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Why Ryan Shazier is the BPA.

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If Shazier is BPA at 28, somebody might make a nice offer for the pick.

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Every year:

1. Some wr prospect is compared to Steve Smith

2. Someone wants us to draft a linebacker just for the hell of it

No exceptions

 

Well if that certain someone said we should draft Keuchly. Which btw was who I wanted us to draft in 2012. I think its a good idea. Shazier would make a bigger impact than a late 1st round grade WR. We are a hard hitting defensive team. our own coach used to play linebacker in the NFL for a superbowl winning team. He could coach this kid up to be great, He already has that killer instinct like Keuchly. Just remember defense wins championships, not #1 WRs.(see megatron)

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Just don't watch the Clemson game. I don't think he did a damn thing. He doesn't have Keeks instincts but if he could impact the OLB spot like Lavonte David who wouldn't want that.

 

Just not keen on adding another top contract into the LB spot. AJ showed potential and you could grab a Telvin Smith much later.

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I honestly wouldn't mind if we're sitting at #28 and our board has been shot to pieces, which I think is very possible. I personally think Shazier is gone by #28, but lets say all the players at WR, OT, S and CB we have higher than him on our board are gone, do you reach on someone who could be the next Everette Brown or take Shazier who would be the heir apparent to TD? 

 

I don't think it will come down to Shazier both because he'll be gone and someone on our board will be available. I do have to say that if Kyle Fuller were to fall, even though I think he'll go as the first CB off the board, I'd take him over several other prospects. 

 

If I had to predict our 1st and 2nd round picks, I think 1st) OT- Joel Bitonio 2) WR - Devante Adams.

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IF and I do mean IF Shazier is available at 28, he will likely be the BPA. And yes, it would be hard to pass on him. But I don't see him getting all the way down to us. I think his name is called by the Packers or the Jets when it is all said and done. 

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They said that was the priority... they also said reaching will screw you and that if their is a premier pass rusher at the 28th pick... they'll take him.

They said a lot of things and most of it was blowing smoke. We are two weeks from the draft, expect a lot of this type of chatter to come out of every organization now.

Ahem! 8 days, 16 hours and 51 minutes.

But who's counting?

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42" vertical is ridiculous for a guy that size.

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He ran a 4.38 40 at 6'1'' 238Lbs at his proday. Roby a CB ran a 4.39 at 5'11'' 194lbs at the NFL combine. This kid is a freak of nature, I bet if Al Davis was around the Raiders draft him #5 overall.

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after thinking about it i wouldnt mind it looking at the td situation . the thing is carolina really needs secondary help the most.(fuller)

 

when panthers made their run defense came up big. newton was great but that d helped more than any wr could. i think they should complete the d and oline. i would grab wr mid round since this class is so deep. if the panthers can get this d on hawks level(which is not far off)...you should be seeing cam win a superbowl. with oline fixed you can run the ball better and give newton more time to make better decisions. again wr class deep and all you need is guys that are dependable(hawks) in catching the ball.( also guys with some size and this only works if you complete the d though like hawks)

 

 i could go the other way to(offensive) but just remember the last time panthers made a great run was with a great d. 

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