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Kamalei Correa as an ILB for IDP?

tags — Kamalei Correa, dynasty rookie draft, Za’Darius Smith, IDP, C.J. Mosley, fantasy football, 

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As a DE/OLB prospect, I was not overwhelmed with what I saw from Kamalei Correa on tape at Boise State. I didn’t feel like I was watching the next great pass rusher. However, profiling him as an ILB…I’m much more intrigued. This report (below) from OTAs is encouraging.

There’s also a Za’Darius Smith note not to miss — he may have the chops as an OLB pass rusher who matters in IDP.

 

Link: BaltimoreBeatdown: Kamalei Correa to ILB?

 

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