NFL rookie minicamps are a time for young players to stand out. Even though he’s guaranteed a spot on the Panthers’ practice squad, defensive end Efe Obada did just that over the weekend.
Obada, heading into his second year with the team, had a leg up on Cheap Orioles Jerseys other tryout players. He had the opportunity to show out in front of the coaches with whom he already has spent a year.
“I know the system better than the new guys coming in,” Obada said upon the conclusion of the Panthers’ rookie camp. “I feel like I know the standard and requirements that they want and all I have to do is apply myself.”
It’s a far cry from his NFL experiences prior to landing in Carolina. Being with three teams in the past, never for longer than a few months at a time, Obada was never able to translate his raw talent into real progress.
For now, Maddon remains in Chatwood’s corner as he’ll take his next start in five days.
Man, that’s good stuff, Maddon said of the movement on Chatwood’s pitches. “We just have to get it in the zone … I have a lot of faith. I know we’re going to reap the rewards, the benefits, as he figures this thing out.”
Over the past two years, we’ve seen the model. And it doesn’t appear to be changing any time Cheap Red Sox Jerseys soon. The last two 6-5-plus Hun (Princeton, N.J.) post-graduates to ascend to the school — Ryan Van DeMark and Bobby Haskins (Virginia) — have moved on to the FBS level of play. And now it appears to be Dylan Deveney ‘s turn, as he’s bagged offers from Fordham, Pitt, Maryland and Cincinnati since announcing his intentions to to attend the Princeton-based school in 2018.
Standing 6-6, 240-pounds, Deveny is long and has some great physical tools that translate to the FBS level of play — a level he is likely to get to, as his three of his four early offers come by the way of Power 5 schools.