''Miami coach Adam Gase has already noticed the impact early in Organized Team Activities and said, “It’s really a great thing to see how he works, him and Laremy, and how they talk through things and the amount of time they spend with each other.” http://dailydolphin.blog.palmbeachp...hesive-on-left-side-of-miami-dolphins-o-line/ “I saw a guy that started to notice that it’s not that easy,” Gase continued. “He went to work and he practiced hard and he was great in meetings. The way he was watching film and his development as a professional improved last year. I think he’s excited moving forward, getting Josh in there and working with him, and to really be the guy that he’s wanted to be since he came out.” Laremy is such an interesting dude, I remember when studying him in college, he literally would dominate in big matchups, in big games, and then completely underperform when nothing was on the line, it was really frustrating and exciting to watch at the same time. The other interesting thing about him is when he talks, he seems so mature for his age, almost like a 30 year old man, but he's still really young, I thought with his intelligence he would really embrace the intellectual part of the game, I thought he would want to rise to the challenge every week, but I don't think that was the case when you hear the comments from gase..once again, like he did in college, I think that he thought his talent would just get him through. Now its good to hear that he's taking a more cerebral approach to the game, and I'm sure being around Sitton and Kilgore, who are good smart guys will help him become that all pro we know his talent has to give. We all know if Ryan gets good protection he can pick you apart with his accuracy and arm strength, Im pretty damn confident he's going to have that blindside protected to do so. Laremy Tunsil, time to be a man.