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Discussion in 'NFL Draft' started by GLinks, Jan 28, 2010.
You wouldn't have even talked to him coming out of college after the career he had?
I posted this some place else on this site, I can't remember where but;
"Michigan DE Brandon Graham is trying to catch the attention of a team running a 3 -4 defense in the first round. At 6-1, 268 pounds, he knows he'll have to move from end to LB in the NFL. Graham said his transition to LB should be smooth because that's what he played until arriving in Michigan". -The Sports Xchange
If The Sports Xchange is correct with this, I'm not too sure the Titans would go after him. Possibly in a later round maybe. If Brandon thinks he will have to move to LB and he's right, he might be considered a project. As I said, he might be something to look at in a later round IF we want to take him as a LB.
Also heard Earl Thomas considers himself a CB at heart. Like him more then Haden at CB but either would be fine if we went that direction i guess.
I haven't found the time to research the CB situation. I feel as though the Titans will take a DE at #1 but, the Titans have surprised us in the past and they are extremely hard to predict.
There's a lot of DEs coming out in this draft. If we had a second round pick, my thinking would be different. I would go after a CB or a DT in the first, then go after the DE in the 2nd rd. Since we have no #2 pick, we have to go after 'need' with our #1 pick.
JUST UPDATING THREAD W/ SOURCE of planned meetings, etc. Make of it what you wish.
Dan Williams, DT, University of Tennessee
Kyle Wilson, CB, Boise St.
Jerome Murphy, CB, South Florida
Taylor Mays, S, USC
Harry Coleman, S, LSU
Corey Peters, DT, Kentucky
Ted Larsen, C, NC State
Patrick Robinson, CB, Florida State
Dexter McCluster, Ath, Ole Miss
Jerry Hughes, DE, TCU
Dennis Rogan, DB, Tennessee
Anthony Levine, S, Tennessee State
(they just attended pro day but I figure might as well put him on the list since we need S help.)
I love the fact they are bringing in Hughes which hopefully means they think he can play end in our 4-3. Pure speculation but at least he is coming in.
Dunno what he's thinking if that's the case.
He could be a GREAT DE in the NFL.
He could be a good LB in the NFL. He's too slow for it and couldn't cover TE's to save his life.
I'd take Kyle Wilson over either of them. After him, I think it's a coin flip. Each does some things better than the other.
If we don't get Kyle Wilson (whom I really like), I really hope we get Jerome Murphy in the 3rd. Very physical DB.
If they don't talk to Carlos Dunlap then they are total idiots.
He is the closest thing to a freak at a position we should be looking at. They need to talk to him and see what they can find out.