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Old 04-07-2008, 03:02 AM   #16
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Why don't we just keep this to official visits? I'm sure they are showing interest in a lot of people
You mean concerning the previous post? Yeah, I was thinking that people just discuss the current crop of visitors and let me know whos visiting one way or another.
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Old 04-07-2008, 09:40 AM   #17
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I believe owen schmit went to Fairfax high school, regardless the guy is strong as hell and destroys people blocking.
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Old 04-07-2008, 12:02 PM   #18
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I believe owen schmit went to Fairfax high school, regardless the guy is strong as hell and destroys people blocking.
10 broken WV facemask agree with you.
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Owen Schmitt is intriguing, what round is he projected??
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Old 04-07-2008, 12:46 PM   #20
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Owen Schmitt is intriguing, what round is he projected??
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Dirtbag - was Andrew Crummy from Maryland on hand or is his foot injury still keeping him out of workouts for teams? I saw that Crummy did attend Maryland's pro day and he did 28 reps of the bench press but was unable to run.

Has anyone heard if the Skins are looking at Crummy as they found some success signing his linemate Stephen Heyer last year? I tried to watch Maryland football but do not follow it too closely - is Crummy projected to be a legit NFL offensive lineman and how often did he get injured while playing at Maryland?
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Old 04-07-2008, 01:39 PM   #22
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Dirtbag - was Andrew Crummy from Maryland on hand or is his foot injury still keeping him out of workouts for teams? I saw that Crummy did attend Maryland's pro day and he did 28 reps of the bench press but was unable to run.

Has anyone heard if the Skins are looking at Crummy as they found some success signing his linemate Stephen Heyer last year? I tried to watch Maryland football but do not follow it too closely - is Crummy projected to be a legit NFL offensive lineman and how often did he get injured while playing at Maryland?
I don't know, but I'm really interested in learning Crummy's standing with the team. Right now it looks like the Redskins will come out of the 1st 3 rounds with a G/T type in Tony Hills and personally I think that Crummy would make a fine C/G type to backup Casey Rabach. I'd have to imagine that they're taking a good look at him as an UDFA, especially considering their success in developing Heyer last year. Right now I envision the draft playing out as follows:

1st - Calias Campbell - DE - Miami
2nd - Jordy Nelson - WR - KSU or Tracy Porter - CB - Indiana
3rd - Tony Hills G/T - Texas
3rd Comp - Zach Bowman - CB - Nebraska or Will Franklin - WR - Missouri
5th - Owen Schmitt - FB - WVU
6th - Corey Lynch - FS - Appalachian State
7th - Joey Haynos - TE - Maryland
7th comp - Alvin Bowen- OLB - Iowa State
7th comp - Kyle Wright - QB - Miami (Sorry ThatGuy, but the combination of physical talent and Miami bloodline makes drafting him a good chance)

UDFA - Andrew Crummy
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Old 04-07-2008, 01:50 PM   #23
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I don't know, but I'm really interested in learning Crummy's standing with the team. Right now it looks like the Redskins will come out of the 1st 3 rounds with a G/T type in Tony Hills and personally I think that Crummy would make a fine C/G type to backup Casey Rabach. I'd have to imagine that they're taking a good look at him as an UDFA, especially considering their success in developing Heyer last year. Right now I envision the draft playing out as follows:

1st - Calias Campbell - DE - Miami
2nd - Jordy Nelson - WR - KSU or Tracy Porter - CB - Indiana
3rd - Tony Hills G/T - Texas
3rd Comp - Zach Bowman - CB - Nebraska or Will Franklin - WR - Missouri
5th - Owen Schmitt - FB - WVU
6th - Corey Lynch - FS - Appalachian State
7th - Joey Haynos - TE - Maryland
7th comp - Alvin Bowen- OLB - Iowa State
7th comp - Kyle Wright - QB - Miami (Sorry ThatGuy, but the combination of physical talent and Miami bloodline makes drafting him a good chance)

UDFA - Andrew Crummy

Thanks for the update. If they got Crummy as a undrafted free agent that would be a nice pickup.

your list looks pretty good - I just hope the Skins focus on the Line a little as the guys on the offensive front are starting to get up in years.
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Old 04-07-2008, 02:27 PM   #24
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Thanks for the update. If they got Crummy as a undrafted free agent that would be a nice pickup.

your list looks pretty good - I just hope the Skins focus on the Line a little as the guys on the offensive front are starting to get up in years.
Also the funny thing is if the Skins' are serious about Owen Schmitt and at the same time feel that Bowman will be their in the fifth then chances are that the Bowman/Schmitt picks could flip-flop.

