***2014 PATRIOTS DRAFT THREAD***

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    Some Pro-day news:


    Tony Pauline @TonyPauline 1h

    Stanford pro-day still going on but thus far Ben Gardner/DL killing it: 4.83s/40, 39.5 vertical and 10' 2'' broad jump...

     

    Tony Pauline @TonyPauline 3h

    Shayne Skov/LB/Stanford not working out at Stanford with hamstring/shoulder issues...red flags going to be raised...more later..

     

      Tony Pauline @TonyPauline 3h

    As with all pro-days times all over place...Missouri school official stating Michael Sam ran 4.69s...would expect official time around 4.78

        Tony Pauline @TonyPauline 3h

    Early unofficial times from Missouri pro-day; Kony Ealy low 4.6's & Michael Sam low 4.8's...

     

        Tony Pauline @TonyPauline 4h

    @PhillyBoyInTN don't see Ealy standing up as an OLB....Prince Shembo/Notre Dame or Ronald Powell/Florida would be good last day value...

     

     

     
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    Amen MB. If the Pats draft that whack job I will bite the bullet and become a Vikings fan. That's how much Colt putting on a Pats uniform would effect me.

     
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    No colt for me, that guy is a dink.

     
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    Amen MB. If the Pats draft that whack job I will bite the bullet and become a Vikings fan. That's how much Colt putting on a Pats uniform would effect me.

    Good I really think that's the team you should be rooting for, The Vikings are a nice team for you!!


     
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    No colt for me, that guy is a dink.

     

    So you know him personally? No you formed an opinion based upon the media bias just like the rest of the ill informed. I don't hate him, and he has made his mistakes but I don't turn my back on talent, if I did I wouldn't have rooted for Heron,Moss or Dillon. I know you guys forgave their transgressions. Your all frauds.


     

     
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    No colt for me, that guy is a dink.

    So you know him personally? No you formed an opinion based upon the media bias just like the rest of the ill informed. I don't hate him, and her has made his mistakes but I don't turn my back on talent, if I wouldn't have rooted for Heron,Moss or Dillon. I know you guys forgave their transgressions. Your all frauds.




    I wonder if the kids that supposedly died at Sandy Hook are still dead... let's ask Colt, or maybe the lying parents of the kids.

     
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    Bozo..

     

    if the Pats drafted Colt, highly unlikely, I would root for him. anyone that helps us win i root for, that simple.

    he is still a dink.

    Hern was an aszhole and dink but he helped us win. liked him as a player, would avoid him in public.

     
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    Bozo did u see the sandy hook thing? You gotta be kidding. This is my opinion once a dink always a dink.. He has repeatedly done dumb things over and over again that clarifys why I don't want him.

     
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    No colt for me, that guy is a dink.

    So you know him personally? No you formed an opinion based upon the media bias just like the rest of the ill informed. I don't hate him, and her has made his mistakes but I don't turn my back on talent, if I wouldn't have rooted for Heron,Moss or Dillon. I know you guys forgave their transgressions. Your all frauds.




    I'm assuming you don't know about his comments regarding Sandy Hook elementry, because if you do, and you still feel the same way, you are the biggest moron on this board and it's not even close. And that's really saying something. Do you know how many children died in that school that day? And you want this moron on our team? Or even in the area? This guy ran around saying it was all a government conspiracy and the kids aren't dead - go tell that to the parents who's lives are ruined forever over this.

     
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    No colt for me, that guy is a dink.

    So you know him personally? No you formed an opinion based upon the media bias just like the rest of the ill informed. I don't hate him, and her has made his mistakes but I don't turn my back on talent, if I wouldn't have rooted for Heron,Moss or Dillon. I know you guys forgave their transgressions. Your all frauds.




    I'm assuming you don't know about his comments regarding Sandy Hook elementry, because if you do, and you still feel the same way, you are the biggest moron on this board and it's not even close. And that's really saying something. Do you know how many children died in that school that day? And you want this moron on our team? Or even in the area? This guy ran around saying it was all a government conspiracy and the kids aren't dead - go tell that to the parents who's lives are ruined forever over this.

    The only things I read are sports articles,blogs and spy novels. I guess I missed his so called statement about Sandy Hook Elementry, even if he had said something completely idiotic my question would be why would you care about his beliefs about an incident he had no bearing on? I've heard many people make off the wall statements that seem very odd and even untimely, I don't hate on them or judge them for doing so. Did you when reading this particular article consider he may have been high when he said those things as that would have been right around the time when he was doing Coke for fun! He's alledgedly cleaned himself up and the boy has crazy mad football skills. I hope he's drafted by the Patriots just because he needs a strong support group and the Patriots have the best infrastructure in the NFL, He's a little boy, little boys say hurtful things. He needs guidence!


