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  • Greg Haefner finished Round 2!

    I actually liked round 2 better than round 1. But here are some issues.

    -I believe the 49ers brought in Chilo Rachal to play right tackle. So we'll have to see how that works out.
    -Seeing as how Alex Mack is a better prospect than Max Unger, it would make more sense for him to go the 49ers.
    -Louis Vasquez? I don't know, how good is his run-blocking going to be after playing for Texas Tech.
    -Percy Harvin is not the kind of receiver Baltimore is looking for. I don't how you can mention Yamon Figurs and not Demetrius Williams. Marcus Smith is the blue print of what kind of receiver the Ravens will be looking for from now on. 6'2"-6'5" in height and able to do damage after the catch. That's not Percy Harvin.
    -Is Kam Chancellor a free safety?
    -Mike Mickens is not a cover-2 CB. He's like 120 lbs.
    -Jonathan Luigs is huge reach. I can't see it happening.
    -James Davis would start over Mauroney in a heart-beat.
    -I didn't know LSU had two Al Woods.
    -The LeSean McCoy pick bothers me, since Chicago has more offensive line needs.

  • #2
    Question for Greg: What games have you seen Mark Parson play, and where did you get the game film?
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    • #3
      Was Mark Parson, the guy who's dad sent an e-mail?

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      • #4
        Yeah he sent me an email. I'm just curious on if Greg has actually seen him play. I've never seen Ohio on television, yet Greg says he has "game tape."
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        • #5
          The only gripe I have is with the Eagles pick. I doubt Eagles go LB, especially a middle linebacker. They love Stewart Bradley.
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          • #6
            The only gripe I have is that he pretty much uses Walter's rankings...2nd round looks eerily similar. (I have much more gripes, but that is the main one).
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            • #7
              Ok, so I'm betting alot of people are wondering why Al Woods was picked twice. Let me break down what happened:

              * The draft I sent to Walter on June 25th had 2 rounds, but round 2 was never posted (I don't know why)

              * A couple days ago I sent in my revised draft, and Walter posted NEW round 2 with OLD round 1.

              So, until he fixes that, here's a list of the pick changes from the first round, so that the second round will make more sense:

              12. Cincinnati Bengals – George Selvie, DE, South Florida

              The Bengals missed out on Sedrick Ellis in this past draft, but picked up another solid under-the-radar player in Pat Sims. With Domata Peko extended and Sims on the roster, DT because a less pressing concern than DE, where they just lost Justin Smith to free agency. Antwan Odom was a good pickup from Tennessee in free agency this off-season, but he needs a running mate on the other side. Enter George Selvie, who was put on the map by an upstart Bulls team in 2007 when he registered 14.5 sacks, 31.5 tackles for loss, 3 forced fumbles and a blocked kick. Those numbers can’t be ignored. He will fit in very nicely for the Bengals.

              13. Arizona Cardinals – Knowshon Moreno, RB, Georgia

              The Cardinals need some help with depth at RB and desperately need someone to push the fast-aging Edgerrin James for carries. J.J. Arrington was supposed to be that guy after the 2006 draft, but he busted plain and simple. They drafted Tim Hightower this year, who had great production last year (1,924 yards, 20 touchdowns on a 5.9 yard-per-carry average). Only problem is, that production came at Richmond. I wouldn’t bank on him being able to duplicate those numbers in the NFL. That’s not to say he won’t be a nice complimentary back, but I don’t think he’ll ever be a feature guy. Knowshon Moreno notched 1,334 yards and 14 touchdowns on a 5.4 yard-per-carry average at Georgia last season, and will be three years removed from high school when the 2009 draft rolls around. Barring some sort of major injury, he should be a surefire first round pick.

              17. Houston Texans – Brian Cushing, OLB, USC

              The Texans need help at OLB, and Brian Cushing could provide just that. Xavier Adibi might have promise as a seventh round pick in the 2008 draft, but after that, there’s not much to get excited about. Roosevelt Colvin was a good stop-gap option, but he will be 31 before the season starts, and does anyone in Houston really want to rely on Kevin Bentley, a guy who has never totaled 100 tackles in any of his seven seasons? I don’t think so. Cushing is an outstanding talent, and will be a welcome addition.