However if Nelson and Schmitt become Redskins on draft day there will be a man crush sweeping the forum that Anthony Mix and Danarian McCants could only dream of.
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I would have loved to have Chris Long come out. I know he will be loooooooong gone before 21 but it still would be cool to see what he has to offer.
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I don't know, but I'm really interested in learning Crummy's standing with the team. Right now it looks like the Redskins will come out of the 1st 3 rounds with a G/T type in Tony Hills and personally I think that Crummy would make a fine C/G type to backup Casey Rabach. I'd have to imagine that they're taking a good look at him as an UDFA, especially considering their success in developing Heyer last year. Right now I envision the draft playing out as follows:

1st - Calias Campbell - DE - Miami
2nd - Jordy Nelson - WR - KSU or Tracy Porter - CB - Indiana
3rd - Tony Hills G/T - Texas
3rd Comp - Zach Bowman - CB - Nebraska or Will Franklin - WR - Missouri
5th - Owen Schmitt - FB - WVU
6th - Corey Lynch - FS - Appalachian State
7th - Joey Haynos - TE - Maryland
7th comp - Alvin Bowen- OLB - Iowa State
7th comp - Kyle Wright - QB - Miami (Sorry ThatGuy, but the combination of physical talent and Miami bloodline makes drafting him a good chance)

UDFA - Andrew Crummy
Sans the Jordy Nelson I really like the mock selections you've made. I'd really feel comforted if the Skins made all the respective position selections on draft day. I'm all about the 2nd and 3rd round picks on CB.

Just reading your made it seem like the building blocks are falling into place.
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I thought Schmitt was projected in the 3-4 range and Hillis in 4-5? He is a BEAST and would deff. use our 3rd round comp pick on him. And I totally agree we would get a FLOOD of man-crushers on here. Think about all the "who is better/ would win Sellers or Schmitt" threads we would get
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look at all the cornerbacks.
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I don't know, but I'm really interested in learning Crummy's standing with the team. Right now it looks like the Redskins will come out of the 1st 3 rounds with a G/T type in Tony Hills and personally I think that Crummy would make a fine C/G type to backup Casey Rabach. I'd have to imagine that they're taking a good look at him as an UDFA, especially considering their success in developing Heyer last year. Right now I envision the draft playing out as follows:

1st - Calias Campbell - DE - Miami
2nd - Jordy Nelson - WR - KSU or Tracy Porter - CB - Indiana
3rd - Tony Hills G/T - Texas
3rd Comp - Zach Bowman - CB - Nebraska or Will Franklin - WR - Missouri
5th - Owen Schmitt - FB - WVU
6th - Corey Lynch - FS - Appalachian State
7th - Joey Haynos - TE - Maryland
7th comp - Alvin Bowen- OLB - Iowa State
7th comp - Kyle Wright - QB - Miami (Sorry ThatGuy, but the combination of physical talent and Miami bloodline makes drafting him a good chance)

UDFA - Andrew Crummy
No way should Kyle Wright even be drafted.
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Old 04-07-2008, 04:13 PM   #30
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I thought Schmitt was projected in the 3-4 range and Hillis in 4-5? He is a BEAST and would deff. use our 3rd round comp pick on him. And I totally agree we would get a FLOOD of man-crushers on here. Think about all the "who is better/ would win Sellers or Schmitt" threads we would get
Overall: Schmitt attended Wisconsin River-Falls before transferring to West Virginia in 2004, redshirting that season. He appeared in 25 games in his first two seasons with the Mountaineers (2005-'06), logging 113 carries for 731 yards (6.5 average) and nine touchdowns, plus 20 receptions for 167 yards (8.4 average) blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah happy is the horsey who drinks the magic tequila. However, we believe Schmitt is the most complete fullback prospect in the 2008 class. He should come off the board somewhere in the fourth-to-fifth round range.

God, I didn't even consider all the Schmitt/Sellers threads. However with the mods around here I think that there will only be one thread thats allowed to stay. ES on the other hand will have at least 4 or 5.

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Sans the Jordy Nelson I really like the mock selections you've made. I'd really feel comforted if the Skins made all the respective position selections on draft day. I'm all about the 2nd and 3rd round picks on CB.

Just reading your made it seem like the building blocks are falling into place.
The Jordy Nelson selection was based on this quote from Vinny Cerato:
"Receivers are strong in the second or third round," he said. "There's not a top 10 pick [this year]. I don't know if there's a top 20 pick."

Though I like that draft that I just put together the fact remains that it's based more on what I think the Redskins are going to do. At the same time I'm confused since they're bringing in a plethera of Corners for visits so maybe they're targeting a reciever in the third round.

However if they're plaining on a Chad Johnson tradethen chances are that the team will steer clear of drafting a reciever with their first four picks.
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