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mine is d'haquille "duke" williams in the 7th. big talented wr, but his off-the-field issues dramatically drops him to 7th-FA




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All Rush OLB's probably in 7th rd or UDFA's


Alex McCallister - Florida, he's fast, long arms, 6'6" 245# freak athlete.

Dadi Nichols - VT, same as above but a little lighter.

Trevon Young - Louisville, tall, athletic, good skills, broke hip in bowl game.



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Marquez North, wide receiver from Tennessee. He made some really impressive plays as a freshman and was talked about highly along with Boyd and Treadwell but was constantly nicked up and didn't play much last year or this one. If he was available in the 5th or later, he might be a good investment.

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On February 2, 2016 at 5:20 PM, Defjamz26 said:

Deion Jones, LB LSU


A 1 year starter who came outta nowhere. Made a lot of buzz at the Senior Bowl. Mayock loved him. Could play ILB or Will in a 4-3.


8 hours ago, SevaColt said:

Kenyan Drake, RB, Alabama .6-1 210 Highly recruited low mileage. Broke  left leg 5th game 2014.

Both are good players neither will be there in the 7th.


I am looking at some of these smaller school guys.

Luke Rhodes ILB William & Mary

Clay Debord OT E. Washington

James Cowser OLB S. Utah

Deiondre Hall CB N Iowa

Robert Booker G/C Missouri St

Victor Ochi OLB Stony Brook 

Connor Underwood OLB ISU

DyShawn Mosley RB E. Kentucky 

LeShaun Smith CB S Utah 





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On 2/13/2016 at 5:09 AM, esmort said:


Between the thread title and the OP's first post,  as well as the other posts the question being asked (and reason for the thread) is obvious. 

the OP wasn't particularly clear, and they meant flier, instead of flyer.  that actually tripped me up for a second, but i dont watch college or talk about late round picks much



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