***2014 PATRIOTS DRAFT THREAD***

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    ***2014 PATRIOTS DRAFT THREAD*** *BIG 53 Board added 11/26*

    Below is my Big 56 Board... list is fluid and is sure to change as more tape/info becomes available


    BOARD UPDATED 4/26/14 


    Rd 1
    LB- Ryan Shazier
    DT- Stephon Tuitt
    DE/OLB- Kony Ealy
    DT- Louis Nix III
    OLB/DE- J. Attaochu
    OLB/DE- D. Lawrence
    WR- Kelvin Benjamin
    DT- Timmy Jernigan
    DT- Ra'shede Hageman


    Rd 1-2
    S- Jimmie Ward
    OL- Joel Bitonio
    LB- Kyle Van Noy
    DE/OLB- Marcus Smith
    DT- Dominique Easley


    Rd 2
    WR- Jarvis Landry
    DE/OLB- Trent Murphy
    S- Deone Bucannon
    WR- Cody Latimer
    RB- Carlos Hyde
    WR- Donte Moncrief
    LB- Telvin Smith
    CB/S- Lamarcus Joyner
    LB- Chris Borland
    TE- Troy Niklas
    TE- Austin Seferian-Jenkins
    TE- Jace Amaro


    Rd 2-3
    DT- DaQuan Jones
    CB- Stanley Jean Baptiste
    OL Ja'Waun James
    DE/OLB- Trevor Reilly
    OL- Weston Richburg
    OL- Marcus Martin
    DT- Ego Ferguson
    WR- Bruce Ellington
    DT- Kelcy Quarles


    Rd 3
    DT- Brent Urban
    WR- Jared Abbrederis
    TE- CJ Fiedorowicz
    CB- Phillip Gaines
    QB- AJ McCarron
    RB- Devonte Freeman


    Rd 4-7
    LB- Christian Kirksey
    LB- Max Bullough
    DT- Ed Stinson
    OLB/DE- Adrian Hubbard
    CB- Dontae Johnson
    S- Antone Exum
    S- Craig Loston
    TE- Arthur Lynch
    OL- John Urschel
    OL- Wesley Johnson
    OL- Chris Watt
    OL- Anthony Steen
    CB- Dexter McDougle
    S- Brock Vereen
    S- Vinnie Sunseri
    QB- Logan Thomas
    WR- Kain Colter
    RB- Tyler Gaffney
    LB- James Morris
    TE- Ted Bolser
    TE- Rob Blanchflower
    RB- Alfred Blue
    RB- Rajion Neal
    RB- Lorenzo Taliaferro


     


    What’s goin on, boys?


     


    Has it been (4) months already?  It feels like just yesterday, we were talking about the pros and cons of the 2013 draft, but now it’s time to get after it for the 2014 class!!!!!!!


     


    To kick things off, below is my 2014 watch list… this isn’t my draft board (that’ll take shape as the season goes on and more info/tape becomes available), but a list of players that could be of interest to BB and Co.


     


    This list will remain fluid and I’ll add/remove players as the season progresses.  I have few character question players (marked with a ?), but I’d have to guess that they’ll be extra careful in taking on any potential red flags (at least early in the draft), with what’s transpired over the summer.


     


    I’ll doing as much film research as I can and will post player reviews once available.  The fun part is identifying a player that should go (IMO) much higher than currently projected/discussed.


     


    Either way, feel free to suggest names that I may have missed… though I should note that I purposely left of a few players that I don’t see NE having a chance at (Bridgewater, Lee, etc.), though to contradict myself, I did include a couple of potential Top 10 DL (Nix/Tuitt, etc.).


     


     


    OFFENSE:


     


    QB:


     


    AJ McCarron- 6-4 210- Alabama


    Tajh Boyd- 6-1 225- Clemson


    Aaron Murray- 6-1 215- Georgia


    David Fales- 6-3 220- SJSU


    Derek Carr- 6-3 212- Fresno State


    *Teddy Bridgewater- 6-3 220- Louisville


    *Marcus Mariota- 6-4 210- Oregon


    *Devin Gardner- 6-4 203- Michigan


    *Braxton Miller- 6-1 210- OSU


    *Bo Wallace- 6-4 214- Ole Miss


     


     


     


    WR:


     


