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CatMan72

Who was the 28th overall pick for the last few years?

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Since we have the 28th overall pick this year, I thought it would be interesting to see who has been picked 28th in past drafts: 

 

2013: Sylvester Williams, DT

2012: Nick Perry, LB

2011: Mark Ingram, RB

2010: Jared Odrick, DT

2009: Eric Wood, C

2008: Lawrence Jackson, DE

2007: Joe Staley, OT

2006: Marcedes Lewis, TE

2005: Luis Castillo, DT

2004: Chris Gamble, CB

 

So overall it looks like you can find yourself a pretty good player with the 28th pick, in fact we found ourselves a pretty good one the last time we had the 28th pick in '04. 

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no doubt about it, talent will be there and I trust Gettleman and team to select a stud....it'll be interesting to see what we value more - OL? WR? CB? do we do best player available?

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Five guys I'd like to see us consider who will likely be available:

Jordan Matthews, WR, Vanderbilt

Cyril Richardson, OG/OT, Baylor

Brandin Cooks, WR, Oregon State

Gabe Jackson, OG, Mississippi State

Antonio Richardson, OT, Tennessee

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That's some bad players. Really.

Most of the guys on there are still hard to make a judgement on, but the only one worth looking at is Joe Staley.

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you could say the same about any top 10 pick for the most part

 

Not really.

 

Lets just look at a random pick in the top 10: "no.7".

 

2013: Jonathan Cooper, OG, North Carolina

2012: Mark Barron, S, Alabama

2011: Aldon Smith, OLB, Mizzou

2010: Joe Haden, CB, Florida

2009: Darius Heyward-Bey, WR, Maryland

2008: Derrick Harvey, DE, Florida

2007: Adrian Peterson, RB, Oklahoma

2006: Michael Huff, S, Texas

2005: Troy Williamson, WR, South Carolina

2004: Roy Williams, WR, Texas

2003: Byron Leftwich, QB, Marshall

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If Carolina doesnt trade down, which I think they should.  I think they should take Austin Seferian-Jenkins with #28. Olsen isnt getting an older. They havnt really found his replacemnt and good free agent TE's are hard to come by.

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Not really.

Lets just look at a random pick in the top 10: "no.7".

2013: Jonathan Cooper, OG, North Carolina

2012: Mark Barron, S, Alabama

2011: Aldon Smith, OLB, Mizzou

2010: Joe Haden, CB, Florida

2009: Darius Heyward-Bey, WR, Maryland

2008: Derrick Harvey, DE, Florida

2007: Adrian Peterson, RB, Oklahoma

2006: Michael Huff, S, Texas

2005: Troy Williamson, WR, South Carolina

2004: Roy Williams, WR, Texas

2003: Byron Leftwich, QB, Marshall

I'm not sure you proved your point. AP, Haden, and Aldon Smith are all world, but Williamson, Harvey and Hayward bey are busts, leftwich and Roy were overall disappointments, huff wasn't notable. Too soon to tell for the last 2.

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That number 7 analysis had way better luck in the pros. Even the guys who weren't stand outs were something for a bit. Smith, Haden, Barron, Peterson are good. That is way better than 2/10 for the 28th pick. Roy William was very productive for a few years. Huff was productive as well for an extended period of time. Byron couldn't stay healthy long enough to do anything. 

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