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    Wexell's Mock Draft

    http://pit.scout.com/2/1180912.html

    Interesting read, and as usual, he's not shy with his opinions.

    Zeitler in the first and Lavonte David in the second.

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    I want to improve our OL as much as anyone, but even I'm not ballsy enough to choose o-linemen with 3 out of our top 4 picks (I prefer the 2 out of our top 3 picks then a late round comp pick flyer method).


    To JAX 1.22 (780 pts)
    To PIT 2.36 (540 pts) + 3.67 (255 pts) = 795 pts

    2.36 OLB Eli Harold 6'3" 247 Virginia
    2.56 TE Clive Walford 6'4" 251 Miami
    3.67 CB Alex Carter 6'0" 196 Stanford
    3.87 CB Ifo Ekpre-Olomu 5'9" 192 Oregon
    4.121 OT Donovan Smith 6'6" 338 Penn St
    5.160 FS Adrian Amos 6'0" 218 Penn St
    6.199 WR Stefon Diggs 6'0" 195 Maryland
    6.212 OLB Kyle Emanuel 6'3" 255 North Dakota St
    7.239 RB John Crockett 6'0" 217 North Dakota St

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    Devier Posey would be a steal in the 6th I think.

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    Hightower and Woodley are cousins? That's the first I've heard that.

    I actually likened Hightower to Woodley, in that I didn't like the Woodley pick (due to his lack of speed, ceiling)... I tend to feel the same way about Hightower. Like you Ruthless, I prefer an early OL, and the rest middle/late flyer types.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shoe View Post
    Hightower and Woodley are cousins? That's the first I've heard that.

    I actually likened Hightower to Woodley, in that I didn't like the Woodley pick (due to his lack of speed, ceiling)... I tend to feel the same way about Hightower. Like you Ruthless, I prefer an early OL, and the rest middle/late flyer types.
    That's the first I heard of a Hightower/Woodley connection as well. I was aware that Penn State's Devon Still was Levon Kirkland's cousin, though.


    To JAX 1.22 (780 pts)
    To PIT 2.36 (540 pts) + 3.67 (255 pts) = 795 pts

    2.36 OLB Eli Harold 6'3" 247 Virginia
    2.56 TE Clive Walford 6'4" 251 Miami
    3.67 CB Alex Carter 6'0" 196 Stanford
    3.87 CB Ifo Ekpre-Olomu 5'9" 192 Oregon
    4.121 OT Donovan Smith 6'6" 338 Penn St
    5.160 FS Adrian Amos 6'0" 218 Penn St
    6.199 WR Stefon Diggs 6'0" 195 Maryland
    6.212 OLB Kyle Emanuel 6'3" 255 North Dakota St
    7.239 RB John Crockett 6'0" 217 North Dakota St

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    Quote Originally Posted by isonator07 View Post
    Devier Posey would be a steal in the 6th I think.
    Posey would be a steal anywhere after the 3rd round.
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    2) Jalen Collins-DB
    3) TJ Yeldon-RB
    4) Jeff Heuerman-TE
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    6) Kyle Emmanuel-OLB
    6) Antwan Goodley-WR
    7) Shane Carden-QB

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    Quote Originally Posted by phillyesq View Post
    http://pit.scout.com/2/1180912.html

    Interesting read, and as usual, he's not shy with his opinions.

    Zeitler in the first and Lavonte David in the second.
    I'm loving the OL picks
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    While I trust that the FO knows what they're doing, I hope that they don't do that! Uggh!

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    Wexell is an asshat. Anyone who actually pays for his content needs their head examined.

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    Compton?!? I'd still go for Brooks & I'll take Wagner over David.
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