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Margus Hunt

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Looked good, 2 forced fumbles, impressive, I still think Joe Vellano is the way to go though if we have a chance in the 3rd or 4th

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I think we'll all see Hunt going on the 2nd day of the draft....

 

In other words,  2nd or 3rd round...

 

That's what it looks like in late December to me at least....

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I missed the game

Here's a sample:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=RwjK3XQEAp4

He had 3 tackles for loss, 2 sacks, 2 forced fumbles and a safety. In the first half.

He drew double and triple teams in the 2nd half.

 

 

I think we'll all see Hunt going on the 2nd day of the draft....

 

In other words,  2nd or 3rd round...

 

That's what it looks like in late December to me at least....

Yeah, I'm seeing mid-late 2nd round to mid 3rd-ish in a lot of 'amateur' mocks.

He has a lot riding on Senior Bowl week and the Combine workouts.

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Here's a sample:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=RwjK3XQEAp4

He had 3 tackles for loss, 2 sacks, 2 forced fumbles and a safety. In the first half.

He drew double and triple teams in the 2nd half.

 

 

Yeah, I'm seeing mid-late 2nd round to mid 3rd-ish in a lot of 'amateur' mocks.

He has a lot riding on Senior Bowl week and the Combine workouts.

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CBSsports has him going in the 3-4 round range

 

Walterfootball has him going in the 2nd-3rd range right now

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If he blows up at the combine (which I almost expect) I could see him squeaking into the late first round. Would love to have this guy, he's like a poor man's J.J. Watt. Not saying we should grab him in the first but a trade down into the early second round and picking up more picks could happen and I'd be for grabbing him then. If Moala comes back 100% I don't see 3/4 DE as a Major need this year.

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We are deep at DE with Redding Guy Moala Matthews and Geathers....granted we may not have Geathers come next year either way I dont think we pull the trigger until the 3rd round

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I see him going late first. He's really starting to get some hype.

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CBSsports has him going in the 3-4 round range

 

Walterfootball has him going in the 2nd-3rd range right now

 

Walterfootball was much closer in their rankings last year compared to the actual draft. Especially with defensive players.

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