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    Quote Originally Posted by WoodleyofTroy
    Does Defense win championships?

    Steelers trade Ben Roethlisberger to the Seattle Seahawks for #6 and #14 overall.
    Steelers trade Santonio Holmes to the Arizona Cardinals for #26 overall.


    #6 - Eric Berry FS Tennessee
    #14 - Rolando McClain ILB Alabama
    #18 - Brandom Graham OLB Michigan
    #26 - Kyle Wilson CB Boise State


    We could put Gary Coleman at Quarterback and still go undefeated. Who would score on us?


    Okay I'm done.

    Dude your are probably very right here,..as well as being hilarious. (Doesn't mean we're talking any long walks in the park together though) lol
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    Re: WoodleyofTroy's random draft thoughts.

    Quote Originally Posted by WoodleyofTroy
    Does Defense win championships?

    Steelers trade Ben Roethlisberger to the Seattle Seahawks for #6 and #14 overall.
    Steelers trade Santonio Holmes to the Arizona Cardinals for #26 overall.


    #6 - Eric Berry FS Tennessee
    #14 - Rolando McClain ILB Alabama
    #18 - Brandom Graham OLB Michigan
    #26 - Kyle Wilson CB Boise State


    We could put Gary Coleman at Quarterback and still go undefeated. Who would score on us?


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    lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by WoodleyofTroy
    Quote Originally Posted by steeler_george
    This is by far one of my favorite draft posts...great work WoodleyofTroy!!!


    1) Joe Haden, Cornerback, Florida.
    2) Rolando McClain, Inside Linebacker, Alabama.
    3) Earl Thomas, Defensive back, Texas.
    4) Trent Williams, Offensive Tackle, Oklahoma.
    5) C.J. Spiller, Running Back, Clemson.

    Trade back:
    1) Mike Iupati, Guard, Idaho.
    2) Brandon Graham, Outside Linebacker, Michigan.
    3) Maurkice Pouncey, Center/Guard, Florida.


    WHAT IF: We all agree that we will need to trade up to get Haden/Mcclain even some are saying Thomas won't last till 18. If that is the case, who would you try to trade for if all 3 lasted till the 15 selection, one will far short of us? Make the scenario more difficult all these players are still on the board at 15

    Would you make the trade up for the best CB or LB, a versatile DB, a potential LT ?
    Stay put?
    Trade back?

    Haden- potential #1 CB, guarantee if loss to IKE, lots of competition in DB
    McClain- future replacement for Farrior or if Timmons switches out to OLB
    Thomas- same for Haden, but can play S
    Williams- start at T, move Colon at G, insurance if Colon doesn't sign

    Iupati/ Pouncey trade back scenario, strengthen OL and get best CB or BPA in 2nd round.

    Trade up: Individually, probably Joe Haden. But the more I think of Earl Thomas paired with Polamalu, the more excited I get. Not only is he a Pro Bowl talent in his own right, but his playing style would also extend Troy's career. Vice versa. An instant "that's not fair" impression from other teams fans.

    I wouldn't mind trading up slightly for Thomas. Yes it would be better if he was there at #18, but I don't think I'm willing to take that chance (see Revis).

    Tough question though. You could make a case for all four of them (I think Trent Williams will end up being the best Tackle in the draft).
    if mcclain is off the board at #15 i can see the giants and steelers (once again) doing some business if we think we have to move up a few spots to draft someone like thomas or wilson.

    NYG can then go to 18 and draft weatherspoon, who fits better in their 4-3 then our 3-4

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    [quote=NJ-STEELER]
    Quote Originally Posted by WoodleyofTroy
    Quote Originally Posted by "steeler_george":36eb4hqp
    This is by far one of my favorite draft posts...great work WoodleyofTroy!!!


    1) Joe Haden, Cornerback, Florida.
    2) Rolando McClain, Inside Linebacker, Alabama.
    3) Earl Thomas, Defensive back, Texas.
    4) Trent Williams, Offensive Tackle, Oklahoma.
    5) C.J. Spiller, Running Back, Clemson.

    Trade back:
    1) Mike Iupati, Guard, Idaho.
    2) Brandon Graham, Outside Linebacker, Michigan.
    3) Maurkice Pouncey, Center/Guard, Florida.


