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  1. Handel

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    Don't care for it at all. IMO, every single one of those guys is a reach at the spot they were drafted at.

    I mean, if Wimbley and Lawson are still on the board at #19, a trade up could happen. But without trading here's what I see:

    #21 Lawson (Hali, Mangold)
    #52 Klopfenstein (Hodge, Griffen)
    #75 Hodge (Hagan, Hass)
    #86 Hass (Hagan, Norwood)
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    I like those picks except Marshall at #21. I'm still looking at Carpenter at #21, if we stay there or even if we trade down a few spots. Maybe Lawson, but I'm more interested in Carpenter or Youboty. If Manning CB is around at #52, I'd take him if we take Carpenter.

    I really like Haralson and Parnham. We better take Hass either at 86 or 106.
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    I don't really buy into that draft.

    BB and SP build from front to back. They like trenchs guys. So far lineman on both sides and tight ends on the o-side. I think that with the 2 lines very solid and the TE position in good shape, the next logical spot is LB. So if it is a LB or OL I am not going to be surprised. Anything else, I highly doubt it is happening. Marshall could be a great fit, but I doubt they try fro a CB that high.

    Now second, third, and fourth rounds, I expect to see WR, CB, and RB. With maybe another tight end and and another OL. But this where they typically will pick those types, with a fair amount of moving up and down.

    5-6 & 7, PK, TE, QB are almost certian somewhere in there.
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    It seems like people are way too latched on to the Belichick Former Assistant thing with Fresno St., Notre Dame and Virginia (Groh being a former co-assistant). I realize there's significant history with our LSU draftees and, last year, Fresno State. But it seems like it's being taken way too far (although I do like Pinegar late in the draft ;))
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    Im not high on Kai Parham at all. I dont feel that Combine numbers tell the whole story but when you run a 40 in the high 4s (which i believe he ran) thats just too slow to play for this defense in my opinion. Id prefer someone like a Tim Dobbins from Iowa St at this point compared to parham
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