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2014 NFL Draft Player Profiles – Ohio State LB Ryan Shazier


Good friend Dave-Te’ Thomas of Scouting Services has finished his player profiles of several of the top 2014 NFL Draft prospects and over the course of the next few weeks I will be posting the ones that the Pittsburgh Steelers will more than likely have interest in. Being as Ohio State linebacker Ryan Shazier was in for a pre draft visit on Thursday, I thought he would be a great player to start with. Thomas has done these profiles for the NFL for several years and I know that many of you enjoy reading them.

RYAN SHAZIER

Linebacker

The Ohio State University Buckeyes

#2

6:001.1-237

Pompano Beach, Florida

Plantation High School

OVERVIEW

Shazier has heard it all from draft experts to scouts – too “light in the pants,” lacks ideal size, looks like a cornerback and not a linebacker, does not have the strength to take on bigger blockers. Well, the pastor’s son has proven them all wrong, as he is seeing most of those doubters starting to jump on his draft “bandwagon” as decision day for teams is about to commence.

The Florida product takes it all in as constructive criticism. If you ask him, Shazier will tell you that he is his own worst critic, anyway. Still, growing up in the Sunshine State, he patterned his style of play after another linebacker who heard similar critics tout his deficiencies while at Florida State – former Tampa Bay great, Derrick Brooks. In fact, the man who eventually replaced Brooks as the heart and soul of the Bucs’ defense, Lavonte David, is built along the same lines as Shazier and Brooks.

Since becoming a full-time starter for a major powerhouse that regularly faces top-level offenses in the Big Ten Conference, all Shazier has done is record back-to-back 100-plus tackle seasons, averaging 9.92 stops per game. Unlike some linebackers that are regarded as “pile jumpers,” padding their statistics with assisted tackles, his 208 solo stops rank sixth in school history, with all of the five players ahead of him having one additional season as a Buckeye under their belt.

Those that say he might not have the strength to defeat offensive linemen need to only look at the way he wreaks havoc in the backfield. As a junior, he made a total of twenty-five tackles behind the line of scrimmage (twenty solos and five assists), getting to the quarterback seven times and causing four turnovers via fumbles caused. His tackle-for-loss figures in 2013 are the third-best by a Buckeye in school history and led the Big Ten Conference while ranking third nationally.

Among active NCAA major college players, Shazier ranks third with an average of 5.36 solo tackles per game (increases to 6.58 per game during his time as a starter). His 208 solo tackles rank seventh within that group and he is ninth with forty solo tackles behind the line of scrimmage. His nine forced fumbles are eighth nationally, as that figure set the school all-time record and rank tenth in league history.

The Ohio State staff credits Shazier’s performance on the field and leadership in the locker room for the Buckeyes overcome a “dark season” when they went 6-7 during his freshman season playing mostly in reserve, to a 24-2 record the last two seasons with the Florida product starting at weak-side outside linebacker.

Shazier admits that his maturity and workman-like approach to the game of football was something instilled in his as a youth by his father. The two are extremely close and the player acknowledges that, “I call my dad almost every day, because he can help me deal with pretty much anything.”

In addition to being a mentor to his son, Vernon Shazier also is pastor at Mount Bethel Baptist Church in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, a team chaplain for the Miami Dolphins and a motivational speaker. A former football coach, he also has made sure to be there for his sons, including Ryan’s younger brother Vernon. If he can’t be there physically, then the phone will have to do.

“I’m really proud of Ryan, and it makes me feel good as a father for how often he consults with me and borrows wisdom,” Vernon said. “We sometimes talk two, three times a day.”

The “things” Vernon Shazier spoke of fall roughly into three categories: “You’re talking about football,” he said. “You’re talking about academics, and then you’re talking about adulthood and the responsibilities that come with that, and also the temptations that come with that.”

From a football standpoint, “One of the main things I’ve talked with him about is seize the moment. I coached high school for twelve years, I work with the Dolphins, and I’ve seen so many kids who have had Ryan’s type of talent and skills, they go to college and they disqualify themselves because of a multitude of reasons. I see guys on the NFL level do the same.

