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  • #16
    Originally posted by sdpads24 View Post
    Im just gonna put this out there, but what do you guys think about Paul Posluszny? He would be a great value at #30 and there is plenty of S, and WR depth in rounds 2 and 3. Im not saying I want this to happen, just putting it out there.
    I would love for that to happen, but idk, I just don't see poz hitting 30. If he did though I would totally agree on that, there is a lot of depth at S and WR, and poz could be a great player.

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    • #17
      i really want to see griffen but chances are slim =\


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      • #18
        I think A.J. Smith needs to do WHATEVER it takes to be in a position to grab Reggie Nelson! That guy is the EXACT player we have needed since Rodney Harrison. He tackles he has great hands. I like him a lot better than Landry and it sounds like he would be there around the mid-first. I don't know what if would take but I would be trying hard to swing something if it was up to me.

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        • #19
          Originally posted by KRS1 View Post
          I think A.J. Smith needs to do WHATEVER it takes to be in a position to grab Reggie Nelson! That guy is the EXACT player we have needed since Rodney Harrison. He tackles he has great hands. I like him a lot better than Landry and it sounds like he would be there around the mid-first. I don't know what if would take but I would be trying hard to swing something if it was up to me.
          I like Nelson too, but better than Landry? not a chance, he's the clear cut number one guy in the draft. Plus I heard, from the link in the thread in I think it was the Draft part of the forum (not sure), that teams are starting to shy away from Nelson due to intelligence issues. I still don't see him getting past Jax but you never know.

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          • #20
            Originally posted by JK17 View Post
            I like Nelson too, but better than Landry? not a chance, he's the clear cut number one guy in the draft. Plus I heard, from the link in the thread in I think it was the Draft part of the forum (not sure), that teams are starting to shy away from Nelson due to intelligence issues. I still don't see him getting past Jax but you never know.
            I am just saying that I like Nelson more than Landry. I'm not saying Landry isn't as good or even the clear cut #1. After seeing some of the picks Nelson made last year and then on top of that seeing the way he lights people up I think he suits the team better. We have coverage issues and Nelson appears to me like the better coverage player. It's pretty obvious that he won't be there at 30 and that's what I was getting at saying A.J. needs to make a move.

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            • #21
              Originally posted by KRS1 View Post
              I am just saying that I like Nelson more than Landry. I'm not saying Landry isn't as good or even the clear cut #1. After seeing some of the picks Nelson made last year and then on top of that seeing the way he lights people up I think he suits the team better. We have coverage issues and Nelson appears to me like the better coverage player. It's pretty obvious that he won't be there at 30 and that's what I was getting at saying A.J. needs to make a move.
              I want to see Nelson here too, but trading up isn't AJ's MO. Not to mention with all the depth at safety in this draft, a lot of the 2-3 round safeties look like they can be studs. If we trade up, it will be using Turner, not draft picks though. I'd be happy either way, but I don't wanna give up a bunch of picks to get Nelson.

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              • #22
                safty and wr on the first day imo, but i doubt nelson will fall to us, if we get lucky merriweather will be there thats a big IF.


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                • #23
                  So if we deal MT, which is still up in the air on draft day, RB is definitely a position we will have to address in rounds 3-5. Assuming we go some combination of S and WR, i'd like to see a guy like Michael Bush in the third, if he is still there. Hopefully he would reach our pick, and we could then use the comp pick in the third to snag a ILB. Any other RBs you guys are interested in seeing?

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                  • #24
                    Originally posted by JK17 View Post
                    So if we deal MT, which is still up in the air on draft day, RB is definitely a position we will have to address in rounds 3-5. Assuming we go some combination of S and WR, i'd like to see a guy like Michael Bush in the third, if he is still there. Hopefully he would reach our pick, and we could then use the comp pick in the third to snag a ILB. Any other RBs you guys are interested in seeing?
                    I'd love to get Kenny Irons in the third. I think he'll probably go in the second but if he lasts I think we should definitely pick him.

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                    • #25
                      As for who I would like to see in a chargers uni

                      Dreaming:
                      Landry or Nelson, hopefully we can work something out with Turner to move up and get one of them

                      Realistically:
                      Brandon Meriweather or Sidney Rice in the first
                      Aaron Rouse or Craig Davis/Aundrae Allison in the second
                      Michael Bush/Kenny Irons in the third

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                      • #26
                        Originally posted by SDSupaChargers View Post
                        As for who I would like to see in a chargers uni

                        Realistically:
                        Brandon Meriweather or Sidney Rice in the first
                        Aaron Rouse or Craig Davis/Aundrae Allison in the second
                        Michael Bush/Kenny Irons in the third
                        I think we'll need to draft more of a power back than Bush or Irons to help spell LT on short yardage situations

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                        • #27
                          Originally posted by SuperKevin View Post
                          I think we'll need to draft more of a power back than Bush or Irons to help spell LT on short yardage situations
                          Okay, so maybe that eliminates Bush, but I still thing Irons would be a good fit. He breaks a lot of tackles, but a lot of people are worried about his being able to carry a full load because of his size. That means he could be a great back up RB that we could actually keep.

                          On a side note, I forgot to mention Michael Johnson as another player that I would love to see in a chargers uni. I was just watching some film of him today, and I really think he could develop into a star.

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                          • #28
                            Eric Weddle

                            They just talked about him a little bit on NFLN, I'm starting to like this guy more and more as we approach the draft. I used to want Safety round one, but my ideal draft situation is switching to something that looks a little more like Meachem/Ginn/Bowe in round one, with Weddle sometime in the second, he looks like he can be a stud, not to mention how versatile he is....what do you guys think about him

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                            • #29
                              A guy I have been looking at at RB if Turner leaves is Desean Wynn of Florida. That guy is built like Turner and although he doesn't have a great career to lean on he looks to be a solid guy that could learn behind one of the greatest. I also like the pure athleticism of Chris Henry from Arizona but I don't think he will be there in the 4th round and that's when I see A.J. addressing the position.

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                              • #30
                                Originally posted by KRS1 View Post
                                A guy I have been looking at at RB if Turner leaves is Desean Wynn of Florida. That guy is built like Turner and although he doesn't have a great career to lean on he looks to be a solid guy that could learn behind one of the greatest. I also like the pure athleticism of Chris Henry from Arizona but I don't think he will be there in the 4th round and that's when I see A.J. addressing the position.
                                Wynn has work ethic and weight problems. Could be a steal if he plays up to his potential, but could also be a waste of a pick. Tony Hunt is another guy that could be available in the third or fourth round. What do you all think about him? He has power, but he also has some fumbling issues.

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