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Thread: 1st RD Mock Numero Uno

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pat-London View Post
    Not sure how much his 6.9 avg was on his OL though?
    The most underrated member of which is right guard Trai Turner, who will be a late round STEAL. Nobody is talking about this kid, a 2nd year soph, who absolutely pancakes guys in the run game, moves very well for his bulk (it says he's 315 but he looks like 335) and is very solid in pass pro for such an inexperienced kid. He might not be plug-and-play, but he will be a massively valuable asset in some team's roster this April.
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    Quote Originally Posted by j-off-her-doll View Post
    Well, Alfred Blue is going to play in the NFL, and he averaged 4.83 YPC behind the same line, and Kenny Hilliard will be an NFL back in 2015, and he averaged 4.56 YPC.
    alfred blue's a pro as far as i'm concerned...
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    Quote Originally Posted by j-off-her-doll View Post
    Well, Alfred Blue is going to play in the NFL, and he averaged 4.83 YPC behind the same line, and Kenny Hilliard will be an NFL back in 2015, and he averaged 4.56 YPC.
    Ok fair enough then that's me back in my box
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pat-London View Post
    Ok… fair enough then that's me back in my box
    You're all good, dude. They do have a good O-line.
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    I wouldn't go RB in the first round. I would go BPA for OL, LB, S, or TE. We can get a RB in Rd 3 and on.
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    Quote Originally Posted by phinfan1983 View Post
    I wouldn't go RB in the first round. I would go BPA for OL, LB, S, or TE. We can get a RB in Rd 3 and on.
    We can get any of those positions in RD 3 and on too . . .
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    If Eric Ebron is still there at 19 I would bet my paycheck teams would come a callin to trade up with us and you could do it and still get Hill.
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    I want the BPA that fits what we do. Hill intrigues me. I have to look him up for sure!
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    Hill in the first? I'll take Bishop Sankey at RB in round two.
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    I like Jeremy Hill but not enough to draft him in the 1st. His past issues may push him into the 3rd or 4th.

    You have some ridiculous picks though; Van Noy top 10, Ward at 13(If Clemons leaves I wouldn't mind taking him at 19 ), Ebron for the Cardinals when they don't need a TE, Chiefs picking Dennard when they have 3 good corners already, and McCrief in the 1st.
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