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Old 12-07-2012, 04:48 PM
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Really, I've yet to hear 1 person acknowledge what the significance of this day is...

1. Kansas City: Geno Smith - QB - WVU
2. Jacksonville: Jarvis Jones - OLB - UGA
3. Oakland: Manti Te'o - MLB - ND
4. Philadelphia: Luke Joeckel - OT - TA&M
5. Carolina: Star Lotulelei - DT - UTAH
6. Buffalo: Matt Barkley - QB - USC ***SD TRADE DOWN 5 SPOTS***
7. Cleveland: Damontre Moore - OLB/DE - TA&M
8. Tennessee: Dee Milliner - CB - ALA
9. Arizona: Tyler Wilson - QB - ARK
10. Detroit: Bjoern Werner - OLB/DE - FSU
11. San Diego: Jake Matthews - OT - TA&M
12. New Orleans: Jon Hankins - NT - OSU
13. Miami: Keenan Allen - WR - CAL
14. New York: Barkevious Mingo - OLB/DE - LSU
15. St. Louis: Taylor Lewman - OT - MICH
16. Tampa Bay: Johnathon Banks - CB - MISS ST
17. St. Louis: Justin Hunter - WR - TENN
18. Dallas: Chance Warmack - OG - ALA
19. Minnesota: Sheldon Richardson - DT - MIZZOU
20. Cincinnati: C.J. Mosley - OLB - ALA
21. Pittsburgh: Jon Jenkins - NT - UGA
22. Seattle: Tyler Eifert - TE - ND
23. New York: Sam Montgomery - OLB/DE - LSU
24. Indianapolis: Xavier Rhodes - CB - FSU
25. Chicago: Alec Ogletree - MLB - UGA
26. Green Bay: Barrett Jones - OG/C - ALA
27. Denver: Kenny Vaccaro - S - TEX
28. Baltimore: Dion Jordan - DE/OLB
29. San Francisco: Eric Reid - S - LSU
30. New England:Terrance Williams - WR - BAY
31. Atlanta: Alex Okafor - DE - TEX
32. Houston: Robert Woods - WR - USC

rest of draft:

2a. Joseph Randle - RB - OKST

2b. T.J. McDonald - SS - USC

3. John Simon - DE - OSU

4. Sanders Commings - CB - UGA

5. Xavier Nixon - OT - UF

6a. Dan Buckner - WR - ARI

6b. Michael Williams - TE - ALA
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Old 12-07-2012, 04:54 PM
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Only pick I really like is the TE pick. Every other pick you have their are better available in those rounds IMO.
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That's really solid. i don't know if Simon lasts that long, but I bet Mcdonald could. I'd really welcome this draft.
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Old 12-07-2012, 07:53 PM
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That's really solid. i don't know if Simon lasts that long, but I bet Mcdonald could. I'd really welcome this draft.
Simon could go in about any round and it would not surprise me. He doesn't have the size that NFL scouts look for in a DE and does not have the speed that scouts look for in a rush OLB. That being said the guy is a football player, a hard worker with a relentless playing style, and by all accounts is the type of guy that every coach would love to have on their team.
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Simon could go in about any round and it would not surprise me. He doesn't have the size that NFL scouts look for in a DE and does not have the speed that scouts look for in a rush OLB. That being said the guy is a football player, a hard worker with a relentless playing style, and by all accounts is the type of guy that every coach would love to have on their team.
He is also entirely maxed out on his frame.
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He is also entirely maxed out on his frame.
You'd think that because he's such a gym rat, but I could see him getting to James Harrison size if he keeps at it. However, I think the other poster hit the nail on the head; he's just limited physically, but his work ethic is what you want in every player on your team.
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Not sure Simon makes it to 3, but that is a good draft.
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You'd think that because he's such a gym rat, but I could see him getting to James Harrison size if he keeps at it. However, I think the other poster hit the nail on the head; he's just limited physically, but his work ethic is what you want in every player on your team.
He cannot possibly continue to add to his frame.
If he does, just cut him then. Believe it or not, it is possible to be too muscular in football. It is a concern with him now.
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TJ McDonald can't cover or tackle just watch the Notre Dame game. I like the rest of the players other than where you have them drafted.
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TJ McDonald can't cover or tackle just watch the Notre Dame game. I like the rest of the players other than where you have them drafted.
I think his coverage skills are just okay but I'm not totally sold on him as our safety. Where his stock is right now I just believe there may be a better talent in my opinion. I wouldn't be upset if we picked him in the 4th.
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