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Discussion in 'Patriots Draft Talk' started by State, May 14, 2012.

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    That's easy for me.

    Edwin Baker, RB, going to the Bolts late in the draft, seventh round I think. Five feet, 8" tall with a lot of muscle and 4.4 speed.

    He came out early. Part of that is that he has a baby child to support.

    Watch him make Harrison Smith look like his beetch at 0:58 seconds from 2010. And Smith was a first round player? He is totally owned here.

    Edwin Baker vs. Notre Dame (2010) - YouTube

    Baker lost his starting job to Le'evon Bell who is a 235+ back with speed and shake'n'bake.

    But unlike the reach of Wilson, Baker was at one time a Big Ten first team player.
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    On a similar note, Dan Pompei of National Football Post has picks who were the best bang for the buck. Juron Criner and George Iloka are mentioned.

    Also, that Iloka was the third-rated safety according to scouts Pompei has talked to. Nine best 'bang for the buck' draft picks | National Football Post

    Of course, Alfonzo Dennard is also listed:
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