Vaccaro should be going around the #19 area.. I don't love the idea, nor hate it
(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
Just trying to play to the lack of (seeming) interest shown as a draft day strategy Reese might be employing (sort of like taking Wilson last year was a bit of a surprise for most of us).
The point is we don't have a desperate need at any position (even LBer from a numbers standpoint) so that leaves our first pick kind of a mystery. I know a lot of us are thinking DE in the first (I know I am) but the field is kind of wide open since they snagged all those DTs from the Eagles.
I think Vacarro is going to go higher than most people think. He is a solid man to man player with safety size. All of these teams playing multiple TE sets and using that position for mismatches makes him a solid commodity.
Personally I think the this team needs a guy that can play single high or centerfield. KP was the only guy that could do that and it made a difference when he was on the field. Reid looks like the only safety with that skill set. I think 19 is high for him but the later round safeties seem to lack the skill set.
Eric Reid please
I don't like KV. I could see potential off the field issues in the future. I like Rambo in the third, but if we did take a safety in the first I like Elam or Reid
Noway do I want to spend a first on Vaccaro. For starters I don't think our need nor the positional impact warrants our 1st pick and secondly with guys like Tony Jefferson, Baccari Rambo, Shamarko Thomas and Phillip Thomas all available much, much later in the draft it be silly.