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    just in case there's any doubt i like daniel thomas more than delone carter...i had thomas my 3rd-4th rated back...i just wish we kept that 5th rounder and we could have gotten a big downhill back with limited speed later

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    Quote Originally Posted by beanh8er View Post
    Steelers, Seahawks, and the 49ers. So 3 times in the past 10 years. Maybe 4 if you consider Robert Gallery, but he was selected to play tackle but failed and plays guard now.
    name em... the players in the top 15??? and no not drafted tackles playing guard now like gallery cause they flopped at tackle...name em
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    Quote Originally Posted by hooshoops View Post
    name em... the players in the top 15??? and no not drafted tackles playing guard now like gallery cause they flopped at tackle...name em
    My bad I thought it said top 20 as that has been your cutoff limit all through the off-season as your lower limit for drafting interior O-line. We drafted an interior O-Line prospect the highest one has ever been selected in the past 10 years , and he's not even the best interior o-line prospect of that group
    And he is the highest drafted interior o-line prospect since Ruben Brown who was drafted in 1995.
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    Quote Originally Posted by beanh8er View Post
    My bad I thought it said top 20 as that has been your cutoff limit all through the off-season as your lower limit for drafting interior O-line. We drafted an interior O-Line prospect the highest one has ever been selected in the past 10 years , and he's not even the best interior o-line prospect of that group
    And he is the highest drafted interior o-line prospect since Ruben Brown who was drafted in 1995.
    top 20 still is my cutoff limit and i'm aware teams have done it...i still don't think its good value...but thats just me
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    Pouncey is the highest center taken since 1993, I believe, not the highest interior line prospect.

    That honor goes to Leonard Davis, who was the #2 overall pick in 2002 and started at guard his first three seasons before briefly moving out to tackle and then back to guard.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Magoo View Post
    Pouncey is the highest center taken since 1993, I believe, not the highest interior line prospect.

    That honor goes to Leonard Davis, who was the #2 overall pick in 2002 and started at guard his first three seasons before briefly moving out to tackle and then back to guard.
    But he played Tackle at Texas, so that doesn't really count.
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    Tannehill 17
    2011 - #15 Mike Pouncey
    2011 - #23 Danny Watkins
    2010 - #17 Mike Iupati
    2010 - #18 Maurkice Pouncey
    2009 - #21 Alex Mack
    2009 - #28 Eric Wood
    2007 - #29 Ben Grubbs
    2006 - #23 Davin Joseph
    2006 - #29 Nick Mangold
    2005 - #26 Chris Spencer
    2005 - #32 Logan Mankins
    2003 - #21 Jeff Faine
    2002 - #30 Kendall Simmons
    2001 - #17 Steve Hutchinson

    those are all the interior OL drafted in round 1 since 2000. the success rate it pretty good, but it's still not an area i prefer to spend such a high pick on.
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    Quote Originally Posted by beanh8er View Post
    But he played Tackle at Texas, so that doesn't really count.
    Yes it does, since they projected him to guard and he ultimately played there. I don't, to use another example, consider Brandon Albert to have been drafted as a guard, since the Chiefs took him to play left tackle and that's where he's played. Same principle.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Magoo View Post
    Yes it does, since they projected him to guard and he ultimately played there. I don't, to use another example, consider Brandon Albert to have been drafted as a guard, since the Chiefs took him to play left tackle and that's where he's played. Same principle.
    they didn't draft him #2 overall to play guard though...leonard davis was drafted as a tackle...i'm pretty sure of that...

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    Quote Originally Posted by greasyObnoxious View Post
    2011 - #15 Mike Pouncey
    2011 - #23 Danny Watkins
    2010 - #17 Mike Iupati
    2010 - #18 Maurkice Pouncey
    2009 - #21 Alex Mack
    2009 - #28 Eric Wood
    2007 - #29 Ben Grubbs
    2006 - #23 Davin Joseph
    2006 - #29 Nick Mangold
    2005 - #26 Chris Spencer
    2005 - #32 Logan Mankins
    2003 - #21 Jeff Faine
    2002 - #30 Kendall Simmons
    2001 - #17 Steve Hutchinson

    those are all the interior OL drafted in round 1 since 2000. the success rate it pretty good, but it's still not an area i prefer to spend such a high pick on.
    and what does that show you for the most part...the top interior line prospects value in the draft usually falls in the 20's...
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    Maybe I'm an easy grader, but if you nail the player and the spot but there's a trade out, I give half credit. You done well, Hoops.
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