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  1. Boston Boxer

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    I think the GBN Mock is fairly plausible, however, I think it is a bit of a reach to think that Atlanta would spend their 47th pick on Max Jean-Giles and convert him to SS. Any amatuer draft-nik knows he projects much better to CB.
     
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    Max ideal for press coverage. He could threaten to eat the wr.
    Not sure if he has ball awareness for cover 2 though.
     
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    Greenway is good value.
    Williams - alligator arms in the Senior Bowl: there are two WRs who produced in their All-Star games the way they did in the regular season - Mike Hass and Brandon Marshall, I'd take one of them in that order at 52.
    Bing - okay in the 3rd, but I don't consider safety a draft need this year.
    Drew - would be okay, I'm starting to change my mind about the need to draft a RB given the way the Pats' passing game is shaping up.
     
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    Sign me up. I'd take that draft class in a heartbeat.
     
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    I would take Charles Spencer at # 52. And Jason Avant in the 3rd.

    Like Greenway and Bing.
     
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    I don't know, Maurice Drew in round 3? How does that help the team?
     
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    I don't like Drew there, either. Can we please just draft a solid, RB with Dillon-ish size who isn't named Cedric Cobbs?
     
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    Haas and Marshall did have great production in the all star games, but they also weren't in the senior bowl. They were playing against lesser competition.
     
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    Perhaps, we won't dwell on the point that Mankins played in the Shrine Game, but the point is they played partial games with strange QBs and racked up over 100 yds and a TD each. That is production by any standard.
     
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