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Negmaron
01-14-2006, 05:00 AM
1. Matt Leinart (http://football.about.com/od/nationalfootballleague/p/mattleinart.htm), USC
2. Vince Young (http://football.about.com/od/nationalfootballleague/p/vinceyoung.htm)*, Texas
3. Jay Cutler (http://football.about.com/od/nationalfootballleague/p/jaycutler.htm), Vanderbilt
4. Omar Jacobs (http://football.about.com/od/nationalfootballleague/p/omarjacobs.htm)*, Bowling Green
5. Brodie Croyle, Alabama
6. Darrell Hackney, UAB
7. Charlie Whitehurst, QB Clemson
8. Brett Basanez, Northwestern
9. Barrick Nealy, Texas State
10. Reggie McNeal, Texas A&M

Omar Jacobs please Nick:dolphins:

woody1351
01-14-2006, 05:04 AM
no to omar, sorry negmaron i dont want him

Motion
01-14-2006, 05:26 AM
I'll take #3 please.

Finfanforever
01-14-2006, 09:18 AM
1. Matt Leinart (http://football.about.com/od/nationalfootballleague/p/mattleinart.htm), USC
2. Vince Young (http://football.about.com/od/nationalfootballleague/p/vinceyoung.htm)*, Texas
3. Jay Cutler (http://football.about.com/od/nationalfootballleague/p/jaycutler.htm), Vanderbilt
4. Omar Jacobs (http://football.about.com/od/nationalfootballleague/p/omarjacobs.htm)*, Bowling Green
5. Brodie Croyle, Alabama
6. Darrell Hackney, UAB
7. Charlie Whitehurst, QB Clemson
8. Brett Basanez, Northwestern
9. Barrick Nealy, Texas State
10. Reggie McNeal, Texas A&M

Omar Jacobs please Nick:dolphins:

Even though he probably is the 4th best QB on the board...he is WAY over-rated and a MUCH bigger project than #'s 1,2,3,and 5 on your list. Therefore...I'll pass on Jacobs.

RunningBackGuru
01-14-2006, 11:13 AM
I'll take #3 please.

:yes:

Me too.

fins5423
01-14-2006, 11:22 AM
I would like a #3 with a......... championship!

with extra winning seasons.

and hold the Omar Jacobs.

Dors156
01-14-2006, 01:33 PM
omar will be perfect for our offense

sports24/7
01-14-2006, 03:32 PM
1. Matt Leinart (http://football.about.com/od/nationalfootballleague/p/mattleinart.htm), USC
2. Vince Young (http://football.about.com/od/nationalfootballleague/p/vinceyoung.htm)*, Texas
3. Jay Cutler (http://football.about.com/od/nationalfootballleague/p/jaycutler.htm), Vanderbilt
4. Omar Jacobs (http://football.about.com/od/nationalfootballleague/p/omarjacobs.htm)*, Bowling Green
5. Brodie Croyle, Alabama
6. Darrell Hackney, UAB
7. Charlie Whitehurst, QB Clemson
8. Brett Basanez, Northwestern
9. Barrick Nealy, Texas State
10. Reggie McNeal, Texas A&M

Omar Jacobs please Nick:dolphins:
On pure potential maybe, but I doubt that is what most teams QB board will look like. Brodie Croyle is maybe as close as any to playing right away and has an absolute cannon for an arm. I don't think Jacobs will be rated higher and there may be a couple more ahead of him too. Jacobs has potential, but too many people on this board are overrating him at this point.

kpcane
01-14-2006, 03:37 PM
If we couldn't, or choose not to, get Cutler or Jacobs, is there a chance Michael Robinson is a possibility in the 6th or 7th rounds? Or is he practice squad material at this point?

saves
01-14-2006, 04:26 PM
I'm pretty sure Robinson is going to be a WR.

fishypete
01-14-2006, 08:38 PM
I'm pretty sure Robinson is going to be a WR.

Not if a smart GM makes the right decision....he'll be a project....but he has alot of qualities you look for in a QB. Anyone who likes strong arms....has to like this guy.

QB Michael Robinson posted his seventh 200-yard passing game of the season against Florida State in the Orange Bowl, passing for 253 yards on 21 of 39 with one TD and one interception. His seven 200-yard passing games rank seventh all-time in PSU history for a career. He finishes his career with 3,531 career passing yards (9th all-time) and posted 2,350 passing yards on the season (4th all-time). With 21 yards rushing he ran his Penn State season record total offense total to 3,156. He finishes his career with 5,168 total yards moving him into fourth place all-time.



All Robinson needs is some TLC....and some one to groom him correctly as a QB. He has a great high school career as a QB....but he's been moved around so much while at PSU...it hurt him.

SMadison29
01-15-2006, 01:48 AM
I currently have:
1-Matt Leinart, USC
2-Jay Cutler, Vanderbilt
3-Vince Young, Texas
4-Brodie Croyle, Alabama
5-Charlie Whitehurst, Clemson
6-Omar Jacobs, Bowling Green
7-Darrell Hackney, UAB
8-Barrick Nealy, Texas State
9-Kellen Clemens, Oregon
10-Reggie McNeal, Texas A&M

ckparrothead
01-15-2006, 02:29 AM
Barrick Nealy at #9 makes me DROOL if that is where he stays on most teams' boards. The 9th QB taken in 2005 was Dan Orlovsky in the mid-5th. In 2004, it was Josh Harris in the late 6th round. In 2003, it was Drew Henson in the mid 6th round. In 2002, Brandon Domon in the late 5th.

