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Mr. Stiller
08-31-2007, 02:51 AM
1) Vernon Gholston, DE/OLB, OSU ~ Need that Elite Weakside Rusher. Gholston has the intangibles to be the best in the league.
http://farm1.static.flickr.com/198/481650931_330be744a2.jpg
2) Tony Hills, OT, Texas ~ Need an elite OT to battle Capizzi for LT.. Winner gets LT, loser Gets RT.
http://delivery.viewimages.com/xv/72266406.jpg?v=1&c=ViewImages&k=2&d=17A4AD9FDB9CF19396908EAF14430D35E12910E79D384C7D 6DBA7583019A6A79
3) Maurice Murray, DE/DT, New Mexico State ~ We need youth and Size on the DL soon.

4) Heath Benedict, OG/RT, Newberry ~ An athletic freak to take over at LG.
The Jacksonville Jaguars actually gave him an "unofficial" workout after the 2006 season, thinking he was going to enter the 2007 NFL Draft. He weighed in at 6' 5.5" 332 pounds and ran a 4.92 forty yard dash. His arms were measured at 34" and he scored a 31 on the Wonderlic test. He also benched 225 pounds 28 times. Benedict also has a 435 pound bench, 625 pound squat, and power clean of 330 pounds. Don't worry, the workout will not effect his eligibility as no money or favors were discussed or given, and he has never negotiated with an agent.

Heath Benedict 2008 NFL Draft Prospect
5) Titus Brown, DE/OLB, Miss State ~ Think Adalius Thomas.
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6) Breno Giacomini, OT, Louisville ~ With the OL Turnover we need to restock developmental youth
http://media.scout.com/Media/Image/42/420739m.jpg

7) Charles Godfrey ~ 6'0 208lbs 4.3 40 and all-world talent Don't ask me why a lot of draftniks aren't high on him yet.
http://graphics.fansonly.com/photos/schools/iowa/sports/m-footbl/auto_headshot/9064.jpeg

OL:(09 Season)

Hills ~ Benedict ~ Colon ~ Kemoeatu ~ Capizzi
Giacomini/Marvel ~ Mahan ~ Phillip ~ Stephenson ~ Essex

LB:(09 Season)

Gholston ~ Timmons ~ Foote ~ Woodley
A. Harrison ~ J. Harrison ~ C. Kreidwaldt ~ Titus Brown

DeathbyStat
08-31-2007, 09:57 AM
1) Vernon Gholston, DE/OLB, OSU ~ Need that Elite Weakside Rusher. Gholston has the intangibles to be the best in the league.
http://farm1.static.flickr.com/198/481650931_330be744a2.jpg
2) Tony Hills, OT, Texas ~ Need an elite OT to battle Capizzi for LT.. Winner gets LT, loser Gets RT.
http://delivery.viewimages.com/xv/72266406.jpg?v=1&c=ViewImages&k=2&d=17A4AD9FDB9CF19396908EAF14430D35E12910E79D384C7D 6DBA7583019A6A79
3) Maurice Murray, DE/DT, New Mexico State ~ We need youth and Size on the DL soon.

4) Heath Benedict, OG/RT, Newberry ~ An athletic freak to take over at LG.
The Jacksonville Jaguars actually gave him an "unofficial" workout after the 2006 season, thinking he was going to enter the 2007 NFL Draft. He weighed in at 6' 5.5" 332 pounds and ran a 4.92 forty yard dash. His arms were measured at 34" and he scored a 31 on the Wonderlic test. He also benched 225 pounds 28 times. Benedict also has a 435 pound bench, 625 pound squat, and power clean of 330 pounds. Don't worry, the workout will not effect his eligibility as no money or favors were discussed or given, and he has never negotiated with an agent.

Heath Benedict 2008 NFL Draft Prospect
5) Titus Brown, DE/OLB, Miss State ~ Think Adalius Thomas.
The image “http://images.rollbamaroll.com/images/admin/mississippistate_titus_brown_sm.jpg” cannot be displayed, because it contains errors.
6) Breno Giacomini, OT, Louisville ~ With the OL Turnover we need to restock developmental youth
http://media.scout.com/Media/Image/42/420739m.jpg

7) Charles Godfrey ~ 6'0 208lbs 4.3 40 and all-world talent Don't ask me why a lot of draftniks aren't high on him yet.
http://graphics.fansonly.com/photos/schools/iowa/sports/m-footbl/auto_headshot/9064.jpeg

OL:(09 Season)

Hills ~ Benedict ~ Colon ~ Kemoeatu ~ Capizzi
Giacomini/Marvel ~ Mahan ~ Phillip ~ Stephenson ~ Essex

LB:(09 Season)

Gholston ~ Timmons ~ Foote ~ Woodley
A. Harrison ~ J. Harrison ~ C. Kreidwaldt ~ Titus Brown

The more you talk about it the more i like taking Gholston in the first

Mr. Stiller
08-31-2007, 10:17 AM
The more you talk about it the more i like taking Gholston in the first

We need to move Timmons to Mac, and Gholston would be a monstrous WILL

if we go 4-3 he's still easily one of the best 4-3 Pass rushers.

Man_Of_Steel
08-31-2007, 12:21 PM
Of course I would love to have Gholston, who wouldnt. However I dont think we have the luxory of taking a OLB hybrid in round 1. I really think its o-line and corner is a possibility. Also I was thinking today about going to the 4-3 and I changed my mind, I would like it and I really think Tomlin should consider the move. Draft a stud 4-3 DE and bring back the 4-3 to Pitt.

Smooth Criminal
08-31-2007, 02:17 PM
Hate to be the first to say it but that O-line could possibly be the worst in the league. Colon has taken very few snaps at center and I'm not comfortable labeling him our center of the future with that kind of experience.

Capizzi hasn't looked great or anything this preseason. He hasn't been horrible by any means but he has taken a few penalties. Another guy that I don't think can be thought of as a starter in the future. If he came in and played great and was going to make the team then maybe you say he could start in a few years but for him to not be able to bump Essex off the roster doesn't say good things for him.

I would say our 09 line will have Mahan at C, Simmons at RG, Kemoeatu at LG, and Colon at RT. LT is the only area we don't have someone in line to take over at. This is a position I would say is worthy of gettting a 1st or 2nd round pick, playing behind Smith for a season and then taking over.

Pittsburgh O-lines just don't go through that much change. Mahan is likely to be the starter for atleast the next 4 years. Simmons is rumored to be getting an extension so he is likely to stay aswell.

skarocksoi
08-31-2007, 03:15 PM
Gholston is a physical freak and literally scares me. He would be an absolute beast to have, and would give us an amazing group of young pass rushers.

Other than that, I think a tackle would be a good pickup, but other than Jake Long and maybe Sam Baker, I can't think of an outstanding OT that I would use a first round pick on as of right now. Maybe once the college season is close to over that might change, but not now.

As for corners, I wouldn't take a corner in the first 2-3 rounds. I think Ike is gonna have a comeback year, Mcfadden and Townsend are solid, and G-A-Y is looking good too. Plus, Tomlin is a secondary guru and could definitely increase the level of play of our current DB's. I'm just gonna wait until the season is over before passing judgement on the CB's we have.

Mr. Stiller
08-31-2007, 08:14 PM
I have had a change of thoughts and I think you guys may like it.

I'll make a new Thread.