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    General NFL Draft Discussion: Where Dornst Happens

    Didn't see anywhere where you could post anything random about the draft.

    So here's one.

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    Anyway the Colts trade to the Browns and multiply picks and take RGIII while keeping Peyton and letting him learn under his wing?

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    The Combine is roughly 2 weeks away, invites should go out soon. Does anyone know if any Pro Days have been scheduled yet?

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    Been thinking about making this for ages. Good idea.

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    Thanks bro lol, but do you think the Colts would do that?

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    I highly doubt it. But who knows........

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    There should be a sticky for this lol, so it stays at top

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    or people could just talk in it as they see fit and it will automatically bump it's self?

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    Stop trolling me boy.

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    This is almost an off topic thread so I doubt it would be stickied.

    I'll post interesting news bits I see. Links to interesting stuff I find.

    Such as.

    After three days of practice in Little Rock, Arkansas, the NFP ranks the Players All-Star Classic’s top prospects for the upcoming NFL draft and breaks down which NFL teams are good fits for each.


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    Roy is a fit in a 34 front.
    1. OLB Brett Roy: Nevada (6-3, 272)
    It’s rarely pretty with him. However, he’s a strong kid who possesses good power into contact, knows how to use his hands to fend off blocks and has a motor that runs non-stop. Plus, he’s a sneaky athlete who could end up playing just about any linebacker spot in a 34 front.

    NFL Fits…
    Patriots
    Jets
    Ravens

    2. FS Kelcie McCray: Arkansas State (6-2, 196)
    A tall, good-looking athlete who displays natural foot quickness, the ability to turn and run, and tracks the football well. There is a little tightness to his game. However, he can run and has the ability to make a roster early on and potentially contribute.

    NFL Fits…
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    3. RB Michael Smith: Utah State (5-8, 207)
    A short, compact athlete who displays an explosive element to his game when pressing the line of scrimmage. He runs low, has a good feel between the tackles with the short area quickness to side step defenders laterally and accelerates into the open field. Looks like a draftable NFL back to me.

    NFL Fits…
    Broncos
    Bengals
    Buccaneers

    4. CB Jeremy Lane: Northwestern St. (6-0, 183)
    He’s raw with his footwork and gets a bit narrow and upright when trying to change directions. However, he was one of the few guys down here with a burst to his game. He’s got quick feet, natural fluidity when asked to turn and run, and good overall size. Looks like a guy who can mature into sub package NFL corner.

    NFL Fits...
    Jaguars
    Patriots
    Cowboys

    5. TE Taylor Thompson: SMU (6-6, 266)
    I thought Thompson was at best a fringe draftable defensive end prospect. However, he’s opened some eyes this week playing at tight end. He displayed good body control as a route runner, is a sneaky athlete down the field and has a physical element to his game when asked to go get the football And when looking over the weaker TE class in the 2012 draft, he has a lot more value catching the football than rushing the passer in my view.

    NFL Fits…
    Giants
    Steelers
    Bears

    6. QB Aaron Corp: Richmond (6-4, 214)
    When you watch his footwork from under center and when asked to re-set his feet and balance himself in the pocket, he looks like a NFL caliber QB. He throws a catchable football; looks natural on the move and his arm strength should continue to slightly improve as he adds more bulk/strength to his lean frame.

    NFL Fits…
    49ers
    Bengals
    Packers

    7. OLB Sammy Brown: Houston (6-2, 243)
    Simply put, he’s a guy who can reach the passer. He was a tough block off the edge this week and despite some work ethic concerns, you can’t overlook his ability to get after the QB.

    NFL Fits…
    Chargers
    Jets
    Steelers

    8. OT James Carmon: Mississippi State (6-6, 334)
    He’s not ready to play tackle in the NFL yet. However, when you look at his size, length, athleticism and upside, you have to think if he can continue to develop at the position he has the skill set to be an NFL lineman. And I’d certainly be willing to roll the dice on a talent like Carmon later in the draft.

    NFL Fits…
    Bills
    Chargers
    Vikings

    9. CB Coty Sensabaugh: Clemson (5-11, 187)
    There are some rough spots to his game relating to his footwork. However, he’s a fluid kid who can turn and run, and has a good feel in coverage. He’s a bright corner who understands pre-snap tells and is a guy who could end up filling out a depth chart because of it.

    NFL Fits…
    Lions
    Patriots
    Broncos

    10. WR Julian Talley: UMass (6-1, 184)
    Talley was one of the few guys down here this week who could consistently separate out of his breaks. He has the ability to mature into a good route runner, but needs to do a better job catching the football. Nevertheless, he can run vertically and has the talent to intrigue.

    NFL Fits…
    Jaguars
    Broncos
    Colts

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    Check out the NFP Draft page here...
    http://www.nationalfootballpost.com/...ts.html&page=2

    Pro Football Weekly's "Top 804 prospects"

    http://www.profootballweekly.com/pro...nkings/?page=1

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    Quote Originally Posted by cavsbluejackets View Post
    Stop trolling me boy.
    Are you always this arrogant? Not every time someone disagree's with you is it trolling kid. Learn to accept opinions other than your own and you mite actually become a respectable poster.

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    I just saw Kirkpatrick ranked as the 5th best cb in the draft on nfl network.

    Am i seeing things or is Dre really falling off the draft boards?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cavsbluejackets View Post
    Stop trolling me boy.
    Maybe if you are 16, you shouldn't call other people boy.

    Just a suggestion.

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    Umm, maybe he shouldn't be trolling. Hes trying to make me sound stupid. I take in consideration what people think, ask people around the Browns forum, your just backing up a Packers buddy, it's alright.

    And why do you think I'm 16?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sportfan6197 View Post
    I just saw Kirkpatrick ranked as the 5th best cb in the draft on nfl network.

    Am i seeing things or is Dre really falling off the draft boards?
    He should have anyways. He's probably not going to be a stud CB and most likely a safety IMVHO. Not a fan.
    Quote Originally Posted by cavsbluejackets View Post
    Umm, maybe he shouldn't be trolling. Hes trying to make me sound stupid. I take in consideration what people think, ask people around the Browns forum, your just backing up a Packers buddy, it's alright.

    And why do you think I'm 16?
    http://img441.imageshack.us/img441/5043/47617732.jpg

    Nick and I have been doing this stuff for a long time and have a good decade on you in football watching experience. Maybe instead of getting so mad or throwing around insults you should listen.

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