2013 Draft Possibilities

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  1. FLA Titans Fan

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  2. xpmar9x

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    Third Round: Larry Warford, OG, Michigan State. LOL, for being a B/R Featured Columnist you think he'd know that the 3rd ranked guard is from Kentucky. Not to mention, personally I dont see Warford falling out of the 2nd.

    Alec Ogletree @ 10? McCarthy can be good, but he's always hurt. With the holes at RG, LG, C, SS, CB, DE, and DT we have many other spots to fill before ILB. Not to mention Ogletree is a late-1st grade (will likely rise).
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  3. 2ToneBlueBlood

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    I spotted like 2 or 3 mistakes in that article. Warford, for one is from Kentucky, not Michigan State. But I would call that a solid draft. Nothing spectacular really. I wouldn't take Ogletree at 10 but would be fine with it if we decided to move down.
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    Mistakes in a Bleacher Report article? No! But their 13-year-old writers are always so accurate!
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  5. Ensconatus

    Ensconatus Losing faith...

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    I like ogletree but that just ain't happening.
  6. xpmar9x

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    Double that. I have a feeling we'll see Chicago or Baltimore pick him up. 3 ILBs worth a first, Te'o, Minter, and Ogletree.
  7. griff33daddy

    griff33daddy Special Teams Standout

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    vacarro can play ss and that would fill a need if we went that route...i personally like matt elam the best but i dont think he will fall to the second especially past the ravens if minter is gone and ed reed retires

    ss is our biggest need in the back end of the secondary i feel and i dont see us bring back griff if he plays poorly again and someone like vacarro could move from ss to fs if hes not retained

    i would be going crazy if we could trade back to the late teens or early 20's and draft elam then pick up barret jones and warford in the second but thats all wishful thinking
  8. steverife

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    The draftek mock from a few days had Warford listed at Michigan State. I guess we know where that BR contributor gets his info...
  9. xpmar9x

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    I'm extremely hot on taking a DT early, hoping that Star is there. If he's not, I'd want my #2 DT... Kawann Short. NOTE: I do love Sheldon Richardson, but I want the run stuffing DT to pair w. Casey & Martin.

    Short is 6'3 308, lost 12 lbs before the Senior Bowl. Has a 33 3/4 Reach. The All-Big Ten first-team selection led the Boilermakers in tackles for loss (14.5), sacks (6.0), PDs (11), and blocked kicks (4). While he was battling an ankle injury. Short squats more than 600 pounds and bench presses in the 400s. He was doubled a ton @ Purdue, and still put up the #s and is extremely quick off the snap. His senior bowl practices wow'd me over.

    Is he worthy @ #10, not so sure. But, if we traded back a few spots, say #15. I'd love to take Kawann, pair with a guard in the 2nd, and a SS in the 3rd.
  10. Titans2004

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    Is Star worth trading up a few spots to land? or is their a player you would want to trade up for in this draft? I have not seen a single mock that has Star falling to #10, but in a bunch of them he lasts until the #8 pick. Per the trade value chart our 1st and 3rd would get us up to the 7th spot.

    Personally I don't think their is a sure fire stud player that I would trade up for.