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Thread: Pat Kirwan mock draft 5/2/14

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    Quote Originally Posted by jim1 View Post
    See earlier posts as to the fallacy of the Koundjio knee stories and look at more tape, because Koundjio is not incredibly slow and lumbering, that's another fallacy.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D2TJ8KDsDA8
    Kouandjio ran a 5.59 sec 40 compared to Su'a-Filo's 5.09. Your big boy is huge - 6'7" and 322 lbs with enormous arms but he's slow. I think that we get Martin, Su'a-Filo, Moses, James and Bitonio ahead of Kouandjio.
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    Quote Originally Posted by spiketex View Post
    Kouandjio ran a 5.59 sec 40 compared to Su'a-Filo's 5.09. Your big boy is huge - 6'7" and 322 lbs with enormous arms but he's slow. I think that we get Martin, Su'a-Filo, Moses, James and Bitonio ahead of Kouandjio.
    I'd be more concerned about his 40 time if here were a WR- he's a Tackle. He moves pretty well laterally, that's more important imo. He is what he is, a power OT who is a good pass blocker. His straight ahead speed isn;t a big concern of mine, and he moves pretty fluidly for a big man. Moses ran a 5.35 at the combine, James ran a 4.34, Kouandjio ran 5.42 and a 5:53 at his pro day. His movement skills are fine fro an OT imo, especially RT where he'll probably end up:

    http://www.nfl.com/videos/nfl-combin...yrus-Kouandjio
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    That pick is horrible, we can pick up OL help in the 2nd and 3rd rounds, this team needs playmakers on both sides of the ball.
    They should take BPA at 19 and Kouandjio isn't one of them.
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    If Kouandjio is the pick I wont even bother to watch the rest of Hickey' draft.
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    Quote Originally Posted by spiketex View Post
    Kouandjio ran a 5.59 sec 40 compared to Su'a-Filo's 5.09. Your big boy is huge - 6'7" and 322 lbs with enormous arms but he's slow. I think that we get Martin, Su'a-Filo, Moses, James and Bitonio ahead of Kouandjio.
    Hope so. Martin and Su'a are the only two corns I want would be OK with at 19
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    With respect, I still have concerns about whether he fits the ZBS. If he does and his knee isn't going to shorten his career then OK, but there is no way I support the fitting a square peg in a round hole mentality.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SWS84 View Post
    With respect, I still have concerns about whether he fits the ZBS. If he does and his knee isn't going to shorten his career then OK, but there is no way I support the fitting a square peg in a round hole mentality.
    He doesn't fit the ZBS...end of story.
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    I take an OLman's 40 time with a pinch of salt - for me it's the 10 sec split and in particular the 3 cone drill that are the more important times.
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    I'd be pretty irritated if we took him at 19.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LANGER72 View Post
    Mosely (beast mode) or Cooks (another Desean jackson) would be the pick in that mock.
    No way we are taking the 3rd or 4th best player at a position at #19. We are not that desperate and Hickey look for other oline options in round 2-4
    I'm with ya.

    If it panned out that way I'd pick either Beckham Jr, Cooks, Mosley, or even Kyle Fuller, who many here believe to be the best corner in the draft.

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