    Josh Huff- 5-11 205- Oregon


    Jared Abbrederis- 6-2 188- Wisconsin


    Alex Amidon- 5-11 186- BC


    TJ Jones- 5-11 190- ND


    Jordan Matthews- 6-3 205- Vanderbilt


    Cody Hoffman- 6-3 215- BYU


    Michael Campanaro- 5-11 190- WF


    Tevin Reese- 5-10 172- Baylor


    TJ Jones- 6-0 195- ND


    Trey Burton- 6-2 228- Florida


    Kevin Norwood- 6-1 195- Alabama


    Kenny Bell- 6-1 180- Alabama


    Dri Archer- 5-7 173- Kent State


    Jalen Saudners- 5-9 170- Oklahoma


    *Brandon Coleman- 6-5 220- Rutgers


    *Mike Evans- 6-5 220- Tex A&M


    *Allen Robinson- 6-3 204- PSU


    *Donte Moncreif- 6-2 215- Ole Miss


    *Sammy Watkins- 6-1 205- Clemson


    *Paul Richardson- 6-1 176- Colorado


    *Devante Parker- 6-2 205- Louisville


     


    RB:


     


    Alfred Blue- 6-1 220- LSU


    Tyler Gaffney- 6-1 215- Stanford


    Anthony Wilkerson- 6-0 218- Stanford


    ? Carlos Hyde- 6-0 240- OSU


    *De’Athony Thomas- 5-9 178


     


    TE:


     


    CJ Fiederowicz 6-6 265 Iowa


    Arthur Lynch 6-5 258- Georgia


    Ted Bolser- 6-5 250- Indiana


    Kaneakua Friel- 6-5 250- BYU


    Rob Blanchflower- 6-4 254- UMass


    Gabe Holmes- 6-4 258- Purdue


    Crockett Gilmore- 6-6 255- Colorado St


    Marcel Jensen- 6-5 258- Fresno St


    *? Colt Lyerla- 6-5 245- Oregon (made comments around Sandy Hook being a Gov’t Conspiracy)


    * Eric Ebron- 6-4 245- UNC


    *? Austin Seferian-Jenkins 6-6 266- Washington


     


     


    OL:


     


    OT- Ryan Groy- 6-5 318- Wisconsin


    OT- Jack Mewhort- 6-6 308- OSU


    OT- James Hurst- 605 305- UNC


    OG- Zach Martin- 6-3 305- ND


    OG- Gabe Jackson- 6-3 335- Miss St


    OG- Anthony Steen- 6-2 310- Alabama


    OC- Travis Swanton0 6-4 314- Arkansas


     


     


     


    Defense:


     


    DT:


     


    Daniel McCullers- 6-6 377- Tenn


    DeAndre Coleman- 6-5 309- Cal


    Ra’Shede Hageman- 6-5 302- Minn


    Bruce Gaston- 6-2 305- Purdue


    DaQuan Jones- 6-3 333- Penn State


    *Louis Nix III- 6-3 347- ND


    *Anthony Johnson- 6-3 305- LSU


    *Ego Ferguson- 6-3 308- LSU


    *Danny Shelton- 6-1 317- Washington


    *Brandon Ivory- 6-3 310- Alabama


     


    DE:


     


    Trent Murphy- 6-6 261- Standford


    Jackson Jeffcoat- 6-5 245- Texas


    James Gayle- 6-4 268- VT


    Kareem Martin- 6-5 260- UNC


    Will Sutton- 6-0 268- ASU


    Ben Gardner- 6-4 265- Stanford


    Ed Stinson- 6-4 2820 Alabama


    Cassius Marsh- 6-3 276- UCLA


    Walker May- 6-5 250- Vanderbilt


    Taylor Hart- 6-5 292- Oregon


    Trevor Reilly- 6-5 255- Utah


    *Stephon Tuitt- 6-6 315- ND


    *Jeoffrey Pagan- 6-4 290- Alabama


    *Scott Crichton- 6-3 263- Oregon State


    *Henry Anderson- 6-6 278- Standford


     


     


    ILB:


     


    Max Bullough- 6-2 252- Michigan State


    Lamin Barrow- 6-2 232- LSU


    Andrew Jackson- 6-1 265- Western Kentucky


    Greg Blair- 6-1 252- Cincy


    Shayne Skov- 6-3 242- Stanford


    Glenn Carson- 6-3 235- PSU


    Preston Brown- 6-2 255- Louisville


    Dan Fox- 6-3 245- ND


    Steele Divitto- 6-3 240- BC


    Mike Marry- 6-2 248- Ole Miss


    Chris Borland- 5-11 245- Wisconsin


    Spencer Shuey- 6-2 250- Clemson


    *Trey DePriest- 6-2 245- Alabama


    *A.J. Johnson- 6-2 240- Tenn


    *AJ Tarpley- 6-2 240- Stanford


    *Yawin Smallwood- 6-2 244- UConn


     


