2015 NFL Draft

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  1. Extra Point

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    There are three white players I think have a good chance to develop into pro bowl caliber players from the 2015 draft: T Brandon Scherff, T Jake Fisher and TE Maxx Williams.

    I also think RB Zach Zenner has the potential to be a pro bowl caliber player but he may not ever get the chance to play and develop.
     
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    Reese Dismukes of Auburn was the Rimington award winner as the nation's best center and first team All-SEC. Dismukes played very well in college.

    Dismukes went undrafted after being projected as a mid round pick early in the draft process.

    So why did he go undrafted? Part of the reason is that he's "only" 295 pounds. A lot of teams want heavier offensive linemen even if the extra weight is all fat. He also has small hands, at less than 9". Also he's white. Teams definitely factor in race in their evaluations and being white is considered a liability.

    The bottom line, though, is how well you play football and on that basis Dismukes should at least have been drafted in the lower rounds. But that doesn't fit the NFL's all black initiative.

    Dismukes was signed by the Steelers who have the overrated Pouncey as their center. They're looking at him at guard. There were better situations for him to go to but we don't know what choices he had.
     
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    This thread on the 2015 draft now has over 280,000 views.

    I believe that there is a great awakening taking place among whites about racial issues and the number of views on this thread reflect this. This awakening may be slow but it's happening.

    A lot of whites are getting sick of anti-white discrimination and non-white privilege. They're sick of seeing it in sports as well as the rest of society.

    Caste Football is a good place for them to go to to learn the truth about anti-white racism in sports.
     

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