    WHAT IF: We all agree that we will need to trade up to get Haden/Mcclain even some are saying Thomas won't last till 18. If that is the case, who would you try to trade for if all 3 lasted till the 15 selection, one will far short of us? Make the scenario more difficult all these players are still on the board at 15

    Would you make the trade up for the best CB or LB, a versatile DB, a potential LT ?
    Stay put?
    Trade back?

    Haden- potential #1 CB, guarantee if loss to IKE, lots of competition in DB
    McClain- future replacement for Farrior or if Timmons switches out to OLB
    Thomas- same for Haden, but can play S
    Williams- start at T, move Colon at G, insurance if Colon doesn't sign

    Iupati/ Pouncey trade back scenario, strengthen OL and get best CB or BPA in 2nd round.

    Trade up: Individually, probably Joe Haden. But the more I think of Earl Thomas paired with Polamalu, the more excited I get. Not only is he a Pro Bowl talent in his own right, but his playing style would also extend Troy's career. Vice versa. An instant "that's not fair" impression from other teams fans.

    I wouldn't mind trading up slightly for Thomas. Yes it would be better if he was there at #18, but I don't think I'm willing to take that chance (see Revis).

    Tough question though. You could make a case for all four of them (I think Trent Williams will end up being the best Tackle in the draft).
    if mcclain is off the board at #15 i can see the giants and steelers (once again) doing some business if we think we have to move up a few spots to draft someone like thomas or wilson.

    NYG can then go to 18 and draft weatherspoon, who fits better in their 4-3 then our 3-4[/quote:36eb4hqp]

    I can definitely see that as a likely scenario.
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    Re: WoodleyofTroy's random draft thoughts.

    [quote=NJ-STEELER]
    Quote Originally Posted by WoodleyofTroy
    Quote Originally Posted by "steeler_george":gsq41si5
    This is by far one of my favorite draft posts...great work WoodleyofTroy!!!


    1) Joe Haden, Cornerback, Florida.
    2) Rolando McClain, Inside Linebacker, Alabama.
    3) Earl Thomas, Defensive back, Texas.
    4) Trent Williams, Offensive Tackle, Oklahoma.
    5) C.J. Spiller, Running Back, Clemson.

    Trade back:
    1) Mike Iupati, Guard, Idaho.
    2) Brandon Graham, Outside Linebacker, Michigan.
    3) Maurkice Pouncey, Center/Guard, Florida.


    WHAT IF: We all agree that we will need to trade up to get Haden/Mcclain even some are saying Thomas won't last till 18. If that is the case, who would you try to trade for if all 3 lasted till the 15 selection, one will far short of us? Make the scenario more difficult all these players are still on the board at 15

    Would you make the trade up for the best CB or LB, a versatile DB, a potential LT ?
    Stay put?
    Trade back?

    Haden- potential #1 CB, guarantee if loss to IKE, lots of competition in DB
    McClain- future replacement for Farrior or if Timmons switches out to OLB
    Thomas- same for Haden, but can play S
    Williams- start at T, move Colon at G, insurance if Colon doesn't sign

    Iupati/ Pouncey trade back scenario, strengthen OL and get best CB or BPA in 2nd round.

    Trade up: Individually, probably Joe Haden. But the more I think of Earl Thomas paired with Polamalu, the more excited I get. Not only is he a Pro Bowl talent in his own right, but his playing style would also extend Troy's career. Vice versa. An instant "that's not fair" impression from other teams fans.

    I wouldn't mind trading up slightly for Thomas. Yes it would be better if he was there at #18, but I don't think I'm willing to take that chance (see Revis).

    Tough question though. You could make a case for all four of them (I think Trent Williams will end up being the best Tackle in the draft).
    if mcclain is off the board at #15 i can see the giants and steelers (once again) doing some business if we think we have to move up a few spots to draft someone like thomas or wilson.

    NYG can then go to 18 and draft weatherspoon, who fits better in their 4-3 then our 3-4[/quote:gsq41si5]

    The following is a rambling stream of consciousness of what might happen in the first 15 picks to allow us to possibly get Joe Haden by trading up to #15 with the Giants as suggested (please bear with me...my writing is being influenced by too many Cadbury Creme Eggs in my system today).

