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Pick ONE Player in this Draft, Who You Think Will Be a Star in the NFL!

Originally posted by AllTimeGreat:
Cornellius Carradeine

I want him as Justin Smith's replacement.

Under the radar. Some GM is going to look awfully smart.
Jamie Collins... I think he will outplay many of the 3-4 OLBs picked before him his rookie year.
If im picking one, ill go ahead and pick a sleeper.

JJ Wilcox. One year starting at SS and he was dominate. His potential at the position is through the roof.
Cordarrelle Patterson without a doubt !!
Originally posted by RishikeshA:
Originally posted by AllTimeGreat:
Cornellius Carradeine

I want him as Justin Smith's replacement.

Under the radar. Some GM is going to look awfully smart.

Not if they play him at 3-4 DE.
Originally posted by Dshearn:
I think Tyrann Mathieu is going to carve out a name for himself as a special team STUD.

He has pretty sick start stop ability, and a workman like mentality. The guy seeks out contact to make a defensive play.


I think he will want to live out his "honey badger" persona in every single way including special teams.


IF this was the 80s and he was at Miami, all of this would be been swept under the rug and he would have been a first round pick based on his measurable and production.

Judging by what we see from Miami, if he had attended there now this would have been swept under the rug. It's too bad he didn't go to Auburn, so he could get paid.
Originally posted by nvninerfan1:
Originally posted by Dshearn:
I think Tyrann Mathieu is going to carve out a name for himself as a special team STUD.

He has pretty sick start stop ability, and a workman like mentality. The guy seeks out contact to make a defensive play.


I think he will want to live out his "honey badger" persona in every single way including special teams.


IF this was the 80s and he was at Miami, all of this would be been swept under the rug and he would have been a first round pick based on his measurable and production.

Judging by what we see from Miami, if he had attended there now this would have been swept under the rug. It's too bad he didn't go to Auburn, so he could get paid.

Originally posted by m_brockalexander:
Before the Combine and Pro Days, I would have said Jarvis Jones.

Now, I think it will be Eric Fisher, OT. He looks like he will be a dominant o lineman for years to come.

YEP
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Kenny Vacarro if used right, he's the next Polumalu.
Sheldon Richardson
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Eddy Lacy. Book it.
Originally posted by TX9R:
Kenny Vacarro if used right, he's the next Polumalu.

That's a tough comparison to live up to.
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Keenan Allen
Dee Milliner immediately came to mind when I saw the thread title. On offense I'll pick Geno Smith.
Phillip Thomas

Cant teach ball skills...that dude has plenty of it. Classic centerfielder.