***2013 Patriots Draft Thread V2***

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    I look at Jordan as more of a 34 OLB while Ansah a 43 DE. For someone so raw, Jordan did a pretty good job playing what IMO is the more complex role. 



    +1 and +1

     
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    I don't mean to interupt the flow of the discussion here, but what does everyone feel about Ezekiel "Ziggy" Ansah? Personally I love what I've seen from him. I think he has a chance to be one of the best players in this draft. To me he moves so well, and with such power, that I was surprised he was listed at his size (I thought he ran like a much smaller player would). I can't believe this kid has only played football for a short amount of time...he just looks like he was born to play football. 

     



    One of three players that I think have the strongest chance being really special in the long term. The other two of the three I think will be special are Patterson and Jordan. 

     

     




    I kind of have the opposite opinion on Jordan, I can see him being a bust. To me he lacks pass rush moves and gets moved in the running game. He doesn't look like he does much of anything but go wide on his rushes...now he's big and fast, but I just don't see what all the hype is about with him.

     

    I like Patterson - I can see him turning into something.



    patterson has huge boom or bust potential

     
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    I honestly don't think the Pats will go DT with any of its top 3 picks.  I don't have anything concrete to base this on other than my gut feeling that BB is happy with Love and that he sees his DL as a strength.  I do see us potentially going DE, specifically Margus Hunt with our first pick.  I think he is too freakishly big and athletic for BB to pass on.  He will love him immediately on special teams blocking kicks and as a back up to Jones and Ninko. 


    I don't see us taking a DB in the first.  We have blown far too many picks on DBs over recent years and BB should be a little gun shy about pulling the trigger on one high again in this year's draft.  But we learn tomorrow (I think) about Dennard.  I made the case for a guy like Minter, if he makes it, and for Hunt.  Now, I think this could be the year of the shocker - BB drafts a WR.  Keenan Allen if he's there.

    Speaking of Minter, do you think BB might make a play for recently released Rolando McClain?  This guy was once considered the safest pick in the draft.  Can he be turned around and into something special?


    But odds are we trade back and have to wait until day 2 where he will still get a decent WO or two. 

     

     

     

    hey faucet,

    "I honestly don't think the Pats will go DT with any of its top 3 picks.  I don't have anything concrete to base this on other than my gut feeling that BB is happy with Love and that he sees his DL as a strength.  "

    teh dts available for good value and our lack of interest seem to support this.

     

    "He will love him immediately on special teams blocking kicks"

    the same thought occured to me.

    i feel hunt needs some strenght though and development. if we didint need receivers id lvoe to go carrading and hunt. wiht our current need and where hunt is projhected, id rather have carradine then wr, then in 3rd wr or cb, dt, ol. safety, cover lb

     



    Hunt needs strength???  He threw back 225 thiry-eight times!!  This was tops for all DEs at the Combine and with those long arms, that's even more impressive.

     

     

    Point taken on WR need.  I keep thinking this could be the year BB finally drafts one in the first but I think we could get Hunt at 29 then still take two WRs, one in the 2rd or 3rd with the other in the 7th.  But I really believe we will be looking for a trading partner to move down.

     

    I've seen Hunt ranked as low as #9 among DEs.  Personally I'd put him ahead of Montgomery, Carridine and Okafor which would move him to #6.  There won't be 6 DEs taken in the first so if we move back to the mid to late 30s we might still get him there and pick up another 3rd.

     



    If he meant functional playing strength I could see what he meant. We all know the history of the bench press combine champions over the years. It is not pretty.

     

    My ONLY issue with Hunt is that he was not dominant in the one on one drills during practice week. Those drills heavily favor the DL and they should win the majority of them with all that open space. Especially the DL's that have the reputation for being ultra athletic.

    Me personally, I would NOT take Hunt over Okafor, nor Carradine if he is fully A-OK health wise.

