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burghPhinFan
02-27-2006, 11:02 PM
( I hope this link works-it should bring up RealPlayer to view it)

http://images.nfl.com/video/homepage/2005/0220-2.ram

I wouldn't mind seeing the next 'Deion Sanders' on Miami's roster:wink:

caneaddict
02-27-2006, 11:36 PM
Cromartie in round 1 and Jason Allen in round 3 would be incredible.

With Daniels, Poole, Mitchell and Bell our secondary would be complete and we wouldn't have to look at it again for a decade.

SR 7
02-27-2006, 11:37 PM
Cromartie in round 1 and Jason Allen in round 3 would be incredible.

With Daniels, Poole, Mitchell and Bell our secondary would be complete and we wouldn't have to look at it again for a decade.

we need a S a hard hitting tackling one wiht good coverage and a good strong CB. R. marshall and simpson id love. bu ti also wants lawson

Psychosikes
02-28-2006, 01:21 AM
cromartie in the first, greg blue in the second...

Skeet84
02-28-2006, 01:32 AM
I am really not a huge Greg Blue fan. I think we need to go either Cromartie, Lawson, or Justice with the first pick.
2nd go either Mangold, thomas howard
3rd Jason Allen I just hope he is still there.

Alot of this all depends on people dropping and other people not there.

23Dolphins34
02-28-2006, 01:47 AM
I am really not a huge Greg Blue fan. I think we need to go either Cromartie, Lawson, or Justice with the first pick.
2nd go either Mangold, thomas howard
3rd Jason Allen I just hope he is still there.

Alot of this all depends on people dropping and other people not there.

I like this, although I'm not a real big fan of Winston Justice. Cromartie and Lawson, I'd be thrilled with.

I would probably prefer Davin Joseph or Duece Luitui in the 2nd.

Skeet84
02-28-2006, 02:13 AM
I like this, although I'm not a real big fan of Winston Justice. Cromartie and Lawson, I'd be thrilled with.

I would probably prefer Davin Joseph or Duece Luitui in the 2nd.


I actually would take either Davin Joseph or Jonathan Joseph. I am a fan of Winston, But I would not have a problem with Lawson or Cromartie.
I am just gunna take a minute to dream of our defense with Jonathan Joseph, Manny Lawson, and Jason Allen!

SR 7
02-28-2006, 02:18 AM
I actually would take either Davin Joseph or Jonathan Joseph. I am a fan of Winston, But I would not have a problem with Lawson or Cromartie.
I am just gunna take a minute to dream of our defense with Jonathan Joseph, Manny Lawson, and Jason Allen!

who is joseph? both josephs lol

Skeet84
02-28-2006, 02:21 AM
who is joseph? both josephs lol


Jonathan Joseph is a CB from South Carolina who is Super fast!


Strengths: A fast-rising prospect with explosive speed. Is a fluid athlete with very good initial quickness and COD skills. He shows the ability to turn-and-run without losing much in transition. Is quick out of his pedal and shows good closing burst. Is able to make up a lot of ground when the ball is in the air. He shows good leaping ability and will challenge for the ball in traffic. Possesses natural playmaking instincts and very good ball skills. Is aggressive in run support. Willing and fills hard. Shows adequate strength and is an efficient tackler in space. Has some experience as a return specialist and showed some promise in that area  both as a PR and KOR.

Weaknesses: Lacks ideal playing experience. Only played one full season at DI-A level. Shows inconsistent technique. Comes out of his pedal too high at times and will get off balance in those instances. Has a tendency to gamble and jump routes prematurely. Looks less comfortable in zone coverage and must improve his overall awareness in that facet. Durability is a concern following broken foot in 2004.

