regular season and it has yet to really click for him

You just don’t see many 280+ pound humans move at the pace White can. The size-speed-power combination is off the charts and some flashes of that natural talent are blinding. Unfortunately, considering he’s currently projected to potentially go late in the first round to a contender, he may end up celebrating his 25th birthday as his team makes the playoffs and he’s still looked at as more of a project, who can’t be a major contributor at that stage. The ability to diagnose plays and pro-actively use his hands to take control display aren’t there yet. That doesn’t mean at all that he won’t get there one day – you just need to know what you’re investing into. The potential is right up there with anybody outside the top-three for me at least and I think he actually be best suited playing head-up or inside the tackle on early downs, where he can doesn’t have to worry about as much going on around him, in favor of just crashing into blockers and create problems.


8. Will McDonald IV, Iowa State

6’4”, 240 pounds; RS SR

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9. Felix Anudike-Uzomah, Kansas State

6’3”, 255 pounds; JR


10. Tuli Tuipulotu, USC

6’4”, 275 pounds; JR

Just missed the cut:


Derick Hall, Auburn

6’3”, 250 pounds; SR

Isaiah Foskey, Notre Dame

6’5”, 265 pounds; SR

Nick Herbig, Wisconsin

6’2”, 235 pounds; JR

The next few names:

K.J. Henry (Clemson), Byron Young (Tennessee), Andre Carter II (Army), Isaiah McGuire (Missouri), Nick Hampton (Appalachian State), Yaya Diaby (Louisville), Zach Harrison (Ohio State), Jose Ramirez (Eastern Michigan) & Dylan Horton (TCU)

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