    OLB:


    Kyle Van Noy- 6-3 235- BYU


    CJ Mosely- 6-2 232- Alabama


    Anthony Barr- 6-4 248- UCLA


    Christian Jones- 6-3 232- FSU


    Prince Shembo- 6-2 258- ND


    *Adrian Hubbard- 6-5 260- Alabama


    *Ryan Shazier- 6-2 226- OSU


    *Ishaq Williams- 6-5 255 ND


    *Ronald Powell 6-3 235- Florida


     


    CB:


     


    Bennett Jackson- 6-0 185- ND


    Jaylen Watkins- 6-0 182- Florida


    Justin Gilbert- 6-0 195- Oklahoma State


    Jason Verrett- 6-0 182- TCU


    Aaron Colvin- 6-0 182- Oklahoma


    Deion Belue- 5-11 182- Alabama


    Ricardo Allen- 5-9 186- Purdue


    Antone Exum- 6-0 224- VT


    John Fulton- 6-0 187- Alabama


    EJ Gaines- 5-10 190- Mizzou


    *? Bradley Roby- 5-11 190- OSU


    *Ifo Ekpre-Olomu- 5-10 190- Oregon


    *Louchiez Purifoy- 6-0 190- Florida


    *Wayne Lyons- 6-1 187- Stanford


    *Marcus Roberson- 6-0 195- Florida


    *Tim Scott 5-11 190- UNC


     


    S:


     


    CJ Barnett- 6-0 202- OSU


    Craig Loston- 6-2 205- LSU


    Brian Blechen- 6-2 218- Utah


    Tre Boston- 6-1 190- UNC


    *Vinnie Sunseri 6-0 215- Alabama


    *Ed Reynolds- 6-2 215- Stanford


    *Ronald Martin- 61 202- LSU


    *Jordan Richards- 5-11 208- Stanford


    *Nickoe Whitley- 6-1 205- Miss State


    *Hasean “Ha Ha” Clinton-Dix- 6-1 209- Alabama


     


     


     


     


    *Denotes Underclassmen


    ? Denotes Character Questions


     

     
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    What's up MB? Good to hear from you. Man, I love that College Football is starting! Should be a great season with lots of good draft talk to come.

     
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    What's up MB? Good to hear from you. Man, I love that College Football is starting! Should be a great season with lots of good draft talk to come.




    Hey man! Looks like your boy Tuel  will be the first undrafted QB to start week 1 in the modern era of the NFL (or so has been reported)... no pressure, bud... it's only vs New England! ha

     
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    I am no draft expert so i guess I will just call this a bold prediction. Marcus Mariota will be the #1 pick in the draft. he will be better than Kaepernick, Luck, Wilson and RGIII.

    I saw several Oregon games last year and  to go along with his physical tools the kid already had the poise and understanding of how to read and recognize defenses.

    Just a BOLD prediction from a non draft expert.

    BTW mbeaulieu, fantastic thread year to year  looking forward to reading all the good intel provided here.

     
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    I am no draft expert so i guess I will just call this a bold prediction. Marcus Mariota will be the #1 pick in the draft. he will be better than Kaepernick, Luck, Wilson and RGIII.

    I saw several Oregon games last year and  to go along with his physical tools the kid already had the poise and understanding of how to read and recognize defenses.

    Just a BOLD prediction from a non draft expert.

    BTW mbeaulieu, fantastic thread year to year  looking forward to reading all the good intel provided here.

     




    Hey man, not a bad darkhorse pick for #1 overall (especially if tears it up and the Iggles suck enough this year)... though my money is riding on either Clowney or Bridgewater at this point. 

     

     

     
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    Oh I love draft talk. Given what we've seen so far this preseason I'm pretty happy with the way the young WRs look so far so not looking too deeply at WR until at least a couple weeks into the season. Even still the two names I'd keep an eye on are:

    WR Brandon Coleman Rutgers and WR Jared Abbrederis Wisconsin

    I think we are pretty good on OL. Maybe an eventual replacement for Mankins but I think Cannon, Wendell, Solder, and Vollmer are pretty solid moving forward. Same with LB and even DE is looking ok right now.

