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: April 06, 2007, 01:14:15 PM

who would you like to see the Bucs draft, if any?

Forget needs.  I always thought Brandon Siler stood out the most.  And I could see him being available at 2b.  Got to love his tatoo as well:  "Good isn't good when greatness is expected."


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#1 : April 06, 2007, 01:25:38 PM

Siler is great but unfortunately he plays the same position as Ruud, and I'd rather not make the only defensive player on the roster drafted on the first day in the last eight years irrelevant. Nelson and Moss would be great but they don't line up to where the Bucs are drafting. Ray McDonald seems like he'd be best as a 3-4 end so scratch him. Earl Everett would be good depending on how much of a solution Cato June is. He may even be around in the top of the third. Joe Cohen may be a decent project later on the second day. I'd probably stay away from Reggie Lewis Ryan Smith, and Brian Crum.

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#2 : April 06, 2007, 05:10:58 PM

I would like to see the Bucs draft Jarvis Moss or Reggie Nelson at 35.


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#3 : April 06, 2007, 05:31:39 PM

I would like to see the Bucs draft Jarvis Moss or Reggie Nelson at 35.

If Reggie Nelson falls to 35, draft him without question.



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#4 : April 06, 2007, 06:24:37 PM

I would like to see the Bucs draft Jarvis Moss or Reggie Nelson at 35.

yeah or at 64 if crowder is gone Atkins they sauid he ran a 4.7

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#5 : April 06, 2007, 06:40:19 PM

Reggie nelson if he fell I guess, If Siler fell into the 3rd I wouldnt be opposed to taking him either


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#6 : April 06, 2007, 06:58:54 PM

Reggie Nelson without a doubt...he's a playmaker...he's high energy and he's going to be a great NFLer.


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#7 : April 06, 2007, 07:23:32 PM

I would go with Reggie Nelson and Tim Crowder.


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#8 : April 06, 2007, 07:26:18 PM

I would go with Reggie Nelson and Tim Crowder.
Crowder is a Longhorn. Anyways, I'd draft Nelson, Moss, maybe Thomas and Smith on Day 2, and McDonald.

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#9 : April 06, 2007, 10:04:08 PM

how far do u think nelson will fall?
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#10 : April 07, 2007, 12:07:34 AM

There is no chance Nelson falls out of the first round.  And if he does, we will have made one of the biggest steals in draft history.  Reggie Nelson is a playmaker, bottom line, and it is very possible he could turn out to be the best defensive player of this draft.  Certainly the best defensive back.

Besides Nelson, I think Marcus Thomas would fill a very big need for us and so would Jarvis Moss if he fell to us at 2a.  I doubt he would fall that far however.

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#11 : April 07, 2007, 10:16:39 AM

Jarvis Moss - would love him at 2a - and there is nothing wrong with Nelson, but I don't think there is a chance in the world he makes it out of the first round. 

Thomas is killing me, if I thought for a second the kid could get his head out of his butt..  but right now who knows. 

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#12 : April 07, 2007, 10:18:44 AM

I would like to see the Bucs draft Jarvis Moss or Reggie Nelson at 35.

If Reggie Nelson falls to 35, draft him without question.

Run up the podium and make the selection if he falls that far. 8)

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#13 : April 07, 2007, 10:48:42 AM

how far do u think nelson will fall?
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I am not sure he even makes it that far.

Patriots seem to think they need to trade up to get him as well.

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#14 : April 07, 2007, 10:52:36 AM

Siler is great but unfortunately he plays the same position as Ruud, and I'd rather not make the only defensive player on the roster drafted on the first day in the last eight years irrelevant. Nelson and Moss would be great but they don't line up to where the Bucs are drafting. Ray McDonald seems like he'd be best as a 3-4 end so scratch him. Earl Everett would be good depending on how much of a solution Cato June is. He may even be around in the top of the third. Joe Cohen may be a decent project later on the second day. I'd probably stay away from Reggie Lewis Ryan Smith, and Brian Crum.

I actually think Ryan Smith could be a very good player in our system.  He has some of the best footwork I have ever seen from a CB and is very sound technically which helps make up for his lack of speed.  He timed kind of slow but he doesn't look it on the field from what I see, and he has a knack for making plays.  I think as a late round pick he could be worth a flyer.  He might not be a shutdown corner but I think he could be effective as a Nickel.

His only real knocks are his speed and size, but I think you can deal with those in the right system.  He could be a good player I think given the right situation.
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