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My 2013 Draft with possible supplements and Trades

1st Round DT Kawann Short, Purdue
He is a big and Fast D-takle that would grow under the view of Issac Sopoaga and become a good DT in he NFL.

2nd Round TE Zach Ertz, Stanford
Great Tight End, he can block and catch aslo has hops and can catch over any DB.

3rd Round DE Datone Jones UCLA
Good DE who can mold well into the NFL and with a Mentor like Justin Smith he will become a great replacement.

3rd Round (trade 5th supplement 6th from dolphins 7th ) CB Blidi Wreh-Wilson
Very good cornerback even though we have 4 good CB he can mold into the picture and start off in Special Teams.

4th round C Braxston Cave Notre Dame
Great center protected Notre Dame Qbs very well and can replace Goodwin right away.

4th round(supplement) FS Josh Evans Florida
Good Safety not as noticed due to Matt Elam right next to him but he is a hard hitter need him just in case we don't keep Dashon Goldson

5th round RB Le'Veon Bell Mich St. Great running back of the talent and size of Steven Jackson.

5th round WR Marquess Wilson Wash. St Underrated WR who is of great stature and we need big receivers for Colin.

6th round ILB A.J. Klein Iowa St HE is a ILB that can mold into the NFL but he probably will be used more for Special teams and if Larry Grant leaves as back-up.

7th round OLB Cornelius Washington, Georgia
Left side to a beast like Jarvis Jones and he is bigger and just as fast and he can do what Aldon did his first Year.
When you say "supplement" do you mean compensation picks? Cause you can't trade those. And 2nd Kawann would play DE in a 3-4, imo, and would be learning under Ray McDonald and Justin Smith. Putting him a NT would neglect his strongest ability of getting sacks and QB pressure.
Well i guess we will trade our 5th and Kawann is a DT in a 3-4 he plays NT and would play at that position learning under Issac Sopoaga.
As a Purdue fan, I've watched enough of Kawann to tell you he'd be a waste at NT. He's a pass rusher by nature. Not a guy to hold off 2 blockers so others can make the plays. You'd waste him at NT. If we drafted him, it'd be as a DE in our 3-4.
Plus Purdue runs a hybrid D. When they are in 4-3 he's a pass rushing DT. In their 3-4, he shifts to the outside and Brandon Taylor (Lawrence's son) becomes the NT.
its a good draft but pretty optimistic. but hey stocks fall and rise continually til draft day. good job mang
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