Next year's draft

Discussion in 'Draft Zone' started by TXCowboyVol, Aug 29, 2012.

  1. TXCowboyVol

    TXCowboyVol Active Member

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    Never too early to look ahead!

    Assuming we're picking at 32, any prospects come to mind?

    Should we go G/C, DL, OLB, FS? Something like that order?
  2. supercowboy8

    supercowboy8 Well-Known Member

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    It is to early to talk one position and a few players but I think and I will liat a few players that I like and will watch over the season later. ESPN has a good list
  3. fifaguy

    fifaguy Well-Known Member

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    :p: Would not be surprised if we go WR/RB in the first few rounds
  4. supercowboy8

    supercowboy8 Well-Known Member

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    This year looks good for WRs, OGs, Safeties, QBs, and Pass Rushers. All positions we need. But we still have an entire College and Pro football season and some of these top guys will fall off and there will be some guys that come from no where.
    Here are a few of the tops guys we should be looking at.
    ESPN and CBSsports have some good list right now.

    Top 3-4 OLBs
    Barkevious Mingo, LSU
    Jarvis Jones, Georgia
    Jackson Jeffcoat, Texas
    Sam Montgomery, LSU
    Brandon Jenkins, FSU

    3-4 DEs
    Magnus Hunt
    Bennie Logan
    William Gholston
    Everett Dawkins

    Johnathan Jenkins
    Star Lotulelei
    Sylvester Williams
    Johnathan Hankins
    Kawann Short
    Jesse Williams
    Anthony rashad White
    Montori Hughes

    Chance Warmack
    Jonathan Cooper
    Barrett Jones
    Larry Warford

    Khaled Holmes

    Justin Hunter
    Keenan Allen
    Robert Woods
    Marquess Wilson
    Aaron Dobson

    Kenny Vaccaro
    Shawn Williams
    Eric Reid
    Bacarri Rambo
    T.J. McDonald

    Marcus Lattimore
    Le'veon Bell
    Knile Davis
    Montee Ball

    Matt Barkley
    Logan Thomas
    Landry Jones
    Geno Smith
    Tyler Wilson
    Tyler Bray

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