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76Texan
02-03-2013, 04:05 PM
Due to the potential of 3 compensatory sixth rounders, can you guys recommend some sleepers and small school prospects please.

Rmartin, where are you?

Also, I think we need to look at the possibility of trading our own 5th, 6th, and 7th to trade up in the early rounds.

WolverineFan
02-03-2013, 04:18 PM
Zac Stacy - RB, Vanderbilt

Wolf6151
02-04-2013, 01:53 AM
I like Johnny Adams-CB from Mich. St., he's currently listed by CBS as a 6th rounder but I think he could go a little earlier in the 4th or 5th possibly. He's obviously not a starter right away but I like his athleticism and physical nature and think he could be some good quality depth. I'd start him off with the CB's but wouldn't be surprised if he were switched to Safety depth.


I also like Terry Hawthorne-CB from Illinois who's currently listed as a 6th round pick but I think he's underrated and could go much higher.

Doppelganger
02-04-2013, 10:29 AM
Darrington Sentimore, DL, Tennessee, 6'2, 288lbs, 5.03.
Very raw and showed some passrushing ability, but should have stayed in school. Could play as a 4-3DT or possibly a 3-4 DE.

Brandon Moore, DT/NT, Texas,, 6'5, 320lbs, 5.37
JUCO transfer to UT and did not do much in his one year. HUGE mistake coming out this year. That said, big guy with athletic ability, could be an interesting project. Likely to play 4-3DT or 3-4NT.

Quanterus Smith, DE/OLB, Western Kentucky, 6'5, 249lbs, 4.69.
Looked like a solid 3rd round prospect until he tore his ACL late in the season. Depending on rehab, may need to be IRed for 2012. Productive pass rusher prior to injury, no telling post injury. could easily be a 6th-FA now.

Michael Mauti, ILB, Penn State, 6'2, 239, 4.57
Was having a great year until he blew out his knew. HUGE medical red flag since he tore his right ACL in 2009 and left ACL in 2011. Major injuries in 3 of last 4 years drop him into the 6-FA round. He, like, SMith may be better off IR a full season and being fully ready to go in 2014.

Rey
02-04-2013, 11:31 AM
I like Johnny Adams-CB from Mich. St., he's currently listed by CBS as a 6th rounder but I think he could go a little earlier in the 4th or 5th possibly. He's obviously not a starter right away but I like his athleticism and physical nature and think he could be some good quality depth. I'd start him off with the CB's but wouldn't be surprised if he were switched to Safety depth.


I also like Terry Hawthorne-CB from Illinois who's currently listed as a 6th round pick but I think he's underrated and could go much higher.

I like Adams too and if he's there in the 6th I hope we take him. Would be good depth for this team. I've mocked him to us a few times.

WolverineFan
02-05-2013, 07:16 PM
I like Adams too and if he's there in the 6th I hope we take him. Would be good depth for this team. I've mocked him to us a few times.

He did not play as well this year. Not sure what the deal was but he was very good as a Junior.

steelbtexan
02-07-2013, 12:28 PM
1.Montori Hughes, DT Tenn Tech, big guy who can move. Has tools to be a starter someday.
2. Steve Williams CB, Cal, Williams is a fiesty little CB 5'9 185, tough with 4.29 speed He could be an upgrade over Harris/McCain is the nickle CB.
3. CourtneyGardner,WR, Seirra JC 6'3 215 4.28 has all of the tools Jacoby has and better hands. You get him in the 7th rd instead of the 3rd like JJ.

mussop
02-08-2013, 10:40 PM
TJ Barnes GT DT
6'6" 378 lbs

Marvin Burdette, ILB, UAB
became a tackling machine in his senior season, finishing the season with 157 tackles in 12 games, the highest tackles per game for any FBS player this season

Mike Shanahan, WR, Pittsburgh
He has very good size (64, 225 pounds) and is a good athlete, which enabled the Panthers to use him effectively as both a wide receiver and tight end.

Brandon Kaufman WR, Eastern Washington
stole the spotlight as the best receiver in FCS football. This guy makes circus catches regularly. Some reports say 6'4" some say 6'5" 215 lbs. Cant wait to see him at the combine and see what his real measurements are and what hsi forty time is.

Jasper Collins, WR, Mount Union
Collins, who caught 92 passes in 2012 and posted 22 touchdowns on 1,694 yards receiving. Reports say he catches virtually everything thrown in his direction. Scouts were raving about him at the Shrine practices.

Michael Hill, RB, Missouri Western State
1,809 yards and 7.4 yards per carry average on any level is good.

Jake Stoneburner, TE, Ohio State
He's big (6'5", 245 pounds) and quick and has excellent hands.

Sanders Commings, CB, Georgia
a 6'0", 223-pound cornerback who could end up being a pretty good safety.

Wes Horton, DE, USC
Super talented but poor motor.

Quanterus Smith, Defensive End, Western Kentucky
3 sacks against Alabama. Coming off a ACL injury. Could be a steel late in the draft.

mussop
02-08-2013, 10:56 PM
WR Tavarres King Georgia

Vince Williams ILB Florida State I would love to draft this guy late and develop him. Dobbins replacement? I wouldn't hesitate to use him in short yardage situations as a FB.