Ezekiel Ansah...

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  1. RollTide

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    Thinking here of JPP, Justin tuck type guy who could be the stud D-lineman we need. Rated by many services as the top DE(Not 4-3 olb) he has the size and raw athletic ability to be a star. Big enough to move around and rush from the inside.

    Of course it depends on the times and the measurements but if his size is as posted 6'5 270 and he puts up solid times and work out numbers he might be our best bet where we pick.

    Again another big tall but athletic guy.

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  2. LoneWolf

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    If Moore, Star, and Hankins are gone I would take Ansah in the first round because more than likely he won't be sitting their come our second round pick.
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    So you would rate Hankins ahead of Shaun Williams or Sylvester Williams? Both of those guys have size but can move.
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    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ezekiel_Ansah

    This kid went to BYU not on a football scholarship but on an academic scholarship! He tried out for other sports first and ran a 10.91 100 meters in track! He is an exceptional athlete who is not brain dead!

    Relatively new to football he is a late bloomer who would greatly benefit from good coaching and good strength work. Do we have that? The similarities to JPP are there.

    He played linebacker at first and then was moved to left DE but watch him on film he plays every single position on the line including NT in a 3-3-5 nickel set.

    He might still be growing and could get bigger and stronger.
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    Whose Shaun Williams the SS from Georgia? He's a second day prospect.

    Our pick will be too high to get Sylvester Williams and he'll probably make it in at the end of the first round, if we can get him with our second pick it wouldn't be a bad idea.

    Hankins was dominant at the beginning of the season we just need someone to come in and take on multiple blockers to free up Morgan.
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  6. RollTide

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    Excuse me Jesse Williams, Shuan Williams was a RB at Alabama some time ago. Funny that i would confuse the 2 guys there is about a about 150 lb difference there.
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    Jesse Williams is a late round guy doesn't offer much as a pass rusher probably better suited for a 3-4 nose guard.

    I talked this kid up before he is worth the risk from 4th round and back, Brandon Williams, below is a nice little article about him.

    http://www.themiaa.com/news/2012/12/6/FB_1206123726.aspx
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    That is retarded! Jesse Williams will be a 1st rd draft pick. He is listed as the 3rd to 5th best DT in the draft. He dominated in games against teams with top 10 offensive lines. He owned Michigan in the first game.

    The best DT i have seen watching tapes of games is Sylvester Williams. He completely dominated Louisville and Miami last year. Only issue was the weak schedule NC had this year but D-linemen from the ACC have a pretty good track record.
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    Jesse Williams against the #2 and #5 ranked teams in the country last year. He is a wrecking machine!

    And he is also relatively knew to the sport he is from Australia for crying out loud.
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  10. LoneWolf

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    Jesse Williams is a 3-4 noseguard he could play in a 4-3 defense. Hes good size and strength good in run support, he's the kid of guy you want at noseguard. He can drive the center back and disrupt plays. 6.5 Sacks freshman thru junior year not to impressive as a pass rush perspective, but pressure is just as good as sacks.
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