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PostPosted: Sun Mar 10, 2013 9:59 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

oland11 wrote:
Jeezla wrote:
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Our WR coach was at TCU pro day, so Josh Boyce might be an option at some point in the draft, even tho he was unable to workout due to a foot injury. Not sure where he's projected to go.


Bicknell has also coached the following: DL, OL and TE. He could be scouting for one of the coaches who couldn't have made it there. Perhaps Blaze Foltz the guard from TCU?


Don't ever contradict me again.
Now, when I ask you which safety you want the most in this draft, you say Duke Williams.
Trolland, which safety do you want most in this draft? Think


The safety I want the most is matt Elam. But I could settle for duke.


good year to draft a safety
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PostPosted: Sun Mar 10, 2013 10:15 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Meco wrote:
AlexM23 wrote:
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Anyone like Vance McDonald as an Hback?


Isn't he a tad tall? Also I would want my H-Back to be a really good athlete, but undersized TE. Clay Harbor's build is perfect.

He's a whole 2 CMs taller than Clay Harbor Laughing


Wut. I think you mean two inches. Laughing

No, Harbor is only an inch shorter. It's been awhile but I believe that converts to 2 cms and some change.

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PostPosted: Sun Mar 10, 2013 10:34 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

EagleDeegle wrote:
oland11 wrote:
Jeezla wrote:
oland11 wrote:
Jeezla wrote:
Our WR coach was at TCU pro day, so Josh Boyce might be an option at some point in the draft, even tho he was unable to workout due to a foot injury. Not sure where he's projected to go.


Bicknell has also coached the following: DL, OL and TE. He could be scouting for one of the coaches who couldn't have made it there. Perhaps Blaze Foltz the guard from TCU?


Don't ever contradict me again.
Now, when I ask you which safety you want the most in this draft, you say Duke Williams.
Trolland, which safety do you want most in this draft? Think


The safety I want the most is matt Elam. But I could settle for duke.


good year to draft a safety


We'll still pick out the turd in the punch bowl
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PostPosted: Sun Mar 10, 2013 11:06 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I'm more confident in our selections this year under Chip. I'd bet my right arm that he knows pretty much all the PAC-12 players coming into the draft inside out. It's well known that he's a junkie of this sport.

Guys like Poyer (Oregon St), Trufant (Washington), TJ McDonald (USC), Star Lotulelei (Utah) and obviously Dion Jordan will all likely come into our draft discussions. There's quite a lot of PAC-12 players I could see us drafting which gives us an advantage due to Chip's experience with them over the years.
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I'm more confident in our selections this year under Chip. I'd bet my right arm that he knows pretty much all the PAC-12 players coming into the draft inside out. It's well known that he's a junkie of this sport.

Guys like Poyer (Oregon St), Trufant (Washington), TJ McDonald (USC), Star Lotulelei (Utah) and obviously Dion Jordan will all likely come into our draft discussions. There's quite a lot of PAC-12 players I could see us drafting which gives us an advantage due to Chip's experience with them over the years.


Your confident in a coach with zero NFL experience drafting players? Your the minority then. This is Howie's draft and Lurie all but said so during his presser.
I'm sure Kelly opinions will be heard but Howie will have the final say. It was Howie's draft last season.
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Kempes wrote:
I'm more confident in our selections this year under Chip. I'd bet my right arm that he knows pretty much all the PAC-12 players coming into the draft inside out. It's well known that he's a junkie of this sport.

Guys like Poyer (Oregon St), Trufant (Washington), TJ McDonald (USC), Star Lotulelei (Utah) and obviously Dion Jordan will all likely come into our draft discussions. There's quite a lot of PAC-12 players I could see us drafting which gives us an advantage due to Chip's experience with them over the years.


Your confident in a coach with zero NFL experience drafting players? Your the minority then. This is Howie's draft and Lurie all but said so during his presser.
I'm sure Kelly opinions will be heard but Howie will have the final say. It was Howie's draft last season.


Well we've had an NFL coach with bags of experience and drafted complete duds year after year.... so I'll take my chances.

Exactly. Chip will be able to have proper discussions and give almost insider insight to Howie. It doesn't matter if this is "Howie's draft". Chip is the HC, his opinions regarding college players aren't going to be ignored.
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Kempes wrote:
birdman0069 wrote:
Kempes wrote:
I'm more confident in our selections this year under Chip. I'd bet my right arm that he knows pretty much all the PAC-12 players coming into the draft inside out. It's well known that he's a junkie of this sport.

