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Old 03-23-2008, 04:36 AM   #151
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126 New York Giants: Eric Young, OG, Tennessee

Height: 6-3 5/8

Weight: 310

Selection made at 3:45 am eastern time

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Old 03-23-2008, 10:49 PM   #152
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KC- Chad Rinehart, G/T, Northern Iowa

I just got on ill stick around for a bit if he has been taken let me know ASAP
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KC- Chad Rinehart, G/T, Northern Iowa

I just got on ill stick around for a bit if he has been taken let me know ASAP
He has not been taken yet.
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thanks, it was either he or Eric Young, so you made my pick easier.
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thanks, it was either he or Eric Young, so you made my pick easier.
Those are the 2 guys I had narrowed down as well.
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NOTE TO ALL:

If you want to know who has been taken, check the alphabetical list on the first post of the discussion thread. All of the players that have been taken are listed there.

Thank you. That is all.

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With the 128th overall Pick the Rams select Andre Fluellen of Florida State.



Andre Fluellen DT 6í4 280 Florida St.
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After a year as a backup, Fluellen became a starter on the Nole defensive line. In 2005, he had 26 tackles, 7.5 for loss, and 2.5 sacks on the season. A year later, his numbers were almost identical. He had 28 tackles, eight for loss, with .5 sack on the year. Huge numbers were expected this year, but injuries derailed his season. He played in nine games, starting four, but finished with just 16 tackles, one for loss, and one sack.

Fluellen is a talented, versatile defensive lineman. He is a good athlete, with very good quickness. He has a quick first step and can gain penetration to disrupt the action. He has played different spots on the interior line, and may be able to play on the edge in the NFL. He may have the ability to play in the 3-4 along with a 4-3 alignment.

Size is the big issue with Fluellen. He is undersized for an interior lineman. He must get bigger to hold up at the point of attack against offensive lineman. If he is taken with the idea of playing end, he lacks the standout athleticism and closing speed to be a true playmaker off the edge.

Fluellen is a very good interior line prospect. That is his best position, but he will have to gain weight to live up to his potential. His true size may be the ultimate deciding factor in where he is selected in April. He will need a big post season to gain momentum leading up to the draft, because he was not able to improve his stock on the field because of an injury.


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15. Safety Kenny Phillips Miami.
33. LB Dan Connor PSU.
65. WR Harry Douglas Louisville.
76. WR Earl Bennett Vanderbilt.
97. CB Orlando Scandrick Boise State.
128. DT Andre Fluellen Florida State.
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The Atlanta Falcons Select:

Ezra Butler

Outside Linebacker | Senior | Nevada
Height: 6-11/2 | Weight: 245 | 40-Time: 4.55

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Strengths:
Has excellent size with long arms...Very good timed speed...Has great range and a burst to close...Excellent athleticism...Big hitter...Physical, aggressive and plays with a mean streak...A terrific pass rusher...Decent production...Real tough...Good intangibles...Great special teamer...Offers some versatility...Still has some upside.

Weaknesses:
Needs to refine his technique...Doesn't do a great job versus the run...Can be too aggressive at times...Has some troubling shedding blocks needs to use his hands better...Relies too much on his speed as a pass rusher...Just average in coverage and lacks top hands and ball skills..He doesn't always play up to his measurables.

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Was born in South Africa and also lived in London before moving to United States as a teenager...Father is a two-time Grammy nominated guitarist, songwriter and music producer...Weighed 275 lbs. coming out of high school and actually began his college career as a defensive tackle...Played in a 3-4 defense in college...Was a three-year starter...Workout Warrior with a lot of potential...Has all the physical tools you look for and could be a fit for either a 4-3 or 3-4 scheme at the pro level.
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Year GP TKL TFL SACK PBU INT
2003 DNP - - - - -
2004 8 19 4.0 0.5 1 0
2005 12 75 15.5 5.5 3 0
2006 13 71 18.0 7.5 1 1
2007 10 87 12.5 2.5 2 3
Totals 43 252 50.0 16.0 7 4


With the loss of Williams the Falcons have needs at LB and find a great addition to their team in the mid 2nd day. Butler will be expected to contribute significantly on special teams and will challenge for a starting spot on defense.

pick made at 0700 (mtn) Monday, March 24th, 2008
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The Denver Broncos select Quintin Demps S Texas El Paso



STRENGTHS

Quintin has what all good safeties must have to be successful at the next level -- intelligence! He is one of the smartest safeties in this draft. He has good overall athletic talent to play his position and shows solid cover one on one abilities. Quintin exhibits great leadership skills and an excellent burst to make a tackle or to intercept the ball. Because of his intelligence, he could be used in a single safety zone system; however, his impact defense would be a two deep zone system. Quintin is a bit of a sleeper; if your team drafts this kid, they just drafted a safety that will impact and become a core player of your defense in a few years.



