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    Re: The Case for a Defense-heavy Draft



    Checked Gil Brandt's final posted May 5th

    Some minor shuffling but spotted this
    37. Demarcus Lawrence, DE, Boise State who was not in the top 125 before
    Lawrence (6-foot-2 3/4, 250 pounds) was previously unranked because I wanted to check on his off-field problems. He was redshirted as a junior college player in 2010, although the reasons are unclear, and he was twice suspended while at Boise State. His coaches say he has no major problems. Lawrence is a very athletic player with long arms and big hands, and he totaled 20 sacks from 2012-13.
    Moved him one spot ahead of Dee Ford


    http://www.nfl.com/draft/story/0ap20...14-draft-class

    Kelvin Benjamin was dropped from 33 to 41, I think he is out of the first round for real.

    Has Jimmie Ward still at 44 for what that is worth
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    Re: The Case for a Defense-heavy Draft

    Quote Originally Posted by @SumthingObvious View Post
    FTR I would use the compensatory 4th.
    Compensatory or not, that is still the 138th pick of the draft. Colvin might be worth that, but it wouldn't surprise me if he is still there when the Ravens pick at 175.




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    Re: The Case for a Defense-heavy Draft

    That would be great if he was there at 175...


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    Re: The Case for a Defense-heavy Draft

    Quote Originally Posted by @SumthingObvious View Post
    Get that...but for arguably a top 75 player might have to do that. Same could be said for the guard out of Clemson that shredded his knee (Brandon Thomas) was buzz he would be a fringe 1st rounder...but to land the player who could bounce back and provide great value....its a risk to take to get a player who isnt quite ready. But we did this for Kapron Lewis-Moore last year.

    FTR I would use the compensatory 4th.
    The Ravens do not have a "regular" 4th round pick, only two comp picks... Bc




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    Re: The Case for a Defense-heavy Draft

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    Must be good Chinese food Darb.


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