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#1 MedellinHeel

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Posted 19 March 2014 - 08:25 AM

I do not think there is ANY way we do not leave this draft with one of these guys. With that said, who do you guys think is gonna have the best career in the NFL? 

 

Cyrus Kouandijo 6'7 322

 

 

Probably the most impressive of the bunch physically. Very quick for his size. I am just worried about the knee. Would really suck if he had a short career and became a wasted pick. 

 

 

Morgan Moses 6'6 314

 

 

I am concerned about his foot speed. Doesn't seem to be on the same level as the other guys in this group. Seems like a better RT to me, but then that brings up concerns with his run blocking. 

 

Antonio Tiny Richardson 6'6 336

 

 

Impressive physically. Very quick feet for his size. My concern is with his run blocking. He wiffs on a good number of blocks from the cut ups I've seen. 

 

Billy Turner 6'5 315

 

 

Probably the quickest feet out of all these guys. A little light on the lower body but as a LT I don't think that is a huge concern. 

 

 

As for who I like the best, it's hard to say. Id like Cyrus if not for the knee concerns. The only one I have question marks playing LT is Moses. 



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Posted 19 March 2014 - 08:27 AM

Which one has the best hands? Might need them to pull double duty



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Posted 19 March 2014 - 08:31 AM

Great post.

I am hoping we go OL early on, the more I think about it. We HAVE to be able to run the ball better this year.

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Posted 19 March 2014 - 08:35 AM

Richardson or Turner are my top two.

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Posted 19 March 2014 - 08:38 AM

I like Flemming in the 3rd as our new RT. Dude is big and power with solid foot speed. 

 

My ideal draft would look like this. 

 

1st - Honestly don't know what direction to go here. 

 

2nd - One of Cyrus, Richardson, Turner

 

3rd - Cameron Flemming

 

That would shore up our OL going forward imo. 



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Posted 19 March 2014 - 08:39 AM

Kouandijo? More like KouandiNO!! Imeanamirite???

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Posted 19 March 2014 - 08:40 AM

(1) Cyrus Kouandjio
(2) David Yankey, OT/OG
(3) Tiny Richardson
(4) Morgan Moses

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Posted 19 March 2014 - 08:52 AM

I like Flemming in the 3rd as our new RT. Dude is big and power with solid foot speed.

My ideal draft would look like this.

1st - Honestly don't know what direction to go here.

2nd - One of Cyrus, Richardson, Turner

3rd - Cameron Flemming

That would shore up our OL going forward imo.


Ideal draft with no idea who you want in the first? Seems odd.

#9 MedellinHeel

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Posted 19 March 2014 - 09:11 AM

Ideal draft with no idea who you want in the first? Seems odd.

 

I got people in mind, I just don't know what direction I want to go.

 

Ill get it sorted before draft. 



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Posted 19 March 2014 - 09:14 AM

Finally, a decent discussion topic!

 

For me, if we're looking at OL at 28, I'm thinking Morgan Moses.  I think he has the better ability to come in and play LT right away.  Richardson has the ability, but will his knees push him down as well.  Speaking of knee trouble, Kouandjio has the knee problems and issues with speed rushers.  I think that makes him a better RT at this point.

 

For the rest of the draft, there are a lot of good players who can probably come in and play either spot, given reasonable expectations of rookie OL.  It would start ugly, but could get better throughout the season.  I think we can definitely come out of the draft with two solid OL upgrades/starters if we make it a priority.



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Posted 19 March 2014 - 09:20 AM

I think there is a REAL good chance that Moses is the pick at 28.



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Posted 19 March 2014 - 09:21 AM

I do not think there is ANY way we do not leave this draft with one of these guys. With that said, who do you guys think is gonna have the best career in the NFL? 

 

Cyrus Kouandijo 6'7 322

 

Probably the most impressive of the bunch physically. Very quick for his size. I am just worried about the knee. Would really suck if he had a short career and became a wasted pick. 

 

 

Morgan Moses 6'6 314

 

I am concerned about his foot speed. Doesn't seem to be on the same level as the other guys in this group. Seems like a better RT to me, but then that brings up concerns with his run blocking. 

 

Antonio Tiny Richardson 6'6 336

 

Impressive physically. Very quick feet for his size. My concern is with his run blocking. He wiffs on a good number of blocks from the cut ups I've seen. 

 

Billy Turner 6'5 315

 

Probably the quickest feet out of all these guys. A little light on the lower body but as a LT I don't think that is a huge concern. 

 

 

As for who I like the best, it's hard to say. Id like Cyrus if not for the knee concerns. The only one I have question marks playing LT is Moses. 

 

You forgot the actual person that we will pick:

 

 

JaWuan James.



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Posted 19 March 2014 - 09:23 AM

Finally, a decent discussion topic!

 

For me, if we're looking at OL at 28, I'm thinking Morgan Moses.  I think he has the better ability to come in and play LT right away.  Richardson has the ability, but will his knees push him down as well.  Speaking of knee trouble, Kouandjio has the knee problems and issues with speed rushers.  I think that makes him a better RT at this point.

 

For the rest of the draft, there are a lot of good players who can probably come in and play either spot, given reasonable expectations of rookie OL.  It would start ugly, but could get better throughout the season.  I think we can definitely come out of the draft with two solid OL upgrades/starters if we make it a priority.

 

Do you not see his foot speed? It is not on the level of the other guys I mentioned. Go and watch his cut up and compare it to the other guys. It is visibly slower. To be a great LT you got to have pretty good foot speed. 

 

I am not sure about Moses in that regard. 



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Posted 19 March 2014 - 09:25 AM

You forgot the actual person that we will pick:

 

 

JaWuan James.

 

James is a RT. I actually like Flemming better if we are talking RT. Wouldn't be mad with James though (3rd)



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Posted 19 March 2014 - 09:28 AM

Luckily this is an Oline and WR rich draft.

I do think we will lean toward WR unless one of the top 3 OL guys fall to us. Even possibly go for a CB in Dennard if he is avail which is unlikely.

Of course this means we will draft two Lbers a HB and DT before addressing OL and WR in the draft.


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