How about Darnell Bing

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  1. ReggieTheRealDeal

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    He's coming out where do you thing he will go in the draft, and would you draft him after we get some offensive lineman?
     
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    He should be taken in the mid-late second....and NO.

    I would take Simpson at 33. Bing MAYBE if he fell and we didnt get KO. If that was the case, I would probally wait to get Slay. They are the same type of players, but Slay is better at it.
     
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    late second? im thinking more like late 1st early second.
     
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    How the safties will be taken:

    J. Williams-1st
    Huff-1st
    Simpson-33
    Bing-second
    Pollard-second
    Landry-third
    Blue-fourth
    Slay-fourth
    Threat-fifth
     
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    Bing wasnt even the best safty on his team. That white guy next to him was better. Bing goes for the big hit too often, but rarely connects. He is left out of position and does not posess the recovery speed he needs. He is also a SS only kind of guy.
     
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    If Landry lasts until the third round, then someone gets a steal. He was the best safety I saw in all of Bowl week (and I watched them all).

    Simpson is a big hitter, but I didn't see him deep in coverage. Huff also can play physical at the line, but did get burned a couple times vs. USC.

    Landry made a great play getting to the deep out on a cover-2. He also made plays at the LOS in run support. I know he's not the highest rated, but he'd be the guy I'd target for a combination pass coverage and run support safety.
     

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