Discussion in 'Draft Zone' started by Nors, Jan 9, 2006.
If we cant get huff, ill take laron landry.
if he is good enough, i see us getting him in the 2nd also. according to those stats, he doesn't look to shabby
If it's not Huff or Ko I'm not even wasting my time on Landry. I would be more inclined to look at Jason Allen in the 2nd or 3rd depending oh his workouts and if he can workout or Pat Watkins in the 3rd.
Better yet, forget drafting a safety in the first day and jump all over Brian Iwuh or Nate Salley in day 2.
Hos, I'm going to agree with you on this one. I've watched Ko for the past two years. I've got some times to the University of S.Carolina and have had the pleasure of watching him play. I think his up side is enormous. He started last year for Holtz after missing most of spring ball. The guy is a real natural FS. A true ball hawk. However, he is very immature from a football stand point. He makes all of his plays of of instincts. He reminds me of Parcells quote about Derek Ross, Ko is very much a street ball player. I actuall think he and Ross played at the same high school.
This guy can play, but I don't think he is ready to play at a high level in the NFL. FYI - Brad Smith from MO carved up this secondary and Ko didn't make any big plays. Smith is notorious for staring WR down, yet Ko couldn't solve the mystery that was Brad Smith. JMO. In two years, he could be the best saftey from this draft class. I really do think he should have come back for one more season.
His stats are misleading. A lot of tipped balls and poorly thrown passes last year. The guy is good player, but I think he should have stayed another year. He played the pass better this year, but he did drop several int.
Lots of great depth in this draft.
I'm already salivating at drafting down and adding an additional first day pick or two. This draft is simply too deep not to come out with some good players.
Landry! Landry! Landry! :fogeys: