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SpencerFS
04-15-2006, 05:53 PM
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Ernie Sims
1st Round
Position: OLB
School: Florida State
Status: Junior
Weight: 234
40: 4.55
Height: 5,11 1/8
Positives:
Ernie Sims is a tremendous athlete with great speed and coverage skills for a linebacker. He may be the best coverage linebacker in the 2006 draft, and reminds in some ways of former FSU linebacker Derrick Brooks. He's also very strong for his size and may excel at the next level because of this. He would be a very good fit for a cover 2 system
Negatives:
Sims lacks size and struggles at times to fight off blocks. He tends to be a little overaggressive when attacking the run and may get caught out of position

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Devin Aromashodu
3RD Round
Postion: WR
School:Auburn
Status:Senior
Weight:201
40:4.35
Height:6,2 1/2
Positives:
Aromashodu is a tall receiver with the exposiveness, playing speed and hands to get deep and make big plays. He is an aggressive runner with the ball. He has an explosive burst through cracks, keeps his feet against hard hits, runs through arm tackles and gains yards after contact. He is not only a good runner after the catch, but also is a dangerous return man. He will go across the middle and make the tough catch consistently; he takes the hard hit and holds onto the ball. He has the hands to adjust and make tough catches consistently. He makes the over-the-shoulder catch down the field surprisingly well. He is a good blocker who consistently gets after his man and eliminates him from the play.
Negatives:
Despite being a good athlete, Aromashodu doesn't have much sharpness in his short/medium routes. He does not get out of his cuts sharply and does not consistently get separation. He has little experience against the jam and needs to improve his hand use and side-to-side shake to release against the jam better. Even though he has very good size for a receiver, he does not use his body well to shield the defender from the pass. More than anything, he is somewhat of a one-dimensional receiver who is very good at stretching the field and making big plays deep, but is not a consistently good all-around receiver due to his choppy short and medium routes.

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Greg BLue
4th Round
School: Georgia
Weight:215
40: 4.70
Height: 6,2
Positives:Blue is a good athlete with the explosive burst and speed to make plays all over the field. Has very good instincts, which enables him to consistently read and react to the play fast -- once he is chasing after the play, he has an explosive closing burst to finish it. Attacks the line of scrimmage in run support, and when he stays upright and over his feet, he can be a good tackler in space and can make the hard hit. Reads the quarterback well from deep coverage and can close quickly on passes in front of him. Can get outside to help the cornerback with deep over-the-top coverage. Has the speed to cover tight ends and running backs all over the field in tight man-to-man coverage coverage. Has the hands to make the tough interception.
Negatives:Blue's biggest problem is that he gets out of control and does not always make the plays he is capable of. Has a bad habit of stopping his feet before making contact on tackles and lunges, which leads to him missing too many tackles. In tight man-to-man coverage coverage, he will at times get upright and straight-legged, losing a step when he has to flip his hips to turn and run. Does not always fight and compete hard to defeat block and make the play.

COMEBACKRICKY
04-15-2006, 05:59 PM
im not sold on blue. i think he will convert to linebacker. and with our third rounder id like to take omar jacobs and with our fourth take skyler green.

Phins28
04-15-2006, 06:10 PM
Ernie Sims is too small to play in the 3-4, as for Devin I rather have draft Demetrius Williams, I like Greg Blue alot, big hitter.

stoody24
04-15-2006, 06:23 PM
im not sold on blue. i think he will convert to linebacker. and with our third rounder id like to take omar jacobs and with our fourth take skyler green.skyler green will be there in the 7th most likely
at least thats where he should be

and why do we need another small fast guy
we already have welker and campbell to share return duties, so we dont need another

NickJr.
04-15-2006, 07:11 PM
I like all three of these picks. Aromashodu could be a good player if he's coached up and Sims and Blue both hit like a ton of bricks.

SR 7
04-15-2006, 07:16 PM
Ernie Sims is too small to play in the 3-4, as for Devin I rather have draft Demetrius Williams, I like Greg Blue alot, big hitter.

i dont htink he is too small. htey said that about ZT didn't they? blue wil not go round 4 and he is TOOO SMALL for a LB for the one that said he'll prob move their. Blue didn't run a 4.70 tho i think it was 4.55 or something

Dolfan4life34
04-15-2006, 07:38 PM
i really like aramashadu and im not copleteyl sold on sims but the kid can ball so im down i dont l;ike blue tho i really like watkins there or jarrad page alil later

Dors156
04-15-2006, 09:07 PM
i think blue would be a late round steal for us.if hes there we have to take him.he reminds me of ed reed in a way because he can tackle very well

SpencerFS
04-15-2006, 10:00 PM
yea i picked Devin Aromashodu because he has the speed to go deep and the height too

fins5423
04-15-2006, 10:04 PM
i would like to see Jason Allen ( Safety, Tennessee)
taken in the first round

or Donte Whitner wouldnt be a bad choice either

SpencerFS
04-15-2006, 10:12 PM
Yea but the problem is we really have no depth in WR area i like donte but not a big fan of jason allen i read he failed his physical

fins5423
04-15-2006, 10:32 PM
Yeah i agree we need another WR but i just dont think we need one that bad to draft a WR with a 1st round pick, 2nd round pick would be nice to have for us to draft a WR but i guess we'll have to settle for a 3rd round WR.

