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I remember the Harvin-Peter Warrick comparison, I really think Maclin and Warrick are nearly identical. Not saying that Maclin will do nothing in the NFL, but they both have similar size and skillsets.
I disagree WMD, they have Clayton and D Williams with Heap and Quinn. They need depth and a good number 2, but I think Clayton can develop into a number one. They are old on defense and Rolle is never healthy anymore, I think they go CB. I am suprised they didnt go there early this year.
Atlanta- Michael Oher
Baltimore- Malcolm Jenkins
San Francisco- Michael Crabtree
These are the three teams I think that will battle for the number one spot or finish in the top 3.
I would be happy if Crabtree ended up in San fran cause without a star at WR the 49ers have just been pathetic. I don't doubt that they'll screw it up by winning a late meaningless game they should've lost though.
Last edited by TheGreatEscape; 04-28-2008, 06:17 PM.
Reason: who the f did I do that?
Keep this in mind. 21 of the last 29 drafts (or, since 1980) have seen the top pick be either a lineman or a quarterback, including the last 12 draft in a row. That narrows down the focus considerably.