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    With The 19th Pick in the 2013 NFL Draft

    The New York Giants select

    This guy is everything Reese looks for in DEs but in a LB! after watching this video there was no doubt in my mind who I wanted anymore.

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    Id rather have a DE or CB but I wouldnt hate it. Like it better than a split time RB thats for sure

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    Quote Originally Posted by Redeyejedi View Post
    Id rather have a DE or CB but I wouldnt hate it. Like it better than a split time RB thats for sure
    My thinking for DE is Devin Taylor in the 3rd. He's Big, a good Run defender, and he can still add more weight to his 6'8 frame and play at 275-280 and still be athletic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GoDeep80 View Post
    My thinking for DE is Devin Taylor in the 3rd. He's Big, a good Run defender, and he can still add more weight to his 6'8 frame and play at 275-280 and still be athletic.
    Im not really sure about Taylor I like a couple other 2nd tier guys better. He is rather upright and stiff and unlike Ansah who doesnt have a lot of bend he doesnt play with the same strength in his base or have active enough hands
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    Quote Originally Posted by Redeyejedi View Post
    Im not really sure about Taylor I like a couple other 2nd tier guys better. He is rather upright and stiff and unlike Ansah who doesnt have a lot of bend he doesnt play with the same strength in his base or have active enough hands
    Hes got oodles of potential though.. Lets not forget, this guy is like 2nd all time in TFL at S.Carolina, and has length to bat balls down, and is fairly athletic, as u seen when he was chasing a RB down from like 15yrds away from him, or when i think Alex Carder bootlegged and he bit, but still managed to change direction and fly back the other way and get the QB for a loss or next to no gain.. Very intriguing player indeed, if u ask me.. Being at S.Carolina, its gonna be hard to not be overshadowed by Clowney and other stout defenders on that team, but he did pretty well, and put up solid seasons while there.. I think he'd be a solid fit opposite JPP.. I love having length in my DE's, ala Mike Strahan and JPP..

    To be honest, Devin Taylor reminds me a very little of Michael Strahan.. I said a very little!!!lol


    Hes made plays from his first snap at S.Carolina, when he forced a fumble(seems to have a knack for), he also has returned multiple INTs for TDs, and Blocked a Punt while there, he lead the team in Passes defensed in 2010, and QB hurries, and has always made a ton of plays against the run, as u can see with his solid tackle totals.. Hes been a really diverse playmaker for S.Carolina, and has showed he can impact a game in many diffrent ways..
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    Quote Originally Posted by nycsportzfan View Post
    Hes got oodles of potential though.. Lets not forget, this guy is like 2nd all time in TFL at S.Carolina, and has length to bat balls down, and is fairly athletic, as u seen when he was chasing a RB down from like 15yrds away from him, or when i think Alex Carder bootlegged and he bit, but still managed to change direction and fly back the other way and get the QB for a loss or next to no gain.. Very intriguing player indeed, if u ask me.. Being at S.Carolina, its gonna be hard to not be overshadowed by Clowney and other stout defenders on that team, but he did pretty well, and put up solid seasons while there.. I think he'd be a solid fit opposite JPP.. I love having length in my DE's, ala Mike Strahan and JPP..

    To be honest, Devin Taylor reminds me a very little of Michael Strahan.. I said a very little!!!lol


    Hes made plays from his first snap at S.Carolina, when he forced a fumble(seems to have a knack for), he also has returned multiple INTs for TDs, and Blocked a Punt while there, he lead the team in Passes defensed in 2010, and QB hurries, and has always made a ton of plays against the run, as u can see with his solid tackle totals.. Hes been a really diverse playmaker for S.Carolina, and has showed he can impact a game in many diffrent ways..
    Its not really being over shadowed its how he plays.
    He looks like a tweener to me. Someone who isnt Flexible or quick enough to play 4-3 DE and doesnt play with the base of a 3-4 end. It depends on the round for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GoDeep80 View Post
    My thinking for DE is Devin Taylor in the 3rd. He's Big, a good Run defender, and he can still add more weight to his 6'8 frame and play at 275-280 and still be athletic.
    That's not a bad choice. I think he's a potential sleeper that could fall to the 4th round. He is very big and very athletic but unless he wows scouts at the combine he will not be considered a top 15 DE and could be had later with great potential. He has played with some great defensive talent at SC too. You may be seeing him in my next mock...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Redeyejedi View Post
    Id rather have a DE or CB but I wouldnt hate it. Like it better than a split time RB thats for sure
    lol

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    Yes.. I want Ogletree.. please
    (1)Aaron Donald, DT Pittsburgh - (2)Allen Robinson, WR Penn State - (3)Jack Mewhort, T Ohio State
    (4)Arthur Lynch, TE Georgia - (5a)Tyler Gaffney, RB Stanford - (5b)Tre Boston, S North Carolina
    (6)Russell Bodine, C/G North Carolina

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    Quote Originally Posted by Carter.525 View Post
    Yes.. I want Ogletree.. please
    I'm all for Ogletree, but there are some guys on the offensive line that might be too talented to pass up.

    Either way, I think the Giants are sitting at a very nice spot in terms of talent.
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