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Thread: what would it take for Milliner?

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    what would it take for Milliner?

    as far as trading up, potential destinations for him are Philly#4, Detroit#5, Cleveland #6, Tennessee #10, and Us at #12
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    if Philly takes a tackle and Detroit takes a de I would think Cleveland would be the ideal trade partner with them losing their 2nd round pick for Josh Gordon in supplemental draft
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    I can't see him falling to us, I wish he would but I still quite like Banks at #12. If neither are there then I think we use a 2nd on a CB with Poyer/Trufant if they're there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by peakz View Post
    I can't see him falling to us, I wish he would but I still quite like Banks at #12. If neither are there then I think we use a 2nd on a CB with Poyer/Trufant if they're there.
    OK, I accept that we may need to give up a 2nd or a 3rd to move up but if Milliner is that good, it may be a consideration. The prospect of the Dolphins moving up in round 1 is a completely different situation that I haven't seen before.
    Who knows, we may even throw Jimmy Wilson or Jonathon Amaya into the deal as a sweetener.
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    Trufant is a first round pick, Poyer got arrested so we may take him off our draft board.
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    I like Milliner but would not trade up for him....most mocks I have seen have Milliner going between #5-#10, but he could be there at #12.
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    Stranger things have happened so it is possible he falls to 12. He's one of the guys I would consider trading up for if he starts dropping a little bit, same with Werner. How do you guys rank Banks and Rhodes? Are those guys good enough to take at #12?
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    Quote Originally Posted by SF Dolphin Fan View Post
    Stranger things have happened so it is possible he falls to 12. He's one of the guys I would consider trading up for if he starts dropping a little bit, same with Werner. How do you guys rank Banks and Rhodes? Are those guys good enough to take at #12?
    no, desmond trufant from Washington would be the next cb after Milliner
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    Milliner is solid but he isn't a playmaker. Great for deflecting passes, lousy for INTs. A very Jeff Ireland pick, if you ask me. I'd prefer to swing for the fences a little on Banks or Poyer, who have a better eye for the ball. I'd consider Milliner at 12, but I wouldn't trade up for him under any circumstances.
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    My top-5 CB's right now (in order):

    1. Milliner
    2. Rhodes
    3. Alford
    4. Banks
    5. Trufant

    (Poyer is 6th)
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