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Old 04-30-2014   #3
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Default Re: SIAB Dream draft

I think you might be over-valuing the RT position. Sure, protecting the QB of the future is important but dropping a number one pick to shore up the side of the field that he will actually be able to see seems a bit... overkill. Besides, picking Clowney at that spot would free Reed up to move inside if a better option doesn't present itself in the rest of the draft.

Archer would be an exiting component to add to any offense but I'm more than a little worried about his ability to hold up in the NFL at 5'8" 170ish.

I love Mccarron but I think we'll need to take him with the third pick at the latest. Dude's a gamer and I'd rather have him than ESPN's heartthrob Savage. I'm not saying Savage won't be good but I also think his ability to learn playbooks due to his journeyman past is vastly overvalued and will get him drafted way before he reasonably should come off the board.

The rest looks good to me. McCuller's potential at his size is particularly enticing.
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