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Mike Pouncey! I've read he'll move to Center for his senior season.
Originally posted by Karma:
Originally posted by WillistheWall:
Jones, Green, and Floyd

Next year's draft is really deep at WR, QB, RB, alot of skill positions it seems like. Assuming this season is a success we can just go BPA in this coming draft.

Given age and contract situations, our needs for next year will probably be:
CB
OLB
NT
K
QB??? (I, for one, have faith that this will be a good year for Smith)

We did a great job of addressing Offense this year. Next year will have to a Defensive draft.

Marvin Austin for NT, or Bruce Carter for OLB? Or Greg Romeus. There's a lot of good players out there. If one of the 3 WRs fall to us though and nobody steps up opposite Crabtree we'd have a hard time passing them up though. There was also a kid that Kiper really liked, a corner from LSU next year. I think his last name was Peters. I wonder why he's not on AB's list? Of course draft projections change WILDLY. A year ago Taylor Mays was a possible first rounder, Jarrett Brown was a projected 3rd, some people projected Jeaven Snead to have a breakout year and be the #1 QB because he played in a pro style offense and he goes undrafted instead, some people thought of Colt McCoy as a 1st rounder, LeGarrette Blount was a potential 2nd/3rd and slipped because of the punch, etc. So you never know.
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Originally posted by WillistheWall:
Originally posted by Karma:
Originally posted by WillistheWall:
Jones, Green, and Floyd

Next year's draft is really deep at WR, QB, RB, alot of skill positions it seems like. Assuming this season is a success we can just go BPA in this coming draft.

Given age and contract situations, our needs for next year will probably be:
CB
OLB
NT
K
QB??? (I, for one, have faith that this will be a good year for Smith)

We did a great job of addressing Offense this year. Next year will have to a Defensive draft.

Marvin Austin for NT, or Bruce Carter for OLB? Or Greg Romeus. There's a lot of good players out there. If one of the 3 WRs fall to us though and nobody steps up opposite Crabtree we'd have a hard time passing them up though. There was also a kid that Kiper really liked, a corner from LSU next year. I think his last name was Peters. I wonder why he's not on AB's list? Of course draft projections change WILDLY. A year ago Taylor Mays was a possible first rounder, Jarrett Brown was a projected 3rd, some people projected Jeaven Snead to have a breakout year and be the #1 QB because he played in a pro style offense and he goes undrafted instead, some people thought of Colt McCoy as a 1st rounder, LeGarrette Blount was a potential 2nd/3rd and slipped because of the punch, etc. So you never know.

Patrick Peterson a.k.a. Champ Bailey 2.0. He's NFL ready now, and will make me very sad when he declares next year as a junior. Good thing both Julio Jones and AJ Green will be gone too.
No hate, AB. Let's do it again....................
Patrick Peterson from LSU isn't a top 5 corner?
Originally posted by AB83Rules:
Here is a preliminary list of NFL Prospects for the 2011 draft, please don't hate me and yes it is way way way too early, but hey I love this time, and love talking draft.

If i am missing anyone just let me know.

Quarterbacks:

1. Jake Locker, Washington

2. Ryan Mallet, Arkansas

3. Case Keenum, Houston

4. Christian Ponder, Florida State

5. Pat Devlin, Delaware

Running Backs:

1. Mark Ingram, Alabama

2. Noel Devine, West Virginia

3. Daniel Thomas, Kansas State

4. Evan Royster, Penn State

5. DeMarco Murray, Oklahoma

Fullbacks:

1. Stanley Havili, USC

2. Owen Marcelic, Stanford

3. Marcus Clay, Tulsa

4. Marcus Sims, Florida State

5. Quentin Castille, Northwestern State

Wide Recievers:

1. Julio Jones, Alabama

2. A.J. Green, Georgia

3. Michael Floyd, Notre Dame

4. Armon Binns, Cincinnati

5. Terrance Tolliver, LSU

Tight Ends:

