To start Jeff Fisher never, ever had autocratic control of our drafts. Ever! So there was never a so called Fisher draft. The old Reese-Fisher days as i remember them involved getting players with speed and athletic ability who might not have been outstanding college players. The results were mixed. Wright is not a Reese-fisher type guy not because they hated WRs that much but because the guy Reese liked was a guy like Stephen Hill. Really big and really fast. Remember Calico? Zach Brown is EXACTLY THE TYPE OF LINEBACKER WE LIKED. It was all about speed first. We had a defensive coordinator last year who talked about getting bigger and better against the run. Well Zach Brown doesn't fit that mold at all. We drafted for his 40 time the same thing Reese would have done! Bulluck-Keglar-Mcgrath all drafted for their foot speed. Sensabaugh is another Reese-Fisher type guy. Not a top CB in the ACC at all but his workout times were like that of a first rd pick. His workout got him drafted. Reese did this all the time. By the way isn't Cameron Wimbley just like the type of DEs that we had in the Fisher era? Speed rusher coming from that gap 9? Speed was the main theme of this draft which is what Reese-Fisher always looked for. How is it that different?