How much are you lookin foward to each years draft?

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  1. DoCt3rJ

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    I dont know about you guys but when College season starts, I'm already lookin foward to the next NFL Draft and the prospects. Once the playoffs start is really when I began anticipating it, now its the night before.. I dont know if I'll be able to get any sleep. So how big is the draft in yalls opinion? It's almost like a .. superbowl or something =) i love it
     
  2. D-ReK

    D-ReK RAWWWRR!

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    This is the first year that I've been really interested in the draft, and I caught the fever around bowl game time...
     
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    I always get excited about the draft, but usually I only start thinking about the draft around the midway point of the college football season. Every now and then I'll see a player that makes me think "Wow that guy will be great in the NFL!". Often times I'm wrong though, but thats the beauty of the draft. It's fun, and its the first real sign of football season coming back soon.
     
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    I was very excited about the draft last year until CC traded away our 2nd, 3rd, 4th and swapped to a lower 5th round pick. Suddenly the draft was mostly over for us.

    This year I was very excited until CC traded away our 2nd and one or our 3rd round picks. With four picks in the first day I thought we might take a chance on someone that would be a risk... but could turn out great. But with only 2 picks in the first day now I don't see that happening. So I've decided to work tomorrow.
     

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