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Lacy is listed as the #1 running back. That would make 3 straight NFL drafts with the 1st running back chosen coming from Alabama
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This class of running backs are very weak.
3 straight that havent done shit in the NFL too
Steve Spurrier is a God, and Mark Richt worships him
Best RB is Ellington imo
Duval is right, pretty weak class for sure
fsufsu said... I've got about 10 great stories on Lane but all you need to know is he will never be a loser, that's for sure.
lol ur so stupid. First off the 3rd isnt even in the NFL yet. Trent RIchardson is a beast and is the only good thing about the Browns. Mark Ingram is stuck on a passing team with 4 other running backs. I pray he gets traded.
This post was edited by CrimsonTemplar 17 months ago
Bjoern Werner #1 DE
Pain is temporary. It may last a minute, or it may last a year. But eventually, it will subside. If i quit, however it will last forever.
Oh and Ellington > Barner
Ha Ha Ha
- Eddie Lacy will need to run a faster 40 than most think he is capable of to be the first RB taken IMO.
- If Geno Smith goes number 1 overall someone will be fired for it in three years.
- Fluker will go in the first round. There is always a run on OT's
- LOL at Tyler Bray being a 2nd round pick
- No way in the world would I draft Landry Jones
This post was edited by Weedline 17 months ago
4-5 1st round draft picks from Bama is probably a little high this year. I wouldn't bet on more than 2, with Milliner and Warmack. Williams and/or Jones could slip in there eventually as well, IMO, but I doubt all 4 go and I am not sold on Fluker being a 1st rounder. I do think that Fluker has made some money in the last 2 games against LSU dominating Mingo at the line of scrimmage in passing situations, though so his stock could rise more than I am predicting. He could definitely rise to that level if he continues that showing against Moore (aTm), Lemonier (AU), and Jones (UGA).
Maybe I am being a little selfish here, but I'd love to see him slide over to LG next season to replace Warmack and play Brown at RT next season at Bama.
There are only 2 QBs I would draft this year with any ideas of starting one day:
Barkley and Wilson. Maybe Aaron Murray can get his head straight and be a starter one day as well, but I wouldn't touch any of the others unless I had a plan for them to be my backup.
This post was edited by BetterOff 17 months ago
Not buying into that list. Everyone on that list comes from big D1 schools. That list looks like something I'd put together, while the actual draft will have some guy from North Alabama I've never heard of going mid 1st.
goodbye Werner and Rhodes
I second that. Landry Jones is a clown at best.
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I'd bet on the over at 2 all day, because Warmack & Milliner are absolute locks barring catastrophic injuries.
If Moore leaves early, he's the #1 DE, it's looking like he'll stay around, though.
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I agree. They are locks, IMO as well. I think Williams has the best chance of impressing once he gets to the combine. He could be someone that shoots up to the top half of the 1st round if he impresses, IMO as well, but right now, he is borderline. Also, I don't think Jones sneaks into the 1st round. Although that could change depending on a team's needs. His versatility to play either guard position, center, and right tackle will help (don't see him as an NFL LT). Of course, I think teams maybe being a little unsure of what his best position would be could hurt a little bit as well.
I think Fluker has given himself an outside shot at being a 1st rounder, but he has to hold up against 3 big time pass rushers here at the end of the season still, IMO to really give himself that shot.
I was maybe a little vague in my prediction. I would expect a 3rd 1st rounder, with a chance at a 4th, but I would bet on anyone individually other than Milliner and Warmack.
Not sure where they are drawing the line eligibility wise, but I like anything that helps me believe Bradley Roby doesn't declare after this year. He's no where to be found on the list.
Time and change will surely (truly) show
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Can you believe Big Hank is no 2 on the board?
Two? Surprising, but he's been projected in the top half of the draft for some time. Every GM loves them a big floppy belly.
He probably left early, because he had already been injured a few times in college and did not want to risk getting injured again while he still could get paid in the league. Plus a running backs life span is very short, so if one is good enough to leave after their junior year they should do it.
Maybe I missed him, but I didn't see B Jenkins on there. Would be big if he came back.
Also, D Hop #1 kicker
If Jenkins is healthy enough for the Senior Bowl and the combine his stock will shoot back up.
didn't almost every single talking head have Knile Davis in the top-5 before the season and before the meltdown? 7th round now?
Steal if he's healthy.
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