NEEDS TO IMPROVE

Quintin needs some technique work and when he receives it, his cover skills should be much better than they are right now. He has good speed and quickness, but he has to learn to trust his techniques more and not break too quickly looking for the big play. You will go through some growing pains with Quintin, but if you are patient, the rewards should be many.



TALENT BOARD ROUND 3

As I said, there is a little work to be done before Quintin becomes the player I believe he will become, but it will be worth it. He will help on special teams and in nickel-dime situations until he learns what is expected of him as a starting Free Safety in the NFL. This is one smart kid and when you have a kid with this kind of intelligence and athletic talent, it's just a matter of time before he puts it all together and becomes a hell of a free safety for the team that drafts him.

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2003 DNP - - - -
2004 11 58 4 2 73
2005 12 78 6 3 50
2006 12 67 5 7 61
2007 12 72 9 5 220
Total 47 275 24 17 404

Demps will be an immediate help on Special teams and will be in the mix for PR and KR duties.


Pick made at 12-45pm Eastern Time
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Kansas City Chiefs select: Wallace Gilberry, DE, Alabama

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With the first of two, fifth round picks
The New Joisey Jets select:

Owen Schmitt, FB, WVA, 6'2", 247


STRENGTHS
Owen is a big, powerful kid who likes the physical part of the game of football. By this, I mean he likes to hit. He has good speed and shows strong hands, but most of all, this kid loves to block. It looks to me like he could be used as a Fullback or H-Back -- perhaps even as a TE on the line. Donít get me wrong: blocking is not the only thing this kid can do. He shows a little bit of lateral agility when he runs through the tackles along with good vision. He does a solid job of catching the ball out of the backfield. Owen is a ďjack-of-all-trades, ace of noneĒ type of guy. He reminds me a lot of Mike Alstott except that Mike was not as good a blocker as Owen is.

NEEDS TO IMPROVE
Owen is not as athletic as most NFL players. He does not do things in a smooth or pretty way. Everything Owen is able to accomplish on the field is because of his effort, heart and passion to play the game. So if youíre looking for a pretty boy to block for you, then I suggest you look someplace else because when Owen starts to rumble, there is thunder in the jungle.

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When you look in the dictionary for the definition of a Football player, I suspect that Owensís face will be the first thing you see. Owen will be a match-up nightmare. Even though he is small in stature, I believe because of his strength, passion, intelligence and work ethic that he will be an excellent TE in-line blocker. Owen will move the chains for you. He will move them when you need him to run for those two yards on third down or catch the ball for a five-yard pick up. I will not be surprised at all to see Owen chosen in the latter part of the first round. The only reason I have not put a 1st round grade on him is because I am not sure how good his hands are for the NFL level. His team does not throw him the ball that much. I donít know how far past the line of scrimmage that he is comfortable catching the ball. That doesnít mean I would not pick Owen early in this draft because in Owensís case, you are drafting something that most NFL teams and players do not have very much of in todayís game. You are drafting his passion to play football and to hit someone -- anyone, something -- at anytime and for any reason. Iím going to call him Owen (Thunder) Schmitt because like I said before, when Owen starts to rumble, there is thunder in the jungle. (Huddle Report)

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Old 03-24-2008, 03:32 PM   #162
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The San Francisco 49ers select:

Bruce Davis, OLB, UCLA



Strengths:
Very athletic...Good timed speed...Outstanding quickness with a burst to close...A terror off the edge...Very active with a non-stop motor...A team leader with great intangibles...Rangy and makes plays in pursuit...Versatile and has played both DE and OLB...Extremely productive..Would dominate games at times...Nice Bloodlines.

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Vastly undersized and desperately needs to bulk up..A liability versus the run and struggles to hold his ground or get a push...Strength is well below average...One trick pony with a meager pass rush repertoire...He racked up a lot of his numbers against weak opponents...Struggles to shed....A 'tweener without a true position.

