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29-04-2012, 21:56   #1276
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Who's getting first pick in 2013 then?

My money's on the Vikings and they'll go for Barkley
Browns or Jags for me, would probably go with the former due to what is an awful schedule.

Week 1: Sunday, Sept. 9, Philadelphia, 1:00 PM
Week 2: Sunday, Sept. 16, at Cincinnati, 1:00 PM
Week 3: Sunday, Sept. 23, Buffalo, 1:00 PM
Week 4: Thursday, Sept. 27 at Baltimore, 8:20 PM
Week 5: Sunday, Oct. 7, at NY Giants, 1:00 PM
Week 6: Sunday, Oct. 14, Cincinnati, 1:00 PM
Week 7: Sunday, Oct. 21, at Indianapolis, 1:00 PM
Week 8: Sunday, Oct. 28, San Diego, 1:00 PM
Week 9: Sunday, Nov. 4, Baltimore, 1:00 PM
Week 10: BYE
Week 11: Sunday, Nov. 18, at Dallas, 1:00 PM
Week 12: Sunday, Nov. 25, Pittsburgh, 1:00 PM
Week 13: Sunday, Dec. 2, at Oakland, 4:15 PM
Week 14: Sunday, Dec. 9, Kansas City, 1:00 PM
Week 15: Sunday, Dec. 16, Washington, 1:00 PM
Week 16: Sunday, Dec. 23, at Denver, 4:05 PM
Week 17: Sunday, Dec. 30, at Pittsburgh, 1:00 PM

They'll be lucky to get 2/3 wins out of that schedule imo.
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Who's getting first pick in 2013 then?

My money's on the Vikings and they'll go for Barkley
Did you watch them this season? They're record didn't sum up their season at all, they lost an awful lot of very close games and mostly due to Donovan McNabb sucking and teething problems for Christian Ponder. Add that they lost about half their starters on Defense to injury which left a completely decimated secondary. They have also just had a (consensus) very good draft.

Best case scenario is that Ponder shows all the good glimpses from last year consistently and they snatch a wildcard spot. Worst case scenario is he shows all the bad parts from last year consistently and they're in for a new QB next April. Either way they'll win 5 games minimum. The team is fine outside of QB. Favourable schedule also
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Biggest disappointment in this draft will be Maurice Claiborne. When your own coach trades down rather than draft you, things aren't looking good.

Worth the risk for a potential shutdown corner, but if he has the adjustment issues that everyone is predicting then it will be a big blow to that defence.
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The Ravens sign UDFA Kent State defensive tackle Ishmaa’ily Kitchen. He is a a 6-foot-1, 334-pound nose tackle.

What an apt name. The Fridge, The Freezer, now The Kitchen
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30-04-2012, 13:45   #1281
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Biggest disappointment in this draft will be Maurice Claiborne. When your own coach trades down rather than draft you, things aren't looking good.

Worth the risk for a potential shutdown corner, but if he has the adjustment issues that everyone is predicting then it will be a big blow to that defence.
As a Cowboys fan but also pointing out the reality of the situation , you are absolutely wrong , Mo Claiborne by most peoples reckoning on the consensus board , is the No 3 prospect. Only the two quarterbacks were ahead of him . The Browns were desperate for a runner to take pressure off theis future QB Weedon, the Vikes needed picks and also need a Left Tackle slightly more than a Corner and the Jags had to have Blackmon. That is why he slipped to 6 , which in itself was value for Dallas, that we had only to give a 2nd rd pick to the Rams is brilliant business to go up 8 spots

As to Claiborne not being picked by his own coach the Bucs traded to 7 for Barron . Is anyone actually saying that Barron is the stronger prospect , maybe in Tampa but not anywhere else. This is a reach by Schiano. Walther said it very well unless a prospect is Ed Reed or Eric Berry you dont draft one in the top ten . Barron is a classic thumper who struggles in coverage, Ed Reed loves coverage , and plays like an auxiliary corner who is as likely to intercept as a corner. Barron isnt this so i think there is little between him and Harrison Smith who is a reach at 29 . Claiborne is a shutdown guy.... on his second contract he will have to get Brandon Carr money , Barron will be getting Safety , a difference of 5 mill a year at least ....btw the Rams great pick of Janoris Jenkins is going to put egg on Bengal and Patriot faces ...great corner
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Would have liked Claibourne at the Bucs and was a little dissapointed we missed out. But we have to look at the bigger picture here, that trade enabled us to jump back into the first round to take Martin and also enabled us to move up from 3rd round to take L David, one of these two was tipped to go to us in the 2nd and becasue of trade in 1st round we were able to get both.

