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  1. AzPatsFan

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    What will we use our second three, the fours or fives on.

    I suggest Charlie Whithurst might be one pick.

    We need a third QB. CW is smart; graduated a year ago and played QB as a grad student. He has had an Off year but based on the Senior Bowl, I thought he looked very competent, in a Tom Brady sort of way...

    He has great size, some pocket mobility, and a very good but not great arm. His head appears to be screwed on right too, and that is criterion number one in my book...
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    I don't think Whitehurst will make it out of the 3rd round and I don't want a QB that high. I think this year we'll stick with Brady, Flutie and Cassel and draft a developmental QB on the second day next year.
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    Brady. Cassel/Flutie. Flutie/Cassel.
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    Maybe I'm a little eccentric, but I find I'm partial to 6th round QBs (or later).
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    Depends on if Cassel works his way up. He needs to put in a ton of time this off season and really learn this offense.

    Should be fun to see what happens in TC and in preseason games with this kid.

    Who knows there might be a QB controversy brewing!
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    Hardly. But, if we don't reinforce the O-line, we may see more of him than we expect to.
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    The two late round QBs that impressed me yesterday were Clemons out of Oregon and Martin from Furman.
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    Not saying Cassel does know the offense now, but what makes you say he doesn't?
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    I'm with Dryheat

    clemons and furman looked good considering I never heard of either one of them. Whitehurst has some game but I've seen him in a few games in his Clemson career and he is really inconsistent.
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    I couldn't agree more! This is a good year to build the future O-line. Mankins and Kaczur are good solid players and adding one or two good this year would solidify the line for a few years. A center/ guard and a right tackle project. resign Neal and Ashworth.....Let Brady live! :rocker:

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