Discussion in 'Draft Zone' started by xwalker, Jan 3, 2013.
two words for your "charactor issues do not matter"
He had one DUI, I would hardly call that a character issue.
PROSPECTS WHO HAD A MIXED BAG
DE Dion Jordan, Oregon – When he was on the field, Jordan looked like his usual future-first-rounder self, but he was forced to the sidelines on several occasions, presumably because of a lingering shoulder injury that has limited him much of the season. With his lanky frame, durability will be a question mark moving to the next level and one of the few negatives against the athletic pass rusher
crossanother one of the list
Matt Elam if he comes out, im telling you guys this guy can cover slot receivers and can lay the boom on backs. Put him at free safety and move sensabaugh back to strong and all of a sudden we are lloking ok at the safety position. Then draft O-line in the second round
I am looking at Sharrif Floyd*, DT, Florida
Can he play in the 3-4 though?
Not only that, but I'd prefer an actual LINEMAN that can rush the pass. Our outside rush is fine, we need rushers up the middle.
Hell, I'd be happy with a NG that can push the center backwards. No fancy moves, no spin moves, etc... just a pure hardcore bull rush forcing the QB to take a step back so that Ware/Spencer can get the strip/sack.
A DE that can do that would be nice as well.
Same can be said for vaccaro. He covers the slot as well and in my opinion hits harder than Elam. Only thing that worries me is he doesn't always wrap up.
If it isnt a player like Wilfork, Ngata DL round one its a waste.
But Elam has played better competition , i will give you this i think vaccaro is a better pass defender but i don't know is he is as much of a play maker Elam is.
Margus Hunt. I don't think he'll be there as I am predicting he'll skyrocket up the board. I can see him going top 10.
is that list in order? Taylor Lewan would be much higher on my list, a matter of fact, I'm likely gonna disreguard him cause he's gonna go top 10 easy.
Really looks like Dallas could trade down and gain a pick and still come up with plenty of upgrades for the Offense and Defensive lines.
I see what your saying, but I think that Vaccaro has played against better passing offenses than Elam has. Big 12 likes to air it out.
Jesse Williams has been compared to Wilfork. I'd love to see us draft him in the first and Phillip Thomas in the second.
Phillip Thomas is a guy I'm looking at in the third. You think he will slide past the second?
Cooper or Williams, gotta fix the lines
Who compared Jesse Williams to Vince Wilfork?
As a freshman Wilfork registered 41 tackles (24 solo), 11 tackles for loss, 1 sack and 15 hurries.
As a sophomore Wilfork registered 43 tackles (19 solo), 15 tackles for loss, 7 sacks and 8 hurries.
As a junior Wilfok registered 64 tackles (31 solo), 11.5 tackles for loss, 6 sacks and 20 hurries.
Jesse Williams has 6.5 career tackles for loss, 1.5 career sacks, and 7 career hurries.
There is no comparison.
Bingo. There's every bit of a chance Warmack is there at 18.