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Old 05-17-2013   #61
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Unless we're drafting inside the top 10 you can probably go ahead and forget about Clowney, Bridgwater and Matthews. Manziel I'm more iffy on if he'll get drafted high or not, and I think one of the top WR's is going to go pretty high if they all continue on their current paths.

This is the QB prospect I'm going to watch:

Blake Bortles (QB, UCF) vs Ball State. Beef O' Brady's Bowl
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Unless we're drafting inside the top 10 you can probably go ahead and forget about Clowney, Bridgwater and Matthews. Manziel I'm more iffy on if he'll get drafted high or not, and I think one of the top WR's is going to go pretty high if they all continue on their current paths.
I think you can pretty much add Boyd to that list as well, although I think he would fit us perfectly.
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Unless we're drafting inside the top 10 you can probably go ahead and forget about Clowney, Bridgwater and Matthews. Manziel I'm more iffy on if he'll get drafted high or not, and I think one of the top WR's is going to go pretty high if they all continue on their current paths.

This is the QB prospect I'm going to watch:

Blake Bortles (QB, UCF) vs Ball State. Beef O' Brady's Bowl
Blake Bortles vs Missouri '12
Blake Bortles does an impression of Johnny Manziel
Blake Bortles vs Marshall '12


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2012	251	399	3059	62.9	7.67	64	25	7	22	144.5
2011	75	110	958	68.2	8.71	53	6	3	8	153.9
Been watching him; not sure about the guy, but A J Bouye looks like a player.
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The ILB class for next year looks really strong.
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The ILB class for next year looks really strong.
Remember Andrew Jackson?
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Remember Andrew Jackson?
Yeah, Jackson is a good one. Bullough from MSU, Johnson from Tennessee, Blair from UC, Borland from Wisconsin, Williamson from Kentucky, Marry from Ole Miss, Skov from Stanford, Edmond from UT, Brown from Louisville, Renaud from Boise State, and Fox from Notre Dame all show NFL potential. And that is not even counting some of the other guys that are ranked highly that I have not been able to focus on yet.
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While I am here, Ryan Carrethers from Arkansas State is worth a look. 330 pounder (NT), but not a fat guy. Should run around a 5.0 flat.
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Yeah, Jackson is a good one. Bullough from MSU, Johnson from Tennessee, Blair from UC, Borland from Wisconsin, Williamson from Kentucky, Marry from Ole Miss, Skov from Stanford, Edmond from UT, Brown from Louisville, Renaud from Boise State, and Fox from Notre Dame all show NFL potential. And that is not even counting some of the other guys that are ranked highly that I have not been able to focus on yet.
i have Borland and Skov on my radar and will focus on Fox but not sure about him yet.
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While I am here, Ryan Carrethers from Arkansas State is worth a look. 330 pounder (NT), but not a fat guy. Should run around a 5.0 flat.
Yep but need to see more of him..
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