Originally Posted by supercowboy8
2nd Dallas Thomas
Can play LG, RG, or RT and gives us option. After releasing Free we can not trust Parnell. Have to get a back up but if Parnell shows he is a starter, Thomas can play OG.
3rd Brandon Williams
Perfect 1 tech for the Tampa 2
3rd Jonathon Cyprien
Can you say play making hard hitting safety. Great size and speed and can play either safety spot.
3rd OG Brian Winters
PLayed LT in college but is a perfect zone blocking OG
4th Stepfan Taylor
Perfect back up and change of pace. Garrett type of player
4th David Quessenberry
Played all positions on the OL. Will not be a OT in the NFL but has the potential to play center in a zone blocking scheme.
4th Gerald Hodges
Will compete for the starting SOLB spot in the Tampa 2 defense. Also a former safety.
[View Full Quote]5th Ace Sanders With Harris being the new #3 he will not be able to return punts as much and Ace sanders is a special teams playmaker and can fly down the field and good in the slot.
6th Kyle Juszczyk A Garrett guy here, from Harvard, smart hard working leader that can block and set the edge and the second level for the RB.
Solid draft, I like the picks.
Brandon Williams is quick for his size, but he's going to have to lose weight from 341 lbs down to about 325 lbs to fit in the Kiffin scheme, IMO.
I'm surprised that more fans/analysts aren't higher on Dallas Thomas. He will be drafted as a OG due to short arms (32"), but could serve as the starting OG and emergency or game-day backup at OT.
I'm not certain about Spencer having trade value. The Pats did it with Matt Cassel, but I can't remember any others; although, I'm sure it has happened.