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Kenny Vaccaro on the rise FS Texas

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In that situation, who would trade back?

The star players are all gone. No one is going to want to move all the way up to take someone that will be of equal value when they draft.

Is it possible to trade with St. Louis. they have two first round picks so im sure they could be a little more need based when it comes to picking. alot of mocks now have them wanting chance warmack, allen or reciever, or Vaccaro. could we trade down form 14 to 22 for their 3rd round pick?

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I think Vacarro is going to shoot up draft boards soon. People seem to forget that the rookie pay scale makes drafting certain positions early in the draft much easier. Look at Barron last year. I prefer a DT in the first though.

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It looks like he is flying up draft boards. Could end up being the best player available on defense when we pick.

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I'd be surprised to see us select Vaccaro at 14; to say the least.

His stock may be on the rise but I doubt he will go top 20. He would be a serious reach at 14 and I think there will be better players on the board that can make a bigger impact on this team right away.

Although, if the reports that we wanted Barron at 9 last year are true, Rivera must be behind the idea that we need a safety. I just wish there was an Earl Thomas/ Eric Berry in this draft.

I like Kenny's athleticism and instincts and he is as physical as they come but I don't see him as a true ball-hawking safety and this defense needs takeaways. However, if CJ and Kraken continue to get after the QBs as they have been, that could go a long away towards helping him out. Vaccaro covers ground in the secondary and looks to be a sure tackler in the open field. He doesn't shy away from contact and next to Godfrey they would both be good in run support but we need someone who excels in coverage and I'm just not sure how he is in that regard.

If he was the pick, I'd support the pick and Kenny 100%.

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I really don't know where we should go with the first pick tbh. Is Vaccaro good enough to be taken at 14? I don't know. We could also use another receiver and bolster both lines

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I really don't know where we should go with the first pick tbh. Is Vaccaro good enough to be taken at 14? I don't know. We could also use another receiver and bolster both lines

No he definitely isn't worth taking at 14, he takes terrible angles and there are guys I'd much rather have in my last line of defense that we could get in the 2nd or 4th.

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hell naw at 14. not even in the 2nd!

OL DL WR in in the top of the draft

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who wants david amerson as a saftey

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I like DJ Cambell back there. I feel ok with him. Would feel better with a big physical Safety with good speed and football IQ. I just think we need to go big men in the first round, be it offense or defense, we need first round line talent. We need to replace Gross, Edwards, and Maybe Hardy (ufa next year). We need a RG but I would look for one of those in free agency or 4-5th round. A RT would be great but I can live with Byron Bell. If you take a Safety in the first round you better be thinking Ed Reed/Sean Taylor good. Above all else, whomever we take needs to be a hit. The Kuechly pick was a home run simply because he's good. We need good football players.

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Chance Warmack pls

Call him an OT on draft day if it will make folks feel better that they drafted oline, just make sure he is at the guard position when training camp comes :D

If not him then Vaccaro, Allen, Patterson, or Richardson i could live with as well.

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