    We know that OT is big need for both Seattle and San Francisco, both of which have 2 first round picks before we pick. After this McNabb trade went down, Washington isn't going to take Clausen...they are likely to take Okung (I'm assuming that Bradford-Suh-McCoy go 1-2-3 to the Rams, Lions, and Bucs).

    After them, Seattle could likely take Bulaga (there are connections between K.C. G.M. Scott Pioli and Iowa H.C. Kirk Ferentz...they were in Cleveland together from 93-95, and moved to Baltimore together in 96).

    Seattle then has to decide whether they should draft their OT right away at #6 (is Trent Williams worth the 6th overall pick?) or if they should get the B.P.A. at #6 instead (someone like Eric Berry) and wait until #14 to take their OT. Let's say they take Berry (who I think is a minimum top 3 talent), since they have a need at safety as well (they cut starting safety Deon Grant, who subsequently signed with the Giants).

    Cleveland could pass on another N.D. QB (Holmgren seems to prefer McCoy in round 2 to Clausen in round 1) and could instead react to the Shaun Rogers gun incident (possible jail time or suspension) with a Dan Williams pick (Mangini understands the importance of a solid NT to the 3-4 defense when he traded for Kris Jenkins when he was with the Jets).

    Oakland takes athletic freak Bruce Campbell as expected.

    Clausen falls into Buffalo's lap.

    Jacksonville takes the best available pass rusher, such as Derrick Morgan (or else panic sets in and they take Tebow in a desperate effort to sell tickets).

    If Denver takes Dez Bryant, then the Dolphins could take Rolando McClain (or if Denver takes McClain, then the Dolphins could take Bryant).

    Now comes San Francisco's first of two picks (they pick again at #17). They really like Haden, but they also need an OT. They know Seattle is one pick behind them, and will almost certainly will take Trent Williams at #14 if San Fran picks Haden at #13. The Niners may not like Anthony Davis of Rutgers due to reports of his poor work ethic and maturity issues (not a Singletary type player), so they do not want to get stuck with Davis at #17. They would likely rather take Trent Williams at #13 and settle for the next best CB, Kyle Wilson at #17 than take Haden at #13 and have to settle for Davis at #17.

    Then, Seattle, desperate for an OT, has no choice but to take Anthony Davis, since they cannot possibly come out of a draft with two picks in the top 14 and not have an OT to replace Walter Jones (they will get both Hasselbeck and Whitehurst killed).

    Now it is the Giants pick, and McClain is off the board. Weatherspoon is their man, but as mentioned earlier, they could trade down a few spots to get him. We give the Giants our first and third in exchange for their first and fifth to move up to #15 for Haden. (That is a much better deal than the first and second that we would have to give Miami in exchange for their first and fourth to move up to #12 for Haden).

    If the draft fell like this, I would be happy (getting Haden and keeping our second round pick would suit me quite well).

    Whew...I think it is time for another Creme Egg.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RuthlessBurgher
    Quote Originally Posted by WoodleyofTroy
    If we were picking in the 30's like we should be, we'd all be hoping for Iupati or Pouncey to fall to us. Which would be very unlikely.

    Just something to think about in case we do have to "settle".
    Oh absolutely...if we were in the 30's, I would be all over the likes of Iupati, Pouncey, Odrick, Wilson, etc., hoping they would fall to us. But since we are in the teens, I'm thinking about other higher ranked players that may fall to us (or at least fall within reasonable range for a trade-up).
    If Berry drops to 10 (which he won't because he will go to Cleveland) but if he did...and we didn't make a play to trade up I would be highly disappointed.

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    nice scenario

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    Wow...RB what's it like living inside that head? That was genius and psychosis all rolled up in one post. I loved it.

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    Re: WoodleyofTroy's random draft thoughts.

    [quote=RuthlessBurgher][quote=NJ-STEELER][quote=WoodleyofTroy][quote="steeler_george":1ronh427]This is by far one of my favorite draft posts...great work WoodleyofTroy!!!


