Jonathan Cooper

Discussion in 'NFL Draft' started by UrbanLegend3, Feb 22, 2013.

  1. RollTide

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    Warmack's not really hurt he just wants to wait and lift on his pro day.

    Fluker lost too much weight or he gained too much going into the senior bowl. He weighed 355 at the senior bowl and didn't play and weighed in at 339 yesterday. The loss could have taken something out of him for the lift.

    Cooper really helped himself not only by lifting so well but he weighed 311. Everybody had him at 295 going in. Big difference there.

    If somebody wants to jump up and take cooper in the top 10 be our guest. We are taking Warmack.
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  2. UrbanLegend3

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    This is just great news all around. The higher Cooper gets the more likely we get either one of them. Warmack/Cooper in the 1st, Warford or impact DT in the 2nd, Cyprien/Swearinger in the third (Maybe even Mathieu/Trufant) and we will be sitting very pretty. If we do any of that and then pick up some hidden gems in the later rounds (Justin Hunter has a 3rd round grade) I'll be a very happy camper.
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  3. steverife

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    Somebody's boy Jordan Reed put up 16 reps.
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  4. TorontoTitanFan

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    Agree that this is good news for the Titans. I was starting to worry that Warmack would go off the board before the Titans pick, but no chance both of them are off the board by 10. The Titans will get one of them.

    Has there ever been a more obvious Titans pick? Even VY at #3 was far less obvious than this year. If Warmack is on the board, the Titans might turn in their card in record time.
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  5. Two Kings

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    So yea maybe he wasn't hurt, not sure, but more reports on him participating.

    Alabama OG Chance Warmack ran forty times of 5.55 and 5.53 at the NFL Scouting Combine.
    The consensus top player in this draft among avid game-tape watchers, Warmack's forty times are not surprising for a 6-foot-2, 317-pound interior offensive lineman whose strength isn't straight-line speed. Warmack, who did not bench in Indy, will perform a complete workout at Alabama's Pro Day next month.

    Feb 23 - 11:52 AM​
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  6. UrbanLegend3

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    I don't want to be one of those people who falls in love with a guy because of the combine but Cooper has been amazing at everything. Great bench, good 40, and clearly has the best movement skills of any linemen i've seen today.
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  7. THE_TITAN

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    Has impressed me more than Warmack today but I expected that. They really are close though.... I wouldn't be angry if we took Cooper at pick 10.
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  8. J Falk

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    What we really need to do is trade back. Interior O-lineman NEVER get drafted top 10...and they rarely get drafted top 20. If we could trade back 5-10 picks, not only would we get an extra pick out of it, we would save some money, AND still get one of these guys...no doubt.
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  9. Architect

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    Last season it seemed like DeCastro was a perfect fit for us. We really need Oline help but most didnt think he would fall that far. When he fell to us I was 100% positive we were running to the draft podium to take him... then we drafted a slow slot receiver that pads his stats with bubble screens
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  10. 520

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    ya cuz wright calls his own plays
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