    I am leaning your way as far as DT however. When I look at the likes of Kyle Love, the DT's in the range of discussion are only maginally better athletes. A UDFA to a 1st round pick is a large leap to only get a maginally better athlete imo.



    yes low, thanks for clrafiying all of what i was saying and did say explicitly earleir in the thread

     
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    I really like Jenkins a lot, but the weight issue is a concern.  His weight will go down, but does he have the will and discipline to maintain it. Don't get me wrong, it is possible now he might have increased quickness to penetrate with the same strength.  This is a guy that will command a double team when he is motivated. Many mocks have him in the 2nd round, I think NE would have to move into the top forty picks, if they don't use their 1st rd pick.     Georgia’s John Jenkins drops 38 pounds, down to 332Posted by Michael David Smith on April 6, 2013, 2:08 PM EDT

     

    John Jenkins AP

    John Jenkins, a defensive tackle from Georgia who is viewed as a potential first-round NFL draft pick, says he has worked so hard since the end of the college football season that he’s lost 38 pounds and is now down to 332.

    Jenkins’ camp has released a video of him running on a treadmill, showing off impressive speed for a man who is, they say, down to 332.

    Not many people can refer to themselves as “down to 332,” but Jenkins isn’t built like many people. He weighed in at the Scouting Combine at 343, which was down from the 354 he was listed at in Georgia’s football program. But Jenkins told the Macon Telegraph that Georgia’s football program was being charitable, and he was actually heavier than 354.

    “When you’re in the moment, you don’t want the negative feedback,” Jenkins said. “The program stuck behind me, kept saying I was 354, when in all reality I was 370.”

    Even with that extra 38 pounds of body fat, Jenkins moved well for a big guy. But for Jenkins to be a first-round pick, some NFL team will need to be convinced that he can stay closer to 332.

     




     

    I do not understand why some people rate him a second rounder. He's a rare specimen just on size. His athleticism at that size is extraordinary. Maybe some people think of him as another Poe. The difference is he played in the SEC and he's made impact. 

    I think he is way underrrated. He was always next t Geathers, who also happens to be NT - a slower one at that. Had Georgia put a penetrating DT next to Jenkins I think they would have been scary. 

     



    I am not a fan of his. He got down to something like 345 for the combine but played at something around 360+. Watch the clips of his games and pay attention to the qtr. You would expect a player of his mass to at a minimum, consistently, be able to anchor against a double. He does not from the clips I have watched. However the most troubling thing for me is that as the game clips slip from 1st to 2nd to 3rd qtr, etc. He gets progressively worse to where a single lineman starts pushing him all over the place.

     

    Other times, a single player does not even need to push him back but merely shield him from a play and he does not fight against the resistance to push thorugh to right where the play went past him. WHile he might not have been moved off the spot he did not collapse down on the play either.

    Does he flash, yes, just too inconsitent for me and the weight and being pushed around are the big yikes for me. At least as a 1st rounder. I would like him more if they were able to get him with their 2nd pick.

    Although as faucet said I am not fully convinced they will even look at DT.



    better options. and dt not as high need for me as the other needs (still a need, but so few picks)

     
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    Just a thought on this draft for the Patriots. Provided they don't improve their number of picks they better do more than due dilligence. With only 5 picks everyone has to be a home run.

     
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    couple interesting mocks:

    banks has at 28 syl williams, 29 hunt, 30 carradine, 31 detone jones.

    of these 4 who woudl you want for pats?

     

    2nd:

    draft season does 4 rd mock showing 4 players for the first 4 rds for each team.

    give pats patton, jenkins, dobson

    thoughts?

    not too bad on the wrs imo

    id prefer the de,wr,wr trio though. or de, wr, then either cb, safety, cover lb

     

     

     
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    The Pats had three receivers in last week for interviews...Kenny Stills, Markus Wheaton, and Woods.

    I watched a lot of stuff on all three, to me Kenny Stills impressed me a lot. Anyone have any idea where Stills will be drafted? Second round...high second? Obviously Woods is the higher rated prospect out of all three, and Wheaton has got a lot of good reviews, but I'm not impressed all that much with Wheaton.

     
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    I think Stills could go in the 3rd or 4th round, maybe even later. I think a lot of it depends if we see another run on WR like we did the year we took Taylor price. In the 3rd, there are several I like better than stills who should be on the board. I personally like woods over stills, Wheaton I think is the 3rd in that group.

    someone will have to keep me honest here, but I think all three primarily played the slot. 

