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    I got a great question for any of you guys. Lets say the GIANTS are picking in the 2nd round of the draft and they want to take a RB to be jacobs future replacement and these 3guys are on the board, who are u taking?? LAMAR MILLER THE U / CHRIS POLK WASH / MONTEE BALL BADGERS/ BERNARD PIERCE OWLS Now that is a tough question!



    Me personally, i really like them all but would come down to BERNARD PIERCE and MONTEE BALL. I'd eventually side with BERNARD PIERCE..

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      [quote user="thegreatone"][quote user="NCGiant23"]Hey Redeye, board,

      What do you all think of the pro potential of Tajh Boyd of Clemson (if any)? He still has a yr to go, and I doubt he leaves early, but if he keeps putting up the numbers he has thus far it's not outside the realm of possibility.
      [/quote]i love everyone on that team. boyd seems to have a lot of potential but im very wary of taking qb's with only one season under their belt albeit a very good season. he needs to stay in school another year . with all the young weapons they have i think he could improve his stock considerably.

      i think its possible griffin stays as well.
      [/quote]Just not enough film to go on yet. He has a quick release I like that. If I had to guess Id say he is more of a middle round prospect but again I just havent seen enough to be sold either way

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        Man, How good did Nick Foles look against UCLA? Jesus! Dude has a bigtime arm and can move a bit around in the pocket and throw on the run.. I haven't been his biggest fan but u can see the tools, thats for sure.. And Criner was out of this world as well. Hes kinda fell behind the other top wr's a tad because of injury's but i tell ya what, as i said last yr, hes as good as any of them..

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          I have mentioned TRUMAINE JOHNSON CB/S MONTANA as my top SMALL SCHOOL PLAYER this yr and i felt hes on Teams radars and gonna move up in mocks and he all ready is doing so.. This is from WALT FOOTBALL and its our 3rd Rd pick... They got us going

          1. Jerel Worthy DT Michigan St
          2. Travis Lewis LB Oklahoma
          3. Trumaine Johnson CB/S Montana


          U guys really need to start getting any tidbits on this Johnson guy.. He can ball! I wish i could see him live once or twice...

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            Orson Charles....Wouldn't mind taking a look at this guy in the second or third. Freak TE 6'3 230 runs 4.5 and has gotten a lot better as a blocker (should add weight as players do around combine and draft). He's pretty raw and the Giants seem to like guys like this. Very athletic.

            Reminds me of Keller meets Vernon Davis. Tons of upside and I can see him tearing it up at the combine.
            "You killed my family, and I don't like that kind of thing."

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              I've been following, as much as I can seeing I don't like college ball, a local kid that's playing DE for Boise. Tyrone Crawford.

              Ranked like 140 in 2012 draft, I should probably not get my hopes up to see him in the NFL eh?

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                [quote user="nycsportzfan"]I have mentioned TRUMAINE JOHNSON CB/S MONTANA as my top SMALL SCHOOL PLAYER this yr and i felt hes on Teams radars and gonna move up in mocks and he all ready is doing so.. This is from WALT FOOTBALL and its our 3rd Rd pick... They got us going

                1. Jerel Worthy DT Michigan St
                2. Travis Lewis LB Oklahoma
                3. Trumaine Johnson CB/S Montana


                U guys really need to start getting any tidbits on this Johnson guy.. He can ball! I wish i could see him live once or twice...
                [/quote]yeah idk anything about him. if yu get any info please share. on a side note those first 2 picks are money.

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                  [quote user="nycsportzfan"]I have mentioned TRUMAINE JOHNSON CB/S MONTANA as my top SMALL SCHOOL PLAYER this yr and i felt hes on Teams radars and gonna move up in mocks and he all ready is doing so.. This is from WALT FOOTBALL and its our 3rd Rd pick... They got us going

                  1. Jerel Worthy DT Michigan St
                  2. Travis Lewis LB Oklahoma
                  3. Trumaine Johnson CB/S Montana


                  U guys really need to start getting any tidbits on this Johnson guy.. He can ball! I wish i could see him live once or twice...
                  [/quote]I have Tenn vs Montana did he play well in that game I didnt watch it




                  I really like Minnifield but the only Virgina game I have is versus Georgia Tech and there not the best game to do cornerback videos. He only got thrown at once which he intercepted by the way

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                    I am all about the running back in Alabama....or Mathieu out of LSU would be nice too....but both of these guys are probably top 10 picks .

