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    Justin Pugh- OL- Syracuse

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    Height: 6-5
    Weight: 297
    Class: Senior
    Hometown: Holland, PA
    High School: Council Rock South

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    Pugh does not appear to have the feet for LT. However, he has nimble feet for an interior lineman and could move to LG. Like Levitre, Pugh has experience at LT and could act as a swing tackle in case of injuries. Pugh is not a mauler but more of a finesse blocker who may be better suited to zone blocking or blocking in space. His quicker feet will help him to lay blocks at the second level. Where Justin needs help is to use better leverage and foot placement to wall off the bigger DT's he will face. Due to the Syracuse connection, the Bills may tab Pugh as Levitre's replacement if Andy leaves for greener pastures. Give him a look at the Senior Bowl.
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    Re: Justin Pugh- OL- Syracuse

    He's also got short arms.
    I've made up my mind. Don't confuse me with the facts.

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    Re: Justin Pugh- OL- Syracuse

    I would stay very far away from Pugh...no way he can play either tackle spot at the NFL level, and we already have enough (too many?) 'finesse' guys that struggle with muscle in the middle.
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    Re: Justin Pugh- OL- Syracuse

    Yeah, I kind of agree with YardRat. Seems like his only position is LT, and that he's just not quite good enough. Don't draft him and try to make him a guard, you'll end up with a KC/Jeff Allen situation.

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    Re: Justin Pugh- OL- Syracuse

    Agree with everyone. I'm just plain not interested in the guy.

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    Re: Justin Pugh- OL- Syracuse

    Short arms. If you watched the Senior Bowl, you got to see a lot of this guy.

    If you want a left tackle get Eric Fisher. He's a stud on the rise. Pugh is probably falling a bit.

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    Re: Justin Pugh- OL- Syracuse

    Guys. I'm glad you all agree he's not a LT. I do too. Hence why I said move him to LG.

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