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Kerrigan's cieling is somewhere between where Chris Long is right now and the peak of Aaron Kampan's career. Not because they're all white. Because they're all DE's who use technique and motor more than athleticism.
When it comes to Kerrigan I am afraid that he has already maxed out his abilities. I think because of his attitude, work ethic, and love of football I think he will always be a rotational player (at least), and put up anywhere from 5-8 sacks per year.While Houston and Smith have lower floors (although I don't think they are that much lower), they have higher ceilings. If you believe in your coaching staff, specifically Stretz and Mallard, and you believe your scouts did their homework and that Houston and Smith both love football, then you take one of them over Kerrigan.
Articles like this give me hope .. Well not for posters like Detrimental who call DE a "skill position" . .. You all can take your fast dash players ... i will settle for an all out football player with the Big 10 forced fumble record.
Doesn't every position require skill?
So all lineman play skill positions?Or just DE?What about kicker?
Shocked by Purdue DE Ryan Kerrigan 4.67 time, looked stiff, but good time