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PostPosted: Sun Feb 24, 2013 11:17 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

lavar703 wrote:
Sort of how I hope things go but I doubt they will...

Round 2: trade back with Dolphins…acquire pick 77 and pick 108
Miami trades up to select Tavon Austin
Round 3 :Blidi-Wreh Wilson DB
Round 3 : Tank Carridine OLB/DE
Round 4 : Xavier Nixon OT
Round 4 : Duke Williams S
Round 5 : Marcus Lattimore RB
Round 5 : Kejuan Riley S
Round 6 : Landry Jones QB
Round 7 : Michael Williams TE
Austin will probably go round 1. He's just like a young Santana Moss, maybe better. He just ran a 4.25 40 yard dash. He's able to return kick offs, punts, slot wr, outside wr and running back
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PostPosted: Sun Feb 24, 2013 11:23 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

turtle28 wrote:
lavar703 wrote:
Sort of how I hope things go but I doubt they will...

Round 2: trade back with Dolphins…acquire pick 77 and pick 108
Miami trades up to select Tavon Austin
Round 3 :Blidi-Wreh Wilson DB
Round 3 : Tank Carridine OLB/DE
Round 4 : Xavier Nixon OT
Round 4 : Duke Williams S
Round 5 : Marcus Lattimore RB
Round 5 : Kejuan Riley S
Round 6 : Landry Jones QB
Round 7 : Michael Williams TE
Austin will probably go round 1. He's just like a young Santana Moss, maybe better. He just ran a 4.25 40 yard dash. He's able to return kick offs, punts, slot wr, outside wr and running back


Moss was an elite route runner with tremendous hands. Austin plays in a spread offense with another stud WR prospect and an elite QB prospect throwing him the ball, not Ken Dorsey. This isn't to say Austin is a bad player but he's not Moss and I don't think he should be picked in the first round.
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PostPosted: Sun Feb 24, 2013 11:27 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

lavar703 wrote:
turtle28 wrote:
lavar703 wrote:
Sort of how I hope things go but I doubt they will...

Round 2: trade back with Dolphins…acquire pick 77 and pick 108
Miami trades up to select Tavon Austin
Round 3 :Blidi-Wreh Wilson DB
Round 3 : Tank Carridine OLB/DE
Round 4 : Xavier Nixon OT
Round 4 : Duke Williams S
Round 5 : Marcus Lattimore RB
Round 5 : Kejuan Riley S
Round 6 : Landry Jones QB
Round 7 : Michael Williams TE
Austin will probably go round 1. He's just like a young Santana Moss, maybe better. He just ran a 4.25 40 yard dash. He's able to return kick offs, punts, slot wr, outside wr and running back


Moss was an elite route runner with tremendous hands. Austin plays in a spread offense with another stud WR prospect and an elite QB prospect throwing him the ball, not Ken Dorsey. This isn't to say Austin is a bad player but he's not Moss and I don't think he should be picked in the first round.
Austin is a good route runner also, its not his fault they run the spread. most believe he's a late 1st or early second and he just ran a 4.25 40. I think he's locked himself in as a top 50 pick and I'd be shocked if he gets out of the 1st when he's running those times.
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PostPosted: Sun Feb 24, 2013 11:38 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

turtle28 wrote:
lavar703 wrote:
turtle28 wrote:
lavar703 wrote:
Sort of how I hope things go but I doubt they will...

Round 2: trade back with Dolphins…acquire pick 77 and pick 108
Miami trades up to select Tavon Austin
Round 3 :Blidi-Wreh Wilson DB
Round 3 : Tank Carridine OLB/DE
Round 4 : Xavier Nixon OT
Round 4 : Duke Williams S
Round 5 : Marcus Lattimore RB
Round 5 : Kejuan Riley S
Round 6 : Landry Jones QB
Round 7 : Michael Williams TE
Austin will probably go round 1. He's just like a young Santana Moss, maybe better. He just ran a 4.25 40 yard dash. He's able to return kick offs, punts, slot wr, outside wr and running back


Moss was an elite route runner with tremendous hands. Austin plays in a spread offense with another stud WR prospect and an elite QB prospect throwing him the ball, not Ken Dorsey. This isn't to say Austin is a bad player but he's not Moss and I don't think he should be picked in the first round.
Austin is a good route runner also, its not his fault they run the spread. most believe he's a late 1st or early second and he just ran a 4.25 40. I think he's locked himself in as a top 50 pick and I'd be shocked if he gets out of the 1st when he's running those times.


You could be right and teams are always looking for speed but at this point I don't see him as an first round pick. I think his size and time spent in the spread will cause teams to question him.
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PostPosted: Sun Feb 24, 2013 11:43 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

lavar703 wrote:
turtle28 wrote:
lavar703 wrote:
turtle28 wrote:
lavar703 wrote:
Sort of how I hope things go but I doubt they will...

Round 2: trade back with Dolphins…acquire pick 77 and pick 108
Miami trades up to select Tavon Austin
Round 3 :Blidi-Wreh Wilson DB
Round 3 : Tank Carridine OLB/DE
Round 4 : Xavier Nixon OT
Round 4 : Duke Williams S
Round 5 : Marcus Lattimore RB
Round 5 : Kejuan Riley S
Round 6 : Landry Jones QB
Round 7 : Michael Williams TE
Austin will probably go round 1. He's just like a young Santana Moss, maybe better. He just ran a 4.25 40 yard dash. He's able to return kick offs, punts, slot wr, outside wr and running back


Moss was an elite route runner with tremendous hands. Austin plays in a spread offense with another stud WR prospect and an elite QB prospect throwing him the ball, not Ken Dorsey. This isn't to say Austin is a bad player but he's not Moss and I don't think he should be picked in the first round.
Austin is a good route runner also, its not his fault they run the spread. most believe he's a late 1st or early second and he just ran a 4.25 40. I think he's locked himself in as a top 50 pick and I'd be shocked if he gets out of the 1st when he's running those times.


