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PostPosted: Wed Mar 27, 2013 1:14 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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I think Demontre Moore will be available in the 2nd. Even if the Broncos need to trade up to get him, he will be there. This will allow the Broncos get draft T'eo in the first...and that shapes up to be a nice draft.


If Damontre Moore lasts to our second round pick I'll eat my shoe. He's not getting out of the first round.

Ill soil my pants if he lasts to #56.
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I like Cyprien but not in the 1st, more late-2nd for me. I like Matt Elam much better though. More physically athletic and shows more play-recognition in much better conference.


I like either at our 2nd round pick, but before them I would prefer Amerson and Swearinger.

I am a huge proponent of moving David Amerson to S. I think he falls to the low 2nd/early 3rd due to his choppiness in man coverage. Snatch him at 58, turn him into a ballhawking S, profit.
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I wonder what the chances are that Elway draft two DE's in this draft. He drafted two safeties in one year.
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I wonder what the chances are that Elway draft two DE's in this draft. He drafted two safeties in one year.

He also doubled up on TE's and LBers that year too.
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I wonder what the chances are that Elway draft two DE's in this draft. He drafted two safeties in one year.

He also doubled up on TE's and LBers that year too.


Could be a good year to get those DE's.
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I wonder what the chances are that Elway draft two DE's in this draft. He drafted two safeties in one year.

He also doubled up on TE's and LBers that year too.


Could be a good year to get those DE's.

As well as DT's, WR's and CB's.
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PostPosted: Wed Mar 27, 2013 9:46 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Two more late round sleeper prospects I have been studying.

Mike Catapano DE 6-4 271 Princeton

He is athletically limited, but has good pass rush skills. He shows some good moves. Even though he is a bit stiff is quick enough to apply pressure offf of the edge. Has a good swim move back to the inside and has a spin move he sometimes uses. Not that great in the run game. Overpursues on nearly every run off his inside and outside shoulder.

He had 12.5 sacks last season and was voted Ivy League player of the year. Would be worth a look in rounds 6-7 or as a priority free agent.


Chris Jones DT 6-2 302 Bowling Green

12.5 sacks from the inside is a nice achievement at any level. Jones shows an ability to apply pressure with good leverage and hustle. Has a nice rip and swim move. He reminds me a little of Geno Atkins minus the tremendous burst. Jones has a good burst too and is tenacious. He would be another late rounder or priority free agent.
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PostPosted: Thu Mar 28, 2013 7:24 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Sounds like the safety class is as loaded as the DT class when it comes to scouts take on the number of starters this class will produce. The safety position isn't weighed by front offices the way the DT class is in the draft, so starting talent will be available later at safety than at DT. I've heard multiple analysts mention that 6-8 starting safeties will be had from this draft, and that this class of safety prospects can really help to replenish the talent at the position on thr NFL level.

I only expect two safeties to go in round one (Vaccaro, Cyprien). I think there will be several week one starters found between rounds 2-4. Great opportunity for good value with a starter.

DT and S are, imo, the two most loaded positions in this draft.
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Winder23 wrote:
Two more late round sleeper prospects I have been studying.

Mike Catapano DE 6-4 271 Princeton

He is athletically limited, but has good pass rush skills. He shows some good moves. Even though he is a bit stiff is quick enough to apply pressure offf of the edge. Has a good swim move back to the inside and has a spin move he sometimes uses. Not that great in the run game. Overpursues on nearly every run off his inside and outside shoulder.

He had 12.5 sacks last season and was voted Ivy League player of the year. Would be worth a look in rounds 6-7 or as a priority free agent.


Chris Jones DT 6-2 302 Bowling Green

12.5 sacks from the inside is a nice achievement at any level. Jones shows an ability to apply pressure with good leverage and hustle. Has a nice rip and swim move. He reminds me a little of Geno Atkins minus the tremendous burst. Jones has a good burst too and is tenacious. He would be another late rounder or priority free agent.

My friend played at Princeton a couple years back and I went to every home game. Catapano is a good player player. High motor. High character. Not the superior athlete though. I question if he would be able to do anything in the NFL with limited athletic abilities.
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Chris Gragg would be an interesting player to keep an eye on in the 4th, he could potentially be an upgrade over Tamme, and Peyton loves throwing to tight ends.

This is why I keep suggesting Fauria, if he is there in the 7th I think he would be deadly with Peyton in the red zone
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Chris Jones DT 6-2 302 Bowling Green

12.5 sacks from the inside is a nice achievement at any level. Jones shows an ability to apply pressure with good leverage and hustle. Has a nice rip and swim move. He reminds me a little of Geno Atkins minus the tremendous burst. Jones has a good burst too and is tenacious. He would be another late rounder or priority free agent.