Great piece of business in my opinion, obtaining 3 starters in need positions.

Although i still am a fan of Claibourne but was very happy the way it panned out.
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Dan Di Lella has been offered a tryout for the Jets. Pity that he went undrafted when rumours had someone drafting him in the 7th or taking him as a UDFA.

Still its a shot for the guy who had no football future only 3 months ago. Hope he makes it to a roster or practise squad this year. (Hopefully not the Jets as no-one ould wish that circus on a rookie)


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Matt Simms signed with the Titans. Hopefully he can make it as a back-up QB.
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Matt Simms signed with the Titans. Hopefully he can make it as a back-up QB.

You sure? Think he is having tryout with the Jets this week
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Here is a full list of UDFAs to this point. Patriots have been very quiet. Seems like they are happy with their lot. Eagles have been quieter than most too.
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AFC East

New England Patriots
Jeremiah Warren, OL, South Florida
Markus Zusevics, OT, Iowa
Marcus Forston, DL, Miami
Brad Herman, TE, Iowa
Matt Roark, WR, Kentucky
Buffalo Bills
Delano Howell, SAF, Stanford
Nick Sukay, SAF, Penn State
Shawn Powell, P, FSU
Ian Wild, SAF, Mercyhurst
Chris Douglas, RB, Missouri St
Aaron Corp, QB, Richmond
Chris Hill, CB, Virginia Tech
Garrick Williams, OLB, Texas A&M
Paul Madsen, OL, Colorado St
David Snow, C, Texas
Miami Dolphins
Jacquies Smith, DE, Missouri
Jonas Gray, RB, Notre Dame
Derrick Shelby, DE, Utah
Derek Moye, WR, Penn State
Kelcie McCray, S, Arkansas State
Jeff Fuller, WR, Texas A&M
Derrick Dennis, OL, Temple
Albert Evans, S, Purdue
Shelly Lyons, OLB, Arizona State
Jarrell Root, DE, Boise St
Derrick Shelby, DE/OLB, Utah
Josh Samuda, OL, UMass
Terence Brown, OL, BYU
Dustin Waldron, OT, Portland State
Myron Johnson, S, Arkansas Tech
Kevin Scott, CB, Syracuse
Kelvin Bolden, WR, Southern Miss
New York Jets
Damon Harrison, DT, William Penn
Ryan Steed, CB, Furman
Brett Roy, DE, Nevada
GJ Kinne, QB, Tulsa
Brian Linthicum, TE, Michigan State
Donovan Robinson, DE, Jackson St
Brody McKnight, K, Montana
John Cullen, OT, Utah
D’Anton Lynn, CB, Penn State
Donovan Robinson, LB, SC State
Marcus Dowtin, LB, Northern Alabama
Donnie Fletcher, CB, Boston College
Pashaun Brown, RB, Maine
Anthony Parker, OT Western Michigan
Josue Ortiz, DL, Harvard (TRYOUT)

AFC North

Cincinnati Bengals
Julian Miller, DE, West Virginia
Justin Hinton, WR, Indiana St
Vontaze Burfict, LB, Arizona State
Tony Dye, S, UCLA
Derrius Brooks, CB, Western Kentucky
Brandon Joiner, DE, Arkansas St
Kashif Moore, WR, UConn
Tyler Hansen, QB, Colorado
Rodney Stewart, RB, Colorado
Bubba Forrest, S, New Mexico
Emmanuel Lamur, S/LB, Kansas State
Ben Bojicic, OL, Bowling Green
Taveon Rogers, WR, New Mexico State
Cleveland Browns
Josh Cooper, WR, Oklahoma State
Jermaine Saffold, WR, Missouri St
Andrew Sweat, LB, Ohio State
Matt Cleveland, OT, Idaho
Antwuan Reed, CB, Pitt
J.B. Shugarts, OT, Ohio State
William Green, DE, Florida
Tashaun Gipson, S, Wyoming
Garth Gerhart, OL, Arizona State
Bert Reed, WR, Florida State
Emanuel Davis, CB, East Carolina
Mike Allen, CB, James Madison
Johnson Bademosi, FS, Stanford
LJ Fort, LB, Northern Iowa
Baltimore Ravens
John Brantley, QB, Florida
Charles Brown, CB, UNC
Austin Johnson, LB, Tennessee
Chyl Quarles, SAF, Wake Forest
Nick Jean-Baptiste, DT, Baylor
Deonte Thompson, WR, Florida
Nick Provo, TE, Syracuse
Devin Goda, WR, Slippery Rock
Chris Anzevino, C, Kent State
Chad Diehl, FB, Clemson
Antoine McClain, OL, Clemson
Bruce Figgins, FB, UGA
Bobby Rainey, RB, Western Kentucky
Jack Cornell, OG/OT, Illinois
Ishmaa’ily Kitchen, DT, Kent St
Elliot Henigan, DT, UAB
Alfred McCullough, OL, Alabama
Dorian Graham, WR, Syracuse
James Carmon OL Mississippi State
Justin Tucker, K, Texas
Pittsburgh Steelers
Brandon Lindsey, LB, Pitt
Drew Butler, P, Georgia
Robert Golden, DB, Arizona
Marquis Maze, WR, Alabama
Desmond Stapleton, OG, Rutgers
Adrian Robinson, DE, Temple
Alex Tanney, QB, Monmouth
Grant Ressel, PK, Missouri
Ryan Lee, OG, Furman
Jake Stoller, DL, Yale
Connor Dixon, WR, Duquesne

