1. Are you a gamer? Come join us at GameNotOver.com
    If you are a gamer, then GameNotOver is your new home! Whether you are a PC, PlayStation, Xbox, Nintendo, mobile or web gamer, you will find other gamers to talk with on GameNotOver where you can get help, share reviews of the latest games and gaming technology or even wax nostalgic over the gaming days of old. Come join us and help us grow GameNotOver into a wonderful community for gamers!
    Dismiss Notice

Ladies and Germs

Discussion in 'Draft Zone' started by Randy White, Jan 26, 2010.

  1. Randy White

    Randy White Well-Known Member Zone Supporter

    6,146 Messages
    53 Likes Received
    just finished watching the first half hour of the Senior Bowl practice. As of 12:00 pm ET, my personal favorite for the Cowboys to pick, realistically speaking, in this draft was Patrick Robinson.

    Then I saw Mike Iupati


    WOW... !

    There's no doubt in my mind: WE MUST GET THIS GUY..

    Now, there's some good news and bad news. The bad news is that if he continues to practice the way he's been practicing, he might go top 15, top 20. He's THAT good. The good news is that they just put him at LT and he got destroyed, which means he's not really a Tackle material. He's not good in space and that might make him drop in the draft to the Cowboys.

    Also, another player that caught my eye was Kyle Wilson, from Boise ST. He's a tough little nut, who extremely physical at the LOS and doesn't backdown to anybody. Would be a terrific pick up in the 4th or 5th round, ala former BSU player Scanbrick.

    Cincinnati's Mardy Gilyard, WR, also showed some good talent. Very quick player, who's a real threat in the open field. Grab him in the 6th, or 7th round and he could be a REAL gem as a slot player.
     
  2. MarionBarberThe4th

    MarionBarberThe4th Well-Known Member

    13,486 Messages
    1,394 Likes Received
    Errr.... Wilson might go 2. Same for Gilyard
     
  3. garrett316

    garrett316 With the Lights Out, It's Less Dangerous Zone Supporter

    3,394 Messages
    1,716 Likes Received
    Gilyard in the 6th or 7th? With his ST ability I can't see him lasting past the 2nd round.
     
  4. Randy White

    Randy White Well-Known Member Zone Supporter

    6,146 Messages
    53 Likes Received

    Wilson ? Maybe late 2nd, but even that, I doubt it.

    Gilyard ? No way.. He's not top 4 round material. Anywhere from 5th to 7th round.
     
  5. MarionBarberThe4th

    MarionBarberThe4th Well-Known Member

    13,486 Messages
    1,394 Likes Received
    Both have return ability, that helps their stock.

    I have Gilyard as a 4th round grade imo right now. But hes ranked way higher
     
  6. texbumthelife

    texbumthelife Well-Known Member

    9,396 Messages
    5,248 Likes Received
    Didn't Scandrick go to Oregon St?
     
  7. Randy White

    Randy White Well-Known Member Zone Supporter

    6,146 Messages
    53 Likes Received
    I agree, but looking at their scouting reports, neither of them really have great upside, which is what teams look for when they draft smallish type players in the early rounds.

    I think 4th round is a bit high ( unless it's towards the end of it and the team picking him has multiple 4th rounders ).

    If he's going to make a living in the NFL it will probably be mainly as a return man and a slot receiver. Unless he's another Hester, which his scouting report doesn't really reflect, unfortunately for him, his type are common in the league. Now, he's making a good case to get drafted in this practices using his quickness, but I don't believe he'll go that high.
     
  8. Randy White

    Randy White Well-Known Member Zone Supporter

    6,146 Messages
    53 Likes Received
    Nope.. Boise ST.. 5th round draft pick.
     
  9. CATCH17

    CATCH17 1st Round Pick

    36,925 Messages
    14,549 Likes Received
    I wish.
     

Share This Page