Huge, huge fan of Chris Jones. He is the type that can come in immediately on passing downs and generate interior pressures. His athleticism isnt elite, but his motor is insane and he has better inside pass rush technique than any DT in this draft. He may max out as a pass rush specialist, but IMO he can be a similar player to Karl Klug/Jason Jones. Great value in the 5th.


Another mid round guy to keep an eye on is Sanders Commings. He was a pre-season late 1st rounder but had a bit of a down year. Has some character concerns as well. But, he is a very strong and athletic CB/S hybrid. Stands about 6'0, 216lbs, 4.41 40. Played at Georgia so he was going against some great competition. The depth of this CB class has this dude being a projected 4th rounder. His ability to play both CB/S is a real plus too. He excels playing physical at the LOS, and as it seems we want a Seattle like secondary, Commings may be a guy on our radar.
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Chris Jones DT 6-2 302 Bowling Green

12.5 sacks from the inside is a nice achievement at any level. Jones shows an ability to apply pressure with good leverage and hustle. Has a nice rip and swim move. He reminds me a little of Geno Atkins minus the tremendous burst. Jones has a good burst too and is tenacious. He would be another late rounder or priority free agent.


Huge, huge fan of Chris Jones. He is the type that can come in immediately on passing downs and generate interior pressures. His athleticism isnt elite, but his motor is insane and he has better inside pass rush technique than any DT in this draft. He may max out as a pass rush specialist, but IMO he can be a similar player to Karl Klug/Jason Jones. Great value in the 5th.


Another mid round guy to keep an eye on is Sanders Commings. He was a pre-season late 1st rounder but had a bit of a down year. Has some character concerns as well. But, he is a very strong and athletic CB/S hybrid. Stands about 6'0, 216lbs, 4.41 40. Played at Georgia so he was going against some great competition. The depth of this CB class has this dude being a projected 4th rounder. His ability to play both CB/S is a real plus too. He excels playing physical at the LOS, and as it seems we want a Seattle like secondary, Commings may be a guy on our radar.


I think he's a possibility, but we want big CBs if you are expecting him to play corner. DRC is 6'2, and there's a bunch of taller CBs that we may have our eye on
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JerseysFinest27 wrote:
Winder23 wrote:
Two more late round sleeper prospects I have been studying.

Mike Catapano DE 6-4 271 Princeton

He is athletically limited, but has good pass rush skills. He shows some good moves. Even though he is a bit stiff is quick enough to apply pressure offf of the edge. Has a good swim move back to the inside and has a spin move he sometimes uses. Not that great in the run game. Overpursues on nearly every run off his inside and outside shoulder.

He had 12.5 sacks last season and was voted Ivy League player of the year. Would be worth a look in rounds 6-7 or as a priority free agent.


Chris Jones DT 6-2 302 Bowling Green

12.5 sacks from the inside is a nice achievement at any level. Jones shows an ability to apply pressure with good leverage and hustle. Has a nice rip and swim move. He reminds me a little of Geno Atkins minus the tremendous burst. Jones has a good burst too and is tenacious. He would be another late rounder or priority free agent.

My friend played at Princeton a couple years back and I went to every home game. Catapano is a good player player. High motor. High character. Not the superior athlete though. I question if he would be able to do anything in the NFL with limited athletic abilities.


He isn't very smart though.
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Chris Gragg would be an interesting player to keep an eye on in the 4th, he could potentially be an upgrade over Tamme, and Peyton loves throwing to tight ends.

This is why I keep suggesting Fauria, if he is there in the 7th I think he would be deadly with Peyton in the red zone


Manning loves throwing to receivers and running backs as well. We need to keep that in mind, I think.
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jsthomp2007 wrote:
JerseysFinest27 wrote:
Winder23 wrote:
Two more late round sleeper prospects I have been studying.

Mike Catapano DE 6-4 271 Princeton

He is athletically limited, but has good pass rush skills. He shows some good moves. Even though he is a bit stiff is quick enough to apply pressure offf of the edge. Has a good swim move back to the inside and has a spin move he sometimes uses. Not that great in the run game. Overpursues on nearly every run off his inside and outside shoulder.

He had 12.5 sacks last season and was voted Ivy League player of the year. Would be worth a look in rounds 6-7 or as a priority free agent.


Chris Jones DT 6-2 302 Bowling Green

12.5 sacks from the inside is a nice achievement at any level. Jones shows an ability to apply pressure with good leverage and hustle. Has a nice rip and swim move. He reminds me a little of Geno Atkins minus the tremendous burst. Jones has a good burst too and is tenacious. He would be another late rounder or priority free agent.

My friend played at Princeton a couple years back and I went to every home game. Catapano is a good player player. High motor. High character. Not the superior athlete though. I question if he would be able to do anything in the NFL with limited athletic abilities.


He isn't very smart though.

Just because you go to an Ivy League school doesnt make you football smart. Theres book smarts (which gets you in the school), theres common sense smart and then theres athletically smart. I dont know him well enough to say hes smart or not.
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