AFC South

Indianapolis Colts
Micah Pellerin CB, Hampton
Jabin Sambrano, WR, Montana
Cameron Chism, CB, Maryland
Buddy Jackson, CB, Pitt
Chris Galippo, LB, USC
Matt Merletti, S, North Carolina
Griff Whalen, WR, Stanford
Antonio Fenelus, CB, Wisconsin
Jason Foster, OL, Rhode Island
Brian Stahovich, P, San Diego State
Hayworth Hicks, OL, Iowa State
Steven Baker, OL, East Carolina
Kevin Eagan, DE, Endicott
James Aiono, DT, Utah
Jacksonville Jaguars
Drew Nowak, DT, Western Michigan
Kevin Elliot, WR, Florida A&M
Lee Barbiasz, OT, Northern Colorado
Dontell Johnson, DB, Murray State
JK Schaffer, LB, Cincinnati
Ryan Davis, DE, Bethune-Cookman
Matt Veldman, TE, ND State
Antonio Dennard, CB, Langston
Mike Brewster, OC, Ohio State
Jarrett Boykin, WR, VTech
Long Ding, PK, Norwich
Joe Banyard, RB, UTEP
Donovan Richard, SS, South Carolina State
Taylor Allen, TE, Endicott
Raymond Carter, RB, Colorado State
Nelson Rosario, WR, UCLA
Chris Forcier, WR, Furman (TRYOUT)
Dan Hoch, OL, Missouri (TRYOUT)
Houston Texans
Desmond Marrow, FS, Toledo
Jerrell Jackson, SAF, Missouri
Shawn Loiseau, LB, Merrimack
DJ Bryant, DE, James Madison
Case Keenum, QB, Houston
Logan Brock, TE, TCU
Mario Louis, WR, Grambling St
Nate Menkin, OT, Mary Hardin-Baylor
Davin Meggett, RB, Maryland
Cody White, OT, Illinois St
Jason Ford, RB, Illinois
Loni Fangupo, DT, BYU
Dwight Jones, WR, North Carolina
Eddie Pleasant, S, Oregon
Delano Johnson, DE/OLB, Bowie State
David Hunter, DT, Houston
Tracy Robertson, DT, Baylor
Johnathan Grimes, RB, William and Mary
Greg Williams, LB, Pitt
Rennie Moore, DT Clemson
Phillip Supernaw, Ouchita Baptist, TE
Tennesee Titans
DJ Woods, WR, Cincinnati
Devin Aguilar, WR, Washington
Christian Scott, SAF, Texas
Alex Watkins, LB, Alabama
Nick Stephens, QB, Tarleton St
Chandler Burden, OL, Kentucky
DaJohn Harris, DT, USC
William Vlachos, OC, Alabama
Beau Brinkley, LS, MIssouri
LaQuinton Evans, WR, Southern
Brandon Barden, TE, Vanderbilt
Darryl Whiting, RB, Fordham
Gary Wilburn, CB, UConn
Chase Deadder, WR, Sacramento State
George Bias, OG, Stephen F. Austin

