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Te'o isn't even in the top 30 in tackles. Luke was a better prospect imo

What?

Have you watched College Football,dude has been by far the best defensive player in college football.Scouts are saying he is the next Ray Lewis and they are already predicting he will be the #1 pick yes the #1 pick and he's a LB.

And you have the nerve to say Luke was a better prospect.SMH

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Have you watched College Football,dude has been by far the best defensive player in college football.Scouts are saying he is the next Ray Lewis and they are already predicting he will be the #1 pick yes the #1 pick and he's a LB.

And you have the nerve to say Luke was a better prospect.SMH

Holy poo you're overrating him. Jarvis Jones had a better year this season
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What?

Have you watched College Football,dude has been by far the best defensive player in college football.Scouts are saying he is the next Ray Lewis and they are already predicting he will be the #1 pick yes the #1 pick and he's a LB.

And you have the nerve to say Luke was a better prospect.SMH

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Holy poo you're overrating him. Jarvis Jones had a better year this season

Did you see Jarvos Jones get ran over in the SEC Championship game?

Lacy ran all over that Georgia defense and they ran mostly at Jarvis Jones because he is not a run stopper he is just a pass rusher.

Teo>Jones any day of the week.

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Have you watched College Football,dude has been by far the best defensive player in college football.Scouts are saying he is the next Ray Lewis and they are already predicting he will be the #1 pick yes the #1 pick and he's a LB.

And you have the nerve to say Luke was a better prospect.SMH

Number one pick overall? Please. No one is gonna draft a Lb that damn high. He's not even mocked in the top 5.http://walterfootball.com/draft2013charlie.php http://www.cbssports.com/nfl/draft/mock

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I hope we get the #1 pick and draft him Luke/Teo/Beason/TD 3-4 beast.With Hardy/Mcclain/Johnson on the line.

mcclain? as in terrell mcclain? the guy who we released before the regular season started?

also neither hardy nor johnson are archetypal 3-4 DEs. not at all.

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T'eo will be like Demeco Ryan at this level, really good but not elite.

Manziel is not a real prospect unless he progresses significantly in the next two years.

Not sold on Jarvis Jones, either.

We need to draft a defensive tackle and a wide receiver this year, anyways.

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What?

Have you watched College Football,dude has been by far the best defensive player in college football.Scouts are saying he is the next Ray Lewis and they are already predicting he will be the #1 pick yes the #1 pick and he's a LB.

And you have the nerve to say Luke was a better prospect.SMH

Luke Kuechly

*First-team All-American (2009, 2010, 2011)

*First-team All-ACC (2009, 2010, 2011)

ACC Defensive Rookie of the Year (2009)

Emerald Bowl Defensive MVP (2009)

Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl Defensive MVP (2011)

ACC Defensive Player of the Year (2011)

Butkus Award (2011)

Lombardi Award (2011)

Lott IMPACT Trophy (2011)

Bronko Nagurski Trophy (2011)

ACC Athlete of the Year (2012)

Freshman year - 158 tackles (2nd in country)

Soph year - 183 tackles (lead country)

Junior year - 191 tackles (lead country)

Kuechly posted about 100 more tackles in 1 less year in college. Since we are comparing...

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