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Damon Magazu, S, ECU

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He's got a solid chance to be drafted next year. Anyone agree/disagree? Where would you feel comfortable drafting him?

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I'd feel good about spending a late round pick on him.

Depending on how he does this year however, I have much more interest in Justin Hardy coming here. I think Hardy could very well be picked in the top 3 rounds, and could be a potential replacement to Smith.

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Magazu is a good Safety... he doesn't have elite speed or strength, but he's just one of those guys who ALWAYS seems to be in the right place for the HUGE INT.

Hardy... WANT... WANT...WANT. Kid is an absolute game changer at WR. He will be an NFL #1 or #2 receiver within 2-3 years.

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