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diego's fins
04-01-2007, 07:09 PM
For the 1st round
WR
OSU Ted Ginn Jr
vs
UT Roberto Meachem

DT
Michigan Alan Branch
vs
Louiville Amobi Okoyo

for the 2nd round
WR
OHU Anthony gonzales
vs
USC Steve smith

OT
UT Arron Sears
vs
Arkansas Tony Ugoh

CB
UNLV Eric Wright
vs
CAL Daymion Hughes

It's decision time!!!!

diego's fins
04-01-2007, 07:13 PM
My picks by the way are
-Ted Ginn (you can't teach speed)
-Alan Branch (he's huge, the nose tackle we need)
-Steve Smith (ready to explode, slightly better than Gonzales in my eyes)
-Arron Sears (He can play either guard or tackle and is more polished than Ugoh)
-Daymion Hughes (the ballhawk in the secondary we need, he's a playmaker)

GRYPHONK
04-01-2007, 07:22 PM
Meachem
Okoyo
Gonzo
Sears
Hughes

Agent51
04-01-2007, 07:22 PM
Meachem - Ginn is STILL recovering from that injury (one which happened CELEBRATING :shakeno:), and it shouldn't be taking this long. Who knows if he will still be a 4.3 guy whenever it fully heals. Plus he shys away from contact and isn't a great route runner. Also, 5-11, 178lbs probably has the safeties of the league salviating.

Okoye - Great talents already, and only 19! Think of the potential this kid has. Plus branch is rumored to be lazy and take plays off.

Gonzalez - I'm not a huge fan of Smith, and I think Gonzalez could fill Wes Welkers slot spot pretty well.

Sears - experience at OG and OT, so can fill in where necessary.

Hughes - Makes the plays, which we desperately need.

In_Flames
04-01-2007, 07:24 PM
Meachem
Okoye
Gonzalez
Sears
Hughes

Frayser
04-01-2007, 07:26 PM
Meachem - I love his size, and he clocked a great 40 at the combine. I live in TN and have watched this guy play. He is a beast . . . the kind of receiver who can catch the ball, plant the corner into the ground, and take it to the house (ala TO or Jerry Porter).

Okoye - More upside, younger, and a better worker. Just not sure if he can develop into an NT.

Smith - This is really a toss up, but I give the nod to Smith because I think he is flying a bit under the radar. They are both solid.

Ugoh - I like Sears, but I think Ugoh has a better shot at staying at tackle in the NFL.

Wright - This is an awful decision to make. Wright has some sever character issues that really worry me. Still, Hughes is a Cover 2/Zone guy and not necessarily a good fit for us. He would be better off at Tampa or Indy.

ASUFinFan
04-01-2007, 07:41 PM
For the 1st round
WR
OSU Ted Ginn Jr
vs
UT Roberto Meachem

DT
Michigan Alan Branch
vs
Louiville Amobi Okoyo

for the 2nd round
WR
OHU Anthony gonzales
vs
USC Steve smith

OT
UT Arron Sears
vs
Arkansas Tony Ugoh

CB
UNLV Eric Wright
vs
CAL Daymion Hughes

It's decision time!!!!

WR-Ted Ginn
DT-Branch, although Okoye is right there.

WR - Steve Smith
OT - Sears
CB-Daymion Hughes

PJack
04-01-2007, 07:46 PM
Ginn - Concerned about his size but he can greatly improve our return game along with stretching the field at WR. I do like Meachum and wouldn't be upset with that pick.
Okoye - far more upside at only 19. Can't play nose? Maybe but how much weight have you gained after 19? Might be able to play 3/4 end if he gives back some weight. Tremendous speed and quickness for his size.
Gonzales - very tough call here. Very similar players and I would be happy with either at 2b
Sears - can play muliple line spots
Wright - Hughes just reminds me of Fletcher part II

PhinsRDbest
04-01-2007, 07:59 PM
Tedd Ginn, Alan Branch, Steve Smith, Aaron Sears, Eric Wright.

VT Dolphan
04-01-2007, 08:08 PM
Meachem - Much more of a complete receiver than Ginn. Ginn definitely has the potential to be the home run threat we need, but there is a lot of risk in drafting him early.

Branch - Not a huge fan of the guy, but he is a massive NT that could anchor our D for the next decade as long as he doesn't eat his way out of the league.

Smith - Productive in college and has more upside than Gonzalez IMO.

Ugoh - While not quite as polished as Sears, I think he has the ability to turn into a good LT with the proper coaching. Most scouts seem to project Sears as more of a guard than a tackle.

Hughes - Lacks the elite speed you look for in a corner, but has the hands and playmaking ability we've lacked since Surtain and Madison left town.