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    Milliner has really improved year-to-year at Bama. I think with NFL coaching he can blossom into a stud corner

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gdubbz View Post
    What do you guys think about this mock?
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    @Quick I was going to say the same thing on the drafting a qb prospect. WSH and NE are goning to pull the same thing this yaer w/ there back ups. I think if there is a guy there that you like enough, you darft him. I just wouldn't be abe to justify it if it were in the first 2 rounds

    @bwall I agree that those paticular teams were not draftig qbs with the intention of creating vaue and trading them but I do beieve that doing that is going to become a trend. I think we are going to see a large amount of qb trades this offseason, an when teams are able to see what price they can charge for an uproved qb, they wil start beig abe to justify draftig one for insurance/trade bait.

    My prediction.
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    QUARTERBACKS
    Tyler Wilson – Arkansas
    E.J. Manuel – Florida State
    Mike Glennon – N.C. State
    Landry Jones - Oklahoma

    RUNNING BACKS
    Kenjon Barner – Oregon
    Montee Ball – Wisconsin
    Mike Gillislee – Florida
    Johnathan Franklin – UCLA

    WIDE RECEIVERS
    Quinton Patton – Lousiana Tech
    Aaron Mellette – Elon
    Aaron Dobson – Marshall
    Cobi Hamilton – Arkansas
    Chris Harper – Kansas State
    Denard Robinson – Michigan
    Markus Wheaton – Oregon State
    Tavarres King – Georgia

    TIGHT ENDS
    Vance McDonald – Rice
    Ryan Otten – San Jose State
    Phillip Lutzenkirchen – Auburn
    Travis Kelce – Cincinnati

    OFFENSIVE LINEMAN
    Oday Aboushi – Virginia
    J.C. Tretter – Cornell
    Ricky Wagner – Wisconsin
    Larry Warford – Kentucky
    Brian Winters – Kent State
    Dallas Thomas – Tennessee
    Hugh Thornton – Illinois
    Brian Schwenke – California
    Lane Johnson – Oklahoma
    Reid Fragel – Ohio State

    DEFENSIVE LINEMAN
    Ezekiel Ansah – BYU
    Cory Grissom – South Florida
    Jordan Hill – Penn State
    Margus Hunt – SMU
    Kawann Short – Purdue
    Everett Dawkins – Florida State
    Malliciah Goodman – Clemson
    John Jenkins – Georgia
    Datone Jones – UCLA
    Alex Okafor – Texas
    Brandon Williams – Missouri Southern

    LINEBACKERS
    Kiko Alonso – Oregon
    Jamie Collins – Southern Miss
    Zavier Gooden – Missouri
    Sean Porter – Texas A&M
    Khaseem Greene – Rutgers

    John Simon – Ohio State
    Trevardo Williams – Connecticut
    Kevin Reddick – North Carolina
    Arthur Brown – Kansas State
    Nico Johnson – Alabama

    DEFENSIVE BACKS
    Leon McFadden – San Diego State
    Jordan Poyer – Oregon State
    Will Davis – Utah State
    Johnthan Banks – Mississippi State
    Robert Alford – Southeastern Louisiana
    Phillip Thomas – Fresno State
    Desmond Trufant – Washington
    B.W. Webb – William and Mary
    J.J. Wilcox – Georgia Southern
    Robert Lester – Alabama
    Dwayne Gratz – Connecticut
    Bacarri Rambo – Georgia
    Johnathan Cyprien – Florida International

    Marc Anthony – California
    Shawn Williams – Georgia
    Blidi Wreh-Wilson - Connecticut

    SPECIALISTS
    Ryan Allen – Louisiana Tech
    Dustin Hopkins – Florida State
    Jeff Locke – UCLA
    Quinn Sharp – Oklahoma State
    Carson Tinker – Alabama
    Senior bowl roster. I bolded some guys I'll keep my eye on.


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    I agree with most of the players you bolded for potential draftees...I would also keep your eye on
    Cornerbacks -Jordan Poyer, Blidi Wreh-Wilson, Robert Alford
    LB Arthur Brown, DT John Jenkins, WR Denard Robinson

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    This may have been talked about already, but is it true the Eric Wright has lost his 2013 guaranteed 7 million because of his PED suspension?

    If so then I don't see why we keep him or if we do keep him, why we don't change his contract to reduce his paycheck.

    Also, is Jason McCourtey a FA?

