ive seen some scouts have a 4th round grade on Okafor
Eh he is a late late 1st, but I think he will go 2nd unless he shows better athleticism at the combine.
Jordan is much more controlled but doesn't have the moves mingo does. Jordan reminds me a lot of a yiung Jason Taylor. He still has tons of growing to do physically, I think he will fill out more. Hes also pretty damn good in coverage.
im not sure any TE in this class is worth anything.
what i like about Wheaton that jumps out at you besides the speed are his change of direction skills, his physicallity for someone his size,and the way he catches the ball.
i rather hope Ireland was paying more attention to Tavon Austin than Bailey but both will be good.
i dont understand why people keep saying #12 is not value for any of the WR's in this class because it is and its a better value for WR at #12 than it is CB. Also even if we sign Wallace or Jennings or Bowe the position will still be one of the top 2 positions of need between WR and G.
TE position has a chance to jump into the top 3 positions of need depending on how we handle the position this offseason
Dion Jordan is strictly an OLB. he cant play DE in the NFL and wouldnt be able to until he got bigger and stronger
The same as a CB better be a Peterson/Revis type to be of good value at 12. You better be a god for the next decade if you want to go that high in the draft. Is a CB or WR better value at 12? Depends on the player. Is Milliner worth more than Allen? That's going to come down to personal opinion or team's needs. But there are tons of great WRs in this draft, and I don't know if Milliner is the next Peterson/Revis. Given that, you have to go with an impact player that has a skill set that can't be matched in the later rounds. DE's and linemen (and NFL-ready QBs obviously) seem to be the ones that are hardest to duplicate in the later rounds. So to me, a WR may be better value at 12 than a CB...but that doesn't mean that it is good value at the position. I'm not sure that there is a Jones/Green receiver in this draft, and if there's not, the later portion of the first half is where they belong IMO.
also not only would Mathieu bodyslam Jordan but Austin would run circles around him. im not even saying Jordan isnt good all im saying is he isnt a DE. so now that he isnt a DE i have to look at him with the other OLB's and id rather have Sean Porter at OLB
Alright, I'm watching the East-West Shrine game and I want us to draft Army QB Trent Steelman. If we give him some time to develop as a receiver, the guy will be another Welker in the slot. He's got all the intangibles you could ever want in a player, and it looks like he has the ability. Take him in the 7th or in the 6th(if we get a compensatory pick).
Also, Colin Klein cannot throw a pass from the pocket to save his life.
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Adopt-a-Dolphin: Brent Grimes - #21, CB
as for SoxDolphan their are a 2 receivers at 12 that are major game changers at the next level their 1st season. Justin Hunter game changer 1st season. Tavon Austin game changer first season. Keenan Allen also would be solid at 12 but he isnt a game changer type but a solid all around move the chains and keep drives moving type that does create mismatches and can actually catch tds. Justin Hunter is a Jones/Green type. Milliner isnt worth more than Allen. his 1st yr will be spent learning to backpedal just like the last Alabama CB that went high. Mathieu will have the biggest impact of any CB yr one if he stays out of trouble. i understand the love for DE's because alot of them will make an impact yr 1 but its not a high need and the WR's listed and the G would make a bigger impact.