Discussion in 'Draft Zone' started by Hostile, Oct 19, 2010.
Why would I mind?
It's just a courtesy question. What do you think?
I still like Stanzi and Foster.
Yep. Clayborn would be a holy terror as a 3-4 end. He'd be a great strong side 4-3 end and I think he could play tackle in certain 4 man fronts.
lmao. Is that cause they both beeee white? Leonhard of all people. haha.
I highly, highly, highly doubt Rodgers lasts that long. Especially when he runs a 4.3 at the combine.
Why'd you replace Williams with Mcdaniels? I prefer Williams but just interested as to why you switched them up. And I think Deunta is already a ballhawk.
I am pretty sure Quizz is only a Junior because I played against him when I was a senior in the state championship.
I also don't think that he will ever sniff the 7th round. He's way too good for that no matter how small he is.
Ricky Stanzi, QB, Iowa (Senior)
Projection: 4th-5th Round
Last Updated: September 4th, 2010
Strengths: Prototypical measurables – Elite leadership and intangibles - Unshakably confident – System experience is a huge plus – Effective on play-action and other fakes - Good arm strength – Improving accuracy - Throws very well on the run.
Weaknesses: Throwing mechanics from the pocket need work – Doesn’t step into every throw – Footwork and balance need tuned – Has a tendency to lock onto a receiver – Tries to fit the ball into tight spaces a bit too often – Decision making needs work.
56.3% Completion, 2417 Yards, 17 Touchdowns, 15 Interceptions
I watched the UNC Clemson game and just thought he moved so fluid that he is a more natural player. That was with possible rust from the layoff. Just liked what I saw a lot.
68.3 comp %
Assuming, we make the playoffs, and there is still a chance at that, but getting slim, Wisniewski wont be there when we pick, will be gone about mid 2nd round pick somewhere around 40th pick, so your going to have to be creative, and move up to get Stefen and some of your other picks. So far, I see the Cowboys picking based on their won loss record so far, anywhere from 11th pick to about the 25th pick. Settling in around the 17th pick. Even if we pick around there, your still going to have to trade up in each rounds to get players you mentioned, most of them are pretty good picks, but will be long gone about time we pick.
I am hopeful that we can get a 3rd or 4th round compensation pick for Flozell Adams, and a 6th to 7th for Ken Hamlin.
that would allow you to trade up in 2 to 3 rounds to get some good players, say about 7 to 12 spots higher, using the 3rd or 4th rounder, and other extra picks we have, if we do get compensation picks.
Finally, I still feel this team is still real close, but right now, needs some impact players in trades like we did in 1992 when we traded for charles haley and thomas everett safety from pittsburgh.
We need some playmakers like jimmy johnson used to call them like Haley and Everett were that took the ball away and made turnovers. What weaknesses do we have on this team now, players teams fear, and that make turnovers, hince haley and everett safety. I think we have the future safety on board in ansah, but sooner or later he has to play and get his feet wet at safety because alan ball isnt getting the job done.
I think you may have picks 1 & 2 flip flopped.
Wiz could go in 1 and Deunta 2 due to the suspension and his stock being lower than it otherwise would have been ala Dez.
Joe, we will not get any compensatory picks for them. We released them. They do not qualify for compensatory picks.
You beat me to it.
Almost 24 hours later I'm still waiting for an edit to include a kicker somewhere.
I kid I kid.
Love the Wisnewski and Foster picks.
Finally, someone besides me knows about him.
I don't think poor Joe will ever figure out how compensatory picks work... LOL...
I know about Foster. I watched UW a lot last year because Donald Butler, last year's 3rd round LB from there went to my HS.
I think we need more of an impact player at ILB.
Someone like Greg Jones or Kelvin Sheppard.
Besides Ratliff we have no playmakers up the middle.
I rather have Akeem Ayers*, OLB, UCLA
Height: 6-4. Weight: 252.
Ayers' game tape against Texas. He can drop in coverage, play the run, and really compete on the field. There is no denying his talent level, but when I watched his game against Washington State he was a little invisible and didn't make his presence felt enough. As a pass-rusher, he is a little overrated
than Greg Jones