“He’s Just One Of Those Nasty Guys”May 5th, 2012
So what did the Bucs really get in fifth-round pick Najee Goode out of West Virginia?
Former Bucs tight end Anthony Becht, also an ex-Mountaineer, offered a scouting report during an interview with Tom Krasniqi on WHBO-AM 1040 Thursday.
“Goode’s a stout, strong, physical football player. Downhill, aggressive, you know, can mess with the big linemen and go make some punishing tackles,” Becht said. “He’s just one of those nasty guys, got an attitude, kind of a bad-ass attitude. That’s kind of the force and presence he brought for the West Virginia defense.”
Joe likes the sound of that. And Joe’s hoping/praying Goode can legitimately push Quincy Black.
On sixth-round cornerback Keith Tandy, Goode’s roommate at West Virginia, Becht called said his play was “nothing great but nothing average” and Tandy is “well-rounded at his position.”