Discussion in 'NFL Draft' started by lilkhmerkid4u, Apr 25, 2013.
I want honey badger from LSU in rd 3
Too many to name. Only Te'o would make me mad. I like Tank, Cyprien, Hunter, Patton, Slay, Banks, Hunt. I'm really hoping for one of these.
My ideal day for tomorrow is. Cyprien/Carradine in the 2nd. Hope Patton drops to the 3rd. Rambo as the 3rd comp.
Not really digging the DEs left. Aside from Carradine I don't like anyone in the 33-45 range.
I guess as far as DB I'd go Wreh-Wilson. I want a big corner and all of the ones I wanted are gone. I was really hoping Trufant would miraculously fall to the second and we'd jump up to get him. Cyprien is the only S I'd get excited about.
I've always liked Kawann Short and Brandon Williams at DT. Williams is probably more of a late 2nd or early 3rd though.
I think the best depth is at WR. Could be a little mini-run on them before our pick. The Lions desperately need someone across from Megatron and the Jets need one too.
Don't really think we'll take a linebacker.
Personally I hope Carradine fall to us but I'd be okay with any of the following:
Darius Slay, CB, Mississippi St.
Mantai Te'o, LB. Notre Dame
Jamar Taylor, CB. Boise St.
Jesse Williams, DT, Alabama
Justin Hunter, WR, Tennessee
Robert Woods, WR, USC
Luckily Jacksonville and Arizona will most likely be picking QB's and the Jets still need a WR. If Carradine makes it past the 49ers and the Eagles I think he is ours.
Carradine or best CB available.
Tank- he's better than Werner and who knows how good he can be since he had that injury early in the year
Cyprien- end of days for Griffin
Brown/Minter- LB depth, especially MLB but can't really see this happening
WR is really deep, we should wait till the 3rd. Justin Hunter and Patton are intriguing however.
Banks/Taylor- we need a physical CB.
I get the Banks hate but it's a little over the top imo. He had a knee injury that hampered him for a lot of the year and people say he's slow but he's not that bad and how often do football players run straight line anyway? I would take him.
After seeing who is available in the 2nd think I rather wait for WR till the 3rd, deeper position than any other also.
With an explosive burst off the snap and a high-revving motor, Florida State's Cornellius "Tank" Carradine quickly emerged as one of the most intriguing pass rushers in the country last season.
Exactly what we need........
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