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Old 04-23-2005   #1
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Lightbulb SHELTON in tha 3rd.........

We should get Eric Shelton in tha 3rd if he is still availible.
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I REALLY like that idea, he could be a stud in the league and im not sure why he is so underrated, i saw him in college and he has first round talent from what i have seen.
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hes not real elusive and he is easy to hit.
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It's be nice if Marion Barber or Ciatrick Fason dropped to our 3rd round pick also!
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What about J. Mathis WR in the third to give Bradford some competion (assuming of course he's there).
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I wouldn't mind Mathis at all, but I doubt he'll fall to 73. I'm hoping for Adam Terry, Mike Munoz or Wesley Britt.
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Where do yall see Boomer Grigsby going? I think he could contend for Jamie's old spot and could be maybe the biggest surprise of the draft.
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Where do yall see Boomer Grigsby going? I think he could contend for Jamie's old spot and could be maybe the biggest surprise of the draft.
I'd say somewhere between mid-5th to early-6th.
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they need o line, id love to see them get britt or munoz.then i say they get a running back in the 4th round
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i'd love to get a huge back w/light feet.

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There goes Shelton to the Panthers
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Well that idea just ended, Carolina just picked him in the second round.
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We should look at this WR from University of Houston in the 3rd round. I forgot his name at the moment, but he ran like a 4.28 40. The only knock on him is he drops some balls, but I think with proper training he could become great. Especially sitting across the field from AJ.
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There isn't a WR from Houston in the draft that I know of...The only person from U of H who ran a 4.28 is Stanford Routt, who was the 38th overall selection...
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