What happens when we take Ansah @ 10?

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  1. Keeferdog

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    Wow! This guy is a freaking beast. His highlight film shows a 270lber who moves like he's 215lb. If he has the heart his potential is unlimited. I want him!
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  2. JCBRAVE

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    There's a few big guys like him in this draft with the same speed
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  3. titanbaknedkly

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    Yeah there are a couple but not many with the same length he has along with his athleticism and strength. I just got through reading that 4.63 he ran was the first time he had ever run a 40 yd dash. Instead of training for the combine he wanted to study for his classes at BYU and only decided to run the 40 at the last minute.

    I also think what will make Ansah a beast is his desire to learn the game and his intelligence as he incorporates the things he is taught into his game very quickly. I don't think there is anyone that has come as far as quickly as he has and he is just scratching the surface of his potential. We need DE help and Morgan has a player option after 2014 so he can leave if he wants which would leave us needing another DE. It would give us a little leverage in contract negotiations with Morgan having Ansah, especially if he reaches his potential.
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  4. Deuce Wayne

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    Eh.

    I won't be upset if we take Ansah. It's a smarter pick than taking any OL in round 1 (value-wise). But he looks like a lumberer to me when I watch him. Very Derrick Morgan'esque (not a good thing). But he has a better motor and instincts than Morgan. He doesn't quit on plays.

    Couldn't care less about a DLineman's 40 time.
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  5. titansfan1234

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    Ok, I guess I can't start my own thread. But, I just recently found out that the Titans are targeting Ezekial Ansah at #10. I can't tell you how I found out, but you just have to trust me (actually you don't have to trust me, I don't care). They were high on him way before the media was, and they love his work ethic. They may even trade up to get him, because the Jets have shown interest as well.

    Take it for what you will, you don't have to believe me. I don't plan on ever signing back in, but I may visit again after the draft.
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  6. JCBRAVE

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    titansfan1234, clever name you gave yourself

    is it so generic to hide your identity?
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  7. Keeferdog

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    This guy will make Aldon Smith look like Dave Ball. Please God let him slip to us. Seriously though, I've got a feeling about this guy. We need someone to strike fear in the opponent's QB. Plus, another guy to provide pressure up the middle. Bam! Dominant defense once again! Perfect draft is Ziggy then Walford then a freaking FS with some ball skills for crying out loud.
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  8. xhrr

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    Haha there s very little lumbering in how he moves
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  9. JCBRAVE

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    I really feel this is the route we'll take if we sign Andy Levitre
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  10. ScotTitan

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    I agree especially with us going after Hill as well.

    Ansah and Werner should be top of the list, maybe even Mingo
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