Originally posted by teeohh:
If Spiller goes in the top 12, and all 3 tops tackles are still gone, who would you take?
You have Graham at 26 but do you think he would be a reach at 13?
Scouts at the Senior Bowl were asked which player was most likely to go to the Pro-Bowl someday. The most popular choice: Mike Iupati.
I'll go with the scouts on this one.
P.S. A lot of fans flipped put when they saw Iupati in the Senior Bowl game. While he struggled at RG, he played 100 times better at LG, which is his normal position. I'd draft him for that spot, and let him anchor that side of the line for the next decade.
Although I usually adopt the best player available viewpoint when it comes to the NFL draft, my philosophy in this 2010 draft is:
1) Draft two OL in the first round: OT and LG. Get this line right, or the team will never go anywhere.
2) Use the second rounder on the best DB available, regardless whether they have PR abilities or not.
3) Use the third rounder on the best DB available, selecting the opposite position as was selected in the second round (CB or S).
4) Use the fourth round pick to draft the best toilet clogging NT on the board.
5) Use the remaining picks to address these issues: Ted backer; PR (if not addressed in rounds 1-3); developmental OLB; running back that can run in the open field; best available place kicker.