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Who is the BPA of the draft?

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this world if clausen was rated the same way.

How Clausen was rated has nothing to do with it.

Consensus is that Newton is NOT NFL ready, if nothing else.

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lol its like Andrew luck didnt declare so the whole huddle can go crazy by making a million threads about the draft. I really wonder what the hell we would be talking about if we already knew that Luck was going to be the first pick. I guess everything happens for a reason.

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I agree with that list for the most part, but I do think Miller and Marcel Dareus belong high on the list of pro-ready guys.

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How Clausen was rated has nothing to do with it.

Consensus is that Newton is NOT NFL ready, if nothing else.

my point of bringing clausen up was because no one knows who is pro ready or not until they get on a PRO FIELD. than you can determine if someone is pro ready or not.

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my point of bringing clausen up was because no one knows who is pro ready or not until they get on a PRO FIELD. than you can determine if someone is pro ready or not.

Generally I would agree, but a one read QB from a run option offense is going to take time to adjust. Take that and add the question about his intelligence I feel 100% comfortable saying he isn't pro ready.

Great talent and athlete? Sure, pro ready NFL QB? No.

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if we do draft him jack will u support him?

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I agree with that list for the most part, but I do think Miller and Marcel Dareus belong high on the list of pro-ready guys.

Walterfootball has us taking Stocker in the third, as a Vol fan what are your thoughts?

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If you noticed, I rated Newton as the worst out of the pro-ready guys. Sure there are others that are more pro-ready, but I think the draft pretty much comes down to those five right now. I don't think there would be any point to drafting Miller or Darius as I think they both fit the 3-4 much better then the 4-3.

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If you noticed, I rated Newton as the worst out of the pro-ready guys. Sure there are others that are more pro-ready, but I think the draft pretty much comes down to those five right now. I don't think there would be any point to drafting Miller or Darius as I think they both fit the 3-4 much better then the 4-3.

Darius is said to fit both schemes very well, but for the sake of your argument I'll agree. However, Mayock has Dareus listed as the first DT on his board.

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just because mayock says something doesnt make it true. Yes the guy is more knowledgeable then us and kiper and all but he isnt perfect. Just because Dareus is rated higher doesnt mean he will fit in any scheme.

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What I find amusing is the people saying we wont draft Green bc we drafted three receivers last year but not seem to mind that we drafted two QBs last year. I think this situation comes down to petersen, green, fairley, or newton. Here's how I break it down...

the difference between the WRs and the QBs drafted is the fact that the WRs didn't suck donkey balls and actually played well.

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just because mayock says something doesnt make it true. Yes the guy is more knowledgeable then us and kiper and all but he isnt perfect. Just because Dareus is rated higher doesnt mean he will fit in any scheme.

Most pundits think Dareus is scheme diverse, not just Mayock.

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