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Im bored and think wasnt fully satisfied with my last one. Ready for the damn combine so I can see some numbers. I like the first two picks that MHS posted. Went and watched some tape on Floyd and man he comes off the snap fast.

- I like the idea of trading Beason for a pick. I doubt we could get a 3rd, so I will go with a 4th.

- With this draft we will need to pick up a vet OG

First Round: OT 6'7 310 Taylor Lewan Michigan

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I am a firm believer in solidifying / winning the trenches first. I see this guy being able to come in an contribute immediately, esp if we part ways with Gross.

Second Round: DT 6'3 303 Sharrif Floyd Florida

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Like I mentioned earlier, this dude explodes off the line. Feel like he has alot of upside.

Fourth Round: OLB 6'2 230 Zaviar Goodsen Missouri

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I like this guy as a prospect. Athletic and runs a 4.4 forty. Has been up and down at Mizzu.

Fourth Round: S 6'2 215 Zeke Motta Notre Dame

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Good tackler and has nice speed. Not sure about his ball skills though. Not much tape on him as it was his first year starting for the Irish.

Fifth Round: DT 6'3 330 Montori Hughes Tennessee - Martin

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Big and nasty.

Six Round: CB/S 6'3 191 Melvin "MJ' White Louisiana-Lafayette

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Tall Athletic Fast DB that has played both S and CB. Has a nice highlight clip

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I really want a WR in this draft, but we need to sure up the lines first.

And next year draft a stud WR.

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It amazes me how obsesses some people are already over the draft. Can't wait to be a winning team so we can look forward to something other than drafts

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wouldn't be mad with this though. Especially the first 3 pics

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I like it well enough. I'd definitely prefer we go DT/WR than OT/DT but I could definitely see the benefit of this draft class for us.

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We could lose Gross, Dwan, and Ron and be fine with this draft class imo.

Still need a smitty replacement and access our young DB's for next years draft.

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Do not want Lewan.

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when matched up vs Bama he(Lewan) did not look that well. il hold my judgement until monday when he faces Clowney.

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lol like one of mine...filled with oline and defense. i aint posting no more of mine on here till like after the combine ......but ive did about about 10 md's.

i like some of this though. keep it up. we got to get a wr first or sec though.......

since you draft ot high ........can jake matthews and lane johnson play left tackle in the nfl????.

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