So I guess that's it huh? Ramczyk can't play because a certain scout says so?
Would love to see that same scout's rave reviews on Fisher, Joekel and Johnson in 2013.
In the interest of fair play Rich. How about posting a good scouting review for Ramczyk? There are plenty of those out there too.
Your wish (the first one) is my command
1. LUKE JOECKEL, Texas A&M (6-6, 307, 5.30, 1) - Third-year junior started all 39 games at LT. "Look," one scout said. "There are times he gets rag-dolled. But you also have a pretty sure bet. What you see is what you get. He will start at left tackle and be real good." The son of a trial lawyer in Fort Worth, Texas, he scored 28 on the Wonderlic intelligence test. "Joeckel comes from a well-to-do family so he doesn't have that hunger that a lot of people have," another scout said. "He's not a flat-out, Walter Jones type, but he's every bit as good as Joe Thomas is. He's not a Hall of Famer, but he's really good." Arm length (34 ¼ inches) and hand size (10 1/8 inches) are good, not great. "He's just like Matt Kalil's double," a third scout said. "He's a great athlete with great technique. The only negative I have is he's not a powerful person. He gets pushed at times. I worry about him on the power."
2. ERIC FISHER, Central Michigan (6-7 ½, 304, 5.07, 1) - Only offers out of Stoney Creek (Mich.) High School were Eastern Michigan and CMU. "Just a late bloomer," said Phil Savage, executive director of the Senior Bowl and a former personnel man for the Browns and Ravens. "He wasn't perfect at the Senior Bowl, but he was impressive. He looks like a pro. He's played in a two-point and a three-point (stance); it hasn't been all spread. You see him block down and use his hands. I think he's a little more ready to play today than Joeckel as far as the strength factor." Made 28 of his 34 starts at LT. Put on 60 pounds since arriving in Mount Pleasant, Mich. "First thing that jumped out at me was his ability to bend," Tennessee scout Johnny Meads said. "He's tough and physical enough. He has everything you want." Son of a postal worker in Rochester, Mich. Wonderlic of 23.
and bonus review on Pugh (who was listed as a guard)
3. JUSTIN PUGH, Syracuse (6-4 ½, 304, 5.15, 1-2) - Three-year starter at LT. "He is short-armed (32), and he does play short-armed," one scout said. "Everybody wants to make him a guard because of that. That's fine. Maybe. I like bigger, thicker guys at guard. I'll make him a center. I was thinking about guys like Max Unger or Trey Teague, somebody that made the tackle-to-center switch. You can get away with shorter arms and less mass at center." Graduated with a degree in finance in 3 ½ years. "One of the smartest guys I've (scouted) in 12 years," another scout said. "Like a coach on the field." From Holland, Pa. Played in a pro-style offense. "He came into our room at Indy and told us he was a left tackle, which I'm sure his agent told him to say because they make the most money," a third scout said. "He doesn't have the feet to play out on an island. He is ornery. Good technician. He's high intangibles. He bends well enough. He's a second- or third-round guy that will be a solid player for a long time."
and here is your second wish (well sort of, I am not going to cherry pick data to support a conclusion) from Greg Gabriel who has proven he knows a thing or two about scouting
THE WAY WE SEE IT • When I originally
viewed tape on Ramczyk, I felt he may have
short arms and would have to move inside to
guard. That proved not to be the case as his
arms measured 33 3/4 inches at the Combine.
Ramczyk is very interesting in that he was a
D-3 player who transferred up to D-I and performed
very well. Not many have ever done
that, especially on the O-line. Ramczyk is a
strong and efficient player who doesn’t make
mistakes. I still question if he has the range to
play on the left side in the NFL but he can, at
worst, be a very capable right tackle. Being he
has only played one year at a high level of competition,
he still has a lot of upside. Will be one
of the first tackles drafted.
Nawrocki's scout called him talented but lacking in power and wonders if he might not be better suited to guard