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 Post subject: Dream draft scenarios
 Post Posted: Wed Feb 27, 2013 8:23 pm 
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Which scenario would you be more partial to?

Round 1
Scenario 1: Kawann Short
Scenario 2: Sheldon Richardson
Scenario 3: Keenan Allen
Scenario 4: Tavon Austin

Round 2
Scenario 1: DeAndre Hopkins
Scenario 2: Traded
Scenario 3: Tank Carradine
Scenario 4: K. Greene

Round 3
Scenario 1: Brandon Williams
Scenario 2: Quinton Patton/M.Wheaton
Scenario 3: Tyrann Mathieu
Scenario 4: DA'Rick Rogers

Round 4
Scenario 1: N. Robey
Scenario 2: Sio Moore
Scenario 3: Sio Moore
Scenario 4: N. Robey


I'd be mostly happy with all four of the scenarios. Keep in mind, if one is missing a DT, it's because I assumed we filled that need in UFA. I can't see us not drafting a WR in the first 4 rounds given the depth.

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 Post subject: Re: Dream draft scenarios
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Richardson and Moore are probably my two favorite players in this draft, so 2 is e winner for me.

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 Post subject: Re: Dream draft scenarios
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lukerguy wrote:
Which scenario would you be more partial to?

Round 1
Scenario 1: Kawann Short
Scenario 2: Sheldon Richardson
Scenario 3: Keenan Allen
Scenario 4: Tavon Austin

Round 2
Scenario 1: DeAndre Hopkins
Scenario 2: Traded
Scenario 3: Tank Carradine
Scenario 4: K. Greene

Round 3
Scenario 1: Brandon Williams
Scenario 2: Quinton Patton/M.Wheaton
Scenario 3: Tyrann Mathieu
Scenario 4: DA'Rick Rogers

Round 4
Scenario 1: N. Robey
Scenario 2: Sio Moore
Scenario 3: Sio Moore
Scenario 4: N. Robey


I'd be mostly happy with all four of the scenarios. Keep in mind, if one is missing a DT, it's because I assumed we filled that need in UFA. I can't see us not drafting a WR in the first 4 rounds given the depth.

I'll go with 1/1/2/2 with Wheaton over Patton....assuming we can mix & match. :th2thumbs:

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 Post subject: Re: Dream draft scenarios
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lukerguy wrote:
Which scenario would you be more partial to?

Round 1
Scenario 1: Kawann Short
Scenario 2: Sheldon Richardson
Scenario 3: Keenan Allen
Scenario 4: Tavon Austin

Round 2
Scenario 1: DeAndre Hopkins
Scenario 2: Traded
Scenario 3: Tank Carradine
Scenario 4: K. Greene

Round 3
Scenario 1: Brandon Williams
Scenario 2: Quinton Patton/M.Wheaton
Scenario 3: Tyrann Mathieu
Scenario 4: DA'Rick Rogers

Round 4
Scenario 1: N. Robey
Scenario 2: Sio Moore
Scenario 3: Sio Moore
Scenario 4: N. Robey


I'd be mostly happy with all four of the scenarios. Keep in mind, if one is missing a DT, it's because I assumed we filled that need in UFA. I can't see us not drafting a WR in the first 4 rounds given the depth.



-of these scenario's, this is the one i'd be most happy with.
Rd.1 - scenario 1
Rd.2 - scenario 3
Rd.3 - scenario 2 (preferably Wheaton)
Rd.4 - scenario 2


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 Post subject: Re: Dream draft scenarios
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Haha I guess you could mix and match, as long as Richardson and the trade go together.

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 Post subject: Re: Dream draft scenarios
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If we can mix and match I'd go 3, 4, 1, 2

WR Allen, LB Green, DT Williams, LB Moore

But I'd probably look for a TE or DE instead of another LB in the 4th.


Without mix n matching I go with scenario #2. 1- DT Richardson, 3-Wheaton, 4-Moore.