COMEBACKRICKY
04-16-2006, 02:05 AM
hey guys devin is projected to be a 7th- FA. I like the guy but i mean im not that big on reaching. maybe we can pick him up in the 6th just to be sure we get him. a lot of the scouts blast him for being lazy and not realizing his potiential. i think that will change once he meets the sabonator.

PhinsPhan
04-16-2006, 02:49 AM
nice work. You did a good job with the analysis but I don't think the pics are right.

Saban like Bill B prefers size over speed. Especially at LB. I think Ernie Sims could be great at the next level but he isn't the prototype Saban player.

RunRickyRun34
04-16-2006, 03:46 AM
hey guys devin is projected to be a 7th- FA. I like the guy but i mean im not that big on reaching. maybe we can pick him up in the 6th just to be sure we get him. a lot of the scouts blast him for being lazy and not realizing his potiential. i think that will change once he meets the sabonator.

Who projects him as a 7th-FA? Maybe a month or two ago, but right now Devin is projected as a 3rd or 4th RD player.

GCD960
04-16-2006, 08:50 AM
hey guys devin is projected to be a 7th- FA. I like the guy but i mean im not that big on reaching. maybe we can pick him up in the 6th just to be sure we get him. a lot of the scouts blast him for being lazy and not realizing his potiential. i think that will change once he meets the sabonator.

Huh? How do you propose we do this?

D-bolt
04-16-2006, 11:05 AM
I like your draft but I would like something like this:

1st rd pick: Donte Whitner OSU 5'-11" 204lbs 40Time-4.41 sec
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Developing defensive back slowly turning into a complete player. Fast, explosive at the point and not afraid to mix it up. Supports the run and wraps up tackling. Displays a good sense of timing, recognizes patterns in zone coverage and possesses good hands for the pick. Solid footwork in all directions.


3rd RD pick: Mark Anderson DE/OLB Alabama: 6'-4" 254lbs 40- 4.65sec
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Athletic defensive end with terrific upside potential. Plays with good pad level, fluid out to the sidelines and fast off the edge. Effective playing in space, resilient and is rarely off his feet. Deceptively strong and stays within his angle of attack.
Neg: Lacks bulk and has difficulty shedding blocks once engaged at the point.
Analysis: Shooting straight up draft boards, Anderson capped off a terrific campaign in ‘05 with solid performances at the Senior Bowl and combine. Offers starting potential in a conventional defense and may ultimately grow into a two-gap lineman.



4th RD Todd Watkins WR BYU: 6'-3" 202lbs 40- 4.45sec
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Explosive, game-breaking receiver coming off a disappointing senior campaign. Quickly releases off the line of scrimmage, displays sharpness running routes and comes back to the ball out of breaks. Effectively makes the reception away from his frame then quickly transitions after the catch. Has the speed to consistently beat defenders deep. Runs well laterally, making the reception in stride.

The scouting info. above are snipets from TFY Draft Preview. If I posted something illegally let me know.

Dolfan_Noles
04-16-2006, 01:10 PM
I dont think that there is any way that Blue falls to us in the 4th round. I think it would almost be a reach to assume he would be there where we pick in the 3rd.

PhinsPhan
04-16-2006, 02:38 PM
3rd RD pick: Mark Anderson DE/OLB Alabama: 6'-4" 254lbs 40- 4.65sec
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Neg: Lacks bulk


He looks big to me in that picture.

But also it says he could develop into a 2 gap lineman. 254lbs is not big enough to even play 4-3 everydown in some systems how could he develop into a 3-4 lineman? can someone explain?

D-bolt
04-16-2006, 05:08 PM
He looks big to me in that picture.

But also it says he could develop into a 2 gap lineman. 254lbs is not big enough to even play 4-3 everydown in some systems how could he develop into a 3-4 lineman? can someone explain?

I project him as an OLB in the 3-4. In regards to size, for a long time JT's playing weight was in the 240 range for a long time. As I said before I would use him as an OLB.