Some guys I feel are going over looked

Discussion in 'Draft Zone' started by tm1119, Mar 15, 2007.

  1. tm1119

    tm1119 Well-Known Member

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    1. Lamar Woodley DE/OLB Mich- Despite that he doenst have the measurements or combine #'s this guy is a gamer. Could at the least come in and be a great 3rd down pass rusher. As a 2nd round pick he could be a huge steal. Reminds me of Dumervile from last year.

    2. Steve Smith WR USC- Again another guy who didnt wow at the combine(even though he ran a 4.44) but can flat out play. He may not be a #1 in the future but for a possible 3rd round pick who could turn into a very solid #2 guy for a long time is another steal.

    3. Andy Alleman OG Akron- A pure project player. He started his colleg career as a DE at Pitt., but transfered to Akron where he was moved to OG. He is 6'4 305 and was timed at just over a 5.0 40. He is very athletic and has more room to grow. Given a few more years to learn the position he could be a stud. Worth the risk as a 4th or 5th rounder.

    4. Doug Free OT/OG N.Illinois- 6'6 325 with quick feet and good mobility, was a former TE. 4 year starter who missed only a handful of games in his career. The only knock agianst him right now is his strength, he can get knocked back by stronger DE's. Scouts are calling him a much better prospect than former N.Illinois prospect, and current COlts starter, Ryan Diem. Has the potential to be a left tackle in the future. Again another 4th or 5th round project who could turn out great.

    5. Quincy Black OLB New Mexico- 6'2 240 with a 4.5 40 and a 40" vertical. Is physicaly a freak of nature who plays all over the field. Was a Juco transfer so is still a bit of a project. Great in coverage, but still needs to get a little stronger to play the run well. Had 114 tackles and 3 INT's in this senior year. Again another mid round project.

    6. Jonathan Wade CB Tenn.- 5'11 190 with a 4.36 40. Incredible athlete with great leaping ability as well. Has always been a bit of an under achiever, but has every physical tool to be a star CB. Started out at WR and only played CB for 2 full years. With some coaching on his technique he could turn into something special in a year or 2. Mid-rounder but could sneak into the 3rd beacuse of the upside, but well worth the risk in my opinion.

    7. John Wendling S Wyoming- Great size at 6'1 222 and also very good speed with a 4.48 40. Very agressive safety who is great against the run and more than above average in coverage. Has all the physical tools to be a good cover S, just needs some help with fundementals. A late day 1 pick that could turn into a starter very quickly.
  2. Bob Sacamano

    Bob Sacamano Benched

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    I really like Alleman, Woodley, Wade, Wendling and Free

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