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Old 01-05-2012   #9
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Default Re: Pre-Playoff Mock

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Originally Posted by Rey View Post
I think Jackson has the potential to be a top level CB. The thing that hurts him is that is is at a small school. I wouldn't be taking a flyer on a guy I believed to be a filler...I'd be taking a flyer on a guy that I believed could be a top level guy with enough work.

The athleticism and size is there and he'd easily compete with J.Jo and McCain as the fastest/most athletic CB on the roster.

And Demps is better than Holiday in the sense that he could actually take Derrick Wards spot as the 3rd RB.

Demps is waaaay more polished at a true position than Holiday is so it wouldn't feel like we were dediating a spot to just a return specialist but rather a guy that could also see some time in offensive sets.
Everything in this post... is what my gut says. I love Jackson as a prospect, my number 2 small school CB. But I think he could go in the 5th, just something to keep in mind. Since I have my top 10 CBs done-

1) Janoris Jenkins, North Alabama, 510 180 lbs/ Janoris Jenkins, North Alabama, 510 180 lbs
2) Asa Jackson, Cal Poly, 510 190 lbs/ Asa Jackson, Cal Poly, 510 190 lbs
3) Trumaine Johnson, Montana, 62 205 lbs/ Trumaine Johnson, Montana, 62 205 lbs
4) Chris Greenwood, Albion, 61 190 lbs/ Chris Greenwood, Albion, 61 190 lbs
5) Ryan Steed, Furman, 511 190 lbs/ Micah Pellerin, Hampton, 6 190 lbs
6) Tremayne Graham, Richmond, 59 185 lbs/ Ed Gainey, Appalachian State, 6 195 lbs
7) Micah Pellerin, Hampton, 6 190 lbs/ Ryan Steed, Furman, 511 190 lbs
8) Justin Ferrell, North Carolina A&T, 59 190 lbs/ Josh Norman, Coastal Carolina, 61 190 lbs
9) Ed Gainey, Appalachian State, 6 195 lbs/ Justin Haulcy-Bateman, Cal Lutheran, 510 180 lbs
10) Jared Milikan, Anderson, 511 160 lbs/ Tremayne Graham, Richmond, 59 185 lbs


First name on each line was my ranking as of Sept 1st. The second name is my current ranking, completed around Dec. 29. I have all the positions done but SS.

Now on to Demps- As much as I like Holliday, I would take Demps over him. He is just a more complete player than Holliday, and equally fast.
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