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    OT Joel Bitonio

    I thought that I would pull up some film. He reminds me of Zack Martin- strong at the LOS, tenacious, quick. Interesting prospect.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t_pYsr5JcFQ

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xVrdhUUi8QE

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-ucyMou27I0

    Dude can move for a big man.
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    He has got some things to work on, but he is a very intriguing player. Like you say, he is tenacious. I would definitely look at him in the 2nd.
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    One of my favorite players in the draft. I liked him early in the season when I saw him play against FSU, and kept an eye on him. Unfortunately he caught a lot of people's eye and risen from a 3-4 round guy to a 1-2 round guy. He can play all 5 spots on the line and IMO is a plug and play RT.
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    I wasn't sure if he was a first rnd pick until I saw him at the combine. He really moves well. Not just that but hes actually pretty fast for a big guy, and in a zone, if you decide to roll him, or want to et him up field, he does that in hurry.

    IMO he is a 1st rnd pick. If this was last years draft he would be a 1st rnd lock. This draft is deeper though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by xXwarXx View Post
    I wasn't sure if he was a first rnd pick until I saw him at the combine. He really moves well. Not just that but hes actually pretty fast for a big guy, and in a zone, if you decide to roll him, or want to et him up field, he does that in hurry.

    IMO he is a 1st rnd pick. If this was last years draft he would be a 1st rnd lock. This draft is deeper though.
    If we could slide down from #19 and pick up Koundjio late in the 1st, Bitonio and Kyle Van Noy in the 2nd and a WR in the 3rd I'd be all for that.

    Martavis Bryant, Donte Moncrief, Jordan MAtthews, maybe Cody Latimer. Then in the 4th CJ Fiedorowicz or Trai Turner, if he lasts that long. Turner getting all the recent attention is troubling, I was hoping that he would stay under the radar.
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    A kid like Bitonio is one of the reasons I'd prefer to trade back in the first if the top 4 OT's are gone. We could use either a front line Guard or a RT in the draft. There are question marks on all the tackles rated 5-8, and it doesn't seem one stands out over the others. We could also take one of the top 2 pure guards late in the first and not be blowing it value wise. I'd rather get the extra pick, if possible, rather than reach for a guy at 19. If we are staying at 19 and Lewan and Martin are gone, I'd prefer to go with another position, but that could leave us scrambling in the 2nd if oline flies off the board faster than anticipated.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fininpsl View Post
    If we are staying at 19 and Lewan and Martin are gone, I'd prefer to go with another position, but that could leave us scrambling in the 2nd if oline flies off the board faster than anticipated.
    I'm officially panicking, and your scenario is what I'm afraid of. O linemen will go ahead of us, and behind us. Bitonio is getting a lot of attention.


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    Quote Originally Posted by HoneyB View Post
    I'm officially panicking, and your scenario is what I'm afraid of. O linemen will go ahead of us, and behind us. Bitonio is getting a lot of attention.
    That's why IMHO trading back puts us in the sweet spot for what we need along the o-line unless one of the top 4 tackles fall. There should be almost as many attractive o-line options in the late 20s as at 19. Of course we could be in love with one of the lesser Ts and grab them at 19. Maybe we think Kouandjo's knee is fine and we are getting a gift at 19 that can road grade. Who am I to say without knowing the real medical report on him? Or maybe we will take a safe pick like Su'a-filo there.
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    If we could somehow trade down and pick up Xavier Su'a Filo in the 1st and then Botonio in the 2nd, i would be ecstatic. Botonio stood out to me at the combine and i would love for us to pick him up to solidify the line.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fininpsl View Post
    That's why IMHO trading back puts us in the sweet spot for what we need along the o-line unless one of the top 4 tackles fall. There should be almost as many attractive o-line options in the late 20s as at 19. Of course we could be in love with one of the lesser Ts and grab them at 19. Maybe we think Kouandjo's knee is fine and we are getting a gift at 19 that can road grade. Who am I to say without knowing the real medical report on him? Or maybe we will take a safe pick like Su'a-filo there.
    http://www.cbssports.com/nfl/writer/...ouandjios-knee
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