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Desmond Trufant

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He's definitely worth a look based on his brothers career in Seattle. I would strongly consider taking him in the 3rd round.

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I'd like to pick him up in the third as well but I think Grigson would have to move up. He looks like he will go early third but aye the combine could change everything :P

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He's definitely worth a look based on his brothers career in Seattle. I would strongly consider taking him in the 3rd round.

Pass Rusher seems to be a more urgent need than CB. 

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He's definitely worth a look based on his brothers career in Seattle. I would strongly consider taking him in the 3rd round.

Pass Rusher seems to be a more urgent need than CB. 

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Eww. He isn't worth a third at all.

And you're basing this off of his brother's career? Not smart.

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He's definitely worth a look based on his brothers career in Seattle. I would strongly consider taking him in the 3rd round.
 

He is known as a good cover man, but a shoddy borderline scary tackler. If you go to youtube and gather up clips of different games he played you will see he is not a great tackler. I saw several occasions in which he was almost avoiding the contact. I thought less of him afterwards. I'm not sure if I like him over other prospects. I'd love to pair Xavier Rhodes with Vontae Davis, but I'm not sure if he would be there by the time we pick. In all likelihood he would be the best player on the board at that time, and I could see us taking him. Teams almost always take the best player on the board if the position they were targeting is not available with the pick.

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