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Discussion in 'NFL Draft' started by gran54, Apr 1, 2012.
Eh ... To me 40 times mean nothing. It's all about the game film.
This would be an absolutely perfect draft IMO ..... Why didn't I think of that. Damn you!
1. Nick Perry, DE, USC
2. Mike Martin, DT, Michigan
3. Ben Jones, C, UGA
4. Omar Bolden, CB, Arizona St
5. AJ Jenkins, WR, Illinois
6. Donte Paige-Moss, DE, UNC
7. Josh LeRibeus, OG, Southern Methodist
Tell me he plays at a 4.71.
The second half of the KSU game looks like a highlight film.
[ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dhu1SAboTwU"]Sean Spence vs KSU and FSU 2011 - YouTube[/ame]
Exactly why I say game film is what matters. 40 times don't mean much, game speed is different from track speed.
If our draft went like this I would give up next years 3rd in the supplemental draft for S Rambo out of UGA
Heck, i'd give a second. Rambo is atleast a 2nd round talent next year; if not first. Getting him for a 2nd would be a solid.
As for Sean Spence, not a huge fan... reminds me of Rennie Curran. I was a big fan of Rennie Curran. Rennie did 27 BP reps, look at what Spence did.
I think our LB corps needs one more young piece to be set. Do you think a steal is available at that point in the draft? If not I would go with a WR
Well we are set at LB starters (for atleast this year) with Ayers, McCarthy, and Spoon. Remember we're in alot of 3CB sets, in which we only have 2 LBs on the field. 'Spoon is getting old, but he's still a valuable starter for us. It would be nice to draft depth 3rd-4th round, and have them as a potential replacement LB. I was hoping McRath was that guy, but ever since he got off roids... he's been eh.
I'm a big fan of Nigel Bradham from Florida St, if he's available in the 4th.
1st - Nick Perry DE, USC / David DeCastro OG, Stanford
2nd - Kelechi Osemele OG, Iowa State / Chandler Jones DE, Syracuse
3rd - Mike Martin DT, Michigan
4th - Malik Jackson DE, Tennessee
5th - Robert Turbin RB, Utah State
6th - Scott Wedige C, Northern Illinois
7th - Winston Guy Jr. S, Kentucky