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#31 Riverboat Ron

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Posted 21 January 2013 - 05:28 PM

I'm just going to do a top 5 because unless you're doing a top 50 then its kinda pointless.

Feel free to post as many prospects as you like.

My top 5:

1. Eric Fisher
2. Chance Warmack
3. Cordarrelle Patterson
4. Jesse Williams
5. Jonathan Banks


Very close to the same top 5 as me.

1. Chance Warmack
2. Eric Fisher
3. Cordarrelle Patterson
4. Jonathan Banks
5. Jesse Williams

I honestly think Warmack and Fisher will be gone by #14, so it wouldn't surprise me at all if we take Patterson.

#32 KendrickPanther

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Posted 21 January 2013 - 05:42 PM

1. Eric Fisher
2. Chance Warmack (I don't expect him to be here tbh)
3.Cordarrelle Patterson
4. Eric Reid
5. Ezekiel Ansah
6. Justin Hunter
7. Johnathan Hankins

If these guys aren't available I'm at a loss for words. There are actually a few guys I would rather have that I expect to be off the board.

#33 Kurb

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Posted 22 January 2013 - 10:33 AM

pre combine
1a. Keenan Allen
1b. Cordarrelle Patterson
3. Sheldon Richradson
4. Chance Warmack
5. Jesse Williams

going into the season i was big Hankins fan,but he was meh this past season.


Pretty much same for me.
I think RG is a bigger issue than either T on the o-line right now.
I need to learn more about Patterson...

#34 Bwood

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Posted 22 January 2013 - 11:22 AM

Pretty much same for me.
I think RG is a bigger issue than either T on the o-line right now.
I need to learn more about Patterson...


The basics:

6'3" 205 lbs. should run a low 4.3 forty yard dash.

Junior college transfer that made an impact immediately, dominating the SEC and overshadowing his #1 receiver Justin Hunter.

His two biggest issues are sloppy route running and occasional drops, but those are very common attributes in a rookie. He is absolutely deadly with the ball, probably one of the most explosive players I've ever watched.

Not only could be a #1 receiver, but his best skill is returning punts and kicks.

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Posted 22 January 2013 - 11:25 AM

The basics:

6'3" 205 lbs. should run a low 4.3 forty yard dash.

Junior college transfer that made an impact immediately, dominating the SEC and overshadowing his #1 receiver Justin Hunter.

His two biggest issues are sloppy route running and occasional drops, but those are very common attributes in a rookie. He is absolutely deadly with the ball, probably one of the most explosive players I've ever watched.

Not only could be a #1 receiver, but his best skill is returning punts and kicks.



Didnt he have drug issues ?



Unrelated:

Fisher is mashing peoples faces today from tweets I read.

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Posted 22 January 2013 - 11:29 AM

Didnt he have drug issues ?



Unrelated:

Fisher is mashing peoples faces today from tweets I read.


I believe that was ex Tennessee receiver Da'Rick Rodgers. Patterson seems like a really funny/chill guy.

Fisher is my number one prospect for us right now, he's just on another level. Unfortunately that means there's no way he gets passed the Chargers.

#37 carpanfan96

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Posted 22 January 2013 - 04:23 PM

I doubt Fisher even makes it to the Chargers.

There's always a few QB's that get bumped up into the top 12 though and that will make a few prospects drop in the actual draft. Glennon seemed to be a favorite to shoot up the rankings board pre combine. I fully expect him to go top 12 in the draft if he has good showings this week and at the combine.

Patterson will end up being a top 15 pick and probably be the number one WR off the board. Warmack will also end up being top 10, he's got a way higher ceiling then Decastro did last year. (Main reason DeCastro fell so far, other then being a guard).


My draft board for Carolina would look like this (Based on who would be at 14)



Patterson, Allen
Je. Williams, Richardson
Ansah (Just cause he's a beast of a prospect and you can never have enough pass rushers.) (The Giants took JPP when they had proven pass rushers already on the team.)



I'm not a big fan of the CB's that would be around at 14, either not physical enough or don't fit the scheme here in Carolina. I'm not listing Fisher or Warmack because neither will be there, but they would shoot up to the top of my list if one was available there. Not really anyone else at OT or OG worthy of a top 15 pick in this draft.


I like the value of the second round for guards, will be plenty of value in the second round to pick up a RG or RT to fix most of the line issues.


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