Overall: Joseph earned All-Conference honors as a defensive back at Coffeyville Junior College in 2003. He transferred to South Carolina prior to the 2004 season and earned a starting cornerback position for the first two games before he suffered a season-ending broken foot in the first quarter of the Georgia game. Joseph returned as a fulltime starter in 2005 and finished the season with 55 tackles, 3.5 tackles for loss, four interceptions and nine broken up passes in 12 games. He also averaged 23.5 yards on six kickoff returns and returned one punt for two yards in 2005. Joseph showed an awful lot of intriguing qualities in his one full season as a starter at the DI-A collegiate level. He has adequate size, excellent speed and natural playmaking instincts and ball skills. Joseph also supports the run hard and is a solid tackler, which should lend to him contributing on special teams right away in the NFL. However, the uncertainty generated by lack of experience and durability issues makes Joseph a dangerous proposition. From what we've seen of him in comparatively limited viewing, Joseph possesses the potential to develop into a difference maker as a fulltime starting cornerback in the NFL. That's why we grade Joseph out as a second round prospect.

SR 7
02-28-2006, 02:50 AM
Jonathan Joseph is a CB from South Carolina who is Super fast!


Strengths: A fast-rising prospect with explosive speed. Is a fluid athlete with very good initial quickness and COD skills. He shows the ability to turn-and-run without losing much in transition. Is quick out of his pedal and shows good closing burst. Is able to make up a lot of ground when the ball is in the air. He shows good leaping ability and will challenge for the ball in traffic. Possesses natural playmaking instincts and very good ball skills. Is aggressive in run support. Willing and fills hard. Shows adequate strength and is an efficient tackler in space. Has some experience as a return specialist and showed some promise in that area  both as a PR and KOR.

Weaknesses: Lacks ideal playing experience. Only played one full season at DI-A level. Shows inconsistent technique. Comes out of his pedal too high at times and will get off balance in those instances. Has a tendency to gamble and jump routes prematurely. Looks less comfortable in zone coverage and must improve his overall awareness in that facet. Durability is a concern following broken foot in 2004.

Overall: Joseph earned All-Conference honors as a defensive back at Coffeyville Junior College in 2003. He transferred to South Carolina prior to the 2004 season and earned a starting cornerback position for the first two games before he suffered a season-ending broken foot in the first quarter of the Georgia game. Joseph returned as a fulltime starter in 2005 and finished the season with 55 tackles, 3.5 tackles for loss, four interceptions and nine broken up passes in 12 games. He also averaged 23.5 yards on six kickoff returns and returned one punt for two yards in 2005. Joseph showed an awful lot of intriguing qualities in his one full season as a starter at the DI-A collegiate level. He has adequate size, excellent speed and natural playmaking instincts and ball skills. Joseph also supports the run hard and is a solid tackler, which should lend to him contributing on special teams right away in the NFL. However, the uncertainty generated by lack of experience and durability issues makes Joseph a dangerous proposition. From what we've seen of him in comparatively limited viewing, Joseph possesses the potential to develop into a difference maker as a fulltime starting cornerback in the NFL. That's why we grade Joseph out as a second round prospect.

ohh yea i remember. Kiper said if he runs a good 40 he will be a top 10 pick.

playmaker1
02-28-2006, 02:56 AM
Mangold would be a great pick up in the second or maybe to the third

twg76
02-28-2006, 02:57 AM
I think Cromartie will fall into the early 2nd round. At 16, he isn't the best value.

SR 7
02-28-2006, 03:42 AM
Mangold would be a great pick up in the second or maybe to the third

no way. early to mid 2nd 100%

BlueFin
02-28-2006, 08:31 AM
A Boom or bust pick if you ask me, using a top 20 pick on a guy who just missed all of last year because he blew his knee out is a gamble.

Ronnieisabeast
02-28-2006, 09:39 AM
Did you see how low he had Jimmy Williams? I've seen him the number one corner taken in a lot of mock drafts. I wouldn't mind taking Cedric Griffin.

Motion
02-28-2006, 09:47 AM
ohh yea i remember. Kiper said if he runs a good 40 he will be a top 10 pick.

What? Top 10? You sure you heard him right?