Discussion in 'Patriots Draft Talk' started by bakes781, Mar 23, 2012.
I say Ben Jones C
What!!! Has someone taken over your account?
With Light's status up in the air and Vollmer with an ailing back (which if you remember Kazcur was never the same after his) I think we should take an OT.
James Brown OT Troy would also be a good value here and fits a need.
He's 6'3" though and projects as a Guard in the NFL.
We still have Solder, Vollmer and Cannon as OT's. There are also no good Guard or OT's of value at this spot IMO.
I'd rather get someone like Ryan Miller in the 4th.
FWIW, I did a project mapping big boards across the web (got through 11). Jamell Fleming is a mid to late second rounder as a consensus view.
Could you kindly post a composite? That would be well worth perusing.
How old are those BB's though?
I've got about 5 sites I use to form a composite and most have him as the 8th-15th best CB in the draft. And a mid 3rd-4th round prospect.
What's hurting him from what I can tell is bad games against Baylor and Oklahoma State. Which doesn't translate well in the pass happy NFL.
I thought about putting them up as a thread, will do that.
Rolling On Floor Licking My Ovaries Apparently?
I didn't know you were a woman.
I'm trying to throw SF off the scent of the BPA
Just make your pick and stop the foolishness,please.
I'm going with Ben Jones C, Geo.
More help for the defense. I'll go with Casey Hayward if he's still on the board.
Otherwise, Chris Polk. He's not Corey Dillon tough but tough enough.
Both players are underrated and will be solid pros. Book it!
Billy Winn DE
Ronnell Lewis, DE/OLB, Oklahoma interest me and I would love to see what BB could do with this kid.
Josh Robinson, CB/KR, Central Florfida would be a value pick IMO. We need guys who can play CB as many times we have three on the field.
Chandler Jones, DE, Syracuse is my guy who I would like to see after the 2012 season as he will take a year to be what I think. The way the draft played out I might lean to....
Trumaine Johnson, FS/CB, Montana, I could see BB drafting this guy right here. The way the draft board and who we have picked I might vote for him as my selections.
# Team GM Deadline
1 Indianapolis - Andrew Luck QB Stanford
2 Washington - Robert Griffin III QB Baylor
3 Minnesota - Matt Kalil OT USC
4 Cleveland - Morris Claiborne CB LSU
5 Tampa Bay - Trent Richardson RB Alabama
6 St. Louis - Justin Blackmon WR Oklahoma State
7 Jacksonville - Melvin Ingram DE South Carolina
8 Miami - Quinton Coples DE North Carolina
9 Carolina - Dontari Poe DT Memphis
10 Buffalo - Jonathan Martin OT Stanford
11 Kansas City - Riley Reiff OT Iowa
12 Seattle - Ryan Tannehill QB Texas A&M
13 Arizona - Michael Floyd WR Notre Dame
14 Dallas - Luke Kuechly LB Boston College
15 Philadelphia - Courtney Upshaw LB Alabama
16 New York Jets - Michael Brockers DE/DT LSU
17 Cincinnati - David DeCastro OG Stanford
18 San Diego - Dre' Kirkpatrick CB Alabama
19 Chicago - Cordy Glenn OG Georgia
20 Tennessee - Whitney Mercilius DE Illinois
21 Cincinnati - Janoris Jenkins CB North Alabama
22 Cleveland - Kendall Wright WR Baylor
23 Detroit - Stephon Gilmore CB South Carolina
24 Pittsburgh - Donta Hightower ILB Alabama
25 Denver - Coby Fleener TE Stanford
26 Houston - Fletcher Cox DE/DT Mississippi State
27 New England - Mark Barron S Alabama
28 Green Bay - Peter Konz C/OG Wisconsin
29 Baltimore - Nick Perry DE/OLB USC
30 San Francisco - David Wilson RB Virginia Tech
31 New England - Devon Still DT Penn State
32 New York Giants - Zach Brown LB North Carolina
# Team GM Deadline
33 St. Louis - Mike Adams OT Ohio State
34 Indianapolis - Rueben Randall WR LSU
35 Minnesota - Alshon Jeffrey WR South Carolina
36 Tampa Bay - Jayron Hosley CB Virginia Tech
37 Cleveland - Kirk Cousins QB Michigan State
38 Jacksonville - Stephen Hill WR Georgia Tech
39 St. Louis - Jerel Worthy DT Michigan State
40 Carolina - Mohamed Sanu WR Rutgers
41 Buffalo - Kevin Zeiter OG Wisconsin
42 Miami - Harrison Smith S Notre Dame
43 Seattle - Andre Branch DE Clemson
44 Kansas City - Brandon Thompson DT Clemson
45 Dallas - Kendall Reyes DT Connecticut
46 Philadelphia - Lamar Miller RB Miami
47 New York Jets - Kelechi Osemele OG Iowa State
48 New England - Shea McClellin OLB Boise State
49 San Diego - Zebrie Sanders OT Florida State
50 Chicago - Lavonte David OLB Nebraska
51 Philadelphia - Brandon Weeden QB Oklahoma State
52 Tennessee - Doug Martin RB Boise State
53 Cincinnati - Dwayne Allen TE Clemson
54 Detroit - Amini Silatolu OG Midwestern State
55 Atlanta - Vinny Curry OLB Marshall
56 Pittsburgh - Alfonzo Dennard CB Nebraska
57 Denver - Alameda Ta'amu DT Washington
58 Houston - Mychal Kendicks ILB Cal
59 Green Bay - Sean Spence OLB Miami
60 Baltimore - Bobby Massie OT Mississippi
61 San Francisco - Jared Crick DE/DT Nebraska
62 New England (13-3) PatsFans Forum 8pm
PatsFans You can now submit your votes!
I vote Ben Jones Georgia.
If it's not too late, I vote for: Chandler Jones, 3-4 OLB.
It came down to him, Billy Winn & Ben Jones; but our need for edge defenders, esp. at 3-4 OLB,
is too dire.
Fleming obviously. Unlike Boykin he can shut down the big fast receivers that have troubled the Pats for years. Plus we already have a solid slot corner.
Josh Robinson - CB - UCF is my pick. 5'10 199lb. 4.33 forty 38 inch vertical 11'1". UCF isn't the SEC. But, Conf- USA is pretty good football.
I like Boykin and Fleming. But, went the guy with more upside. Also considered doubling up on olb's. Chandler Jones - Syracuse or Cam Johnson - Virginia. Lamichael James could be a special player. He's not quite as fast. But, reminds me of Chris Johnson. Could go wr here too. Marvin Jones - Cal , Chris Givens - Wake ,M. McNutt, B. Quick, N. Toon.
Hopefully on the Patriots next selection the participants will just make a vote. Our time is up and looks like Ben Jones is the winner. I will post that selection now. Thanks to all who voted.
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