              25. New Orleans Saints – Brandon Pettigrew, TE, Oklahoma State

              The Saints missed out on Jeremy Shockey, but are able to grab the best tight end in this year's class in the late first round. Brandon Pettigrew has recorded 978 yards and 9 touchdowns in his three years so far at Oklahoma State. If he shines this year, he could force his way up in the draft, possibly as high as No. 20 to Buffalo.

              28. Indianapolis Colts – Fili Moala, DT, USC

              The Colts found a gem in Ed Johnson last year, and are going to try their luck with Quinn Pit**** taking over for Booger McFarland, but I don't see Pit**** being more than a rotational guy. Fili Moala could come in and make for a very formidable 4-man rotation up front, with he, Johnson, Pit****, and Raheem Brock all rotating in on different situations. End is also a possibility here if either Dwight Freeney or Robert Mathis bolt after the upcoming season.

              31. Jacksonville Jaguars – Sen’Derrick Marks, DT, Auburn

              The loss of Marcus Stroud leaves a really big gap next to John Henderson. This situation reminds me a lot of the Bills situation after the 2004 season. With a dominant defensive tackle tandem consisting of Pat Williams and Sam Adams, the Bills elected to let Williams leave in free agency, thinking that Adams could handle playing next to Ron Edwards. They were wrong. Just like Jacksonville is wrong if they think John Henderson can form the same tandem playing next to Tony McDaniel, Derek Landri or Jimmy Kennedy. Sen’Derrick Marks will fit nicely next to Henderson between newly acquired pass-rushers Derrick Harvey and Quentin Groves.


              Hopefully round two will make more sense now.
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              • #8
                Sorry, but just about everything in that texans write up is untrue. Adibi was a fourth rounder who was projected as a late 2nd-high third round pick. Rosevelt Colvin was signed as a defensive end/ pass rush specialist. And also, our starters right now look to be Zac Diles and Adibi/Morlon Greenwood, with Bentley being behind all of them. I'm not arguing the pick, just the facts around it.

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                • #9
                  He may look like two people, but Al Woods is actually one very large person.
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                  • #10
                    Yeah, Al Woods is probably the biggest backup in college.
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                    • #11
                      He really shouldn't be a backup. I don't know what LSU's thinking but it does look like they are serious.


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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Greg_Haefner View Post
                        Ok, so I'm betting alot of people are wondering why Al Woods was picked twice. Let me break down what happened:

                        * The draft I sent to Walter on June 25th had 2 rounds, but round 2 was never posted (I don't know why)

                        * A couple days ago I sent in my revised draft, and Walter posted NEW round 2 with OLD round 1.

                        So, until he fixes that, here's a list of the pick changes from the first round, so that the second round will make more sense:

                        12. Cincinnati Bengals – George Selvie, DE, South Florida

                        The Bengals missed out on Sedrick Ellis in this past draft, but picked up another solid under-the-radar player in Pat Sims. With Domata Peko extended and Sims on the roster, DT because a less pressing concern than DE, where they just lost Justin Smith to free agency. Antwan Odom was a good pickup from Tennessee in free agency this off-season, but he needs a running mate on the other side. Enter George Selvie, who was put on the map by an upstart Bulls team in 2007 when he registered 14.5 sacks, 31.5 tackles for loss, 3 forced fumbles and a blocked kick. Those numbers can’t be ignored. He will fit in very nicely for the Bengals.

                        13. Arizona Cardinals – Knowshon Moreno, RB, Georgia

                        The Cardinals need some help with depth at RB and desperately need someone to push the fast-aging Edgerrin James for carries. J.J. Arrington was supposed to be that guy after the 2006 draft, but he busted plain and simple. They drafted Tim Hightower this year, who had great production last year (1,924 yards, 20 touchdowns on a 5.9 yard-per-carry average). Only problem is, that production came at Richmond. I wouldn’t bank on him being able to duplicate those numbers in the NFL. That’s not to say he won’t be a nice complimentary back, but I don’t think he’ll ever be a feature guy. Knowshon Moreno notched 1,334 yards and 14 touchdowns on a 5.4 yard-per-carry average at Georgia last season, and will be three years removed from high school when the 2009 draft rolls around. Barring some sort of major injury, he should be a surefire first round pick.

