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    I just thought I'd stir up some crap with this one.

    Who is the athletic freak binky for next years draft.

    Taylor Mays?

    Jermaine Gresham?

    Sean Weatherspoon?

    Javier Arenas?

    Kyle Wilson?

    I'm sure I missed a few ... but someone is sure to add them because after all that is why they call them binkies.
     
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    S Eric Berry, aka "The Fifth Dimension", Tennessee
     
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    Definitely echo the choice of Eric Berry. Second coming of Ed Reed.

    I'm really intrigued by Greg Romeus right now. I'd like to see what he does with another year in football--he's only been playing the game for a couple years now (basketball guy, originally), but he's getting better and better. Last year he had something like 15 TFL and 7 or 8 sacks, and he mentioned that he's just starting to learn proper technique and play with better instincts and understanding of the game. He's 6'5 and close to 270, with great lateral agility and speed. Sounds to me like a potential OLB conversion. I'm hoping to catch a few of his games on TV this year.
     
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    Derrick Harvey!
     
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    Sergio Kindle. Book it

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    Carl Ihenacho - He probably doesn't have the height BB like, but this guys looks good in hightlight video. Probably available in 3rd or 4th round.

    YouTube - Carl Ihenacho San Jose State 2008 Junior highlight tape

    2009 NFP scouting series: San Jose State | National Football Post

    Carl Ihenacho: No. 95, DE/OLB, 6-3, 248

    An undersized defensive end who does a nice job timing the snap count and can deliver a decent punch on contact. However, he lacks the bulk to hold the point of attack and is consistently washed out of plays.

    Displays a good first step off the ball and does a great job taking offensive tackles up the field and breaking off an inside pivot. However, he gets too high when changing directions and lacks the strength to consistently fight through the block. Exhibits the flexibility to drop his pad level on contact and dip under opposing linemen off the edge. Showcases impressive body control and balance when turning the corner and has a good closing burst toward the ball.

    Impression: Displays a quick first step, but it’s his change-of-direction skills and flexibility that make him such a gifted pass rusher. Looks like an ideal 3-4 OLB at the next level.
     
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    Aren't you 2 drafts too late?
     
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    Don't forget Jahvid Best. He ran the 100m in 10.31 secs and averaged over 8 yards a carry last year and is the most explosive college player since Reggie Bush.
     
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    Agreed. Book it.
     
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    Would Terrence Cody count? ;)
     
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    Oh, he's the real deal. He's a track star who has made football a priority in his life. Great player.
     
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    This isnt about a new player, but just news on one already mentioned:
    Anybody think that Kindle's car accident will take him off the Pats "wish list"? I mean it def seems like he was drunk and fled just so that he doesnt get charged with DUI...again.
    We've seen BB take chances on people who messed up onetime(recently Tate), but I cant remember any repeat offenders being drafted(and by take a chance, I mean use a draft pick, they're all chances).
     
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    Lower-ranked guy but very versatile:
    James Starks*|*Buffalo,*RB*:*2010 NFL Draft Scout Player Profile

    signed on as a QB but took over as RB his soph year. First 1,000-yard rusher in Buff history. 6-2, 213, can play RB or flanker. Nice-looking third-down option (had 52 receptions last year). Again, not near the talent of Jahvid Best, but a solid change-of-pace back available on Day Two.
     
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    Can he block? How is he at picking up the blitz?????
     
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