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Father, who's also named Bruce, played at UCLA and was a member of two Super Bowl championship teams as an offensive tackle...Uncle Ronnie also played for the Bruins...A one-dimensional pass rush specialist who will probably have to move to outside linebacker at the next level...Great college player who doesn't project well to the pros...Needs to land in the right situation and best shot may come in a 3-4.


Pick was made at 9:25 CST. The Chicago Bears are on the clock.

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Well, its 10:50am est time so i think its ok to go here:


With the #135th pick of the NFL draft the Buffalo Bills select;


Brian Johnston, DE, Gardner-Webb

Height: 6-5. Weight: 276.
Projected 40 Time: 4.78.
Pro Day 40 Time: 4.66.
Vertical 35.
Projected Round: 3-4.

Brian Johnston opened some eyes at his combine, running a 4.66 and notching a 35-inch vertical at 276 pounds. A major sleeper in this year's draft.
A very productive end out of Gardner-Webb, Brian Johnston accumulated seven sacks in 2006, making the All-Big South first team. Level of competition is naturally an issue.


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Good sized DE, has decent athletic ability. Good against the run and pass. Good enough athlete to have started as a Frosh at SLB, and caught a 3 yard touchdown pass this season. Has benched 450, squatted 505,
Weaknesses

Has been able to use raw strength and speed to overwhelm opponents, he does not have a polished array of moves. Has short arms. 31.75 inches, for such a rangy athlete and needs to work on getting underneath the quicker footed OTs he'll face at the next level.
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A possible 6th or even a 5th rounder. If he can get stronger and keep his speed and quickness he could be a real find on day 2. It's not impossible a team could try him as a 3-4 OLB but he is not used to being in space.


Pick was made at 10:52am Est. 24Champbailey is on the clock with lex to pick anytime.
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Lex and the Chicago Bears select:

Chris McDuffie, OG, Clemson
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The Rams with the 137th pick of the draft. Select William Robinson OT out of San Diego St.




San Diego State offensive tackle William Robinson is somewhat of an unknown to most outside of West Coast scouts as he has come along slowly over the past two years. He is nearly 6-foot-6, 290 pounds, which is about 15 pounds heavier than his previous weight listed on the school's Web site. A raw-skilled left tackle with good feet, he plays with balance but needs to get stronger.


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15. Safety Kenny Phillips Miami.
33. LB Dan Connor PSU.
65. WR Harry Douglas Louisville.
76. WR Earl Bennett Vanderbilt.
97. CB Orlando Scandrick Boise State.
128. DT Andre Fluellen Florida State.
137. OT William Robinson San Diego State.


Pick made at 9:14 Mountain time.
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Arkie was a smart man and PMed me his selection.

Arkie takes Tyvon Branch, CB, UConn

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With the 138th selection, the Titans are excited to find another redzone target on the board!

WR - MARCUS MONK

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With their #139th pick the Buffalo Bills select:

Brad Cottam, TE, Tennesse

Height: 6-7. Weight: 270.
Projected 40 Time: 4.68.
Combine 40 Time: 4.68.
Pro Day 40 Time: 4.69.
Benchx225: 24. Vertical: 36.5.
Projected Round: 2-3.





A monstrous tight end with decent size, Brad Cottam could be the best blocker at his position in this class.


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Has excellent size and a big frame..A very good natural athlete...Real smart and a hard worker with top-notch intangibles...Above average timed speed...Gives good effort as a blocker...Works well in space....Runs decent routes...Has a little upside.

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Has very little starting experience...Was not overly productive...Needs to play with better leverage..Is not as dominant of a blocker as he should be...Has to be more physical and aggressive....Hands are questionable...Durability might be a concern.
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I think I might actually receive hate mail for this pick but personally I think the low risk could be worth the high reward.

With the 140th pick of the 2008 NFL draft the Denver Broncos select:

Adarius Bowman WR Oklahoma State

STRENGTHS
Adarius is a big, powerful WR with strong hands, good speed and the overall size to make him a match-up nightmare for any CB, Safety or LB at the next level. He runs good routes and understands how to shield off a smaller, quicker CB from jumping the slant routes that will make or break this kid at the next level. He does a solid job blocking for the sweep and looks to be a good teammate. Adarius has the athletic talent and ability to be the Top WR in this draft, but right now he is not.