So #9 means between late 5th and late 6th, more often than not. Getting Barrick Nealy with our 6th round pick would cause me to go dancing through the streets. Here are my rankings...maybe it will be a shocker.

1. Matt Leinart
2. Vince Young
3. Jay Cutler
4. Brodie Croyle
5. Barrick Nealy
6. Darrell Hackney
7. Omar Jacobs
8. Charlie Whitehurst
9. Erik Meyer
10. Kellen Clemens
11. Bruce Gradkowski
12. DJ Shockley
13. Josh Betts

Notable Undrafteds: Drew Olson, Paul Pinegar, Brett Basanez, Marcus Vick, Bruce Eugene, Travis Lulay, Ingle Martin.

Drafted as WRs: Michael Robinson, Reggie McNeal

Motion
01-15-2006, 02:30 AM
I currently have:
1-Matt Leinart, USC
2-Jay Cutler, Vanderbilt
3-Vince Young, Texas
4-Brodie Croyle, Alabama
5-Charlie Whitehurst, Clemson
6-Omar Jacobs, Bowling Green
7-Darrell Hackney, UAB
8-Barrick Nealy, Texas State
9-Kellen Clemens, Oregon
10-Reggie McNeal, Texas A&M

Better

fishypete
01-15-2006, 01:41 PM
Ratings as I see it, as of now...

1- Leinart

2- Young

3- Cutler

4- Jacobs

5- McNeal

6- Croyle

7- Olson

8- Whitehurst

9- Clemens

10- Shockley


M. Robinson and Vick will be the wild cards....one or both will be drafted....or one or both will be undrafted and signed....but they will both add something to the draft itself. IMHO....M. Robinson is a perfect Mueller type at QB...he fits a brooks type player....don't be surprised if the Dolphins don't use a 6th or 7th rounder on him.

ckparrothead
01-15-2006, 03:30 PM
Ratings as I see it, as of now...

1- Leinart

2- Young

3- Cutler

4- Jacobs

5- McNeal

6- Croyle

7- Olson

8- Whitehurst

9- Clemens

10- Shockley


M. Robinson and Vick will be the wild cards....one or both will be drafted....or one or both will be undrafted and signed....but they will both add something to the draft itself. IMHO....M. Robinson is a perfect Mueller type at QB...he fits a brooks type player....don't be surprised if the Dolphins don't use a 6th or 7th rounder on him.

Robinson is being viewed as a wide receiver, there has really been virtually no discussion of him as a genuine quarterback prospect. And in the end I feel it will be the same for Reggie McNeal, though he is resisting more than Robinson. Robinson has accepted an invitation to attend the senior bowl as a wide receiver, but I believe McNeal refused the same such invitation, choosing to play in the East-West Shrine game as a QB instead.

Silverphin
01-15-2006, 03:39 PM
I would like a #3 with a......... championship!

with extra winning seasons.

and hold the Omar Jacobs.

Would you like a 2nd Rd Shutdown CB fries with an Aqua and Orange shake?

fishypete
01-15-2006, 06:43 PM
Robinson is being viewed as a wide receiver, there has really been virtually no discussion of him as a genuine quarterback prospect. And in the end I feel it will be the same for Reggie McNeal, though he is resisting more than Robinson. Robinson has accepted an invitation to attend the senior bowl as a wide receiver, but I believe McNeal refused the same such invitation, choosing to play in the East-West Shrine game as a QB instead.

You may be right CK....But if you thought he could be a QB...in time...would you want him to try out as a QB...or receiver?

As far as I can see...his experience as a receiver is nominal...he actually played more as a running back...while at PSU. Whats strange is he was a four year starter as a QB in High School...and won a few awards...hmmm?

This is from the senior bowl site;

MOBILE, Ala. (January 13, 2005) -- The resurgence of Penn State football in 2005, which culminated in an 11-1 record, a Big Ten Championship and Orange Bowl victory, was keyed by a quartet of seniors who will play in the 2006 Senior Bowl, officials have announced.

Headed to Mobile are quarterback Mike Robinson, the Big Ten Offensive Player of the Year; defensive end Tamba Hali, a consensus first-team All-American; All-American cornerback Alan Zemaitis and cornerback Anwar Phillips.

Robinson posted one of the greatest seasons in Penn State history in 2005, breaking former All-American Kerry Collins’ school single season total offense record with 3,156 yards. Named the Big Ten’s Most Valuable Player by the Chicago Tribune, Robinson also finished fifth the balloting for the 2005 Heisman Trophy.

The 6-2, 217-pound native of Richmond, Va., passed for 2,350 and ran for 806 more, and was responsible for 28 touchdowns (17 passes and 11 rushes), second highest total in school history.

The first Penn State quarterback to rush for at least ten touchdowns in a season, he ran for at least one score in nine of 12 games and ranks second in the Big Ten and ninth in the nation having been responsible for 168 points on the year.

I don't see anywhere that they say he isn't going to play as a QB...Why build him up in the P.R. as one...if your not going to play as one? I guess we'll find out.

PhinBeck
01-15-2006, 06:47 PM
#3 Cutler in the 1st, #4 Jacobs in the 5th no earlier if we lose out on Cutler. Jacobs has a ton of upside and could be great, but he needs to be developed.