1. Weslye Saunders, South Carolina

2. D.J. Williams, Arkansas

3. Luke Stocker, Tennessee

4. Jeffery Anderson, UAB

5. Zach Pianalto, North Carolina

Centers:

1. Kristofer O'Dowd, USC

2. Stefan Wisniewski, Penn State

3. Ryan McMahon, Florida State

4. Tim Barnes, Missouri

5. Colin Baxter, Arizona
Offensive Guards:

1. Mike Pouncey, Florida

2. Rodney Hudson, Florida State

3. Justin Boren, Ohio State

4. Stephen Schilling, Michigan

5. Orlando Franklin, Miami(Fla.)

Offensive Tackles:

1. Gabe Carimi, Wisconsin

2. Anthony Castonzo, Boston College

3. Clint Bolling, Georgia

4. Marcus Cannon, TCU

5. James Carpenter, Alabama

Defensive Ends:

1. Da'Quan Bowers, Clemson

2. Cameron Heyward, Ohio State

3. Adrian Clayborn, Iowa

4. Greg Romeus, Pittsburgh

5. Allen Bailey, Miami(Fla.)

Defensive Tackles:

1. Marvin Austin, North Carolina

2. Jerell Powe, Mississippi

3. Jarvis Jenkins, Clemson

4. Stephen Paea, Oregon State

5. Drake Nevis, LSU

Outside Linebackers:

1. Bruce Carter, North Carolina

2. Von Miller, Texas A&M

3. Michael Morgan, USC

4. Ross Homan, Ohio State

5. Colin McCarthy, Miami(Fla.)

Inside Linebackers:

1. Greg Jones, Michigan State

2. Quan Sturdivant, North Carolina

3. Brian Smith, Notre Dame

4. Alex Wujciak, Maryland

5. Mike Mohamed, California

Cornerbacks:

1. Rasi-I Dowling, Virginia

2. Chimdi Chekwa, Ohio State

3. Curtis Brown, Texas

4. Prince Amukamara, Nebraska

5. Rashard Carmichael, Virginia Tech

Safeties:

1. DeAndre McDaniel, Clemson

2. Deunta Williams, North Carolina

3. Ahmad Black, Florida

4. Zac Etheridge, Auburn

5. Chris Culliver, South Carolina


you are beyond dedicated
Originally posted by zero:
Originally posted by WillistheWall:
Originally posted by Karma:
Originally posted by WillistheWall:
Jones, Green, and Floyd

Next year's draft is really deep at WR, QB, RB, alot of skill positions it seems like. Assuming this season is a success we can just go BPA in this coming draft.

Given age and contract situations, our needs for next year will probably be:
CB
OLB
NT
K
QB??? (I, for one, have faith that this will be a good year for Smith)

We did a great job of addressing Offense this year. Next year will have to a Defensive draft.

Marvin Austin for NT, or Bruce Carter for OLB? Or Greg Romeus. There's a lot of good players out there. If one of the 3 WRs fall to us though and nobody steps up opposite Crabtree we'd have a hard time passing them up though. There was also a kid that Kiper really liked, a corner from LSU next year. I think his last name was Peters. I wonder why he's not on AB's list? Of course draft projections change WILDLY. A year ago Taylor Mays was a possible first rounder, Jarrett Brown was a projected 3rd, some people projected Jeaven Snead to have a breakout year and be the #1 QB because he played in a pro style offense and he goes undrafted instead, some people thought of Colt McCoy as a 1st rounder, LeGarrette Blount was a potential 2nd/3rd and slipped because of the punch, etc. So you never know.

Patrick Peterson a.k.a. Champ Bailey 2.0. He's NFL ready now, and will make me very sad when he declares next year as a junior. Good thing both Julio Jones and AJ Green will be gone too.


Yeah him. It'd be awesome if we could trade up for him but it'd most likely take a lot of picks.
Originally posted by Karma:
Originally posted by WillistheWall:
Jones, Green, and Floyd

Next year's draft is really deep at WR, QB, RB, alot of skill positions it seems like. Assuming this season is a success we can just go BPA in this coming draft.