     
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    Hey...I am sure most have read the piece in the herald on gronk's infection and perhaps not being ready for camp or even opening day...I think that is what they said....Gronk concerns me because if he is not ready nor can stay healthy, this puts a big kink right in the middle of our offense. 

    Keeping fells around with Ballard, hooman and Hern is a good strategy, but will gronks issue impact what bb does via the draft and may he look at a receiving TE? 

    I know there are no te's in the draft quite like Gronk with his unique blend of receiving and blocking....thoughts?

     
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    Hey...I am sure most have read the piece in the herald on gronk's infection and perhaps not being ready for camp or even opening day...I think that is what they said....Gronk concerns me because if he is not ready nor can stay healthy, this puts a big kink right in the middle of our offense. 

    Keeping fells around with Ballard, hooman and Hern is a good strategy, but will gronks issue impact what bb does via the draft and may he look at a receiving TE? 

    I know there are no te's in the draft quite like Gronk with his unique blend of receiving and blocking....thoughts?



    Well it wouldn't surprise me if they did something, but like you said, there really is nobody like Gronk available. It's not like we can go reaching for a tightend...especially when we already have 90 million tied into our starting two. I'm hoping Hernandez and Ballard will be able to hold down the fort until Gronk gets back.

     
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    I think Stills could go in the 3rd or 4th round, maybe even later. I think a lot of it depends if we see another run on WR like we did the year we took Taylor price. In the 3rd, there are several I like better than stills who should be on the board. I personally like woods over stills, Wheaton I think is the 3rd in that group.

    someone will have to keep me honest here, but I think all three primarily played the slot. 



    I think Stills was moved to the outside - all the stuff I watched on him was on the outside. Wheaton was playing a lot on the outside too, but he did run a lot of crossing routes towards the middle. I guess Wheaton did very well during senior bowl week and was being compared to Wallace, but I didn't see any of that  watching his videos.

     
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    Just a thought on this draft for the Patriots. Provided they don't improve their number of picks they better do more than due dilligence. With only 5 picks everyone has to be a home run.

    If they pull a couple of offensive/defensive starters and someone who'll contribute heavily on ST, I'd say the draft was a success... assuming they only make (5) picks.

     
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    I think Stills could go in the 3rd or 4th round, maybe even later. I think a lot of it depends if we see another run on WR like we did the year we took Taylor price. In the 3rd, there are several I like better than stills who should be on the board. I personally like woods over stills, Wheaton I think is the 3rd in that group.

    someone will have to keep me honest here, but I think all three primarily played the slot. 

     



    I'm hoping BB gets ahead of any potential run on receivers and gets the guy he wants in Rd 1 or 2... try to avoid sloppy seventeenth's late in Rd 3.

     

     
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    Me too mb...one thing we can count on with him....unpredictability.

    sometimes he lets it come to him, sometimes he moves up for a player or two he covets, and some time he reaches for a player we all scratch our heads on.

    my guess there are a couple or three kids he likes, and I wouldn't be surprised if he makes a receiving selection early. 

    Speaking of which , given the ??? On Gronk, do you know consider a kid like eifert with 29? i am sure you got an eye full of him watching ND football..   Given the importance of the TE position on this team, does he make sense?

     
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    Me too mb...one thing we can count on with him....unpredictability.

    sometimes he lets it come to him, sometimes he moves up for a player or two he covets, and some time he reaches for a player we all scratch our heads on.

    my guess there are a couple or three kids he likes, and I wouldn't be surprised if he makes a receiving selection early. 

    Speaking of which , given the ??? On Gronk, do you know consider a kid like eifert with 29? i am sure you got an eye full of him watching ND football..   Given the importance of the TE position on this team, does he make sense?

     




    It's a fair question RE: Gronk and while I don't know if they'd snag one in Rd 1, Day 2 might be a good landing spot.  If they do move on one in Rd 1, Eifert is certainly the guy, assuming he's available.  Very good size/length, a definite "matchup nightmare" type, really shines as a flex/move type player and has improved his inline abilities this past season... really like his ball skills, ability to get open and it's no mistake that Bama had Milliner on him for a portion of the game.

    There's a Day 3 TE that I'm really intrigued with, check out Colorado's Nick Kasa.. 6-6 269, ran a 4.71 with a 7.18 3C... believe he's only played one year of TE having moved from DE.