    1) Joe Haden, Cornerback, Florida.
    2) Rolando McClain, Inside Linebacker, Alabama.
    3) Earl Thomas, Defensive back, Texas.
    4) Trent Williams, Offensive Tackle, Oklahoma.
    5) C.J. Spiller, Running Back, Clemson.

    Trade back:
    1) Mike Iupati, Guard, Idaho.
    2) Brandon Graham, Outside Linebacker, Michigan.
    3) Maurkice Pouncey, Center/Guard, Florida.


    [color=#40FF00] WHAT IF: We all agree that we will need to trade up to get Haden/Mcclain even some are saying Thomas won't last till 18. If that is the case, who would you try to trade for if all 3 lasted till the 15 selection, one will far short of us? Make the scenario more difficult all these players are still on the board at 15[/color]

    Would you make the trade up for the best CB or LB, a versatile DB, a potential LT ?
    Stay put?
    Trade back?

    Haden- potential #1 CB, guarantee if loss to IKE, lots of competition in DB
    McClain- future replacement for Farrior or if Timmons switches out to OLB
    Thomas- same for Haden, but can play S
    Williams- start at T, move Colon at G, insurance if Colon doesn't sign

    Iupati/ Pouncey trade back scenario, strengthen OL and get best CB or BPA in 2nd round.[/quote]


    Trade up: Individually, probably Joe Haden. But the more I think of Earl Thomas paired with Polamalu, the more excited I get. Not only is he a Pro Bowl talent in his own right, but his playing style would also extend Troy's career. Vice versa. An instant "that's not fair" impression from other teams fans.

    I wouldn't mind trading up slightly for Thomas. Yes it would be better if he was there at #18, but I don't think I'm willing to take that chance (see Revis).

    Tough question though. You could make a case for all four of them (I think Trent Williams will end up being the best Tackle in the draft).[/quote]

    if mcclain is off the board at #15 i can see the giants and steelers (once again) doing some business if we think we have to move up a few spots to draft someone like thomas or wilson.

    NYG can then go to 18 and draft weatherspoon, who fits better in their 4-3 then our 3-4[/quote]

    The following is a rambling stream of consciousness of what might happen in the first 15 picks to allow us to possibly get Joe Haden by trading up to #15 with the Giants as suggested (please bear with me...my writing is being influenced by too many Cadbury Creme Eggs in my system today).

    We know that OT is big need for both Seattle and San Francisco, both of which have 2 first round picks before we pick. After this McNabb trade went down, Washington isn't going to take Clausen...they are likely to take Okung (I'm assuming that Bradford-Suh-McCoy go 1-2-3 to the Rams, Lions, and Bucs).

    After them, Seattle could likely take Bulaga (there are connections between K.C. G.M. Scott Pioli and Iowa H.C. Kirk Ferentz...they were in Cleveland together from 93-95, and moved to Baltimore together in 96).

    Seattle then has to decide whether they should draft their OT right away at #6 (is Trent Williams worth the 6th overall pick?) or if they should get the B.P.A. at #6 instead (someone like Eric Berry) and wait until #14 to take their OT. Let's say they take Berry (who I think is a minimum top 3 talent), since they have a need at safety as well (they cut starting safety Deon Grant, who subsequently signed with the Giants).

    Cleveland could pass on another N.D. QB (Holmgren seems to prefer McCoy in round 2 to Clausen in round 1) and could instead react to the Shaun Rogers gun incident (possible jail time or suspension) with a Dan Williams pick (Mangini understands the importance of a solid NT to the 3-4 defense when he traded for Kris Jenkins when he was with the Jets).

    Oakland takes athletic freak Bruce Campbell as expected.

    Clausen falls into Buffalo's lap.

    Jacksonville takes the best available pass rusher, such as Derrick Morgan (or else panic sets in and they take Tebow in a desperate effort to sell tickets).

    If Denver takes Dez Bryant, then the Dolphins could take Rolando McClain (or if Denver takes McClain, then the Dolphins could take Bryant).

