Nightly Roundup: May 12, 2019

Tag: Rashan Gary


10May 2019
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Nightly Update: May 10, 2019

Rashan Gary (image via Packers)

CBS Sports says Rashan Gary will need a “redshirt year” to get acclimated to the NFL and his new position (LINK).

Michigan made the top five for 2020 Oak Park (MI) Oak Park offensive guard Justin Rogers:

27Apr 2019
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A Few Thoughts on Rounds 1-3

Devin Bush, Jr. (image via Pittsburgh Post-Gazette)

Devin Bush, Jr. – LB – Pittsburgh Steelers (Round 1, #10 overall)
I think Pittsburgh is a great fit for Bush. When Bush was projected to go to the Steelers at #20, I thought it would be a good fit, but I didn’t know if he would last that long. The Steelers traded up to #10, and for good reason, because he would have been gone. I think Bush will become a cornerstone of that franchise.

But his draft night suit was awful:

Kyler Murray compared to Bush (image via MSN)

Hit the jump for thoughts on the other three picks to go off the board so far.

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25Apr 2019
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2019 NFL Draft Preview: Michigan

Devin Bush, Jr. and Devin White are battling to become the first LB off the board (image via Broncos Wire)

This is one of the most exciting NFL Draft seasons for Michigan fans in years, probably even surpassing the 2017 draft when Taco Charlton was taken in the first round, Jourdan Lewis seemed like a borderline first rounder, and several others were drafted. A couple players are expected to go in the first round, and another player is considered to be one of the top few players at his position.

Hit the jump for more.

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19Apr 2019
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Nightly Roundup: April 19, 2019


Mike Renner from Pro Football Focus compares Devin Bush, Jr. to Devin White, head-to-head (LINK).

Matt Miller from Bleach Report discusses some NFL draft rumors (LINK), including some talk about Rashan Gary that has been much discussed on this site: “Teams are afraid of betting on a player with potential who didn’t produce stats. At 6’4″ and 277 pounds, Gary is an elite athlete, but he notched only 3.5 sacks in 2018 and just 9.5 in his three years as a Wolverine.”

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