Jamie Silva

Discussion in 'Patriots Draft Talk' started by BradyToMoss, Feb 26, 2008.

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  1. BradyToMoss

    BradyToMoss Guest

    How would Jamie Silva look playing next to Meriweather as our safety tandem of the future?

    Some scouts are saying he could be the next Pat Tillman, John Lynch. He hits like a truck and would blossom if he was able to play a year with his idol Rodney.

    I think the Pats may have to trade up in Round 4 to get him, but I think he's worth it, especially with Geno moving on.
  2. TheBaronPatriot

    TheBaronPatriot On the Game Day Roster

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    can you post some of his measurable from the combine?
  3. PatsFanJess

    PatsFanJess Rotational Player and Threatening Starter's Job

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    Yeah this kids awesome! He was a big factor for BC's defense.
  4. dryheat44

    dryheat44 Experienced Starter w/First Big Contract

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    I have a hard time seeing him as anything other than a special teamer....Maybe a safety in the box in short yardage. The kid's heart and instincts are off the charts, but I just don't think he's athletic enough to be an NFL regular.
  5. sebman2112

    sebman2112 In the Starting Line-Up

    5'10" 204lbs. Whatever times he records at the combine will get posted later today.

    Edit: I just wanted to add that he didn't do the bench press, so we'll have to see what he actually does at the combine. Some of the LB's basically just came to get measures, and didn't do anything else.
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  6. BradyToMoss

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    He's a combine invite, you'll get all of his numbers today, it's DB day today down in Indy.

    Jamie is one of those kids who probably won't test well at the combine, but he's one of those guys that brings it game in/game out and coaches who watch his game tapes will see his value. Like Dryheat mentioned, he has the heart of a lion, you'll get every ounce of effort out of him and then some. He's a poor man's John Lynch who may in time end up being just like him. He is on the smaller side by SS standards, but he plays much bigger.

    Here's a good scout link on him:

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  7. ctpatsfan77

    ctpatsfan77 PatsFans.com Supporter PatsFans.com Supporter

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    [The following is not meant as a judgment, just an observation.]

    Is it just me or does Silva sound like a cross between Welker and Ventrone?

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