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Discussion in 'NFL Draft' started by ImATitan, Apr 25, 2012.
It is going to be Stephen Hill. Remember this.
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Hightower, less someone slips through.
trade down and out of the first round?
0% we take him.
We aren't going to the let the combine influence our pick.
He's more than just a combine warrior, he was already projected high.
I can live with:
I can handle a reach with Coples, or Mercilus if the above are not there. Or possibly trading down for Perry, Konz, Worthy, Still, or Harrison Smith.
"They're are no reaches just players who can or can't help your team" -- Bill Walsh
Michael Brockers: Slips to us to pick 20, we take a chance on him for his high ceiling much like Albert Haynesworth coming out of college. He'll be able to help with the run, take on double teams, and disrupt the pocket exactly what Big Al did.
If Brockers is gone I want Nick Perry love the speed and size he put on still a little raw but is teachable.
Dear god please no.
Have you ever seen Hill play? Might be pretty hard considering he only had 28 catches in his final year.. Hill finished his three-year college career with 49 catches for 1,248. The dude is big and can run fast in a straight line and that's it.
He's overrated, his fast 40 is making him fly up draft boards like DHB. He's got NFL elite size and speed, but has a LOT to work on. I don't see him being anything better than a Danario Alexander.
Moving McCarthy to WLB would benefit us because of his durability issues. He played all three in college. It won't be a stretch to see that happen again with Hightower in the middle. In third downs I can see ayers coming off and McCarthy and Hightower sliding