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Old 04-19-2014, 10:23 AM   #256
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Old 04-19-2014, 01:33 PM   #257
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my 3 choices

1. DEMARCUS LAWRENCE, DE, BOISE ST.
2. JASON VERRETT, CB, T.C.U.
3. CYRUS KOUANDJIO, OT, ALABAMA

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Old 04-19-2014, 02:06 PM   #258
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my 3 choices

1. DEMARCUS LAWRENCE, DE, BOISE ST.
2. JASON VERRETT, CB, T.C.U.
3. CYRUS KOUANDJIO, OT, ALABAMA

Thoughts?

Lawerence is small for a DE, and slow for an OLB

Verrett could be a good one, but probably would not play much next year...lets see what Crawford, and Minnifield can do before drafting a CB high

Kouandjio is slow, and has health issues

FWIW.... Morgan Moses has been invited to attend the draft, does this mean he could go in the first round ?
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I like Crawford but eventually we'll need another corner anyway. Good insights though
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I like Crawford but eventually we'll need another corner anyway. Good insights though
To me Minnifield is just a body at this point. Crawford I like a lot, but we do need another CB.
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Old 04-19-2014, 04:57 PM   #261
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Let's hope that Crawford comes back from his injury ready to kick butt and take names.

This is not a knock, just a comment, but Verrett doesn't fit the NFL trend of favoring bigger corners. I wonder what this will mean for him. Again, I'm not knocking his talent.

As for Kouandjio, IMO we get more bang for our #34 buck if we choose Amaro or trade down.
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Old 04-19-2014, 07:58 PM   #264
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Let's keep the boy big and not swing and miss. If the player is large and can play we could use him.
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As for Kouandjio, IMO we get more bang for our #34 buck if we choose Amaro or trade down.
Kouandijo feels a bit like Da'Quan Bowers to me. All that raw talent, so tempting to any team looking to upgrade either Tackle spot. I'd argue that if you just look at physical upside alone he's second only to Greg Robinson for this years draft.

However failing a handful of teams physicals he feels radioactive. Granted all this might be a moot point if the following rumor comes to fruition:

Report: Dolphins targeting Cyrus Kouandjio in the first round | ProFootballTalk

On another note it seems like the team really likes Cameron Fleming (OT Stanford).
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- Virginia tackle Morgan Moses (scouting report) is also a possibility in the late part of round one and his value has increased after the injury to Brandon Thomas. Its not that Thomas would have been selected before Moses rather the injury precludes a team passing on Moses with the hopes of getting Thomas a round later. Iím told the Carolina Panthers could grab Moses late in round one and many think he wonít get past the Washington Redskins in the second frame.

- Another tackle the Washington Redskins are seriously interested in is Cameron Fleming (scouting report) of Stanford. Fleming has worked out for the Carolina Panthers as well as the Atlanta Falcons. Heís also completed a workout/visit for the Tennessee Titans. Iím told not only not only did Fleming score an impressive 33 on the wonderlic but one of the above mentioned teams gave him a 20 question quiz which he answered in less than one minute and scored 100%.
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Guy is a monster tackle but I doubt we are interested
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Old 04-19-2014, 11:40 PM   #267
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if we can get a tackle, i'd be pretty okay with that.
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Lawerence is small for a DE, and slow for an OLB

Verrett could be a good one, but probably would not play much next year...lets see what Crawford, and Minnifield can do before drafting a CB high

Kouandjio is slow, and has health issues

FWIW.... Morgan Moses has been invited to attend the draft, does this mean he could go in the first round ?
That characterization of Lawrence is quite poor. He may be somewhat of a tweener, but he makes up for that in other areas. He's very versatile, and played a number of different roles for Boise State. He also has a ton of strength to go with a number of different pass rushing moves. In addition, he hustles the whole game and generally has a big impact. To write him off as "too small for a DE, and too slow for an OLB" is ridiculous.

Verrett would be a great one. If he's on the board and Allen passes, there will be blood. Dude is an elite talent, probably the most talented DB in the draft. And why wouldn't he play much next year? He's miles above Porter.

Here we go again with the characterizations that in no way tell the whole story. Kouandijo's top end speed may not be there, but that's not the most important type of speed for an O-lineman. He's quick off the snap, and uses his athleticism beautifully in both run and pass blocking. His mobility is superb.

And Kouandijo's health issues are non-existent.

Dr. James Andrews says no issues with Cyrus Kouandjio's knee - CBSSports.com
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Old 04-21-2014, 02:36 PM   #269
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I'd like to cast my vote for Morgan Moses at #34.
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I'd like to cast my vote for Morgan Moses at #34.

I second that motion.
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