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With the #1 overall pick in the 2011 draft, Carolina picks....

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draft will go as normal for 2011 whether there is football or not.

it's the draft in 2012 if there is no football in 2011 that is the question but it will most likely be a lottery.

my question is if there is a lockout in 2011 how does the draft go?

seeing how there will be more talent to choose from 2011 and 2012 draft classes so what happens?

a. a regular draft with extra talent in supplemental draft?

b. a 14 round draft?

c. multiple picks for each team in a 7 round draft? (if so how are the extra picks delegated)

just a burning question that i can seem to find an answer for. thoughts?

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There's no DT or OT I see worth a top 5 pick. Patrick Peterson or AJ Green or trade down.
i agree with this and am leaning more towards peterson. dude is an incredible CB, great against the run, and is a very good punt returner. he'll be needed to take marshall's place.
best G available, hands down, we need help at RG, we have talent at WR for a few years to come
i agree that OG is a huge need but you don't grab a OG in the first...esp. early first.

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Luck has worse footwork, a more reckless throwing motion, and plays in a much weaker conference than The Golden Calf of Bristol did. IOW, stop listening to the man. Next year is a no-go on qb's, especially with the pay-scale a'comin.

Uhhhh nice try there big guy.Do you watch pac 10 football? They are definately not a weak conference.. The pac is actually a pretty stacked conference.

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It is waaaaaaay too early to start talking about taking a QB first overall. Even if Clausen plays like absolute poo the rest of the year we still won't take a QB for another year or two. We need to give the guy some weapons to throw to that aren't picked up via wavers and other team's practice squads. A.J. Green is a type of receiver that doesn't come around very often and if he jumps to the league after this year I don't see how we don't take him.

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Uhhhh nice try there big guy.Do you watch pac 10 football? They are definately not a weak conference.. The pac is actually a pretty stacked conference.

Aye, there is some mighty fine coaching in the Pac10 right now.

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Uhhhh nice try there big guy.Do you watch pac 10 football? They are definately not a weak conference.. The pac is actually a pretty stacked conference.

I watch ALL football, and I didn't say it was a weak conference big guy; I said it was much weaker than the SEC. If you don't believe that, then you know absolutely NOTHING about football, pac-10 or otherwise.

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I don't think the gap between the conferences is that great this year. the SEC is the strongest conference but that doesn't mean much when you're saying something random about The Golden Calf of Bristol playing in a tougher conference than Luck. What does that mean at all?

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Robert Quinn DE, UNC....he has a agent and signing bonus!

But really, DL, OL (Gross has got to go), CB (Bye Marshall), Kicker (Thanks Kasay) and WR.

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Yeah, no one conference is "much" better than any others. The Big 10, Pac 10 and SEC are all pretty steady this year. The ACC is the only major conference that is sub par.

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