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Underclassmen Declared for 2012 NFL Draft

Originally posted by sfout:
Dre Kirkpatrick and Trent Richardson declare.

Both are likely to be top 10 picks come April. Don't see anyway either falls out of the top half.
Dont'a Hightower as well
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Originally posted by OnTheClock:
Originally posted by sfout:
Dre Kirkpatrick and Trent Richardson declare.

Both are likely to be top 10 picks come April. Don't see anyway either falls out of the top half.

just adding them to the list lol. I dont want either one.
Originally posted by sfout:
Originally posted by OnTheClock:
Originally posted by sfout:
Dre Kirkpatrick and Trent Richardson declare.

Both are likely to be top 10 picks come April. Don't see anyway either falls out of the top half.

just adding them to the list lol. I dont want either one.

Oh I know. Just saying, their declaration just helps push down more players to us.
apparently LSU DT Michael Brockers has decided to go pro. 6'5 and 300 lbs. Had 10 tackles for loss this season.
Originally posted by AB83Rules:
apparently LSU DT Michael Brockers has decided to go pro. 6'5 and 300 lbs. Had 10 tackles for loss this season.

Interesting. Could be an intriguing 3-4 DE at 6-5 306 4.95. That's some crazy athleticism for such insane size. I could see us looking at him like we looked at sophomore Aldon Smith.
Too bad about Kirkpatrick being so highly rated. I'd love for him to take over the spot Rogers may leave open.
Originally posted by okdkid:
Too bad about Kirkpatrick being so highly rated. I'd love for him to take over the spot Rogers may leave open.

Honestly, I'm not too high on him. I still think that he tackles WAY too high, his hips are pretty stiff and aren't all that fluid either. Although, he has great size, I'm not sure how he develops in the NFL.
Originally posted by SF69ers:
Originally posted by okdkid:
Too bad about Kirkpatrick being so highly rated. I'd love for him to take over the spot Rogers may leave open.

Honestly, I'm not too high on him. I still think that he tackles WAY too high, his hips are pretty stiff and aren't all that fluid either. Although, he has great size, I'm not sure how he develops in the NFL.

I personally think he's overrated, but his size and speed and major program known for generated top-flight defenders will cause him to be overdrafted. Good for us though, we'll get someone pushed down. The more people that declare, the better.
Looks like 16-17 likely first rounders in this list. Somebody pretty good will drop to us.
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Rueben Randle has reportedly declared....

http://collegefootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2012/01/12/lsu-reportedly-loses-rueben-randle-to-nfl-too/

and Ryan Swope has opted to stay in school 1 more year just to put that our there for those wondering what he'd do.

http://collegefootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2012/01/12/ryan-swope-announces-he-will-stay-at-texas-am-one-more-year/
[ Edited by sfout on Jan 12, 2012 at 9:42 PM ]
DE/OLB Max Holloway (6-2 253 4.67) of Boston College is declaring too.
Originally posted by sfout:
Rueben Randle has reportedly declared....

http://collegefootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2012/01/12/lsu-reportedly-loses-rueben-randle-to-nfl-too/

and Ryan Swope has opted to stay in school 1 more year just to put that our there for those wondering what he'd do.

http://collegefootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2012/01/12/ryan-swope-announces-he-will-stay-at-texas-am-one-more-year/

Interesting decision for Swope. Without Fuller and Tannehill gone, I wonder if he'll have the same production or even better. Good player though. Love the way he plays.
OLB Jonathan Massaquoi, Troy, declares as well.
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Alvester Alexander RB from Wyoming declares

http://collegefootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2012/01/14/cowboy-out-wyoming-rb-heading-to-nfl/

Probably nothing more than a late rounder or UDFA but it is always interesting to see where players like him end up.
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