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Thread: If Miami were to take Chance Warmack

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anvil35 View Post
    I think Warmack is an impact player. He just happens to be a guard. If he is there at twelve I say take him...
    He is a great player, but an impact player? Adrian Peterson had two OGs who were 6th round picks blocking for him.

    Carl Nicks - 5th round pick
    Marshal Yanda - 3rd round pick
    Evan Mathis - 3rd round pick

    Al great OGs and considered the best in the business. You can find 'impact' OG in the mid rounds.


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    Warmack is a Monster. might be the safest pick in the draft
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    I wouldn't be opposed to trading down a couple of slots if possible and drafting Johnathan Cooper from UMC, (go heels). He is just as solid of a pick as Warmack, and might actually be a better guard in a ZBS offensive line. If of course, we were going to go that route, but still wouldn't help our tackle problem if Long leaves.
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    Yes, It would be safe, but Det, Tenn, and maybe even Buff and the Jets would be interested, Buff especially if they lose Levitre...Jets? They need so much help, he might just be as good a start as they can have...The brightside is, guys like Damontre Moore, Jarvis Jones, Woerner, Milliner and Mingo increase their odds of being available to us...especially with guys like DT Floyd and Richardson moving up the boards
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    Strangely I wouldn't be that pissed, Warmack is a beast, the type of guard who comes out only every so often, would shore up the line and even a below average back could run behind him. I dont think its likely to happen though, for the simple fact that if we go offensive line in the first round, we take a tackle. Any of the top three tackles would be good value at 12th pick. Warmack is not going to fall and even if he did, a guard might be less value to us than a tackle depending what happens with Jake Long.
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    Id be ok with it as long as we drafted his whole family as well.

    Seriously though, he's an excellent player, if he were somehow there at 12 id rather trade down for more picks.

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    warmacks a nice player and good looking move athlete...not quite the move athlete that fellow og jonathon cooper is however and warmack can struggle with strength over his face...can get stood up and moved a little against legit strength...no question he's an upgrade at left guard for us but i wouldn't expect him to take on power pigs all that much by himself early in his career...would be a better feet and move athlete next to mike pouncey in our system...plug and play left guard
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    Quote Originally Posted by DzakkH13 View Post
    He is a great player, but an impact player? Adrian Peterson had two OGs who were 6th round picks blocking for him.

    Carl Nicks - 5th round pick
    Marshal Yanda - 3rd round pick
    Evan Mathis - 3rd round pick

    Al great OGs and considered the best in the business. You can find 'impact' OG in the mid rounds.
    you can name receivers also... Brandon Marshall, Mike Wallace. both found in the 3rd round.
    hopefully its a Receiver @ 12 in my opinion..
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