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  • Originally posted by D-Unit View Post
    Hey Maryland fans,
    Tell me more about Bruce Campbell. His stock is all over the place. From a Top 10 Lock to 2nd round. He's personally my favorite OT at the moment, but I know I haven't seen him as much as you guys.
    He has the potential to be a long term franchise player but he is still very raw. At this point I would say he is a better pass blocker than run blocker which has a lot to do with his insane athleticism. His biggest weaknesses are his technique due mostly to his lack of experience at the position. He's young and hes had a couple minor nagging injuries that have kept him out of the lineup some this year.

    I actually think he may have played better last year as a sophomore in the second half of the year when he was healthy and started the last 6 games of the year. He has a great work ethic and should be easily coach-able at the next level. Overall this year his play has been inconsistent. Some days hes the best player on the field but he cant always get by purely on strength and athleticism.

    As a pro, I think he still needs 2 or so years to develop. He may struggle early on in his career if he is drafted into a situation where he has to start right away but I dont doubt that he will excel down the road with good coaching. He's a pure LT imo. I wouldnt bother putting him on the right side. I dont think he is at a point in his development where he is worth a top 15-20 pick. From what I've seen, he's an early second rounder.

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    • i wouldnt grabbing dexter mccluster in a later round instead of noel devine. essentially the same person. but in a later round. like 4th.


      RIP, Sean Taylor.

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      • Originally posted by critesy View Post
        i wouldnt grabbing dexter mccluster in a later round instead of noel devine. essentially the same person. but in a later round. like 4th.
        i dont know how you can say they are essentially the same person. they both may be playmakers but definitely not the same person or mold. mcclusters 165 lbs and has 1500 receiving yards and 1500 rushing yards in his 4 year career. i dont think theres much of a chance he is used as a rb in the nfl.

        devine is listed at 175 but i am willing to bet he weighs in at the combine between 180-185. he has just over 3500 total yards in 3 seasons, primarily rushing the football. theres no way that mccluster has devines strength. where mccluster will probably play wr in the nfl, devine will most definitely be a running back in the 10-12 carries per game mold.

        thats not to say i would be opposed to drafting mccluster in the later rounds. i just dont think they are that close as prospects.

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        • They are way different. Divine is like a bowling ball. He runs with such great balance and so low to the ground. He has excellent core balance. McCluster while true a big playmaker with great speed he plays and runs like a WR. I'd compare him more to a Lorenzo Booker than anything.

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          • Originally posted by SeanTaylorRIP View Post
            They are way different. Divine is like a bowling ball. He runs with such great balance and so low to the ground. He has excellent core balance. McCluster while true a big playmaker with great speed he plays and runs like a WR. I'd compare him more to a Lorenzo Booker than anything.
            right on. you like Ras-I Dowling in my rd 2 big board? i know your a fan of his.

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            • Originally posted by Dirty Thirty View Post
              right on. you like Ras-I Dowling in my rd 2 big board? i know your a fan of his.
              I'm doubting he leaves early tbh. He's definitely returned to top tier status the second half of this season but I can't see him going early. There are too many reasons to stay. UVA sucked this year and I doubt he wants to go out like this considering the young talent on the team. Also graduating from UVA is also something that would keep you there for another year even though you could also go back. Also on a pure draft standpoint I think he'd probably be a 3rd rounder at best. He doesn't get any pub playing for a bad team and he won't run a blazing 40 time. I think with a strong senior season in which scouts can see how rare his size/coverage ability ratio is, he will be a top 25 pick. As of now if he did enter he'd probably be a big 4th round steal for someone.

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              • In the second round i would love the skins to take a long hard look at
                Guards mike Iupati(idaho-could move up into the bottom first) and mike Johnson(alabama)

                Centers/Guards kris O'Dowd(usc) and stefen Wisniewski(penn st.) both juniors but could declare.

                If not then there has to be first round talent that drops to us due to combine stars and workout warriors and a L.B.,Corner,Safety,Def,Tackle,Off. Tackle,RunningBack could sure help the skins.
                Of course, if the skins start winning then the picture starts to change.

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                • I don't know if you guys saw this stat that was shown during the game yesterday:

                  Since 2001, the Redskins are the only team in the NFL that has not drafted an offensive lineman in either the first or second round of the draft.

                  Just...wow...

