Tommy Zbikowski?

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  1. Texanballer

    Texanballer Rookie

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    What do you all think of drafting this guy in the 3rd round?
     
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    really good player, would be of value in the 3rd.
     
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    I like Thomas DeCloud in the 3rd, if he lasts that long.
     
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    TZs is a player. would be a great pick up in later rounds.
     
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    do you have to disagree with me at all times?

    Zib is strictly a SS prospect. Our entire S collection is SS with the exception of Demps. Add Earl coming back from injury as well. Besides being a huge liability in coverage and taking poor angles, what value does he present to us?
     
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    Speaking as a Notre Dame fan, ummmmmmmmmmm in a word NO! Zibby is a good athlete but I saw him repeatedly get beat on converages and would bite on play fakes way to much but he is a hard hitter. Honestly I think he will go in the 4th or 5th round.
     
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    If he's there in the 5th I would take him.
     


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    i don't see him as a liability at all. quite the opposite. stellar athlete with room to grow, very smart, and a leader. poor angles? pfft. he's not a top 10 pick, i don't expect perfection. coach 'em up.

    and i call him a value 3rd round for any NFL team, not the Texans.
     
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    Befor we coranate him let's see if he can get under 4.7.
    Agreed up there, we got a herd of SS's.
     

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