44, Jamar Ransom, LB
Sr., 5-10, 235, El Paso (Andruss), TX
Easily the best player move on the defensive side of the ball. We'd say the best overall, but on offense the move of Charlie Johnson was pretty good as well. Ransom is a natural at linebacker and looked it from the first day. He has safety speed and can run down a lot of plays. He is also, as would be expected, good in pass coverage. Ransom will play a lot and will keep the pressure on Pagitte McGee to keep the level of his play at a high level.
Player Analysis: Jamar Ransom
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