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: January 20, 2008, 04:52:25 PM

1. RB Rashard Mendenhall - 5'11 224 4.47 tough insider runner, willing blocker, good hands, decent balance and vision, has a second gear

2. WR Early Doucet - 6'0 207 4.50 natural athlete, quick, great hands, tough, excellent blocker and good after the catch

3. QB Josh Johnson - Great football IQ, good pocket presence, shows good command in the huddle, natural leader, can make all the throws

4. CB Trae Williams - 5'10 190 4.45 decent tackler, good ball skills, can turn and run, has fluid hips and makes plays on the ball at its highest point.

5. DE Jason Jones -  6'5 270 4.75 Had 14 sacks and 50 tackles for loss during his career, very athletic , great quickness and timed speed, makes alot of impact plays

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#1 : January 20, 2008, 05:00:05 PM

1-Calais Campbell-assuming we can't trade down
2-Terrell Thomas CB-BK ten years ago
3-Josh Johnson-learned a lot about him in E-W Shrine
4-Joe Jon Finley TE-total guess, but watched him throughout the season and thought he had good hands and ran good routes
5-Jacob Hester RB-love his production and team first attitude

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#2 : January 20, 2008, 05:24:26 PM

1.Mario Manningham/Desean Jackson WR-both have good hands and speed- assuming we dont get Berrian but if we do then Mike Jenkins

2. Dominique Rodgers Cromartie CB- fast tall natural athlete- check him out
http://www.nfldraftcountdown.com/scoutingreports/cb/dominiquerodgerscromartie.html

3.Josh Johnson QB/ Kevin Smith RB/Jamaal Charles- get Johnson great arm,acuuracy, Shrine Game performance assuming caddy will be back at full strength if not then Smith pending his 40 if he runs between 4.49-4.4 then get him good size laed Ncaa in rush yards and he is a florida Native. and Charles is tall and hella fast with pretty good hands.

4.Dexter Jackson- fast with good break away speed, good hands, KR/PR

5 best center available or Jason Jones if he is there

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#3 : January 20, 2008, 06:41:04 PM

If Domonique is related to Antonio.....grab him! Either way I like the read on the guy, I hope we get him.

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#4 : January 20, 2008, 07:05:49 PM

yuccs that draft would be amazing.

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#5 : January 20, 2008, 07:17:50 PM

No one has a DT.  Wow.  There's nothing in FA.  #1 DT  Best Available
We can not continue to let average and 2nd and 3rd string QB's pick us apart
because we cannot get pressure up the middle.  Hello, this, by far, is our biggest need,
along with a playmaker at WR. If we continue to allow QB's to step up and into their throws
we are going NOWHERE!

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#6 : January 20, 2008, 07:22:01 PM

No one has a DT.  Wow.  There's nothing in FA.  #1 DT  Best Available
We can not continue to let average and 2nd and 3rd string QB's pick us apart
because we cannot get pressure up the middle.  Hello, this, by far, is our biggest need,
along with a playmaker at WR. If we continue to allow QB's to step up and into their throws
we are going NOWHERE!

This is just a hunch but I think Greg Peterson will be our future UT after he adjusts to the NFL.

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#7 : January 20, 2008, 07:26:01 PM

No one has a DT. Wow. There's nothing in FA. #1 DT Best Available
We can not continue to let average and 2nd and 3rd string QB's pick us apart
because we cannot get pressure up the middle. Hello, this, by far, is our biggest need,
along with a playmaker at WR. If we continue to allow QB's to step up and into their throws
we are going NOWHERE!

Corey Williams? he will be gone Harrell and Jenkins have it all locked up or even Haynesworth we will most likely get A DT in Free agency if we dont but we a WR that could be our first round pick like Balmer or Okam or even Dre Moore who I like a lot in the third or fourth.


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#8 : January 20, 2008, 07:27:03 PM

So is reaching for a player in the first few rounds worth it? not sure but with players like Ryan Sims who the coaching staff thinks highly of and Javon Haye, Greg Peterson the smart money is on the team addressing a DT in free agency rather then the draft.

In Football, RESPECT is never given freely by your opponent. It must be TAKEN from them...VIOLENTLY

Great players cost a lot of money but help win games. High-priced players - a byproduct of poorly run front offices with bad scouting departments - only cost a lot of money.
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#9 : January 20, 2008, 07:44:22 PM

So is reaching for a player in the first few rounds worth it? not sure but with players like Ryan Sims who the coaching staff thinks highly of and Javon Haye, Greg Peterson the smart money is on the team addressing a DT in free agency rather then the draft.

Exactly! I am tired of people going crazy over DT just because it is one of our cornerstone positions on defense. It will take a special player to man the spot like Sapp did and I don't think anybody outside of Glenn Dorsey is that guy this year. It would not do to reach for DT over a better offensive player.

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#10 : January 20, 2008, 08:28:35 PM

1. RB Rashard Mendenhall - 5'11 224 4.47 tough insider runner, willing blocker, good hands, decent balance and vision, has a second gear

2. WR Early Doucet - 6'0 207 4.50 natural athlete, quick, great hands, tough, excellent blocker and good after the catch

3. QB Josh Johnson - Great football IQ, good pocket presence, shows good command in the huddle, natural leader, can make all the throws

4. CB Trae Williams - 5'10 190 4.45 decent tackler, good ball skills, can turn and run, has fluid hips and makes plays on the ball at its highest point.

5. DE Jason Jones - 6'5 270 4.75 Had 14 sacks and 50 tackles for loss during his career, very athletic , great quickness and timed speed, makes alot of impact plays

Sorry Yucs no way Williams or Jones is there when we draft both are projected as 2nd-3rd rounders if either where there it would be a suprising.

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#11 : January 21, 2008, 12:49:48 AM

1. RB  Rashard  Mendenhall

2.WR  Donnie Avery

3. DT  Dre Moore

4. CB  Terrell Thomas

5. FB  Owen Schmitt

6. C  Mike Pollak

7. DE Kendall Langford

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