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  1. Can't even remember all the trades in this one! Round 2 Pick 20 (MINN): Cornellius Carradine, DE, Florida State (B-) Round 2 Pick 26 (DEN): Arthur Brown, OLB, Kansas State (A) Round 3 Pick 18 (DAL): Sylvester Williams, DT, North Carolina (A) Round 3 Pick 21 (MINN): Justin Pugh, OG, Syracuse (C+) Round 3 Pick 28 (DEN): B.W. Webb, CB, William & Mary (A-) Round 4 Pick 9 (NYJ): Stedman Bailey, WR, West Virginia © Round 4 Pick 17 (DAL): D.J. Swearinger, FS, South Carolina (A-) Round 4 Pick 23 (MINN): Christine Michael, RB, Texas A&M (A) Round 4 Pick 24: Montori Hughes, DT, Tennesse
  2. Not huge on Damontre Moore but I do really like that. Really like Josh Evans, McFadden and Winters.
  3. We did have meetings/visits with Luck, Hilton and Harnish last year, though.
  4. Don't agree. Rhodes shows some tight hips, Trufant is more fluid to me, and Trufant has better closing speed.
  5. I love Trufant as a prospect, think he has great man coverage skills, can press and jam receivers at the line, has fantastic closing speed to make plays, shows competitiveness - isn't a ballhawk but he's definitely a better athlete than Rhodes is. As for the most experts thing, who is saying that it isn't even close?!
  6. No way would I touch Okafor, Rhodes or Warford before Trufant, no way.
  7. At 24? Really disagree, he's my 2nd corner in this class, think he's great and fits this scheme perfectly.
  8. if the opportunity arose - draft DJ Fluker? My thought process is that Fluker is thickly built with good size to play Guard. He's better in pass protection that people give him credit for, but he is very susceptible against speed rushers so you could take him off the edge. I think that guard is still a problem area for the team, and drafting Fluker could add a good player who can play a couple of position, and also a really strong run blocker in a power run offense that Hamilton likes. Of course, this is only if Cooper and Warmack have gone, which I imagine is highly likely. I'd say OLB is
  9. Well - still learning how to do this properly so go easy on me! In all seriousness, any recommendations/suggestions are greatly appreciated.
  10. OL: Brian Winters (Kent State), Brennan Williams (North Carolina - I love this guy but an injury will see him slip), WR: Aaron Mellette (Elon), Marquess Wilson (Washington State - left over an argument with a coach though), Chris Harper (Kansas State), Aaron Dobson (Marshall) DT's: Brandon Williams (Missouri Southern), Montori Hughes (Tennessee-Martin) OLB's: Jamie Collins (Southern Miss), Trevardo Williams (Connecticut), Cornelius Washington (Georgia), Sio Moore (Connecticut), Wes Horton (USC), Quanterus Smith (Western Kentucky - again, injury will cause him to slip...may have to miss a ye
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