2012 Draft Prospects

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  1. xpmar9x

    xpmar9x Vote for Pedro

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  2. steverife

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    I was actually talking about offsides and things like that as much as the personal fouls.
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  3. xpmar9x

    xpmar9x Vote for Pedro

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    Some other guys I like:

    -Peter Konz, C, Wisc, 6'5 313
    -Alameda Ta’amu, DT, Wash, 6'3 335
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  4. The Playmaker

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    I'm a fan of going OG/C in the 1st then hopefully having Ray-Ray or one of the Bama S's fall to us in the 2nd.
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  5. griff33daddy

    griff33daddy Special Teams Standout

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    #1 player on my board is richardson....but being realistic as cj nut swingers and the front office will hate to agreee with me....cj isnt the kind of back that we need....we need one that can get in done all around such as ray rice or ryan matthews...in between the tackles and outside...not just outside...

    number 2 for me though would be this...full first 3 rounds of the draft assuming we pick in the 20-25 range

    1. jerel worthy if marks is cut and klug is starting d-end(i would love coples but unless we trade up big time we wont get him and im trying to be realistic)
    2. o-lineman either center or guard
    3. i think we take jones i like the video i would even take him in the 2nd if i had to and take lineman in the 3rd...

    but that all depends on free agency and a whole bunch of other things too as of now its just a bunch of our opinions
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  6. xpmar9x

    xpmar9x Vote for Pedro

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    Ryan Mathews? lol

    But on a serious note, I doubt we take a RB. I agree with you though, Titans need a brusing back. Not sure if Harper is the guy for job. CJ has amazing speed, and the defenses respect it, but id like a bruiser to come in and get 5-8 carries to wear down that front 7
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    If we spend a first round pick on a RB I am going to throw my TV out of a window. Backs are a dime a dozen, and we already have three good ones...Not to mention how many teams can do it with just one back now? The Vikings?
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  8. ScotTitan

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    Once again X, we have very similar tastes in prospects.

    Konz is my pick of Centers so far in the draft class. I like Brewster and Glenn but Konz hopefully will be terrific value in the 2-3rd round.

    Ta'amu I'm not as keen spending a 1st rounder on him as he wont last till our second rounder.

    My VERY earlier draft hopes are.

    1. Vontaze Burfict (LB) ASU, 6'3 245lbs
    2. Ray Ray Armstrong (SS) Miami 6'4 216lbs
    3. Peter Konz (C) Wisc, 6'5 313lbs
    4. Dwight Jones (WR) UNC, 6'4 225lbs
    5. Kevious Watkins (OG) South Carolina, 6'4 320lbs
    6. Renard Williams (DT) Eastern Washington 6'1 300lbs
    7. Brian McNally (DE) UNH 6'3 260lbs

    Fix the O'line with Konz and Watkins. Add a decent SS prospect. Add an impact Linebacker who will scare people and that also compliments our future linebacking core. Give Locker another big target in Jones. Take another sleeper picks on the Dline.
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  9. Carp

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    My order of first rounders by need:

    1. Justin Blackmon , WR OK State - great talent. #1 caliber WR.
    2. Melvin Ingram, DE/DT South Carolina - I like him better than Taylor even. He's been a dominating force so far, and is quickly improving his draft status. I really, really, really like this guy.
    3. Alshon Jeffrey, WR South Carolina - Another great talent at WR.
    4. Vontaze Burflict, LB AZ Statr - Probably the best LB available. With Ruud likely a 1 year player, we'll need LB help.
    5. Luke Kuechly, ILB Boston College - Ceiling is llikely ower than Burflict, but he has great instincts and is more likely to reach his ceiling. A very safe bet to be a good (albeit not great) NFL player.
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  10. ScotTitan

    ScotTitan Special Teams Standout

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    Nice list Carp.

    I like the look the look of Ingram as well, He would be a great fit for our system as well. However we have two legit DE's in Jones and Morgan. Jones needs a new contract then there is no advantage to taking Ingram in the first. An all-american LB like Kuechly or Burfict takes us closer to a SP IMO. Blackmon and Jeffrey would be be awesome.
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