                        17. Houston Texans – Brian Cushing, OLB, USC

                        The Texans need help at OLB, and Brian Cushing could provide just that. Xavier Adibi might have promise as a seventh round pick in the 2008 draft, but after that, there’s not much to get excited about. Roosevelt Colvin was a good stop-gap option, but he will be 31 before the season starts, and does anyone in Houston really want to rely on Kevin Bentley, a guy who has never totaled 100 tackles in any of his seven seasons? I don’t think so. Cushing is an outstanding talent, and will be a welcome addition.

                        25. New Orleans Saints – Brandon Pettigrew, TE, Oklahoma State

                        The Saints missed out on Jeremy Shockey, but are able to grab the best tight end in this year's class in the late first round. Brandon Pettigrew has recorded 978 yards and 9 touchdowns in his three years so far at Oklahoma State. If he shines this year, he could force his way up in the draft, possibly as high as No. 20 to Buffalo.

                        28. Indianapolis Colts – Fili Moala, DT, USC

                        The Colts found a gem in Ed Johnson last year, and are going to try their luck with Quinn Pit**** taking over for Booger McFarland, but I don't see Pit**** being more than a rotational guy. Fili Moala could come in and make for a very formidable 4-man rotation up front, with he, Johnson, Pit****, and Raheem Brock all rotating in on different situations. End is also a possibility here if either Dwight Freeney or Robert Mathis bolt after the upcoming season.

                        31. Jacksonville Jaguars – Sen’Derrick Marks, DT, Auburn

                        The loss of Marcus Stroud leaves a really big gap next to John Henderson. This situation reminds me a lot of the Bills situation after the 2004 season. With a dominant defensive tackle tandem consisting of Pat Williams and Sam Adams, the Bills elected to let Williams leave in free agency, thinking that Adams could handle playing next to Ron Edwards. They were wrong. Just like Jacksonville is wrong if they think John Henderson can form the same tandem playing next to Tony McDaniel, Derek Landri or Jimmy Kennedy. Sen’Derrick Marks will fit nicely next to Henderson between newly acquired pass-rushers Derrick Harvey and Quentin Groves.


                        Hopefully round two will make more sense now.
                        What exactly makes you think George Selvie could possibly fall out of the top 5 at this point? I mean the guy is a beast and has produced as solidly as any other defender in college football. To me, this guy could be even more of a beast than Vernon Gholston.


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                        • #13
                          he's only a backup if Charles Alexander doesn't get hurt. He missed most of last season with an injury.

                          There are serious doubts about Woods' work ethic. He has fat chunks of athletic talent, but he better get his butt moving or he could be supplanted by sophomore Drake Nevis.
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                          • #14
                            Just to add to my original statement, LSU has extraordinary depth at Defensive Tackle. Guys like Al Woods, Marlon Favorite and Drake Nevis would be starters at 96% of all division I programs, and they are depth guys here in LSU. LSU just got a five star DT recruit named Chris Davenport and there's a heavy chance we land another five star DT named JaMarkus McFarland (with a name like that, you gotta come to LSU.)

                            What I'm saying is this: you need more than talent to be a DT starter at LSU.
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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by supremeworldemperor View Post
                              Just to add to my original statement, LSU has extraordinary depth at Defensive Tackle. Guys like Al Woods, Marlon Favorite and Drake Nevis would be starters at 96% of all division I programs, and they are depth guys here in LSU. LSU just got a five star DT recruit named Chris Davenport and there's a heavy chance we land another five star DT named JaMarkus McFarland (with a name like that, you gotta come to LSU.)

                              What I'm saying is this: you need more than talent to be a DT starter at LSU.
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