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Default Re: 2013 with trades

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Originally Posted by badboy View Post
ILB and Nose are our glaring needs. SS & OLB if Quin and Barwin go, would then move up. I think Quin could re-sign but unlike you guys, I think Barwin is gone. Mercilus has shown nothing but it is still early.

If I could get a later first for Tate, I'd look for Teo, but I think a second and third more likely. I am more interested in quality than quantity in this draft so I prefer trade ups.

Tate for a 1st or second and third.
Trade a 3 (Tate) &5 & 6 for a second.

1. Williams (nose) in first (ours)
2. Minter (ILB) in second (Tate)
2b Dion Jordan (OLB) second (3&5&6)
2c. Ricky Wagner (OT/OG) second (ours)
3a Marcus Davis (WR) third (ours)
3b. Micah Hyde (FS/CB) third (comp Mario)
4. Andrew Jackson (ILB)
5. Silas Redd (RB) fifth (comp) http://espn.go.com/college-football/...340/silas-redd
1) I know you are a huge fan of Williams, but I just dont see anything special in the guy. Dont get me wrong, I dont think he will be a bad player or a bust, but I dont think he will really upgrade the line. Picking 32 does limit our options though. I am fine with the pick.

2) Heck yeah on Minter. Kid could be a stud.

2) I am still not sold on Jordan, but apparently I am the only one who thinks so. He is athletically gifted, but his height worries me. At 6'6" or 7" he is going to have a hard time getting around that corner with leverage.

2) Sold on Wager. Should be a solid RT for years.

3) Davis is a project. All the athleticism in the world, but he still looks raw on the field. At this point, I want a more sure fire receiver. We have projects in Posey and Jean. If we are to invest in a receiver, I want to go top notch. However, it is the 3rd round. Cant get too picky, and Davis does have the size to contribute on special teams.

3) I like Hyde. Solid depth player and STer.

4) I am firmly on the Jackson bandwagon. However, I feel that I must continue to point out that Jackson is still just a Junior, and therefore is unlikely to declare for the draft if he is not considered a 2nd-3rd round pick. Its not impossible, just unlikely. Also, 2 ILBs in one draft? Plus a OLB? That seems a bit heavy.

5) Going RB is a good idea, especially if you are trading Tate (which I am 100% on board with).

If the draft broke down this way, I would be satisfied. I think the two ILBs is overkill though. I would probably switch out Jackson (who I think stays in school) for a blocking TE or SS. Maybe backup QB.
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