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my 2 cents
01-14-2006, 09:59 PM
1)Tye Hill, cb Clemson-Good tackler, great speed, and moving up.
2)Andrew Whitworth ot LSU-LSU boy that should be picked 30-50 or so.
3)Charlie Whitehurst, QB Clemson- Mid 3rd should be about where he ends up..not the project of Jacobs as so many here prefer.....
4)Brian Van Acker, c, Northern Illinois-Perfect fit for Houck/Saban type OL...smart, and nasty but a bit undersized at 295.
5)Supplemental Manny Wright
6)Traded SD
7a)Moe Thompson, de Grambling-Former South Carolina player that Saban knows and is a high reward type if he stays out of trouble.
7b)Ronnie Prude, cb LSU- A little short on speed but a good tackler that plays faster than he has times as I have read.
7c)Tony Ugoh, ot Arkansas- Saban recruit that was a top 10 HS OL that chose Arkansas. Tough, strong guy that will be a RT but could move inside.

sports24/7
01-14-2006, 10:58 PM
I think there will be better than Ty Hill. This draft is loaded at DB and I would rather wait on one unless Huff is there, but I would rather Cromartie or Youboty than Hill.

Boik14
01-15-2006, 03:16 AM
ewwww so many clemson players. i feel dirty. Go Gamecocks :)

Motion
01-15-2006, 03:21 AM
Different, I'd like to get alot better value out of our first rounder though.

MiamiDolphins34
01-16-2006, 12:39 AM
Different, I'd like to get alot better value out of our first rounder though.

Yea,Hill in the 1st is a reach. :eek:

ChambersWI
01-16-2006, 12:48 AM
Yea,Hill in the 1st is a reach. :eek:

no he isn't. But at 16? that's a little high.

Danny
01-16-2006, 12:49 AM
1)Tye Hill, cb Clemson-Good tackler, great speed, and moving up.
2)Andrew Whitworth ot LSU-LSU boy that should be picked 30-50 or so.
3)Charlie Whitehurst, QB Clemson- Mid 3rd should be about where he ends up..not the project of Jacobs as so many here prefer.....
4)Brian Van Acker, c, Northern Illinois-Perfect fit for Houck/Saban type OL...smart, and nasty but a bit undersized at 295.
5)Supplemental Manny Wright
6)Traded SD
7a)Moe Thompson, de Grambling-Former South Carolina player that Saban knows and is a high reward type if he stays out of trouble.
7b)Ronnie Prude, cb LSU- A little short on speed but a good tackler that plays faster than he has times as I have read.
7c)Tony Ugoh, ot Arkansas- Saban recruit that was a top 10 HS OL that chose Arkansas. Tough, strong guy that will be a RT but could move inside.
I don't want a corner in the 1st...would rather have a safety if that....but realy would like a LB if not Cutler...the LSU guy is pretty good tho and the QB in the 3rd is about right...I don't think we'll take a center but if we do is would be a bigger guy than that imo.

Ozzy rules!!
:rockon: :guitar:

MiamiDolphins34
01-16-2006, 01:00 AM
no he isn't. But at 16? that's a little high.

So he is or hes not?

Motion
01-16-2006, 01:02 AM
So he is or hes not?

He basically meant he's a late 1st.

BigDogsHunt
01-16-2006, 05:27 PM
I see you are from NC....dont you watch or scout any west coast teams??? SEC, ACC, heavy....LOL.

chrome4
01-16-2006, 06:49 PM
1)Tye Hill, cb Clemson-Good tackler, great speed, and moving up.
2)Andrew Whitworth ot LSU-LSU boy that should be picked 30-50 or so.
3)Charlie Whitehurst, QB Clemson- Mid 3rd should be about where he ends up..not the project of Jacobs as so many here prefer.....
4)Brian Van Acker, c, Northern Illinois-Perfect fit for Houck/Saban type OL...smart, and nasty but a bit undersized at 295.
5)Supplemental Manny Wright
6)Traded SD
7a)Moe Thompson, de Grambling-Former South Carolina player that Saban knows and is a high reward type if he stays out of trouble.
7b)Ronnie Prude, cb LSU- A little short on speed but a good tackler that plays faster than he has times as I have read.
7c)Tony Ugoh, ot Arkansas- Saban recruit that was a top 10 HS OL that chose Arkansas. Tough, strong guy that will be a RT but could move inside.
Your Draft has been dubbed unrealistic, due to many things. First Whitworth is a 3rd most likely a 4th rounder with all the talented tackles in this draft.