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#15 : February 21, 2013, 05:35:43 PM

Milliner and Banks are the only two CBs I'd draft round one. If we draft Rhodes or Trufant at 13, I'll be very disappointed.

I'd be dissapointed if we took Banks over Rhodes and I don't dislike Banks, just think Rhodes is going to be a special player.
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#16 : February 21, 2013, 05:47:37 PM

This could be fantastic news...  Just the injury needed to have him drop those extra few picks for us to grab him.  Torn labrum would be have next to no effect on a db going forward.

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#17 : February 21, 2013, 06:29:46 PM

That may cause him to drop enough for us to get him.

How cool would it be if he dropped to us in the 2nd round, kind of like Bowers?


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#18 : February 21, 2013, 06:48:25 PM

Milliner and Banks are the only two CBs I'd draft round one. If we draft Rhodes or Trufant at 13, I'll be very disappointed.

but Rhodes is better than Banks

I find that hard to believe. You got some stats to flash at us?

Besides that injury he had, banks is the best corner in this draft statistically speaking. I honestly believe the kid has revis-like potential, but has a huge bust/baller factor coming out of college.

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#19 : February 21, 2013, 07:50:04 PM

Milliner and Banks are the only two CBs I'd draft round one. If we draft Rhodes or Trufant at 13, I'll be very disappointed.

but Rhodes is better than Banks

I find that hard to believe. You got some stats to flash at us?

Besides that injury he had, banks is the best corner in this draft statistically speaking. I honestly believe the kid has revis-like potential, but has a huge bust/baller factor coming out of college.

Rhodes has major speed and quickness questions , Banks does not. Rhodes would be the riskier pick at this point.

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#20 : February 21, 2013, 08:31:33 PM

Milliner and Banks are the only two CBs I'd draft round one. If we draft Rhodes or Trufant at 13, I'll be very disappointed.

but Rhodes is better than Banks

I find that hard to believe. You got some stats to flash at us?

Besides that injury he had, banks is the best corner in this draft statistically speaking. I honestly believe the kid has revis-like potential, but has a huge bust/baller factor coming out of college.

Rhodes has major speed and quickness questions , Banks does not. Rhodes would be the riskier pick at this point.

Banks has the same speed quiestions as Rhodes. Rhodes is probably the best press man corner in this draft. Banks has more INTs but I would not dismiss Rhodes, it's kind of hard to get interceptions when teams don't throw in your direction.  :D


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#21 : February 21, 2013, 09:58:01 PM

Rhodes was coached under Mark Stoops, My Alma mater's (Kentucky) new coach, so he has that going for him. As for Banks, i watched him play throughout his college career and Everytime he impressed me. One of my favorite players in the draft.

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#22 : February 21, 2013, 10:53:25 PM

That may cause him to drop enough for us to get him.

How cool would it be if he dropped to us in the 2nd round, kind of like Bowers?



That would never happen, I doubt this whole thing even drops him to #13.  But if it does, I would take him at #13 with no hesitation.


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#23 : February 22, 2013, 12:19:08 AM

Guys have played whole seasons with torn labrums. Hardly a big deal.


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#24 : February 22, 2013, 12:22:25 AM

Guys have played whole seasons with torn labrums. Hardly a big deal.



Agree.  Not sure it affects his draft stock one bit.  He will be 100% come training camp.


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#25 : February 22, 2013, 02:25:54 AM

Guys have played whole seasons with torn labrums. Hardly a big deal.



Agree.  Not sure it affects his draft stock one bit.  He will be 100% come training camp.
When I first made this thread, I didn't think he'd be back so soon. This shouldn't hurt him at all.  The fact that he'd played with it for an extended period of time will probably help his cause.

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#26 : February 22, 2013, 02:30:03 AM

How can a male get a torn labia?    Something isn't right here.

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#27 : February 22, 2013, 03:41:34 AM

How can a male get a torn labia?    Something isn't right here.

..I think that's something you should ask your doctor Java.

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#28 : February 22, 2013, 06:23:49 AM

How can a male get a torn labia?    Something isn't right here.

You should know from experience. Is your labia still hurting from the mute?

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#29 : February 22, 2013, 07:45:28 AM

Guys have played whole seasons with torn labrums. Hardly a big deal.



Agree.  Not sure it affects his draft stock one bit.  He will be 100% come training camp.

He might slide a little bit, but I still think that I would rather have Banks over Milliner.

Just like with Barron last year, the Alabama logo contributes to a few of their players being a tad overrated.

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