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    Minter, Manti or Ogletree at 32?



    The only thing missing from having a LOADED front is a solid MLB. I can't see us letting Minter, Manti or Ogletree slide if any of them are still there at 32.




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    Re: Minter, Manti or Ogletree at 32?

    In all honesty, if I had to choose between one of these three at 32, I would ask for a fourth option to trade back into the top of the second.

    Then, at the top of the second, I would select Kevin Minter. However, if Austin is gone and the Ravens have a first round grade on Minter (They actually had a first round grade on Torrey Smith, Sergio Kindle and Courtney Upshaw), I would be happy with the pick.
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    Re: Minter, Manti or Ogletree at 32?

    Neither, Arthur Brown, terron armstead, johnathan Cyprien or de Andre Hopkins. In that order




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    Re: Minter, Manti or Ogletree at 32?

    What about Vaccaro?




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    Re: Minter, Manti or Ogletree at 32?

    I rank 'em:

    1. Arthur Brown
    2. Kevin Minter
    3. Manti Te'o
    4. Ogletree

    With our DLine and pass rush, these guys will have an easier time.




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    Re: Minter, Manti or Ogletree at 32?

    Quote Originally Posted by The Excellector View Post
    In all honesty, if I had to choose between one of these three at 32, I would ask for a fourth option to trade back into the top of the second.

    Then, at the top of the second, I would select Kevin Minter. However, if Austin is gone and the Ravens have a first round grade on Minter (They actually had a first round grade on Torrey Smith, Sergio Kindle and Courtney Upshaw), I would be happy with the pick.
    Austin will be long gone. Especially with so few playmakers on the board. Vikings need a replacement for Harvin, and Steelers are down two WR's. He's not getting past either of those.




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    Re: Minter, Manti or Ogletree at 32?

    Quote Originally Posted by arnie_uk View Post
    Neither, Arthur Brown, terron armstead, johnathan Cyprien or de Andre Hopkins. In that order
    I'll take nuk 10 times out of 10. We can get a solid ILB in the 2nd round.




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    Re: Minter, Manti or Ogletree at 32?

    If Ogletree is there I think you have to take him. I know he has fallen a bit but I think he offers physical traits that Minter and Manti do not.

    Especially for first round status.




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    Re: Minter, Manti or Ogletree at 32?

    Quote Originally Posted by ballhawk View Post
    What about Vaccaro?
    If he somehow slides remotely in the Ravens area I could see them trying to move up maybe. Doubtful though.




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    Re: Minter, Manti or Ogletree at 32?

    Quote Originally Posted by Iscull View Post
    I'll take nuk 10 times out of 10. We can get a solid ILB in the 2nd round.
    I think Arthur brown will be a stud, he will probably be gone by my estimations. I also think terron armstead has left tackle potential, and I love Cyprien, I think wide out has the best second round talent in the draft which is why. I have Hopkins at four there.




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    Re: Minter, Manti or Ogletree at 32?

    Quote Originally Posted by PGCountyRaven85 View Post
    I rank 'em:

    1. Arthur Brown
    2. Kevin Minter
    3. Manti Te'o
    4. Ogletree

    With our DLine and pass rush, these guys will have an easier time.
    Bostic I think could be another guy to target later.




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    Re: Minter, Manti or Ogletree at 32?

    Most mocks I've seen have Ogletree gone way before 32. Te'o has even been creeping up above 32. Minter at 32 would be fine. If Ozzie can SOMEHOW finagle a 13th pick by moving back a couple spots, would be willing to take the risk. I think Arthur Brown is one guy who will go later than the other 3, but many are thinking he might be a better ILB in the long run, so...
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    I like Ogletree out of those three.

    I also really like Reddick as well as Brown and Greene.

    I think it's really important to increase the athleticism and speed.


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    Re: Minter, Manti or Ogletree at 32?

    The thing is you just never know who is going to slide down and fall into your range. That is what makes the drat so great.

    If a couple of these guys are somehow still on the board...trade back a few spots and get that extra pick.

    Someone always falls.




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    Te'o.

    However, I would rather Brown, Greene, or Reddick later in the draft.

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