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    [quote user="Neverend"]Poe at 3rd overall is completely ridiculous. Way, way too raw and unproductive to be that high Poe seems like a more dynamic version of Linval Joseph, who was getting some hype before the draft going late into the first round but eventually was drafted in the middle of the second round. No way that guy should be in mccoy/suh range imo[/quote] The thing POE"s got going for him is being able to move well at that size... Theres just a monsterus market for NT's his size that can also move, with so few of em around... Therefore hes gonna go way higher then his on field production would have him going, just on pure size and ability to move..

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      [quote user="nycsportzfan"][quote user="Neverend"]Poe at 3rd overall is completely ridiculous. Way, way too raw and unproductive to be that high Poe seems like a more dynamic version of Linval Joseph, who was getting some hype before the draft going late into the first round but eventually was drafted in the middle of the second round. No way that guy should be in mccoy/suh range imo[/quote] The thing POE"s got going for him is being able to move well at that size... Theres just a monsterus market for* NT's his size that can also move, with so few of em around... Therefore hes gonna go way higher then his on field production would have him going, just on pure size and ability to move..[/quote]

      Yeah, I agree and I can see why. Drafting him in the top 10 would be pretty risky. I think its safer he goes to a team in the 20s where he can sit behind a veteran or be under a good coaching staff and organization while he develops his technique. Thats me personally.. but hes probably going to go top 12

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      • Re: A look at the 2012 NFL draft

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


        [quote user="Redeyejedi"][quote user="nycsportzfan"]*Bobbie Massie is great Value at the end of RD 3.. I'd take him! Also, Brandon Thompson is abum, in my opinion..* I'd consider Audie Cole for us if hes out there still, as well...[/quote]Its Massie so far 1. Coby Fleener TE 2. Trumaine Johnson CB/S 3. Bobby Massie OT[/quote] That would be a very nice first 3rds in my opinion..** Its actually one of the better mocks i've seen, for the prospects i'm interested in...




        Whats taking so long for the next team to pick in RD 3? They've been on Lions pick of Jared crick in RD 3 forever..




        [/quote]Its done the guy hasnt updated it yet. It took forever 88 Osweiler Broncos 89-Josh Norman, Dolphins 90-Brandon Thompson, Saints 91-Robert Turbin Steelers 92-Malik Jackson Lions 93. Lepnard Johnson Lions 94 Dwight Bentley Pats 95 Bobby Massie Giants[/quote]* Nice! Keep posting every 10picks or so, as i'm very interested in the results.. Are u going 7rds?** I enjoy putting my 2cents in...




        Bernard PIerce is still out there, but i doubt he makes it to u in RD 4..* Also,* u still got Nigel Bradham, Audie Cole, Juron Criner, Demario Davis, Dajohn Harris, Tyrone Crawford, Marvin Jones, Jarius Wright, Aj Jenkins, David Molk, Vick Ballard, Ryan Broyles(value, if gets over injury, u got a steal), and Derek Wolfe..




        my big board would be something like this(all thoguh i could be forgetting someone..




        1. Bernard Pierce RB Temple




        2. Audie Cole LB Nc State




        3. Dajohn Harris DT U.S.C




        4. Demario Davis LB Ark St




        5. Nigel Bradham LB Fla St




        6. Jarius Wright WR Ark




        7. Derek Wolfe DT Cincy




        8. Ryan Broyles WR OU




        9. Tyrone Crawford DE Boise St




        10. Aj Jenkins WR Illinois




        *

        [/quote]Im hoping to get either a RB WR or LB with the next pick

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        • Re: A look at the 2012 NFL draft

          [quote user="Neverend"][quote user="nycsportzfan"][quote user="Neverend"]Poe at 3rd overall is completely ridiculous. Way, way too raw and unproductive to be that high Poe seems like a more dynamic version of Linval Joseph, who was getting some hype before the draft going late into the first round but eventually was drafted in the middle of the second round. No way that guy should be in mccoy/suh range imo[/quote] The thing POE"s got going for him is being able to move well at that size... Theres just a monsterus market for NT's his size that can also move, with so few of em around... Therefore hes gonna go way higher then his on field production would have him going, just on pure size and ability to move..[/quote] Yeah, I agree and I can see why. Drafting him in the top 10 would be pretty risky. I think its safer he goes to a team in the 20s where he can sit behind a veteran or be under a good coaching staff and organization while he develops his technique. Thats me personally.. but hes probably going to go top 12[/quote] Oh, i totally agree.. I figured people would learn after the Tyson jackson debacle, as hes been nowhere near the 3rd overall pick good in his career, but again, guys with big mamouth size that can move are always gonna be in ridiculous demand with so few of em around... I'm happy POE is going earlier now, because it gives us a chance to have someone else really good drop down and who knows, possibly trade up to get, or someone drops right to us...