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                  • about the devine and mccluster thingy.. being an auburn fan i have seen ole miss the past 3 years and auburn had a home and home with wvu the past two years so i have seen both of them alot.
                    - the thing im saying is if we were to draft a rb/slot/return person i cant see the difference in them. i believe mccluster could take the beating just as well as noel. they're not the same build but mccluster actually has amazing balance and breaks basically every arm tackle almost as well as noel. noel is by far faster for like downfield speed but mccluster has quicker cuts and change of direction speed. im just saying we could use him 5-7 times at rb and put him in the slot for screens or slants and then obviously return.
                    - noel is obviously the better prospect cause he spends all his time at rb and has better size (lol) and faster and what not. but mccluster is not that far off in all those categories and you can probably get im 1-3 rounds later.


                    RIP, Sean Taylor.

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                    • Originally posted by 2 Live Crew View Post
                      I don't know if you guys saw this stat that was shown during the game yesterday:

                      Since 2001, the Redskins are the only team in the NFL that has not drafted an offensive lineman in either the first or second round of the draft.

                      Just...wow...
                      This stat needs to change this upcoming April.

                      QB and OL in either order in the 1st 2 rounds.

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                      • You guys should draft Mike Iupati. Colt could make use of his Samoan line signals that he used at Hawaii. He used to call plays in Samoan. LMAO. :D

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                        • The 5 Spot

                          If the draft were today it looks like we have moved up into the 5 spot. I hate the idea of reaching on a player that early in the draft and feel like you really need to come away with an impact player when your drafting that high. I still have okung at the top of my list but after that my board is a little more shaken up based on drafting that high. I expect 1 of these 3 to be on the board at the 5 spot.


                          1. Russell Okung, OT, Okl State


                          2. Eric Berry, DB, Tennesee


                          3. Gerald McCoy, DT, Oklahoma

                          If these guys are gone, which I doubt, than the second option should be a trade down into the 9-15 range. Heres my big board in that range.

                          1. Anthony Davis, OT, Rutgers
                          2. Joe Haden, CB, Florida
                          3. Rolando Mcclain, LB, Alabama
                          4. CJ Spiller, RB, Clemson
                          5. Brian Bulaga, OT, Iowa
                          6. Sean Witherspoon, OLB, Mizzo

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                          • I know you don't want a QB, but don't you think the Redskins will draft one anyways?

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                            • Originally posted by D-Unit View Post
                              I know you don't want a QB, but don't you think the Redskins will draft one anyways?
                              not necessarily. depends on what qb is on the board. depends on the cba. depends on if campbell is around (rfa under a no cap season). depends on who the coach/gm is. depends on free agency. depends on trades and players cut from other teams. depends on a whole lot.

                              it makes me sick to think about paying clausen, locker, or bradford $25+ million guaranteed and putting them behind our oline. not one of them imo has shown they are worth a top 5 pick and that kind of money. ill take colt at $400k and culpepper, bulger, pennington, etc every single time before i pay one of those three that kind of money. hell id even go after troy smith as a rfa before drafting one of those three in the top 5.

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                              • Originally posted by Dirty Thirty View Post
                                not necessarily. depends on what qb is on the board. depends on the cba. depends on if campbell is around (rfa under a no cap season). depends on who the coach/gm is. depends on free agency. depends on trades and players cut from other teams. depends on a whole lot.

                                it makes me sick to think about paying clausen, locker, or bradford $25+ million guaranteed and putting them behind our oline. not one of them imo has shown they are worth a top 5 pick and that kind of money. ill take colt at $400k and culpepper, bulger, pennington, etc every single time before i pay one of those three that kind of money. hell id even go after troy smith as a rfa before drafting one of those three in the top 5.
                                I agree. But I think Locker will wow the workouts and be the kind of hot commodity that would get Snyder's pants happy. We'll see though. I hope you are right for sure.

                                BTW, I just got a game worn silver 2007 Hawaii helmet with an Oakley visor and chin strap autographed by the 2007 Sugar bowl team. I bought it off Craig's list. The seller is the brother of Lono Manners (a safety/lb that was on that team). Dunno who's helmet it was... but only Colt wore a visor.... I can tell from the scratches and size that it wasn't a defensive player's helmet and the facemask is a QB's helmet grill... yeah, you know what I'm thinkin' bout that... I GOT COLT'S 2007 SILVER HELMET!!!!!!

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