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 Post subject: Lets talk DRAFT!
 Post Posted: Wed Jan 16, 2013 1:13 am 
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I'm ready to move on. I'm tired of reading about the Falcons game and what could have been.

Ok, so we pick 25 in the first round. We have a total of 10 picks in the 2013 draft. Most of them come later in the draft. I hope JS and PC make moves to get into the 2nd, 3rd and 4th round a bit more. We're not rebuilding any more. Each of the 3 drafts under JS and PC, at least one of more rookies we draft get cut. Theres no way in hell 10 rookies make it on this team. We're the youngest team in the NFL and already stacked with loads of talent.

We're in the postion to draft the best players in the spot we're at. I could see us drafting a SS for ex, just because we can.
We all know that PC wants to draft a DE or OLB. Irvin needs to prove he can step up and Clems might not be back in time for the start of next season.

1st Dion Jordan DE Oregon. 6'6 245 We might have to trade up to grab him. I'm a Ducks fan so I've see this dude play alot. He's fast can play LB and can cover. He could replace Hill or Irvin. He's great as a DE or OLB. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1UwVrBRruEk

2nd Terrance Williams WR Baylor. 6'3 210. Fast, big body, good hands. Didn't break out till his SR year. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ep3ASYyhUB4

3rd Tank Carradine DE/DT FSU 6'5 265. Projected a 1st RD pick. Torn his ACL. Could drop him into the 2nd or 3rd round. Dudes a beast. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bWHxJk4XAKA


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 Post subject: Re: Lets talk DRAFT!
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Draft forum?

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 Post subject: Re: Lets talk DRAFT!
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Draft forum?



Exactly, if we're going to talk draft lets get all the draft people involved.

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 Post subject: Re: Lets talk DRAFT!
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I would like to see them take a long look at justin hunter (6' 4 200lbs) or cordelle patterson (6'3 205lbs) from Tennessee. I have been able to see them quite a bit living in knoxville both have good speed and can make plays. Hunter was coming off an acl tear so he started slow but really came on late in the season. Patterson was a juco transfer and instantly made a difference on the field. However he still needs to work on route running.


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