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    Re: A look at the 2012 NFL draft


    Question to you redeye since your the resident expert here.

    if
    like projected the packers take Dwyane allen. and Fleener drops to 32
    would you consider him the BPA at 32. TE is of great need and i know
    allen is gone anywhere between 20-28.

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    Hey red eye how is it that yoshi hardrick isn't talked about as one of the top tackles in the draft I know he didn't start many games and his run blocking looks like it needs a bit of work but he is a mountain of a man and like you said about zebrie sanders teams are always looking for tackles. I watched every vid of him on YouTube I could find and it doesn't make sense to me.

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    Re: A look at the 2012 NFL draft

    [quote user="BluGiantPies"]Hey red eye how is it that yoshi hardrick isn't talked about as one of the top tackles in the draft I know he didn't start many games and his run blocking looks like it needs a bit of work but he is a mountain of a man and like you said about zebrie sanders teams are always looking for tackles. I watched every vid of him on YouTube I could find and it doesn't make sense to me.[/quote]Yoshi Hardwick has technique issues and doesnt have the quickest feet.Some say he is soft up top and isnt a hard worker.i have a hard time believing that reading the kids story.I think he has more to work with then some of the later round guys though.He blocks with attitude as well.



    When Hardrick was being recruited out of the small Kansas community college, he had some heavy-hitting SEC schools knocking on his door. In fact, Hardrick originally committed to LSU while at Fort Scott. A southern boy himself, Hardrick couldnít wait to get back.

    There was only one thing stopping him: Lavonte David.

    LSU didnít want David. Neither did any of the other SEC schools Hardrick talked to. It was clear that Hardrick wanted to stick with his best friend, though. He wanted them to keep playing with the playmaking linebacker. Where Yoshi ended up as a result was in the air.

    Enter Bo Pelini.

    Nebraska offered Hardrick, but before the lineman would commit, he had a single request: Offer David too. The next day, the Cornhuskers did just that.

    The rest is really history. Any fan would agree that LSUís loss is one of Nebraska greatest gains.

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    Re: A look at the 2012 NFL draft

    [quote user="rainierjef"]Question to you redeye since your the resident expert here.

    if
    like projected the packers take Dwyane allen. and Fleener drops to 32
    would you consider him the BPA at 32. TE is of great need and i know
    allen is gone anywhere between 20-28.[/quote] Not sure if he will be the absolute best player but he would be in the discussion. Fleener is a very early second round pick to me

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    Re: A look at the 2012 NFL draft

    [quote user="Redeyejedi"][quote user="BluGiantPies"]Hey red eye how is
    it that yoshi hardrick isn't talked about as one of the top tackles in
    the draft I know he didn't start many games and his run blocking looks
    like it needs a bit of work but he is a mountain of a man and like you
    said about zebrie sanders teams are always looking for tackles. I
    watched every vid of him on YouTube I could find and it doesn't make
    sense to me.[/quote]Yoshi Hardwick has technique issues and doesnt have
    the quickest feet.Some say he is soft up top and isnt a hard worker.i
    have a hard time believing that reading the kids story.I think he has
    more to work with then some of the later round guys though.He blocks
    with attitude as well.



    When Hardrick was being recruited out of the small Kansas community
    college, he had some heavy-hitting SEC schools knocking on his door. In
    fact, Hardrick originally committed to LSU while at Fort Scott. A
    southern boy himself, Hardrick couldnít wait to get back.

    There was only one thing stopping him: Lavonte David.

    LSU didnít want David. Neither did any of the other SEC schools Hardrick
    talked to. It was clear that Hardrick wanted to stick with his best
    friend, though. He wanted them to keep playing with the playmaking
    linebacker. Where Yoshi ended up as a result was in the air.

    Enter Bo Pelini.

    Nebraska offered Hardrick, but before the lineman would commit, he had a
    single request: Offer David too. The next day, the Cornhuskers did just
    that.

    The rest is really history. Any fan would agree that LSUís loss is one
    of Nebraska greatest gains.[/quote]

    Are you "huskerlocker" or are you just reposting his article?

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    Re: A look at the 2012 NFL draft

    Hey GMB draft Guru's what do you guys think about Mitchell Schwartz from Cal. I like Mike Adams, and Jonathan Martin, but if we miss out on the bigger named OT's do you think Schwartz would be a nice addition in the 2nd, maybe mid 3rd if we finagle a deal??
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    Re: A look at the 2012 NFL draft

    [quote user="critters"][quote user="Redeyejedi"][quote user="BluGiantPies"]Hey red eye how is
    it that yoshi hardrick isn't talked about as one of the top tackles in
    the draft I know he didn't start many games and his run blocking looks
    like it needs a bit of work but he is a mountain of a man and like you
    said about zebrie sanders teams are always looking for tackles. I
    watched every vid of him on YouTube I could find and it doesn't make
    sense to me.[/quote]Yoshi Hardwick has technique issues and doesnt have
    the quickest feet.Some say he is soft up top and isnt a hard worker.i
    have a hard time believing that reading the kids story.I think he has
    more to work with then some of the later round guys though.He blocks
    with attitude as well.



    When Hardrick was being recruited out of the small Kansas community
    college, he had some heavy-hitting SEC schools knocking on his door. In
    fact, Hardrick originally committed to LSU while at Fort Scott. A
    southern boy himself, Hardrick couldnít wait to get back.

    There was only one thing stopping him: Lavonte David.

    LSU didnít want David. Neither did any of the other SEC schools Hardrick
    talked to. It was clear that Hardrick wanted to stick with his best
    friend, though. He wanted them to keep playing with the playmaking
    linebacker. Where Yoshi ended up as a result was in the air.

    Enter Bo Pelini.

    Nebraska offered Hardrick, but before the lineman would commit, he had a
    single request: Offer David too. The next day, the Cornhuskers did just
    that.

    The rest is really history. Any fan would agree that LSUís loss is one
    of Nebraska greatest gains.[/quote]

    Are you "huskerlocker" or are you just reposting his article?
    [/quote]
    I reposted the bottom part thats why I separated it. I should of qouted it.Figured people would know that I didnt write that part by the writing style , guess I was wrong.Usually the same 10 people on this thread all the time.Im sure they knew. U guys should read up on him.Im rooting for him hope he does well. He needs a ton of technique work though,

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    Re: A look at the 2012 NFL draft

    Well, had I realized that was you that posted that I would have guessed you are not a husker fan named "huskerlocker" (I'm familiar with your posts)... I was thinking it was BluGiantPies. Since he seemed familiar with Hardrick and is a new poster I was thinking he could have been the same blogger. Your post didn't seem like it needed a quote to make it clear it was from an article. Sorry for the mix up.

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    Re: A look at the 2012 NFL draft

    Anyone think Bama CB Dre Kirkpatrick may play a few years at CB and then convert over to the saftey position kinda like Antrel Rolle? There's a lot to like about Kirkpatrick, I'm anxious to see how he does in the speed & agility drills at the combine.

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    I don't personally see it happening.

    Speaking of safeties and Alabama players though, I would love to see us take a shot at Mark Barron if he slides down because of his injury. He'll miss a lot of camp but his value that late would be tough to pass on.

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