Re: Patriots Draft Projection #1
- Man, Mark, you do some research. A long snapper from Hawaii and a DT
from Northern Iowa in the 6th & 7th? Kiper's got nothing on you. LOL!
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Mark <packy001@...> wrote:
> Given everything that has transpired this weekend with Free Agency
and trades, here is my quick look at what the Patriots do with their
boatload of draft picks.
> Round 1 Pick # 20 (trade 3rd 2nd to move up three spots) OLB Clay
Matthews USC. BB coached his dad and Matthews should be around this
league as a starter for 10+ years. Void left by Vrabel is filled.
> Round 2 Pick #34 BA DB Alphonso Smith might slide here because of
his lack of size. (Darius Butler, Sean Smith & FS Louis Delmas are
> Round 2 Pick #47 Conner Barwin DE/LB/TE Cincinnati - an enigma, led
the Big East is sacks playing DE for the 1st time. Can disappear
sometimes, but his athletic skills are incredible.
> Round 2 Pick #58 Traded to Det along with Pick #23 for pick #20
> Round 3 Pick #89 Chip Vaughn SS Wake Forest - could we get two
players from Make in the draft?
> Round 3 Supplemental selection awarded for the Asante Samuel signing
> Lawrence Sidbury DE/LB Richmond - 1AA National Champs - off the
chart athleticism 12 sacks as a senior.
> Round 4 Pick # 120 David Bruton FS Notre Dame - Has it all size,
speed, and motivation.
> Round 5 Pick # 151 Mike Wallace WR Mississippi - Big, Speedy player
that put up big numbers in the SEC.
> Round 6 Pick # 186 Jake Ingram Long Snapper Hawaii - I see the Pats
sanpping up ex-Bronco Mike Leach since Obrien was his Special Teams
coach their this past season. RB Ian Johnson Boise St might be a good
pick up here too!
> Round 7 Pick #217 Everette Pedescleaux DT Nothern Iowa - Don't know
alot about him but his size (6-5 305 with sub 4.9 40)is worth taking a
peek in camp.
> "This guy could not get this team a win if Tom Brady got hurt and
they had the lead." - Marshall Faulk on Matt Cassel, August 17, 2008