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EAGAN , Minn. — With another dangerous quarterback opposing the Minnesota Vikings this week, the helmet on cornerback Xavier Rhodes ight.The performance by his replacement in the last game against New Orleans was equally encouraging.More Vikings coveragePhotos of the Week: 7/21/19 – 7/27/19Rookie Bradbury is central figure to Vikings’ overhauled offensive lineVikings depth at cornerback being tested, Hughes still not clearedPlayers to watch at Minnesota Vikings 2019 training campTop Tweets: Vikings WR Diggs makes push for All-NFL Style TeamWhile Rhodes watched the Vikings lose to the Saints in sweats from the sideline with a foot injury, rookie Holton Hill took over at right cornerback and helped hold Drew Brees to 120 passing yards, his lowest total in a full game since arriving in New Orleans in 2006.Granted, Brees completed 18 of 23 attempts. The Saints put up 30 points. Their three-score lead in the fourth quarter dictated a run-heavy strategy down the stretch. Still, had the savvy 39-year-old Brees seen more of a vulnerability in Hill, it’s a given he would have attacked him more than he did.“Holton played great,” Rhodes said.Hill was credited with five solo tackles and one pass breakup.“Things have slowed down like quite a bit,” said Hill, who was undrafted out of Texas due to character concerns following a suspension for violating team rules that cut short his final season with the Longhorns. He later told NFL Network he sought treatment for marijuana use.The Vikings pursued Hill aggressively after the draft despite their then-solid depth at cornerback, giving out one of the biggest signing bonuses in the league to a rookie free agent. That decision has proved prescient following the retirement of Terence Newman and then the recent injury to Rhodes.“I don’t take that for granted. I cherish every rep, every second I’m out there,” Hill said.Hill praised Rhodes for advising him on technique and noting wide receiver splits from the sideline throughout the game against the Saints, but the most important message he received from his mentor was to simply play with confidence.“Once you have that, there’s like no stopping you,” Hill said. “Basically the only person that can stop you is you.”Rhodes, who was listed as a limited participant in practice Wednesday, was bummed about missing a prime-time game against the Saints.“I’m here to play football, and not being out there to play football is pretty frustrating Womens Anthony Barr Jersey ,” Rhodes said.With continued improvement this week, Rhodes ought to be able to return Sunday to face Detroit. Matthew Stafford and the Lions have beaten the Vikings in six of the 10 matchups since Rhodes arrived as a rookie in 2013.“You never can count him out,” Rhodes said. “He’s accurate with his throws. He trusts and believes in his receivers. He throws the ball up and lets them get it. He scrambles. If the receiver’s not open, he finds a way to gain yards instead of lose yards. He’s just a good all-around quarterback.” One of the more intriguing of the Vikings’ Day 3 draft picks is Olisaemeka (Oli) Udoh, a right-tackle out of Elon University. The Vikings drafted him in the sixth round, number 193 overall.Big..."WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections Vikings 2018 SeasonVikings 2019 OffseasonU.S. Bank StadiumMinnesota Vikings PodcastsMinnesota Vikings 2019 NFL DraftBreaking Down Olisaemeka (Oli) Udoh New,35commentsCDTShareTweetShareShareBreaking Down Olisaemeka (Oli) Udoh Tim Cowie/Tim Cowie PhotographyOne of the more intriguing of the Vikings’ Day 3 draft picks is Olisaemeka (Oli) Udoh, a right-tackle out of Elon University. The Vikings drafted him in the sixth round, number 193 overall.Big and Raw Tackle ProspectOli Udoh Measurables Of course the first thing that stands out about Udoh is his size.He’s a mountain of a man at 6’5 1/2” and 323 lbs.He’s got long 35 3/8” arms, and is also very wide, with a broad chest and thick tree-trunks for thighs. He’s also a guy without a lot of bad weight - fairly muscular overall. Comparing his measurables to a top prospect in this year’s draft like Cody Ford, Udoh compares similarly, if not favorably overall.In short, he’s got all the ideal size traits for an NFL right tackle.Athletically, he might be described as athletic for his size.He ran an excellent 40 yard dash, had average ‘burst’ rankings - vertical and broad jump - and fairly poor agility drills - 20 yard shuttle and 3-cone drill.He’s said to have fairly quick feet when it comes to pass protection, but on the other hand may lack the lateral quickness and agility necessary to be a good zone run blocker. Of course he has the size and strength to be an effective drive blocker, but not quick enough to be an effective puller.All these comments may create some confusion in terms of what he may or may not be capable of, but they miss the central point about Udoh as a prospect:his is very raw.Technique and Mean Streak Very UnderdevelopedUdoh played four years at Elon University, the smallest school in the Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) conference of the FCS.Not known for its offensive line coaching and development Eric Kendricks Jersey , among other things, Udoh didn’t develop much.And so, despite his experience, Udoh’s technique is still very raw.The other thing that shows up in his tape is a lack of urgency, playing through the whistle, and that nasty, competitive toughness.When Udoh won his rep, he often just used his mass to neutralize smaller defenders, or simply push them out of the way. What you often see in his tape, and in scouting comments, is that while he is big and strong, he plays somewhat tentatively - perhaps unsure of his assignment or technique, or lacking confidence.Whatever the reason, this seems to negatively effect his competitive toughness.It may also be that he didn’t have to work too hard much of the time against CAA competition to win his rep.In any case, when plays break down, you sometimes see Udoh just kinda chasing guys around or lagging behind the play.A Big Project All of that leaves Vikings offensive line coach Rick Dennison with a big project to develop.He was for taking a chance on Udoh with a mid to late round pick, and unlocking his potential will fall to him and his staff.Dennison may be banking on a couple things in hopes of cashing in on this late round pick.First, an upgrade in coaching may help Udoh to make big strides in improving his technique, and hopefully develop more confidence and competitive toughness along the way.Improving things like better use of his hands/punch, better use of leverage , developing more consistent set-points in pass protection, footwork/body control in run blocking, and zone blocking in particular.What is encouraging about Udoh, coming out of a small school program and facing 3rd rate competition, is that he had a good showing in the EW Shrine game and held his own during the Senior Bowl.That shows he has the ability to step-up his game and compete well against better competition.How far he can take it remains to be seen, but hopefully we’ll get a chance to see how he fares in training camp and pre-season action.Expectations Best case scenario, if Udoh takes to NFL coaching like a duck to water, and he’s able to incorporate technique improvements in stride over the course of the off-season and training camp, earning more reps along the way, and demonstrating good technique and competitive toughness in pre-season action, he could challenge Rashod Hill for the swing tackle job.Perhaps a more likely outcome, however, is that Udoh shows some improvement from OTAs through training camp that is promising enough for a spot on the practice squad.This would set him up, with continued improvement, to compete for the swing tackle position next year, and eventually starting right tackle. But for now Udoh will have to show he’s as fit mentally as he is physically for the job at hand to earn a roster or practice squad spot.Scouting Notes and CommentsBelow are some scouting reports on Oli Udoh, which are very consistent.Scouting FilmBelow is some tape on Udoh, wearing #73.The first couple are highlight reels of sorts.Here is some Senior Bowl tape of Udoh (#73 on the North team):And a game tape :


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