AFC West

Denver Broncos
Duke Ihenacho, S, San Jose State
Steven Johnson, LB, Kansas
Austin Wuebbels, OG, Missouri
Gerell Robinson, WR, Arizona State
Coryell Judie, CB, Texas A&M
Jerry Franklin, LB, Arkansas
Wayne Tribue, OL, Temple
Elliot Coffey, LB, Baylor
Anthony Miller, TE, Cal
Jamie Blatnick, DE, Oklahoma State
Mike Remmers, OT, Oregon State
Eric Page, WR, Toledo
Demario Pippen, RB, Tuskegee
San Diego Chargers
Phillip Payne, WR, UNLV
Michael Hayes, RB, Houston
Jarrett Lee, QB, LSU
Josh Linam, ILB, UCF
De’Andre Pressley, ATH, App St.
Eddie Brown, DT, Texas A&M
Paul Cox, WR, Miss Valley St
Christian Tupou, DT, USC
Mike Harris, OG, UCLA
Taylor Embree, WR, UCLA
Kyle Martens, P, Rice
Logan Harrell, DT, Fresno State
Paul Cox, WR, Mississippi Valley St
Mike Willie, WR, Arizona State
Sean Cattouse, S, Cal
Cordell Bell, OG, Mississippi State
Hubert Anyiam, WR, Oklahoma State
Nick Guess, LS, Tennessee
Charles Burton, OG/OT, Montana
Jason Barnes, WR, South Carolina
Greg Gatson, CB, Arkansas
Kansas City Chiefs
Tysyn Hartman, S Kansas State
Justin Cheadle, G Cal
Nate Eachus, RB Colgate
Josh Bellamy, WR Louisville
Brandon Kinnie, WR Nebraska
Jean Fanor SS Bethune-Cookman
Taylor Gentry, FB NC State
Terrance Parks, SS Florida State
Tim Biere, TE, Kansas
Neiko Thorpe, DB, Auburn
Ethan Johnson, DE, Notre Dame
Dexter Heymen, LB, Lousiville
Cam Holland, OL, North Carolina
David LeGree, QB, Hampton
Dominique Ellis, CB, SC State
James Winchester, LS, Oklahoma
Oakland Raiders
Marqutte King, P, Fort Valley State
Aaron Henry, S, Wisconsin
Dominique Hamilton, DT, Missouri
Chaz Powell, CB, Penn State
Thomas Mayo, WR, Cal (Pa)
Lucas Nix, OG, Pitt
Conroy Black, CB, Utah
Dan Knapp, OL, Arizona State
Derek Carrier, TE, Beloit
Mario Kurn, LB, San Diego
Kaelin Burnett, DE, Nevada
Brandon Carswell, USC, WR
Rod Streater, WR, Temple
Ralph Guidry, DT, Kansas State
Corey Gatewood, CB, Stanford
Darius Nall, DE, UCF (TRYOUT)

NFC East


Dallas Cowboys
Darrell Scott, RB, USF
Troy Woolfolk, CB, Michigan
Ronald Leary, OG, Memphis
Jeff Adams, OT, Columbia
Taylor Dever, OT, Notre Dame
Adrian Hamilton, DE, Prairie View A&M
Aston Whiteside, LB, Abilene Christian
Levy Adcock, OT, Oklahoma State
Eddie Whitley, FS, VTech
George Bryan, TE, North Carolina State
Andrew Szcrerba, TE, Penn State
Isaac Madison, CB, Arkansas
Lionel Smith, CB, Texas A&M
Lance Dunbar, RB, North Texas
Cole Beasley, WR, SMU
Tyrone Novikoff, OT, Idaho
Charley Hughlett, LS, UCF
Philadelphia Eagles
Cliff Harris, CB, Oregon
Phillip Thomas, CB, Syracuse
Emil Igwenagu, TE, UMass
Matt Camilli, LS, UTEP
Damaris Johnson, WR, Tulsa
Chris Polk, RB, Washington
Chase Ford, TE, Miami
New York Giants
Janzen Jackson, S, McNeese State
Matt Broha, DE, Louisiana Tech
Damian Davis, WR, Mary Hardin-Baylor
David Douglas, WR, Arizona
Adwale Ojomo, DE, Miami
Julian Talley, WR, U Mass
Joe Martinek – FB, Rutgers
Jojo Nicolas, S, Miami
D’Angelo McCray, OL, Memphis
Stephen Goodin, OG, Nebraska-Kearney
Washington Redskins
Eain Smith, S, WVU
Michael Shaw, RB, Michigan
Chase Minnifield, CB, Virginia
Lance Lewis, WR, ECU
Brian McNally, DE, New Hampshire
Darius Hanks, WR, Alabama
Lenny Creer, RB, La Tech
Vaughn Meatoga, DT, Hawaii
DJ Holt, LB, Cal
Grant Garner, C, Oklahoma State
Kerby Long, WR, James Madison
Josh Oglesby, OL, Wisconsin
Dwayne Frampton, WR, Arkansas State
Marcus Hyde, DE, William & Mary (TRYOUT)