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                      [quote user="Redeyejedi"]

                      [quote user="nycsportzfan"]I have mentioned TRUMAINE JOHNSON CB/S MONTANA as my top SMALL SCHOOL PLAYER this yr and i felt hes on Teams radars and gonna move up in mocks and he all ready is doing so.. This is from WALT FOOTBALL and its our 3rd Rd pick... They got us going

                      1. Jerel Worthy DT Michigan St
                      2. Travis Lewis LB Oklahoma
                      3. Trumaine Johnson CB/S Montana


                      U guys really need to start getting any tidbits on this Johnson guy.. He can ball! I wish i could see him live once or twice...
                      [/quote]I have Tenn vs Montana did he play well in that game I didnt watch it




                      I really like Minnifield but the only Virgina game I have is versus Georgia Tech and there not the best game to do cornerback videos. He only got thrown at once which he intercepted by the way

                      [/quote] i forgot to post the part from WALT FOOTBALL...lol It actually tells us about his game VS Tennesee... He actually did do well enough.. 7tackle 1pass defended 1forced fumble...


                      New York Giants: Trumaine Johnson, CB/S, Montana



                      The Giants addressed the cornerback position with Prince Amukamara last
                      year, but cornerback Terrell Thomas was lost for the season and he is in
                      a contract year. Aaron Ross has had a hard time staying healthy, and
                      Amukamara broke his foot to miss the early portion of his rookie season.




                      The FCS-standout Trumaine Johnson has an excellent combination of size
                      and speed. The 6-foot-2, 197-pounder has unique physical tools and
                      consistent production. He became a starter as a true freshman and
                      recorded four interceptions. In 2009, despite missing four games,
                      Johnson had five interceptions with 12 passes broken up and 54 tackles
                      on the season. Last year, he had four interceptions with seven passes
                      defensed and 44 tackles. Johnson held his own against Tennessee in the
                      first game of the season with seven tackles, a pass broken up and a
                      forced fumble. Thus far in 2011, he has 26 tackles with 2.5 tackles for a
                      loss and six passes broken up.

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                        [quote user="nycsportzfan"][quote user="Redeyejedi"]

                        [quote user="nycsportzfan"]I have mentioned TRUMAINE JOHNSON CB/S MONTANA as my top SMALL SCHOOL PLAYER this yr and i felt hes on Teams radars and gonna move up in mocks and he all ready is doing so.. This is from WALT FOOTBALL and its our 3rd Rd pick... They got us going

                        1. Jerel Worthy DT Michigan St
                        2. Travis Lewis LB Oklahoma
                        3. Trumaine Johnson CB/S Montana


                        U guys really need to start getting any tidbits on this Johnson guy.. He can ball! I wish i could see him live once or twice...
                        [/quote]I have Tenn vs Montana did he play well in that game I didnt watch it




                        I really like Minnifield but the only Virgina game I have is versus Georgia Tech and there not the best game to do cornerback videos. He only got thrown at once which he intercepted by the way

                        [/quote] i forgot to post the part from WALT FOOTBALL...lol It actually tells us about his game VS Tennesee... He actually did do well enough.. 7tackle 1pass defended 1forced fumble...


                        New York Giants: Trumaine Johnson, CB/S, Montana



                        The Giants addressed the cornerback position with Prince Amukamara last
                        year, but cornerback Terrell Thomas was lost for the season and he is in
                        a contract year. Aaron Ross has had a hard time staying healthy, and
                        Amukamara broke his foot to miss the early portion of his rookie season.




