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The second player in Cal's history to earn first-team all-conference honors in three straight seasons, Anger might be a rare punter worth a late-round pick. He has a strong leg and averaged 43.5 yards per punt, second all-time at the school behind Scott Tabor's 44.0 from 1986-87. The Golden Bears ranked 10th nationally in net punting during Anger's senior season with a 39.74-yard average. Anger is versatile in the sense that he uses a wide variety of punting styles. He's capable of executing both Australian-style and rugby kicks that should help him angle punts toward the sidelines inside the 20-yard line. One downside of these methods, though, is an occasional lack of height on kicks. He tends to drive the ball more than loft it, which could lead to some shanked kicks at the next level. Anger ran an impressive 4.75 in the 40-yard dash at the NFL combine, so the athleticism is certainly there for teams to use him to execute a fake punt in the right situation. Anger could be a sixth- or seventh-round pick, but even if he goes undrafted, he should find his way onto a roster over the summer.