     
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    for those who read and prefer to use their on mind rather than just accept what they are told.

    http://www.veteranstoday.com/2014/01/07/top-ten-reasons-sandy-hook-was-an-elaborate-hoax/

     
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    Question for the thread:

    Assuming Pryor, Ealy and Nix are off the board, who do you want in Rd 1 (trading back isn't an option)?

     
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    OLB R Shazier

     
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    ND Pro day, Nix in the 2nd rd?

      PRO DAYS Lions coach, Steelers coach and GM at Notre Dame’s pro day

    Posted: March 20th, 2014 | Gil Brandt | Tags: Bennett JacksonChris WattGeorge AtkinsonLouis NixNotre DamePrince ShemboStephon TuittT.J. JonesTroy NiklasZack Martin

    A large contingent representing all 32 NFL teams — including new Detroit Lions head coach Jim Caldwell, and Pittsburgh Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin and general manager Kevin Colbert — were present for Notre Dame’s pro day on Thursday.

    There were 15 players who worked out indoors on FieldTurf.

    George Atkinson, RB (6-foot-1 3/8, 218 pounds) — Atkinson only ran the short shuttle (4.33 seconds) and the three-cone drill (7.08 seconds), and then did the positional workout, when showed a nice burst a running back but had two dropped passes.

    Bennett Jackson, CB (6-0, 191) — Jackson ran the 40-yard dash in 4.41 and 4.42 seconds. He has 31 3/4-inch arms. Jackson did not go through position drills due to a pulled hamstring.

    T.J. Jones, WR (5-11 3/4, 190) — Jones pulled his right hamstring on Wednesday and was limited in his positional drill, when he caught the ball well but couldn’t move real fast.

    Zack Martin, OT (6-4 1/4, 309) — Due to a left hamstring issue, Martin did not run. He has 32 1/4-inch arms. Started in all 52 games played at Notre Dame, the most in school history. Martin is going to be a first-round draft pick, and the team that selects him might play him at guard.

    Troy Niklas, TE (6-6 1/2, 268) — Niklas did not run or workout in the positional drills after having double hernia surgery on March 11. He had his arms measured (33 5/8 inches). Niklas was a linebacker who for the past two seasons played tight end.

    Louis Nix, NT (6-2 1/4, 331) — Nix ran the 40 in 5.36 and 5.34 seconds, and did the three-cone drill in 8.01 seconds. Nix, who has 32 1/4-inch arms, did 24 reps of 225 pounds on the bench press. Nix did position drills, where he was alright but not great. Nix is probably a second-round pick, after not playing nearly as well this season as he did the previous season.

    Prince Shembo, LB (6-1 1/4, 255) — Shembo — who has 32 3/4-inch arms — stood on his numbers from the NFL Scouting Combine and just went through position drills at ND’s pro day, in which he looked explosive. Shembo is a likely third-day draft pick.

    Stephon Tuitt, DE — Tuitt had surgery on his right foot on March 1. He did, however, work out in front of representatives from 29 NFL teams on the day before going in for surgery, running the 40 in 5.00 and 5.03 seconds.

    Chris Watt, G (6-2 3/4, 313) — Watt ran the 40 just once, doing so in 5.05 seconds. He had a 28 1/2-inch vertical jump and 8-foot-8 broad jump. He did the short shuttle in 4.76 seconds and the three-cone drill in 7.67 seconds. He has 32 5/8-inch arms. Watt did go through the positional drills.

     
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    In response to mbeaulieu07's comment:

    Question for the thread:

    Assuming Pryor, Ealy and Nix are off the board, who do you want in Rd 1 (trading back isn't an option)?



    I think it's a tad too early for tuitt, but if the pats can't make any moves to trade back, or trade up with their 2nd, then he's my pick. I don't like him at 29, but do at 40 or so. Benjamin would also be a very good pick here, but I can't see bb grabbing a WR This early, before this year that is. This offseason has led me to believe anything is possible...Benjamin may be the pick.

     
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    MB, great question.

    I would go with Pryor as I think he and Ha-Ha are probably the only NFL starter safties in this draft.

    If you need  a DT in Rd 2, there are options, Jones, Quarles, Ferguson, you can have a run stuffer in Ellis in the late 3rd or 4th.

    For pass rushers/DE/OLB, K. Martin in the 2nd may work, and later, Jeffcoat, D. Lawerence, M, Smith.

     

    I think for the quality of player at 29;  knowing he would start; and more importantly after that the S talent drops off, I would go with Pryor.



    Gotta read the question again ;)  I had asked it assuming Pryor, Ealy and Nix were off the board.

     
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    ND Pro day, Nix in the 2nd rd?