“So from an athletic standpoint, I told Ryan to seize the moment and take advantage of the opportunities he is going to have, and understand that it’s a journey.” From an academic standpoint, “It’s simply to get what he needs from Ohio State, which is a degree. That’s an awesome piece of paper to hang on your wall, and it’s one of the great institutions in the country when you start talking about the alumni family you’ll be a part of. I travel all around the country, and there are Buckeyes everywhere.”

And from an adulthood standpoint, “We continue to just lean on those three words: faith, integrity and discipline. I tell him ‘I’ve been down every road you want to go down,’ and when we talk he borrows that wisdom.” To that end, Ryan said he tries to maintain regular church attendance in Columbus at New Salem Baptist Church. He is likely to be there on Sunday morning, even if it will be just hours after tonight’s Big Ten opener with Wisconsin in Ohio Stadium.

“I feel like I play better, and that I have a better lifestyle, when I go to church, because it’s part of being close to God,” he said. “When sometimes I’m not going regularly, I sometimes feel like everything is not going as well as I really want it to go.”

There is little doubt that Ryan has been influenced by a father who is a pastor. Not every father has that sort of relationship with his son, and vice versa. One could call them lucky.

“I prefer to use the word blessed,” Vernon said. “I believe God’s hand is in all of this, that His favor is on us.

“What’s exciting to me is Ryan now understands it’s unqiue, and it’s the same with my younger son,” Vernon said. “Me and their mother have told them for years, ‘You guys are a minority, because very few kids have the relationships you have with your parents.’ They have games, and often some of their teammates don’t have parents there, very few have a father there.”

Ryan was an All-State outside linebacker at Plantation High School, where the four-star prospect was regarded as the 14th-best linebacker in the nation, earning the 42nd spot on the Florida Top 100 list compiled by Rivals.com. Scout.com considered him to be the fifth-best outside linebacker in the prep ranks and also took notice of his skills playing defensive end and tight end during his high school days.

As a junior, Shazier recorded 87 tackles that included nineteen sacks and 28.5 stops behind the line of scrimmage. He caused two fumbles, recovered two others, including one that he returned for a touchdown and blocked a kick. That performance earned him second-team Class 6A All-State honors, along with being named All-Broward County first-team by the Miami Herald.

As a senior, the linebacker again delivered 87 tackles, recording 19.5 sacks with four forced fumbles and four blocked kicks. Named Broward County’s Most Outstanding Player that year, he ended his career as the school’s record-holder with 38.5 sacks. The All-State pick ended his prep career by suiting up once more for the Under Armour All-American Game.

Shazier graduated early from high school, enrolling at Ohio State in January, 2011, in time to participate in spring drills. He toiled away on special teams and with the second unit for the Buckeyes’ first ten games, but closed out the year with starting assignments at weak-side linebacker during the last three contests. He would not relinquish that position until announcing for the draft after the 2013 season.

Shazier was named to the Freshman All-American team, as he finished sixth on the squad with 57 tackles in 2011, the most by an OSU first-year player since Andy Katzenmoyer posted 86 stops in 1996. Five of his tackles came behind the line of scrimmage, causing fumbles on two of those plays.

As a sophomore, he garnered All-American and All-Big Ten Conference recognition, as the linebacker paced the team with 115 tackles (70 solos) and 17.0 stops-for-loss, ranking second on the team with five sacks. His average of 9.58 tackles per game ranked second in the Big Ten, as his tackle-for-loss average of 1.42 per game was 17th nationally and led all Big Ten defenders.

In 2013, Shazier was again an All-American and All-Big Ten selection. He led the team with a career-high 143 tackles, as his 103 solo hits rank as the third-most in a season by a Buckeye, and were the third-best total in the nation during the 2013 schedule. His 143 total tackles were also the most by an Ohio State defender since Chris Spielman had 156 in 1987. He also led the league with 22.5 stops-for-loss, third-best in the FBS ranks for the year and also ranking third on the school’s annual record chart.

Two days after the Buckeyes fell to Clemson in the 2014 Orange Bowl, Shazier announced his intention for leaving school and entering the 2014 NFL Draft. “Playing in the NFL is something that I have been dreaming about since my days in pee-wee football,” Shazier said in a statement released by Ohio State. “I just feel that now is the perfect time for me.”

Shazier had indicated during bowl practices that he was leaning toward returning to school for another year. But, there might not be much else for him to prove with the Buck-eyes. “I’m just going to talk it over with my family and the coaches and just try to get the best analysis that I can,” Shazier said before the bowl game. “When I do make a decision, it will be the best decision for me.”