NFC North

Chicago Bears
Ronnie Cameron, DT, Old Dominion
James Brown, OL, Troy
Trevor Coston, S, Maine
Chris Summers, WR, Liberty
Jake Anderson, OT, Akron
Ronnie Thornton, LB, Southern Miss
Adrien Cole, LB, LA Tech
Tyler Holmes, LB, UMass
Kyle Wojta, LS, Wisconsin
Alvester Alexander, RB, Wyoming
Adonis Thomas, RB, Toledo (TRYOUT)
Detroit Lions
Derek Dimke, K, Illinois
Kellen Moore, QB, Boise State
Patrick Edwards, WR, Houston
J.C. Oram, OG, Weber St
Rodney Austin, OG, Elon
Carmen Messina, LB, New Mexico
Ronnie Sneed, ILB, Kentucky
Quinn Barham, OL, Penn St
Jared Karstetter, WR, Washington St
Michael Cosgrove, DT, Idaho
Monte Lewis, DE, Jacksonville St
Sam Proctor, SAF, Oklahoma
Alex Gottlieb, TE, William & Mary
Green Bay Packers
Dale Moss, WR, South Dakota St
Darius Reynolds, WR, Iowa State
Sean Richardson, SAF, Vanderbilt
Marcus Rivers, WR, Buffalo
Nic Cooper, RB, Winston-Salem
Eric Lair, TE, Minnesota
Randy Colling, NT, Gannon
Dezman Moses, DE, Tulane
Dion Turner, DB, Southern Utah
Marc Tyler, RB, USC
Tommie Draheim, OL, SD State
Duane Bennett, RB, Minn
Cameron Ford, TE, Wake Forest
Don Barclay, OL, West Virginia
Drew Vanderlin, TE, Michigan Tech
David Nadeau, K, Minn-Duluth (TRYOUT)

NFC South

Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Leonard Johnson, CB, Iowa State
Zach Collaros, QB, Cincinnati
Dan Persa, QB, Northwestern (WORKOUT)
Sean Baker, SAF, Ball State
Morkeith Brown, DE, Temple
Tyler Shoemaker, WR, Boise State
Mike VanDerMeulen, OL, Toledo
Brandon Herron, LB, Michigan
Chaz Hine, OG, South Florida
Tramaine Thomas, S, Arkansas
Adonis Thomas, RB, Toledo (TRYOUT)
Atlanta Falcons
Patrick Schiller, LB, Northern Illinois
Josh Harris, LS, Auburn
Cory Pearcy, WR, Huntington
Lamark Brown, WR, Minn-Mankato
Tyler Horn, OC, Miami
Chad Faulcon, SAF, Montclair St
Casey Therriault, QB, Jackson St
Jerrell Harris, ILB, Alabama
Adam Nissley, TE, UCF
Louis Nzegwu, DE, Wisconsin
Dawson Zimmerman, P, Clemson
Micanor Regis, DT, Miami
Dominique Davis, QB, East Carolina
Bryce Harris, OT, Fresno State
Carolina Panthers
Ryan van Bergen, DE, Michigan
Rico Wallace, WR, Shenandoah
Wes Kemp, WR, Missouri
Jared Green, WR, Southern
Matt Reynolds, OT, BYU
Brenton Bersin, WR, Wofford
Will Blackwell, OC, LSU
Rico Wallace, WR, Shenandoah
Nate Chandler, DT, UCLA
Lyndon Rowells, RB, Humboldt St
Tauren Poole, RB, Tennessee
New Orleans Saints
Laron Scott, CB, Georgia Southern
Braylon Broughton, OLB, TCU
Johnny Thomas, S, Ok State
Travaris Cadet, WR, Appalachian State
Adarius Simmons, OT, ASU
Jerico Nelson, S, Arkansas
Jose Gumbs, S, Monmouth
Tyrunn Walker, DL, Tulsa
Kadarron Anderson, ILB, Furman
Brian Folkerts, OL, Washburn
Jacob Byrne, TE, Wisconsin
DeOn’Tae Pannell, OL, Penn State
A.J. Davis, CB, Jacksonville St
Stephen Johnson, LB, Temple
Aaron Tevis, LB, Boise State
Chris Givins, WR, Miami (OH)
Kevin Hardy, WR, Citadel
Justin Aldredge, FB, Northwestern State

