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    Players drafted this year?

  • #2
    Auburn, USC, and Miami probably all get 8.

    Newton, Fairley, Ziemba, Etheridge, Darvin Adams, Mario Fannin, Bynes, and Mike Blanc are the likely 8 to be drafted from Auburn.

    Tyron Smith, Shareece Wright, O'Dowd, Ron Johnson, Jordan Cameron, Jurrell Casey, Havili, and maybe Allen Bradford for USC.

    Hankerson, Bailey, Franklin, Brandon Harris, Ryan Hill, Van Dyke, McCarthy, and Craig Cooper for The U

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    • #3
      Meh... I don't think Graig Cooper will be drafted.

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      • #4
        Cooper will be drafted. If anyone of that list from the 'Canes wont be drafted, it will be Hill.

        Sig by BoneKrusher

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        • #5
          Scout.inc projects Iowa to have ten drafted

          1 - Clayborn
          2- Ballard
          4 - Sash
          4 - Stanzi
          5 - Klug
          6 - Vandervelde
          6 - DJK
          7 - Hunter
          7 - Reisner
          7 - Donahue

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          • #6
            I see what you did there.

            I have 10 players from UNC (Quinn, Sturdivant, Austin, Carter, Little, Williams, Burney, Searcy, Yates, White) and Miami (FL) (Harris, Hankerson, Franklin, Bailey, McCarthy, Van Dyke, Berry, Bosher, Cooper, Hill) with a 'draftable' grade so they share my vote.

            Honorable mention to Ohio State (Heyward, Chekwa, Hines, Homan, Sanzenbacher, Rolle, Boren, Torrence, Browning), Nebraska (Amukamara, Paul, Allen, Helu, Henery, Gomes, Hagg, McNeill, Williams), and Iowa (Clayborn, Ballard, Sash, Stanzi, Klug, Donohue, Reisner, Greenwood, DJK) who all have 9 on my board.

            sig by BoneKrusher

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            • #7
              Alabama will have the most in the 1st rd. with 3: Julio Jones, Ingram, & Marcel Dareus. James Carpenter will be drafted too.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by ToldLikeItIs View Post
                Scout.inc projects Iowa to have ten drafted

                1 - Clayborn
                2- Ballard
                4 - Sash
                4 - Stanzi
                5 - Klug
                6 - Vandervelde
                6 - DJK
                7 - Hunter
                7 - Reisner
                7 - Donahue
                I knew there was a reason you created a thread without mentioning Iowa within the original text. : /

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                • #9
                  LSU, Clemson and Stanford all have 8 who should be drafted by my count but I think UNC will win this game


                  Saints 2014 draft wish list:
                  - No pass rusher till the fourth round (or preferably at all)
                  - Corner or Wideout in the first
                  - No reaching
                  - No Kelvin Benjamin

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                  • #10
                    I like North Carolina's class best.

                    big props to BoneKrusher for the sig & avatar
                    - For daily NFL draft coverage:
                    www.twitter.com/ryanlownes

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Hurricanes25 View Post
                      Cooper will be drafted. If anyone of that list from the 'Canes wont be drafted, it will be Hill.
                      A slow, average-looking RB who had mediocre production in a mediocre conference and couldn't get on the field his senior year after tearing his ACL the year before?

                      If I'm a GM, I'm saying "no thanks" and looking to get a fresher guy who looks more explosive. This isn't Willis McGahee we're talking about; Cooper was a pretty generic college running back before he ever got injured. He might've been a 4th-5th rounder before.

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