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Cowboys Picks...#18, #53, #92,#125,#138,#182,#211,#224

Discussion in 'Draft Day Zone' started by Hostile, Apr 18, 2006.

  1. Tenkamenin

    Tenkamenin Well-Known Member

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    I agree

    No way do we jeopardize TNEW

    Tyson Thompson is a solid runner who shows some wiggle but he's one of the worst kick returners I've seen on our team in awhile.
  2. BlueStar22

    BlueStar22 Well-Known Member

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    Crayton didn't impress you last year pre-injury?
  3. Sasquatch

    Sasquatch Lost in the Woods

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    The guy is built like a running back. Think we might see him line up as h-back on obvious passing downs?
  4. morasp

    morasp Well-Known Member

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    Skyler Green
    5-9 193 4.46 4th round

    Is a playmaker with exceptional speed. Shows nice burst and quickness off the line. Runs crisp, smooth routes and shows balance and body control. Has solid hands and makes tough catches on poor passes. Catches passes at full speed. Is elusive and shows a second gear after the catch.

    Sleeper: Skyler Green, LSU

    Is undersized but has great speed and playmaking ability as a receiver and returner.
  5. Ken

    Ken Well-Known Member

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    skyler's highlight film....

    (scroll down a bit, and click on the camera thing to the left of his name)
  6. Doomsday

    Doomsday Rising Star

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    Tyson was serviceable but he isnt a threat to take it to the house. Everytime Green touches the ball he has the ability to take it all the way.
  7. Drederick Tatum

    Drederick Tatum Member

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  8. 5Stars

    5Stars Here comes the Sun...

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    Ken, thanks for that link. He's a shifty little mofo...! :D
  9. rw54

    rw54 Member

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    Gil Brandt, I believe, said he ran 4.53. Usa today bios said 4.53. I'm trying to see if he ran at his proday.
  10. EGG

    EGG Well-Known Member

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    I'm sick of waiting for one of Parcells' kick-return picks to pan out,,, after reading about BP's supposed prowess at finding these special teams diamonds, I've watched every single one of his "finds" bust! The fact that this is a very late 4th rd pick eases the pain, but it still seems high for this guy,,, most mocks have him in the 5th and 6th rds
  11. peppersquad

    peppersquad Member

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    NTackle. Short big dude. 6th rder.
  12. cowboyjoe

    cowboyjoe Well-Known Member

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    Dallas takes Montavioius Stanley
  13. NickZepp

    NickZepp Well-Known Member

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    He's probably the best DT left. Good pick.

    EMMITTnROY Well-Known Member

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    DT from Louisville
  15. Cowboy from New York

    Cowboy from New York Well-Known Member

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  16. canters

    canters Active Member

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    Back up NT.
  17. Chief

    Chief "Friggin Joke Monkey"

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    Height: 6-2
    Weight: 314
    40 Speed: 5.20*
    Position: Defensive Tackle
    College: Louisville


    Stanley was a hard player to grade because he is a traditional two-gap defensive tackle and they often slip through the cracks because they do not make a lot of tackles. He is a good athlete, but lacks explosiveness, which limits his ability to make impact plays. He is much more of a stay-at-home, hold-ground and clog-the-middle defensive tackle who can be very effective as the nose tackle in a 4-3 or 3-4 defense. His versatility actually makes him ideal for any of the three defensive line positions in a 3-4 defense. He is a good athlete, and with improved hand use and playing with bent knees and leverage more consistently, he will be able to make/disrupt many more plays than he currently does and will still be a strong force at the point of attack vs. inside runs. Overall, Stanley will most likely slide in the draft because he is not a big playmaker but he will develop into a good starting defensive tackle who can stack the point of attack vs. run blocks, disrupt inside runs, get some pressure on the quarterback and chase down ball carriers in backside pursuit. He will need a season or two as a backup before he becomes the player he is capable of.
  18. dstew60105

    dstew60105 Active Member

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    Good value. Training camp fodder.
  19. peppersquad

    peppersquad Member

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    Apparently needs to be kicked in the rear to get his head on straight.

    BParcells project.
  20. LaTunaNostra

    LaTunaNostra He Made the Difference

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    See the NFL Network clips on him?


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