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Team Needs, 2015 Draft (In order of need): CB, OLB, FS
2015 Draft Trade 1/22 & 4/118 to Titans for 2/33 & 3/66
2/56) Alex Carter-CB-Stanford
3/66) T.J. Yeldon-RB-Alabama
3/87) Josh Shaw-DB-USC
5/152) Geneo Grissom-OLB-Oklahoma
6/183) Titus Davis-WR-Central Mich
6c) Wes Saxton-TE-South Alabama
7/214) Julian Wilson-DB-Oklahoma
Talking WR's, I'd prefer the speedy Tavon Austin over them all... He'd fit perfectly in the Haley offense. Would return punts and KO's immediately.. He's small, but so is DeSean Jackson... Austin would def. rack up the YAC... my 2 cents.
Regarding Spence. ^^^ I agree. I doubt he'll ever pan out.
Last edited by pfelix73; 03-14-2013 at 08:13 PM.
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Patterson isn't the most polished, there are receivers more polished than him. Allen is one and Woods is another. What Patterson lacks is coachable....What the others lack they will never obtain.
Last edited by JUST-PLAIN-NASTY; 03-14-2013 at 08:56 PM.
If Jarvis Jones isn't there, I'd go Hopkins or Minter. It's tough to determine where Minter is rated right now but I think he is a perfect fit as a our 3-4 ILB of the future and could see playing time this year. I think Hopkins could immediately come in and beat out Sanders.
If Hopkins is drafted in the 1st then I would go Minter in the 2nd (if available), or Lacy (if available). If neither are available then I look for safety. There is A LOT of very good safety depth that will be available in the 2nd and likely the 3rd:
Vaccaro, Elam, Swearinger, Eric Reid, Thomas, Rambo, Jefferson, McDonald.
I know this is a mixture of FS and SS. I also don't see Vaccaro being head and shoulders above some of the other talent.
If you are going we in the first the. You have to take Tavon Austin.
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22 CB Marcus Peters Washington
56 TE Maxx Williams Minnesota
87 RB TJ Yeldon BAMA
118 G Josue Matias FSU
152 OLB Jordan Hicks Texas
183 DT Tyeler Davison FRESNO STATE
214 WR Mario Alford WVU