Originally posted by AB81Rules:
Pick 30 - WR Brandin Cooks, Oregon State
Ovr ok but if he really subpar at run-blocking then I want another guy instead.
Pick 24 - CB Kyle Fuller, Virginia Tech
Pick 29 - SS Jimmie Ward, Northern Illinois
Pick 13 - CB Keith McGill, Utah
Is he a tweener? If not, would rather go for a tweener instead, in the later rounds perhaps?
Pick 30 - WR Jared Abbrederias, Wisconsin
I do like what I see as everyone knows but his four reps on th bench shocked me. Now I am anxious about his run-blocking and press coverage escpaing ability, you aren't?
Pick 29 - ILB Andrew Jackson, Western Kentucky
According to nfl.com he seems to be a perfect fit to a 3-4 ilb. according to cbs, he is a 7th-round project, hm.
I dont hesitate to go after a LB on day 3 but I would like us to draft a good QB prospect early instead, like Murray if available here.
Pick 30 - OT Billy Turner, North Dakota State
Would be nice. could be gone earlier (?)
Rd 6 Pick 29 - QB Jeff Matthews, Cornell
Wanted to hate on this pick. But now I've read a scouting report about him on nfl.com and I like his strengths very much:
"Experienced, four-year starter. Very good arm strength
. Good decision maker
-- works through progressions
. Fine accuracy and placement
-- places the ball well. Highly intelligent, extremely determined, vocal team leader
with an intricate command of the offense. Is given a lot of pre-snap responsibility to read defenses and audible into the right play.
Three-time team captain (first in Cornell history). Outstanding football intelligence. Fiery on-field temperament
. Challenges his teammates. Good eyes, anticipation and awarenesss. Coach on the field. Is very tough and battles through injuries
. Outstanding production -- re-wrote the school's record books."
my comment: brutal
Pick 27 - FB J.C. Copeland, LSU
Pick 28 - OG Spencer Long, Nebraska
Pick 30 - DT Bruce Gaston, Purdue
my ovr grade: A-
no FS-backup, questionable run-blocking ability by both WR-prospects but these issues aren't biggies.