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    Jordan's actually pretty interesting. Oregon's had him play press bail on a TE on occasion like a CB. I think he's better off for a 34 team where he has more opportunity to fly around.

    And I'm probably highest on Okafor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by slipknottin View Post
    Jordan possibly.

    Ansah has almost more certain upside.

    Montgomery, imo, is pretty maxed out physically, can add another 10 pounds or so. But I dont think he has vast untapped potential like the other two.
    Who do u think has more upside outta these players Slip.. Eric Reid, Alec Ogletree, or Bennie Logan?

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    Quote Originally Posted by nycsportzfan View Post
    Who do u think has more upside outta these players Slip.. Eric Reid, Alec Ogletree, or Bennie Logan?
    I have not watched much of Bennie Logan. But ogletree > Reid by a lot

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    Im starting to wonder about the LSU coaches. The way Brockers looks now compared to what he looked like at LSU are completely different players.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nycsportzfan View Post
    Who do u think has more upside outta these players Slip.. Eric Reid, Alec Ogletree, or Bennie Logan?
    Im going to put up an Ogletree vid vs Nebraska today

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    Quote Originally Posted by slipknottin View Post
    I have not watched much of Bennie Logan. But ogletree > Reid by a lot
    Ya, i am a Ogletree guy in this one as well.. Reid is something though.. I think he started bad this yr, kinda soured people, but hes been playing really well for the most part since.. Eric Reid may sneak into RD 1.. I know Bennie Logan was a guy people had as a 1st if he came out next yr.. Its funny how Logan will go in RD2 this yr, but isn't a team who drafts him then, kinda getting a 1st rder, a yr early??lol Obviously, he could bust, but i'm just saying... Logan reminds me of Drake Nevis , albeit, he didn't create as much havoc as Nevis when Nevis was at LSU, he has a similar bulldog body type, but strength none the less, and i would think would be best in a rotation, which we do like to use... I woulden't mind giving logan a looksy in RD 2 if hes on the board...

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    Quote Originally Posted by slipknottin View Post
    Jordan possibly.

    Ansah has almost more certain upside.

    Montgomery, imo, is pretty maxed out physically, can add another 10 pounds or so. But I dont think he has vast untapped potential like the other two.
    U see Jordan on Offense on that 2 point conversion. He looks natural with the ball in his hands. The guy that runs the Seahawks draft website thinks he looks like a Tight End. He was recruited to Oregon as a WR, plus he almost got killed by a vacuum cleaner

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    Quote Originally Posted by Redeyejedi View Post
    Im starting to wonder about the LSU coaches. The way Brockers looks now compared to what he looked like at LSU are completely different players.
    2 much talent on one side of the ball for all of em 2 shine all the time...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Redeyejedi View Post
    Im starting to wonder about the LSU coaches. The way Brockers looks now compared to what he looked like at LSU are completely different players.
    LSU is fairly notorious for putting out trap dlinemen and linebackers. They look great in the SEC but disappear in the NFL.

    They do make great DBs though

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    Sam Montgomery hasn't shown me squat! Dion is only 240 lbs so Ansah would be the clear choice.

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