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#1759473 12 Undrafted Fas Signed...

Posted by ClarkCam on 01 May 2012 - 01:02 AM

More roster spots are filled with drafted players than with udfa's. Can't fix ignorant.

You are making a very "ignorant" argument. You just can't admit what you said earlier was rather in poor taste. To say UDFA's all suck, is poor form. Sure, they are probably not going to make a huge impact, but to make such a wide-sweeping statement is what makes you "ignorant". You have went away from your original saying of "they all suck" to, "most guys on a team are drafted". You messed up on your first statement, and that's fine. However, please stop trying to defend such a poor position...

You act like none of the UFAs even have a shot. THAT is ignorant.

I just quoted you to say.... You are right, this guy is dense, as you said earlier.

#1753069 Pfw Ranks Amini Silatolu 22Nd Best Player In The Entire Draft....

Posted by ClarkCam on 27 April 2012 - 08:07 PM

There were other players that were damn good there as well, that actually filled huge needs..... Our defense still blows... That's all I'm saying.

#1752467 Carolina Panthers Draft Amini Silatolu Og Midwestern

Posted by ClarkCam on 27 April 2012 - 06:38 PM

The only thing that made me happy was the giant ass the second poster put.... Other than that... Da fug....

#1745890 Brockers Vs Cox

Posted by ClarkCam on 25 April 2012 - 05:13 PM

I read this and all I see is "he isn't a star-in-shorts and previous LSU picks weren't good so we he has red flags". All I can say is if you're judging prospects on combine performance and previous players from his school, that's simply ignorant. These two factors are probably the two LEAST indicative of how someone is going to turn out possible. Brockers is going to be good, bet on it. Not running fast and not benching much at the combine and Glenn Dorsey and Tyson Jackson will not stop him.

I said I wasn't judging his complete ability by this... I was saying, those are definitely red flags... Dorsey was better in college, and he still has only proved to be mediocre, or slightly above. Brockers is a hoss, and if you had read my previous posts, I would have made it clear that I thought he had both potential and talent.

#1740830 Draft Rumor Station

Posted by ClarkCam on 23 April 2012 - 10:28 AM

Rams are saying they want a starting dt so they may go cox at 6.

Good, I want Gilmore.

#1739812 Mockos Grande

Posted by ClarkCam on 22 April 2012 - 03:36 PM

I think Wright would even be there in the second....

#1739151 Gilmore Overlooked By Board

Posted by ClarkCam on 21 April 2012 - 05:32 PM

Let me explain my thoughts and reasoning. This guy has 4.4 speed, is 6'1", 190 pounds, and is all around prototypical corner build. This guy has also played at the SEC level and was a leader on his team. Gilmore has been shooting up draft boards and has even been rumored to be seen as better than Claiborne. If we got this guy, I think this would be not a reach, but a great pick. It fills a need, and he would arguable be the best player on the board.

Here are sources citing how highly he is ranked comparatively to Claiborne, and picks.

SI's Peter King, Dan Pompei of the National Football Post, and NFL Network's Mike Mayock and Mike Lombardi have all recently either reported or suggested that Gilmore is top-ten material. In Caplan's mock draft he has Gilmore going to Buffalo with the tenth overall pick.

People all around the league are talking about the potential and skill of this guy, and most of you are too stubborn to like him. All corners will get burned, and yes, he needs to stay lower to the ground in his backpedal, but this guy is top 10 material.

NFL Films' Greg Cosell also stated in a Friday radio interview that Gilmore is a better prospect than Claiborne, the 2011 Thorpe Award winner. "He's a hot guy," Lombardi said of Gilmore. "I was told Jacksonville actually likes him more than Claiborne." Lombardi also sent Gilmore to the Jags in his latest mock draft. At this point, we'd be surprised if Gilmore got out of the top-ten picks, and No. 7 seems his likeliest destination.


Here is just a video showing some good and bad plays of Gilmore. One of the better blitzers out of the slot that I've seen at corner.

This is from a year ago mind you, and he has been getting better...... This guy breaks on the ball hard.

So, what I am trying to say is, don't discount this guy. He is a legitimate prospect who has good game tape as well.

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#1731487 Kirkpatrick Vs. Gilmore

Posted by ClarkCam on 16 April 2012 - 09:59 AM

I think it is pretty questionable to say "Kirkpatrick is the best corner, period" like some of you are saying because of the fact that so many scouts have them pretty neck and neck.... With Gilmore usually coming out on top for most analysts. You can say all you want that "Gilmore is a Dontari Poe", but that's just not true. He has had good game tape, combine just brought him up even more. I can't explain to you how it was overlooked, but I can tell you the guy has talent and that it is not purely based on his combine.

#1727319 Let's Be Honest Here........

Posted by ClarkCam on 12 April 2012 - 12:46 PM

I was using a sarcastic font

Well "let's be honest", would you really be that surprised to read what you typed from someone else as something they were actually trying to prove as fact? Can't blame me lol

#1725302 Coples Vs. Derrick Harvey (08' Draft Bust)

Posted by ClarkCam on 10 April 2012 - 11:49 PM

HOLY poo! How did we not see this! Do not deny the truth that is height, weight, and speed!

#1714733 Guys, Guys...cam Was Not The First Freak Of Nature To Do The Superman Pose...

Posted by ClarkCam on 02 April 2012 - 10:30 PM

then GTFO

edit: The Huddle is full of bad role models. It seems like every new peson comes in with a JackAss remark to fit with the "big boys" . Camon people be a leader not a follower lol

Because I don't care about this troll of a thread? It sounds like you are the one trying to be a "big boy" and try to lecture me. Don't be such a dumb ass.

#1713833 Panthers Mull Option At Cb

Posted by ClarkCam on 02 April 2012 - 02:12 PM

I see where both Philly and JT are coming from, but I probably side more with JT.... Our Dline was pretty crappy from the get go, our LB core was solid before injuries and both are returning. I would bank on at least one of them to return and play well. I'm sure Kuelechy is a damn fine player, but we have positions that don't have returning pro bowlers (granted from injury). These positions are simply void of game changing talent and we have a chance to hit that at DE with Coples. If Coples is gone, I'm not so sure any CB, other than Claiborne (who will be gone) warrants the 9th pick, and the same goes for DT. In that situation, if we got Kuelechy, I guess that would be okay? But you would in essence be telling Thomas Davis to piss off....


If we were to pick LBer I would choose Ingram... Rivera likes to use his LBers for blitzing and this guy is fast, he is agile, he can tackle, and he get get after the passer. You could possibly even put him down on the line sometimes. He is so versatile and you can do so many things with him. I would say Ingram or Coples with nine, and I don't see how neither of them would be there. Luke Kulechy is simply a tackling machine, but picking a tackling machine so high doesn't seem worth it. Someone who can get after the passer and do a variety of things seems worth the pick. Ingram or Coples yeaaa

#1713528 Typical Time To Return After Achilles Tear

Posted by ClarkCam on 02 April 2012 - 09:59 AM

Ugh how many treads need to be started trying to prove that Beason is not going to be ready while ignoring what his own doctors have said. Don't sleep on Beason the dude is super motivated and ahead of schedule.

I get what you were saying even though people were trying to grill you on it. The guy is a beast, and he's going to do what it takes to get back on the field. I am somewhat worried, I won't lie... But at the same time I have faith in this guy to put time into his rehab etc.