Sanu is predicted to be drafted between #15 and #40. I think he would be the perfect pick if we trade down. Instead of picking at #8/#9 we could maybe trade down and get two later picks? It sounds like most of you don't want to reach for an O-lineman early on, so why not take an O-lineman later on and a WR like Sanu? Or take a great pass rusher and WR, and then take an O-lineman?
I love this video of Sanu. It starts off with him running it out of the Wildcat. He also does a great job at blocking...check him around the 55 second - 1 minute mark. He doesn't have 4.4 speed, but he is really strong, runs great routes, and has great hands.
Would you be willing to trade down with the Eagles....send them our 8th pick for their 15th pick and 46th?
"The Philadelphia Eagles will select at No. 15 if they stay where they are, but with teams in the top 10 looking to move around, Philadelphia may have to get involved.
One of the most popular teams popping up in trade talks has been the Miami Dolphins at No. 8 or 9 (final order for ties will be determined at scouting combine). As good as No. 15 is, the Eagles could move up and grab the stellar offensive lineman they need while drafting a linebacker prospect in the second round."
Round 1 - 15th overall - Muhamed Sanu, WR, Rutgers
Round 2 - 42nd overall - Dontari Poe, DT, Memphis
Round 2 - 46th overall (trade down pick) - Dwayne Allen, TE, Clemson
Round 3 - 72nd overall - Trumaine Johnson - CB, Montana
Round 4 - 104th overall - Jake Bequette, DE, Arkansas