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    Live 2012 NFL Draft Thread Rounds 4-7

    Final Day of the Draft! Discuss here.

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    lets see how the vikings finish off this awesome draft

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    Walter I told you the Dolphins needed a TE LOL.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JoeLegend View Post
    Walter I told you the Dolphins needed a TE LOL.
    You called it all along.

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    My favorite players left are:
    1. Lamar Miller - his size, speed and shiftiness I thought for sure would have him drafted by now. His vision is average but I thought some team would see great potential there.
    2. Bobby Massie - Great run blocking RT with decent feet.
    3. Ronnell Lewis - A very good athlete that has scheme versatility. Maybe his versatility is hurting him as he's without a true position in the NFL.
    4. Alameda Ta'amu - Mammoth NT that can eat up blockers.
    5. Marvin Jones - 6"3 with 4.4 speed and an outstanding catch radius. No name receivers went ahead of him.
    6. Jared Crick - Missed the season but I expect his tape, experience and versatility would have had him drafted already.
    7. Antonio Allen - Tall, athletic strong safety that likes to be up in the box. At 6"2 he has the height and speed to cover TEs. I expected him to coveted because of that.
    8. Brandon Boykin - Physical, fast corner with playmaking ability.
    9. Cam Johnson - Powerful against the run and can rush the passer. Low production for a solid athlete.
    10. Josh Norman - Good ball skills, looks fluid in motion and has good size.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mdb17 View Post
    My favorite players left are:
    1. Lamar Miller - his size, speed and shiftiness I thought for sure would have him drafted by now. His vision is average but I thought some team would see great potential there.
    2. Bobby Massie - Great run blocking RT with decent feet.
    3. Ronnell Lewis - A very good athlete that has scheme versatility. Maybe his versatility is hurting him as he's without a true position in the NFL.
    4. Alameda Ta'amu - Mammoth NT that can eat up blockers.
    5. Marvin Jones - 6"3 with 4.4 speed and an outstanding catch radius. No name receivers went ahead of him.
    6. Jared Crick - Missed the season but I expect his tape, experience and versatility would have had him drafted already.
    7. Antonio Allen - Tall, athletic strong safety that likes to be up in the box. At 6"2 he has the height and speed to cover TEs. I expected him to coveted because of that.
    8. Brandon Boykin - Physical, fast corner with playmaking ability.
    9. Cam Johnson - Powerful against the run and can rush the passer. Low production for a solid athlete.
    10. Josh Norman - Good ball skills, looks fluid in motion and has good size.
    Really really surprised he wasn't picked up in the first 3 rounds.

  8. Quote Originally Posted by JLash View Post
    Really really surprised he wasn't picked up in the first 3 rounds.
    I'm not really. From what I saw of him, he offers little in passing game (essential for modern RB's) and seemed average against better defenses.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Todd Marinovich's Trip View Post
    I'm not really. From what I saw of him, he offers little in passing game (essential for modern RB's) and seemed average against better defenses.
    Hmmm. I didn't get to see him play a ton but going over his game logs it looks like he **** on Ohio St. and Virginia Tech as two of the better defenses he played last year. UNC shut him down, but it doesn't look like he was a no-show against good teams.

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    More tight ends!
    Colts CMD

    QB-Peyton Manning
    RB-
    WR-Anquan Boldin
    WR-Doug Baldwin
    WR-Mohamed Sanu
    TE-Kyle Rudolph
    LT-Eugene Monroe
    LG-Matt Slauson
    C-Roberto Garza
    RG-Willie Colon
    RT-Joe Barksdale

    DE-Michael Bennett
    DT-Terrance Knighton
    DT-Tony McDaniel
    DE-Robert Ayers
    OLB-Malcolm Smith
    MLB-Kiko Alonso
    OLB-
    CB-Alterraun Verner
    CB-
    FS-Michael Griffin
    SS-Marcus Gilchrist

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