     
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    The Pats had three receivers in last week for interviews...Kenny Stills, Markus Wheaton, and Woods.

    I watched a lot of stuff on all three, to me Kenny Stills impressed me a lot. Anyone have any idea where Stills will be drafted? Second round...high second? Obviously Woods is the higher rated prospect out of all three, and Wheaton has got a lot of good reviews, but I'm not impressed all that much with Wheaton.



    If I had to chose between the 3 they brought in I'd take Wheaton. To me he'd bing the most to the table and the best looking college production. Stills is interesting though and his off-field issues will cause him to drop and we all know how much BB loves his guys that drop for the value. Then again Tate and Price fell too so not sure I like the value aspect as much

     
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    The Pats had three receivers in last week for interviews...Kenny Stills, Markus Wheaton, and Woods.

    I watched a lot of stuff on all three, to me Kenny Stills impressed me a lot. Anyone have any idea where Stills will be drafted? Second round...high second? Obviously Woods is the higher rated prospect out of all three, and Wheaton has got a lot of good reviews, but I'm not impressed all that much with Wheaton.

     



    If I had to chose between the 3 they brought in I'd take Wheaton. To me he'd bing the most to the table and the best looking college production. Stills is interesting though and his off-field issues will cause him to drop and we all know how much BB loves his guys that drop for the value. Then again Tate and Price fell too so not sure I like the value aspect as much

     




    I agree with you, PE... I like this kid's game (and potential fit in NE) best on tape.   I think he has the best play speed, big play ability, and RAC ability out of the three.

     
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    The Pats had three receivers in last week for interviews...Kenny Stills, Markus Wheaton, and Woods.

    I watched a lot of stuff on all three, to me Kenny Stills impressed me a lot. Anyone have any idea where Stills will be drafted? Second round...high second? Obviously Woods is the higher rated prospect out of all three, and Wheaton has got a lot of good reviews, but I'm not impressed all that much with Wheaton.

     



    If I had to chose between the 3 they brought in I'd take Wheaton. To me he'd bing the most to the table and the best looking college production. Stills is interesting though and his off-field issues will cause him to drop and we all know how much BB loves his guys that drop for the value. Then again Tate and Price fell too so not sure I like the value aspect as much

     

     




     

    I agree with you, PE... I like this kid's game (and potential fit in NE) best on tape.   I think he has the best play speed, big play ability, and RAC ability out of the three.



    You guys think so? I'll watch some of his stuff again - everything I saw showed he had good hands, but it looked like the corner was always all over him. He would catch something...and I kept thinking...ok, now I'm going to see his speed and quickness as he makes it around this guy - but he wouldn't. Then I watched his highlight stuff thinking I'd see some really impressive plays (and there was some), but even during that tape the corners were right on top of him.

    I'll watch some more of his stuff.

     
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    The Pats had three receivers in last week for interviews...Kenny Stills, Markus Wheaton, and Woods.

    I watched a lot of stuff on all three, to me Kenny Stills impressed me a lot. Anyone have any idea where Stills will be drafted? Second round...high second? Obviously Woods is the higher rated prospect out of all three, and Wheaton has got a lot of good reviews, but I'm not impressed all that much with Wheaton.

     



    If I had to chose between the 3 they brought in I'd take Wheaton. To me he'd bing the most to the table and the best looking college production. Stills is interesting though and his off-field issues will cause him to drop and we all know how much BB loves his guys that drop for the value. Then again Tate and Price fell too so not sure I like the value aspect as much

     

     




     

    I agree with you, PE... I like this kid's game (and potential fit in NE) best on tape.   I think he has the best play speed, big play ability, and RAC ability out of the three.

     



    You guys think so? I'll watch some of his stuff again - everything I saw showed he had good hands, but it looked like the corner was always all over him. He would catch something...and I kept thinking...ok, now I'm going to see his speed and quickness as he makes it around this guy - but he wouldn't. Then I watched his highlight stuff thinking I'd see some really impressive plays (and there was some), but even during that tape the corners were right on top of him.

     

    I'll watch some more of his stuff.



    Yeah, just my opinion... his speed/explosiveness really popped to me on tape.  He was able to make plays in the short/intermediate areas of the field, but also had the long speed to make plays down the field.

