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Which prospects do you DISLIKE?

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Who wants to bet me right now that Hankins will be available when we pick in the second?

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Who wants to bet me right now that Hankins will be available when we pick in the second?

I'm not to sure about Hankins as well.. But i think someone will bite on him before the second round... Anything can happen from here till April 25 though

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Its always that one player in every draft that is hyped and I PRAY we do not pick. Hankins is that player this year.

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I see so many users on here going around saying how they love every single player, you never hear any of them actually being against a player and giving logical reasons why.

I try to do this as much as possible, because hey, what's the fun of liking every prospect? And there are plenty of busts every year.

That being said, here are some names from the first and second round that I dislike:

John Hankins

Taylor Lewan

Keenan Allen

Matt Elam

Kenny Vaccarro

Eric Reid

TJ McDonald

Robert Lester

Barrett Jones

Kawaan Short

Yours?

Can I ask you why you dislike Reid?

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Can I ask you why you dislike Reid?

I just find him severely overrated. DBs from LSU instantly get recognition just because of the name. Reid was a good college player, and is attractive to some because of his big hits. That will not be the case in the NFL. He takes terrible angles and very risky hits in the open field that will result in missed tackles.

He is not the guy I want in the last line of our defense.

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Baccari Rambo

Taylor Lewan

Anything from Clemson

Most of the ones from LSU

That's about it.

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I just find him severely overrated. DBs from LSU instantly get recognition just because of the name. Reid was a good college player, and is attractive to some because of his big hits. That will not be the case in the NFL. He takes terrible angles and very risky hits in the open field that will result in missed tackles.

He is not the guy I want in the last line of our defense.

Do you think he should go back for his senior year? For polish?

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Do you think he should go back for his senior year? For polish?

Nah he'll do what every LSU player does and jump to the NFL when they realize how much money they'll make.

I'm pretty sure all the LSU defenders have declared.

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Who wants to bet me right now that Hankins will be available when we pick in the second?

I wouldn't doubt it. I was LOLing hard when people were mocking Devon Still anywhere in the first round last year. I can't see a team dumb enough to buy Hankins hype.

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