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gdiaz0358
02-03-2009, 12:51 PM
I was wondering why noone has this kid going in the 1st rd. Hes ranked higher then Alphonso Smith and most people have us taking him in the 1st? He is huge @ 6'3 and 205lbs. please let me know if there are any negatives like injuries/speed/ coverage concerns? thanks.

I think a nice draft would be either Sean Smith or Alphonso Smith with the 1st,
2nd-Kenny Britt/H.Hicks/Ramses Barden
2nd- ron brace

RealDriscoll
02-03-2009, 01:48 PM
I do. I think he is the best corner not named Malcolm Jenkins in this draft. Sean Smith will go in Round 1, book it.

FYI I have him going #23 to the... Patriots

skipp2myloo13
02-03-2009, 02:09 PM
I do. I think he is the best corner not named Malcolm Jenkins in this draft. Sean Smith will go in Round 1, book it.

FYI I have him going #23 to the... Patriots

i think he is the best corner not named vonte davis or malcolm jenkins. i like a saftey like delmas better than i like any corner, a corner takes time to learn saftey can come right in.

Phinatic8u
02-03-2009, 04:33 PM
i think he is the best corner not named vonte davis or malcolm jenkins. i like a saftey like delmas better than i like any corner, a corner takes time to learn saftey can come right in.

Yes but we can get Sean pick #25 and get Delmas in our first 2nd round pick and if delmas is gone there is always hope for Rashad Johnson

dbeals05
02-03-2009, 05:15 PM
Smith is a 2nd rd talent at best. With his lack of 40 times, he wont play corner, He will be at Safety.

skipp2myloo13
02-03-2009, 08:09 PM
Yes but we can get Sean pick #25 and get Delmas in our first 2nd round pick and if delmas is gone there is always hope for Rashad Johnson

that is all well and good but if you "waste" the second on Delams you cant get brace who will be gone by 2b. goodman and allen are fine for now. get a starting caliber player with every pick.

TedSlimmJr
02-03-2009, 08:25 PM
Sean Smith is a bit of a "tweener"...which in pre draft terms for a defensive back is the opposite of "versatile"...which hurts his stock at this point..

However, I project Smith as a free safety in the NFL...not cornerback...

Smith obviously has the clear size advantage over all the top safety prospects in this draft...which could lead to him being the first one to come off the board on draft day...as he is also the fastest...

He'll test well at the combine...

3rdandinches
02-03-2009, 08:54 PM
that is all well and good but if you "waste" the second on Delams you cant get brace who will be gone by 2b. goodman and allen are fine for now. get a starting caliber player with every pick.

Goodman and Allen do not play Delmas's position, but you could say the same about being fine for now with Ferguson at NT.

MiamiHitman13
02-03-2009, 09:43 PM
Sean Smith is a bit of a "tweener"...which in pre draft terms for a defensive back is the opposite of "versatile"...which hurts his stock at this point..

However, I project Smith as a free safety in the NFL...not cornerback...

Smith obviously has the clear size advantage over all the top safety prospects in this draft...which could lead to him being the first one to come off the board on draft day...as he is also the fastest...

He'll test well at the combine...

Yup, exactly. He doesn't really have a position that he can say is his home. Any time you look at a player and have to ask "where do I put him?" it makes his value drop.

zach8111
02-03-2009, 10:45 PM
Yup, exactly. He doesn't really have a position that he can say is his home. Any time you look at a player and have to ask "where do I put him?" it makes his value drop.

kinda like jason allen... who cant find his position that he excels at

Kdawg954
02-04-2009, 10:31 AM
Plus he has only played CB like for 1 year I believe, maybe 2, but he is RAW at the position. If he is rated higher than Alphonso . . . it is only because of height, because Alphonso is the best CB in this draft in terms of being a CB, he falls because he is only 5'9 . . . Will Allen is a shade under 5'10 . . . so we have had success with smaller CB's before.

I would pass on Smith, I like Davis, DJ Moore, Delmas, Alphonso Smith and Rashad Johnson as DB's that I would take over Smith.

Boomer
02-11-2009, 04:21 PM
I do. I think he is the best corner not named Malcolm Jenkins in this draft. Sean Smith will go in Round 1, book it.

FYI I have him going #23 to the... Patriots

Interesting. You seem to have changed your tune dramatically considering that 2 months ago you said he wouldn't go in the first 3 rounds when I said he was the best draft eligible corner in the nation.

wildvillage519
02-12-2009, 02:53 PM
Sean Smith remnds me to much of Mike Rumph (the CB the 49ers drafted 5 or 6 years ago who was a bust).

skipp2myloo13
02-12-2009, 04:11 PM
ya we WONT pick a WR on the first day

DKphin
02-12-2009, 04:15 PM
Sean Smith is a bit of a "tweener"...which in pre draft terms for a defensive back is the opposite of "versatile"...which hurts his stock at this point..

However, I project Smith as a free safety in the NFL...not cornerback...

Smith obviously has the clear size advantage over all the top safety prospects in this draft...which could lead to him being the first one to come off the board on draft day...as he is also the fastest...

He'll test well at the combine...
We need a Free Safety:D

WelcomeBack
02-12-2009, 04:30 PM
I like Sean Smith as a corner, and think he'll be a damn good one.

Elliott 1
02-15-2009, 11:51 PM
I have him on my mock playing FS for the Dolphins. I had him with the #44 because of the present rankings but I expect he will run a 4.48 or something and be gone before the #25.

justdev7
02-16-2009, 03:47 PM
We got abused by Andre Johnson, Anquan Boldin, and Fitzgerald. Yes they're all probowlers but they're all also huge, Sean Smith is the kind of guy who can give them fits. The only thing I could see being a problem is his burst trying to make a play on the ball. He's taller and i've heard that hip fluidity might be an issue. Otherwise he's golden

skipp2myloo13
02-16-2009, 04:19 PM
he will prolly be a combine warrior and go ahead of where we are willing to take him