    I would like to get him then make a deal for His twin Devin from the Pats.
    Between those two and Barron We have a start to a revamped DB field. If Barber retires, we move Devin to FS and get our rookie CB.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bwallstreet View Post
    I agree with most of the players you bolded for potential draftees...I would also keep your eye on
    Cornerbacks -Jordan Poyer, Blidi Wreh-Wilson, Robert Alford
    LB Arthur Brown, DT John Jenkins, WR Denard Robinson
    How do you feel about Denard? As a college players he one of the most entertaining players I've seen since Vick(@QB position). Ive been watching him at RB/SWR and he looks like he could be part of some big plays. He reminds me a lot of Chris Johnson with his size and one cut ability.

    Lets look at his stats. I bolded what jumps out at me.
    Rushing: Att Yards YPC LNG TD
    2009 69 351 5.1 43 5
    2010 256 1702 6.6 87 14
    2011 221 1176 5.3 53 16
    2012 177 1266 7.2 79 7

    Looks to me like hes steadily gotten a lot better. With a pro team getting him prepared for being a RB in the NFL he could be a great asset. Like a Darren Sproles type of player. He needs to gain weight, and work on his receiving skills, but overall he could be a great player depending on the team he goes to.


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    I wouldnt even consider using him at RB, maybe a WR handoff or reverse every now and then. I am strictly thinking of him as a slot reciever and he's 3rd of my list after Austin, and Bailey.

    He clearly has ability with the ball in his hands, he is fast and he has good hand-eye coordination being a QB. He's a project though and you probably won't be getting him at his best for a year or two with the transistion to a new position in the pros.

    My only reservation is a lot of the guys Ive seen transition to WR havent really worked.


    Don't sleep on Marquise Goodwin...we could prob get him in the 6th and he's the fastest player in the draft. Raw as a reciever but can be molded.

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    His strength is in running Id try him out there first. If that doesn't pan out try him at slot. Like Dexter McCluster.


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    His strength is running in the open field. You put him back there like Doug and he'll be getting stopped behind the line quite frequently. He's a preety prototypical slot guy. WR Screens, WR handoffs, reverses, drags, slants, going over the middle.

    I wanna allow him to either use his speed to get seperation then get him the ball so he can get that YAC or get hm the ball on the outside with a blocker.


    I mean I could see a couple plays with him in the backfield a game but I think that is taking out of his element.

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    I see your point, but Denard hast 3 career receptions. Using him as a Sproles type of player is prefect for what your talking about. I mentioned it before. Receiving at the RB position would be great for him, but also using him to run the ball on draw plays would be sweet.


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    I love Matt Elam as much as the next guy. Would having two young guys that both played SS in college work? Not trying to be an *** or anything, but how often does that pan out?


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    Matt Elam I believe and I assume anybody to wants to pair him with Barron does as well. Theyre really not that much different. Think of Whitner and Goldson, Thomas and Chancellor. You see it as an issue, but it could also be considered versatility


    I might pull a David Carradine if we draft Dion Jordan. He belongs in a 3-4 playing OLB

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    I wouldn't get caught up so much in what position a player plays in college. A lot of the times a player plays a "certain" position because of the team's need. Just like in college basketball, you pg's playing the two all the time; doesn't mean they can't run the point in the NBA. The safety position is becoming more versatile everyday, the talented ones can do it all: hit, cover, etc.
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    If you listen to Mel Kiper Jr., who knows a thing or two about the NFL draft, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers might have had the league’s best rookie class.

    In this Insider post , Kiper lists his All-Rookie team and the Bucs have three representatives. That shouldn’t come as a huge surprise. Safety Mark Barron, running back Doug Martin and linebacker Lavonte David all were starters from the beginning of the season.

    Martin got better as the season went on and showed he’s an all-purpose back. David started a little faster than Martin, but also improved. Kiper compares David to Derrick Brooks and he’s not the first person to say that. David’s off to a great start, but he isn’t Brooks just yet.

    Barron was Tampa Bay’s top draft pick. He didn’t have as many splash plays as Martin and David, but that probably is due to the nature of his position and the fact the Tampa Bay secondary struggled so much. But you can see that Barron has all sorts of potential and he could make a larger impact once the Bucs get their cornerback situation resolved.

    Carolina middle linebacker Luke Kuechly was the only other NFC South rookie to make Kiper’s team. You know how I feel about Kuechly. I think he was the best defensive rookie in the NFC South and maybe in the NFL.
    Another great draft this year with more development of our young players (looking at defensive lineman specifically) and we could really take that next step and be a team that goes deep into the playoffs.
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