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2010 Draft - Round 5, Pick 38, Overall Pick 169: Marshall Newhouse

Discussion in '2010 Draft Archive' started by robdog, Apr 22, 2010.

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  1. robdog

    robdog Administrator Staff Member Administrator

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    Packers picked Marshall Newhouse for their fifth pick in the draft. DISCUSS!

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    Marshall Newhouse (OT)
    Height: 6'4"
    Weight: 319 lbs.
    Arm Length: 34 in.
    Hand Size: 10 1/4 in.
    College: TCU
    Conference: Mountain West

     
  2. Jess

    Jess Movement!

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    Discussions start..........NOW!
     
  3. Cardsmc25

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    My friend who is a offensive linemen guru says he is a horse. I asked if he has started potential now... he said possibly.
     
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    Ive heard good things about him, about how crazy big he is and he's a mauler. Let's wait and see, but what I do remember is that a lot of people had him going to the raiders, I dont know if thats a good thing or bad thing.
     
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    Love it
     
  6. PackersRS

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    I like it very much.

    But I'm desperatly afraid this is Jamon Meredith #2...

    There're no concerns about his passion for football, but...
     
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    Yeah I thought this was an awesome pick. He's a very underrated guy and if Bulaga doesn't pan out then Newhouse could definitely take over. I just hope that TT doesn't pull a Jamon Meredith on him by cutting him after the preseason. Newhouse is very similar to Meredith in that both lack a mean streak.
     
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    Hey if we can oust the fool that is Daryn Colledge I wouldn't mind it at all.
     
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    its very much a TT pick since he is versatile at the line. So we are all in agreement that Lee and Giacomini are headed out right? So do you guys think anyone else on the line might be gone as well?
     
  10. Pat4DaPack

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    love this pick! he was a big part of the team's success.
     
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    I see with the media interviews he is very polite. Gotta love the yes sir no sir
     
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    Two Tackles in the draft, I love it. Don't know that either will pan out but at least we have the possiblity and competition on the O-line. This makes sense with Spitz coming back from a back injury and Colledge having his issues.

    IMO if thes guys have a good camp we have just added depth to the O-line, something we did not have last year.
     
  13. TheGiftedApe

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    I made a post earlier saying we MUST draft marshall newhouse, this guy is gonna be either our next LG or RG, he is a beast.
     
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    I believe we're set at RG with Sitton. Overall opinion is he's a future pro-bowler. If the line plays well, he's undoubtedly voted...
     
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    our line got THIS much better in one draft?!?!?!!? this is great. i love it :happy0005:
     
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    Agreed. Although Barber and Colledge might get kicked to the curb in some peoples minds.........I think both of them might play better if they stay in one spot for awhile.
     
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    Colledge is very inconsistent. Yes he's been moved around a bit but he's strictly a LG. Despite staying at that one spot he's still somewhat struggling. Barbre is just awful, but I'm wondering how he'll fare if he gets moved back to his natural LG position.
     
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    I think he'd make a better LG than LT. As far as the "mean streak," the NFL has a way of bringing that out in rookies/first-year lineman. He's pretty quick, and some good coaching will make him a Pro-Bowler within three years.
     
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    He hasn't even been in an NFL contact drill yet, has not made the team, and we already know his best position and have him making the Pro Bowl? C'mon
     
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    Yep. Watched him play a few games at Amon Carter Stadium this past year. He's a force. Pack used to be famous for developing offensive linemen. If this youngster had played for OU or Nebraska or Auburn, he A) would probably have been drafted a lot higher, and B) there would be little doubt as to his near to immediate future. Those schools are offensive lineman machines.

    He's quick, has the right size, fast feet and the brains to put it all together. All he was missing at TCU was position coaching. He won't be missing that at Green Bay.
     
  21. HyponGrey

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    Wonder if He sent Sherrod a get well soon card... Maybe I'll like him better as a guard; we seem to have a penchant for picking tackles who play guard
     

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