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    Anyone thinking about Teo in the later rounds ?

    How far will he drop given his 40 yd. time of 4.81 secs.? Opinions ....

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    I would be doing back flips for Te'o in the 2nd.. just don't see it happening..

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    He won't drop much at all. That's what he was on tape. I still say late 1st rounder. Maybe early 2nd

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    Quote Originally Posted by slipknottin View Post
    He won't drop much at all. That's what he was on tape. I still say late 1st rounder. Maybe early 2nd
    Correct. He was a 4.8 LB on tape and thats what he showed. He going late 1st as advertised.

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    Quote Originally Posted by slipknottin View Post
    He won't drop much at all. That's what he was on tape. I still say late 1st rounder. Maybe early 2nd
    Agreed.. We all knew he wasen;t gonna test off the charts at the combine, so nothing really changed much for him, albeit maybe a few spots or something.. Someones gonna think they got great value toward end of RD1 with Him(possibly ravens) and take a shot....

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    Quote Originally Posted by mcillo View Post
    How far will he drop given his 40 yd. time of 4.81 secs.? Opinions ....
    Well he did just blame his poor 40 time on the combine stress: http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com...ombine-stress/

    I would think pro football might be more stressful than the combine.

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    Mayock rates him as the number 2 LB so I don't think they are to concerned with his 40 time. He may be there at 19 but certainly not at 38 or so
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    I would prefer Kevin Minter if he is there in the 2nd. He is fantastic on tape.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ozzie0075 View Post
    I would prefer Kevin Minter if he is there in the 2nd. He is fantastic on tape.
    Until he has to drop in coverage or turn and run...

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    Quote Originally Posted by slipknottin View Post
    Until he has to drop in coverage or turn and run...
    I'm not so worried about how good a MLB's coverage skills are... it's like asking how well can a CB rush a QB. Sure there are times where that would actually be used, but it's not the primary skill set to worry about...

    Honestly, Minter in the 2nd is my dream pick right there...

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