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    I really think Barr drops out of the top 15/20

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    Quote Originally Posted by ELIte4MVP View Post
    I really think Barr drops out of the top 15/20
    +1 really could see this

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    Quote Originally Posted by NYGfanSTRICK View Post
    +1 really could see this
    that's a 10-4

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    Quote Originally Posted by ELIte4MVP View Post
    I really think Barr drops out of the top 15/20
    Mack goes early and I don't see TN passing him at 11. I could even see Detroit taking him at the 10 spot. Also, Pitt at 15 doesn't have anyone besides Jones since Worilds has yet to resign. I'd be ecstatic w him at 12, tons of potential, can easily switch to the 4-3, runs a 4.44, and only played defense for 2 years, imagine him in 2 more. Also has room to build his frame, sounded like a great kid in his interviews, what's not to like?
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    Quote Originally Posted by TAILGATIN' View Post
    Mack goes early and I don't see TN passing him at 11. I could even see Detroit taking him at the 10 spot. Also, Pitt at 15 doesn't have anyone besides Jones since Worilds has yet to resign. I'd be ecstatic w him at 12, tons of potential, can easily switch to the 4-3, runs a 4.44, and only played defense for 2 years, imagine him in 2 more. Also has room to build his frame, sounded like a great kid in his interviews, what's not to like?
    I always thought of him as more of a 3-4 guy. I haven't seen him in coverage a whole lot in his tape. He is new to defense so there is room to grow. Good athlete who can rush the passer as well. I don't want Sintim 2.0 though so that worries me a bit but good talent no doubt

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    Quote Originally Posted by NYGfanSTRICK View Post
    I always thought of him as more of a 3-4 guy.
    You're not alone in that, but these athletic guys out of college make the change to 4-3 every year. The dude is more than fast enough to drop into coverage. We've needed a good LB crew for a while now. I love Beason, but he'll be 30 this year. Dont get me wrong, Id be good with Evans, Ebron, and Donald here too, but I think Barr is gonna be a great LB.

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    Blake Bortles or Eric Ebron.

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