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Discussion in 'Draft Zone' started by Bob Sacamano, Feb 6, 2008.

  1. Bob Sacamano

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    22. Arizona CB Antoine Cason

    well-built corner who excels in zone-coverage, but is equally capable of playing in man, diagnoses plays very well, and is a playmaker in the secondary, also is an excellent punt returner

    compares to: Tampa Bay CB Ronde Barber

    28. Indiana WR James Hardy

    tall WR who is suprisingly smooth in his routes, a long strider who can get deep, has good hands, can shield corners w/ his big frame, as well as outjump most defenders for the ball due to his incredible height, an excellent play-maker at Indiana who averaged 12 TDs a year, including 16 his Junior year

    compares to: NYG WR Plaxico Burress

    2. Newberry OL Heath Benedict

    huge OT w/ great athleticism and quickness, slides well and can reach the 2nd level quickly, is versatile, could project to OG in the pros

    3. SJSU CB Dwight Lowery

    well-built corner who excels when keeping the play in front of him, as he diagnoses plays very well, an exceptional playmaker who racked up 13 Ints the last 2 years

    4. Georgia RB Thomas Brown

    compact RB w/ very good speed, vision and agility, is a capable receiver, a tough inside runner who can turn it outside, a playmaker, depth of RBs in this draft causes him to drop

    5. Virginia Tech OLB Chris Ellis

    pass-rushing DE w/ a good strength/speed ratio, adds immediate help on kick and punt-coverage units

    6. Tennessee S Jonathan Hefney

    super-quick, undersized S who matches up very well w/ slot receivers, is explosive getting to the ball-carrier, and taking him down, adds immediate help on kick and punt-coverage units

    7. Georgia C/OG Fernando Velasco

    huge, mauling C, who once he gets his hands on you, the battle is over, possesses adequate mobility, projects as a good in-line, drive blocker at OG as well, another player for new OL coach Hudson Houck to play w/

    booyahkasha!
  2. TheCount

    TheCount Pixel Pusher

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    I, like you, am considering dropping RB out of the 2nd round and looking at the 3rd, 4th or even later.

    I don't know if we'd draft two cbs in the first 3 rounds though or a tackle in the 2nd if we resign Flo.
  3. SDogo

    SDogo Not as good as I once was but as good once as I ev

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    Make that 3 of us thus the reason I have dropped RB out of my 1st day mocks for the Cowboys unless someone really drops. I can't see Jones giving Barber a big pay day (starter money) then turning around and drafting a RB to do the same. That's a lot of money tied up into the RB's when only 1 of them is going to see a mjority of the carries.
  4. Bob Sacamano

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    he could play OG, which is why I'm putting him in there, a 6'6" 320lb guard fits the Hudson Houck prototype
  5. ayjackson

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    I like the draft except for Newberry. I'd take an ILB like Bell or Wheeler in the second, myself.
  6. Bob Sacamano

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    22. Arizona CB Antoine Cason

    well-built corner who excels in zone-coverage, but is equally capable of playing in man, diagnoses plays very well, and is a playmaker in the secondary, also is an excellent punt returner

    compares to: Tampa Bay CB Ronde Barber

    28. Indiana WR James Hardy

    tall WR who is suprisingly smooth in his routes, a long strider who can get deep, has good hands, can shield corners w/ his big frame, as well as outjump most defenders for the ball due to his incredible height, an excellent play-maker at Indiana who averaged 12 TDs a year, including 16 his Junior year

    compares to: NYG WR Plaxico Burress

    2. Georgia Tech ILB Phillip Wheeler

    fantastic pass-rushing and blitzing inside LB w/ good physical tools, a terror in the backfield possessing incredible burst to the ball-carrier, is ok dropping back into coverage in a zone, played DE 1st and then MLB at GTech, recording a career high 9 sacks as a Junior and 4 INTs as a Sophomore

    3. SJSU CB Dwight Lowery

    well-built corner who excels when keeping the play in front of him, as he diagnoses plays very well, an exceptional playmaker who racked up 13 Ints the last 2 years

    4. Georgia RB Thomas Brown

    compact RB w/ very good speed, vision and agility, is a capable receiver, a tough inside runner who can turn it outside, a playmaker, depth of RBs in this draft causes him to drop

    5. Virginia Tech OLB Chris Ellis

    pass-rushing DE w/ a good strength/speed ratio, adds immediate help on kick and punt-coverage units

    6. Tennessee S Jonathan Hefney

    super-quick, undersized S who matches up very well w/ slot receivers, is explosive getting to the ball-carrier, and taking him down, adds immediate help on kick and punt-coverage units

    7. Georgia C/OG Fernando Velasco

    huge, mauling C, who once he gets his hands on you, the battle is over, possesses adequate mobility, projects as a good in-line, drive blocker at OG as well, fits the Hudson Houck prototype of huge, late-round players for the line
  7. DaBoys4Life

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    I don't think we would go WR in the first round. I don't like your choice of RB he i small and if your small like that you better be really fast or really strong he has average speed and prob average strength so i don't think we go there with him. I like the ILB pic because i feel thats a need for us but im bias towards Tavares Gooden. Your corners are a good pick and will fit in our system really nice. I don't think hafney is going to be there in the 6th
  8. Bob Sacamano

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    fair enough, but we have 2, 1st round picks, if WR is best value at one of them, do it

    it's a need as well

    5'8" 200 is very compact, he has already what successful backs want, a low-center of gravity, he's buit well too, and he's strong

    I like Gooden alot too, but if we get an ILB, I want one who can blitz very well, and Wheeler can

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