Discussion in 'College Football & the NFL Draft' started by Wolf, Jun 24, 2009.
4th or 5th rd IMO
Think I'd rather hold our picks for the next draft & see what is there. We might not be in the market for a DE or LB at end of this season.
never have seen him play, youtube doesn't have much
just a quick sack
haven't found any draft bio if the Texan would be interested in a late round pick
haven't a clue on any of the guys and if they would be worth a shot in late rounds
As far as Surrency goes:
Every time I see these "fine dining" supplemental draft "menus," I have to slap myself and remind myself of the nausea, vomitting and diarrhea I developed watching Milford Brown (6th round) and Tony Hollings (2nd round).
The pick used on Hollings (the Raiders 2004 3nd rounder) would have been the 33rd pick in the draft, and could have been used on Karlos Dansby (taken @ #33) or Chris Snee (#34).
Jarmon is a SEC DE with credentials. His drug test should be a concern, but otherwise had the look of a 2nd round pick. I wouldn't blame a team with a need at RDE for rolling the dice on Jarmon.
The Redskins get Jarmon in the 3rd round.
typical Raider move, that 3rd is going to be like a late 2nd
It was the Redskins not the raiders. I think its a good fit for both sides, a little higher than I would have thought but I'm happy for Jarmon. He's a good kid.
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