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Discussion in 'NFL Draft' started by RollTide, Jan 27, 2014.
im gonna go ahead and call this one easley>clowney in the nfl....bold move but i think it will pay off cotton
Hageman lifted 32 times and Tuitt lifted 31 times.
Mayock does not even have tuitt in his top 5 as a DT or as a DE. How does he rank Dee Ford higher than Tuitt? He only ranks Hageman as the 4th best DT.
Hageman and Tuitt are the 2 best D-line prospects in the draft after Clowney.
easley from florida in the 2nd...steal of the draft boys and girls
Honestly, I don't see this kid getting drafted. He was above average at Florida, and he tore his acl twice. I would take him as an undrafted free agent, but that is it.
I don't know. He's only 6'2 288 and has had 2 acl tears. Maybe in the 2nd rd. He was a very good player before he got hurt.
Better suited as a 4-3 DT than a 3-4 end.
Mayock has him as the 5th best DT prospect he will be drafted.
Would you really use a 2nd on a guy who tore his acl twice? I wouldn't touch him until the 4th round. Too much risk.
Ok Ive made my decision, I want Aaron Donald at 11
If we were sticking with a 4-3, I would be fine with that, but I just don't know where he fits in a 3-4. You just don't see many 6ft. 280 lb 3-4 DEs. One knock on Casey converting to a 3-4 is his height or lack there of. That would be a fun inside pair to watch when we went to a 4 man front.
I still think Hageman looks like a pretty good fit. Guy is ultra athletic for his size and has the perfect frame for a 3-4 DE. Would love to have him and Ropati.
I am most concerned about us getting tougher up the middle. I don't think we have that run stuffing NT nor run stuffing ILBers.