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ICON
04-14-2011, 12:21 PM
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cmhargrove
04-14-2011, 03:44 PM
You would really use a second round pick on another Center? Really?

I'm just saying that if I took an offensive player with the 46 pick, it would have to be a potential starter. That means a pass catching TE, a co-starter RB, or someone that might be able to compete at RT.

I'm not being a butthole, but Walton should get another year. His size is the same, and his collegiate career was every bit as good.

ICON
04-14-2011, 05:31 PM
You would really use a second round pick on another Center? Really?

I'm just saying that if I took an offensive player with the 46 pick, it would have to be a potential starter. That means a pass catching TE, a co-starter RB, or someone that might be able to compete at RT.

I'm not being a butthole, but Walton should get another year. His size is the same, and his collegiate career was every bit as good.Dang no no no ...Praise for J.D Walton I posted the wrong vid sorry about the mix up that pick should have been

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Size: Marcus Cannon 6 foot 5 350 pounds. Cannon has elite size for an offensive lineman.

Learning Rate: Cannon learns new plays for offensive line schemes right away.

Football IQ: Cannon is one of the smarter players in college football.

Awareness: Marcus Cannon has elite awareness for an offensive lineman. His awareness is uncanny and he picks up on bltiz schemes very quickly.

Pass Blocker: Cannon is one of the better pass blockers in college football.

Run Blocker: Cannon can also be used as a run blocker.

Zone Blocker: Even at 350 pounds Cannon has quick happy feet. Plus he does not look like someone that would zone block with his size. Cannon displayed amazing footwork at the NFL Combine in the offensive line drills despite running a bad 40 time.

Intangibles: Cannon has pro bowl intangibles for an offensive lineman and is willing to do whatever it takes to win.

Two Position Player: Cannon can play right tackle or move inside to right guard.

KipCorrington25
04-14-2011, 06:05 PM
You would really use a second round pick on another Center? Really?

I'm just saying that if I took an offensive player with the 46 pick, it would have to be a potential starter. That means a pass catching TE, a co-starter RB, or someone that might be able to compete at RT.

I'm not being a butthole, but Walton should get another year. His size is the same, and his collegiate career was every bit as good.

Yeah it's like using a second on a tight end again when we just drafted Richard Quinn in the second two years ago... oops, wait, that was a McCheat pick, bust. ROFL!

Arkie
04-14-2011, 07:03 PM
Round 1 (2)
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Round 2 (36)
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Round 2 (46)
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Round 3 (67)
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