    The positions I'm looking to improve right now are DT, CB, SS and places that could get a node early for depth are QB and TE.

    For DT my favorite right now is the mammoth DT Daniel McCullers Tenn. I don't expect this kid to be a great pass rusher but he's a massive anchor on the line. You put him in the 34 or 43 and he isn't moving and no RB is running his way. If you are building rushing from the outside this guy will at least push the pocket a yard or two back just enough to make QB's uncomfortable. For me he's the DT to watch. After him there is a kid from Minn named Ra'Shede Hageman that looks pretty interesting. Overall this seems like a weaker DT class.

    CB wise there are a number of interesting names. I expect CB Bradley Roby to fly up the draft boards and be a possible top 20 pick if he can repeat last years production. Justin Gilbert is a great name to watch out for out of Ok State. Very solid production the last two years. And you know how BB loves CB's who can play S so look out for Antone Exum Vir T and Tre Boston NC.

    For FS's Hakeem Smith is a name that comes up if he can add some weight and Nickoe Whitley from Miss State is coming off a nice season after recoverying from ACL. Whitley might make his way to an early day 2 pick if he plays well 2 years removed from the ACL.

    TE's it has to be C.J. Fiedorowicz for me. 6'7" 265 who can block and has good hands. Playing in Iowa he might be over looked but I like the way this kid plays. He has the potential to be a solid #2/3 TE with some decent speed.

    Haven't looked too much into QB's yet but just got my college edition of SI so I'm going to give it a once over later


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    I would have said Clowney but i have a feeling the Jets/cleve/oak/ Jax/Ariz may all be competing for that pick and it would be hard for those teams to pass on a QB.

    Bridgewater obviously is the choice now but I was really impressed with Mariota's entire game. Once his body fills out this kid will have all the tools needed to be an NFL star.

    That being said I don't follow college like the NFL so I could be dead wrong.

     
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    What's up MB? Good to hear from you. Man, I love that College Football is starting! Should be a great season with lots of good draft talk to come.

     

     




    Hey man! Looks like your boy Tuel  will be the first undrafted QB to start week 1 in the modern era of the NFL (or so has been reported)... no pressure, bud... it's only vs New England! ha

     

     

     



    Haha! Yeah, no big deal. Just asking an undrafted rookie QB to beat NE in week 1. No pressure. Honestly, I bet they end up getting Manuel healthy for that game, but I would be interested to see  how Tuel could do given a chance. I always though he was a decent QB behind a terrible O-line.   If Tuel does start, Belichick will be lickin his chops.  But hey, no one expected much from Brady either before he took the field...

     

     
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    In response to PatsEng's comment:

    Oh I love draft talk. Given what we've seen so far this preseason I'm pretty happy with the way the young WRs look so far so not looking too deeply at WR until at least a couple weeks into the season. Even still the two names I'd keep an eye on are:

    WR Brandon Coleman Rutgers and WR Jared Abbrederis Wisconsin

    I think we are pretty good on OL. Maybe an eventual replacement for Mankins but I think Cannon, Wendell, Solder, and Vollmer are pretty solid moving forward. Same with LB and even DE is looking ok right now.

    The positions I'm looking to improve right now are DT, CB, SS and places that could get a node early for depth are QB and TE.

    For DT my favorite right now is the mammoth DT Daniel McCullers Tenn. I don't expect this kid to be a great pass rusher but he's a massive anchor on the line. You put him in the 34 or 43 and he isn't moving and no RB is running his way. If you are building rushing from the outside this guy will at least push the pocket a yard or two back just enough to make QB's uncomfortable. For me he's the DT to watch. After him there is a kid from Minn named Ra'Shede Hageman that looks pretty interesting. Overall this seems like a weaker DT class.

    CB wise there are a number of interesting names. I expect CB Bradley Roby to fly up the draft boards and be a possible top 20 pick if he can repeat last years production. Justin Gilbert is a great name to watch out for out of Ok State. Very solid production the last two years. And you know how BB loves CB's who can play S so look out for Antone Exum Vir T and Tre Boston NC.

    For FS's Hakeem Smith is a name that comes up if he can add some weight and Nickoe Whitley from Miss State is coming off a nice season after recoverying from ACL. Whitley might make his way to an early day 2 pick if he plays well 2 years removed from the ACL.

