Originally Posted by slatonisabeast
chris wells rb ohio state
steve slaton has no back up what so ever
i expect thim to get a bit stronger and make a 2 headed monster...
Round 2, Pick 14 (46)
cb Jairus Byrd, Oregon
good cb and relly good spechal team player
round 3 Pick 13 (77)
de Phillip Hunt, Houston
reson verry good close to home and will become a great player 1 day
Round 4, Pick 12 (112)
rb Javon Ringer, Michigan State
Round 4, Pick 22 (122) (From Minnesota)
te Davon Drew, East Carolina
good blocker great backup for owen daniels
i think 3 headed monster would be great for kubiak becuse he loves to run the ball i look for 2 rb if i was him
Round 5, Pick 16 (152)
wr Jarett Dillard, Rice
close 2 houston with good numbers and great pick here
Round 6, Pick 15 (188)
qb Graham Harrell, Texas Tech
dan cant be a great backup thats a fact take a rookie and make him learn and try him for backup for the next year
Round 7, Pick 14 (223)
ot Alex Boone, Ohio State
i duno what to put here just draft bait i guess ?
i no i didint do ss and thats guna hurt me but.....
if we got a ss in 4 - 5 i would not be happy so i would get in free agent or wait for next year
post what you think =p
Appreciate your efforts. Alex Boone is a fast monster that can play either side but had knee injuries last season. Probably should have remained for his senior year; but he didn't and that might tell us something. He'd rather take his chances as a late 6-7-undrafted FA than try to build his net worth in school.
I am hopeful Raji will fall to #15 but doubt. I think a trade down similar to last year will develop, especially if Sanchez is there at #15.
1. Late in first, Robert Ayers DE
2. Ron Brace N.T.
3A Rashad Jennings RB
3B Rahsad Johnson FS
4A Trevor Canfield O.G.
4B Either Scott Killop or Daniel Holtzclaw LBs
5. Cedric Peerman RB
6. Gartell Johnson RB
6. Aaron Kelly W/R and possibly steal of the draft.