Discussion in 'Draft Zone' started by CowboyFan74, May 13, 2009.
Oh yeah you heard it here 1st, holla!!!:starspin:lombardi:
lol, dont think we will be picking that low in 1st round, with our star qb still intent on being a golf pro, more interested in that, than being the top dog QB of the dallas cowboys, dont see too much this year, since he is suppose to be the leader and he isnt;
its kinda like parcells said on an interview someone posted about romo with babe laufenberg comments;
parcells, i like the kid, he really is gutsy, tries hard, but sometimes he does things that i just want to kill him, in other words doesnt keep his head in the game or when he needs too, has other distractions he wants to do
i hope im wrong, but just dont see it with romo yet, especially when he says leadership is way thought of too much and you dont have to do that;
That's easy-- we trade our first and second, and probably an early pick in 2011 to move up to pick 5 and take Colt McCoy...
Wow-- who pissed in your corn flakes, Joe??
In a younger day, we called guys like you a "buzzkill"...
Geez, that would fit in with most of our draft picks this year. A huge reach.
Colt "Major Applewhite" McCoy will not be a Top 5 pick.
Also, if we are drafting 32nd, it probably means Tony Romo lit the world on fire and we definitely won't be taking a QB. I do realize you were joking.
I would think that if we are drafting 32nd, most of us will all be in a state of euphoria and won't care much. Sooner or later we are going to have to bring in a left tackle to replace Flozell.
I was, and I wasn't... Romo will be 30 when the 2011 season kicks off, this is about the time the Boys should be looking to find and groom his eventual replacment... and next year's draft class will feature some really intriguing QBs...
Who is coming out???
That still doesn't mean we take a QB in round 1. We still need guys who can contribute at other positions so we don't need to take a QB in round 1 next season (especially sine we just took one in round 4).
LMAO @ 32.
We'll have a top 10 pick at best top 5 pick most likely.
You are seriously played out. The act is old. Go to the Bills forum please. Your not welcome here.
this guy is my favorite
Adam Ulatoski, Texas
Height: 6-7. Weight: 310.
Sam Young, Notre Dame
Height: 6-7. Weight: 318
Anthony Davis*, Rutgers
Height: 6-6. Weight: 335.
Bryan Bulaga*, Iowa
Height: 6-6. Weight: 305.
I like my Tackles big over 6'6"
thats why I got this guy down here but one of the best
Ciron Black, LSU
Height: 6-5. Weight: 315
Russell Okung, Oklahoma State
Height: 6-5. Weight: 300
Meh, buncha lil fellas.
yea but I like atheltic abilty of
Adam Ulatoski, OT Texas
and give him a year of meat an taters he will be 340
1. Russell Okung, Oklahoma State
2. Trent Williams, Oklahoma
3. Ciron Black, LSU
PROBABLE NFL STARTERS
4. Bryan Bulaga, Iowa (Jr.)
5. Matt Reynolds, BYU (Jr.)
6. Anthony Davis, Rutgers (Jr.)
7. Adam Ulatoski, Texas
8. Charles Brown, USC
9. Sam Young, Notre Dame
10. Lee Ziemba, Auburn (Jr.)
11. Gabe Carimi, Wisconsin (Jr.)
12. Zane Beadles, Utah
13. Ed Wang, Virginia Tech
14. Carl Johnson, Florida (Jr.)
15. Joe Thomas, Pitt
BEST OF THE REST
16. Selvish Capers, West Virginia
17. Dennis Landolt, Penn State
18. Chris Marinelli, Stanford
19. Ben Ossai, Washington
20. Alonzo Durham, Nevada
21. Steve Schilling, Michigan (Jr.)
22. Kyle Hix, Pitt (Jr.)
23. Drew Davis, Alabama
24. Jason Fox, Miami
25. Chris Scott, Tennessee
Ciron Black altho I not a big fan of his
6’ 5”h 330 lbs.
Strengths: Size/Weight, Overall
Strength, Technique, Experience
Weaknesses: Speed/Quickness, Lateral Agility, Recovery
By Daryl Breault
Big, smart, tough and experienced, all of that adds up to the best OT in the 2009 college season. Ciron Black has a 40-game start streak dating back to his very first game of college football and is the unquestioned leader of LSU’s o-line. If he continues to play at his best, Black could hear his name called as the first o-linemen off the board in 2010.
Black has earned a 2008 All-SEC 2nd team picks by the coaches and media in 2008, was named to the Outland watch-list, was a 2007 All-SEC 2nd Team pick by the coaches and garnered First Team Freshman All-American honours from the Football Writers Association and College Football News, Sporting News 3rd Team Freshman All-American and Freshman All-SEC by SEC Coaches in 2006. Black stepped into the Tigers’ starting line-up right away as a redshirt freshman, playing the high profile left tackle position no less, and has one more season to add to an already decorated career.
At 6’ 5” 330 pounds Black is a tremendous run blocker who should immediately be an asset to an NFL team in this area. He has a hard first punch, likes to make first contact and can control once locked on. His arms are a good length and he’s thick with powerful legs. Black generally gets a good push and combo blocks very well. In pass protection, Black has a good, deep kick slide, mirroring the defender and walling them off. He could get better against speedier rushers but pits strength vs strength and can win that battle. He has greatly improved his footwork and hands, becoming very technically sound and uses technique to mask some quickness disadvantages. He’s pretty smart, works hard and should have no problem with picking up a playbook.
He may cap out as a RT which limits his ceiling and may keep him from going as high as his talent would suggest. He could stand to lose about 10lbs to enhance his speed and quickness and help him to better recover when beaten. Black doesn’t always show that and speed will give him fits. His technique helps him to keep even the best in check the majority of the time but focusing on slimming down and getting quicker will make him an even better player.
Black has the talent to be a premier LT in the NFL and a very high pick. He has great size and will keep getting stronger. If he does not find a home at LT, Black will at least be a great RT. He has another season to improve even more and showing that he’s in great shape, fully motivated once again and a dominating player on the field will send his stock soaring to a high 1st round pick
Watch a Texas game this year and see if
Adam Ulatoski, OT, Texas, 6-8, 330 A huge, reliable, seasoned lineman with 30 starts — 14 at left tackle and 16 on the right side.
hes the I draft for LT right know based on what I have seen
also watch Sam Young from ND 6-7 330
Jordan Shipley, WR, Texas (6-0, 200)
Left tackle Adam Ulatoski is an Athlon preseason first-team All-American who has started 30 games over the last three seasons. The mammoth 6'8" tackle was the top lineman on an offense that averaged 42.4 points and 475.8 yards per game
Jordan Shipley, Texas
Height: 6-0. Weight: 195.
Projected 40 Time: 4.45.
Projected Round (2010): 3-4
I am looking at
Dez Bryant*, Oklahoma State
Height: 6-2. Weight: 210.
Projected 40 Time: 4.54.
Projected Round (2010): Top 25 Pick