The Plan

Discussion in 'Draft Zone' started by VACowboy, Jan 11, 2006.

  1. VACowboy

    VACowboy Well-Known Member

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    All that's left for me this football season is to root against the Skins, and I love the draft anyway, so I'll give this a preliminary shot.

    Free Agency
    LeCharles Bentley (C) - I know. N.O. may franchise him and his price may be high, but he's young, good and would solidify the center of the offensive line for years.
    Kevin Barry (OT) - Again, he's young and he's a mauler, and I know that he needs some work on his pass protection, but he has huge upside. He'd come cheaper than the big name tackles too. Pencil him in at RT.
    Ryan Longwell (PK) - He's consistent in Green Bay weather and will come cheaper than either of the V's.

    Trade down from 18 to the end of the first for a two and a four.
    1>Ahmad Brooks (ILB) - If this happens it's because Parcells gets assurance from Groh that Ahmad's issues were blown out of proportion. I'm betting that way. That being the case, Brooks would be a steal in this spot.
    2>Ko Simpson (FS) - He had a little bit of a disappointing sophomore season but he was all-world as a freshman. He has size and skills, hits HARD and hawks balls. He'd be the perfect compliment to Roy.
    2>Tatusi Lutui (G) - He's big and he's mean and he will maul whoever's in front of him. This guy is a monster, huge, but he can pull and play in space too. He'd make a heck of a backup on both sides as he prepares to take over for LA in '07.
    3>Todd Watkins (WR) - At 6-3 and 190, he's a big target who can run fast and stretch the field. On a team filled with wideouts he was third in receptions but second in yards, and led the team in TDs (9) as well as YPC (13.8).
    4>Jason Hunter (OLB) - Hunter's position at Appalachian State can best be described as "hell-raiser." A 6-4, 235 pound defensive end, Hunter was second on the team in tackles with 101 (*24* for a loss), had 13 sacks, an interception and four passes defensed. This is a tremendously athletic small school defensive end who was also productive and can play in space. Could make a superb strong-side playmaker in Parcells' 3-4.
    5>Marques Hagans (WR/KR) - Hagans played QB at Virginia in '04 and '05, throws a great deep ball and was probably the most difficult sack in the ACC because of his athleticism and extreme elusiveness. Marques was also Matt Schaub's best receiver in '03. He'd make a great slot receiver and instantly solve the Cowboys' punt return problems.
    6>Justin Holland (QB) - He has good size (6-3), a cannon for an arm and throws accurately. He moves well and his mechanics are classic. He's not a big name player but he has all the tools.

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