      PRO DAYS Lions coach, Steelers coach and GM at Notre Dame’s pro day

    Posted: March 20th, 2014 | Gil Brandt | Tags: Bennett JacksonChris WattGeorge AtkinsonLouis NixNotre DamePrince ShemboStephon TuittT.J. JonesTroy NiklasZack Martin

    A large contingent representing all 32 NFL teams — including new Detroit Lions head coach Jim Caldwell, and Pittsburgh Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin and general manager Kevin Colbert — were present for Notre Dame’s pro day on Thursday.

    There were 15 players who worked out indoors on FieldTurf.

    George Atkinson, RB (6-foot-1 3/8, 218 pounds) — Atkinson only ran the short shuttle (4.33 seconds) and the three-cone drill (7.08 seconds), and then did the positional workout, when showed a nice burst a running back but had two dropped passes.

    Bennett Jackson, CB (6-0, 191) — Jackson ran the 40-yard dash in 4.41 and 4.42 seconds. He has 31 3/4-inch arms. Jackson did not go through position drills due to a pulled hamstring.

    T.J. Jones, WR (5-11 3/4, 190) — Jones pulled his right hamstring on Wednesday and was limited in his positional drill, when he caught the ball well but couldn’t move real fast.

    Zack Martin, OT (6-4 1/4, 309) — Due to a left hamstring issue, Martin did not run. He has 32 1/4-inch arms. Started in all 52 games played at Notre Dame, the most in school history. Martin is going to be a first-round draft pick, and the team that selects him might play him at guard.

    Troy Niklas, TE (6-6 1/2, 268) — Niklas did not run or workout in the positional drills after having double hernia surgery on March 11. He had his arms measured (33 5/8 inches). Niklas was a linebacker who for the past two seasons played tight end.

    Louis Nix, NT (6-2 1/4, 331) — Nix ran the 40 in 5.36 and 5.34 seconds, and did the three-cone drill in 8.01 seconds. Nix, who has 32 1/4-inch arms, did 24 reps of 225 pounds on the bench press. Nix did position drills, where he was alright but not great. Nix is probably a second-round pick, after not playing nearly as well this season as he did the previous season.

    Prince Shembo, LB (6-1 1/4, 255) — Shembo — who has 32 3/4-inch arms — stood on his numbers from the NFL Scouting Combine and just went through position drills at ND’s pro day, in which he looked explosive. Shembo is a likely third-day draft pick.

    Stephon Tuitt, DE — Tuitt had surgery on his right foot on March 1. He did, however, work out in front of representatives from 29 NFL teams on the day before going in for surgery, running the 40 in 5.00 and 5.03 seconds.

    Chris Watt, G (6-2 3/4, 313) — Watt ran the 40 just once, doing so in 5.05 seconds. He had a 28 1/2-inch vertical jump and 8-foot-8 broad jump. He did the short shuttle in 4.76 seconds and the three-cone drill in 7.67 seconds. He has 32 5/8-inch arms. Watt did go through the positional drills.



    Interesting take and Gil knows a thing or two about prospects.

     
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    Question for the thread:

    Assuming Pryor, Ealy and Nix are off the board, who do you want in Rd 1 (trading back isn't an option)?



    I think it's a tad too early for tuitt, but if the pats can't make any moves to trade back, or trade up with their 2nd, then he's my pick. I don't like him at 29, but do at 40 or so. Benjamin would also be a very good pick here, but I can't see bb grabbing a WR This early, before this year that is. This offseason has led me to believe anything is possible...Benjamin may be the pick.



    There's some variance on Tuitt as well, but I see a Top 30-35 kid, too much length, upside and versatility.

     I'm with you in that Benjamin certainly provides and intriguing alternative as that AH type flex type with elite size/length. 

     
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    So is there any question that BB will either draft or sign Rutgers S Jeremy Deering as an URFA?  Listed at 6-2 200 and is listed as running a 4.33 40 with a 6.78 3C, 10-6 broad jump and 33.5 vert at his pro day.  No confirmed height/weight or SS #'s.



    Sounds like a BB guy to me. From Rutgers, great 3 cone, from Rutgers, runs a fast 40, from Rutgers, and good sized. lol, an entire S core of Rutgers players now that funny.

     
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    Question for the thread:

    Assuming Pryor, Ealy and Nix are off the board, who do you want in Rd 1 (trading back isn't an option)?



    For me it's or choice of Hageman or Tuitt. I wish I could see both workout personally because then I could see if Hageman is actually developing or not. If Hagemans hit a wall in his progression then Tuitt but if Hageman (who wasn't a DL until recently) seems to be evolving and adapting to the position easily him.

