Originally posted by GEEK:Originally posted by OnTheClock:Originally posted by jreff22:Originally posted by OnTheClock:Originally posted by ninertico:Originally posted by OnTheClock:Originally posted by ninertico:
Thank OTC as always for the great job you do.
Question: Is it me or is there really that many 1st round talents this year than in year's past? It seems like we may not even have to trade up from our 49-50th position in the second. It seems as though more underclassmen will declare including red-shirt sophs pushing the talent down.
Record year for declarations?
The more the list grows, the more I see how good of a shape we're in to land a fantastic player in the 2nd as well as the 3rd rounds and beyond.
Now, granted there is still time for opinions to change with All-Star games still needing to take place as well as the combine. McCoy could drop to a second round grade for me with a bad game tonight.
My grades will most certainly move at least some for some players, but as it stands, there should be a 1st-round level player available to us in the 2nd and maybe even third round.
That's what I thought and how exciting for us. What a rich draft!
Just a thought...do you think Cody is an option is available in the second to us as opposed to a S, RS, CB, or other? Seems like a ROT, Iupati and Mt. Cody draft solidifies our trenches, but I think secondary will be addressed in the second with RS skills, huh? Just seems more feasible and more options at secondary for a great player.
Here's what I'm kind of thinking what'll go down.
2) We'll look for a top safety replacement for Lewis above all else after that.
Are you flirting with the idea of bumping Goldson to SS and looking for a new FS?
Unless the right FS prospect is there, I do not want to move Goldson. I think from here he's only going to get better at FS and what we need is a SS complement to take over for M-Lew. Earl Thomas is an SS by the way, so if available, I'd be all for drafting him.
Oh by the way, Snead is added.. And hopefully not to anyone's shock, I give him a 3rd round grade.
He is not 1st round nor 2nd round material in my eyes.
Dude is like...best QB everz man.
Lyk I kno, dood! Snead kan taek us 2 da playofz in '10!
That was exceptionally painful to write. Ouch, ouch, ouch.
Now, more news to add, that I forgot. Virginia Tech DE Jason Worilds also is added now. I grade him as a 3rd rounder. Worilds is a high-motor, non-stop competing guy who will work OL to death out there. Stout and strong against the run, he could make a nice DE/OLB prospect for a 3-4 team.
Virginia Tech junior defensive end Jason Worilds announced Thursday that he will forego his senior season and enter the NFL Draft. The Carteret, N.J., native was a two-time All-ACC performer who recorded 49 tackles this year, including 11.0 for loss and 4.5 sacks. He also had one forced fumble, one pass break up and a team-leading 32 quarterback hurries. “Jason is a very talented player, but is also a very smart player,” Tech head coach Frank Beamer said. “He has the toughness to be successful after playing through a shoulder injury last year. We wish him a long NFL career. He was great for Virginia Tech and we wish him the best in the NFL.” “This is a bittersweet day for me,” Worilds said. “The Hokie Nation has been great to me and my family, but it’s time to close this chapter in my life. This is a new and exciting part of my life and I’m excited to see what the future holds.” - Virginia tech football
[ Edited by OnTheClock on Jan 7, 2010 at 14:53:31 ]