Players you absolutely don't want in each rounds!

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  1. wolf123

    wolf123 All Pro

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    don't pick anyone for the first pick i don't want a vince,mario or reggie debate.
    Rd. 2 Kelly jennings- to much like phillip buchanon
    Marcus mcneil- doesn't fit our system and has a narrowing spine condition
    Tamba Hali- I don't think he has the speed to produce at the next level
    Gabe watson- No way this guy will produce after getting millions of dollars.
    Darnel Bing- plays much slower than his 40 time would indicate, not good in coverage
    johnathan scott- The earliest i would look at him would be round 3 hold no value in round 2
    Round 3
    Jeremy troublood- after watching him at the senior bowl, anyone can get bye him.
    Devin Hester- only cares about the money, no real position int he nfl
     
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    There's really only one player that I can say for sure I don't want to see the Texans draft and that is Marcus Vick. I wouldn't even waste a 6th Rounder on him, and we gave our 7th Rounder to the Bengals.
     
  3. MorKnolle

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    To add a few more players:
    2nd round
    Ko Simpson - Has been falling a lot lately, would think about him real late in the 2nd but not with our pick. Nice measurables but not great on tape.
    Brodie Croyle - Not a big fan of his either, too many physical limitations, for what it's worth, CNNSI labeled him their most overrated player in the draft.
    3rd round
    Pat Watkins - Nice size and had a nice workout, but seeing him play I don't think he should go anywhere in the 3rd round.
    Terna Nande - A few had mentioned him in the 3rd, he also had a nice workout but his production hasn't matched his workout numbers.
    Ray Edwards - Also had a nice workout but has been very inconsistent and has questionable work ethic.
    Kai Parham - Ran extremely slow in his workouts and has done nothing to prove his worth since the season ended.
     
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    hey mork, not trying to troll and i resspect your opinion on draft prospects alot but you're saying you with the first few-ko,nande,watkins that you dont want guys who had good workouts but weren't very good on tape, which i agree with you on(although i think ko was good enough playing for carolina also).

    Kai Parham had a bad workout running a 5.0 40 at the combine and a 4.9 at his pro-day, yet has consistently 'proven his value' on tape during the season and numerous scouts say he plays much faster than timed and has excellent play recognition etc...so i have to disagree with you and would have no problem taking him on day 2-even with #98
     
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    Maddict I think he was meaning he was not good value high in the third round, which he is not.
     
  6. YoungTexanFan

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    Thats not accurate. He plays great on tape while not having great measurables. He is a ball-hawk on tape and plays faster than he tests. He has first round talent, but will go in the third. I would have no problem taking him at pick #33. He will produce in the NFL and that is all that matters to me.
     
  7. Cincinnatikid

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    His inconsistency was due to the coaches not playing him as much for no real apparent reason. And yes he had some attitude with his coaches, but when you were first team all freshmen big ten, and a preseason big ten player, you would think the coaches would realize what they had. He will be a force as a big DE and would be worth a 3rd pick.
     
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    mcneill's spine thing is definitely an issue. he could drop quite a long ways.
     


  9. Vinny

    Vinny shiny happy fan Staff Member

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    Mathias Kiwanuka - dog
     
  10. ThaShark316

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    That poor kid. D'Brickashaw destroyed him @ the Senior Bowl.
     
  11. champ1234

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    You can add Max-Jean Giles to this list. He is too big/slow and does not fit our system. Unless he fell to the 4th round(which ain't gonna happen) I would not waste a pick on him.
     

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