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Old 11-29-2009, 06:19 PM   #31
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Well, I don't "have him" anywhere because I don't really compile my own pre-draft position rankings. However I would agree with your list. I'd rather have any of the guys you mentioned over Gerhart. I'm not sold on him at all.
Id love to get McCluser from Ole Miss, he reminds me of Chris Johnson from the Titans. A draft of Okung, Clausen, McCluster would be a dream come true
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Old 11-29-2009, 07:29 PM   #32
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Id love to get McCluser from Ole Miss, he reminds me of Chris Johnson from the Titans. A draft of Okung, Clausen, McCluster would be a dream come true
I like McCluster too, but he's 5-9 170. Chris Johnson is 200lbs. McCluster can flat out fly though.
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I'd rather have any of the guys you mentioned over Gerhart. I'm not sold on him at all.
I suggest you watch him play, you know why Gerhart will be successful in the NFL? First off he's got heart, the guy gives it his all till he drops, second he's smart and third he's as tough as they come.
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Old 11-29-2009, 09:17 PM   #34
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I suggest you watch him play, you know why Gerhart will be successful in the NFL? First off he's got heart, the guy gives it his all till he drops, second he's smart and third he's as tough as they come.
So he's Rock Cartwright?
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Id love to get McCluser from Ole Miss, he reminds me of Chris Johnson from the Titans. A draft of Okung, Clausen, McCluster would be a dream come true
Clausen would need a way better situation than we could offer him to be successful. So much of his success at Notre Dame was throwing jump balls into obvious mismatches.

Clausen is virtually certain to be one of the first two QBs taken, and I have to imagine he'll go to a team that can offer him more help than we can.

It's really all Bradford, McCoy, and Tebow in the first round (Tebow though is going between the 23rd and 32nd pick, so he probably shouldn't concern us), and then in the second, I'd look at Pike or Lefeveour.
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So he's Rock Cartwright?
Might as well replace Cartwright, since he's kinda getting old - 30 years old I believe.. It would not hurt us, after watching him for a little bit, he looks like he can play as FB.. He's just simply too strong; granted it's in college but I'm sure after he bulks up more after he gets in NFL, he should grow from there.. We always can put him as FB if he doesn't work out as RB.. Don't forget, Sellers's getting long in tooth, as well.. If this pans out, then Gerhart would replace two players when they both are gone..
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Old 11-29-2009, 09:25 PM   #37
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No Locker in the first two rounds? What about Robinson?

I'd still keep an eye on Skelton and Randolph out of the Patriot League
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Either I fail miserably as an armchair Football analyst or this 2010 draft projection was written by someone on acid. They have both Gerhart and Golden Tate going in the 5th round..WTF?

Scout.com: 2010 NFL Draft - The Possible 5th Rounders
It was written back in august.
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Clausen would need a way better situation than we could offer him to be successful. So much of his success at Notre Dame was throwing jump balls into obvious mismatches.

Clausen is virtually certain to be one of the first two QBs taken, and I have to imagine he'll go to a team that can offer him more help than we can.

It's really all Bradford, McCoy, and Tebow in the first round (Tebow though is going between the 23rd and 32nd pick, so he probably shouldn't concern us), and then in the second, I'd look at Pike or Lefeveour.
Which Qb in this years draft would give us the best chance to win with our current situation excluding an upgraded Oline?
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I like McCluster too, but he's 5-9 170. Chris Johnson is 200lbs. McCluster can flat out fly though.
One offseason in the NFL will give him the weight that he needs. The third that we gave for Jarmon will hurt us though unless we trade down in the first.
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Which Qb in this years draft would give us the best chance to win with our current situation excluding an upgraded Oline?
I guess Bradford would be the answer, but in all honesty, we'd be better off spending picks on defensive playmakers who could score for us as opposed to someone who would play skittish at best and awful at worst behind this line.

I see no reason to rush on to the next man up though. There's no hurry, and there's a whole lot of rocket-armed passers lined up in 2011. The name of the game is positive change, not desperate attempts at trying to find someone who can be marginally better than Campbell in the future. That's not going to build a winner.
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I'll reiterate that we should take a QB if the right guy falls to us. That's something I would have recommended last year as well, even though Campbell was coming off a pretty promising 2008 season. There's no such thing as too many good scheme fits.
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Gerhart is solid, but here's another guy who could be a strong mid-round pick for us



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I just can't say enough about this too, I hope Danny has been watching because Jim Harbaugh is a hell of a coach and Gerhart is the second coming of Riggins. Mark my words Jim harbaugh will be the next great coach in the NFL if anyone is smart enough to sign him, I hope the Skins do.
Not meaning to piss on your thread but he ran over Notre Dame for crying out loud. They might have the worst defense in the history of Div. 1 football. That was one of the worst displays on tackling I've ever seen. Gerhart is not going to be running over NFL LB's. Let's go get some linemen before we draft a RB. I'd be more than happy with Mason, Cartwright and a speed back. As for Harbaugh I'd say we pass cause he doesn't have any NFL coaching experience. Does he? No more college cocahes!
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Clausen would need a way better situation than we could offer him to be successful. So much of his success at Notre Dame was throwing jump balls into obvious mismatches.

Clausen is virtually certain to be one of the first two QBs taken, and I have to imagine he'll go to a team that can offer him more help than we can.

It's really all Bradford, McCoy, and Tebow in the first round (Tebow though is going between the 23rd and 32nd pick, so he probably shouldn't concern us), and then in the second, I'd look at Pike or Lefeveour.
I can't believe that someone is going to pick this guy in the first or second round to play QB. Amazing.
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