A 2020 opt-out, Slater is agile and plays with power, while taking away his opponent’s best weapon at the point of contact.
He’s a manchild who is agile and plays with power while taking away his opponent’s best weapon at the point of contact.
Slater is OT-1 🎤 pic.twitter.com/zMKTW9Dmos
— Duke Manyweather (@BigDuke50) March 9, 2021
Slater made his status legendary during his matchups with former Ohio State star and Washington DROY, Chase Young.
The herd: “Rashawn Slater isn’t long or agile enough to be an NFL tackle. Just move him to guard.”
Me: “That is 100% Grade-A horse hockey.”
Chase Young, probably: “Yeah, that’s a load of garbage.” pic.twitter.com/YhYJ5itNfo
— Doug Farrar (@NFL_DougFarrar) March 4, 2021
Slater dominated Young at times during their Big-10 matchups and would certainly make life easier for Jalen Hurts twice a season in the NFC East.