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Levitre, Cadogan or Luigs

  1. Andy Levitre

    3 vote(s)
    20.0%
  2. Gerald Cadogan

    2 vote(s)
    13.3%
  3. Jonathan Luigs

    8 vote(s)
    53.3%
  4. Other

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    13.3%
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  1. BadMoFo

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    First of two third round picks for the Pats, No. 89.

    I'm thinking Luis, because I think I can get the Levitre, Canfield or Cadogan with the other third rounder.

    Here's who we have drafted thus far:

    Larry English Tyson Jackson Louis Delmas Brian Robiskie
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    I think Luigs is a good fit for the Pats, somewhat underrated.

    You're having yourself a nice draft! :)
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    Your reasoning is solid - Levitre, Canfield or Cadogan may well still be available. And don't forget BOR's favorite, TJ Lang.
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    Someone took him a few spots earlier.
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    I really like Lang as a player. He will probably move inside at the NFL level. He is extremely aggressive and nasty and projects to excel at flat back drive blocking.

    Levitre also projects to move inside to OG and he is also extremely nasty. He abused USC defenders in their game last season and seemed to be enjoying it. Decent drive blocker and can sink the hips and anchor against bul rushers. If not for the short arms, he would project very nicely in the Pats OL.
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    For transparency, this guy is a binkie but I go with Cadogan. College left tackle experience with NFL starter grade at RT or Guard. Tackle \ Guard combos are of higher value than C/G.
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    :yeahthat: For all the same reasons.
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    Let me start by saying, damn, you guys have killed the draft with those players. There isn't a better 34 end in the class than Jackson, English has a motor that never quits, Delmas is fantastic in the box and Robiske would fill Jabar Gaffney's absence immediately.

    For the guards, I'd probably go with Levitre because of what the Patriots do. He's not great in space, but he's terrific in a phone booth, has a stout punch, and can push boulders on the inside.

    I saw him get planted in the open field a few times at OSU and frequently at the Senior Bowl, but he really excels in short spaces.
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    I would take the All American Center Luigs:)
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