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Q&A! Q&A! Q&A! Like we did with Stephon Gilmore, Cordy Glenn and TJ Graham, we got a Q&A fired up about Nigel Bradham and Zebrie Sanders. Dishing out the info are the boys from Unconquered Noles, the FSU blog for Bloguin. Enjoy.
1) What are his pros and weaknesses?
Bradham is a physical specimen with incredible functional strength, good linebacker speed and maximum effort. Bradham has the nasty attitude on the field you look for from a defender and will most definitely look to deliver punishing blows. He will be a contributor on special teams from day one and should standout there until he's acclimated with the base defense. He has had issues with instincts and diagnosing plays early in his career, but as he got more comfortable, that changed rather drastically. His main issue is being stiff, which gives him a little trouble covering on the outside and flipping his hips to cover receivers when necessary.
2) Can you talk about how he plays in pas...
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