Given age and contract situations, our needs for next year will probably be:
CB
OLB
NT
K
QB??? (I, for one, have faith that this will be a good year for Smith)

We did a great job of addressing Offense this year. Next year will have to a Defensive draft.

i agree that CB, OLB and NT, looks like it could be a good year for CBs too!
Originally posted by NewEraNiner:
Jake Locker

Originally posted by AB83Rules:
Here is a preliminary list of NFL Prospects for the 2011 draft, please don't hate me and yes it is way way way too early, but hey I love this time, and love talking draft.

If i am missing anyone just let me know.

Quarterbacks:

1. Jake Locker, Washington

2. Ryan Mallet, Arkansas

3. Case Keenum, Houston

4. Christian Ponder, Florida State

5. Pat Devlin, Delaware

Running Backs:

1. Mark Ingram, Alabama

2. Noel Devine, West Virginia

3. Daniel Thomas, Kansas State

4. Evan Royster, Penn State

5. DeMarco Murray, Oklahoma

Fullbacks:

1. Stanley Havili, USC

2. Owen Marcelic, Stanford

3. Marcus Clay, Tulsa

4. Marcus Sims, Florida State

5. Quentin Castille, Northwestern State

Wide Recievers:

1. Julio Jones, Alabama

2. A.J. Green, Georgia

3. Michael Floyd, Notre Dame

4. Armon Binns, Cincinnati

5. Terrance Tolliver, LSU

Tight Ends:

1. Weslye Saunders, South Carolina

2. D.J. Williams, Arkansas

3. Luke Stocker, Tennessee

4. Jeffery Anderson, UAB

5. Zach Pianalto, North Carolina

Centers:

1. Kristofer O'Dowd, USC

2. Stefan Wisniewski, Penn State

3. Ryan McMahon, Florida State

4. Tim Barnes, Missouri

5. Colin Baxter, Arizona
Offensive Guards:

1. Mike Pouncey, Florida

2. Rodney Hudson, Florida State

3. Justin Boren, Ohio State

4. Stephen Schilling, Michigan

5. Orlando Franklin, Miami(Fla.)

Offensive Tackles:

1. Gabe Carimi, Wisconsin

2. Anthony Castonzo, Boston College

3. Clint Bolling, Georgia

4. Marcus Cannon, TCU

5. James Carpenter, Alabama

Defensive Ends:

1. Da'Quan Bowers, Clemson

2. Cameron Heyward, Ohio State

3. Adrian Clayborn, Iowa

4. Greg Romeus, Pittsburgh

5. Allen Bailey, Miami(Fla.)

Defensive Tackles:

1. Marvin Austin, North Carolina

2. Jerell Powe, Mississippi

3. Jarvis Jenkins, Clemson

4. Stephen Paea, Oregon State

5. Drake Nevis, LSU

Outside Linebackers:

1. Bruce Carter, North Carolina

2. Von Miller, Texas A&M

3. Michael Morgan, USC

4. Ross Homan, Ohio State

5. Colin McCarthy, Miami(Fla.)

Inside Linebackers:

1. Greg Jones, Michigan State

2. Quan Sturdivant, North Carolina

3. Brian Smith, Notre Dame

4. Alex Wujciak, Maryland

5. Mike Mohamed, California

Cornerbacks:

1. Rasi-I Dowling, Virginia

2. Chimdi Chekwa, Ohio State

3. Curtis Brown, Texas

4. Prince Amukamara, Nebraska

5. Rashard Carmichael, Virginia Tech

Safeties:

1. DeAndre McDaniel, Clemson

2. Deunta Williams, North Carolina

3. Ahmad Black, Florida

4. Zac Etheridge, Auburn

5. Chris Culliver, South Carolina

Hey, I'm a draft junkie too. Next years is already in the back of my mind. Once the season starts it's forgotten for a while but around November I'll start thinking about it again.
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Would love to draft Ryan Mallet, if Smith doesn't help take us to the playoffs or shows inconsistency.