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Old 04-08-2013, 02:10 PM   #661
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Lawrence Okoye at nearly 6-foot-6 and 304 pounds, Okoye ran the 40-yard dash in 4.78 seconds while posting a 10-foot-5 broad jump and a 35-inch vertical jump. Current holder of the British Record for Olympic discus is also an accomplished rugby player. Bottom line is he is a great athlete.


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Old 04-08-2013, 05:48 PM   #662
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Is it just me or is the draft less interesting to everyone else around Redskin nation? I mean this should be my ideal draft. Nothing but grunts at the top. Usually my interest in the draft is no less then an 11 out of 10 and I could go at least 3 deep at every position except kicker, long snapper, and punter.

It's not like I don't have free time to read up on it but most of my free time seems to be reading up on politics (uhhhhh past me would beat the crap out of present me).

Do I need to seek more professional help then usual or is the combination of unsexy positions at the top with no Redskins 1st round pick ramping down everyone elses interest?
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Old 04-08-2013, 06:00 PM   #663
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DJ Swearinger please.
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Is it just me or is the draft less interesting to everyone else around Redskin nation? I mean this should be my ideal draft. Nothing but grunts at the top. Usually my interest in the draft is no less then an 11 out of 10 and I could go at least 3 deep at every position except kicker, long snapper, and punter.

It's not like I don't have free time to read up on it but most of my free time seems to be reading up on politics (uhhhhh past me would beat the crap out of present me).

Do I need to seek more professional help then usual or is the combination of unsexy positions at the top with no Redskins 1st round pick ramping down everyone elses interest?
Lacking a first round pick dampens my interest a little. The draft becomes more unpredictable as it goes on, so who knows what will happen even with our first pick.
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Old 04-08-2013, 06:27 PM   #665
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How I'd rate the CBs in the draft (w/out some of those obvious guys that will go clearly before we pick)

1. Johnathan Banks
2. Jamar Taylor
3. Jordan Poyer
4. BW Webb
5. Nickell Robey
6. Leon McFadden
7. Tyrann Mathieu
8. Darius Slay
9. Robert Alford
10. Tharold Simon


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Small-School Prospects Ready to Burst onto the NFL Scene | Bleacher Report
They spent a lot of time during the NCAA Football season scouting Banks and Slay

They're rumored to like Alford, but I don't know about that

They've shown interest in Wreh-Wilson's teammate Gratz...which probably means they're really interested in Wreh-Wilson

App State Demetrius McCray could be a late round/UDFA pick

I think they're leaning Poyer
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Old 04-08-2013, 06:34 PM   #666
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DJ Swearinger please.
I've read the jets are interested and he may not be there at 51, as a result.
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They spent a lot of time during the NCAA Football season scouting Banks and Slay

They're rumored to like Alford, but I don't know about that

They've shown interest in Wreh-Wilson's teammate Gratz...which probably means they're really interested in Wreh-Wilson

App State Demetrius McCray could be a late round/UDFA pick

I think they're leaning Poyer
Ahhh here's that smootsmack info I love to read (Where's your sources?!?; kidding you missed that when you were gone)

Yeah I'm not high on Alford because he unlike janoris Jenkins never played against top talent. And he is going to be 25 with Crohn's disease.

Banks I love. I don't give two craps that his forty sucks. If he can play and do well against the best than, he can play in the NFL as a CB. Darius slay he's solid but other than his name there's not much I like about him.

Like I said I don't like any Uconn defenders, it's a system full of good to average players.

Ill have to check out the app state kid
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They spent a lot of time during the NCAA Football season scouting Banks and Slay

They're rumored to like Alford, but I don't know about that

They've shown interest in Wreh-Wilson's teammate Gratz...which probably means they're really interested in Wreh-Wilson

App State Demetrius McCray could be a late round/UDFA pick

I think they're leaning Poyer
I would be fine with that, but we would have to go safety in round three
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Old 04-09-2013, 01:47 AM   #669
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Speaking of Safeties; here's how I would rate the safeties that we could get

1. Matt Elam
2. Bacarri Rambo
3. DJ Swearinger
4. Eric Reid
5. Phillip Thomas
6. Duke Williams
7. Shamarko Thomas
8. Ray Ray Armstrong
9. TJ McDonald
10. Shawn Williams
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Speaking of Safeties; here's how I would rate the safeties that we could get

1. Matt Elam
2. Bacarri Rambo
3. DJ Swearinger
4. Eric Reid
5. Phillip Thomas
6. Duke Williams
7. Shamarko Thomas
8. Ray Ray Armstrong
9. TJ McDonald
10. Shawn Williams
Nice list. Even a blind Hogette could find a safety in this draft class.

I like Tony Jefferson, even though his stock has fallen recently.

JJ Wilcox has size and skills but he seems to need to be developed. He might be a solid pick in a later round.

I suppose David Amerson will be drafted early as a CB but I really like the idea of him at FS as a pro. With his size (6-3, 205) and range, he could be outstanding at FS.

Terry Hawthorne is considered to be a CB but I like the idea of him as a pro SS. He has good size (6-0, 194) and speed (4.4) and he's a great tackler, IMO.

I might be the only guy around who's crazy enough to want to convert big, fast CB's into safeties.
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They've shown more interest in Duke Williams than anyone else this off-season, including current NFL players.

They like Phillip Thomas a lot too, and Wilcox.

Late round sleeper could be Bradley McDougald
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I would give our draft grade a T for Trill if we came away with Poyer in the second and Duke Williams/Phillip Thomas in the 3rd.
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DJ Swearinger please.
We'd be lucky if he fell to us in the 3rd round. I think he'd be a reach in the 2nd.
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They've shown more interest in Duke Williams than anyone else this off-season, including current NFL players.

They like Phillip Thomas a lot too, and Wilcox.

Late round sleeper could be Bradley McDougald
See I'm not too sold on this Wilcox guy. Phillip Thomas I like a lot but I gave Eric Reid the slight advantage over him since he play in the SEC and didn't suffer a major foot injury.

I've heard of McDougald w/ the Redskins before; he's a safety from Kansas. I wouldn't mind him late in the draft.
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David Amerson (DB) of NC State and Phillip Thomas safety from Fresno St. are visiting us according to Chris Russell.
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