                        The FCS-standout Trumaine Johnson has an excellent combination of size
                        and speed. The 6-foot-2, 197-pounder has unique physical tools and
                        consistent production. He became a starter as a true freshman and
                        recorded four interceptions. In 2009, despite missing four games,
                        Johnson had five interceptions with 12 passes broken up and 54 tackles
                        on the season. Last year, he had four interceptions with seven passes
                        defensed and 44 tackles. Johnson held his own against Tennessee in the
                        first game of the season with seven tackles, a pass broken up and a
                        forced fumble. Thus far in 2011, he has 26 tackles with 2.5 tackles for a
                        loss and six passes broken up.
                        [/quote]sounds like a "giants mold" cb. i like it.

                        want to give a shoutout to danny webster from ecu tomorrow he will be the focal point of the offense as lance lewis and a few other are out due to injury. he had 6 catches for 54 yards in the first half of last weeks game before getting a hip pointer.

                        funny story, his mom hired me today for a management job lol.

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                          [quote user="thegreatone"][quote user="nycsportzfan"][quote user="Redeyejedi"]

                          [quote user="nycsportzfan"]I have mentioned TRUMAINE JOHNSON CB/S MONTANA as my top SMALL SCHOOL PLAYER this yr and i felt hes on Teams radars and gonna move up in mocks and he all ready is doing so.. This is from WALT FOOTBALL and its our 3rd Rd pick... They got us going

                          1. Jerel Worthy DT Michigan St
                          2. Travis Lewis LB Oklahoma
                          3. Trumaine Johnson CB/S Montana


                          U guys really need to start getting any tidbits on this Johnson guy.. He can ball! I wish i could see him live once or twice...
                          [/quote]I have Tenn vs Montana did he play well in that game I didnt watch it




                          I really like Minnifield but the only Virgina game I have is versus Georgia Tech and there not the best game to do cornerback videos. He only got thrown at once which he intercepted by the way

                          [/quote] i forgot to post the part from WALT FOOTBALL...lol It actually tells us about his game VS Tennesee... He actually did do well enough.. 7tackle 1pass defended 1forced fumble...


                          New York Giants: Trumaine Johnson, CB/S, Montana



                          The Giants addressed the cornerback position with Prince Amukamara last
                          year, but cornerback Terrell Thomas was lost for the season and he is in
                          a contract year. Aaron Ross has had a hard time staying healthy, and
                          Amukamara broke his foot to miss the early portion of his rookie season.




                          The FCS-standout Trumaine Johnson has an excellent combination of size
                          and speed. The 6-foot-2, 197-pounder has unique physical tools and
                          consistent production. He became a starter as a true freshman and
                          recorded four interceptions. In 2009, despite missing four games,
                          Johnson had five interceptions with 12 passes broken up and 54 tackles
                          on the season. Last year, he had four interceptions with seven passes
                          defensed and 44 tackles. Johnson held his own against Tennessee in the
                          first game of the season with seven tackles, a pass broken up and a
                          forced fumble. Thus far in 2011, he has 26 tackles with 2.5 tackles for a
                          loss and six passes broken up.
                          [/quote]sounds like a "giants mold" cb. i like it.

                          want to give a shoutout to danny webster from ecu tomorrow he will be the focal point of the offense as lance lewis and a few other are out due to injury. he had 6 catches for 54 yards in the first half of last weeks game before getting a hip pointer.

                          funny story, his mom hired me today for a management job lol.
                          [/quote]congrats on the employment! I'll keep a eye on webster!

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                            i'm watching Illinois/Purdue right now... I thought i would say that Sheehasse dude is absoulutley terrible! My god!

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                              [quote user="nycsportzfan"]i'm watching Illinois/Purdue right now... I thought i would say that Sheehasse dude is absoulutley terrible! My god!
                              [/quote] Both Illinois ends are good Merciulus is having a hell of a season. Im watching Clemson UNC much better prospects in that game

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                                Who is more overrated Quinton Coples who is still being touted as a Top 10 pick even though he causes zero pressure fromhis weakside end spot or Donte Paige Moss he doesnt even start anymore. What happened to these guys there both invisible this season Kareem Martin has looked like the best end on that team.

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