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D Line thread

Discussion in 'Draft Zone' started by CATCH17, Sep 24, 2013.

  1. CATCH17

    CATCH17 1st Round Pick

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    Can someone give a list of guys to watch?

    I don't know who are the top DL this year outside of Clowney. I saw a kid at Michigan who looked really good. Actually 2. # 57 and 76 and I have no idea if they are highly rated prospects.
  2. Displaced Cowboy

    Displaced Cowboy Well-Known Member

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    Some of the other top names:

    Anthony Barr - UCLA
    Dominique Easley - Florida
    Louis Nix - Notre Dame
    Anthony Johnson - LSU
    Ra'Shede Hageman - Minnesota
    Khalil Mack - Buffalo
    Will Sutton - Arizona State
    Stephon Tuitt - Notre Dame
    Jackson Jeffcoat - Texas
    Daniel McCullers - Tennessee

    Not all of these guys are good fits for a 4-3 or for Monte's system in particular.

    If your expectation is Dallas goes on to have a good season and is picking later in round 1 i would focus on Mack as someone who would be available in the bottom half of round 1 as a 4-3 end. Johnson & Hageman are late 1 DT's.
  3. RS12

    RS12 Well-Known Member

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    1.Will Sutton-Arizona State-6'1-305-1st
    2.Daniel McCullers-Tennessee-6'7-351-2nd
    3.Dominique Easley-Florida-6'2-283-2nd
    4.DaQuan Jones-Penn State-6'6-320-2nd
    5.Ra'Shede Hageman-Minnesota-6'6-311-2nd
    6.Aaron Donald-Pittsburgh-6'0-285-2nd
    7.Taylor Hart-Oregon-6'6-292-2nd
    8.Calvin Barnett-Oklahoma State-6'2-300-4th
    9.Kerry Hyder-Texas Tech-6'2-280-4th
    10.Caraun Reid-Princeton-6'2-305-4th


    1.Morgan Breslin-USC-6'2-255-2nd
    2.Jackson Jeffcoat-Texas-6'4-250-2nd
    3.Ben Gardner-Stanford-6'4-274-2nd
    4.Chris Smith-Arkansas-6'3-266-2nd
    5.James Gayle-Virginia Tech-6'4-225-3rd
    6.Ed Stinson-Alabama-6'4-292-3rd
    7.Jake Snyder-Virginia-6'4-270-4th
    8.Chaz Sutton-South Carolina-6'5-263-4th
    9.DeAndre Coleman-California-6'5-311-4th
    10.Chris McCallister-Baylor-6'3-261-4th


    1.Anthony Barr-UCLA-6'4-255-1st
    2.Kyle Van Noy-BYU-6'3-245-1st
    3.Khalil Mack-Buffalo-6'2-243-1st
    4.Christian Jones-Florida State-6'4-235-1st
    5.Jeremiah Attaochu-Georgia Tech-6'3-242-1st
    6.Trent Murphy-Stanford-6'6-262-4th
    7.Devon Kennard-USC-6'3-260-4th
    8.Jamil Merrell-Rutgers-6'4-255-4th
    9.Telvin Smith-Florida State-6'2-215-4th
    10.Joe Windsor-Northern Illinois-6'0-236-5th

  4. Irvin88_4life

    Irvin88_4life Well-Known Member

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    Kareem Martin UNC. Matter of fact watch UNC whole DL and OL. James Hurst OT handled Clowney pretty good.
  5. JeffInDC

    JeffInDC Well-Known Member

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    I'm just not feeling Martin AT ALL. In this D, we need DE's that can GET AFTER THE QB!!!!!!!!!!!!! Martin just seems like JAG. Give me a Trent Murphy, Chris Smith (Arkansas), Anthony Barr, Khalil Mack (Buffalo), Morgan Breslin, George Uko, Will Sutton................theses are guys that have produced and aren't just earning a draft grade on potential alone.
  6. Irvin88_4life

    Irvin88_4life Well-Known Member

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    That's fine I won't tell you that your wrong cause those guys you listed are like you said. I feel UNC has put proven talent in the pros from the DL. Quinn is a beast, Coples and Austin will come among. Sly Williams will show up big as well, I an confident that Martin can be that guy and with Marinelli the sky is the limit. Really wish Paige-Moss wasn't big headed because he was talented aswell
  7. RamziD

    RamziD Well-Known Member

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