Browns draft | The Columbus Dispatch

Browns draft | The Columbus Dispatch

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Sheard is an energetic pass-rusher who should be an immediate contributor at right end.

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Columbus, OH

#1 Apr 30, 2011
Browns could use Dane Sansenbacher
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Canal Winchester, OH

#2 May 1, 2011
I love the Browns picks this year. Browns, please give Justin Boren a free agent contract as soon as possible. According to scouting reports he may be able to help the Browns and has a mean streak like the Browns like:

Boren has a lot of the qualities that NFL coaches are looking for in an interior lineman. He plays with a decent mean streak and intensity. Boren has a strong first punch that can clear a quick running lane. He plays with such an intensity, coaches will love his attitude. However, he also needs to learn how to play one play at a time and not over-exert himself on a single run block. Highly aggressive, but lacks side-to-side quickness and must learn to play with consistent technique rather than solely relying on his strength and "want-to" every play. Powerful run blocker who will need to learn how to better use his hands in pass blocking.
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Canal Winchester, OH

#3 May 1, 2011
gwinter wrote:
Browns could use Dane Sansenbacher
Ohio State University wide receiver Dane Sanzenbacher is an undersized, but quick slot player who may never be a team's top receiver, but he could be a solid pro further down on the depth chart.
Sanzenbacher has 52 receptions for 889 yards and 10 touchdowns this season. He has a knack for finding the seams in zones and getting separation in man-to-man coverage. Scouts love his work ethic and in the right offense, he could excel.

He has great hands, but is definitely lacking in speed. While he is quick in short areas, he lacks downfield speed; given his height, scouts may be expecting a lot more quickness.

He is willing to work between the hash marks and nobody is going to question his toughness, but his lack of NFL size and speed is a big deterrent which greatly limits any potential upside. Most receivers simply do not have the hands coupled with the toughness necessary to work those inside routes. This adds to his draft value considerably and he could be a sleeper in this draft.

Sanzenbacher projects as a fifth round pick in the 2011 NFL Draft

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