“I have good speed and I can run down a player anywhere on the field. I’m very quick off the ball too. I’m hard-hitting and very dedicated. I’m always making goals…every game I play I have goals I want to meet,” the junior linebacker noted. “I want to get stronger. I’m also working on my footwork and I just want to learn more about being a linebacker.”

CAREER NOTES

Shazier played in thirty-nine games, starting his final twenty-nine contests at weak-side outside linebacker…Recorded 315 tackles (208 solos) with 208 solo hits and 107 assists, as he posted fourteen sacks for minus 107 yards, 44.5 stops for losses totaling 172 yards and nine quarterback pressures…Returned his only interception 17 yards for a touchdown and deflected fifteen other tosses…Also caused nine fumbles…NCAA Career-Record Results…Among active NCAA FBS players, Shazier ranks eighth in forced fumbles, ninth with forty solo tackles-for-loss and seventh with 208 solo tackles…His average of 5.36 solo tackles per game is third-best among active players…Big Ten Conference Career-Record Results…His nine forced fumbles tied Jammie Kirlew (2006-09) of Indiana for tenth on the league all-time list…School Career-Record Results…Shazier finished 14th in school history with 315 total tackles…Became just the sixth Buckeye to record over 200 solo tackles (208) during a career, joining Chris Spielman (283; 1984-87), Tom Cousineau (259; 1975-78), Marcus Marek (256; 1979-82), Steve Tovar (239; 1989-92) and Mike Doss (228; 1999-2002)…His 44.5 tackles-for-loss rank sixth in OSU annals, topped by Mike Vrabel (66.0; 1993-96), Matt Finkes (59.0; 1993-96), Jason Simmons (56.5; 1990-93), Andy Katzenmoyer (50.0; 1996-98) and Will Smith (45.5; 2000-03)…His fourteen sacks tied Quinn Pitcock (2003-06), John Kacherski (1988-91) and Greg Smith (1989-92) for 17th on the school career chart…Holds the school record with nine forced fumbles.

SEASON NOTES

In 2013, Shazier became just the tenth player in school history to lead the team in tackles in consecutive seasons…His career-high 143 tackles in 2013 tied Glen Cobb (1982) for 12th on the school annual list and were the most by a Buckeye since Chris Spielman posted 156 hits in 1987…His 101 solo tackles in 2013 are topped by only Tom Cousineau (142 in 1978) and Chris Spielman (105 in 1986) on OSU’s season chart, marking the only times that a Buckeye reached the “century” mark in this category…His 22.5 stops-for-loss as a junior rank behind Mike Vrabel (26.0 in 1995) and Andy Katzenmoyer (23.0 in 1996) in the Ohio State record books. Will Smith (2003), Vrabel (1994) and Matt Finkes (1994) are the only other players in school history to record at least twenty tackles behind the line of scrimmage in a campaign (all three had 20.0).

GAME NOTES

Chazier’s twenty tackles vs. Indiana in 2013 are the most by a Buckeye since Chris Spielman had 22 vs. Washington and 29 vs. Michigan during the 1986 season…His five tackles-for-loss vs. Indiana in 2013 tied the school record he now shares with John Simon (vs. Nebraska in 2012), Andy Katzenmoyer (vs. Arizona State in 1996), Jayson Gwinn (vs. Indiana in 1993) and Judah Herman (vs. Iowa in 1991)…His sixteen solo tackles in the 2013 Indiana clash tied the OSU record that was first set by Tom Cousineau (28 total) vs. Southern Methodist in 1978.

SEASON ANALYSIS

2013 SEASON

The undisputed leader of an Ohio State defense that ranked seventh nationally vs. the run (102.6), 21st in scoring (21.3) and 29th in total defense (362.2), Shazier was named first-team All-American by The NFL Draft Report, Associated Press, ESPN, Sports Illustrated and USA Today…The Butkus Award finalist and Bednarik and Lott award semifinalist added All-Big Ten Conference first-team honors and was twice named the Lott

IMPACT Trophy national player of the week, along with tying a Big Ten record with three conference defensive player of the week honors this season, giving him five for his career…Became the tenth Buckeye to lead the team in tackles in consecutive seasons, as his 143 hits led the league and ranked tenth nationally…His 103 solo tackles are the third-best ever by a Buckeye in a season and ranked third in the FBS while leading the league…

