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    How aggressive would you get to draft Kuechly?

    Package our first, fourth and seventh to go from #32 to #20? (if he's there at 20)

    I would do it. In hindsight, we really are losing one draft pick and it's a Seventh rounder. Comp pick was a bonus and it could give us options to move.
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    Re: How aggressive would you get to draft Kuechly?

    There is no way a 4th and a 7th moves you up 12 spots in the first.

    Its more like a 2nd and a 4th, or a 2nd and a 3rd next season.

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    Re: How aggressive would you get to draft Kuechly?

    I like Kuechly as much as the next guy but do you really think he's worth moving up for or that Reese would do that? Reese's strength is getting value with his picks...Luke is not a once in a lifetime prospect yet alone that huge of need for the Giants to squander away picks...especially the picks that would be required to move up in the first round.

    I like Kuechly but honestly...I'd be pissed if the Giants move up to take him.

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    Re: How aggressive would you get to draft Kuechly?

    [quote user="titwio"]I like Kuechly as much as the next guy but do you really think he's worth moving up for or that Reese would do that? Reese's strength is getting value with his picks...Luke is not a once in a lifetime prospect yet alone that huge of need for the Giants to squander away picks...especially the picks that would be required to move up in the first round.

    I like Kuechly but honestly...I'd be pissed if the Giants move up to take him.[/quote]

    The first time he runs down and close-lines Michael Vick, you won't be pissed.
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    Re: How aggressive would you get to draft Kuechly?

    [quote user="Shockeyitus"]The first time he runs down and close-lines Michael Vick, you won't be pissed.[/quote]

    I'd rather he picked him off but really...I don't see Reese getting good value by moving up in the 1st to get a LB...I don't think it's his style. The Giants do have a lot of young guys right now with good potential and I don't really think the move for a LB is that big of a need to give up what the Giants will have to do get him.

    My 2cents...for what it's worth.

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    Re: How aggressive would you get to draft Kuechly?

    I still want to see what Herzlich brings to the table, I think this kids gonna open some eyes. The limited time he was on the field last year he looked impressive.

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    Re: How aggressive would you get to draft Kuechly?

    Rather fix the Offensive Line. In short- I wouldn't be aggressive at all.

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