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


            [quote user="Redeyejedi"][quote user="nycsportzfan"]Bobbie Massie is great Value at the end of RD 3.. I'd take him! Also, Brandon Thompson is abum, in my opinion.. I'd consider Audie Cole for us if hes out there still, as well...[/quote]Its Massie so far 1. Coby Fleener TE 2. Trumaine Johnson CB/S 3. Bobby Massie OT[/quote] That would be a very nice first 3rds in my opinion.. Its actually one of the better mocks i've seen, for the prospects i'm interested in...




            Whats taking so long for the next team to pick in RD 3? They've been on Lions pick of Jared crick in RD 3 forever..




            [/quote]Its done the guy hasnt updated it yet. It took forever 88 Osweiler Broncos 89-Josh Norman, Dolphins 90-Brandon Thompson, Saints 91-Robert Turbin Steelers 92-Malik Jackson Lions 93. Lepnard Johnson Lions 94 Dwight Bentley Pats 95 Bobby Massie Giants[/quote] Nice! Keep posting every 10picks or so, as i'm very interested in the results.. Are u going 7rds? I enjoy putting my 2cents in...




            Bernard PIerce is still out there, but i doubt he makes it to u in RD 4.. Also, u still got Nigel Bradham, Audie Cole, Juron Criner, Demario Davis, Dajohn Harris, Tyrone Crawford, Marvin Jones, Jarius Wright, Aj Jenkins, David Molk, Vick Ballard, Ryan Broyles(value, if gets over injury, u got a steal), and Derek Wolfe..




            my big board would be something like this(all thoguh i could be forgetting someone..




            1. Bernard Pierce RB Temple




            2. Audie Cole LB Nc State




            3. Dajohn Harris DT U.S.C




            4. Demario Davis LB Ark St




            5. Nigel Bradham LB Fla St




            6. Jarius Wright WR Ark




            7. Derek Wolfe DT Cincy




            8. Ryan Broyles WR OU




            9. Tyrone Crawford DE Boise St




            10. Aj Jenkins WR Illinois




            [/quote]Im hoping to get either a RB WR or LB with the next pick[/quote] I gotta feeling your gonna go Jarius Wright.. I know ur draft ways pretty well, and he seems like a guy u would be interested in in RD 4... Just a hunch though, as he could also be off the board... I'd also have DT and DE on my radar though, with guys like ROcky Bernard being a FA, and OSI and Tuck being oldish, and it playing such a big part in the GIANTS success.. Dajohn Harris, Derek Wolfe, Tyrone Crawford are solid value in RD 4...

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            • Re: A look at the 2012 NFL draft

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


              [quote user="Redeyejedi"][quote user="nycsportzfan"]*Bobbie Massie is great Value at the end of RD 3.. I'd take him! Also, Brandon Thompson is abum, in my opinion..* I'd consider Audie Cole for us if hes out there still, as well...[/quote]Its Massie so far 1. Coby Fleener TE 2. Trumaine Johnson CB/S 3. Bobby Massie OT[/quote] That would be a very nice first 3rds in my opinion..** Its actually one of the better mocks i've seen, for the prospects i'm interested in...




              Whats taking so long for the next team to pick in RD 3? They've been on Lions pick of Jared crick in RD 3 forever..




              [/quote]Its done the guy hasnt updated it yet. It took forever 88 Osweiler Broncos 89-Josh Norman, Dolphins 90-Brandon Thompson, Saints 91-Robert Turbin Steelers 92-Malik Jackson Lions 93. Lepnard Johnson Lions 94 Dwight Bentley Pats 95 Bobby Massie Giants[/quote]* Nice! Keep posting every 10picks or so, as i'm very interested in the results.. Are u going 7rds?** I enjoy putting my 2cents in...




              Bernard PIerce is still out there, but i doubt he makes it to u in RD 4..* Also,* u still got Nigel Bradham, Audie Cole, Juron Criner, Demario Davis, Dajohn Harris, Tyrone Crawford, Marvin Jones, Jarius Wright, Aj Jenkins, David Molk, Vick Ballard, Ryan Broyles(value, if gets over injury, u got a steal), and Derek Wolfe..




              my big board would be something like this(all thoguh i could be forgetting someone..




