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Walter Football Nfcs Draft Grades

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I know Walter Football is a controversy in and of itself around here, but I found the grades given to the teams in the NFCS interesting. Thoughts?

Buccaneers:

7. Mark Barron, SS, Alabama: C- Grade

31. Doug Martin, RB, Boise State: A- Grade

58. Lavonte David, OLB, Nebraska: A Grade

140. Najee Goode, ILB, West Virginia: C Grade

174. Keith Tandy, CB, West Virginia: A- Grade

212. Michael Smith, RB, Utah State: B- Grade

233. Drake Dunsmore, FB, Northwestern: B Grade

http://walterfootbal...eason2012tb.php

Falcons

55. Peter Konz, C/G, Wisconsin: A+ Grade

91. Lamar Holmes, OT, Southern Miss Matt Millen Telemarketer Kielbasa Salesman Grade

157. Bradie Ewing, FB, Wisconsin B- Grade

164. Jonathan Massaquoi, DE, Troy A Grade

192. Charles Mitchell, SS, Mississippi State B Grade

249. Travian Robertson, DT, South Carolina B Grade

http://walterfootbal...ason2012atl.php

Saints

89. Akiem Hicks, NT, Canada: C Grade

122. Nick Toon, WR, Wisconsin: A Grade

162. Corey White, S, Samford: D Grade

179. Andrew Tiller, G, Syracuse: B- Grade

234. Marcel Jones, OT, Nebraska: B Grade

http://walterfootbal...eason2012no.php

Panthers

9. Luke Kuechly, OLB, Boston College: A Grade

40. Amini Silatolu, G/OT, Midwestern State: A Grade

103. Frank Alexander, DE, Oklahoma: B Grade

104. Joe Adams, WR, Arkansas: A- Grade

143. Josh Norman, CB, Coastal Carolina: A+ Grade

207. Brad Nortman, P, Wisconsin: B- Grade

216. D.J. Campbell, S, California: B Grade

http://walterfootbal...ason2012car.php

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I don't disagree with his grades.

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I'm only worried about Dash Global's grade.

"You've reached your quote of positive votes for the day." Sorry, you earned it, I can't give it.

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I'm only worried about Dash Global's grade.

Lol!

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Panthers

9. Luke Kuechly, OLB, Boston College: A Grade

40. Amini Silatolu, G/OT, Midwestern State: A Grade

103. Frank Alexander, DE, Oklahoma: B Grade

104. Joe Adams, WR, Arkansas: A- Grade

143. Josh Norman, CB, Coastal Carolina: A+ Grade

http://walterfootbal...ason2012car.php

Would give Alexander a C+ and Norman a B+

Not the best draft in regards to needs but we certainly added alot of talent.

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I'm only worried about Dash Global's grade.

don't worry he's back on the bandwagon

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"You've reached your quote of positive votes for the day." Sorry, you earned it, I can't give it.

But I can and will. hilarious post

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I'm only worried about Dash Global's grade.

His manic grades or depressive grades?

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