Also led the Big Ten while finishing sixth in the nation with 22.5 stops for losses of 77 yards, including six sacks for minus 36 yards…Credited with six quarterback pressures, four pass deflections and four forced fumbles…Registered at least ten tackles in seven games and had at least one stop-for-loss in all but the Iowa and Clemson contests…Had twelve tackles (10 solos) and caused a fumble on a sack vs. California…Produced nine hits with 2.5 stops behind the line of scrimmage, including one that caused a fumble vs. Wisconsin, followed by a ten-tackle performance at Northwestern…Had a fourth-down sack among his ten tackles vs. Penn State and added a pair of sacks, three stops-for-loss and seven solo tackles vs. Purdue…In a four-game stretch, he registered 62 tackles, the most in school annals over a similar span…Began that march with sixteen tackles (11 solos), 1.5 sacks, 3.5 stops-for-loss and a forced fumble vs. Illinois, followed by a career-high twenty tackles (16 solos) and five stops behind the line of scrimmage, including a sack that caused a fumble vs. Indiana…Then collected fourteen hits (7 solos), as he assisted on a sack vs. Michigan and delivered twelve tackles (10 solos) with two pass break-ups and 1.5 stops-for-loss vs. Michigan State…Closed out his career with nine tackles (7 solos) vs. Clemson in the Orange Bowl.

2012 SEASON

Shazier earned second-team All-American accolades from The NFL Draft Report and honorable mention from Sports Illustrated, as the All-Big Ten Conference first-team choice started all twelve games at wek-side linebacker…Led the team with 115 tackles (70 solos), ranking second in the league with an average of 9.58 hits per game…Made five sacks for minus 47 yards, a team-high 17.0 stops for losses of 78 yards and three quarterback pressures…His average of 1.42 stops-for-loss per game led the Big Ten and ranked 17th nationally…Deflected eleven passes and intercepted another for a 17-yard touchdown return…Produced at least ten tackles in six contests, including thirteen hits (10 solos) as he caused a fumble on a sack vs. California…Followed with another thirteen hits (7 solos) vs. Alabama-Birmingham and delivered ten tackles with a sack vs. Nebraska…Deflected a career-high five passes vs. Indiana and posted twelve stops vs. Purdue…His only career interception was returned for a score vs. Penn State, as he caused a fumble on one of his two sacks and was in on eight tackles…Had a season-high fourteen tackles (11 solos) with two stops-for-loss vs. Illinois, adding twelve hits (9 solos) and a season-high three stops behind the line of scrimmage at Wisconsin.

2011 SEASON

Shazier played in all thirteen games as a true freshman, starting the final three contests at weak-side linebacker…Finished sixth on the team with 57 tackles (37 solos), the most by a first-year Buckeye since 1996…Had three sacks for minus 14 yards, five stops for losses of 17 yards and two forced fumbles.

INJURY REPORT

Shazier never missed any games, but was limited in 2013 spring camp with a muscle/ tendon injury…Did not complete agility tests at the 2014 NFL scouting Combine due to a left hamstring pull.

AGILITY TESTS

4.38 in the 40-yard dash (best time for any linebacker participating at the Combine)…1.56 10-yard dash…2.58 20-yard dash…4.21 20-yard shuttle…6.91 three-cone drill…42-inch vertical jump (top performance for all linebackers at the 2014 Combine)…10’-10” broad jump…Bench pressed 225 pounds 25 times…32 3/8-inch arm length…10-inch hands…78 5/8-inch wingspan.

HIGH SCHOOL

Shazier attended Plantation (Pompano Beach, Fla.) High School, playing football for head coach Steve Davis…The All-State outside linebacker was rated a four-star prospect and regarded as the 14th-best linebacker in the nation, earning the 42nd spot on the Florida Top 100 list compiled by Rivals.com…Scout.com considered him to be the fifth-best outside linebacker in the prep ranks and also took notice of his skills playing defensive end and tight end during his high school days…As a junior, Shazier recorded 87 tackles that included nineteen sacks and 28.5 stops behind the line of scrimmage…Also caused two fumbles, recovered two others, including one that he returned for a touchdown and blocked a kick…That performance earned him second-team Class 6A All-State honors, along with being named All-Broward County first-team by the Miami Herald…As a senior, the linebacker again delivered 87 tackles, recording 19.5 sacks with four forced fumbles and four blocked kicks…Named Broward County’s Most Outstanding Player that year, he ended his career as the school’s record-holder with 38.5 sacks…The All-State pick ended his prep career by suiting up once more for the Under Armour All-American Game.