     
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    So is there any question that BB will either draft or sign Rutgers S Jeremy Deering as an URFA?  Listed at 6-2 200 and is listed as running a 4.33 40 with a 6.78 3C, 10-6 broad jump and 33.5 vert at his pro day.  No confirmed height/weight or SS #'s.



    Sounds like a BB guy to me. From Rutgers, great 3 cone, from Rutgers, runs a fast 40, from Rutgers, and good sized. lol, an entire S core of Rutgers players now that funny.



    And then there's this, haha:

    Scott Porter: What are your greatest strengths?

     Jeremy Deering: I believe that my greatest strength is my ability to make a quick adjustment when a situation arises. Being a smart football player and having experiences from playing multiple positions.

    http://www.newerascouting.com/2014/02/15/2014-draft-interview-jeremy-deering-s-rutgers/

     
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    So is there any question that BB will either draft or sign Rutgers S Jeremy Deering as an URFA?  Listed at 6-2 200 and is listed as running a 4.33 40 with a 6.78 3C, 10-6 broad jump and 33.5 vert at his pro day.  No confirmed height/weight or SS #'s.



    Sounds like a BB guy to me. From Rutgers, great 3 cone, from Rutgers, runs a fast 40, from Rutgers, and good sized. lol, an entire S core of Rutgers players now that funny.



    And then there's this, haha:

    Scott Porter: What are your greatest strengths?

     Jeremy Deering: I believe that my greatest strength is my ability to make a quick adjustment when a situation arises. Being a smart football player and having experiences from playing multiple positions.

    http://www.newerascouting.com/2014/02/15/2014-draft-interview-jeremy-deering-s-rutgers/



    Forget a UDFA, here's our 2nd round pick fella's. Well that's one round down

     
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    So is there any question that BB will either draft or sign Rutgers S Jeremy Deering as an URFA?  Listed at 6-2 200 and is listed as running a 4.33 40 with a 6.78 3C, 10-6 broad jump and 33.5 vert at his pro day.  No confirmed height/weight or SS #'s.



    Sounds like a BB guy to me. From Rutgers, great 3 cone, from Rutgers, runs a fast 40, from Rutgers, and good sized. lol, an entire S core of Rutgers players now that funny.



    And then there's this, haha:

    Scott Porter: What are your greatest strengths?

     Jeremy Deering: I believe that my greatest strength is my ability to make a quick adjustment when a situation arises. Being a smart football player and having experiences from playing multiple positions.

    http://www.newerascouting.com/2014/02/15/2014-draft-interview-jeremy-deering-s-rutgers/



    Forget a UDFA, here's our 2nd round pick fella's. Well that's one round down



    Hahahaha, scary isn't it.

     
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    So is there any question that BB will either draft or sign Rutgers S Jeremy Deering as an URFA?  Listed at 6-2 200 and is listed as running a 4.33 40 with a 6.78 3C, 10-6 broad jump and 33.5 vert at his pro day.  No confirmed height/weight or SS #'s.



    Sounds like a BB guy to me. From Rutgers, great 3 cone, from Rutgers, runs a fast 40, from Rutgers, and good sized. lol, an entire S core of Rutgers players now that funny.



    And then there's this, haha:

    Scott Porter: What are your greatest strengths?

     Jeremy Deering: I believe that my greatest strength is my ability to make a quick adjustment when a situation arises. Being a smart football player and having experiences from playing multiple positions.

    http://www.newerascouting.com/2014/02/15/2014-draft-interview-jeremy-deering-s-rutgers/



    Forget a UDFA, here's our 2nd round pick fella's. Well that's one round down



    No way bb takes this kid in round 2. There I said it..lol, it will happen.

     
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    So is there any question that BB will either draft or sign Rutgers S Jeremy Deering as an URFA?  Listed at 6-2 200 and is listed as running a 4.33 40 with a 6.78 3C, 10-6 broad jump and 33.5 vert at his pro day.  No confirmed height/weight or SS #'s.



    Sounds like a BB guy to me. From Rutgers, great 3 cone, from Rutgers, runs a fast 40, from Rutgers, and good sized. lol, an entire S core of Rutgers players now that funny.



    And then there's this, haha:

    Scott Porter: What are your greatest strengths?

     Jeremy Deering: I believe that my greatest strength is my ability to make a quick adjustment when a situation arises. Being a smart football player and having experiences from playing multiple positions.

    http://www.newerascouting.com/2014/02/15/2014-draft-interview-jeremy-deering-s-rutgers/



    Forget a UDFA, here's our 2nd round pick fella's. Well that's one round down



    No way bb takes this kid in round 2. There I said it..lol, it will happen.



    And I just added my "Deering #28" jersey to cart at the Patriots Online ProShop, so it better happen!

     
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