              1. Bernard Pierce RB Temple




              2. Audie Cole LB Nc State




              3. Dajohn Harris DT U.S.C




              4. Demario Davis LB Ark St




              5. Nigel Bradham LB Fla St




              6. Jarius Wright WR Ark




              7. Derek Wolfe DT Cincy




              8. Ryan Broyles WR OU




              9. Tyrone Crawford DE Boise St




              10. Aj Jenkins WR Illinois




              *

              [/quote]Im hoping to get either a RB WR or LB with the next pick[/quote]* I gotta feeling your gonna go Jarius Wright.. I know ur draft ways pretty well, and he seems like a guy u would be interested in in RD 4...* Just a hunch though, as he could also be off the board...* I'd also have DT and DE on my radar though, with guys like ROcky Bernard being a FA, and OSI and Tuck being oldish, and it playing such a big part in the GIANTS success.. Dajohn Harris, Derek Wolfe, Tyrone Crawford are solid value in RD 4...[/quote] I wish I saw the trade offer at the end of the second round. I would of moved down ang otten the extra 4th. The one guy that does also the sleeper small school prospects Josh B. Has been trading down the whole draft. I think he has like 8 picks*from the 4-6. Wright is certainly a guy im looking at. Dajohn Harris wouldnt be a bad get either. Versatile big athletic guy.Pierce I think will be gone

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              • Re: A look at the 2012 NFL draft

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


                [quote user="Redeyejedi"][quote user="nycsportzfan"]*Bobbie Massie is great Value at the end of RD 3.. I'd take him! Also, Brandon Thompson is abum, in my opinion..* I'd consider Audie Cole for us if hes out there still, as well...[/quote]Its Massie so far 1. Coby Fleener TE 2. Trumaine Johnson CB/S 3. Bobby Massie OT[/quote] That would be a very nice first 3rds in my opinion..** Its actually one of the better mocks i've seen, for the prospects i'm interested in...




                Whats taking so long for the next team to pick in RD 3? They've been on Lions pick of Jared crick in RD 3 forever..




                [/quote]Its done the guy hasnt updated it yet. It took forever 88 Osweiler Broncos 89-Josh Norman, Dolphins 90-Brandon Thompson, Saints 91-Robert Turbin Steelers 92-Malik Jackson Lions 93. Lepnard Johnson Lions 94 Dwight Bentley Pats 95 Bobby Massie Giants[/quote]* Nice! Keep posting every 10picks or so, as i'm very interested in the results.. Are u going 7rds?** I enjoy putting my 2cents in...




                Bernard PIerce is still out there, but i doubt he makes it to u in RD 4..* Also,* u still got Nigel Bradham, Audie Cole, Juron Criner, Demario Davis, Dajohn Harris, Tyrone Crawford, Marvin Jones, Jarius Wright, Aj Jenkins, David Molk, Vick Ballard, Ryan Broyles(value, if gets over injury, u got a steal), and Derek Wolfe..




                my big board would be something like this(all thoguh i could be forgetting someone..




                1. Bernard Pierce RB Temple




                2. Audie Cole LB Nc State




                3. Dajohn Harris DT U.S.C




                4. Demario Davis LB Ark St




                5. Nigel Bradham LB Fla St




                6. Jarius Wright WR Ark




                7. Derek Wolfe DT Cincy




                8. Ryan Broyles WR OU




                9. Tyrone Crawford DE Boise St




                10. Aj Jenkins WR Illinois




                *

                [/quote]Im hoping to get either a RB WR or LB with the next pick[/quote]* I gotta feeling your gonna go Jarius Wright.. I know ur draft ways pretty well, and he seems like a guy u would be interested in in RD 4...* Just a hunch though, as he could also be off the board...* I'd also have DT and DE on my radar though, with guys like ROcky Bernard being a FA, and OSI and Tuck being oldish, and it playing such a big part in the GIANTS success.. Dajohn Harris, Derek Wolfe, Tyrone Crawford are solid value in RD 4...[/quote]Jarius Wright is my highest graded guy left but Im looking for an outside guy. Dajohn Harris is up there

                Jarius Wright
                Dajohn Harris
                Audie Cole
                Keenan Robinson
                Nigel Bradham
                James Michael Johnson

                Plenty of LB's left

                I might just take Bernard Pierce though if I get the chance because he is my highest rated RB and after him I have a drop off.

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                  After thinking about it for a little bit, I'm shocked how much sense Stephen Hill to the Broncos makes.

                  1) he's an offensive threat. They need one.
                  2) Hill comes from a run-heavy triple option offense. The Broncos run that offense.
                  3) he's a got a huge catching radius. Tebow needs one.
                  4) Hill primarily ran deep routes. The Broncos primarily throw deep routes.
                  5) the Broncos need receivers who can run block. Hill is probably the 2nd best run blocking WR in the draft.

                  There's more, but I'm on my phone, and long posts are annoying. Basically, if there's any team for whom Hill is worth a 1st round pick, IMO, its Denver.

