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    Quote Originally Posted by EliIsTheBaas View Post
    Wouldn't doubt it. He's a much safer pick than someone like Kouandjio or even Robinson. Steady, steady player.
    definitely not as high of a ceiling as robinson, but it sure as hell is tempting to take a guy who you know will be consistently solid for you for years, which i feel martin is

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    Quote Originally Posted by ELIte4MVP View Post
    definitely not as high of a ceiling as robinson, but it sure as hell is tempting to take a guy who you know will be consistently solid for you for years, which i feel martin is
    Nor kouandjio for that matter, but right now he is the more polished player. It'll be interesting to see how it shakes up for sure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlueSanta View Post
    Charles Sims, RB from WVU, a guy who I was interested in seeing this week measured 8 1/4 inch hands. That is undraftable for a lot of NFL teams.
    Interesting - he reminded me a little bit of Matt Forte on tape.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ELIte4MVP View Post
    i was watching the practice on nfl network yesterday, and mayock said that he thinks Zack Martin is a Day 1 starting LT. High praise. I wonder if he would shoot up boards to the top 15
    And he also said and if you don't need him at LT -- you move him inside and you have an all-pro guard.

    Would love Martin via a trade back scenario but that might not happen --- not sure I'd love picking him at #12 (if we go lineman) over a T-Lewan (for ex.).

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheAnalyst View Post
    Im hearing a lot of Timmy Jernigan to the Bears now.
    Well Jernigan is a very strong run defender. FSU 2 gaps a lot so statistically he doesnt have the numbers of the other DT's but I think physically he translates very well as an interior pass rusher

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    RaShede Hageman weighing in at 318lbs and being noted as being "Well put together" is gonna help his stock..

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    Quote Originally Posted by NYGfanSTRICK View Post
    Players that I am interested in seeing from the North:

    Marqueston Huff CB Wyoming (He was a safety but is making the transition to CB. He is a hard hitting guy so that is interesting to have a CB who can bring a big hit)

    Stanley Jean-Baptiste CB Nebraska (Tall CB who had drawn comparisons to Brandon Browner but is not as physical a player. Also no PED's for Jean-Baptiste lol)

    Cyril Richardson OG Baylor (He is a beast but has been getting beat by Aaron Donald... but I mean who hasn't Donald gotten the best of?)

    Weston Richburg C Colorado St (Interesting Center prospect coming from a relatively small school but has been a monster run blocking)

    Zack Martin OT/OG Norte Dame (He has played OT but many think that he will be better suited at OG in the NFL. He is a very solid player)

    Jeff Janis WR Saginaw Valley St ("White Lightning" is an interesting player IMO he is 6'3 maybe taller and runs an alleged 4.3. He is raw but could be a nice mid-late round WR pick)

    C.J Fiedorowicz TE Iowa (He is perfect for our system I think. He is a huge guy who can block very well and has soft hands in the receiving game)

    Aaron Donald DT Pittsburgh (The dude is a straight beast. A little smaller than you would like out of a DT but his tape speaks for itself)

    Other guys I am going to be watching are: Deon Bucannon S Washinton St, Charles Sims RB West Virginia, David Fluellen RB Toledo, Christian Kirksey OLB Iowa, Marcus Smith DE Louisville, Kareem Martin DE UNC, Will Clarke DE West Virginia, Pierre Desir CB Lindenwood
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    Players I am interested from the South:

    Keith McGill CB Utah (Big CB 6'3, I am interested to see what he can do because I have not seen a lot of tape of him)

    Kyle Van Noy OLB BYU (He is an interesting player. I haven't been able to see a whole lot of him but everything that I have seen I have liked of him)

    Antonio Andrews RB Western Kentucky (Mid-late round RB who can return kicks as well. He really did it all for his team in college)

    Aaron Colvin CB Oklahoma (I liked a lot of the stuff he did last year but I have not gotten the chance to see much of him this year. Another big CB 6ft tall)

    *Walt Aikens CB Liberty (He is a sleeper that I have heard good things about. He is 6'1 and is a former BBall player. I have seen a dunk contest that he is in and was impressed with his athleticism. I am interested to see what he can do vs D1 talent)

    Telvin Smith OLB Florida St (A player that I really like. He is lighter than you would want from an OLB but he is very fast for a LB. He could be a guy who you could place on TE's and be able to stay with them because of his speed)

    Jordan Tripp OLB Montana (Kind of a sleeper LB... I have not seen much of him but everything I have read makes him sound really solid. I am excited to see what he can do)

    Gabe Jackson OG Mississippi St (He is a huge guy and really would be able to open some nice holes in the running game)

    Gabe Ikard C Oklahoma (He played really well in the East-West Shrine Game besides one hold when he got a little carried away. I am looking forward to seeing what he can do against a bit better competition at the Senior Bowl)

    Billy Turner OT North Dakota St (I have watched NDSU play quite a bit and this dude was an absolute beast whenever I watched. He was a blowing people back multiple yards in the running game.. I am curious if he could play some OG because I think he would be a nice mid round pick although lately I have seen him soaring up boards)

    Marcel Jensen TE Fresno St (Big guy who can block well but wasn't really utilized much in the passing game this year at Fresno St because of their spread offense. I want to see what he can do with a chance to make some catches)

    Jordan Matthews WR Vanderbilt (He is a very solid WR who has slid down into the 2nd round in a lot of the projections that I have seen lately. I think he would be a very good pick in the 2nd if he were available)

    Other guys I am going to be watching are: Cody Hoffman WR BYU, Christian Jones LB Florida St, Chris Davis CB Auburn, Jimmy Garoppolo QB Eastern Illinois, Dee Ford OLB/DE Auburn, Travis Swanson C Arkansas, Arthur Lynch TE Georgia, Will Sutton DT Arizona St, Caraun Reid DT Princeton
    I like Joran Tripp alot. Had em as a sleeper early on in the season when he was ranked as a 6th-7th rd prospect, and now CBSsports has em as a 3rd/4th rd prospect. Hes got the size to hold up as a 3 down LB and isn't reglegated to only being a downhill thumper. He can cover some as well.

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    Heres a writeup on Aaron Donalds weigh in from Walts site...



    Pitt defensive tackle Aaron Donald (6-0, 288) has a some serious muscle in his chest and arms. He has a huge upper body, and scouts were talking about how he looked stout. Unfortunately, Donald is probably maxed out in terms of weight. He still is very strong for his size and looks like he spends a lot of time in the weight room.

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    Andddd Aaron Colvin tears his ACL at the Senior Bowl. WOW

    http://collegefootballtalk.nbcsports...t-senior-bowl/
    SuperMario82 on old GMB

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kovalchuk71 View Post
    Andddd Aaron Colvin tears his ACL at the Senior Bowl. WOW

    http://collegefootballtalk.nbcsports...t-senior-bowl/
    Thats terrible! Sucks so bad for him, and now i gotta change my 7rd mock i'm working on on "draftsite".. I had em going in the 3rd rd to the Chicago Bears.. Poor kid!

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