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  1. AndreRulz

    AndreRulz Veteran

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    tell me a player Ill tell ya what I think about them and if we need them and what round they should go in.

    I will also make a comparsion to a current or formmer NFL player if you wish.

    ok thanks for your wondering minds.

    :bowser: :wherewill :fieldgoal
     
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    Kevin Kolb - QB University of Houston

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    Jordan Palmer - UTEP
     
  4. AndreRulz

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    kolb~UH~QB
    grade: B
    Analysis: good all-around player could be a great player. Plays in a weaker conference though.
    round: 2nd - 3rd
    texans: should get him if there in 3rd round
    player like: Id say Steve McNair at best

    plamer~UTEP~QB
    grade: C or C+
    analysis: gets a lot of hype from his brother carson and played in a weaker conference, good arm.
    round: 4th - 5th
    texans: maybe, i doubt they get him though
    player like: joey harrington or eli manning
     
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    Dwayne Wright, RB Fresno State
     
  6. AndreRulz

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    analysis: good player, weak conference, good speed, decent strength.
    round: 4th - 5th
    texans: maybe I like him just not as a every down back.
    player like: at best could be like Westbrook, worst like morency
     
  7. kastofsna

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    those are some of the worst scouting reports i've ever seen. and i'm the draft master around here.

    Kevin Kolb
    Pros: 4-year starter, good arm, good poise, good field vision, nice release, improved each year consistently
    Cons: Played in same offense since high school, gets passes batted down at the line, mechanics need work, last name is pronounced stupidly
    NFL Comparison: David Carr, Philip Rivers

    Jordan Palmer
    Pros: Good size, good family history, good consistent production, decent mobility
    Cons: Throws way too many picks, average arm at best, played in a pass-first offense, definitely a project and not someone you can start right away
    NFL Comparison: Marc Bulger

    Dwayne Wright
    Pros: Great size, good production on a poor team, good acceleration, good all-purpose back with the ability to block and catch, great near the goalline
    Cons: Doesn't have great speed, missed almost 2 full years due to injury, didn't play well against the best competition
    NFL Comparison: Ronnie Brown

    i'd love to hear how you got the westbrook comparison with dwayne wright.
     
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    Kenny Irons- RB

    Joe Thomas- O-Tackle
     
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    And you want to be know as the 'draft master' ? LMAO!
     
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    yes, i was totally being serious there, too.
     
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    Kenny Irons
    Pros: Great burst, good strength, good size, fights for extra yards every time, still pretty young at the position and will develop more
    Cons: More quick than fast, has fumbled more than you'd like, several nagging injuries, disappointing '06 season, not an all-around RB
    NFL Comparison: Cadillac Williams

    Joe Thomas
    Pros: Excellent strength and size, great agility for a man his size, powerful in the running game, progressing almost each week in his pass-protecting abilities, played very well against top competition
    Cons: Still a better run-blocker than pass-protector at this point, tore his ACL in the bowl game last year (although he seems to have recovered fine), doesn't have the best hips out there
    NFL Comparison: Walter Jones
     
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    Troy Smith-QB OSU
     
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    Troy Smith
    Pros: Great arm, great leader, very good controlled mobility, good strength, has learned to rely on his arm more and trust his receivers, always played well when it counted, made great strides with character, great pocket awareness; always felt the defender behind him, very good with turnovers
    Cons: Height is an issue, some people question if he's over-rehearsed and actually not a good character guy at all, mechanics need a lot of work still, not a lot of experience actually starting at QB, could bulk up more
    NFL Comparison: Donovan McNabb
     
  14. AndreRulz

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    Joe thomas is no walter jones he will be more like robert gallery.
     
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    McNabb is like 6'1 or 6'2, and troy smith is like 5'11 1/2 at the most (jeff garcia's height)
     
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    no. not at all.
     
  17. AndreRulz

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    he may become like him, but he is no walter jones.
     
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    um, okay? what's that have to do with ANYTHING at ALL?

    aaand garcia is 6'1.

    your comparions are the worst.
     
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    Aaron Ross, CB, Texas
     
  20. AndreRulz

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    ok ill prove myself give me a player.
     

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