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    Top 5s for 2014

    Now that the draft is over, lets look toward 2014. Who are you top 5 for each position?

    Let's see how this changes from now and a year from now.

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    Well, thats difficult to do this early, but i got a kid i like alot and its Ryan Shazior LB Ohio st.. Hes alittle undersized, but cat like quickness, instinctive, and would bring some nessecary team speed to the defense..

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    Quote Originally Posted by nycsportzfan View Post
    Well, thats difficult to do this early, but i got a kid i like alot and its Ryan Shazior LB Ohio st.. Hes alittle undersized, but cat like quickness, instinctive, and would bring some nessecary team speed to the defense..
    How do you think Mike Evans (wr a&m) stacks up against lee and watkins. Similarly, charles sims vs kadeem carey vs deanthony thomas? Then theres all the LTs. Should be a great offensive draft at the top end next year, no?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Imgrate View Post
    How do you think Mike Evans (wr a&m) stacks up against lee and watkins. Similarly, charles sims vs kadeem carey vs deanthony thomas? Then theres all the LTs. Should be a great offensive draft at the top end next year, no?
    I gotta start doing my research, but Kadeem Carey is much more a compactly build RB then Deanthony Thomas, and seems like a guy who can run between the tackles alot more then Thomas on the NFL level, and handle more of a workload.. Thomas could be a dangerous 3rd down back, capable of change of pace, and catching the football outta the backfield and is kinda next yrs Percy Harvin/Tavon Austin type.. Kadeem Carey reminds me some of Jonathan Franklin...

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    Clowney
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    Bridgewater
    Lewan
    Marqise Lee

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    Of Course, Jaquain Williams could end that, with a big yr... CJ Mosley, the inside/outside LB from Bama is a personal fave of many, and i like alot, even for this past yr, had he come out.. Scott Chriton DE Oregon St is a kid i like alot.. I'll wait to do a top 5 for awhile... Louchiez Purifoy CB FLA is another interesting prospect..

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    Clowny/Bridgewater will battle for #1 all year.
    NFL Fantasy Football Lineup:

    QB - Michael Vick
    RB - Adrian Peterson
    RB - Ray Rice
    WR- Josh Gordon
    WR- Justin Blackmon
    TE - Aaron Hernandez
    RB/WR- Le'Veon Bell
    K - Matt Prater
    D/ST - 49ers

    Owner - Jim Irsay
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheAnalyst View Post
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    Clowny/Bridgewater will battle for #1 all year.
    Its not even close talent wise. But need for QB will probably trump.

    Its a shame though, because Clowney is the best defensive prospect ever.

    Tuitt another DE who can go top 5.

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    Quote Originally Posted by slipknottin View Post
    Its not even close talent wise. But need for QB will probably trump.

    Its a shame though, because Clowney is the best defensive prospect ever.

    Tuitt another DE who can go top 5.
    Lets pump the breaks on that a bit....Julius peppers and Mario Williams were every bit (if not more) the freaks that Clowney is. Peppers led the nation in sacks with 15 as a sophomore and Williams was picked ahead of what a lot of people considered to be the next gayle sayers (Reggie bush).

    In terms of classics you also have guys like Derrick Thomas (27 sacks in a season, 52 for a career), Bruce smith (22 sacks as a junior), reggie white (still holds the Tennessee record for sacks in a game, season and career) and LT who was about as animalist and physically gifted player that the NFL has ever seen...Clowney has a long, long way to go before matching any of those guys.

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    Quote Originally Posted by juice33s View Post
    Lets pump the breaks on that a bit....Julius peppers and Mario Williams were every bit (if not more) the freaks that Clowney is. Peppers led the nation in sacks with 15 as a sophomore and Williams was picked ahead of what a lot of people considered to be the next gayle sayers (Reggie bush).

    In terms of classics you also have guys like Derrick Thomas (27 sacks in a season, 52 for a career), Bruce smith (22 sacks as a junior), reggie white (still holds the Tennessee record for sacks in a game, season and career) and LT who was about as animalist and physically gifted player that the NFL has ever seen...Clowney has a long, long way to go before matching any of those guys.
    Im telling you, Clowney is a better prospect than any of them.

    Assuming Clowney stays healthy, hes going to have 30+ sacks this season.

    And as freaky as Mario and Peppers are, they arent as freaky as clowney. Clowney is going to come in at 280 pounds and run a 4.5 something.

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