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Oline depth Nate Davis

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19 minutes ago, Chloe6124 said:

 

I know the name, don't know as much about him as I probably should. Never hurts to add depth though!

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Earned a lot of praise at the Senior Bowl. Being talked about as a top 100 guy with comps to Shaq Mason.

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42 minutes ago, LJpalmbeacher2 said:

I'd prefer a good OT rather than a J.A.G at DT

THIS.....

 

This player seems to be more OG than OT

 

6' 3" is short for a tackle (maybe short for a guard)

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1 hour ago, MikeCurtis said:

THIS.....

 

This player seems to be more OG than OT

 

6' 3" is short for a tackle (maybe short for a guard)

 

How about a 'point' or 'shooting' guard? haha

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2 hours ago, MikeCurtis said:

THIS.....

 

This player seems to be more OG than OT

 

6' 3" is short for a tackle (maybe short for a guard)

 

Agree...not sure I get the interest. Maybe if they hadn't double-dipped on G last year...but this seems like overkill...considering Glow and Nelson are here...and Smith can always kick inside if needed.

 

I have said that I wouldn't mind an OL player at some point...but that player should be a developing OT (and one that can play LT)...not a guy that projects to be a G. Though I guess it depends on where Davis is slotted to go. Anything before the late rounds and it seems a bit much. 

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It wouldn't disappoint me. As much as I get hyped about the draft, I don't think we're gonna be getting any sure starters after our first three picks (if that, if we're lucky). So why not possibly bolster the OL with solid depth?

Not to mention, as much as I liked Glow, it was his first solid year in the league after underwhelming in Seattle. Not to mention, I'm not exactly sold on our OL depth as is.

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You almost have to count on an OL pick as one of the first 4 picks

 

Im guessing the 3rd round

 

A OT to develop

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