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    Quote Originally Posted by runrayrun27 View Post

    This is why I like Barrett Jones. He can play anywhere (maybe not LT), but he gives so many combinations. If we cannot draft a capable LT then I want Jones in the 2nd and I would give something up to move up for him
    He was a damn good LT at Alabama two years ago.

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    Re: LT Prospects

    Where is this Castillo likeS KO at left tackle coming from, I haven't seen or read it except on forums. Can someone point me in the right direction?




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    Quote Originally Posted by arnie_uk View Post
    Where is this Castillo likeS KO at left tackle coming from, I haven't seen or read it except on forums. Can someone point me in the right direction?
    Brian Baldinger is connected to Castillo and mentioned in a radio interview with WNST that Juan had mentioned KO as an option at LT if McKinnie was not retained. Here are some links. In the 2nd link go to 8:50 to hear Baldinger discuss it:

    http://wnst.net/baltimore-ravens/rav...hows-interest/

    http://wnst.net/audio-vault/?listen=...mele%20at%20LT




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    Re: LT Prospects

    Mike Mayock is now saying that 6 OTs could be picked in round 1 with Watson and Pugh getting picked at the botom of the round and Flucker a little higher than that. To me that says two things: 1) we could take one of those guys if we are interested but 2) with 6 OTs being picked other players will drop to us that we are more interested in.




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    Quote Originally Posted by bmorecareful View Post
    Brian Baldinger is connected to Castillo and mentioned in a radio interview with WNST that Juan had mentioned KO as an option at LT if McKinnie was not retained. Here are some links. In the 2nd link go to 8:50 to hear Baldinger discuss it:

    http://wnst.net/baltimore-ravens/rav...hows-interest/

    http://wnst.net/audio-vault/?listen=...mele%20at%20LT
    Which means they would do anything they could to keep Oher at RT. If glee don't have a legit LT this year you could see a left side of KO and Jah Reid.

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    Any thoughts on Armstead with our natural 2nd?
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    Quote Originally Posted by BigPlayReceiver View Post
    Any thoughts on Armstead with our natural 2nd?
    I like him alot, i dont think he gets to 62 but i think he's an option if we trade down from 32. He's gonna have to get stronger in his lower body and i wouldnt feel great about him playing as a rookie but he has all the tools imo.




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    Re: LT Prospects

    At one time I liked Brennan Williams a lot, but he's strictly RT. Not sure I want us penciled into that.

    LT developmental guys that intrigue me...

    Chris Faulk
    Quessenberry
    Marquardt
    Rogers Gaines
    Aboushi
    Bakhtiari
    Xavier Nixon?

    Terron Armstead is the guy I'd like most if we're not talking 1st round, but as said above, he's not likely to fall all the way down to our natural 2nd rounder. Just get a feeling someone else will overvalue him.
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    Re: LT Prospects

    Yep in round 2 you'd look at Armstead or Bakhtiari with Bakhtiari being more ready but both would be developmental. And both could be gone by the time we pick. Honestly I would put Watson and Pugh here too but it sounds like they are going possibly in round 1.




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    Re: LT Prospects

    Quote Originally Posted by StingerNLG View Post
    Which means they would do anything they could to keep Oher at RT. If glee don't have a legit LT this year you could see a left side of KO and Jah Reid.
    Or, if the Ravens decide the BPA in the draft is a guard, they could slide KO out to LT and insert a guard better than Jah Reid into that LT spot. If they had a shot at taking Justin Pugh or Kyle Long, they might go that direction.




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    Quote Originally Posted by Kyle Cactus View Post
    If anyone's interested here's a long, detailed write up on Menelik Watson. It's not a talent evaluation, just sort of his history up to this point. I found it interesting.

    http://sports.yahoo.com/news/nfl--nf...015845154.html
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    Re: LT Prospects

    Dallas Thomas is a mid-round guy I like a lot that hasn't been mentioned in this thread. Nice pass protection pedigree at Tennessee and has the ability to play guard as well (started at LG every game his senior year).

    I fear there's not going to be much value at the position in this year's draft, however. There aren't 6 1st-round talent tackles this year, and it's entirely possible 6 get taken. That'll dilute the value of a tackle with later picks, most likely.




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