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Gilmore beasting at Shrine Bowl practices



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Keith Niebuhr said... LSU commit Greg Gilmore having a nice practice. Explosive for a 300 pounder


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When I've seen Gilmore in-person at games, the production hasn't necessarily matched what you would hope out of someone who physically looks the prototype for a defensive tackle. He's all of 6-3+, 290 and looks well put together.

So far today, though, he has been outstanding and certainly surpassed my expectations and the expectations of a few other observers who shared my sentiment. Gilmore has the flexibility and agility to move.

But he's shown a component of functional strength in 1v1s and tossed a few leaning OL aside, too. I spoke to two N.C. offensive linemen after the morning workout, and Gilmore is the first one they pointed out as being impressive.



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Cousin
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Glad to hear that and thanks for putting this info up





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Duckie
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Your positivity here shall not be tolerated.









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thanks for posting sunny






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GILMORE

He was one of my must gets all year since he said we were on his radar. I sincerely thought he was more of a take than Tim Williams due at a real position of need.






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smash williams
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I really like his football IQ. Brick Haley is gonna love this guy.





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LSUdm21
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Gilmore has the flexibility and agility to move.


Big linemen that can move has been key to Chavis' scheme. It's the reason why QBs like Thomas in '11 and Manziel this year don't give us the same kind of fits they give other defenses. Chavis will sacrifice size for speed 100% of the time. More hats to the ball quicker. Love this kid.






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Sampson
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Fap





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MemphisBlouinite
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LINK

Interview with both Greg Gilmore and Lewis Neal






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LSUAfro
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Greg Gilmore, DT, Hope Mills (N.C..) South View: Gilmore has really done great in Spartanburg. He came to town focused, and it shows. For the second straight day, he displayed his great quickness, which is all the more impressive when you consider he's pushing 300 pounds. Of all the defensive linemen on hand, few if any have his agility.






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LSUAfro
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Lewis Neal, DE, Wilson (N.C.) Hunt: An LSU commit, Neal is probably the smallest defensive end on hand, and while his frame isn't an eye-catcher his skill-level is. Neal's lightning-quick first step is one of his greatest assets. His ability to play at 100 percent to the whistle is another. Neal was effective Tuesday morning getting skinny in space on the interior to sneak into the backfield.






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L S Usetheforce
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Sounds like a Haley and chavis assessment.





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