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Old 12-01-2013, 08:04 PM   #1
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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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Old 12-01-2013, 08:28 PM   #2
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I hope they draft some one on the front 7 or offensive line. Maybe Will Sutton will drop, I doubt it though, Aaron Donald is another potential DT that has dominated. Hageman stands out as well. Plenty of offensive linemen to choose from as well.
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Old 12-02-2013, 07:27 AM   #3
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I could see Skov potentially being available in the 3rd tbh due to his lack of top end speed. Great leader though with the kind of intensity and recognition skills that would always be welcome. Definitely a great year for versatile LBís.

Will Sutton is reported to have regressed slightly due to adding weight, as it was felt he was getting washed out of some plays last year. This has allegedly damaged his burst off the snap, and effectively taken away his best attribute. Aaron Donald is a similar player to a pre-weight gain Sutton in terms of measurables, and has been utterly dominant. His lack of preferred height is likely to push him into the 2nd, but could be a steal for whoever drafts him. Hageman then, bottom line is a 1st rounder barring unrealised character concerns or injury. Heíll be of our reach Iím afraid.

Iíd personally like to see us take a dominant guard prospect in the 2nd. Gabe Jackson and Cyril Richardson are likely to be gone by the time we pick first, but David Yankey (Stanford) looks very intriguing. Heís having a terrific year supposedly and has really improved his pass protection. Has the agility by all accounts for a zone-blocking scheme (if Shanny is still around), but also enough necessary strength for a power-blocking scheme (if itís all change with the coaching staff). Should also mention he can play tackle if necessary. That said, if say Donald is the pick then I would have no issue at all.
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Old 12-02-2013, 08:25 AM   #4
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Sutton struggled at the beginning of the year but returned to form after a few games. Probably needed to adjust to adding 30 pounds. If I drafted him I would ask him to lose 10 or 15 pounds because he is special.
Hageman is more of a wish than anything. He is similar to last years Sheldon Richardson but I can always hope he drops. I hope they either go Oline or defensive front. Both those sides need talent.
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Sutton struggled at the beginning of the year but returned to form after a few games. Probably needed to adjust to adding 30 pounds. If I drafted him I would ask him to lose 10 or 15 pounds because he is special.
Hageman is more of a wish than anything. He is similar to last years Sheldon Richardson but I can always hope he drops. I hope they either go Oline or defensive front. Both those sides need talent.
He did? Fair play. Any of the draft sites Iíve read suggest heís definitely suited more to his 2012 weight so maybe itís likely he gets encouraged to shed the extra pounds, and simply get back into the shape that allows him to do what he did so well.

I agree on the defensive front. Besides Cofield, I donít see anyone making anywhere near enough plays. And maybe we will indeed get lucky with say Hageman. Every year there seems to be players who drop to opportunistic teams. We definitely need to start hitting on the picks we do have though.
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Old 12-02-2013, 03:33 PM   #6
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If we went offense I hope we get either a quality Guard or Allen Robinson of PSU.

Later round pick L'Damian Washington from Mizzou.
6'4 with 4:3 speed project 3 or 4th rounder.
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Old 12-02-2013, 07:02 PM   #7
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Dream Draft at this point...

Round 2: Shayne Skov ILB Stanford - Ideal replacement for Fletcher

Round 3: Anthony Steen G Alabama- Quick guard from a pro-style juggernaut school.

Round 4: L' Damian Washington WR Mizzou- 6'4, 4.3 speed

Round 5: Dri Archer WR/RB/PR Kent State- Darren Sproles meets Dexter McCluster

Round 6: Dexter McDougle CB Maryland- Solid corner hurt early this season

Round 7: Kirby Van der Kamp P Iowa State- Sav needs to go.
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Dream Draft at this point...

Round 2: Shayne Skov ILB Stanford - Ideal replacement for Fletcher

Round 3: Anthony Steen G Alabama- Quick guard from a pro-style juggernaut school.

Round 4: L' Damian Washington WR Mizzou- 6'4, 4.3 speed

Round 5: Dri Archer WR/RB/PR Kent State- Darren Sproles meets Dexter McCluster

Round 6: Dexter McDougle CB Maryland- Solid corner hurt early this season

Round 7: Kirby Van der Kamp P Iowa State- Sav needs to go.
Drafting a punter in the past has been bad juju. Anyone remember Durant Brooks?

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Old 12-02-2013, 09:42 PM   #9
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^Lol How many 7th round picks are still on the Redskins roster... Lets see Rob Jackson, Chris Nield, and Richard Crawford. Sav Rocca's net average yards per punt is 34.7, 61 punts with a total 2535 yards. That is terrible.

Van der Kamp's current net average yards is 41.6, a total of 84 punts with 3493 yards. Go ask RG3 and the defense if field position means anything.
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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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Drafting a punter in the past has been bad juju. Anyone remember Durant Brooks?

...Exactly.
Interestingly enough, the Jacksonville Jaguars used the 70th pick in the 2012 draft on Bryan Anger, a punter out of Cal... A couple of picks later the Seahawks selected a QB named Russell Wilson. Just an interesting fact I found today.
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We need help all over. I'd be fine with any pick that plays LG, C, RG, RT, WR, CB,or ILB.
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Every pick should be used on Defense and O-linemen. EOM.

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Every pick should be used on Defense and O-linemen. EOM.
I concur. You win up front and you will win the majority of your games.
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I hope we go WR w/ our first pick: either Mike Adams or Sammy Watkins. (One of them could make it to Round Two, right?) We need a deep threat desperately. Aldrick is a joke. Please surround RGIII w/ some weapons.
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