NFC West

Arizona Cardinals
Scott Wedige, OL, Northern Illinois
Jared Crank, FB, Purdue
Broderick Binns, DE, Iowa
Tevita Finau, DL, Utah
Tre Gray, WR, Richmond
Marcus McGraw, LB, Houston
Zach Nash, DL, Sacramento St
Richetti Jones, DE, Oklahoma State
Paul Vassallo, LB, Arizona
Jacory Harris, QB, Miami (TRYOUT)
Marc Wilson, WR, St. Anslem
James Nixon, CB, Cal (Pa)
Colin Parker, LB, Arizona State
Blake Gideon, S, Texas
Blake DeChristopher, OL, Virginia Tech
Conrad Obi, DT, Colorado
San Francisco 49ers
Brian Tymes, WR, FAMU
Nathan Palmer, WR, NIU
Al Netter, OG, Northwestern
Joe Holland, OLB, Purdue
Garrett Celek, TE, Michigan State
DaJuan Cofield, RB, San Jose State
Jewel Hampton, RB, Southern Illinois
Kevin Murphy, OT, Harvard
Michael Thomas, S, Stanford
Chris Owusu, WR, Stanford
Matthew Masafilo, DE, Stanford
Johnson Bademosi, SAF, Stanford
Kourtnei Brown, DE, Clemson
Patrick Butrym, DL, Wisconsin
Georgio Tavecchio, K, Cal
Tony Jerod-Eddie, DL, Texas A&M
St. Louis Rams
Matt Daniels, S, Duke
Jeremy Caldwell, CB, EKU
Cory Harkey, TE, UCLA
Matt Conrath, DT, Virginia
Alex Hoffman-Ellis, OLB, Washington State
Derrick Choice, OLB, Stephen F. Austin
DeAngelo Peterson, TE, LSU
Sammy Brown, LB, Houston
Austin Davis, QB, Southern Miss
Johnny Hekker, P, Oregon State
Joe Long, OL, Wayne State
Noah Keller, LB, Ohio
Jamaar Jarrett, DE, ASU
Jeremy Caldwell, WR, Eastern Kentucky
T-Bob Hebert, OC, LSU
Todd Anderson, FB, Michigan State
Travis Tripucka, LS, UMass
Calvin Middleton, RB, Jackson State
Seattle Seahawks
Jermaine Kearse, WR, Washington
Phil Bates, WR, Ohio
London Durham, CB, McNeese State
Rishaw Johnson, G, California (PA)
Sean McGrath, TE/LS, Henderson State
Jon Opperud, OL, Montana
Deshawn Shead, DB, Portland State
Monte Taylor, DE, Cincinnati
Lavasier Tuinei, WR, Oregon
Addison Lawrence OL Mississippi State
James Stampley, FB, LSU
Carson Wiggs, K, Purdue
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You sure? Think he is having tryout with the Jets this week
Hmm seemingly your right. Bad report on another Giants forum so.
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Dan Persa is a good pickup for the Bucs. Was a good player at Northwestern.
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As a Cowboys fan but also pointing out the reality of the situation , you are absolutely wrong , Mo Claiborne by most peoples reckoning on the consensus board , is the No 3 prospect. Only the two quarterbacks were ahead of him .
There was no way Claibourne was the no 3 prospect. He was at best no.5 on most boards, and a lot of people had Blackmon ahead of him. The Vikings, Bucs and Rams all couldve done with a corner yet all passed on him.

The clear consensus board after the college season was finished was 1. Luck 2. Kalil 3. Griffin 4. Richardson 5. Blackmon 6. Claibourne.

Griffin moved up a spot after people say how much teams were prepared to pay for him, and Blackmon's stock fell a bit
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There was no way Claibourne was the no 3 prospect. He was at best no.5 on most boards, and a lot of people had Blackmon ahead of him. The Vikings, Bucs and Rams all couldve done with a corner yet all passed on him.

The clear consensus board after the college season was finished was 1. Luck 2. Kalil 3. Griffin 4. Richardson 5. Blackmon 6. Claibourne.

Griffin moved up a spot after people say how much teams were prepared to pay for him, and Blackmon's stock fell a bit

Im not sure just shy of the draft that was the consensus , i would think Claiborne was slightly ahead of Kalil if not a tie with the large investment being made in Ponder meant that the larger investment had to be made in the Offensive Line

Certainly i heard very little argument saying Blackmon was the bigger talent.

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