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Old 03-18-2013, 04:19 PM   #571
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2nd: Phillip Thomas FS/SS, Fresno State
3rd: Jordan Poyer CB, Oregon State
4th: Tyrann Mathieu CB/S/RS, LSU
5th: Kenjon Barner RB, Oregon
5th: DJ Swearinger SS, South Carolina
6th: Xavier Nixon OT, Florida
7th: Kwame Gathers NT, Georgia

If this draft happened for us, I might wet myself.

Agree this would be sick.
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Old 03-18-2013, 06:31 PM   #572
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2nd: Phillip Thomas FS/SS, Fresno State
3rd: Jordan Poyer CB, Oregon State
4th: Tyrann Mathieu CB/S/RS, LSU
5th: Kenjon Barner RB, Oregon
5th: DJ Swearinger SS, South Carolina
6th: Xavier Nixon OT, Florida
7th: Kwame Gathers NT, Georgia

If this draft happened for us, I might wet myself.
I see one thing I would change;in the 3rd round I would take David Amerson.
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Old 03-19-2013, 12:13 PM   #573
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Meaningless Mock Draft v1.0 - Son of Washington

This mock is almost identical to what is mentioned above (I'd love it if it came true)
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2nd: Phillip Thomas FS/SS, Fresno State
3rd: Jordan Poyer CB, Oregon State
4th: Tyrann Mathieu CB/S/RS, LSU
5th: Kenjon Barner RB, Oregon
5th: DJ Swearinger SS, South Carolina
6th: Xavier Nixon OT, Florida
7th: Kwame Gathers NT, Georgia

If this draft happened for us, I might wet myself.
There's a lot to like about this mock draft. If it were to happen, I think we may solve our DB problems for years to come.

From what I've read, I think it might be necessary to take Poyer in the 2nd and hope to get Thomas in the third. I love both of those players.

Mathieu in the 4th could happen. We all know that he brings some risk with him but to get that kind of playmaker in the 4th would be a coup, IMO. He could be an outstanding third corner playing in the middle.

Barner is the type of explosive player we need for our offense. The 5th Round for him seems reasonable. I also like Swearinger but I wonder if he'll last until the 5th round.

Nixon in the 6th and Geathers in the 7th might not be possible but they are just the type of players to go for in those slots. Go big or go home!

Nice draft. Now, please make it happen.
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There's a lot to like about this mock draft. If it were to happen, I think we may solve our DB problems for years to come.

From what I've read, I think it might be necessary to take Poyer in the 2nd and hope to get Thomas in the third. I love both of those players.

Mathieu in the 4th could happen. We all know that he brings some risk with him but to get that kind of playmaker in the 4th would be a coup, IMO. He could be an outstanding third corner playing in the middle.

Barner is the type of explosive player we need for our offense. The 5th Round for him seems reasonable. I also like Swearinger but I wonder if he'll last until the 5th round.

Nixon in the 6th and Geathers in the 7th might not be possible but they are just the type of players to go for in those slots. Go big or go home!

Nice draft. Now, please make it happen.
I will work on it.
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I like this potential draft:

Redskins Mock Draft: Full 7-Round Predictions After First Week of Free Agency | Bleacher Report
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I don't like it because Amerson isn't that great of a CB and I don't like the whole "move him to safety" talk we should draft a safety to play safety. A CB to play CB. We don't have the money or picks to just go out and drop a high pick on a player who plays CB and move him to safety.

We can take a risk on tyrann mathieu. That's a different kind of risk.
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I don't like it because Amerson isn't that great of a CB and I don't like the whole "move him to safety" talk we should draft a safety to play safety. A CB to play CB. We don't have the money or picks to just go out and drop a high pick on a player who plays CB and move him to safety.

We can take a risk on tyrann mathieu. That's a different kind of risk.
If the Redskins draft Mathieu play him at slot corner, not safety and not traditional corner. 20-25 plays a game. And of course Returner, even though Crawford had good returns toward the end of the year he is not Mathieu.
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Old 03-20-2013, 01:03 AM   #579
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So the name Phillip Thomas (whom I'm a fan of) popped up on twitter today from one of the redskin talking heads

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@SonofWashington @JacksonSports Good kid but slow, stiff, bad in run support and not really a lot of interest.

I agree with the stiff part and slow? Eh maybe. But the fact that were not that interested is..interesting. I say that because we met with him at the senior bowl and I remember someone else--maybe it was that guy whose name start with a smoot--said that we met with him again at the combine. That sounds like an interested team to me. Who to believe? And do we really want another Strong Safety? Or go for the FS's only.
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Moving Amerson up hes been moving up the boards prolly' gone by the 3rd

2nd: David Amerson CB
3rd: TJ McDonald FS
4th: Christine Michael RB
5th: Brennan Williams OT
5th: Tharold Simon CB
6th: Dennard Robinson
7th: Marcus Davis WR-TE (Conversion)

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Cody Davis S Texas Tech
Ryan Aplin QB
Jaron Brown WR Clemson
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Vinston Painter OT V-Tech
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So the name Phillip Thomas (whom I'm a fan of) popped up on twitter today from one of the redskin talking heads

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@SonofWashington @JacksonSports Good kid but slow, stiff, bad in run support and not really a lot of interest.

I agree with the stiff part and slow? Eh maybe. But the fact that were not that interested is..interesting. I say that because we met with him at the senior bowl and I remember someone else--maybe it was that guy whose name start with a smoot--said that we met with him again at the combine. That sounds like an interested team to me. Who to believe? And do we really want another Strong Safety? Or go for the FS's only.
We interviewed him last night, I'll post the transcript later today when it's finished being typed up. Good kid.
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So the name Phillip Thomas (whom I'm a fan of) popped up on twitter today from one of the redskin talking heads

HTTR24-7.com ‏@HTTR24_7
@SonofWashington @JacksonSports Good kid but slow, stiff, bad in run support and not really a lot of interest.

I agree with the stiff part and slow? Eh maybe. But the fact that were not that interested is..interesting. I say that because we met with him at the senior bowl and I remember someone else--maybe it was that guy whose name start with a smoot--said that we met with him again at the combine. That sounds like an interested team to me. Who to believe? And do we really want another Strong Safety? Or go for the FS's only.

Maybe we were interested in him...until we talked to him.
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We interviewed him last night, I'll post the transcript later today when it's finished being typed up. Good kid.
Hey I mean I hear ya that he's a great kid and great interview, and I hope he is still a great safety in the pros like he was in college, but to your "he's a good kid" comment. Well, so is Tim tebow. See where I'm going here?

Just because they're really nice and or really cool doesn't mean they can play at the next level.
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Never suggested he could. Was just saying he was nice to talk with.
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Sometimes good kid just means good kid.
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