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    Late round/undrafted type guys- who do you like?

    I will list more as I go but a few names to toss out

    Jamar Hornsby, S, Tuskegee

    Earl Okine, DE, Florida (didn't see the field much but at 6'7" and good workout numbers he is the perfect PFA and stick him on a PS to develop. He probably has the best body frame of anyone in the draft. If you gave his frame to some of these top notch DE's it would make for an insane DE)

    Nate Palmer, DE, Illinois State

    Patrick Ford, OG, Eastern Kentucky (Great late round prospect to keep an eye on. Great JR year, was named all-conference this year after only playing 7 quarters after he tore his ACL)

    Michael Brooks, DT, East Carolina

    Marvin Burdette, LB, UAB

    Ray Shipman, LB, Central Florida (former Florida bball player)

    Adam Lucas, CB, Tuskegee (Bit older for his age but had 7 picks, 4 for TD's termendous athlete)

    Josh Jarboe, WR, Arkansas State (Former Oklahoma WR, highly recruited, had some issues, has turned into a nice WR, has a great frame)

    Marsalias Teague, CB, Tennessee

    Allen Chapman, CB, Kansas State (always around the ball, great ball skills)

    Broderick Brown, CB Oklahoma State (size will kill him, but a termendous athlete, great vertical, great playmaker type CB on D)

    Terance Garvin, S, West Virginia (really depends on his 40 to me, a lot of talent, big S)

    Toben Opachem, DE/LB, Kansas (former RB at Kansas, could excel as a 3/4 OLB)
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    - Stefphon Jefferson, RB, Nevada

    - Corey Fuller, WR, Virginia Tech

    - and of course, DJ Swearinger ;)

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    I was thinking later on than Swearinger otherwise I would have him on my list also, but it works.

    Like the Corey Fuller and Jefferson picks. Jefferson declared early but really undervalued in this years RB class. Fuller had a good year. Good size/speed, good blocker. Virignia Tech WR's have often become better pros than college WR's. Fuller laid a goose egg or two this year but pretty consistent other than that.
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    Does anyone but me like Stepfan Taylor ? And I have no idea where he is suppose to be drafted so this might be the wrong thread to be saying this.
    "Opportunity is missed by most people because it is dressed in overalls and looks like work" --Thomas Edison

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    Taylor is a 2nd-3rd round guy. People like him. He is talked about a lot. Got a late 2nd grade.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Draft Crazy View Post
    Taylor is a 2nd-3rd round guy. People like him. He is talked about a lot. Got a late 2nd grade.

    Thanks DC. Do you think he might fall some being a RB ?
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    I want Warford. I don't care about anything else.
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    I'd love to have Denard Robinson as well.
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    WR - Tyrone Goard – Eastern Kentucky

    TE - Ryan Otten – San Jose State

    DE - Margus Hunt - SMU

    MLB - Andrew Jackson – Western Kentucky

    OLB - Khalil Mack – Buffalo

    S - John Boyett – Oregon

    OT - Xavier Nixon - Florida

    DE - Walter Stewart Cincinnati

    CB - Adrian Bushell - Louisville
    Last edited by Mingo; 01-31-2013 at 01:32 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Broncogreg View Post
    Thanks DC. Do you think he might fall some being a RB ?
    He could, it is always hard to tell on RB's. I don't think he will fall to far however.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LGM View Post
    I want Warford. I don't care about anything else.
    He isn't a late round pick.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lgm View Post
    i'd love to have denard robinson as well.
    no friggin thanks!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mingo View Post
    WR - Tyrone Goard – Eastern Kentucky

    TE - Ryan Otten – San Jose State

    DE - Margus Hunt - SMU

    MLB - Andrew Jackson – Western Kentucky

    OLB - Khalil Mack – Buffalo

    S - John Boyett – Oregon

    OT - Xavier Nixon - Florida

    DE - Walter Stewart Cincinnati

    CB - Adrian Bushell - Louisville

    Great list. Boyett is a ball magnent. Bushell was a former Gator who ran into class issues and issues with the coaching staff. Really matured at Louisville and had a great SR year. Jackson and Stewart are solid guys. Xavier Nixon is too. He has been a good player for 4 years at Florida. Needs to add some bulk, but a nice 4-6 rd player.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Draft Crazy View Post
    no friggin thanks!
    You said late round picks. I'd like to see if he can be converted into a returner or WR. Great physical skills.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LGM View Post
    You said late round picks. I'd like to see if he can be converted into a returner or WR. Great physical skills.
    But - can he Tebow?

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