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Old 04-29-2011, 11:38 PM   #736
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Re: 2011 Draft Thread Rounds 2-3

Redskins Catch Hankerson In Third Round

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The team had planned to draft him at No. 53 and No. 62 in the second round, but they opted to trade down both times and acquire more mid-round picks instead.

He was still on the draft board when the Redskins finally selected at No. 79 overall.
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Old 04-29-2011, 11:38 PM   #737
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Marcus Cannon Scouting Report - 2011 NFL Draft Prospect

Seems like this guy would be a steal -- someone posted this a little earlier and seems like a great pickup in the 4th or 5th
So would him: Jacquizz Rodgers - 2011 Draft Tracker - SI.com

and him: Jeff Maehl - 2011 Draft Tracker - SI.com my poor man's Wes Welker
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Old 04-29-2011, 11:39 PM   #738
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Re: 2011 Draft Thread Rounds 2-3

Great job tonight. Jenkins seems solid, didn't expect that pick.

Known for a few weeks now we liked Hankerson, that we could add him and multiple picks is great

We can use our 5ths to try to move up

QB is not a priority tomorrow

was shadowbyte sniffing glue during tonights thread?
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Old 04-29-2011, 11:39 PM   #739
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Re: 2011 Draft Thread Rounds 2-3

So we have 9 or 10 [icks tommorrow?
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Old 04-29-2011, 11:40 PM   #740
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I'm sure Cannon's cancer is scaring some teams off
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Old 04-29-2011, 11:41 PM   #741
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Justin Bannan would not provide the pass rush abilities that Jordan would. Average 3-4 ends eat space; good ones make plays, too.

Look at the Jets, Steelers, and Ravens: they often spend first round picks on guys you pejoratively termed "space eaters."
Wrong, bud. I said spend 1st round picks on 3-4 DEs. Please provide the 1st round 3-4 DEs(not NTs) they have that such beastly pass rushers.

Pitt rarely spend 1st round picks on 3-4 DEs. Hood was the only DE picked by Pitt recently. Hampton is a NT, not a DE. Hood also was the very last pick in the first round.

Same with the Jets. Gholston was initially picked to be an OLB, but he failed at that, so they tried him at DE. Ellis is the only 1st round DE they picked that didn't fail out of the NFL. There are two other guys who flamed out.

Same with Baltimore. In fact, Ngata is the ONLY DL in their ENTIRE HISTORY that they took in the first round.

So, where are these 3-4 DEs being snatched out of the first round again???????????
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Old 04-29-2011, 11:43 PM   #742
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I like adding these guys just based on the fact that we have not been able to add a ton of players with a decent draft positions in years. The way they have moved back in the second was incredible. Top notch work, we can really build some depth with all the picks tom and at the very least we should get maybe 4 or 5 guys that can make the team.
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Old 04-29-2011, 11:48 PM   #743
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Draft this man. You want smart, versatile, experienced, and high character guys? This man is a future starter.
Clint Boling, Georgia, NFL Draft - CBSSports.com - NFLDraftScout.com

Positives: Football smart, durable and very experienced against top competition. Quick feet and can get to the second level and hit a moving target. Technique and hand placement are good. Hands have some power. Can trap, pull and seal effectively. Decent drive blocker. Light on his feet and extends his arms well in pass protection. Excellent Intangibles.

Negatives: Not a great athlete. Marginal knee bend and plays high. Waist bends. May not be athletic enough for the NFL tackle position, and may not play with the knee bend and low center of gravity needed to succeed inside. Can be bull rushed. Struggled against elite competition, including Nick Fairley of Auburn.

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Old 04-29-2011, 11:52 PM   #744
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was shadowbyte sniffing glue during tonights thread?
I think he was having some Vinny flashbacks. It's hard to get used to having more draft picks at the end of the night than when you started.
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#Redskins are clearly making up for lost time with all these draft day trades.

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Old 04-30-2011, 12:00 AM   #746
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I'm sure Cannon's cancer is scaring some teams off
Hmm... didn't know about that, hope he gets better
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Hmm... didn't know about that, hope he gets better
Sources: TCU draft NFL prospect Marcus Cannon has cancer - ESPN
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Old 04-30-2011, 12:04 AM   #748
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So now weve Got ourselves a real nose tackle. I'm sorry but after today I can't stop thinking about how sick our front 7 would be if offensive lines had to account for orakpo, Kerrigan,..... And haynesworth (playing defensive end).
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Old 04-30-2011, 12:11 AM   #749
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Re: 2011 Draft Thread Rounds 2-3

Don't like the Jenkins pick when Paea was still there. Hankerson is a great value pick at # 79.

Here's some targets for tomorrow:

Lawrence Guy, DT (3-4 DE), Az. St.
Christian Ballard, DT (3-4 DE), Iowa
Clint Bolling, G, Georgia
Andrew Jackson, G, Fresno St. (6th or 7th rd)
Richard Sherman, CB, Stanford (6th or 7th)
Jordan Todman, RB, Conn
Chris Hairston, RT, Clemson
Colin McCarthy, ILB, Miami
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Old 04-30-2011, 12:16 AM   #750
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[QUOTE=Slingin Sammy 33;799001]Don't like the Jenkins pick when Paea was still there. Hankerson is a great value pick at # 79./QUOTE]

Agreed. We could have had 2 really high motor guys in Kerrigan and Paea along with Orakpo. Jenkins looks soft (fat and out shape) he better get to the gym and lift hard.
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