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    would rather have miguel maysonet in the later rounds,,,talk about value.

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    Beautiful! Love the idea! Just imagine how epic that could be!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sean Montemayor View Post
    Beautiful! Love the idea! Just imagine how epic that could be!
    I have seen this kid play in person and let me tell you,,don't let the fact that he played at a small school fool you,,,many scouts have been unexpectedly wowed by this kid,,,,he would look darn good in Gmen blue. nice sig.

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    I'm not a huge fan of spending 2 first round picks in back to back years on the same position.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ELI_HOF_NYG View Post
    would rather have miguel maysonet in the later rounds,,,talk about value.
    Wish I had more games of him. His change of direction skills and Burst is pretty good. Doesnt have long speed but acceleration is more important and thats there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Redeyejedi View Post
    Wish I had more games of him. His change of direction skills and Burst is pretty good. Doesnt have long speed but acceleration is more important and thats there.
    and he runs hard,,not afraid to go get it. I dont believe he caught many balls out of the backfield but then I also don't know if he was asked to do it or if it even was a big part of their offense. I saw him a few times, my cousin goes to stony, definitely worth a later round look. he did have some long TD runs in college,,sneaky fast but not david wilson. check him out against Syracuse last year.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tommy_Ribs View Post
    Eddie Lacey, RB Alabama?

    It won;t happen, but how great would it be to have Eli handing off to tandem of David Wilson and Eddie Lacey for the next few years.

    I think the Steelers will grab Lacey in the first round, but this guy would be a favorite if we could get him.

    Oh well, it's nice to dream.

    Also any thoughts on a RB in 3 or 4? Who do you guys like since that is more realistic?
    If you ask me I think we don't have the " luxury " of burning a 3 rd or 4 th pick on a RB.

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    Quote Originally Posted by G-Men Surg. View Post
    If you ask me I think we don't have the " luxury " of burning a 3 rd or 4 th pick on a RB.
    no,,but 5th on depending on who it is and what they offer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Toadofsteel View Post
    Upgrade OL first, then defense. Our least worries are RB, QB, and WR...
    Agree.

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    Quote Originally Posted by G-Men Surg. View Post
    Agree.
    I am more apt to say LB(depending on who is there) or DE/DT, same scenario as LB,,,OL can be addressed from with in, or with cheap, serviceable FA's, and later rounds in the draft,,now if an absolute stud falls to us,,absolutely, but I think there is OL value in the later rounds, with less money to commit.

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