You could be right and teams are always looking for speed but at this point I don't see him as an first round pick. I think his size and time spent in the spread will cause teams to question him.
i never did earlier in the year either but for months scouts have thought he'll be a late 1st/early 2nd and then he ran a 4.25 so I'm sure he'll go there now.
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PostPosted: Sun Feb 24, 2013 4:44 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Marquise Goodman ran a 4.27 today Shocked
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I sure hope Shanahan/Allen are interested in Danard "Shoelace" Robinson.

Could he be our next Randel El--Brandon Banks?
What was his 40 a min ago? 4.37

He would look nice in our offense.

His current projection is 6th rd. http://www.cbssports.com/nfl/draft/prospectrankings/2013/WR

I don't want to draft a WR higher than the 4th anyways, so that's good. (If at all)
But I do like this kid.

He could also be used as a QB in the Read option as well.
He would be perfect here, imo.

I say take him, with one of our 5th rounders.
Maybe take the Honey badger with the other.

Yep, count me on board with
Shoelace & the Honeybadger in the 5th rd.
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aceinthehouse wrote:
I sure hope Shanahan/Allen are interested in Danard "Shoelace" Robinson.

Could he be our next Randel El--Brandon Banks?
What was his 40 a min ago? 4.37

He would look nice in our offense.

His current projection is 6th rd. http://www.cbssports.com/nfl/draft/prospectrankings/2013/WR

I don't want to draft a WR higher than the 4th anyways, so that's good. (If at all)
But I do like this kid.

He could also be used as a QB in the Read option as well.
He would be perfect here, imo.

I say take him, with one of our 5th rounders.
Maybe take the Honey badger with the other.

Yep, count me on board with
Shoelace & the Honeybadger in the 5th rd.
i agree. I really like Robinson, I think he can be a real weapon if used correctly. He could be a jack of all trades type.
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PostPosted: Sun Feb 24, 2013 5:24 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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Armstead is a Left Tackle.
so was Compton. If we are taking him mid to Late rounds we can develop him to play either side and be a swing tackle.


Armstead is a likely top 75 pick. Wouldn't surprise me if he's gone in round 2
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turtle28 wrote:
mike23md wrote:
Armstead is a Left Tackle.
so was Compton. If we are taking him mid to Late rounds we can develop him to play either side and be a swing tackle.


Armstead is a likely top 75 pick. Wouldn't surprise me if he's gone in round 2
really? Seems to me he's more Bruce Campbell at the moment. Has a lot of athletic ability but not much on the field just yet. I think he'll go in the mid rounds.
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PostPosted: Sun Feb 24, 2013 8:11 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

turtle28 wrote:
BuckleyBoy wrote:
turtle28 wrote:
mike23md wrote:
Armstead is a Left Tackle.
so was Compton. If we are taking him mid to Late rounds we can develop him to play either side and be a swing tackle.


Armstead is a likely top 75 pick. Wouldn't surprise me if he's gone in round 2
really? Seems to me he's more Bruce Campbell at the moment. Has a lot of athletic ability but not much on the field just yet. I think he'll go in the mid rounds.


Bruce Campbell was good in shorts with his football IQ and football ability questioned widely by draftniks. Armstead has shown himself well by all accounts and moves well - he's going to be drafted in the second round.
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Most impressed by Robert Woods in the WR drills today. Rodney Smith stood out to me, as did Markus Wheaton, Marquess Wilson and Tavon Austin. Terrence Williams was solid, who knows where he will be drafted. I believe we'll see a run on receivers before pick 45 this season with 5-6 receivers gone.

Justin Hunter is an animal, but safe to say that he will be well off the board.
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PostPosted: Sun Feb 24, 2013 11:35 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

turtle28 wrote:
BuckleyBoy wrote:
turtle28 wrote:
mike23md wrote:
Armstead is a Left Tackle.
so was Compton. If we are taking him mid to Late rounds we can develop him to play either side and be a swing tackle.


Armstead is a likely top 75 pick. Wouldn't surprise me if he's gone in round 2
really? Seems to me he's more Bruce Campbell at the moment. Has a lot of athletic ability but not much on the field just yet. I think he'll go in the mid rounds.


That isn't even close really. Watching film of Armstead you can see his ability. This isn't a workout warrior who just showed up on the scene, he's been on radars and rising for a while now
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footy_29 wrote:
Most impressed by Robert Woods in the WR drills today. Rodney Smith stood out to me, as did Markus Wheaton, Marquess Wilson and Tavon Austin. Terrence Williams was solid, who knows where he will be drafted. I believe we'll see a run on receivers before pick 45 this season with 5-6 receivers gone.

Justin Hunter is an animal, but safe to say that he will be well off the board.


I reaally like Robert Woods. I think he will be the best WR in this draft class.
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BuckleyBoy wrote:
turtle28 wrote:
BuckleyBoy wrote:
turtle28 wrote:
mike23md wrote:
Armstead is a Left Tackle.
so was Compton. If we are taking him mid to Late rounds we can develop him to play either side and be a swing tackle.


Armstead is a likely top 75 pick. Wouldn't surprise me if he's gone in round 2
really? Seems to me he's more Bruce Campbell at the moment. Has a lot of athletic ability but not much on the field just yet. I think he'll go in the mid rounds.


That isn't even close really. Watching film of Armstead you can see his ability. This isn't a workout warrior who just showed up on the scene, he's been on radars and rising for a while now
yea I still think he'll go 3rd/4th. He's climbed up the boards from the 7th to the mid rounds.
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