    TE's it has to be C.J. Fiedorowicz for me. 6'7" 265 who can block and has good hands. Playing in Iowa he might be over looked but I like the way this kid plays. He has the potential to be a solid #2/3 TE with some decent speed.

    Haven't looked too much into QB's yet but just got my college edition of SI so I'm going to give it a once over later


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    Hey PE, welcome back!

    Coleman is sure to be a popular track and follow name due to skill set and current school.  I also love Abbrederis.  Take a look at Josh Huff too... similar size to Boyce... good burst off the line and has some deep speed... frequently utilized as a blocker and while he could use some improvement in that area from a techniq also very adept at functioning in an extreme uptempo offense.

    I'm with you on the DL's and character questions aside, Roby is a stud... might've been the best CB in last years class, IMO. I also really like Exum... looks like a high character type too (http://collegefootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2012/12/26/hokies-antone-exum-personifies-the-christmas-spirit/)

    CJ looks to be the bee's knees at TE this year... especially with the character questions around the other (2) big names.

     
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    Hey MB - great to see this thread again and have college and pro football back.

     
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    MB, good to here from you.  Always good to talk about the draft. 

     
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    Ah Yes!!! The thread is here again. As always, thank you for putting it up.

    The upcoming draft is very promising for teams who are looking for QBs - starters (immediate and future) and backups. It's really looking seep at QB. And your list is a good place to start.

    If there is a name I would add to that list, it would be Pachall of TCU. He was away for one year, but looked good before. If he managed to stay sharp, he will be an attractive pesopect for a lot of teams.

    On that list of yours, the QBs I would pick if I had to pick now, are McCarron (if the need is for a pure pocket passer) and Mariota. Mariota has all the tools to do anything the coach will want. Kelly will be all over him regardless of how the Eagles perform. However, IMO, he has shown good stuff going on above his shoulders, that he can be very successful in the pocket.

    My thoughts on other positions where I feel NWE might dip their hands in.

    At DT, I really like two kids - McCullers and Nix. Any team looking for a NT will be crazy not to watch him this year. He just needs to show improved ability to push the pocket, and he may be unreachable for the Pats. Nix, to me, is a very good, but more conventional DT.

    At DE, I am really really sold on Tuitt. Maybe because I prefer the 34, and I believe this kid will be as good as Seymour, if not better. For some reason, I can't see you contradicting that. I am hoping one or two other DEs besides Clowney emerges as the hot thing this year, so that the Pats have a shot at Tuitt.

    TE is another position, that I think will be deep. My guess is that Fiederowicz and Sefarian-Jenkins will be gone early. I think Friel will be a good pick.

    At CB, I am right now sold on Roby and Verrett.

     
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    In response to PatsEng's comment:

    Oh I love draft talk. Given what we've seen so far this preseason I'm pretty happy with the way the young WRs look so far so not looking too deeply at WR until at least a couple weeks into the season. Even still the two names I'd keep an eye on are:

    WR Brandon Coleman Rutgers and WR Jared Abbrederis Wisconsin

    I think we are pretty good on OL. Maybe an eventual replacement for Mankins but I think Cannon, Wendell, Solder, and Vollmer are pretty solid moving forward. Same with LB and even DE is looking ok right now.

    The positions I'm looking to improve right now are DT, CB, SS and places that could get a node early for depth are QB and TE.

    For DT my favorite right now is the mammoth DT Daniel McCullers Tenn. I don't expect this kid to be a great pass rusher but he's a massive anchor on the line. You put him in the 34 or 43 and he isn't moving and no RB is running his way. If you are building rushing from the outside this guy will at least push the pocket a yard or two back just enough to make QB's uncomfortable. For me he's the DT to watch. After him there is a kid from Minn named Ra'Shede Hageman that looks pretty interesting. Overall this seems like a weaker DT class.

    CB wise there are a number of interesting names. I expect CB Bradley Roby to fly up the draft boards and be a possible top 20 pick if he can repeat last years production. Justin Gilbert is a great name to watch out for out of Ok State. Very solid production the last two years. And you know how BB loves CB's who can play S so look out for Antone Exum Vir T and Tre Boston NC.

    For FS's Hakeem Smith is a name that comes up if he can add some weight and Nickoe Whitley from Miss State is coming off a nice season after recoverying from ACL. Whitley might make his way to an early day 2 pick if he plays well 2 years removed from the ACL.

