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nick1
03-07-2006, 03:09 PM
if it comes down to them at #16 when we're up who do you pick? both positions are needs. so based on potential who do you choose?

playmaker1
03-07-2006, 03:10 PM
Ko Simpson!!!!

Motion
03-07-2006, 03:13 PM
Neither, there will be far more options than those two.

Skeet84
03-07-2006, 03:20 PM
Neither, there will be far more options than those two.

Agreed and I really don't like Greenway at all. Tye Hill who might be very good is way too small for Nick Saban and he does not fit the System. I agree Speed

LIQUID24
03-07-2006, 03:26 PM
Greenway.

FinaticalOne
03-07-2006, 03:55 PM
If those are our best two options when it's our turn to pick. I would have to go with Greenway; becasue we have some talented youngsters (Will Poole and Shirdonya Mitchell) that will get a shot at our vacancy at CB. With the departure of Junior Seau; the OLB position lacks depth; more so than our secondary; our best option is Spragen. I like Spragen, but he's not the long term solution. After that, all we have is Derrick Pope (who is more of a MLB than an OLB), the rest are injury-prone or just not good enough to be a full time starter. So I think it's more imperative that we go with Greenway with that pick, if those are our best two options remaining on the board at #16 for us.

kpcane
03-07-2006, 03:57 PM
Definitely Greenway

MofoPhin
03-07-2006, 04:01 PM
tye hill in a hearbeat

playmaker1
03-07-2006, 04:01 PM
Id rather Lawson over Greenway

KingCsonka
03-07-2006, 04:06 PM
Greenway. I like both Jimmy Williams and Antonio Cromartie ahead of Hill.

Psychosikes
03-07-2006, 04:10 PM
greenway, if he's there would be great. There's so much depth at cb and lb in this draft, we can fill both needs in the first two rounds with 1st round talent easily

chris34au
03-07-2006, 04:26 PM
neither.Greenway doesn't seem to have the strength to shed blocks and his 40 time at the combine was subpar also.

there should be plenty of better options at 16 than either of them.i agree with the poster that likes Manny Lawson.he'd be a great OLB in a 3-4.

playmaker1
03-07-2006, 04:28 PM
neither.Greenway doesn't seem to have the strength to shed blocks and his 40 time at the combine was subpar also.

there should be plenty of better options at 16 than either of them.i agree with the poster that likes Manny Lawson.he'd be a great OLB in a 3-4.

thanks! I would rather draft Ko Simpson at 16 than a LB though. depends on what Saban thinks is more of a priority

crowder_rules
03-07-2006, 04:31 PM
lbs can be drafted everywhere. look at odell thurman or channing crowder. i would much rather cameron vaughn or spencer havner. round 3-4 options and tye hill/antonio cromartie/jimmy williams than chad greenway and a round 3-4 option defensive back.

the speed and talent of those dbs is special and only available in the top rounds. linebackers are much more valuable in the later rounds than the db's available at that point.

chris34au
03-07-2006, 04:36 PM
thanks! I would rather draft Ko Simpson at 16 than a LB though. depends on what Saban thinks is more of a priority
i'd rather go another direction with the first pick also.i'd like to see the Dolphins take Stanley McClover in the middle rounds and give him a look at OLB or DE.


i was just saying that if the Dolphins were to go after a LB with the first pick and Hawk was the only LB off the board,i'd take Lawson over Greenway in a heartbeat.

playmaker1
03-07-2006, 04:38 PM
lbs can be drafted everywhere. look at odell thurman or channing crowder. i would much rather cameron vaughn or spencer havner. round 3-4 options and tye hill/antonio cromartie/jimmy williams than chad greenway and a round 3-4 option defensive back.

the speed and talent of those dbs is special and only available in the top rounds. linebackers are much more valuable in the later rounds than the db's available at that point.

I like DBs in the first two rounds, then like you said, go after Vaughn later

Motion
03-07-2006, 04:40 PM
No thanks on Vaughn, Havner would be okay but not Vaughn.

nick1
03-07-2006, 04:47 PM
personally I don't have an opinion yet on Hill I didn't see him in college maybe a game but thats it. I saw alot of Greenway and I think he'd be a good playmaker. Simpson would be great, he has tons of potential, I'm just trying to get an idea of who people think would be the best selection for Miami

Danny
03-07-2006, 05:55 PM
If I had to pick one of those 2 then Greenway of course but right now I like Lawson and Carpenter better than I like Greenway......as a pure LB I like Carpenter better tho Lawson will be able to do more thing....depends on what Nick really wants....I'd be happy with Lawson Carpenter or Greenway tho but not Hill at 16.

Ozzy rules!!

Danny
03-07-2006, 05:55 PM
If I had to pick one of those 2 then Greenway of course but right now I like Lawson and Carpenter better than I like Greenway......as a pure LB I like Carpenter better tho Lawson will be able to do more things....depends on what Nick really wants....I'd be happy with Lawson Carpenter or Greenway tho but not Hill at 16.

Ozzy rules!!

FinNasty
03-07-2006, 06:03 PM
if it comes down to them at #16 when we're up who do you pick? both positions are needs. so based on potential who do you choose?

It isnt even close... Greenway is a much better fit for the defense than Hill...

Bartowboy
03-07-2006, 07:38 PM
I dont like Greenway because he didnt look all that great at the combine.The LB i think is fast moving up the board is Ernie Sims.This guy is sick.I would rather have him or Ko Simpson at 16.

HuskerFin
03-07-2006, 08:04 PM
If it were between those 2, Id take Hill. I like Greenway, but the high 4.7s for the 40, and only 16 reps at 225, makes me wonder about his upper body strength. Heard Cutler did 23 reps, doesnt make Greenway look real good.
Seems like evry year, their is 1 or 2 players that were projected to go in the top 10-12 and slip down a little. Hoping this year that will happen again.

Kobe
03-07-2006, 09:30 PM
For our defense, Greenway is better. But I have been a Tye Hill supporter for a while now, and would love to get him. I believe Hill will be a great CB for the Cincinatti Bengals :D

KB21
03-07-2006, 09:39 PM
Chad Greenway, all the way. If there is one player in this draft that is the prototype for what I call a "Nick Saban-Type" of player, it is Chad Greenway. He's the second best linebacker in this draft, and he has the versatility to play either the strong side or the weak side in Nick's 4-3 defense.

Tye Hill will be a very good cornerback for a team like Atlanta that doesn't put an emphasis on size at this position, but for the Dolphins, he is simply too short. In fact, in my updated mock draft that I will put out after a couple of weeks of free agency has gone by, I'm projecting Tye Hill to the Falcons with the 15th pick. The question about Miami's pick at this point is whether or not Chad Greenway will be there, because he is drawing a lot of interest from Arizona at 10, St. Louis at 11, and Cleveland at 12. I'm not sure he drops passed Cleveland.

dominizzo
03-08-2006, 12:37 AM
Chad GReenway without a Doubt

phinfan_1
03-08-2006, 12:53 AM
I like Tye Hill but he hasn't played CB that long and he's still learning the position. I think in time he'll be really great.
But I think I'd rather have Greenway. His benchpress and 40 doesn't bother me a bit. When he takes on a blockers he doesn't have a bench behind his back. What I seen in him at the combine was his good feet, he has feet like a DB with a body of a linebacker. And he flys all over the feild. I think he'd improve our defense right away.
With that said I'd rather have a CB in the first but I'm not sure there will be a CB avaliable thats worthy of a 16th pick. So maybe were better of waiting till the 2nd for a CB.

Oraclepz
03-08-2006, 01:02 AM
Id rather Lawson over Greenway


completely agreee