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WelcomeBack
03-22-2009, 03:11 PM
I guess I'll throw mine out there now.

Draft:
1. Larry English, DE/OLB, Northern Illinois
2a. Sean Smith, CB, Utah
2b. Kraig Urbik, OL, Wisconsin
3. Dorell Scott, NT, Clemson
4. Joe Burnett, CB, Central Florida
5. Mike Wallace, WR, Ole Miss
7a. Antonio Appleby, ILB, Virginia
7b. Ramon Foster, OL, Tennessee

UDFA:
D.J. Boldin, WR, Wake Forest
Zach Miller, TE, Nebraska-Omaha
Terrance Knighton, NT, Temple

skipp2myloo13
03-22-2009, 03:35 PM
English may be gone at 25. I would like a CB, or Nicks with one, btu English is good as well. I like your picks, but 56 is too early fro G depth IMO.

WelcomeBack
03-22-2009, 03:38 PM
English may be gone at 25. I would like a CB, or Nicks with one, btu English is good as well. I like your picks, but 56 is too early fro G depth IMO.

I want Nicks too...but I'm wondering if the front office would.

With Urbik...I'm wondering if Smiley is going to come back as he was. That's my question mark on him.

skipp2myloo13
03-22-2009, 03:40 PM
I want Nicks too...but I'm wondering if the front office would.

With Urbik...I'm wondering if Smiley is going to come back as he was. That's my question mark on him.

No, and the more i think, the more solid that draft is. It all comes down to if the FO can get a OLB that they like later, and they can get Nicks with one, and what they see in Berger, Satele at G, if Smiley isnt ready. Good draft and good analysis.

WelcomeBack
03-22-2009, 03:42 PM
No, and the more i think, the more solid that draft is. It all comes down to if the FO can get a OLB that they like later, and they can get Nicks with one, and what they see in Berger, Satele at G, if Smiley isnt ready. Good draft and good analysis.

We all know how I feel about Nicks already haha. I've been praising/defending him like crazy. If we can get a solid OLB later in the draft, I'd be all for Nicks in round 1. But again, the front office would LOVE a disruptive force at OLB like English.

Also with Urbik, he did play right tackle as well. So, he's not just depth on the interior.

hooshoops
03-22-2009, 08:48 PM
you guys are mighty confident that sean smith is a cb in our scheme. i'm not so sure.

if you take nicks at #25 you're most likely gonna be staring at a solid olb prospect like lawrence sidbury at #56 if you don't go olb at #44.

first three picks i think what makes sense is wr, olb, cb in some order given the depth of the draft and the value of the positions. probably cb in the second given the lack of ideal prospects speed wise and size wise for the position. unless the regime feels sean smith is a cb fit for us. then i could see him being the pick at #25. i definitely think he's a first round talent but i see cover 2 corner or zone scheme corner or free safety.

WelcomeBack
03-22-2009, 10:50 PM
What I've taken into consideration for the first round is if the front office actually wants a wide receiver early.

Personally, I think they may be waiting to see what they got in Ginn's next season, Camarillo, Bess, London, Lowber, Armstrong and even Wilford. If none of them work out, there is a solid group next year that would garner tons of interest.

CedarPhin
03-22-2009, 11:11 PM
Not a bad mock.

WelcomeBack
03-22-2009, 11:37 PM
Thanks, I'm probably going to put up an alternate one as well soon.

fishypete
03-22-2009, 11:39 PM
I believe Wilford will be cut soon after the draft. I'd say traded...but are there any more stupid teams left out there?

WelcomeBack
03-22-2009, 11:50 PM
Wilford I have no problem getting rid of. But again, the front office may be waiting to see what they have already while adding a few late round pieces. Which I put Wallace and Boldin in. They are both good players with different abilities and competition is healthy. If Ginn doesn't step up to be the #1, there is solid talent in next year's draft as well. The front office speaks highly of Brandon London, and Anthony Armstrong and Todd Lowber are both raw talents to see what we have there. Again, I'd LOVE to draft Nicks. He's a gamer and would be the perfect player in this offense. But if the front office doesn't feel that wide receiver is much priority in the first round, a solid pass rusher would be very tempting.