PERSONAL

Shazier is majoring in Psychology with a minor in Business Management…Son of Vernon and Shawn Shazier…Father is the Miami Dolphins’ chaplain…Born 9/06/92 in Fort Lauderdale, Florida…Resides in Pompano Beach, Florida.

PLAYER STATISTICS

DEFENSIVE STATISTICS
STATS GP GS TK SO AS FR FC INT TFL PBU SACK PRES
2011 13 3 57 37 20  00  02  00  05.0-017   00  03.0-014    00
2012 12 12 115 70 45  00  03  01  17.0-078   11  05.0-047    03
2013 14 14 143 101 42  00  04  00  22.5-077   04  06.0-046    06
TOTAL 39 29 315 208 107  00  09  01  44.5-172   15  14.0-107    09

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  • steeltown

    Cant help but like this kid and his potential

  • pat

    This the guy I want in first round

  • Steelers12328882

    I can’t imagine this guy could play anything but 4-3 weak side OLB in the pros. All his highlights are of him being unblocked or outrunning the block. Maybe he could be like Carnell Lake and play safety. Where’s Alex Kozora?

  • steeltown

    He would have to obviously play inside in our 3-4, he’s basically the same size as Timmons

  • Chad H

    This guy sounds like a game changer.

  • falconsaftey43

    With the Steelers playing so much more subpackage defense, this kid would be a fantastic fit at ILB. He could play nickel LB, and would be a good starter to work in with Timmons and Williams. Basically the same size as Timmons coming out, only much faster. About the same size as Foote and Farrior as well. Would be all for him at 1.15, not our biggest need, but definitely and impact player which is what you want in the first round.

  • Callentown

    Two things: When you compare his stats to Sean Spence or Mosley, they’re not even in the same ball park. Shazier has WAY more of everything; tackles, tackles for loss, sacks, forced fumbles, PD’s. Not even close. Check ‘em out!

    Second, Plantation high school is not in Pompano Beach. It’s in Plantation. I used to live across the street from Plantation high school :)

  • Steelers12328882

    I realize that, but I think his best fit is as a Will 4-3 OLB, not a Mack 3-4 ILB, and I don’t think the Steelers would ever draft Shazier considering we already have Timmons and there’s still hope that Sean Spence will recover.

  • steeltown

    I agree, he does seem more fitted to play 4-3

  • falconsaftey43

    They have Timmons yes, but you can’t count on Spence, and while Williams did pretty well, he is only a 2 down guy. Shazier would easily start next to Timmons. Not sure where the perception that the Steelers need there ILBs to be big came from, Timmons, Farrior, Foote were all about the same size as Shazier. With so much passing, you need fast athletic LBs.

  • Steelers12328882

    Well the Buck is typically more a run stuffing position. Shazier definitely looks slim, but regardless of his size his tape makes him seem like a chasing LB that runs around everything with his obvious speed. You wouldn’t want to waste a talent like that at the buck position, which is a position that’s supposed to engage blockers. No knock against Shazier. I only watched one highlight video of him, and in the 5 mins of video he only engaged a blocker once, and that was when he rushed a punt formation. The rest of the time he’s chasing the play.

  • harding36

    Thanks, Dave. These are great!

  • Matt Manzo

    Multiple years of high production! That’s what we always say we’re looking for.
    I’m starting to want him in 1 over Tuitt, if the CBs are gone.
    ILB might not be a priority, but playmakers on D is a priority!

  • Madi

    Wow. That’s a long analysis. I like it.

  • falconsaftey43

    We don’t play a typical 3-4 that asks the ILBs to take on OL very much. All of our ILBs tend to be small more athletic run and chase guys, counting on the front 3 to keep them clean. Shazier is actually bigger than most of the guys we’ve drafted or had play inside. Not to mention he’d play a ton in subpackages.

