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  1. #16
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    Quote Originally Posted by LawnGamesChamp View Post
    Wow no Jesse Williams and no Kevin Reddick. Those are 2 guys I would like to see in Green and Gold along with Johnthan Banks.
    Not saying that Banks wouldn't fit with us but I think he's better suited in a heavier zone defensive team. I'd use him close to the line and let his quickness take over from there. First team I thought of was Pittsburgh actually.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Richard Mitten View Post
    yeah, that would be pretty sick....Worthy, Raji, Gholston

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    just putting together a list of guys i'm gonna keep an eye on....

    DL –
    Jesse Williams, SR, Bama
    William Gholston, JR, Mich St.
    Johnathan Hankins, JR, Ohio St.
    Sharrif Floyd, JR, Florida
    Bennie Logan, rJR, LSU
    Kawann Short, rSR, Purdue
    Sylvester Williams, SR, UNC
    Margus Hunt, rSR, SMU
    Bjoern Werner, JR, Florida St.

    ILB –
    Shayne Skov, SR, Stanford
    Kevin Reddick, SR, UNC
    Nico Johnson, SR, Bama
    CJ Mosely, JR, Bama
    Chase Thomas, rSR, Stanford
    Alonzo Highsmith, SR, Arkansas

    CB –
    Xavier Rhodes, rJR, Florida St.
    Johnthan Banks, SR, Miss St.
    Dee Milliner, JR, Bama
    Micah Hyde, SR, Iowa

    S –
    Eric Reid, JR, LSU
    TJ McDonald, SR, USC
    Robert Lester, SR, Bama
    Ray Ray Armstrong, SR, Miami
    Bacarri Rambo, rSR, Georgia
    Tony Jefferson, JR, Oklahoma
    Matt Elam, JR, Florida
    Rashard Hall, rSO, Clemson

    RB –
    Marcus Lattimore, JR, South Carolina
    Knile Davis, JR, Arkansas
    Eddie Lacy, rJR, Bama
    Le’Veon Bell, JR, Mich St.
    Andre Ellington, rSR, Clemson
    Cameron Marshall, SR, ASU
    Giovani Bernard, rSO, UNC

    T, G, C –
    Luke Joeckel, JR, TAMU
    Jake Matthews, JR, TAMU
    Ricky Wagner, rSR, Wisco
    DJ Fluker, rJR, Bama
    Barrett Jones, rSR, Bama
    Travis Frederick, rJR, Wisco
    Khaled Holmes, rSR, USC
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    I'm liking what I've seen so far out of Eric Reid from LSU. He really reminds me of Landry coming out. I can't wait to see him this season.

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    i cant stop thinking of this injury whenever i see mosleys name....kids a player tho.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0virxAjg5wE
    the packers have so much talent...

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    Doesn't Gholston have an attitude issue? Didn't he receive that suspension for yanking some runners face mask when they were already on the ground? I love that in D-Lineman, lol.

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    Maybe next year we'll finally pick up a great RB. This class looks to be pretty deep. After Trent Richardson there weren't really any guys who blew me away during this past draft so I was kind of happy we chose not to draft an RB

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    Keenan Allen and Brandon Jenkins are my favorite players in the upcoming draft.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SHUpackersfan View Post
    Maybe next year we'll finally pick up a great RB. This class looks to be pretty deep. After Trent Richardson there weren't really any guys who blew me away during this past draft so I was kind of happy we chose not to draft an RB
    I hope so too. I'd like to see what Lattimore can bring this year. I also really like Andre Ellington from Clemson. I want to see what he can do this season.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wissportsfan View Post
    I hope so too. I'd like to see what Lattimore can bring this year. I also really like Andre Ellington from Clemson. I want to see what he can do this season.
    Definitely. These guys are some of my favorites as well.

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    a guy i'm intrigued with right now is Margus Hunt, DE, SMU....6'8", 280-295...prolly too tall for TT...kid is as raw as it gets, but his athleticism and strength is amazing...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Richard Mitten View Post
    a guy i'm intrigued with right now is Margus Hunt, DE, SMU....6'8", 280-295...prolly too tall for TT...kid is as raw as it gets, but his athleticism and strength is amazing...
    Geez that is a tall kid. Was he like a basketball player convert? I have to admit it would be interesting to see what he could do.
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    he was a track guy (shot put, discus, hammer throw) from Estonia....but SMU got rid of the track program, so he started playing football...he's gonna be 26 next year, so he's a little old...

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Margus_Hunt
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DXIV8LYURsc

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    Without any serious injuries to replace anybody after this season, I think a corner is always a priority, but a stud runningback would make this offense completely unstoppable and MLB should be looked at soon, maybe.
    NFC Here we come!

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