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Hercules sells the couch

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  • RoadDawg55RoadDawg55 Posts: 18,602
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    dnc said:

    doogie said:

    dnc said:

    doogie said:

    2nd rounder. Good move for him. Probably get a $5-6 million contract with half of that guaranteed.

    nega please
    You’re welcome.

    01/01/18 - Washington State redshirt junior Hercules Mata'afa, who wreaked havoc as an undersized defensive tackle this season, declared Sunday night that he will enter the NFL Draft. Mata'afa (6-2, 252) projects more as a defensive end/outside linebacker/edge rusher in the pros after a season in which he posted 22.5 tackles for loss, including 10.5 sacks. NFLDraftScout.com projects Mata'afa as a second-round talent and the second-best junior at outside linebacker. His offseason workouts will help identify where he fits best in the NFL, perhaps as a 4-3 defensive end or a 3-4 outside linebacker. Mata'afa ended his Cougars career with 47 tackles for loss, including 22.5 sacks. - The Sports Xchange
    ill bet sven's $53 that he doesnt get picked in the second round.
    He’s really good. Don’t let the Apple Cup fool you.
    WeakarmCobraGladstoneCougzzNorwegianHuskyTierbsHsotBoobsRhythmicSlappingDawgdncPurpleBaze
  • dnc said:

    doogie said:

    dnc said:

    doogie said:

    2nd rounder. Good move for him. Probably get a $5-6 million contract with half of that guaranteed.

    nega please
    You’re welcome.

    01/01/18 - Washington State redshirt junior Hercules Mata'afa, who wreaked havoc as an undersized defensive tackle this season, declared Sunday night that he will enter the NFL Draft. Mata'afa (6-2, 252) projects more as a defensive end/outside linebacker/edge rusher in the pros after a season in which he posted 22.5 tackles for loss, including 10.5 sacks. NFLDraftScout.com projects Mata'afa as a second-round talent and the second-best junior at outside linebacker. His offseason workouts will help identify where he fits best in the NFL, perhaps as a 4-3 defensive end or a 3-4 outside linebacker. Mata'afa ended his Cougars career with 47 tackles for loss, including 22.5 sacks. - The Sports Xchange
    ill bet sven's $53 that he doesnt get picked in the second round.
    He’s really good. Don’t let the Apple Cup fool you.
    He's a defensive tackle who weighs less than all the bone in BallzDeep's head.
    RhythmicSlappingDawgPurpleBaze
  • RoadDawg55RoadDawg55 Posts: 18,602
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    edited January 8

    dnc said:

    doogie said:

    dnc said:

    doogie said:

    2nd rounder. Good move for him. Probably get a $5-6 million contract with half of that guaranteed.

    nega please
    You’re welcome.

    01/01/18 - Washington State redshirt junior Hercules Mata'afa, who wreaked havoc as an undersized defensive tackle this season, declared Sunday night that he will enter the NFL Draft. Mata'afa (6-2, 252) projects more as a defensive end/outside linebacker/edge rusher in the pros after a season in which he posted 22.5 tackles for loss, including 10.5 sacks. NFLDraftScout.com projects Mata'afa as a second-round talent and the second-best junior at outside linebacker. His offseason workouts will help identify where he fits best in the NFL, perhaps as a 4-3 defensive end or a 3-4 outside linebacker. Mata'afa ended his Cougars career with 47 tackles for loss, including 22.5 sacks. - The Sports Xchange
    ill bet sven's $53 that he doesnt get picked in the second round.
    He’s really good. Don’t let the Apple Cup fool you.
    He's a defensive tackle who weighs less than all the bone in BallzDeep's head.
    He’s not a DT. Before Kikaha played Buck he played DE in the 3-4. That’s basically what Hercules played. They are similar players.
  • dncdnc Posts: 30,612
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    dnc said:

    doogie said:

    dnc said:

    doogie said:

    2nd rounder. Good move for him. Probably get a $5-6 million contract with half of that guaranteed.

    nega please
    You’re welcome.

    01/01/18 - Washington State redshirt junior Hercules Mata'afa, who wreaked havoc as an undersized defensive tackle this season, declared Sunday night that he will enter the NFL Draft. Mata'afa (6-2, 252) projects more as a defensive end/outside linebacker/edge rusher in the pros after a season in which he posted 22.5 tackles for loss, including 10.5 sacks. NFLDraftScout.com projects Mata'afa as a second-round talent and the second-best junior at outside linebacker. His offseason workouts will help identify where he fits best in the NFL, perhaps as a 4-3 defensive end or a 3-4 outside linebacker. Mata'afa ended his Cougars career with 47 tackles for loss, including 22.5 sacks. - The Sports Xchange
    ill bet sven's $53 that he doesnt get picked in the second round.
    He’s really good. Don’t let the Apple Cup fool you.
    He's good. He's not second round good.
    GrundleStiltzkinRhythmicSlappingDawg
  • AlexisAlexis Posts: 1,332
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    dnc said:

    doogie said:

    dnc said:

    doogie said:

    2nd rounder. Good move for him. Probably get a $5-6 million contract with half of that guaranteed.

    nega please
    You’re welcome.

    01/01/18 - Washington State redshirt junior Hercules Mata'afa, who wreaked havoc as an undersized defensive tackle this season, declared Sunday night that he will enter the NFL Draft. Mata'afa (6-2, 252) projects more as a defensive end/outside linebacker/edge rusher in the pros after a season in which he posted 22.5 tackles for loss, including 10.5 sacks. NFLDraftScout.com projects Mata'afa as a second-round talent and the second-best junior at outside linebacker. His offseason workouts will help identify where he fits best in the NFL, perhaps as a 4-3 defensive end or a 3-4 outside linebacker. Mata'afa ended his Cougars career with 47 tackles for loss, including 22.5 sacks. - The Sports Xchange
    ill bet sven's $53 that he doesnt get picked in the second round.
    He’s really good. Don’t let the Apple Cup fool you.
    That was a GOOD Speed D.
    GrundleStiltzkindoogiehaie
  • UW_Doog_BotUW_Doog_Bot Posts: 168
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    It'll be special for cougs to watch him get pushed around at the next level.






  • Later guys



    At least he got to leave on a high note.
    A pose that says, "what more do you want??"
    PurpleBazednc
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