     
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    The Pats had three receivers in last week for interviews...Kenny Stills, Markus Wheaton, and Woods.

    I watched a lot of stuff on all three, to me Kenny Stills impressed me a lot. Anyone have any idea where Stills will be drafted? Second round...high second? Obviously Woods is the higher rated prospect out of all three, and Wheaton has got a lot of good reviews, but I'm not impressed all that much with Wheaton.

     



    If I had to chose between the 3 they brought in I'd take Wheaton. To me he'd bing the most to the table and the best looking college production. Stills is interesting though and his off-field issues will cause him to drop and we all know how much BB loves his guys that drop for the value. Then again Tate and Price fell too so not sure I like the value aspect as much

     

     




     

    I agree with you, PE... I like this kid's game (and potential fit in NE) best on tape.   I think he has the best play speed, big play ability, and RAC ability out of the three.

     



    You guys think so? I'll watch some of his stuff again - everything I saw showed he had good hands, but it looked like the corner was always all over him. He would catch something...and I kept thinking...ok, now I'm going to see his speed and quickness as he makes it around this guy - but he wouldn't. Then I watched his highlight stuff thinking I'd see some really impressive plays (and there was some), but even during that tape the corners were right on top of him.

     

    I'll watch some more of his stuff.

     



    Yeah, just my opinion... his speed/explosiveness really popped to me on tape.  He was able to make plays in the short/intermediate areas of the field, but also had the long speed to make plays down the field.

     




    Watched some more stuff, I see what everyone is talking about now. They give him such a huge cushion that it was hard for me to see that long speed - I see it now.

     
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    A question for the draft experts on this board: If we do not get Emmanuel Sanders, could you see BB double dipping (picking two) at the WR position in this draft? I know it is risky to come in with two rookies and expect them to contribute immediately, but it would definitely complete the youth movement on offense.

     
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    A question for the draft experts on this board: If we do not get Emmanuel Sanders, could you see BB double dipping (picking two) at the WR position in this draft? I know it is risky to come in with two rookies and expect them to contribute immediately, but it would definitely complete the youth movement on offense.



    I think double dipping would be a good idea.  Something like-

    DeAndre Hopkins and Robert Woods?

     

     

     
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    A question for the draft experts on this board: If we do not get Emmanuel Sanders, could you see BB double dipping (picking two) at the WR position in this draft? I know it is risky to come in with two rookies and expect them to contribute immediately, but it would definitely complete the youth movement on offense.

     



    I think double dipping would be a good idea.  Something like-

     

    DeAndre Hopkins and Robert Woods?

     

     



    That would be a tremenous boost to our receiving corps.

     
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    A question for the draft experts on this board: If we do not get Emmanuel Sanders, could you see BB double dipping (picking two) at the WR position in this draft? I know it is risky to come in with two rookies and expect them to contribute immediately, but it would definitely complete the youth movement on offense.




    I think double dipping at WR is certainly within reason, yes.  You may not see them take a WR on Day 1 and 2 or taking a couple on Day 2, but a Day 1/2 AND a Day 3 kid could happen... though if they do take two WR's within the first (3) rounds, I'd be pretty excited.

    I know they've double dipped at positions in the past, but the difference this year is their relative lack of picks vs. say the Gronk/Hern year when they had (12) picks total I believe.

     
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    A question for the draft experts on this board: If we do not get Emmanuel Sanders, could you see BB double dipping (picking two) at the WR position in this draft? I know it is risky to come in with two rookies and expect them to contribute immediately, but it would definitely complete the youth movement on offense.

     




    I think double dipping at WR is certainly within reason, yes.  You may not see them take a WR on Day 1 and 2 or taking a couple on Day 2, but a Day 1/2 AND a Day 3 kid could happen... though if they do take two WR's within the first (3) rounds, I'd be pretty excited.

     

    I know they've double dipped at positions in the past, but the difference this year is their relative lack of picks vs. say the Gronk/Hern year when they had (12) picks total I believe.

     



    That is a good point. I'd imagine (any Mallet trade aside) that BB wants to address DL, OL, and maybe CB along with WR. It'll be interesting to see what he does.

     

     
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