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Discussion in 'NFL Draft' started by TANK CALICO, Jan 10, 2006.
I forgot about his Knee injury being a factor in his decision.
- MICHAEL BUSH (Louisville)… might not be the next "Big" thing, but he is most certainly the next "BIG" back… an extraordinary athlete with a rare combination of size, speed and vision… a former high school quarterback now carries a 250-pound frame with the dexterity of a player 50 pounds lighter… an absolute beast when it comes to tackling him, he's able to run through most defenders and has shown the balance to break free for long gains after initial contact… roughly 6020, 248-255 pounds… has been timed in the 4.50 range in the 40... playing in a passer-friendly offense, but may be inclined to return since he has a strong sense of team and leadership… has also been battling some late-season injuries…
1. Jason Allen
2. Max Gean Jiles
3. Any of the many tackles that are projected as 1st round picks that may slip.
4. Omar Jacobs (if we don't take Young)
no way Omar makes it to round 4
He was listing who he would take in the 2nd rnd. It was a list of 1st-4th rnd choices.
Manny Lawson will not be available. He is going to be the Demarcus Ware of this draft. He will blow people away with his combine and be taken in the top half of the 1st rnd.
Who we take in the 2nd will be directly related to who we take in FA.
I agree, but Jason Allen is skeptical, he didn't play all year
Which is also the only reason he makes it out of the top 15 selections. The dude can play corner and safety. He led the entire SEC in tackles as a junior from the safety position on one of the best defenses in the nation. He is big and has 4.45 speed. His only question mark is the injury he had this year, but keep in mind that this is the first time he has been hurt.
Greg Blue, S, Georgia
I'd like one of the linebackers from Iowa...Greenway or Hodge (provided one drops to the high second round)