    Now comes San Francisco's first of two picks (they pick again at #17). They really like Haden, but they also need an OT. They know Seattle is one pick behind them, and will almost certainly will take Trent Williams at #14 if San Fran picks Haden at #13. The Niners may not like Anthony Davis of Rutgers due to reports of his poor work ethic and maturity issues (not a Singletary type player), so they do not want to get stuck with Davis at #17. They would likely rather take Trent Williams at #13 and settle for the next best CB, Kyle Wilson at #17 than take Haden at #13 and have to settle for Davis at #17.

    Then, Seattle, desperate for an OT, has no choice but to take Anthony Davis, since they cannot possibly come out of a draft with two picks in the top 14 and not have an OT to replace Walter Jones (they will get both Hasselbeck and Whitehurst killed).

    Now it is the Giants pick, and McClain is off the board. Weatherspoon is their man, but as mentioned earlier, they could trade down a few spots to get him. We give the Giants our first and third in exchange for their first and fifth to move up to #15 for Haden. (That is a much better deal than the first and second that we would have to give Miami in exchange for their first and fourth to move up to #12 for Haden).

    If the draft fell like this, I would be happy (getting Haden and keeping our second round pick would suit me quite well).

    Whew...I think it is time for another Creme Egg. [/quote:1ronh427]


    i would not trade up with the NY Giants and give up our 3rd rounder under your scenario and here's why -

    let's say the NY Giants select their man Sean Weatherspoon at #15 so now with two more picks to go before our turn at #18, the following players are all still available:

    Joe Haden, Earl Thomas, Kyle Wilson, C J Spiller, Brandon Graham, Jared Odrick, Mike Iupati, and Maurkice Pouncey.

    we would be guaranteed to get Haden, Thomas or Wilson without having to give up our 3rd rounder...in a draft this deep that 3rd round selection could be a very good player, is Haden that much better than Thomas or Wilson to pay such a steep price?



    Taking another look at the Gators’ NFL Draft prospects with 17 days to go


    Only 17 days to go until the 2010 NFL Draft (April 22-24 in New York City) and over the last couple of months, we have spent WAY too much time discussing just one Florida Gator — some guy named Tim Tebow (though we’re probably not the only ones).

    With the draft process coming down to crunch time, now is the perfect time to take a look at all of the Gators, not just Tebow, and see how their stock has risen or fallen in the three months since the 2009 season ended.

    All season long it was a foregone conclusion that the Gators would have two top-10 picks — Carlos Dunlap and Joe Haden. Well Haden is probably a long-shot at this point, especially since the team most likely to pick him early, the Browns, just traded for CB Shelden Brown. And Dunlap, once considered by Mel Kiper to be the No. 3 overall prospect, isn’t even listed in Kiper’s top five DEFENSIVE ENDS because of inconsistent play on his game film.

    Here is what I believe to be the current draft stock of the top 12 draft-eligible Gators, in alphabetical order:


    WR Riley Cooper (Stock: Neutral) — His big showing came at the Senior Bowl. Ran a 4.55 in the 40 at the Combine and opted not to run at Pro Day. Scouts love his size, blocking skills and ability to make circus catches, but he needs to stop dropping the easy ones. Prediction: 4th Round

    DE Jermaine Cunningham (Stock: Neutral) — Cunningham is one of the Gators’ most intriguing prospects because he hasn’t worked out much since the season due to injury. At 6-foot-4, 266, Cunningham is versatile enough to play LDE in a 4-3 or, more likely, the pass-rushing OLB in a 3-4. The NFL is a “pass rusher’s league,” as scouts like to say, so expect Cunningham to come off the board early if he has a good showing this week. Prediction: Early 2nd round

    DE Carlos Dunlap (Stock: Dropping) — Dunlap has always had motor problems, and now scouts are starting to catch on. He actually has performed well in Combine drills — a 4.69 in Indianapolis and a 4.59 at Pro Day — but NFL.com analyst Mike Mayock sees him slipping to the second round because of his consistency issues (and not his DUI). But like I said before, the NFL is a pass-rusher’s league, and Dunlap has freakish skills when he wants to use them. Prediction: Late first round

