Speculative: All the air missing from Tom Brady's deflated balls now inflates KAM CHANCELLOR's growing ego.
CamanoIslandJQ wrote:A safety not being taked about much that is currently ranked by many in the late 2-nd round:
His most appearant weakness is that he is too aggressive but he had some very impresssive combine numbers. Might just fit PC/JS ideas for a FS (backing up ET with some nickle back, big safety work?)
Eric Reid, FS, LSU, 6-1, 213, 4.49/40, 33-5/8" arms, 10" hands, 2.55-20yd split, 1.53-10yd split, 40.5" vert, 11'-2" broad, 4.22 shuttle, 6.99 cone, 17 reps.
nanomoz wrote:Outta left field: Johnthan Banks, CB, Mississippi State.
Behind Sherm and Browner, this team has only question marks at cornerback. Additionally, Browner is a free agent at the end of 2013--a free agent approaching 30 years of age.
The past success of drafting cornerbacks late, or getting them on the cheap, isn't good enough reason to pass a guy that is a perfect fit for the scheme: tall/long, ball-hawking, aggressive, solid-tackling corner.
seatt1eslew wrote:Honey badger. Yes i know we have AW, but it fits with the WTF! reaction of recent first picks. Always compete always win, especially when AW is 36.
seahawks875 wrote:I think its going to be Terron Armstead.
seatt1eslew wrote:If not the best available DB, whoever the best OL/DT/LB prospect is will be the pick. Only God knows who JS thinks that is.