Discussion in 'Draft Zone' started by Risen Star, Apr 26, 2013.
Fixed that for ya :starspin
I think I would too
:crossed: The good news is that the real value in this year's draft is coming up.
They just have to capitalize.
If lacy is there at 47 we WILL take him. I think there is early run on qb and rb though
Where do you project the T from Ark Pine Bluff?
Fisher saying Winters, Broaddus saying Logan.
I say Short.
Broaddus seemed to indicate that they like Logan in the third but might take him in the second just to keep from losing out on him and that both Kiffen and Rod really like the player.
So Who knows.
These are mine although a couple there I don't know enough to have an opinion. Personally I would be considering Watson, Lacy, Thomas, Cyprien,
Hunter and Watson. Maybe Tank and Short. I don't know how these rate on their board and who they have targeted later on which could influence the pick a little.
He probably goes in the 2nd round, maybe even early, but I wouldn't take him.
Bennie Logan at 47 would be a definite reach, IMO.
Agree. His "highlights" weren't all that impressive. 4th rounder at best.
Arthur Brown! Please!
I also like Cyprien, Lacy, Ball, Sio Moore, and Khaseem Green.
This year is a fantastic year to get some perfect Tampa-2 LB's in Brown, Green, and Moore.
Brown is about my biggest pet cat in this draft. If they manage to get him in the second, I'll be absolutely thrilled. He reminds me so much of a young London Fletcher. He'll be a stud for a decade and would complete a great LB corp with Carter and Lee.
47. OT Watson or DE Carradine or DT Hankins
As for 74 and 80, I prefer making my list of desired players after I know what we have in the cupboard from 31 and 47 and see what's left as the final 5-6 picks in front of us are made.
I say stay with linemen until satisfied. I'm not as enamored with the prospects or worried about the roster when it comes to RB and Safety as most are.
If I wanted a LB in round 2, I'd consider targeting Minter to step in as the starting MLB and using Lee with Carter on the outside where they'd both thrive.
Agree with you there. Brown at 47 would be amazing value. Lots of folks had him going in 1