2013 Draft Possibilities

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  1. ScotTitan

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  2. FLA Titans Fan

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    SeniorBowl Players Im starting to keep an eye on

    RB
    John Frankin UCLA, Stepfan Taylor Stanford

    WR
    Aaron Dobson Marshall, Marquise Goodwin Texas, Chris Harper Kansas State, Markus Wheaton Oregon State, Cobi Hamilton Arkansas, Tavarres King Georgia, Quinton Patton Louisiana Tech, Terrance Williams Baylor

    TE
    Vance McDonald Rice, Michael Williams Bama

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    David Quessenberry San Jose State, Xavier Nixon Florida, Brian Schwenke California, Larry Warford Kentucky

    DL
    Datone Jones UCLA, Kawann Short Purdue, Cornelius Washington Georgia, Brandon Williams Missouri Southern, Sylvester Williams North Carolina

    LB
    So far havent been impressed by anyone really but I still like Reddick from UNC

    DB
    T.J. McDonald Southern California, Jordan Poyer Oregon State, Jamar Taylor Boise State, Desmond Trufant Washington, Duke Williams Nevada, Robert Alford Southeastern Louisiana, Sanders Commings Georgia, Leon McFadden San Diego State, B.W. Webb William & Mary, J.J. Wilcox Georgia Southern, Shawn Williams Georgia

    Deep class for DB OLINE WR DLINE
  3. xpmar9x

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    Datone Jones has been lining up as a DT. He's going to be a 4-3 DT, in a Jason Jones/Karl Klug "pass rushing" DT.

    Buc is a amazing athlete with great speed and a good burst. He's raw on his moves, but hey.. those can be learned. Not many college players have elite pass rush moves. He has all the physical tools & is a hard woerker (I know this personally). At the 6'5 240-250, he's worth the risk of a 6th pick. Goodman is another monster DE, and would look great as D'Morgs backup. We'd now have two young DEs behind Morgan, Wimbley, and occassionally Ayers. Both have alot of upside.

    I have zero interest in Hunt.
  4. xpmar9x

    xpmar9x Vote for Pedro

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    I've been diggin Kawann Short. I don't think we'll have interest in D. Jones, we have the average size DTs that can get after the passer. We need a bigger body 6'3+ 310+ spacing taking, run stopping, DT.
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    Short from what I've seen is a single gap penetrator tho. But damn good at it. 5 tech at the next level is probably his best spot.
  7. xpmar9x

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    That UNC DT is looking impressive as will, Williams I think. Too lazy to google it.
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    Sylvester Williams. Yes. I liked him and the other small school Brandon Williams in drills. BWill. Was using some awesome hands and lateral movement to blow by the guards.
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    Jenkins looked like a monster in the drills. Really large man. Had some good bullrush but I never really saw that when looking at him in games.
  10. LoneWolf

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    I was really disappointed in John Jenkins after the senior bowl just seems like a practice guy now. I went back and watch the clips of him versus different teams their is no push what so ever. Just a big body guy that's about it.

    Depending who is still when we pick at 39 I would love to get Brandon Williams their is discussion of him being a second round pick now.