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Boards favorite prospect (at #7) 2/3/11

Boards favorite prospect (at #7) 2/3/11

I'm keeping Fairly and Peterson off the list, as they are the most likely to be gone.

Considering we stay at #7. Even if you want to trade down, I'm curious who you value at 7.

[ Edited by RollinWith21n52 on Feb 3, 2011 at 21:45:41 ]
As of now


It'll probably change again though. So many players I like at #7.
  • sfout
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Easily Quinn, he has the size and athleticism to play DE or OLB and can move amazingly. Second most favorite is Amukamara because of the "Darelle Revis Mystique". His skills from 2009 absolutely made QBs avoid him in 2010 and he still played out of his mind. I personally doubt he will be there because of AZ, I know a lot of people don't see him going there but if Seattle is favored to take their "Hometown Hero" Jake Locker then why wouldn't the Cards take another AZ kid with #5? They did it with Max Hall, they didn't draft him but it was widely known that the fact he went to high school in AZ was the main reason they gave him a shot. Sorry to go off topic, I might consider him a reach but Aldon Smith is a very intriguing possibility at #7, however unlikely it is.

[ Edited by sfout on Feb 3, 2011 at 22:30:37 ]
AJ Green would be the BAP on that list. There are others on the list that would be incredible but combining Green with Crabtree would be a heck of a start for the WC offense.
Not the popular opine, no doubt about that, but I'd take QB at 7. It's the most important position in the game and the top QBs are preferable to the 2nd tier. If Harbaugh covets one of the second tier guys then by all means wait and grab the top defensive talent at #7. My QB board looks like this...

Tier 1

Gabbert, Newton, Locker

Tier 1.5

Mallett

Tier 2

Kaepernick
Dalton
Ponder
McElroy
Stanzi
Enderle
Taylor

Everyone in each tier I view as about even so they are listed in no particular order.

It's a stone cold lock that one (and likely that two) of the top tier QBs as listed above will be on the board at 7. We will certainly have plenty of options no matter what your preference, QB or otherwise.
  • 4ML
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Give me Quinn or Peterson. I like Amukamara as well. No Gabbert please, and no Bowers.
Trade down. There are few guys worth the #7 pick this year.

[ Edited by SanDiego49er on Feb 4, 2011 at 00:56:45 ]
Originally posted by SanDiego49er:
Trade down. There are few guys worth the #7 pick this year.

Completely disagree. Incredible defensive talent.
I'm going with Robert Quinn in a 3-4 scheme. If Patrick Peterson was on this list, then it gets harder to decide... but PP would be the better value.
I know it won't be the popular pick around here, but I'd take AJ Green - the guy is probably the second best prospect in the draft behind Peterson and the thought of pairing him and Crabtree for the next 5 years is very intriguing. I realize we need a pass rush and secondary help (not to mention a franchise QB) but if we are investing that kind of money in a player at #7, I'd like the closest thing to a can't miss prospect and Green is certainly that.
you've got AJ Green up there but not Patrick Peterson?

My vote goes to peterson.
Originally posted by RollinWith21n52:
Originally posted by SanDiego49er:
Trade down. There are few guys worth the #7 pick this year.

Completely disagree. Incredible defensive talent.

Completely agree. I would not have a problem with picking any of the major defensive prospects at #7. Not really I guy I don't like.
From a value perspective I had to vote AJ Green

Otherwise I would have voted for either Miller or Quinn. Probably Miller right now, but I'm waiting for the combine to see how Quinn looks.
Originally posted by pete98146:
AJ Green would be the BAP on that list. There are others on the list that would be incredible but combining Green with Crabtree would be a heck of a start for the WC offense.
I'll take one of these three:




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