Let's get. He's got a good size he's got a good length. He's played right and left tackle Florida State started the season at right tackle. On the left tackle. Had a shoulder injury and moved to new -- And played it was a productive player both. Positions right anyway. I thought we were initially. That he would be at left tackle. Now I'm sure worries right tackle or left tackle. And the Joseph -- after you know world where they had him in developing and but I think he's more -- developing players. Then you know and -- Yeah. We. Strength. We didn't lose lives they plan. He would -- when they when he played at left tackle. He looked more athletic at right tackle -- they didn't do it left tackle. Now that could be difficulties he had played right right tackle all the time you know prior to -- -- -- All of a sudden and you step in with a completely different from it never sanction do. Back for custody so. But he's again added. Pesticides that we're looking forward is he's getting good athletic ability not great. Good links. He's gathered channel. -- take a while ago. What if you were. And insert me here. Thank you. Do like seeing play a little strong or. You'd like to see is be more consistent in his hand placement his hand placement. We'll get outside to frame it at times and when you do that you've actually bought it -- when I am an alliance. So. Those are things that can be corrected him. And he does those things at that. He's not consistent. Well I've seen anyone. When I thought he was through school and he showed some nastiness. -- singing when. He was more finessed color. I don't think it's personality. Is. And nasty player but at times but he taxi. It shows it. Run yeah. They're passing. I think he's balance I think I think he's only some development of the places I think he's. Thank you anytime you take offense that Guam and you know. -- draft. Thank you there's no reason development time work. Royalties for him. -- -- -- I guess I should explain to us -- Africa should it. Yeah he may -- may produce it differently. Thank thank you.