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Brevin

SayWhat

Sophomore
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Brevin was terrific for the Canes. He played hard, was a leader, and was a tremendous asset recruiting other talented players to come to the U. Grateful he was a Cane.

He is a little undersized for the NFL and will have to improve his blocking at the next level. Plus, he did have some durability issues in college. I also think he may have come across as a little "overconfident" in interviews (just a hunch).

He's very capable of putting up solid numbers if he works hard at the next level, becomes stronger, stays healthy and improves his blocking. I expect him to do well and will be rooting for his success. He has "it". Good luck in the NFL, Brevin!

Thanks for saving me a longer reply by saying mostly what I think summarizes him and his time here very well.

Brevin gave it all he had here and was crazy about this school.

I wish we had more like him. The Draft doesn't say how valuable he was here in every facet of the game on and off the field.
 

Dghustla

Junior
Joined
Jan 29, 2012
Messages
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Thanks for saving me a longer reply by saying mostly what I think summarizes him and his time here very well.

Brevin gave it all he had here and was crazy about this school.

I wish we had more like him. The Draft doesn't say how valuable he was here in every facet of the game on and off the field.
“That my TE”
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canes732

Crafty veteran
Joined
Feb 4, 2013
Messages
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Anyone still think he made a good choice? I told people he was yet another one getting bad advice when he declared. Mayne these kids will learn soon smh. Kid could've come back and proved he was capable of being on the field for even 75% of a season and gotten drafted higher than he's gon a get taken
Hard to say if it was correct or not. Being that he has been injured every year. You could say go get that money before u have a worse injury that can ruin his career. Or u can say stay play a whole season and the injury concerns will allow u to be drafted top 2 rounds
 

puertorricane

Redshirt Freshman
Joined
Jan 14, 2012
Messages
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Scouts get it wrong all the time, they got it wrong here and Brevin will show them throughout his career
He was a steal and will be added to the list of great players overlooked by teams. Shannon Sharpe was drafted in the seventh round, was smaller than Brevin and played in a tougher era.
Brevin size is good enough especially for this flag football type of era.
Experts would look back and ask why they got it so wrong.
 

MizCane

Senior
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Dec 6, 2012
Messages
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I’m surprised KC didn’t pick him up for a Hback role to add to their Rolodex of talent on the field. He would be perfect in that role and could spell Kelce at the TE spot here and there.
 

1LuvCane

All American
Joined
Aug 9, 2018
Messages
10,810
I’m surprised KC didn’t pick him up for a Hback role to add to their Rolodex of talent on the field. He would be perfect in that role and could spell Kelce at the TE spot here and there.
His size would've plugged him in nicely to that hybrid role. Good observation.
 

Ethnicsands

All-American
Joined
Nov 2, 2011
Messages
22,150
Brevin is no Njoku at UM. He is above avg at everything but durability
’Above average’ at everything other than ‘durability’ isn’t a lot for the NFL to work with at TE. Especially when he’s actually below average in size, catch radius and contested catch ability.

Fans almost always overrate guys from their team.
 

TemplarCane

Anti-Postmodernist / Critical Theory Denier
Joined
Nov 12, 2015
Messages
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Scouts get it wrong all the time, they got it wrong here and Brevin will show them throughout his career
He was a steal and will be added to the list of great players overlooked by teams. Shannon Sharpe was drafted in the seventh round, was smaller than Brevin and played in a tougher era.
Brevin size is good enough especially for this flag football type of era.
Experts would look back and ask why they got it so wrong.
How often do fans get it wrong?
 

jw410

Senior
Joined
Dec 24, 2011
Messages
8,913
Why are you so concerned with how much money people make?
I'm not concerned with his money. It's lames like you who are homers and want every kid to stay forever. He's drafted in a state with no state income tax, no great TEs ahead of him he will have a great opportunity to be successful. Anything else goofy? Bumping those gums from across the pond🤷🏽‍♂️🤷🏽‍♂️
 
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