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Thread: Barry Jackson: Shazier emerging as a real possibility for Dolphins at 19

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    Don't get your hopes up. There's probably seven or eight spots he could go before #19.
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    Could be smoke for someone behind us....
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    Quote Originally Posted by 123phins View Post
    at 19 there is no way the phins can even take a sniff at Mosley and a trade up for a LB is a horrid move with so many other needs
    Don't agree with this
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    Correct me if I'm wrong but I have not seen an Ohio State player do anything in the NFL in so long that it just seems like they don't even enter the draft. There are certain schools that teams should just stay away from as far as drafting. Schools like Gators, Ohio State, and Tennessee. There are a couple of players that have been ok like Eric Berry, but as for LB, DL, WR, RB, where are these players from these schools that enter the draft. And the Gator are just made for college, these guys are no good in the NFL, OL okay no problem, but NO on QB, RB, LB, and DL just garbage.

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    Why take Shazier in the 1st when we can nab the better Borland in the 2nd? We need a complete 4 down inside guy more than a 3 down outside guy so.....
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    1. Zack Martin - OT/OG - Notre Dame
    2. Chris Borland - ILB - Wisconsin
    3. C.J. Fiedeorowicz - TE - Iowa
    4. Trai Turner - OG - LSU
    5. Brandon Thomas - OT/OG - Clemson
    6. Storm Johnson - RB - South Florida
    7. Calvin Barnett - DT - Oklahoma State



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    I prefer him to Mosley, but would not be in favor of either in round 1. IMHO it represents poor value at the spot and addresses a lesser need than our OL.

    We let Soliai walk, and these lightweight LB's are going to get manhandled. Gap penetrators along the DL are great for interior pass pressure, but they are terrible at keeping LB's clean to make run stops. No LB will be our 1st round pick.

    On a side note though, I do love this industrial stream of smokescreens. When was the last time someone wrote about us drafting Martin or Lewan other than a passing reference? LOL. All Goodell did was add an extra month of smokescreens.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loui F Baby View Post
    Correct me if I'm wrong but I have not seen an Ohio State player do anything in the NFL in so long that it just seems like they don't even enter the draft. There are certain schools that teams should just stay away from as far as drafting. Schools like Gators, Ohio State, and Tennessee. There are a couple of players that have been ok like Eric Berry, but as for LB, DL, WR, RB, where are these players from these schools that enter the draft. And the Gator are just made for college, these guys are no good in the NFL, OL okay no problem, but NO on QB, RB, LB, and DL just garbage.

    We Do Not Need This Guy, By Him Being From Ohio State Sums It Up.
    Aj Hawk, J. Laurinaitis are two LB'ers that seem to be doing pretty well!
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    so that means shazier isn't a possibility for us at 19, ok, got it
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    Quote Originally Posted by KTOWNFINFAN View Post
    I just don't see it, Hickey is too smart for that. Drafting Mosley over Shazier would be like drafting Channing Crowder over Patrick Willis.
    PLAYER ------HT--WT---college sr tackles-PBU-Sacks-FF--TFL
    Patrick Willis 6-1, 239----------------137-----7-----3------2--11.5
    Ryan Shazier 6-1, 237---------------144------4-----6------4--23
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