Please Register or Log in to Remove this Advertisement! C Wash had a good combine and put up numbers similar to Clowney. I realize Clowney was a #1 pick but he only had 2 sacks last year. Some say he protected himself against injury to make the NFL. If thats the case he should have come out last year and not gone back to college. C Wash did not get all the hoopla in college that Clowney got, and I am waiting to see what Clowney does. One or two sacks last year makes me question how he was the #1 pick and all the so called experts calling him a can't miss prospect and the he can be the best ever. I personally believe he will be above average but not live up to his billing. So if C. Wash never did it in College and had the work out warrior numbers then I have to wonder what we have in him as well. He was a 6th round pick as a DE which pretty much says he was drafted on potential, which is mostly related to his combine numbers. I would love to see C. Wash learn some moves from Allan, Young and Houston and succeed but I have my questions. With the similarities between Clowney and C Wash. why is one off the charts and the other a 6th rounder. Obviously the 1 or 2 sacks Clowney had did not justify his status. I tend to believe somewhere in the middle of the road is where they both will end up. More intriguing still is the fact Clowney will be standing up potentially as a LB in a 3-4. If Clowney turns out to do as well as everyone believe hopefully C. Wash can emulate him as he has the same basic skills. Sounds like we have better coaching potentially in Coach P, and we definitely have better Vets to teach the ropes so if C. Wash and Clowney are similar in size and speed, combine drills, etc. then C. Wash was a steal or Clowney is way over-rated. My best guess is somewhere in the middle, only time will tell.