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Old 02-01-2013, 06:15 PM
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1. Kenny Vaccaro, S, Texas - A younger, better Chris Crocker. One of the better cover safeties in the draft

2. DeAndre Hopkins, WR, Clemson - A playmaker opposite AJ, Gives the Bengals a great young WR group.

2. Kasheem Greene, OLB, Rutgers - One of the better cover LBs in the draft.

3. Christine Michael, RB, TA&M - Love his combination of size speed and footwork.

4. William Gholston, DE, MSU - Adds to the rotation. Has good upside.

5. Reid Fragel, OT, OSU - Takes Roland's place in the near future. Has the upside to eventually be Whit's replacement. Since he was a TE, he could actually catch a pass on the tackle eligible plays we use Roland in now.

6. Robbie Rouse, RB, FS - Adds a little speed to the backfield.

6. Shamarko Thomas S, Syracuse - Another option for depth at safety

7. (comp) Travis Howard, CB, OSU - Solid tackler and not bad in coverage. Not sure why CBS has him this low, but if he's there, I take him.
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Old 02-01-2013, 06:21 PM
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Like the first two players a lot even though I'm not sure we have to have a WR early this season. Would prefer Arthur Brown to Khaseem Greene but either one would be an upgrade at OLB. Michael seems like a decent RB but he will be around longer than the 3rd round. Better RB's in that spot would be Joseph Randle, Andre Ellington, or even Kenjon Barner. The rest of the draft looks just fine as well.
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1. Love it
2a. Like Hunter better, but would take it
2b. Love it
3. What JungleRock said, get a back with better value
4. I'm sure Zim can coach him up
5. Ok
6a. Good
6b. Sure
7. I guess you call that a late round steal
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1. Kenny Vaccaro, S, Texas - A younger, better Chris Crocker. One of the better cover safeties in the draft

2. DeAndre Hopkins, WR, Clemson - A playmaker opposite AJ, Gives the Bengals a great young WR group.

2. Kasheem Greene, OLB, Rutgers - One of the better cover LBs in the draft.

3. Christine Michael, RB, TA&M - Love his combination of size speed and footwork.

4. William Gholston, DE, MSU - Adds to the rotation. Has good upside.

5. Reid Fragel, OT, OSU - Takes Roland's place in the near future. Has the upside to eventually be Whit's replacement. Since he was a TE, he could actually catch a pass on the tackle eligible plays we use Roland in now.

6. Robbie Rouse, RB, FS - Adds a little speed to the backfield.

6. Shamarko Thomas S, Syracuse - Another option for depth at safety

7. (comp) Travis Howard, CB, OSU - Solid tackler and not bad in coverage. Not sure why CBS has him this low, but if he's there, I take him.
not too bad but i think i like David Bass better than Gholston. Some of you guys are going to wish we drafted him later on if we don't. 40.5 sacks in 4 years is good anywhere and he impressed at the senior bowl.
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1. Kenny Vaccaro, S, Texas - A younger, better Chris Crocker. One of the better cover safeties in the draft

2. DeAndre Hopkins, WR, Clemson - A playmaker opposite AJ, Gives the Bengals a great young WR group.

2. Kasheem Greene, OLB, Rutgers - One of the better cover LBs in the draft.

3. Christine Michael, RB, TA&M - Love his combination of size speed and footwork.

4. William Gholston, DE, MSU - Adds to the rotation. Has good upside.

5. Reid Fragel, OT, OSU - Takes Roland's place in the near future. Has the upside to eventually be Whit's replacement. Since he was a TE, he could actually catch a pass on the tackle eligible plays we use Roland in now.

6. Robbie Rouse, RB, FS - Adds a little speed to the backfield.

6. Shamarko Thomas S, Syracuse - Another option for depth at safety

7. (comp) Travis Howard, CB, OSU - Solid tackler and not bad in coverage. Not sure why CBS has him this low, but if he's there, I take him.
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