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Discussion in 'Patriots Draft Talk' started by BelichickFan, Jan 26, 2006.

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  1. BelichickFan

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    What would you think of taking this monster if Neal leaves ? He's not the prototypical Patriot OL, we tend to go for guys a little on the smaller, athletic side but a huge guy with incredible strength like this is intriguing to me after our running problems this past year.
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    I'll pass.
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    Adding Max to your draft board is a good thought. Sims from Ohio State isn't bad and has left tackle experience. Boothe from Cornell also looks good and has played tackle. Gorin would make a better G then T and is okay as a run blocker too. Mayock (sp?) during NFL.com's coverage of Senior Bowl practice projected Colledge to G, put another 10 pounds on him and you have another Mankins.
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    I've seen almost all of the Georgia Games and this guy is huge, but soft! His size has made him a good linemen, but he lacks that Andruzzi/Mankins snarl, that makes a great linemen, I'd pass.
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    A little sleep deprivation and shock therapy can solve this problem.
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