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Fuller is better than Marcus Davis imo

He knows how to get open and makes the big plays

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Throw money at the best FS/DT/O-linemen available.

1st round- BPA whatever we didn't get in FA

2nd round - ^^^

4th round - trenches

5th round - BPA

6th round - BPA

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week 12 match ups

UNC vs UVA

Iowa vs Michigan

Arkansas vs Miss St

USC vs UCLA

Texas Tech vs Oklahoma St

NCSU vs Clemson

Oklahoma vs WVU

Syracuse vs Mizzuo

Tennessee vs Vandy

Kansas vs Baylor

Stanford vs Oregon

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Liked Margus Hunt last year, he really killed at blocking FGs. He's a freakishly big guy. I'd take him in the 4th even though we don't really need a DE. Could give us one helluva 4 man rotation.

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week 13

Terrance Williams WR Baylor. broke Kendall Wright record for yards from last year, but some talking heads think he is not as good as Wright. Williams is faster, has better size so i think he is just as good, and has a good chance to go in the 1st round. he had 7 catches for 175 yards and a TD vs Texas Tech.

Codarrelle Patterson WR UT. if he is not scoring pasing TDs, than he is finding another way to score either on a KO return, out the back field, or where ever he wants. he had 4 catches for 88 yards and a TD.

Bacarri Rambo S UGA. this is guy is a ball hawk, and plays the game very nasty.i think he is the top FS prospect but previous off field issues might make slide to the 2nd round.other than that he added another INT to his career and caused 2 FF and 1 FR.he ran the alley and made some great tackles

Sharrif Floyd DT Florida. this guy has impressed all year.not only can he stuff the run, but he can also push the pocket and is a decent pass rusher. also has the athletic ability to line up at DE were he played last season but this guy is the ideal 3 tech or 5 tech in an odd front. he had a good game vs FSU and stayed in there back field, were he had a sack. should have had 2 but missed the QB on the 1st.

Stedman Bailey WR WVU. coming off a 13 catch 205 yard and 4 TD vs Oklahoma last week, he put up 7 catches for 82 yards and a TD. he is looking like he was at the beginning of the season.

Kenny Stills WR Oklahoma. coming off 10 catches for 91 yards and 4 TDs last week, he had another productive game vs Oklahoma St with 9 catches 103 yards and a TD.

Bjoern Werner DE Florida St. he had his way with the RT from Florida.3 sacks, a FR were he caught the ball in mid air.

Cody Hoffman WR BYU.a 6'4 215 pound guy that has been producing since stepping onto campus in provo. had a stat line vs New Mexico that read 12 catches for 182 yards and 5 TDs.

this team has to get a WR this year, and there are some pretty good 1s that will be there.

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I want Patterson, but I think he's been rated the #1 WR prospect here lately. I think he goes in the first.

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Floyd also looks to be a good prospect. He was destroying FSUs Oline.

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I want Patterson, but I think he's been rated the #1 WR prospect here lately. I think he goes in the first.

Is he? Man I have a feeling that if he enters, he'll be the no.3-4 WR off the board. I can't see him falling into the 2nd.

PFT did talk about how Bray, Hunter, and Patterson all declined to make commitment about entering the draft though. But with the firing of Dooley, I'm thinking Hunter and Patterson will def enters the draft.

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Is he? Man I have a feeling that if he enters, he'll be the no.3-4 WR off the board. I can't see him falling into the 2nd.

PFT did talk about how Bray, Hunter, and Patterson all declined to make commitment about entering the draft though. But with the firing of Dooley, I'm thinking Hunter and Patterson will def enters the draft.

i think all 3 go and declare. i also see Patterson as the 3rd or 4th WR taken, hopefully he slides into the 2nd.

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Is he? Man I have a feeling that if he enters, he'll be the no.3-4 WR off the board. I can't see him falling into the 2nd.

PFT did talk about how Bray, Hunter, and Patterson all declined to make commitment about entering the draft though. But with the firing of Dooley, I'm thinking Hunter and Patterson will def enters the draft.

Yeah there's a couple draft guys that have Patterson#1, Allen#2 and Hunter#3. Kiper was one of them (I know Kiper sux)

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another guy i am interested in is Brandon Coleman Big(6'6 220) WR from rutgers.

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Keenan Allen is declaring

Cal junior WR Keenan Allen has declared for the 2013 NFL Draft.

Allen finished the season on the sideline due to a PCL injury, but there is plenty of tape on the junior for evaluators to get a good feel for him. From a scouting perspective, Allen was somewhat unlucky to be catching passes from an erratic quarterback in Zach Maynard, but he possesses ideal size and creates separation with a nice burst out of breaks. We expect Allen to be one of the top names in the receiver group throughout the process.

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