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Dee Milliner, CB - Alabama

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I do like Milliner a lot.. but if we have a Top 5 pick, then I think we go DT. Hankins and Lotueleli are too good to pass up. Interior linemen do not grow on trees. If we have a pick 6-10, I'd love to take Milliner.

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I don't know if he'll warrant a top 5 pick AND I think we have a more pressing need right now at DT. For me, it all boils down to what happens with Gamble this offseason. If he stays I'd rather address the DT spot, if he's gone then I would have no problem taking Milliner to replace him. However, when the draft rolls around I'm not sold right now that he'll be the top CB.

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I don't know if he'll warrant a top 5 pick AND I think we have a more pressing need right now at DT. For me, it all boils down to what happens with Gamble this offseason. If he stays I'd rather address the DT spot, if he's gone then I would have no problem taking Milliner to replace him. However, when the draft rolls around I'm not sold right now that he'll be the top CB.

Yea. IMO, Milliner is not even close to Claiborne last year. If Amerson didnt have a down year, he would r been the sure no.1 cb next year.

I rather go pick up a cb through FA. (Cason, Smith, DRC, Grimes, Jenkins, etc)

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While, I do like him as a prospect, I think interior dline is the way to go.. they usually take a couple years to develop, and the Edwards' will not last forever.

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While, I do like him as a prospect, I think interior dline is the way to go.. they usually take a couple years to develop, and the Edwards' will not last forever.

Can't disagree

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