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  • #16
    Re: Draft prospects you hate?

    Other than Burfict, Brown and Jefferey already mentioned.

    Was never high on Iloka like others here.

    Don't care for Jerel Worthy.

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    • #17
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      [quote user="nevada11"]allen aint even the best TE on his own team. ford is better[/quote]I don't know about all this. Allen > Ford and it's not even really close. Brandon Ford has potential at TE, but he's not on Dwayne Allen's level.

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      • #18
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        [quote user="Neverend"]im personally starting turn around on dwayne allen. just finished watching his oustanding 4th qtr against wake forest. poor mans jermichael finley as a receiver imho[/quote]Not to take anything away from Allen but DeAndre Hopkins and Sammy Watkins really opened things up for him. Dwayne Allen is a great TE though and has got some really good hands as well.

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        • #19
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          [quote user="nevada11"]that everyone loves

          Nick perry - one trick pony

          kalil - average run blocker. NOT a lock as a prennial pro bowler

          thompson - I've never seen him dominate a game?

          barron - overrated

          hightower - STOP MOCKING HIM TO THE GIANTS!!

          I'm not saying these players will bust.. just sayin.. i dislike em compared to others[/quote]

          Hahaha.. Yeah, the 2 leaders and leading tacklers of what many considered one of the greatest defenses of all time are overrated.

          In Barron's first year as a starter he ranked 8th in the country in INTs and 6th in passes defended. He was 2nd on a team loaded with future NFL players in tackles (led the team his jr year I think). He ranked 5th in school history in INT return yards. He was a 5 star out of high school as an athlete. Many thought he could have been an All Star at RB or WR as well.

          I'm guessing you've never watched Alabama play and just randomly picked these guys. I watch any SEC game I can find and both of these guys jump off the screen. Just say you don't like them, calling Barron overrated at this point in his career is full ******. Maybe he's a bust in the NFL, but he's ranked exactly where he should be. And I'll mock whoever the f*ck I want to to the Giants.

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          • #20
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            [quote user="nevada11"]allen aint even the best TE on his own team. ford is better[/quote]

            I guess Clemson just likes a challenge then because Allen started ahead of him. Either way, why does that matter? Ford is not in this draft, Allen is.

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            • #21
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              The thing with Hightower is that I don't think Reese will have much interest in him at #32 unless he's confident in his ability to play with his hand in the dirt and rush the passer as well. Just don't see the value there for an ILB with concerns against the passing game at the NFL level. That said, he has a bright future if the right team drafts him.

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              • #22
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                Hightower is not a first round talent in my view. If he's still there at #64 then maybe.

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                • #23
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                  What's wrong with Lamar Miller? Id rather have him than david Wilson or doug martin. Miller can be one of those backs that strike fear into opposing defenses with his elite burst. Martin looks like another Bradshaw to me, which is good but not what I think we need.

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                  • #24
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                    [quote user="TheEnigma"]The thing with Hightower is that I don't think Reese will have much interest in him at #32 unless he's confident in his ability to play with his hand in the dirt and rush the passer as well. Just don't see the value there for an ILB with concerns against the passing game at the NFL level. That said, he has a bright future if the right team drafts him.[/quote]

                    I can definitely see the Giants not thinking he's a safe pick for a 4-3. He can play with his hand in the ground from what I've seen, but my guess is that he'll end up in a 3-4 system where he's probably a better fit.

                    As for not being a first round talent, I doubt it, bu MAYBE he wont' go in the first, but no way he goes beyond the very early part of the 2nd. My guess is the people that knock his talents are people that didn't watch him play much this year. He was the captain, play caller and lead tackler for the #1 defense in the country. On a team that consistently gets the top recruiting classes he has started from day one.

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                    • #25
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                      [quote user="quan the don"]What's wrong with Lamar Miller? Id rather have him than david Wilson or doug martin. Miller can be one of those backs that strike fear into opposing defenses with his elite burst. Martin looks like another Bradshaw to me, which is good but not what I think we need.[/quote]I think the better Giants RB comparison would be Tiki honestly. Bradshaw has never been a serious threat with screens or in the receiving game. I like Martin's versatility and I think if he was to pan out, the opposing defense really would never know what to expect from him on most plays.

                      But, I seriously doubt we draft a RB in the early rounds anyhow so it's probably futile to discuss guys in the 1st to 3rd.

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