Round 1

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  1. Waysouth

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    This probably means a trade to the back of the 1st round.
     
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    Keim can’t be that damn dumb to trade back in the first for Tyson Campbell
     
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    Agree we need stud rb unless blue chip corner is available come back at it in the 2nd rd and also free agency. But rushing success helps much more then KM - oline, defense whole team benefits, as well as opening up the playbook. Not just week to week but season quarter to quarter.
     
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    Would it be dumber than Isabella at 62?
     
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  5. Ouchie-Z-Clown

    Ouchie-Z-Clown I'm better than Mulli!

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    Uh, yeah can.
     
  6. Chopper0080

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    Obviously I am not Harry, but I love the athlete that Campbell is but he never seems to make a play on the ball. I am not sure if he just doesn't have the coverage instincts or what, but dude is just not a play maker. Super low ints and PBUs.
     
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  7. Harry

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    This comment hits the key point. With Campbell, seeing is not believing. This is also why I hate to evaluate players based on a highlight tape. If you watch those, you’ll think this guy is a round 1 talent. However, if you watch him play a game against a top team you’re struck with how often he seems confused. Misdirection baffles him. Crossing routes and bunched receivers menace him. He has all the athletic traits, but lacks game awareness. The more complex the play, the more likely he is to be in the wrong place. One interception in 3 years from an athlete with his skill says it all. In zone he’s especially vulnerable. The concern to me is I’m not sure what Campbell needs to develop can be taught.
     
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    Can someone post the interceptions and deflection numbers for each the highest ranked cb prospects?
     
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    agreed, you cant pass on him if he's there.
     
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    Just enter the name you want to view. :)
     
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    I'm not against drafting RBs high, I'm only against keeping them for more than their rookie contract.
     
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    I'm all for a CB in round one at #16 and short of that securing our 0-line for the long term. Pugh may be gone after this season and we've a bandaid on the right side. A RB can be found in RD#2 and beyond if need be - Imo.

    A future guard or tackle isn't sexy but after the gnashing on draft day may prove a prophectic choice in seasons to come.
     
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    Ouchie-Z-Clown I'm better than Mulli!

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    I’m in the CB first. If one of the top 3 wrs drops consider them. If neither of those then OL. I want to build an oline that other teams’ fans drool over.
     
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    Which, imo, should be against drafting them high.
     
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    AVT, J Phillips, Horn and Surtain are my shortlist of realistic options at 16. No idea what to do with Farley now. Would take one of the big three WRs too, but not expecting them to make it. I don’t value any RB anywhere close to mid first. Harris doesn’t have top end speed and Ettiene lacks vision.
     

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