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Old 04-15-2012   #1
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1st: Kendall Wright, WR, Baylor. Fills a big need here and brings a dynamic player in our offense, big deep threat WR. Not worried about his 40s/height/Weight.
2nd: Shea McClellin, OLB, Boise St. Another big need, but also a very good player, motor like JJ Watt. Doesn't give up on plays and is very similar to Brooks Reed and Connor Barwin considering his height/weight/40s, and they all played in a 4-3 defense, I don't think he'll have any problems switching to the 3-4, even tho we rush our OLB 95% of the time or so. Although I have no idea if he'll last to the 58th pick.
3rd: Josh Chapman, NT, Alabama. Not a big need, but I think this is the best player available. I think him and Shaun Cody would make a great rotation, and maybe eventually he'll be able to start over him. 6'1", 316 lbs, I think this is a great side even tho Wade likes his NTs to be at the 300~ range. This is also move Earl Mitchell to DE, and he can also be the third NT if we happen to have any injuries at the NT.
4th: Greg Childs, WR, Arkansas. I think we can go with Childs or Joe Adams if we're picking another WR again, although I wasn't sure who to pick because I think Wright is really of an outside guy, not really a slot guy, but can KR/PR, and Childs is not a slot WR, and has the sizes that Kubiak likes in his WRs(6'3", 220, 4.55 40), and Adams is more of a slot WR and a returner, not a outside receiver. I don't think you can go wrong with either though.
4th: Brandon Mosley, OT, Auburn. We need a replacement for Winston, and I have no confidence in Butler, especially since he was placed on IR last year and I thought he played bad when he replaced Duane Brown, and I sure as heck don't want our 7th rounder Derek Newton starting next year either. I think Brandon can start right away, big guy, but not as athletic as Winston was but could be a better pass blocker.
5th: Ryan Miller, G, Colorado. 6'7", 321 lbs, 5.27 40, and 32 BP reps. Big strong kid, and I think he can be athletic enough to play the guard position and compete with Antoine Caldwell.
6th: BJ Coleman, QB, Chattanooga. Not sure if he'll be off the boards or not, but he have good size, and Kubiak always have 3 QBs ready to go, so I think he'll be just a project, but able to manage the game if Schaub and Yates goes out.
7th: Travian Robertson, South Carolina, DE. We only have three DEs on the roster and you cannot have enough depth on defense.

UDFA targets:
Brandon Bolden, RB, Ole Miss. We only have two RBs on the roster, and at 5'11", 222 lbs, and 4.56 40 this kid can be good, especially since he is from the SEC like our Arian Foster and Ben Tate.

Bradie Ewing, FB, Wisconsin. Not the best FB, but I think he'll be the best available in the UDFAs. Blocked for Montee Ball and the Wisconsin Badgers, and like the Badgers, they're like the Houston Texans. Very well balanced offenses, this kid also can catch out of the backfield, but will probably need to add some bulk, and just a project for now.

Randy Bullock and Blair Walsh, Kickers from Texas A&M and Georgia. Bullock had the best season last year and may even be drafted in the late rounds. Although if Blair can kick like he did in 2010, he may even be better than Bullock. Kicker is a need and I don't like Rackers because he cannot hit anything above 46 yards, and had a key miss in the Raiders and Ravens game, and not to mention he is a FA so we do not have a kicker.
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