Fox Sports "Draft Value Board"

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  1. D-Rob23

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    TFY Draft Preview / Special to FOXSports.com

    As NFL scouts criss-cross the nation for the last full week of pro-day workouts, draft boards around the league are in their final phases. With that here's a look at the present value players hold throughout the draft's seven rounds.


    We've allotted 35-players first, second and third round grades. Starting in rounds four-through-seven that number was increased to 40, allowing for additional picks which will be handed out through the compensatory selections.

    http://msn.foxsports.com/nfl/story/5449026
     
  2. el toro

    el toro All Pro

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    That has Eric Winston rated in the low 1st. Hopefully he slips out of that...
     
  3. beerlover

    beerlover Site Contributor

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    Manny Lawson
    Donte Whitner
    Mathias Kiwanuka
    Leonard Pope
    DeMeco Ryans
    Eric Winston
    Ko Simpson
    Nick Mangold


    I would be happy if the Texans drafted anyone on this list with the 33rd pick :)
     
  4. Blake

    Blake MMQB

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    Cherry pickin it.

    1. Reggie Bush
    2. Marcus Mcneil
    3. Jonathan Scott
    3. Abdul Hodge
    4. Jason Avant
    5. Omar Jacobs
    6. A.J. Nicholson
    7. Wendell Mathis
     
  5. Wild.Bill

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    I would like to see Max Jean-Gilles with our second round pick for our future right guard, and Johnathon Scott in the third round for our right tackle
     
  6. BeReal

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    If he's there, I think Bobby Carpenter would be an awesome pick IMO at #33.
     
  7. Dunta_23

    Dunta_23 All Pro

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    1. Reggie Bush
    2. Jonathan Joseph/Jason Allen
    3a. Chris Chester/Jon Scott
    3b. D'Qwell Jackson/Gerris Wilkinson
    4. Pat Watkins/Rashad Butler
    5. Martin Nance/Hank Baskett
    6. Reggie McNeal
    7. Leon Williams
     
  8. dat_boy_yec

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    These are the 3 guys I think we should get with the #33 pick.

    Jonathan Joseph- The guy is like a D-rob clone. Except faster, ran a blistering 4.31 40

    Cromartie- 6'2'' and 4.36 40, the guy had a high first round grade before his injury and (to me at least) proved he's recovered with his pro day work out.

    Jason Allen- This guy could have come out last yr. and been a first rd. pick at safety. Instead he goes back and shows he can also be a good CB. Versatile secondary player whose stock suffered due to injury but he recovered and ran a 4.39 at the combine.

    I like these guys because they would all be steals. On the defensive side when our corners can successfully cover man to man it frees up the rest of the D to open up the playbook.
     


  9. bckey

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    Using the FOX rankings I would have to go:

    1-Reggie Bush RB
    2-Antonio Cromartie CB
    3a-Greg Eslinger C
    3b-Jonathan Scott OT
    4-Darryl Tapp DE
    5-Martin Nance WR
    6-Kai Parnham MLB
    7-Mark Setterstrom G
     
  10. outofhnd

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    What about that Blackman Kid from BC? I liked him as a corner.. could be a steal on draft day. Can also play WR if we get in a bind.:ok:
     
  11. kiwitexansfan

    kiwitexansfan Site Contributor

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    Correct me if I am wrong but isn't he a massive guard, with limited athletic ability??

    If he is there is no chance of him coming to a zone blocking scheme...:pigfly:
     
  12. 66cobra

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    Yes, he is huge. I think he is about 365 pounds. I also think he will do well in a run first offense because he just bulldozed everyone he came up against in Georgia's bowl game.
     
  13. thetexanator

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    Omar Jacobs round 5? yes please.
     

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