wow, why? can you explain your reasoning for this?
I know White doesn't have much exposure right now because of his lack of elite speed, however, his ability to attack the ball, his precise route running, his burst off the line, and sneaky acceleration down field makes him an elite prospect in my mind.
Bryan Bulaga, T: He can start at left tackle and be a main stay for quite a few years, and he does noy break the bank. Makes sense for the Panthers to nab him or Roos.
Knowshon Moreno, RB: He would be an upper echelon number 2 RB, and could easily fill in as a number 1 if Stew went down. He will not be overly expensive coming off injury, and is another signing that just makes sense.
Brandon Tate, Duron Carter and Hakeem Nicks, WR: Tate seems to be coming here per Jeremy, and DG wanted him last year, he will be cheaper, and still have plenty of opportunities to be as successful as his talent suggests. Carter is an interesting prospect who could be coached and reach that huge ceiling he has.
Rahim Moore, S: DG said no more dollar shopping, so here is the big signing of the year. Moore is a spectacular safety and would fit right in the starting slot, he is still young with huge upside and I could easily see him ending up here.
I am sure there will be more guys as well, but this rounds out a pretty solid list. Onto the draft!
Rd 1, Pck 25: Shaq Thompson, LB, WAS: They say build upon your strengths, so why not draft a guy who is in a similar mold to TD? Shaq can cover anyone on the field and plays with instinct and natural athleticism. One of my favorite players in the draft, and he would make our LB core insane.
Rd 2, Pck 57: Jaelen Strong, WR, ARST: It would be a blessing if he fell here, but, with all the great receivers in the draft, you have to feel like there is a chance. Dude is a beast of a wr at 6'3' and would pair well with KB.
Rd 3, Pck 89: DJ Humphries, T/G, FLO: He can play multiple spots on the line and be developed into something more. High ceiling and versatile, just what we need on our line.
Rd 4, Pck 121: Wayne Lyons, CB, STAN: We need depth at CB, and Lyons is a steal in round 4.