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Old 02-06-2009, 08:59 PM   #1
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Default 2009 Draft Prospect Highlight Videos

It is tough to keep up with all the players so I made this channel full of highlight videos for people to watch. I am going to have 70+ different player videos so thats like 2+ rounds of guys. Enjoy!

http://www.youtube.com/user/DraftParty
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Old 02-07-2009, 12:19 AM   #2
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Solid work.
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Old 02-07-2009, 09:17 AM   #3
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Much appreciated, thank you.
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Old 02-07-2009, 09:49 AM   #4
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Nice job man. It's always a pain in the ass trying to sift through the **** videos from the good ones. Much props.
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Old 02-07-2009, 10:40 AM   #5
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Curry's video is eye-opening. The guy tackles with explosiveness and is amazingly quick for his size. drool.
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Old 02-07-2009, 10:57 AM   #6
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Connor Barwin looks like he could be a very good OLB as well. I was most impressed with his play-recognition, so that even when he wasn't getting to the QB, he was disrupting plays. Where is he projected?
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Connor Barwin looks like he could be a very good OLB as well. I was most impressed with his play-recognition, so that even when he wasn't getting to the QB, he was disrupting plays. Where is he projected?
2nd-early 3rd. His versatility to play DE/OLB/TE will have some teams drooling. I would love to grab him in the 3rd if he was still there. I don't think he would be, but his athletic ability will allow him to get on the field to contribute quicker than most suggest.
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Old 02-07-2009, 11:31 AM   #8
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Curry's video is eye-opening. The guy tackles with explosiveness and is amazingly quick for his size. drool.
yeah that's why I hate the mocks that have Queefies getting him. But Pioli is smart he will go for best player IMO. I think Curry could end up being the best player in this draft. He's scary good IMO.
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Old 02-08-2009, 09:38 AM   #9
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wow, this is great. Very much appreciated!!
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Everette Brown is so quick! His first step is so fast, OTs are gonna have trouble with him. He plays with great leverage and has a devastating spin move.

I want him.

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Old 02-08-2009, 01:04 PM   #13
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Great job Anton, and thanks. Does anyone else look at the Raji clips and see a clinic on missed tackles?? I'm a Raji fan, but wow, someone needs to teach that kid how to wrap up.
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Great job Anton, and thanks. Does anyone else look at the Raji clips and see a clinic on missed tackles?? I'm a Raji fan, but wow, someone needs to teach that kid how to wrap up.
Yeah, first time I ever watched Raji that was the first thing I noticed besides him being in the backfield. Then, after watching those videos it was cemented in my brain. He is a master of collapsing the pocket and disrupting runs for others to hopefully come in and finish the play, but he sure does miss a lot of tackles.
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Ok, I still like the guys I liked before (Everette Brown, Raji, Shonn Greene), but there is someone new on my list.

Second round -- scratch Delmas, scratch Chung - I loooove Rashad Johnson from Alabama. We need a ball hawk, with supersonic closing speed and great coverage. I never really watched him play, but he looks like a far superior ball hawking free safety than Delmas, Chung, or Moore.

This dude is an f'in missile. I like watching Delmas and Chung hit, but this guys looks special to me.

Please Mr. Goodman, watch this video...
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Delmas won't be there at our pick in the 2nd round.
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Delmas won't be there at our pick in the 2nd round.
My point is, I would rather have Rashad Johnson than Delmas. Johnson should definitely be there for the second round pick.
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Delmas and Johnson are now considered the top 2 S by Mayock and many others. Maybe one will be there, maybe neither at 48.
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Ok, I still like the guys I liked before (Everette Brown, Raji, Shonn Greene), but there is someone new on my list.

Second round -- scratch Delmas, scratch Chung - I loooove Rashad Johnson from Alabama. We need a ball hawk, with supersonic closing speed and great coverage. I never really watched him play, but he looks like a far superior ball hawking free safety than Delmas, Chung, or Moore.

This dude is an f'in missile. I like watching Delmas and Chung hit, but this guys looks special to me.

Please Mr. Goodman, watch this video...
I'm not completely sold on Rashad...I know he is a ballhawk and we need that but the few times I watched him play he didn't tackle well and that is not a problem our defense needs to worsen.
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Ya I think I like Delmas and Chung over Rashad. He was not much of an impact in earlier Bama games that I watched.
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My point is, I would rather have Rashad Johnson than Delmas. Johnson should definitely be there for the second round pick.
I hope so, I'm a fan of his also. He's got a non-stop motor, and he's a ball hawk who can lay the wood. One red flag though...he was charged with disorderly conduct in February. I'm not sure of the details on those charges.
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ESPN is starting some new vids on players getting ready for the combine.

Here's one of the guys on our board - Brian Orakpo. He does look like a big, bad mofo.

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Isnt Zits a sign of steriods.. not saying hes a roider just curious
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Old 02-14-2009, 12:45 PM   #24
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Under the Shanahan system I thought Shonn Greene would have been a great compliment to Hillis. Under the McDaniels system I don't know how he'd fit. I think McDaniels prefers his backs to catch the ball well and I haven't seen Greene do much of that.
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Old 02-14-2009, 12:49 PM   #25
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Crabtree catches the ball extremely well.
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