Montori Hughes article from FGs

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Montori Hughes article from FGs
Mon Feb 04, 2013 7:43 pm
  • http://www.fieldgulls.com/videos/2013/2/4/3952296/nfl-draft-2013-dt-montori-hughes-a-possible-target-for-the-seahawks

    I especially found the Kirwan interview to be interesting.

    Hughes is a former Tennessee top recruit who was asked to leave due to off field issues...Sounds like a Janoris Jenkins type from last year. Initially he didn't jump off the tape in the first video, but as the game progressed he began to create havoc. In the Senior Bowl he looked very good. Perhaps our DT isn't going to be a top 2 round guy? Just a thought.
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Re: Montori Hughes article from FGs
Tue Feb 05, 2013 7:44 am
  • Kirwan was at the senior bowl, he could have paid close attention to who Pete is eyeballing pretty easily. I could see Hughes being a pick for Seattle for sure.
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Re: Montori Hughes article from FGs
Wed Feb 06, 2013 7:00 pm
  • IMO not worth a draft pick. I'd take him as a FA, but very high risk with low reward potential. The guy was as lazy as could be at UT and never really was a factor when he played. There are some guys out there that are extremely talented head cases...not Montori.
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Re: Montori Hughes article from FGs
Thu Feb 07, 2013 7:01 pm
  • volshawk wrote:IMO not worth a draft pick. I'd take him as a FA, but very high risk with low reward potential. The guy was as lazy as could be at UT and never really was a factor when he played. There are some guys out there that are extremely talented head cases...not Montori.


    Don't know how you could say that. He seems to be getting great interior push despite being double teamed 99% of the time. What I like the most, even though its against Northern Illinois, is he continues to show effort even during the late quarters with the score out of hand. That doesn't read "lazy" to me.
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Re: Montori Hughes article from FGs
Thu Feb 07, 2013 7:25 pm
  • As a UT grad and a diehard Vols fan, I believe I can say that. Maybe getting booted from the team made him mature, but he was a huge disappointment in K'Ville. I will put it this way. UT hasn't had the greatest talent over the past few years, but his departure was actually a benefit to the team (ala addition by subtraction ).
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Re: Montori Hughes article from FGs
Thu Feb 07, 2013 7:58 pm
  • volshawk wrote:As a UT grad and a diehard Vols fan, I believe I can say that. Maybe getting booted from the team made him mature, but he was a huge disappointment in K'Ville. I will put it this way. UT hasn't had the greatest talent over the past few years, but his departure was actually a benefit to the team (ala addition by subtraction ).


    Fair enough. He doesn't seem to be a road scholar by any means, but totaling 31 tackles (8.5 for loss) 4 sacks and 13 QB hurries starting only 7 games I believe is not bad at all. 3rd round if possible, imo.
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Re: Montori Hughes article from FGs
Thu Feb 07, 2013 9:41 pm
  • Mistashoesta wrote:
    volshawk wrote:As a UT grad and a diehard Vols fan, I believe I can say that. Maybe getting booted from the team made him mature, but he was a huge disappointment in K'Ville. I will put it this way. UT hasn't had the greatest talent over the past few years, but his departure was actually a benefit to the team (ala addition by subtraction ).


    Fair enough. He doesn't seem to be a road scholar by any means, but totaling 31 tackles (8.5 for loss) 4 sacks and 13 QB hurries starting only 7 games I believe is not bad at all. 3rd round if possible, imo.



    FYI, I think it's called Rhodes Scholarship.
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Re: Montori Hughes article from FGs
Thu Feb 07, 2013 9:58 pm
  • lukerguy wrote:
    Mistashoesta wrote:
    volshawk wrote:As a UT grad and a diehard Vols fan, I believe I can say that. Maybe getting booted from the team made him mature, but he was a huge disappointment in K'Ville. I will put it this way. UT hasn't had the greatest talent over the past few years, but his departure was actually a benefit to the team (ala addition by subtraction ).


    Fair enough. He doesn't seem to be a road scholar by any means, but totaling 31 tackles (8.5 for loss) 4 sacks and 13 QB hurries starting only 7 games I believe is not bad at all. 3rd round if possible, imo.



    FYI, I think it's called Rhodes Scholarship.


    That's fine. I'd rather have a road grader anyway :mrgreen: .
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