Guys like Poyer (Oregon St), Trufant (Washington), TJ McDonald (USC), Star Lotulelei (Utah) and obviously Dion Jordan will all likely come into our draft discussions. There's quite a lot of PAC-12 players I could see us drafting which gives us an advantage due to Chip's experience with them over the years.


Your confident in a coach with zero NFL experience drafting players? Your the minority then. This is Howie's draft and Lurie all but said so during his presser.
I'm sure Kelly opinions will be heard but Howie will have the final say. It was Howie's draft last season.


Well we've had an NFL coach with bags of experience and drafted complete duds year after year.... so I'll take my chances.

Exactly. Chip will be able to have proper discussions and give almost insider insight to Howie. It doesn't matter if this is "Howie's draft". Chip is the HC, his opinions regarding college players aren't going to be ignored.


So when Howie wants player A, and Chip wants player B, who wins out? One person in the room makes the pick.
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PostPosted: Sun Mar 10, 2013 12:07 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

When we first hired Chip, I was confident about his evaluation of players. He always recruited the right guys at Oregon, and he seemed to know what players to take a risk on and what players to let walk (Keeping Cliff Harris around after multiple arrests, dumping Masolli after the same). However, my opinion on Chip's talent evaluation fell about as low as it possibly could when he decided to keep Vick around. If this guy actually thinks he can make Mike Vick a good player in this league, then he really has no idea how to evaluate players. I am realistically pessimistic about the direction of this team right now, and if you are being a blind optimist, you are being foolish.


All that being said, if we draft well and have a good free agency, my opinion could start to sway back toward realistically optimistic.
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PostPosted: Sun Mar 10, 2013 12:10 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

birdman0069 wrote:
Kempes wrote:
birdman0069 wrote:
Kempes wrote:
I'm more confident in our selections this year under Chip. I'd bet my right arm that he knows pretty much all the PAC-12 players coming into the draft inside out. It's well known that he's a junkie of this sport.

Guys like Poyer (Oregon St), Trufant (Washington), TJ McDonald (USC), Star Lotulelei (Utah) and obviously Dion Jordan will all likely come into our draft discussions. There's quite a lot of PAC-12 players I could see us drafting which gives us an advantage due to Chip's experience with them over the years.


Your confident in a coach with zero NFL experience drafting players? Your the minority then. This is Howie's draft and Lurie all but said so during his presser.
I'm sure Kelly opinions will be heard but Howie will have the final say. It was Howie's draft last season.


Well we've had an NFL coach with bags of experience and drafted complete duds year after year.... so I'll take my chances.

Exactly. Chip will be able to have proper discussions and give almost insider insight to Howie. It doesn't matter if this is "Howie's draft". Chip is the HC, his opinions regarding college players aren't going to be ignored.


So when Howie wants player A, and Chip wants player B, who wins out? One person in the room makes the pick.


Well that's fine. All I'm saying is Chip is well equipped to evaluate our potential targets in the PAC-12. It's not going to do any harm in the fact that Chip knows these guys.
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Georgia LB Jarvis Jones has gotten maybe the best news of his career. According to Dam Pompei, leading orthopedist Craig Brigham has examined Jones and concluded that he never had the spinal stenosis he was diagnosed with in college.

http://www.bleedinggreennation.com/2013/3/10/4086150/jarvis-jones-never-had-spinal-stenosis-according-to-doctor
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Georgia LB Jarvis Jones has gotten maybe the best news of his career. According to Dam Pompei, leading orthopedist Craig Brigham has examined Jones and concluded that he never had the spinal stenosis he was diagnosed with in college.

http://www.bleedinggreennation.com/2013/3/10/4086150/jarvis-jones-never-had-spinal-stenosis-according-to-doctor


That has to put him back in play at #4
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Yeah Jarvis Jones just became an elite prospect again. Arguably the draft's best I think. No medical question mark if that report is entirely true.
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RollEagles wrote:
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Georgia LB Jarvis Jones has gotten maybe the best news of his career. According to Dam Pompei, leading orthopedist Craig Brigham has examined Jones and concluded that he never had the spinal stenosis he was diagnosed with in college.

http://www.bleedinggreennation.com/2013/3/10/4086150/jarvis-jones-never-had-spinal-stenosis-according-to-doctor

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Honestly, i still wouldn't want Jones at four. Only if we get him in the second and get a tackle in the first would I be happy with him.
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RollEagles wrote:
Yeah Jarvis Jones just became an elite prospect again. Arguably the draft's best I think. No medical question mark if that report is entirely true.


He lacks an elite first step still, this diagnosis doesn't change the fact he was always going to be average in the nfl.
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