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Thread: Slimm's November 2013 NFL Draft Position Rankings (Seniors)

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    Quote Originally Posted by WVDolphan View Post
    From the games I have watched Gillislee play RB, he is an NFL RB. I would draft him in a heartbeat. I think he could be a really good player in the NFL.
    I've watched every Florida game this season and after the first few games I would totally agree with you, recently though he's not been as impressive, that might have something to do with the average play of the OL though. In the mid rounds Gills may be a heck of a pick up. The fins probably don't need another RB, even if we don't resign Reggie, but if things change and it becomes a need would love to see us use one of our 3rds on Mike.
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    Here's a question. If Landry Jones makes it to Round 3 should the Dolphins draft him? Obviously, we have our starter here in Ryan Tannehill but we are going to need a solid backup. I doubt they re-sign Matt Moore and who know if Pat Devlin can be a reliable #2.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SF Dolphin Fan View Post
    Here's a question. If Landry Jones makes it to Round 3 should the Dolphins draft him? Obviously, we have our starter here in Ryan Tannehill but we are going to need a solid backup. I doubt they re-sign Matt Moore and who know if Pat Devlin can be a reliable #2.
    I can't see Landry Jones running the WCO, that's not a good fit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SF Dolphin Fan View Post
    Here's a question. If Landry Jones makes it to Round 3 should the Dolphins draft him? Obviously, we have our starter here in Ryan Tannehill but we are going to need a solid backup. I doubt they re-sign Matt Moore and who know if Pat Devlin can be a reliable #2.
    It's a good point, on the back up role. It's something we definitely need to address. I'm not sure on Jones though but I do see Devlin as being similar to Tannehill, perhaps they go for a different type of QB, if they are looking at the draft address it, though I do think they will probably look at a vet to back up Tannehill.

    Matt Moore will have no trouble finding a home, for his sake I hope it's a starting job.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WVDolphan View Post
    Ive watched every game Genos myth has played in college. He cant play in the NFL. He is nowhere close to Blaine Gabbert. He isnt even as good as Bob Griffin.
    This is the most asinine post ever. It shows you know absolutely nothing about football.
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    i wouldn't touch landry jones...what a bum...matt barkleys still the best qb prospect in the draft...yeah the physical tools aren't overwhelming but he's got the intangibles off the charts and he's got some terrific feet...if i'm the chiefs gm i'm taking matt barkley over geno smith any day all day...

    all that said since we have tanny and he's shown well i haven't paid much attention to the qb crop anymore... don't need to...feels great
    hoops scoops 2012 season ..."in 2014 ryan tannehill etches his name in stone amongst the games elite qbs"..."ryan tannehill and andrew luck will carry the afc for the next decade plus the way peyton manning and tom brady have this last decade plus"
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    ha ha...those blaine gabbert pics are just too damn funny...i can't wait til thursday to see just how "improved" he is...yeah right
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    he has improved hoops, he's now only bad instead of incompetent.
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    Tier 1 (Top 25-75 Grade)

    Eric Fisher / Central Michigan

    John Wetzel / Boston College

    Tanner Hawkinson / Kansas

    Jeff Nady / Nevada


    Tier 2 (Top 100-175 Grade)

    Brennan Williams / North Carolina

    Ricky Wagner / Wisconsin

    Oday Aboushi / Virginia

    Brian Winters / Kent St.

    Mark Jackson / Glenville St. (Guard)



    Tier 3 (Top 200-250 Grade)

    Jake Olson / Central Michigan

    Rogers Gaines / Tennessee St.

    Elvis Fisher / Missouri

    Lane Johnson / Oklahoma

    LaAdrian Waddle / Texas Tech

    Oscar Johnson / Louisiana Tech (Guard)

    Foi Fonoti / Michigan St.

    Reid Fragel / Ohio St.





    Offensive Guard:

    Tier 1 (Top 25-75 Grade)

    Barrett Jones / Alabama (Tackle/Center)

    Dallas Thomas / Tennessee (Tackle)

    Jonathan Cooper / North Carolina

    Chance Warmack / Alabama


    Tier 2 (Top 100-175 Grade)

    Chris McDonald / Michigan St.

    Larry Warford / Kentucky

    Mark Popek / South Florida (Tackle)

    Hugh Thornton / Illinois (Tackle)


    Tier 3 (Top 200-250 Grade)

    Adam Masters / UCONN

    Travis Bond / North Carolina

    Blaize Foltz / TCU

    Theo Goins / UCF

    Omoregie Uzzi / Georgia Tech

    Lance Taylor / Oklahoma St. (Tackle)

    R.J. Mattes / N.C. State (Tackle)

    Braden Hansen / BYU





    Center:

    Tier 1 (Top 75-150 Grade)

    Khaled Holmes / USC

    Mario Benavides / Louisville

    Braxton Cave / Notre Dame

    Patrick Lewis / Texas A&M



    Tier 2 (Top 175-250 Grade)

    Graham Pocic / Illinois

    Joe Madsen / West Virginia

    T.J. Johnson / South Carolina
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    Tier 1 (Top 25-50 Grade)

    Quinton Patton / Louisiana Tech

    Terrance Williams / Baylor

    Tavarres King / Georgia

    Aaron Dobson / Marshall


    Tier 2 (Top 75-100 Grade)

    Rodney Smith / Florida St.

    Cobi Hamilton / Arkansas

    Marcus Davis / Virginia Tech

    Aaron Mellete / Elon

    Markus Wheaton / Oregon St.


    Tier 3 (Top 125-150 Grade)

    Javone Lawson / UL-Lafayette

    Tyrone Goard / Eastern Kentucky

    Dan Buckner / Arizona

    Emory Blake / Auburn

    Alec Lemon / Syracuse

    Corey Fuller / Virginia Tech

    Matt Austin / Utah St.

    Chris Harper / Kansas St.


    Tier 4 (Top 175-225 Grade)

    Mark Harrison / Rutgers

    Anthony Amos / Middle Tennessee St.

    Marcus Rucker / Memphis





    Wide Receiver: (Slot/Return/Versatility)

    Tier 1 (Top 50-150 Grade)

    Tavon Austin / West Virginia

    Denard Robinson / Michigan

    Ryan Swope / Texas A&M

    Marquis Goodwin / Texas


    Tier 2 (Top 175-250 Grade)

    Chad Bumphis / Mississippi St.

    Chip Reeves / Troy

    Conner Vernon / Duke

    Zach Rogers / Tennessee

    Theo Riddick / Notre Dame

    Frankie Hammond / Florida

    Roy Roundtree / Michigan

    Russell Shepard / LSU

    Darryl Surgent / UL-Lafayette


    *Note*

    Theo Riddick is a versatile player who can also produce in the backfield at the runningback position.
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