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2013 draft prospects

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Justin Hunter might be the best WR prospect in this years draft. He is beating Marcus Roberson (UF's best CB) easily. Love him as a prospect. Just don't know if I could see us taking a WR in the first round.

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May not be the flashiest pick but it could arguably be the wisest: Barrett Jones- Alabama.

The kid offers versatility at possibly all 5 of the offensive line positions and would solidify our offensive front for years to come while protecting our best asset in Cam Newton. Jordan Gross is aging and I'm not quite sure Byron Bell is a long-time solution to the RT position. Barrett may not have prototypical size for the NFL's tackle position, but stick him at RG, replace Hangartner, and the running game behind a core of Amini/Kalil/Jones will continue to be a strength well into the foreseeable future. Jones' versatility and familiarity with all positions on the line make him a candidate I think.

Round 2: Depending on the holes come season's end...DT/CB/S/DE and go best available.

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Justin Hunter might be the best WR prospect in this years draft. He is beating Marcus Roberson (UF's best CB) easily. Love him as a prospect. Just don't know if I could see us taking a WR in the first round.

im a Hunter fan as well, but im more of a Keenan Allen fan. what he could do with run after catch is great. plus Hunter is coming off that acl injury.i could really see us taking a WR in the 1st round.

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If a #1 type of receiver is available in the first for us then we need to take him. If we feel there isn't one then we need to get the best offensive linemen available or the best safety/cornerback available. Those are the only 4 positions that we need to seriously address with a really good first round pick

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I was wondering why Byron Jerideau had that hideous face mask. Then I saw his face.

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games this week with some good NFL talent

BYU vs Boise St

Virgina vs TCU

Mizzou vs South Carolina

Cal vs USC

LSU vs Auburn

Michigan vs Notre Dame

Kansas St vs Oklahoma

FSU vs Clemson

Zona VS Oregon

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DE Corey Lemonier Auburn and DE Sam Montgomery LSU had pretty good weeks getting pressure with 2 and 1 sacks respectively.

WR Cobi Hamilton Arkansas had a 10 catch, 303 yards, and 3 TDs vs Rutgers.

WR Tavon Austin 13 catches, 179 yards, and 3 TDs vs Maryland.

CB Xavier Rhodes FSU had a decent game and made a key PD on a 3rd down play vs Clemson.

OT Oday Aboushai UVA had a decent game vs a pretty good DE in the TCU game.

WR Keenan Allen Cal had a decent game vs USC 9 catches for 93 yards.

DT Star Lotuelelei Utah had a 5 tackle 1 TFL game vs Arizona St.

DT Jon Hankins OSU had another 10 tackle game and .5 TFL vs UAB.

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I was wondering why Byron Jerideau had that hideous face mask. Then I saw his face.

I think it's a badass facemask personally but yeah hes an ugly SOB.

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