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    Re: Day 3 BPA's by position



    Anybody know anything about Juszczyk as a inline blocker, i know he has the lead blocking and receiving appeal but if he can block inline he could fit multiple roles




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    Is add Mychal Rivera and Chris Gragg at TE as well.


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    Although Walsh's system of offense can compensate for lack of talent; however, defense is a different story. According to Walsh, talent on defense was essential and could not be compensated for. What did Walsh do in 1981? He acquired physical and talented players on defense.




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    Re: Day 3 BPA's by position

    If the Ravens take another DB (and I think they will) it wouldn't surprise me if it was Sanders Commings (6'0", 215lb, 4.41) out of Georgia, simply because he is one of those versatile 'tweener-types - a decent corner who probably is better suited to play safety. My dark horse at CB is Micah Hyde (Illinois). I really like his tape for a late round pick.




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    Re: Day 3 BPA's by position

    For a sortable list, go to this page:

    http://www.cbssports.com/nfl/draft/drafttracker

    Part way down the page, under the "On The Clock" section with the big team logos (in draft order), there is a "Prospects" tab. click on it and you can see every player yet to be taken.




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    Re: Day 3 BPA's by position

    FWIW, and it ain't much, Walter football has their two day 3 mocks out, 4th and 5th rounds only.

    Walter gives us: 4th round: Barrett Jones, and Chris Harper, and 5th round Andre Ellington who he admits is more because he didn't think Ellington would slide any more.

    Charlie Campbell gives us: 4th round: Chris Harper and Jordan Poyer, 5th round: Joe Kruger

    Fanspeak.com/some dude named Steve gives us: 4th round Jordan Mills, and BW Webb, 5th round: Nico Johnson

    Fanspeak.com/some dude named Willy gives us: 4th round Aaron Mellette and Malliciah Goodman, 5th round: Keith Pough AND he gives us a 6th round: WR Jasper Collins and S Sanders Commings




  6. #30
    I really, really don't want Chris Harper.


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    Although Walsh's system of offense can compensate for lack of talent; however, defense is a different story. According to Walsh, talent on defense was essential and could not be compensated for. What did Walsh do in 1981? He acquired physical and talented players on defense.




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    Quote Originally Posted by NC Raven View Post
    Nice list... I just added a few names in CAPS and threw in my vote/2 cents for some of the guys on the list by bolding, underlining etc. The more emphasis, the more I like the player. Marquess Wilson would be my most coveted player here, but the way the draft is going, the Giants will take him, because they're taking everybody I wanted us to take. On NFL .com the fans have graded their draft a "C" -- insane! They might have gotten Pugh later, they might not. I love all three players they've taken. I like our guys so far, but I'd trade drafts with NYG right now in a second.
    Don't think Greg Reid is anything more than a return specialist. He's not remotely close to the Honey Badger in defensive instincts or skill.

    I do like your Lattimore idea as a late round flyer. We'd be able to ease him him and try to build up his health at a safe pace. Could be a nice trade chip down the road, but that strategy doesn't really fit Ozzie's MO.




  8. #32

    Re: Day 3 BPA's by position

    Quote Originally Posted by Raveninwoodlawn View Post
    I really, really don't want Chris Harper.


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    I guess I just have a blind-spot or the tape out there is just bad tape. I really can't see how Harper's game translates to the NFL.
    I mean KSU had a mickey-mouse offense and a mickey-mouse QB, but still, there should be flashes, right?

    I read about his excellent routes, but I don't see "excellent" on film. I see "okay" and "serviceable".
    Same thing with his hands. I've seen a few nice grabs, but nothing jaw-dropping.
    He's strong and heavy, but I don't see him being all that physical on the field.
    I guess not having much film on him is screwing me up.
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  9. #33

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    Quote Originally Posted by ursula View Post
    Nice additions.

    Color me inane but I want Denard Robinson.
    I like him too. His running ability and big play potential is worth a shot at some point.







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