NEEDS TO IMPROVE
First, Adarius is coming off a knee injury and is not all the way back from it. He also struggles catching the ball, but I feel this can be corrected. I believe he may have a problem with his eyes, causing issues with his depth perception. I think Adarius also struggles learning and remembering his assignments. This might be attached to the eye problem that I have noticed. I think this kid is proud and has trouble asking for help. This is just a gut instinct on my part, but thatís what I sense is the problem because the kid has the talent. A search of Adarius showed some character and maturity issues that need to be investigated by the team that wants to draft him.

TALENT BOARD ROUND: 1 C
There is a ton of talent wrapped up in this kid, but between his dropping balls, knee injury and character issues, you have to wonder where this kid is going to fall in this draft. I donít get a feeling that this kid is a bad kid, but I do get the feeling that he is easily influenced and sometimes that is just as bad. He definitely has a problem with his eyes. The reason I say this is because the ball is hitting off his hands, not bouncing off. Itís like he is not expecting the ball to be on him so quickly. When the workouts come, I suspect Adarius is not going to do well unless he has his eyes checked. If his eyes are healthy, then I canít tell you what this kidís problems are. He is an athlete and I just canít believe that he canít catch a ball -- it doesnít make any sense. If Adarius has not been working out and doing his rehab like he should, he will struggle big time when the Senior Bowl and combine come up. This is a maturity problem and to tell you the truth, if this kid embarrasses himself, it might be the best thing to happen to him. It just might be the thing to give him the incentive he needs to grow into the player his talent suggests that he should be. This kid could be the Godzilla of Wide Receivers if he gets these issues straightened out. I think if he is there in the second round or late in the first, you have to take a chance on him. He really has top ten talent, but these issues have held him back. With a character/maturity problem, you also have to wonder what a load of money will do to this kidís psyche! In spit of all these questions, Iím still going to give him a nickname. Iím calling him Adarius (Godzilla) Bowman because he could be the Godzilla of wide receivers if he gets his head out of his hindquarters and his eyes fixed.

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Kilericon has missed his selection.

AyJackson, for the Minnesota Vikings, selects John David Booty, QB, USC. More info about John David to follow.

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With the 143rd selection, the Houston Texans select Gary Guyton, OLB, Georgia Tech, 6'-2", 245 lbs.

Pick made at 8:30 am EST.
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Killericon has missed his selection and may select at any time.

Traveler is on the clock until Midnight CST.

Arkansas Bronco/OSKIE, Ayjackson, and Rohirrim and are on deck.

Please remember to list the time your selection was made and please PM the next drafter to let them know that they are on the clock. Also, please check the alpha list before you select to see if the player is still available.
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With the 141st overall selection in the 2008 NFL Draft, the Arizona Cardinals are proud to select Durant Brooks, Punter from Georgia Tech.



Selection made at 10:32 AM GST-7.

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With the 144th pick the Philadelphia Eagles select:

Darrell Robertson, DE, Georgia Tech


College: Georgia Tech Number: 90
Height: 6-4 Weight: 255
Position: DE


03/14/08 - Georgia Tech defensive end/outside linebacker Darrell Robertson tore a pectoral muscle while training for the combine and is not likely to work out before the draft. Scouts feel this should not hurt Robertson's draft grade as he capped a terrific '07 season with a good performance at the Senior Bowl. - Tony Pauline, SI.com

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En route to making 101 plays vs. the run, the opposition managed to register only one first down on those attempts...34.26 percent of his plays (37 of 108) came on third-down activity...Also registered five tackles while appearing on the kickoff-coverage unit.

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All-American third-team and Super Sleeper Team selection by The NFL Draft Report...Added All-Atlantic Coast Conference first-team honors from The Gridiron Report...The left defensive end recorded 33 tackles (22 solo), as he ranked eighth in the conference with 6 1/2 sacks for minus-34 yards and tied for third in the ACC (21st nationally) with 16 stops for losses of 61 yards...Added 11 quarterback pressures, as he caused a pair of fumbles and recovered two others, returning one 32 yards for a touchdown...On 50 rushing attempts directed at Robertson, he held the opposition to minus 57 yards (minus-1.58 average) on the ground (best among Division 1-A defensive linemen)...Stopped opposing ball carriers three times at the line of scrimmage for no gain on rushing attempts and posted six of his tackles inside the red zone, including three on goal-line plays...Of his tackle total, 16 came on third-down plays.

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