Discussion in 'Draft Zone' started by tm1119, Mar 19, 2017.
I've got a bunch....
Jalen Tabor DB Florida
TJ Watt LB Wisconsin
Cam Robinson OT Alabama
Christian McCaffrey RB/KR Stanford
Sidney Jones CB Washington
Joe Mixon RB Oklahoma
John Ross WR Washington
Don't want Takkarist McKinley OLB UCLA either...
Sidney Jones. I have visions of Kevin Smith post surgery. Also dont want the U Conn Safety.
I don't want to see one of the TE's taken. It's not that I don't think they will be good but they would be of very little help this year and definitely not at the positions I want to see addressed.
I don't want to see the 29th best player or later taken at 28.
Harris. A pass rusher that relies on athleticism to win who isn't very athletic.
Njoku, not as athletic as advertised, not a good blocker and inconsistent hands.
1 guy? Hmmm a guy that has been mocked to us. Caleb Brantley
There is no way that Sidney Jones gets drafted in the first round.
At 28 pretty much anybody, we need to trade back and get an extra pick or two......
Charles Harris without a doubt.
This. Or Teez "Don't call me Jalen" Tabor.
Yes, him too. Any player who admits he tanks downs is off my board.
McKinley - athlete not football player
Lawson - unathletic
Moureau - soft
Ill be honest... I haven't followed this draft class as much as I have in years past so I don't really have a guy that im just completely against because honestly I just don't know enough.
The only thing I would be mad about is taking a player that is a need over another player that is better.
I don't want to take some ho hum DE or DB over a guy like Njoku. Now if you take a Peppers, Moreau, or someone like that i'd be ok with it.
I just think David Njoku is going to be ridiculously good.
We aren't drafting McCaffrey or Mixon at 28. It's just not happening.
Ross will be long gone by then. No way do teams pass up on a very productive WR that was coached by a great coach who ran 4.22 at the combine.
I doubt we'll draft an injured player either at 28. We save the injured 'redshirt' players for the 2nd round.
At the top of the red flag group: Carl Lawson