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Discussion in 'Draft Zone' started by Bob Sacamano, Jan 27, 2009.

  1. Bob Sacamano

    Bob Sacamano Benched

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    2nd: Alabama C/OG Antoine Caldwell - 6'4" 307, 5.12 40

    looks squattier than his 6'4" 307lb. frame, and he gets down low to drive his man in the running game, has experience at both OG and C positions, with the strength and foot speed to excel at either one

    3rd: Iowa DE Mitch King - 6'2" 275, 4.74 40

    squatty, relentless down-lineman with a strong hand-slap, and a variety of pass-rush moves, provides high character to the locker-room

    4th: Hawaii DE David Veikune - 6'2" 255, 4.83 40

    aggressive, powerful DE who hustles getting to the QB and against the run, can cover the flat in a zone, has good explosion off the snap

    4th: Notre Dame FS David Bruton - 6'2" 210, 4.55 40

    chiseled, center-fielder type with good straight-line speed and overall athleticism, covers alot of ground in the deep-half, effective special team's gunner

    5th: Florida OT Jason Watkins - 6'6" 317, 5.22 40

    prototypical left tackle with long arms, has the quick feet to re-direct in pass-pro, and get out to the 2nd-level on run plays and screens, able to fill in at both left and right tackle

    5th: Central Arkansas QB Nathan Brown - 6'1" 217, 4.79 40

    mobile QB with good zip on short-intermediate throws, very accurate in the short passing game, will need time to develop

    6th: West Virginia CB Ellis Lankster - 5'9" 191, 4.53 40

    zone corner/safety tweener, plays best in off-cover, closes quickly on passes in front of him, does a good job of high-pointing and jumping up for poorly thrown balls, as witnessed in the Senior Bowl game, physical in the running game

    7th: Georgia DT Darryl Richard - 6'3" 306, 4.99 40

    strong interior prescence who holds his ground, intelligent player who moves well down the line, recognizes screens

    7th: tired
  2. Bob Sacamano

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  3. SLATEmosphere

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    Dont really like the Caldwell pick..I would rather pick a S or LB with that pick and move everyone down one spot. Hopefully King is there in the 4th. Doubt it though..would mind moving up to get him if possible. Reminds me of a Vanden Bosch
  4. Macnalty

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    Seems late to be getting to the Safety pick. I like the first two guys.
    Do you see anyway we can get this guy? At least anyway that fits our draft budget, Darrius Heyward-Bey WR Maryland. He certainly seems to be slipping. Of course he may be the Bowman of this years draft, have you heard any whispers or innuendos ? I know it just seems like he is a jewel that may be dropping into our zone.
  5. SLATEmosphere

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    I dont want a reciever before the 4th round. Too many area's to cover before then.
  6. Macnalty

    Macnalty Well-Known Member

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    I agree with other needs first, sometimes it hard not to look at the shiny fast car vs the dump truck and dream.

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