Jermaine Cunningham: A Good Pick for the Patriots?

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Jermaine Cunningham, defensive end/line backer of Florida was picked by New England Patriots in the 2010 NFL draft. He was the 53rd over all pick by the New England Patriots and was drafted in the 2nd round of last days drafting.

Cunningham was a 3 year starter for the Gators. He was the team’s most disruptive defender in 2009. The 21 year old defender stands 6 feet 3 inches. He started his football career during his freshman in 2006 but made most of his records in sophomore. He had most 13 starts in 13 games for the Florida Gators. He had also made 5-5 sacks in 2007 and 6 sacks in 14 games as a junior. He was a member of the 2008 National Championship team. .

Jermaine Cunningham is a good pick for the NEP considering his initial quickness and agility allowing him to change directions easily. Although he doesn’t have outstanding speed he is athletic enough to be a versatile defender. He also might lack the bulk to be an effective take-on defender but is a high motor player. He is also a build of a pro typical pass rusher. NEP is expecting to lead by wide margin with the help of this new pick.

He has records for minor injury trouble and was also arrested for misdemeanor but they were considered minor and will not hurt his career badly.


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