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I'd be pretty happy with this one, WalterFootball.com

1st Spiller
Anthony Davis

2nd Jon Asamoah - OG

3rd Brandon Gee - CB

4th Myron Rolle - S

What do you all think?
I don't like Anthony Davis. Would much rather have Campbell,Bulaga,Williams or Iupati.

Love the Spiller pick!! the rest are pretty good to.
I rather have Williams and Graham
this is my dream draft but with Williams at T.


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Originally posted by LasVegasWally:
I'd be pretty happy with this one, WalterFootball.com

1st Spiller
Anthony Davis

2nd Jon Asamoah - OG

3rd Brandon Gee - CB

4th Myron Rolle - S

What do you all think?

Love Asamoah and think he's the perfect fit for us if we can't get Iupati. Davis is probably the best tackle available when we draft but I'd rather get a RT in the later rounds and use that 1b pick on Eric Berry (if he slips to us), Taylor mays or Earl Thomas. Brandon Ghee will be a pretty good CB. I like Myron Rolle too, but I think we'll pick up a WR in the 4th or 5th.
love it
Wouldn't be mad at that draft.
I'd be very happy with it. Not wild about the Rolle pick but I like the rest.
I think we want to steer clear of Anthony Davis . . .

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OT Anthony Davis, Rutgers*
Known to abhor the weight room at Rutgers and rely far too much on his natural ability, Davis showed up at the Combine looking sloppy-bodied and overweight. At 323 pounds, he clocked above 5.4 in the 40 on some watches and managed only 21 reps of 225 pounds, the fewest of any of the top four tackles who grade out the highest in the draft on tape. Known for consistently being late and not being accountable in college, Davis demonstrated his immaturity during interviews.

http://www.profootballweekly.com/2010/03/02/combine-winners-and-losers
Originally posted by SonocoNinerFan:
I think we want to steer clear of Anthony Davis . . .

Quote:
OT Anthony Davis, Rutgers*
Known to abhor the weight room at Rutgers and rely far too much on his natural ability, Davis showed up at the Combine looking sloppy-bodied and overweight. At 323 pounds, he clocked above 5.4 in the 40 on some watches and managed only 21 reps of 225 pounds, the fewest of any of the top four tackles who grade out the highest in the draft on tape. Known for consistently being late and not being accountable in college, Davis demonstrated his immaturity during interviews.

http://www.profootballweekly.com/2010/03/02/combine-winners-and-losers

Andre Smith part 2.