Risers-Sliders Week 6

Discussion in 'Draft Zone' started by RS12, Oct 7, 2013.

  1. RS12

    RS12 Well-Known Member

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    Darqueze Dennard/CB/Michigan State: Coming into the season I raved about Dennard, grading the cornerback as a potential second round choice. He’s a total player at the position and proved as much against Iowa, leading the Spartans defense with 8 tackles as well as intercepting 2 passes. Dennard is a physical corner with terrific ball skills and a defender who rarely makes mental mistakes. Pre-draft forty times will ultimately dictate where he ends up in next April but their no doubting his stock has improved.

    Deone Bucannon/DB/Wash State: There are a number of underrated defensive backs people are sleeping on, Bucannon being one of them. The hard-hitting safety has upped his game this season and put it all together in the win over California. Bucannon led the Cougars with 12 tackles while also intercepting a pass and breaking up another. Six games into the season Bucannon leads Washington State in tackles (56) and interceptions (4). The next three games on the Wazzu schedule include Oregon State, Oregon and Arizona State; three teams with legitimate NFL prospects at receiver. Bucannon lacks classic size/speed numbers yet will be a steal on the draft’s final day.

    Trent Murphy/LB/Stanford: Murphy has stepped up in big spots this season and Saturday’s game against Washington was no exception. He finished the contest with 2 sacks, 2.5 tackles for loss and deflected a pass which teammate AJ Tarpley intercepted as Washington was marching towards the end zone. Five games into the season Murphy has a combined 10 sacks/tackles for loss and another three quarterback hurries. He’s proven himself to be a force on the field and deserving of the top 75-selection scouts project him to be.

    Cyril Richardson/G/Baylor: There were a number of stars from the Baylor offense after the team posted 73-points and 864-yards of offense, including 617 in the first half alone, against West Virginia. Yet considering Baylor’s balanced attack (468-yards rushing, 396-yards passing) the offensive line, specifically Richardson, deserves much of the credit.

  2. dart

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    I think we have to wait on a OG we need a D line man so badly

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