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apollo14000


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PostPosted: Thu Jan 24, 2013 12:03 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

khodder wrote:
Arthur Brown is a heck of a LB, more than one guy I respect as a draft analyst has him as the best LB in the draft.


yeah definitely. Reminds me of Navarro Bowman when he was coming out of PSU. Plays 20 pounds bigger than he is.
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He has come a long way since his days at Miami.

He has All-Pro written all over
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I definitely like Kevin Minter, no doubt about it but I think Ogletree's game gets undersold. All I ever saw when I watched UGA was Ogletree making plays in the backfield.
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PostPosted: Thu Jan 24, 2013 11:34 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Any one hear Keim's interview yesterday with Bickley and MJ? Very blunt, very informative, especially when it came to the offensive line.

Indicated he thought Massie would be a very good RT in this league. Then went on to say they are pleased with Potter and think he can player either LT or guard.

Very telling. MJ did bring up Levi, and he said they were looking forward to having Levi back but didnt' committ to anything with him.

Also basically said we aren't physical enough upfront. We have to be able to run the ball on third and short. Didn't talk at all about Sendlein, Colledge or Snyder.

Said he likes the quarterbacks in this class, but doesn't feel like they have to reach for a guy.

I'd be willing to put money down right now that we go either Fisher or Warmack at #7.

Could see a line of Fisher, Colledge, Sendlein, Levi/Potter, Massie.

Or Levi/Potter, Colledge, Sendlein, Warmack, Massie.
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PostPosted: Thu Jan 24, 2013 11:43 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Somers said the other day that's highly unlikely Levi gets moved inside.
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PostPosted: Thu Jan 24, 2013 11:49 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

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Somers said the other day that's highly unlikely Levi gets moved inside.


Could you see a scenario in which we hold on to him until after the draft and then possibly release him if we take a guy like Fisher?

Kind of like with Edge and Beanie back in 09.
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JohnnyV wrote:
stchamp98 wrote:
Somers said the other day that's highly unlikely Levi gets moved inside.


Could you see a scenario in which we hold on to him until after the draft and then possibly release him if we take a guy like Fisher?

Kind of like with Edge and Beanie back in 09.


We also did it with Travis LaBoy and Roderick Hood but yes, I absolutely can see that scenario. In fact, I think it only makes sense that we do just that.
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stchamp98 wrote:
JohnnyV wrote:
stchamp98 wrote:
Somers said the other day that's highly unlikely Levi gets moved inside.


Could you see a scenario in which we hold on to him until after the draft and then possibly release him if we take a guy like Fisher?

Kind of like with Edge and Beanie back in 09.


We also did it with Travis LaBoy and Roderick Hood but yes, I absolutely can see that scenario. In fact, I think it only makes sense that we do just that.


I'm interested to see how high of a priority this group puts on the guard position. If it's up their with OT, then Warmack has to be the choice especially since we finally have depth at OT.

Could we see a scenario in which Levi returns to LT, Potter is moved iside at LG and say Warmack is our RG, thus removing Snyder and Colledge from the situation (and the payroll)?
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JohnnyV wrote:
stchamp98 wrote:
JohnnyV wrote:
stchamp98 wrote:
Somers said the other day that's highly unlikely Levi gets moved inside.


Could you see a scenario in which we hold on to him until after the draft and then possibly release him if we take a guy like Fisher?

Kind of like with Edge and Beanie back in 09.


We also did it with Travis LaBoy and Roderick Hood but yes, I absolutely can see that scenario. In fact, I think it only makes sense that we do just that.


I'm interested to see how high of a priority this group puts on the guard position. If it's up their with OT, then Warmack has to be the choice especially since we finally have depth at OT.

Could we see a scenario in which Levi returns to LT, Potter is moved iside at LG and say Warmack is our RG, thus removing Snyder and Colledge from the situation (and the payroll)?


I think that would be stupid, to assume Potter would play better at LG than Daryn Colledge would and in the process further hinder the cap situation we're already crunching but that's just me.
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stchamp98 wrote:
JohnnyV wrote:
stchamp98 wrote:
JohnnyV wrote:
stchamp98 wrote:
Somers said the other day that's highly unlikely Levi gets moved inside.


Could you see a scenario in which we hold on to him until after the draft and then possibly release him if we take a guy like Fisher?

Kind of like with Edge and Beanie back in 09.


We also did it with Travis LaBoy and Roderick Hood but yes, I absolutely can see that scenario. In fact, I think it only makes sense that we do just that.


I'm interested to see how high of a priority this group puts on the guard position. If it's up their with OT, then Warmack has to be the choice especially since we finally have depth at OT.

Could we see a scenario in which Levi returns to LT, Potter is moved iside at LG and say Warmack is our RG, thus removing Snyder and Colledge from the situation (and the payroll)?


I think that would be stupid, to assume Potter would play better at LG than Daryn Colledge would and in the process further hinder the cap situation we're already crunching but that's just me.


Would we not save money but cutting Colledge? That's why I suggested it.
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We'd lose money.
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PostPosted: Thu Jan 24, 2013 1:59 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

stchamp98 wrote:
Somers said the other day that's highly unlikely Levi gets moved inside.


Why? Moving Levi inside sounds a helluva lot better then Potter...
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DirtyDez wrote:
stchamp98 wrote:
Somers said the other day that's highly unlikely Levi gets moved inside.


Why? Moving Levi inside sounds a helluva lot better then Potter...


I don't know why, just relaying what he said. For the record, I agree with you 100%.
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stchamp98 wrote:
DirtyDez wrote:
stchamp98 wrote:
Somers said the other day that's highly unlikely Levi gets moved inside.


Why? Moving Levi inside sounds a helluva lot better then Potter...


I don't know why, just relaying what he said. For the record, I agree with you 100%.


Same thing happened with Leonard Davis. He was a high draft pick who was better suited to play guard and we just refused to make that switch. So what happens? He goes to Dallas and earns a pro bowl to his resume. Pro Bowls aren't that meaningful but he played very well until he got too old.
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apollo14000 wrote:
stchamp98 wrote:
DirtyDez wrote:
stchamp98 wrote:
Somers said the other day that's highly unlikely Levi gets moved inside.


Why? Moving Levi inside sounds a helluva lot better then Potter...


I don't know why, just relaying what he said. For the record, I agree with you 100%.


Same thing happened with Leonard Davis. He was a high draft pick who was better suited to play guard and we just refused to make that switch. So what happens? He goes to Dallas and earns a pro bowl to his resume. Pro Bowls aren't that meaningful but he played very well until he got too old.


Davis was actually a guard in his first 2 (Maybe 3) season here in Arizona. It was Denny Green's idiotic assertion that a team's best offensive lineman had to play left tackle that skewed us on that one.
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