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PostPosted: Sun Jan 20, 2013 1:57 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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are you wanting datone in the first oldman?

and arthur brown is going to go earlier than most expect i think. but we do need some depth behind pat and bow for sure


No... not at this point. I would definitely look for Datone with our late 2nd though.
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PostPosted: Sun Jan 20, 2013 2:01 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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49ers Finest wrote:
are you wanting datone in the first oldman?

and arthur brown is going to go earlier than most expect i think. but we do need some depth behind pat and bow for sure


No... not at this point. I would definitely look for Datone with our late 2nd though.


With Eiffert in the first, I'd say I'd be extremely happy with this outcome.




So the 49ers will draft a RB and a broomstick and leave us scratching our heads instead. And then we'll be awesome.
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y2lamanaki wrote:
oldman9er wrote:
49ers Finest wrote:
are you wanting datone in the first oldman?

and arthur brown is going to go earlier than most expect i think. but we do need some depth behind pat and bow for sure


No... not at this point. I would definitely look for Datone with our late 2nd though.


With Eiffert in the first, I'd say I'd be extremely happy with this outcome.




So the 49ers will draft a RB and a broomstick and leave us scratching our heads instead. And then we'll be awesome.


With Eiffert in the first, and trusting in our scouting dept for the rest, I'd be happy.
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^^ Yep.. Tyler Eifert and Datone Jones in the first 2 rounds is my current idea of draft perfection.
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"Among defensive linemen, I was more impressed with Princeton's Mike Catapano than anyone else out there. Catapano, whom his head coach has compared to 49er Justin Smith, played with the type of aggression and high motor all morning that scouts love to see. Catapano, at 6'4, 270 currently looks the part of an end in the 4-3 defense. Watching the DL drills, Catapano was a very teachable player and one who picked up the drills quicker than anyone else. There's no doubt that he is on the rise this spring and I plan on taking a closer look at him."


http://draftheadquarters.com/Shrine-...Two-Report.htm

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CAPATANO is hustling his butt off and getting results from his effort. What has caught my eye with him is a reverse spin move to the inside on his pass-rush technique. Thatís something you donít see real often except in the most accomplished of pass rush specialists such as a DWIGHT FREENEY. CAPATANO has already made a believer out of me in two days with his size, strength, attitude and skills. This kid should get Drafted by Round 4 and has eventual starting potential.

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PostPosted: Mon Jan 21, 2013 1:20 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

When Aldon is not putting pressure on the QB we get very little pressure. I would not be opposed to taking a shot in the mid rounds on on OLB pass rushing prospect.
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height, weight, arm length, hand sizes and wing span results from the Senior Bowl. Also notes on how they looked.

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Mike Glennon Notes: lanky, thin and looks like a 15 yr old.
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http://www.draftcountdown.com/features/SeniorBowl/reports/Weigh-In.php
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Small hands for Tyler Wilson and Stepfan Taylor... a lot of those WRs have small hands... some "OTs" with underwhelming arm length... Datone Jones with the arm length more associated with playing inside.. good. Kevin Reddick looking good as an ILB option in the mid rds... John Simon looking more like an Ahmad Brooks... Chase Thomas looking like a 4-3 Sam backer...
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Small hands for Tyler Wilson and Stepfan Taylor... a lot of those WRs have small hands... some "OTs" with underwhelming arm length... Datone Jones with the arm length more associated with playing inside.. good. Kevin Reddick looking good as an ILB option in the mid rds... John Simon looking more like an Ahmad Brooks... Chase Thomas looking like a 4-3 Sam backer...

would love me some taylor if he fell to the third

i think simon is going to have some trouble with the change of direction drills

practice is just about to start on nfln for me
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PostPosted: Mon Jan 21, 2013 4:17 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Im really rooting for Matt Elam's in the first and Datone Jones is good enough for me in the second. and id love to grab a WR in the third whoever that might be.
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oldman9er wrote:
49ers Finest wrote:
are you wanting datone in the first oldman?

and arthur brown is going to go earlier than most expect i think. but we do need some depth behind pat and bow for sure


No... not at this point. I would definitely look for Datone with our late 2nd though.

Looking good. really quick off the ball in practice
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Im really rooting for Matt Elam's in the first and Datone Jones is good enough for me in the second. and id love to grab a WR in the third whoever that might be.


Do you like Elam over vaccaro, or just assuming he will be gone by the time we pick?
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Danote Jones 9th best DE/67 overall prospect according to CBS. At 280 with a quick first step he's going to be attractive to some 3-4 teams.

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Forge wrote:
AT49ers wrote:
Im really rooting for Matt Elam's in the first and Datone Jones is good enough for me in the second. and id love to grab a WR in the third whoever that might be.


Do you like Elam over vaccaro, or just assuming he will be gone by the time we pick?


I watched some tape from both players and i gotta say, Vaccaro has better instincts and awareness but Elam is one of those guys who is always in the right place at the right time. he is more physical and has thrown down some huge hits. That said i'd take Elam over Vaccaro. He just plays some really good hard-nosed 49ers football.
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Barner is annoying the ish out of me. Runs it to the endzone everytime he touches it even after being touched/tackled down.
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