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                    [quote user="Raptor22"]After thinking about it for a little bit, I'm shocked how much sense Stephen Hill to the Broncos makes.

                    1) he's an offensive threat. They need one.
                    2) Hill comes from a run-heavy triple option offense. The Broncos run that offense.
                    3) he's a got a huge catching radius. Tebow needs one.
                    4) Hill primarily ran deep routes. The Broncos primarily throw deep routes.
                    5) the Broncos need receivers who can run block. Hill is probably the 2nd best run blocking WR in the draft.

                    There's more, but I'm on my phone, and long posts are annoying. Basically, if there's any team for whom Hill is worth 1st round pick, IMO, its Denver.[/quote] and there other WR Demetrius Thomas came from the same offense

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                    • Re: A look at the 2012 NFL draft

                      So Cole got picked 2 picks before me. So far the Draft is

                      1. Coby Fleener TE

                      2. Trumaine Johnson CB/S

                      3. Bobby Massie OT

                      4. Dajohn Harris DT

                      When we do the 1 after FA I have an idea who these guys like now and will be able to trade around to get guys

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                        [quote user="Redeyejedi"]So Cole got picked 2 picks before me. So far the Draft is 1. Coby Fleener TE 2. Trumaine Johnson CB/S 3. Bobby Massie OT 4. Dajohn Harris DT When we do the 1 after FA I have an idea who these guys like now and will be able to trade around to get guys[/quote] Very nice draft so far my friend.. Very nice indeed.. I had Harris as my 3rd guy on my big board when your 4th rd began, so obviously i really like the pick... I'd love to see the whole 4th rd, hopefully its posted..

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                        • Re: A look at the 2012 NFL draft

                          [quote user="Redeyejedi"]So Cole got picked 2 picks before me. So far the Draft is 1. Coby Fleener TE 2. Trumaine Johnson CB/S 3. Bobby Massie OT 4. Dajohn Harris DT When we do the 1 after FA I have an idea who these guys like now and will be able to trade around to get guys[/quote] I see Ryan Broyles is still available.. I would have him ranked pretty high on my big board, as hes got great value if he lasts to end of RD 5, especially the way your drafts playing out... Tyrone Crawford would make a great future replacement for Tuck as well, if hes still on the board..

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                            [quote user="nycsportzfan"][quote user="Redeyejedi"]So Cole got picked 2 picks before me. So far the Draft is 1. Coby Fleener TE 2. Trumaine Johnson CB/S 3. Bobby Massie OT 4. Dajohn Harris DT When we do the 1 after FA I have an idea who these guys like now and will be able to trade around to get guys[/quote]* I see Ryan Broyles is still available.. I would have him ranked pretty high on my big board, as hes got great value if he lasts to end of RD 5, especially the way your drafts playing out... Tyrone Crawford would make a great future replacement for Tuck as well, if hes still on the board..[/quote]Got picked
                            5th Round pick Nigel Bradham FSU LB. Thought about James Michael Johnson but Bradham will be a demon on special teams

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                              [quote user="Redeyejedi"][quote user="nycsportzfan"][quote user="Redeyejedi"]So Cole got picked 2 picks before me. So far the Draft is 1. Coby Fleener TE 2. Trumaine Johnson CB/S 3. Bobby Massie OT 4. Dajohn Harris DT When we do the 1 after FA I have an idea who these guys like now and will be able to trade around to get guys[/quote] I see Ryan Broyles is still available.. I would have him ranked pretty high on my big board, as hes got great value if he lasts to end of RD 5, especially the way your drafts playing out... Tyrone Crawford would make a great future replacement for Tuck as well, if hes still on the board..[/quote]Got picked 5th Round pick Nigel Bradham FSU LB. Thought about James Michael Johnson but Bradham will be a demon on special teams[/quote] Nice Selection.. Maybe Danny Coale WR Va Tech, Davin Meggett RB Maryland, Vick ballard RB Miss St, Greg Childs WR Ark, Bj Cunningham WR Mich St, Terrence Ganaway RB Baylor, Jeff Fuller WR A&M, Levy Ad**** OT/G Ok St, Gerrell Robinson WR Arz St, Eric Page WR Toledo, Jordan White WR W. Mich, Asa Jackson CB Cal Poly, Ryan Steed CB Furman, Frank Alexander DE Oklahoma, Scott Solomon DE Rice for RD 6??

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                                Redeyes Draft is looking very nice so far...




                                1. Coby Fleener TE Stanford




                                2. Trumaine Johnson CB/FS Montana




                                3. Bobbie Massie OT Ole Miss




                                4. Dajohn Harris DT U.S.C




                                5. Nigel Bradham OLB Florida St

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