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Old 04-04-2012, 11:09 PM    (permalink
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How many of these guys are going to go in the top-50 or so picks?

DeCastro, Glenn, Zeitler, Silatolu, Osemele, Brooks, and Konz are all 1st or 2nd rd prospects but is it even possible for them to all be picked there? Are guys like Washington, Blake, Molk, or sleepers like Looney or Gettis deserving of 2nd round talk? How are all of these guys ranked? What teams are the best fit for each player?

The G/C classes are just so deep and it's just not ever really mentioned, I'm not sure many of them have a lot of bust potential either. While the class is pretty bad overall I can see a lot of these guys having solid careers at the next level.

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Old 04-04-2012, 11:46 PM    (permalink
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How many of these guys are going to go in the top-50 or so picks?

DeCastro, Glenn, Zeitler, Silatolu, Osemele, Brooks, and Konz are all 1st or 2nd rd prospects but is it even possible for them to all be picked there? Are guys like Washington, Blake, Molk, or sleepers like Looney or Gettis deserving of 2nd round talk? How are all of these guys ranked? What teams are the best fit for each player?

The G/C classes are just so deep and it's just not ever really mentioned, I'm not sure many of them have a lot of bust potential either. While the class is pretty bad overall I can see a lot of these guys having solid careers at the next level.
Seems to me like Decastro and Glenn are 1st round locks. Zeitler, Konz and Silatolu are all late 1st/early 2nd guys. My guess is just those 5 go in the top 50 or so.

Brooks and Osemele probably late 2nd/early 3rd.

I like Blake as a solid guy, potential early starter. Molk is undersized but could be an option for a zone team like Houston, Washington, etc. I'm not real high on Brandon Washington, but he does have upside. I think those 3 and guys like Senio Kelemete, Mike Brewster and a handful of other guys are all 3rd day guys (4th round or later).
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And you've got guys like James Brown, Tony Bergstrom, and Lucas Nix who might kick inside, as well.
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The depth and quality of the interior line is one of the reasons I don't think the Ravens completely have to go OL in the 1st. I hope we can snag a solid player at LG and a C to develop.
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I'm not sure how many will go in the top 50 - if I were a GM I would look at options in the 3rd/4th round and think I'd get better value with a Philip Blake than a Zeitler (who I love) in the top 50.
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What is the break down of power/ZBS/Either?

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