    TE's it has to be C.J. Fiedorowicz for me. 6'7" 265 who can block and has good hands. Playing in Iowa he might be over looked but I like the way this kid plays. He has the potential to be a solid #2/3 TE with some decent speed.

    Haven't looked too much into QB's yet but just got my college edition of SI so I'm going to give it a once over later


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    Pat's eng are you looking over my shoulder at my mock draft board?  McCullers and Fiedorowicz are both on it as well as roby. imagine McCullers next to wilfork!

     
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    I was wondering when this thread was going to get started.  I think it good timing with the first set of games starting this weekend.  Our season is finally here.

     
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    Hey MB nice to see you bro how are u man? the college football is back tomorrow and we are back here to have a great conversation about prospects.

     
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    Patriots have this picks in 2014 draft.

    1st Round (Assigned)
    2nd Round (Assigned)
    3rd Round (Assigned)
    4th Round (Assigned)
    5th Round (Assigned)
    6th Round (Assigned)
    7th Round (Assigned)

     
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    SUP MB!

    thanks again for another year of this!  Glad to know there others out there that think, sleep, and eat this stuff up like we all do in here! lol

    AJ McCarron Bama QB, (putting aside ms bama for a sec)  now eventually we will need a Brady replacement, wouldnt this kid be a 'brady-like' replacement?  He reminds me of Brady when Brady was at Michigan, just Brady had lots of qb competition there....

    just curious on your thoughts or anyone elses out there?  ....

    go pats!

     
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    Hey MB,

    I'd like to get a list our prospective first round pick: Which 5'9" DB would you pick in the 6th round or later?

     

     
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    Lol patsfaninba2! 

    This summer flew by and we are here again. I am not even sure at this point who the pats should target specifucally, but after letting Ras go and Talib on a short contract, cb once again becomes an area of need. I would also add DT to the list on defense to start.

    on offense, I can see bb taking a QB at some point. I would expect one given mallets in his contract year next. OL, and perhaps WR depending on how the youngins look this year. 

    i think FA will be a light year next. Too many of our own to resign and extend, and big question marks on the ah contract...will the pats get cap relief? 

    Okay, I need to hit the books on this years college class. I will begin with your list above MB and look back over my notes from last year.

    thanks for kicking it off once again. I always enjoy this thread because its without the drama...all football.

     
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    Rnd 1: DT or 34 DE (McCullers, Nix, Tuitt) or OL.

    Rnd 2: CB or OL (QB if Mariota is available); go to FA for the position not picked

    Rnd 3: QB (will be a QB-rich QB)

     

     
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    In response to seattlepat70's comment:

    Rnd 1: DT or 34 DE (McCullers, Nix, Tuitt) or OL.

    Rnd 2: CB or OL (QB if Mariota is available); go to FA for the position not picked

    Rnd 3: QB (will be a QB-rich QB)

     



    no more high picks on CB's please. By all means we can use every pick on day 3 on CB's but no more day 1 or 2 picks on CB's

     
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    Re: ***2014 PATRIOTS DRAFT THREAD***

    In response to PatsEng's comment:

    In response to seattlepat70's comment:

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    Rnd 1: DT or 34 DE (McCullers, Nix, Tuitt) or OL.

    Rnd 2: CB or OL (QB if Mariota is available); go to FA for the position not picked

    Rnd 3: QB (will be a QB-rich QB)

     

     



    no more high picks on CB's please. By all means we can use every pick on day 3 on CB's but no more day 1 or 2 picks on CB's

     

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    Are you suggesting the Pats sign Talib to a long contract? If they let him walk after this year, we are potentially stuck with Arrington playing outside unless Ryan steps up into that role. I hate to say it but we either need to sign Talib long term or spend another high pick on a starting caliber corner. What are our options realistically?

     
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    Re: ***2014 PATRIOTS DRAFT THREAD***

    In response to G0DVERNMENT's comment:

    finally, a reason to tune into the Pats board again, welcome back. now, how is Lyeria giving his opinion about Sandy Hook a character concern???




    Welcome back.

    People are entitled to their opinion, I just don't want a player on the team that actually thinks that the government had some involvement in a kid shooting up an elementary school.  It's just moronic... "The parents of the kids that supposedly died in the sandy hook situation are liars."

     
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    Re: ***2014 PATRIOTS DRAFT THREAD***

    In response to mcboyd22's comment:


    Hey MB - great to see this thread again and have college and pro football back.




    Welcome back!

     
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