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Discussion in 'NFL Draft' started by VolNation, Mar 16, 2017.
Reddick is projected to play ILB in a 34, WLB in a 43 or nickel. He does fit.
And now I'm the lazy one.
After reading more about him, he definitely could be someone to consider at #18. He projects as a Jamie Collins type player. Can run, hit, and cover. I'd take that all day.
I'm not a big fan of his. I would pick him up in round 3 but no way in hell am I touching him with a 1st. He most likely gets picked up in round 2 though. I would much rather take Raekwon.
Ideally we get Foster with 18.
I like Cunningham a lot....at #33. Once we trade #5 for #12 and #33.
#12: Corey Davis
#18: Gaeron Conley
I think the only concern is it IS a projection... he didn't played Lb in college.
Zach Cunningham in the late second would be nice.
Only way I'd feel comfortable with us taking an ILB is if it's too good to pass up at 18, and the only guy that fits that requirement is Foster. Cunningham and some other guys look pretty good, and are probably worthy of an 18th overall pick, but that doesn't mean they are worthy of our 18th overall pick. Too many bigger holes, with players just as good if not better.
A month ago I never would have thought that Foster would be there at #18. I still don't think he will, but there's now a slight chance he'd drop after the combine due to his medical stuff with his shoulders. I don't think the spat with the med tech will do anything though.
Obviously he could be in play at somewhere around #10-#13 if we could trade out of #5 though.
I rather not. He's worth a 10-13 pick, but to me he's not a must draft there when we already have Woodyard and Williams and Howard and Davis will both probably be available.
Finally someone that has him valued properly