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Old 04-18-2014, 10:59 PM   #316
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2014 draft prospects Early edition

I think manziel is the next roger staubach.
And i think bradford is the next....bradford.
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Old 04-20-2014, 09:21 AM   #317
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Pretty sure he was joking.
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Old 04-20-2014, 10:54 AM   #318
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If I'm St Louis I unload Bradford and grab Manziel.

They will not do this, but I agree. I think Manziel is going to be really good.
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Old 04-20-2014, 11:05 PM   #319
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Round 2 - Morgan Moses OT UVA 6-6 314

Round 3 - Gabe Jackson OG MS St 6-3 336

Round 4 - Ed Reynolds FS Stanford 6-1 207

Round 5 - Max Bullough ILB MSU 6-4 249

Round 6 - De'Anthony Thomas RB OR 5-9 174

Round 7 - Pat O'Donnell P Miami 6-4 220
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Round 2 - Morgan Moses OT UVA 6-6 314



Round 3 - Gabe Jackson OG MS St 6-3 336



Round 4 - Ed Reynolds FS Stanford 6-1 207



Round 5 - Max Bullough ILB MSU 6-4 249



Round 6 - De'Anthony Thomas RB OR 5-9 174



Round 7 - Pat O'Donnell P Miami 6-4 220

O'Donnell is a freak athlete for a punter. Wouldnt mind spending a 7th on this guy at all
Edit: he is Also a good punter.
I have seen him use that vertical leap to make a high catch on a bad snap more than once. Seen him use that 4-6 speed to make a play more than once too.
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Old 04-21-2014, 04:44 PM   #321
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A late-round CB I like is Dontae Johnson from NC State. Great size at 6-2, 200, and played opposite our boy Amerson. Probably nothing more than a career backup, but a guy I like.

Dontae Johnson*|*North Carolina State,*CB*:*2014 NFL Draft Scout Player Profile

Another late-rounder I like is Ricardo Allen from Purdue. A small corner at 5-9, 187, but plays bigger than that. Plays with hustle and ferocity, two things I love. I like to think he could sit for a year, then take over the slot.

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Old 04-21-2014, 06:06 PM   #322
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A late-round CB I like is Dontae Johnson from NC State. Great size at 6-2, 200, and played opposite our boy Amerson. Probably nothing more than a career backup, but a guy I like.

Dontae Johnson*|*North Carolina State,*CB*:*2014 NFL Draft Scout Player Profile

Another late-rounder I like is Ricardo Allen from Purdue. A small corner at 5-9, 187, but plays bigger than that. Plays with hustle and ferocity, two things I love. I like to think he could sit for a year, then take over the slot.

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The only good thing about Dontae Johnson is his size. He shouldn't consistently get beat like he did with the measured speed that he has - 4.45 in 40. It's like he just woke up from a nap when the ball is snapped. This guy's only worth a pick up as an undrafted free agent.

Ricardo Allen can play, but this is where size matters. And he may get beat a lot if he plays slot with the speedier wideouts because he's relatively slow - 4.61 in 40. It would be good value if he can get picked up in the 7th round - just for depth. If an opposing offense isolates him - him and the team are in trouble.
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You're probably right, but every late-round prospect has had people write them off; sometimes these naysayers are right, sometimes they're not. Look at Richard Sherman. Not the best example, because he's in the perfect situation and isn't as good as the stats indicate, but he was projected as a late-rounder due to top-end speed deficiencies and lack of fluidity and explosion when changing directions, as well as a problem of a lack of consistency when tackling in the open field. Look where he's at now. My point is, it's impossible to determine how a player's game and athleticism will translate to the NFL, and how he'll be used.

Anyway, I don't necessarily have high expectations for either player. I'm just a fan of theirs and will enjoy seeing what they can do in the NFL, even if not on our team.
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Old 04-21-2014, 09:52 PM   #324
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It is such a great year in college football, use this thread to talk about your favorite players. Who would be good for the Skins. IMO the only pic in the second round is Shayne Skov ILB from Stanford.

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Skov ran a 5.1 40 at his pro workout according to Tony Pauline
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Skov ran a 5.1 40 at his pro workout according to Tony Pauline
His post was well before the combine and pro days
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Skov ran a 5.1 40 at his pro workout according to Tony Pauline
And London Fletcher was not drafted. All I know is Skov can play and could be our new Fletcher, who cares what he did at the tryout, I know what he does on the field.
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You're probably right, but every late-round prospect has had people write them off; sometimes these naysayers are right, sometimes they're not. Look at Richard Sherman. Not the best example, because he's in the perfect situation and isn't as good as the stats indicate, but he was projected as a late-rounder due to top-end speed deficiencies and lack of fluidity and explosion when changing directions, as well as a problem of a lack of consistency when tackling in the open field. Look where he's at now. My point is, it's impossible to determine how a player's game and athleticism will translate to the NFL, and how he'll be used.

Anyway, I don't necessarily have high expectations for either player. I'm just a fan of theirs and will enjoy seeing what they can do in the NFL, even if not on our team.
I gotcha. I do agree with the difficulty to project a player's success in the NFL. And I didn't mean to bash you or your opinion on any player. I'll try to be more tactful next time.
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I gotcha. I do agree with the difficulty to project a player's success in the NFL. And I didn't mean to bash you or your opinion on any player. I'll try to be more tactful next time.
Hey, no offense taken. Didn't think your post was untactful at all.

On Skov, I really don't care what he ran in the 40 yard dash. While he wouldn't be a great pick at #34, the dude can play some serious football, and you combine his ferocity with the fact that he's what I like to call a "pure football player", he'll quickly become a fan favorite on whatever team drafts him. Anbody who's seen him play will say pretty much the same thing. If he's on the board in the 3rd round, I'd be very happy with a Skov selection.
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Lets play a fun (read: cruel) game.

If the Redskins still had their second pick and were unable to find a trade partner to move back who would you want them to select?
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Lets play a fun (read: cruel) game.

If the Redskins still had their second pick and were unable to find a trade partner to move back who would you want them to select?
If Clowney didn't go first, him. After that Greg Robinson, Jake Matthews, Khalil Mack, Anthony Barr, or Justin Gilbert.
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