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    Re: Day 3 BPA's by position



    My hope for the next two picks is Barrett Jones and Da'Rick Rogers/Ryan Swope/Quinton Patton.
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    Re: Day 3 BPA's by position

    Quote Originally Posted by arnie_uk View Post
    Wy is every one in love with swope when Patton and Rodgers are still there?
    All three would be excellent additions.

    I can't speak for everyone, but what I like about Swope is his balance. He has really outstanding balance, which helps when he goes up for a pass and is getting hit at the same time. Even though he isn't the biggest receiver, he's not easy to take down.

    Plus, you have to love his speed and route running. Definitely nice things to have.

    Finally, and this is something I look for as well from college receivers, I noticed that when he is catching sideline passes he makes an effort to drag both feet rather than just one. That is a small thing, but it is something that collegiate receivers have to get used to in the NFL. He already does it. Just one less thing he has to learn.
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    Re: Day 3 BPA's by position

    Quote Originally Posted by wickedsolo View Post
    My hope for the next two picks is Barrett Jones and Da'Rick Rogers/Ryan Swope/Quinton Patton.
    I'd be amazed if we can swing that...

    I don't think most of them will make it to our pick. Then again, everytime I've predicted that, I've been proven wrong. So...
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    Re: Day 3 BPA's by position

    Quote Originally Posted by LukeDaniel View Post
    Okafor is the BPA in my opinion. Doubt he makes it much farther, but you have to wonder if we go with another defensive player if he still is.

    Okafor
    Swope
    Barrett Jones
    Patton
    Rodgers


    My top 5 wish list
    We have to stick to BPA, but if we draft a 4th D player without any offense, Caldwell may just take a swing at Ozzie.
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    I am hoping the Ravens take one of the top WRs and Top OTs left with the pick. Would love Patton, Da Rick at WR. Would love to see Fragel or Bahktari. If they wait a round for OT I really like Marqardt as a developmental LT. Guy missed a year but has the size and athleticism.

    Round 5 or 6 I like Fauria at TE. He is good blocker and decent receiver. He would be a great compliment to Pitta.

    Late round pick would be Jamoris Slaughter at S. He was injured this year. He would be a great guy for nickel and dime.




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    Re: Day 3 BPA's by position

    Quote Originally Posted by wickedsolo View Post
    My hope for the next two picks is Barrett Jones and Da'Rick Rogers/Ryan Swope/Quinton Patton.
    Beat me to it. Jones and Rogers are the two on my wish list.

    We're getting into the territory where it will be depth guys I've never heard of, though.




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    What I think the FO will do...

    4-129 Chris Harper WR
    4-130 Earl Watford OG
    5-168 Xavier Nixon OT
    6-200 Ryan Otten TE
    6-203 Steve Beauharnais ILB


    Only Beauharnais is a "my guy", but that's a pretty good take IMO.
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    Re: Day 3 BPA's by position

    Quote Originally Posted by ursula View Post

    QB - TYLER BRAY (maybe, if he interviewed well)

    RB -- ANDRE ELLINGTON, ..... anyone for MARCUS LATTIMORE?

    OL- Barrett Jones, Brian Schwenke, Oday Aboushi, Jordan Mills, Reid Fragel, Alvin Bailey, Ricky Wagner, J.C. Tretter, Chris Faulk, David Quessenberry, Travis Bond, Xavier Nixon, Luke Marquardt, DAVID BAKHTIARI

    WR- Quinton Patton, Da'Rick Rogers, Denard Robinson, Ryan Swope, Ace Sanders, Josh Boyce, Kenny Stills, Mark Harrison, Marquess Wilson, Chris Harper, Cobi Hamilton, Conner Vernon, COREY FULLER

    TE- Dion Sims, Michael Williams, Ryan Otten, Nick Kasa, Levine Toilolo, Joseph Fauria, Ryan Griffin


    Defense-

    CB- Jordan Poyer, B.W. Webb, Mike Edwards, Tharold Simon, Steve Williams, Adrian Bushell, GREG REID (another "Honey Badger", in many ways, but without the hype?)

    S- Shamarko Thomas, Tony Jefferson, Earl Wolff, Bacarri Rambo, Duke Williams, Phillip Thomas, John Boyett, JOSH EVANS

    DT- Jesse Williams, Akeem Spence, Kwame Geathers, T.J. Barnes, Everett Dawkins

    DE-Alex Okafor, William Gholston, Joe Kruger, Malliciah Goodman, Quanterus Smith, John Simon, Michael Buchanan, Mike Catapano

    ILB- Khaseem Greene, Kevin Reddick, A.J. Klein, Steve Beauharnais

    OLB- Chase Thomas, Jelani Jenkins, Gerald Hodges, Cornelius Washington, Sean Porter, Trevardo Williams
    Nice list... I just added a few names in CAPS and threw in my vote/2 cents for some of the guys on the list by bolding, underlining etc. The more emphasis, the more I like the player. Marquess Wilson would be my most coveted player here, but the way the draft is going, the Giants will take him, because they're taking everybody I wanted us to take. On NFL .com the fans have graded their draft a "C" -- insane! They might have gotten Pugh later, they might not. I love all three players they've taken. I like our guys so far, but I'd trade drafts with NYG right now in a second.




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    Re: Day 3 BPA's by position

    Quote Originally Posted by NC Raven View Post
    Nice list... I just added a few names in CAPS and threw in my vote/2 cents for some of the guys on the list by bolding, underlining etc. The more emphasis, the more I like the player. Marquess Wilson would be my most coveted player here, but the way the draft is going, the Giants will take him, because they're taking everybody I wanted us to take. On NFL .com the fans have graded their draft a "C" -- insane! They might have gotten Pugh later, they might not. I love all three players they've taken. I like our guys so far, but I'd trade drafts with NYG right now in a second.
    Nice additions.

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    Anybody know anything about Juszczyk as a inline blocker, i know he has the lead blocking and receiving appeal but if he can block inline he could fit multiple roles




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    Is add Mychal Rivera and Chris Gragg at TE as well.


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    Re: Day 3 BPA's by position

    If the Ravens take another DB (and I think they will) it wouldn't surprise me if it was Sanders Commings (6'0", 215lb, 4.41) out of Georgia, simply because he is one of those versatile 'tweener-types - a decent corner who probably is better suited to play safety. My dark horse at CB is Micah Hyde (Illinois). I really like his tape for a late round pick.




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    Re: Day 3 BPA's by position

    For a sortable list, go to this page:

    http://www.cbssports.com/nfl/draft/drafttracker

    Part way down the page, under the "On The Clock" section with the big team logos (in draft order), there is a "Prospects" tab. click on it and you can see every player yet to be taken.




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    Re: Day 3 BPA's by position

    FWIW, and it ain't much, Walter football has their two day 3 mocks out, 4th and 5th rounds only.

    Walter gives us: 4th round: Barrett Jones, and Chris Harper, and 5th round Andre Ellington who he admits is more because he didn't think Ellington would slide any more.

    Charlie Campbell gives us: 4th round: Chris Harper and Jordan Poyer, 5th round: Joe Kruger

    Fanspeak.com/some dude named Steve gives us: 4th round Jordan Mills, and BW Webb, 5th round: Nico Johnson

    Fanspeak.com/some dude named Willy gives us: 4th round Aaron Mellette and Malliciah Goodman, 5th round: Keith Pough AND he gives us a 6th round: WR Jasper Collins and S Sanders Commings




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    I really, really don't want Chris Harper.


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