    Proday/Combine weights FYI

    Kendrell Bell 6’1” 234
    Larry Foote 6’2” 231
    James Farrior couldn’t find combine
    weight, but listed as 6’2” 243 from what I can find
    Keyaron Fox 6’3” 227
    Lawrence Timmons 6’1” 234
    Kion Wilson 6’1” 239
    Brian Rolle 5’10” 229
    Sean Spence 5’11” 231
    Vince Williams 6’1” 250
    Terence Garvin 6’3” 221
    Ryan Shazier 6’1” 237
    CJ Mosley 6’2” 234

  • Johnny Loose

    sleeper pick at 1-15, i like it.

  • Weiss Chad

    Hmm ..dick lebeau ohio state ,linebacker,position of need and game changer.If I was a betting man I’d put my money on steelers drafting this kid

  • Weiss Chad

    I concur.if New England passes on Tuitt I think he slides to second round.if I was steelers I’d trade your typical New England pick ,two twos and a four and grab him

  • Weiss Chad

    And he’s team leader,no problems off the field.he would be hard to pass on

  • Matt Manzo

    That’s where I get lost in thought! I’d love Tuitt in 2 but trading up and losing picks this year scares me with all the depth to choose from. And we need a lot of picks this year, especially since we’ve been missing on so many.
    Let’s start a rumor that Tuitt brought a gun in his sweatpants to a meeting that he missed cuz he really wanted to try the new dorritos loco taco!

  • Weiss Chad

    If u think about it all were giving up this year is a two and the four.the second pick next year hurts but I just don’t see how they can’t draft him.i like arnfelt,not sold on Thomas and have absolutely no clue about nick williams

  • Matt Manzo

    I hear ya. I was thinking you said three picks this year?
    And the truth is we really just need our top 3 picks to be solid, so giving up a few to make sure that happens is ok.
    The FAs we brought in deffinetly make it easier than it seemed 2 months ago!

  • Jason

    Careful what u wish for

  • Steelers12328882

    I’ll have to respectfully disagree with you. The primary job of the Steelers Buck linebacker, besides diagnosing offenses, is to engage lead blockers and read ‘n react to the play. Those are words I’ve taken right off the author of this site. I’m not too concerned with his size, although he is very lean despite what he weighs, but on tape Shazier seems more suited to be a pursuit linebacker. By far, his biggest weakness seems to be shedding blocks. There’s no way a player like that can start at the Buck position for the Steelers. I don’t think he’s all that well suited for the Mack position either. I believe he’s at his best on the edge in a 4-3 defense.

  • http://batman-news.com MC

    He definitely is a lavonte David 4-3 type guy but man this team can never have enough athletic freaks with this type of work ethic and leadership.

  • falconsaftey43

    I’ll give you that he’d best fit as a 4-3 Will Backer, but I’ll have to continue to disagree about his fit with the Steelers. The difference between he Mack and the Buck are disappearing. They already had Timmons who is a run and chase guy, but they still drafted Spence, who has a very similar skill set. They also brought in Garvin who is also a run and chase player that doesn’t take on blocks well. Last year they played like 400 snaps of quarters package because they didn’t have a 3 down linebacker that had Troy playing LB next to Timmons a lot. Shazier would be a fantastic addition to this team and he’d a playmaker which the defense desperately needs. V.Williams can come in when you need a true old fashioned Buck LB, but a player like Shazier will be more valuable and on the field a lot more in my opinion.

  • Steelers12328882

    LOL well at least we agree to disagree. I understand that last year things were a bit different with the Steelers 3-4 in terms of the Linebackers and the use of the Quarters package , but there’s still a difference between the Buck and Mack, and last year proved it. Typically as the Steelers Buck linebacker moves on, either through retirement or free agency, the Mack will take over his place, yet last year that did not happen with Timmons. Why? Because, he can’t play the Buck position as well as he plays the Mack position. Like you said he’s a run and chase guy. I don’t know why they drafted Spence, but I’m pretty sure they never had plans for him playing the Buck. Maybe they thought Timmons would move over to the Buck, but that obviously never materialized last year.

  • Xclewsive

    I applaud those that made this pick prediction. I’m still uneasy coming to grips, because I was fuming. But watching more and more of Shazier either I’m brainwashing myself or seeing what the Steelers are seeing with Shazier.

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