What happens when we take Ansah @ 10?

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  1. ncaalover12

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    After seeing the film on this guy, all I can say is...WOW. Freakish athlete...wouldn't be upset if he was our 1st round choice at all
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  2. Brew City

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    I was just going to say something like this. After the signings, cuts, and rumors it really made sense to me that we would be going after Ansah. Especially when Wyatt said we wouldn't be targeting DE in FA. It's down to either Ansah or Trufant/Milliner.
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  3. cdubbs2121

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    You're always posting about bleacher report. It's not a legit sports website. Are you a blogger for them? If they say something go the opposite way cause it's BS
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  4. cdubbs2121

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    Thank god you're not a GM with that negative outlook
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  5. The Playmaker

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    Ansah would be a great pick for us. Since we have Morgan and Wimbley, he wouldn't have to come right in and start for us. If needed we can take our time with him and continue to develop him without Ansah having to feel the pressure of producing immediately. We take the year to improve his technique, refine the rest of the game, and get him some experience. After this year we can either let Morgan walk and have Ansah fill in or cut Wimbley and let Ansah start with Morgan.

    When I watch him I think of him as just a big body who is going to do well against the run and be a solid contributor pass rushing but then you realize he has really good speed for his position and considering he's only been playing football for 3 years he still has a lot of room to learn and develop, I mean really his ceiling is elite and his low is a rotational guy imo. He's raw and probably going to be a bit of a project but I would totally take him at 10, go Guard in the 2nd, and then sure up the rest of the defense after that. Also throw in the fact that we have a pass rush specialist who seemed to help Morgan a lot this past year and it seems like we have the tools to take on this guy.
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  6. The Playmaker

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    B/R is improving and they have a few solid writers, Miller being one of them. The site still has a long way to go but as long as you're reading the articles from the actual talented writers then it's fine.
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  7. Ensconatus

    Ensconatus Losing faith...

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    Hardly a negative outlook. Just my view on the pros and cons of this draft when looked at the perspective of our team. I'm not sold on a single prospect that's actually worth a top ten pick. That's not negativity. That's realism. Some of the players Im interested in have little chance at being drafted here based on other scenarios. Such as Elam because we just signed a vet.
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  8. Brew City

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    Not to mention Ayers and Brown.
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  9. The Playmaker

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    Ah yes good point, LB's too.
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