There might be some better WR prospects available in the 3rd than Wheaton. Hunter, Swope, and Bailey could all be options too.

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 Post subject: Re: Dream draft scenarios
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 Post subject: Re: Dream draft scenarios
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Can someone fill me in in who N. Robey is? Never heard of him.

Out of those four I would go with #2. Landing Richardson in the draft would normally cost a trade of our 2nd rd pick, so the trade if our 2nd round pick in that scanario is like a free 1st round pick next year.

Sio Moore is a favorite prospect of mine so landing him in the fourth would mean a happy day for me.

Wheaton would be the guy I would draft and be stoked about, but Patton might be the more likely to be there in the 3rd.

Edit: lol now Im thinking the OP was counting the 2nd rd trade as part of landing Richardson and not trading it for picks next year. Hmmmm gonna have to rethink this one

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 Post subject: Re: Dream draft scenarios
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RD1 Zach Ertz TE
RD2 Sean Porter LB
RD3 Markus Wheaton WR
RD4 Russell Wilson QB :shock: Now I know we drafted him last year in the 3rd round, but he worked out so well, I think that we need to show him our love by re-drafting him here.

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I hope I didn't pull the trigger on Wilson to soon?

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 Post subject: Re: Dream draft scenarios
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No Darius Slay huh? I'll take him over Mathieu or Robey.

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 Post subject: Re: Dream draft scenarios
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I could get behind all of them honestly. I probably like #3 the best but I'm not sold on Keenan Allen yet


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 Post subject: Re: Dream draft scenarios
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No Darius Slay huh? I'll take him over Mathieu or Robey.



I like Slay too, but after his 4.36 top DB time, I think he'll probably go in the 2nd.

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 Post subject: Re: Dream draft scenarios
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I would gladly take option 3. But I highly doubt Sio Moore falls to the 4th round, he may not make it out of the 2nd round. Same goes for Patton an Wheaton falling to the 3rd round, I don't think they be there after the 2nd round.


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 Post subject: Re: Dream draft scenarios
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I'd get Kelce (TE) in round three over Marshall if we get a DT in round 1 though.


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1. Margus Hunt
2. Ryan Swope
3. Brandon Williams
4. Zaviar Gooden/Jordan Hill
5. Cornelius Washington
2nd 5th. Joseph Fauria

Tried to find a spot for D. Robinson but hard to imagine him around until our 4th pick and if Hill or Gooden are there I would take one of them first.

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 Post subject: Re: Dream draft scenarios
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If we hit DL in FA.. scenario 4 would be phenomenal

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 Post subject: Re: Dream draft scenarios
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The group think love for Swope is getting a little over the top

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The group think love for Swope is getting a little over the top


I agree. I was shocked to see his 40 time. As well, I don't actually think he is all that agile. I've seen him make some okay moves, but he's NO WHERE near T.Austins, Harvins, Cobbs of the world.

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 Post subject: Re: Dream draft scenarios
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Also, Swope is only 6'0. I don't think he adds a ton more than we already have in Baldwin/Tate. He lines up in the slot on almost every possession at A&M....So where are you going to play him? At the expense of Baldwin? How much of an upgrade is that?

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 Post subject: Re: Dream draft scenarios
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McGruff wrote:
The group think love for Swope is getting a little over the top


I do like Swope but I can't help but notice this too. In general I'd say the group think is much stronger here than any other forum I visit. The upside is that the entertainment value skyrockets around here on draft day if the beloved players are passed over for someone else. :)


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 Post subject: Re: Dream draft scenarios
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Guaranteed, none of the players we are discussing are probably getting picked. That's been the story each draft aside from maybe the first draft of John and Pete.

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Guaranteed, none of the players we are discussing are probably getting picked. That's been the story each draft aside from maybe the first draft of John and Pete.


In fairness, there's 300+ players going to be picked and signed as UDFA's . . . And we're getting 10-15 of them. Those are you odds to pick for any team, but yeah, Pete and John are more difficult to read than most.

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