Discussion in 'Draft Zone' started by RS12, Jan 24, 2013.
Probably true, but MaGahee has has a long career. A lot longer than I would of imagined.
Lissemore and Harris have been decent, but the last stud we got from the later rounds was Ratliff in the 7th several years ago
I haven't heard of any nerve damage on Lattimore. The state of surgery for knee reconstruction is remarkable.
It's possible he will be better than before when he finishes rehab.
I wouldn't be shocked if someone took him in rnd 2. Remember, McGahee still went in the top 25 after a similarly devastating injury
I'm thinking latter third of the first.
Your probably right, especially if he's even close to as prepared as he says. McGahee went in the top 25 and he missed his entire rookie season. If Lattimore can play at all, it'd be more than McGahee could have done, so your probably right on.
Maybe a team like the Falcons would go for him. Turner is likely not coming back, and Rodgers can't carry the load alone. If Lattimore could play 40% of the downs or so for them his rookie year, he'd be a great pick for them.
You've been in Atlanta too long.
I have, that's all I ever hear about. The local 24/7 sports station 92.9 is basically all Falcons for the last 6 weeks, so on my way to work thats all I ever hear about lol.
All we need is another often injured RB. No thank you
Injury history scares me. Great talent, just can't stay healthy. Sound familiar?