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Thread: Slimm's 2013 Position Rankings

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    by the way ck to my eyes you stole pick #22 for that compensation in your mock...
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    Quote Originally Posted by hooshoops View Post
    by the way ck to my eyes you stole pick #22 for that compensation in your mock...
    They essentially let me move up from mid-2nd to mid-1st in exchange for a 3rd, a 4th and some small change so yeah I think I got a good deal for a good player, lol.

    It was actually pretty close to chart value if you can believe it.
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    well i didn't believe in the whole mayock thing that pick #6 to pick #25 is pretty much the same value but after the combine and seeing what i saw i'm a damn believer now...so to me to get pick #22 for that is a steal...
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    Slimm's 2013 Position Rankings

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    Safety

    1. Eric Reid* - 2nd round

    2. Shamarko Thomas - 2nd round

    3. Kenny Vacarro - 2nd round

    4. Matt Elam - 2nd round

    5. Johnathan Cyprien - 3rd round

    6. Phillip Thomas - 3rd round

    7. Bacarri Rambo - 3rd round

    8. Earl Wolff - 4th round

    9. Josh Evans - 4th round

    10. Duke Williams - 4th round

    11. Shawn Williams - 4th round

    12. D.J. Swearinger - 4th round

    13. Rashard Hall - 4th round

    14. T.J. McDonald - 4th round

    15. Tony Jefferson* - 4th round

    16. Dexter McCoil - 4th round

    17. John Boyett - 5th round

    18. Kemal Ishmael - 5th round

    19. Robert Lester - 5th round

    20. Jahleel Addae - 6th round

    21. Bradley McDougald - 6th round

    22. Ray Ray Armstrong - 7th round

    23. Terence Garvin - 7th round

    24. Cody Davis - UDFA

    25. Kejuan Riley - UDFA

    26. Rontez Miles - UDFA

    27. Don Jones - UDFA

    28. Jermaine Robinson - UDFA

    29. B.J. Scott - UDFA
    Rambo is the second best if not the best free safety in this draft.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ckparrothead View Post
    Corey Lemonier fits with the Dolphins but at a certain price tag. I don't know that you can afford to make Corey Lemonier a three-down defensive end opposite Cam Wake. I just don't know if that can happen. On the other hand Lemonier could absolutely be a significant role player with Miami.

    I'm not a big fan of Robert Woods really. Not much explosion there, hands aren't special...kind of a straight line-ish guy as far as quickness goes.
    I think Robert Woods is going to be one those guys that just gets it done and makes plays and will have a very successfull career, not an exciting workout guy, but one that makes it happen in the games.
    Jay Fiedler can take his'n and lose to your'n.....or take your'n and lose to his'n.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NJPHINFAN79 View Post
    Slimm I was wondering if u had any insight on a wr Ryan Spadola out do Lehigh. He is the son of my mothers co worker. Saw he ran a 4.41 unofficial I believe and I did not see him on your wr listing. Just was looking for some intelligent feedback, I was impressed enough her son got a combine invite but was looking for a little more info if you got it.

    thanks


    I wish I could help you with Spadola but unfortunately I can't. You know more about him than I do which is why I don't have him listed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by justdev7 View Post
    Rambo is the second best if not the best free safety in this draft.

    In terms of talent and playmaking ability I'd probably agree with that, but he has a lot of off the field issues that drop his grade, combined with a tendancy for disastrous angles.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hooshoops View Post
    baileys probably got better feet...but they both have damn good ones...baileys feet separate him and help him get off coverage despite being somewhat undersized on the boundary...he's got deceptive speed also...

    totally agree on allens ability to play the ball and the man and use his body to get the separation he needs down the middle...this kids really underrated...if his qb was worth a damn we'd all be talking about how much we'd like him to get to our pick...big body guy with the movements skills of a guy 2 inches smaller...and polished...day 1 ready
    i been saying the same thing all year. the cal Qb has to be one of the WORST college QB's i've seen in a long time. also allen gets all the attention from other teams because he has no other Wr to help take the coverage away from him when guys like bailey and patterson have austin and hunter across from them. Keenan Allen IMO, reminds me of a more athletic jordy nelson.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MiamiFinsJC View Post
    Slim, can you elaborate on why Carradine is your #1 rated defensive end?

    We have threads in this forum where all throughout the season, I would periodically stop in and comment about how Carradine was putting out the best tape of any DE in the country... and I was watching as many as 50 per week. Basically, you can pick any category and I feel like he's either already the best at it, or will be.

    He's got the size of Bruce Smith (6'4", 275 with nearly 35" arms) which is the prototype, and the strength to match (28 reps with nearly 35" arms). This is a kid with 4.6 speed also, we recruited him to play 'jack' linebacker at Alabama.

    He was leading FSU's defense in tackles when he got hurt, despite only starting 10 games. He started 4 less games than Werner, and had twice as many tackles. The reason for this should be obvious to anyone who watched the games.. there was only one DE in the country who could fly around the field and chase plays like that.

    11 sacks, 13 TFL's, 9 QB hurries, a forced fumble, and leading a defense in tackles that was stocked with NFL prospects and 1st round picks.... and this was only his first season with an opportunity to start. He still has things to work on. He's still getting better.

    The better question for me would be why anyone wouldn't have him as the #1 DE.


    If it weren't for the knee injury he'd be a lock to go in the top 10, probably higher. Right now he's the #2 overall player in the draft in my opinion, and only that injury keeps him from being the #1 player. He was the most dominant force on the defensive side of the ball that I saw in 2012.
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    It is kind of weird that more people don't like Carradine. If you watch an FSU game, he's making a tackle every other play. And it's usually a play near, at, or behind the line of scrimmage or a really impressive hustle play down the field. I'd be really happy with him at 12.

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