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Cordy Glenn, OG Georgia

I have seen a lot of talk about David DeCastro, however it is highly unlikely that he would last to #30. I have seen little mentioned on Cordy Glenn. The guy is massive and has good feet. I have heard talk of him as a possible 1st rounder and with our obvious need at RG why not solidifying our o-line and really be able to run the ball?

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[ Edited by SacSooner on Feb 27, 2012 at 2:32 PM ]
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[ Edited by SacSooner on Feb 27, 2012 at 2:35 PM ]
Glenn is definitely in my list of about 15 prospects I'd be content with in rd 1. I'm impressed with him and while I suspect I'll like someone else more that is available, he would be a solid choice, IMO.
I'm okay with Konz or Glenn should either one of them fall to us.
I have a weird feeling we're going guard with the first pick. It's our only real pressing need besides WR, and theres a ton of WR's this year.
Would not be mad with this pick at all. A natural guard who is good enough to play RT and possibly LT. We would have the best o-line in football. The defense will not want to see this guy pulling. He will hurt guys in the run game. s**t If we draft this guy I wanna watch our team practice, as the competition would be higher than in a game. This guy is 6-5, 348 and ran a forty under 5 flat. Him and Iupati would be better than Evans and Nicks.
At #30? We'd be flying to the podium!!!

Stick him in for the next 10 years at ROG! Dang!!! Staley-Iupati-Goodwin-Glenn-Davis?

Get me some pads! This 6'1", 260 lbs techie is tryin' out at RB! Even I could run behind that wall so could Sus.
Seems like very few fans are on the OL in the 1st bandwagon. Most are going with WR or CB (if Rogers leaves). Now that Brooks is signed OLB is probably off the list. Taking Konz he could probably start at RG for a year or maybe two until Goodwin gets cut/retires and then be the future at center. He or Glenn could be dark horse picks. Then go with a WR in the 2nd. Should be plenty left considering there is a group of 2nd rounders a lot of people feel as comfortable with as the late 1st rounders. So I assume a lot of us would be ok/happy with Konz or Glenn but it isn't the sexy pick and most will be hoping for WR or CB (if no Rogers).

P.S. If we took him we'd definitely need him to be in the 335-340 range max... 345 is a bit better but that 360-365 is too much even though he carries his weight fairly well.
[ Edited by Gore_21 on Feb 29, 2012 at 2:00 AM ]
I would personally like another high pick spent on our O line, but I can't see it. This line is like the anti-Bobb! It has absorbed so many high picks. And yet we still need a RG and possibly a center for the future.
I think RG will be crucial.

Cards, Seahawks D lines were vastly improved by te end of last season and many mocks have them picking up pass rushers.

RG was improved when Snyder took over and we became more successful running and in pass protection. My point is, Snyder was better BUT not nearly enough. A guy like Glenn would pay instant dividends.

I'm hoping the coaches can work some magic w/Kilgore/Pearson.

If not, we'll need to get a RG in the top 3 picks.

I'm also impressed w/Brandon Brooks - 6'5" 325 Miami.

The top FA Guards are WAY too $.
Originally posted by LasVegasWally:
I think RG will be crucial.

Cards, Seahawks D lines were vastly improved by te end of last season and many mocks have them picking up pass rushers.

RG was improved when Snyder took over and we became more successful running and in pass protection. My point is, Snyder was better BUT not nearly enough. A guy like Glenn would pay instant dividends.

I'm hoping the coaches can work some magic w/Kilgore/Pearson.

If not, we'll need to get a RG in the top 3 picks.

I'm also impressed w/Brandon Brooks - 6'5" 325 Miami.

The top FA Guards are WAY too $.

i was wondering why brandon brooks did not get invited to the combine, given the buzz he generated prior at the east west shrine game
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