    [color=#00FF00]CB Joe Haden (Stock: Neutral) — Haden took a beating at the Combine when he ran a 4.57 in the 40, but said he was competing with a back injury and made amends with a 4.44 at Pro Day. He’s still considered the top cornerback in the draft, but may not be as “elite” as originally thought. And Cleveland’s acquisition of Brown doesn’t bode well for the Browns taking a cornerback seventh overall. Prediction: Middle first round
    [/color]
    TE Aaron Hernandez (Stock: Rising) — Six-foot-two tight ends usually aren’t considered elite prospects, but Hernandez has done everything and more to prove that he can make an instant impact in the NFL — ran a 4.58 and 4.63, put up 30 reps of 225 in the bench press and displayed good hands, crisp route-running and elusive moves during workouts. And then you see this statement from Mayock: “has some off-the-field issues.” Hmmmm. Then again, those “off-the-field issues” didn’t seem to affect Percy Harvin’s performance much in 2009 (and Hernandez is supposed to work out for the Vikings this week). Prediction: Early second round

    RB/KR Brandon James (Stock: Neutral) — Going to have trouble sneaking into the back end of the draft, given his size (5-foot-6), lack of production in 2009 (324 total yards of offense, 7.4 yards per punt return) and his inability to work out for teams because of the foot injury. Prediction: Undrafted free agent

    WR David Nelson (Stock: Rising) — No one outside of Tebow helped himself more at Pro Day than Nelson, who ran a 4.57 and posted 38 inches in the broad jump at Pro Day. Add in his 6-foot-5 size, solid downfield blocking skills, familiarity with special teams and solid character, and Nelson is suddenly an intriguing draft prospect. Prediction: Sixth round

    [color=#00FF00]C Maurkice Pouncey (Stock: Neutral) — Pouncey’s stock is neutral only because he’s always been considered one of the top interior linemen in the draft. Kiper has him as the top-rated center, and Mayock considers him an “immediate starter who won’t be overwhelmed.” Idaho G Mike Iupati will probably be the first interior lineman selected, and Pouncey will likely go soon after. Prediction: Mid-to-late first round[/color]

    LB Brandon Spikes (Stock: Falling FAST) — Spikes could have left UF after 2008 and been a first or second round pick. Now after a mediocre 2009 season and horrible performances in Combine drills, Spikes will be lucky to get selected in the second round and maybe even the second DAY. Spikes ran a ghastly 5.05 at Pro Day, and followed it up with a 5.07 in his second try. He’s never been fast, but he was slow and out of shape for much of 2009 because of a lingering ankle injury, and it has carried over to his pre-draft workouts. Spikes’ distant cousin, 49ers linebacker Takeo Spikes, even said that Spikes could fall all the way to the fourth round. But Spikes is also a very intelligent and studious linebacker (he kept several binders full of notes and wore No. 51 to honor his favorite linebacker, Dick Butkus), so someone will grab him before long. Prediction: Third round

    LB Ryan Stamper (Stock: Neutral) — Stamper was the Gators’ defensive MVP in 2009 and is smart enough to play all of the linebacker positions and excel on special teams. But he’s not very fast or physical. He’ll need a good showing this week to sneak into the end of the draft. He’ll definitely be in an NFL camp this fall, but sticking around will be a longshot. Prediction: Undrafted free agent

    QB Tim Tebow (Stock: Up) — Dropped to the third-fourth round with his poor performance during Senior Bowl week, but has impressed a lot of scouts in the weeks since with his physical stature and ability to learn quickly. We’ve covered Tebow ad naseum, so no need to go in-depth now. But I’ll say this — Tebow will go higher than expected, perhaps as high as No. 9 to the Bills, and Todd McShay’s head will explode on live TV. Prediction: Late first round (if Buffalo doesn’t take him at 9. Yes, I know that’s a cop out. Sue me.)

    S Major Wright (Stock: Up) — Wright is another player who has done well for himself in workouts since deciding to forgo his final season at Florida. Ran a highly respectable 4.48 at the Combine, has always been known as a big thumper, and at 6-foot, 204 pounds, has the necessary size to play safety at the next level. Leaving school early was probably a smart move, because his stock would probably only drop. He is training in Delray Beach and has a workout scheduled with the Miami Dolphins this week. Prediction: Fourth round

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