GBN Draft mock

Discussion in 'NFL Draft' started by Big TT, Dec 9, 2006.

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  1. Gunny

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  2. DeutschTitan

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    I actually like the pick. Would be nice to have a all-around solid Linebacker core, even if we don't have a system that emphasises on it allot. Look at Seattle with Lofa Tatupu last year...nuff said. Also, don't the Ravens use a 4-3 and they drafted Ray Ray pretty high in the first didn't they?

    P.S. (if both Seattle and Batlimore use a 3-4, disregard my statement)
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  3. Fry

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    lofa was a second round pick and lewis was taken in the mid 20's
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    Looking through the FA list, some interesting candidates for the FS position is Ken Hamlin and Deon Grant. However, it could be likely both are re-signed. Although with the draft being so deep in Safety, perhaps they could be easy targets. But would we go after these guys or do we stick with the likes of Fuller and Lowry?

    EDIT: Ok, so lewis wasn't picked high. I must be thinking of Arrington. Anyways, if we did select Willis, we cold possibly be at 20 or upper 20's - so no big difference. But still, who knows who will fall come draft day.
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  5. Gunny

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    We are picking #32
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  6. PAtitansfan53

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    I hope Reggie Nelson is there whenever we pick. The kid can play the run and pass and lays the lumber. He scared a Georgia WR so bad he fell over right in front of RN to avoid a hit and broke the TE's jaw now thats how a safteyshould play not how LT plays.

    RN rumored to run in the 4.3's to low 4.4's along with great coverage skills.
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  7. Fry

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    i think it's the third play
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  8. Gunny

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    I am all for another dread in the secondary.

    Guy can lay a hit.
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  9. Fry

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    definition of alligator arms

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  10. Yossarian

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    if we don't go WR in the first round I would def. go after Reggie Nelson.. although I thought he was a Junior
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