Position Analysis: Pass Rushers

Mack and Clowney are tops (though in what order we’ll have to wait to see), but don’t sleep on Missouri’s Kony Ealy

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SandraWWales
SandraWWales

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JackReacher32
JackReacher32

I do like Ryan Shazier, but I just can't see him being more than a situational pass rusher. I was curious why Peter did not mention Anthony Barr, who is clearly just beginning to reach his potential. Additionally, he is quite right about Kony Ealy; Ealy has plenty of on field production to warrant greater consideration, but he is going to be a day two pick up, which will look genius down the road.

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