next years #1 draft choice?

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    Living in WA I've seen the guy play a lot. He is the real deal and will likely be a future All Pro at the NFL level. Look for him to go in the Top 15 picks of next years draft if he has a decent 2013 season and stays healthy.

     
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    I mentioned ASJ to MB on his 2013 draft thread to watch out for this guy. No doubt about his catching and route running (by TE standards). The good thing about being a basketball player is that he already has good hands, has the mind that is used to remembering and executing plays in crowded small areas and defiintely can cut (defined differently in basketball) to open space.

    I will continue to check him out this year but focusing more on his blocking. 

    That said, assuming the same reg season result for NWE, ASJ will not be within their reach. If you want a TE, start looking for the third and fourth options in the draft.

     
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    They are not going to get him with the 32nd pick in next year's draft!

     
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    They are not going to get him with the 32nd pick in next year's draft!




    I see what you did there.

     

    Depending how our rookie WR's play out and how well Gronk comes back, we may not need to draft this guy and could use more help with our D.

     
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    I was looking at

    CJ Fiedorowicz, TE, Iowa in the 3rd round.  plus i look forward to seeing what Sudfeld can do.  we may not need another TE if he does well.









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    Good choice. Right now he would be a top 20 choice which would require a trade up. Part of me thinks we still have to see what the offense and defense are capable of before discussing draft needs. Seems like Boyd, Bridgewater and McCarron could all be taken in the 1st round and we could see teams trading up to get them. It's not Luck or RG III but many teams will still need franchise QBs.

     
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    Won't lie, the thought of a two-TE set featuring this guy and Gronk is certainly intriguing. 

     
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    Good choice. Right now he would be a top 20 choice which would require a trade up. Part of me thinks we still have to see what the offense and defense are capable of before discussing draft needs. Seems like Boyd, Bridgewater and McCarron could all be taken in the 1st round and we could see teams trading up to get them. It's not Luck or RG III but many teams will still need franchise QBs.



    There is a wild card among the QB's... Marcus Mariota.

    He has RGIII type skills.

     
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    In response to tenace4life's comment:

    They are not going to get him with the 32nd pick in next year's draft!



    :-)

     
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    I expect and injury prone 5'9" CB out of Rutgers who all the experts predicted would go in the 5th round.

    Because BB will always be the smartest guy in the room as long as Tom Brady is under center.

     
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    Sorry he's not from Rutgers  :p

    But all joking aside lets see what happens when Gronk gets back, what Ballard looks like as well as Sudfeld. We could have 3 TE's with his size, blocking ability, and ability to catch on the roster to began with. I'm more concerned about the receiver core right now. We might be looking at another WR next year similar to all those back to back to back CB years, depending on our rooks of course

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    I can't see Kraft allowing a guy with a DUI to be drafted in the first round. There will be a lot of eyes on the pats picks. I hope an animal DE falls to us at 32.  I think the D is developing to the brink of greatness. If jones and Collins turn out to be the real deal we will have a pass rush. It will be time to grab wilfork s successor   I'm hoping armestead lives up to the cfl hype. 

     


    Now you got the easy part done telling me about it.

    Does that handshaped bruise on your back hurt?

     
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    We just might need a cornerback next year!

     
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    If within range, I'd like them to take a shot at McCullers or Tuitt. 

     
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    Good choice. Right now he would be a top 20 choice which would require a trade up. Part of me thinks we still have to see what the offense and defense are capable of before discussing draft needs. Seems like Boyd, Bridgewater and McCarron could all be taken in the 1st round and we could see teams trading up to get them. It's not Luck or RG III but many teams will still need franchise QBs.

     



    There is a wild card among the QB's... Marcus Mariota.

     

    He has RGIII type skills.



    Mariota is currently my favorite QB in the 2014 draft.

    Also, Murray, I think, is underrated. Beyond those already mentioned watch out for Fales, Pachall, Fajardo and Carr.

    I would not be surprised if 2014 turns out to be the draft with the most number of QBs taken in the first round. I predict at least 5, possibly 6.

     
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    Good choice. Right now he would be a top 20 choice which would require a trade up. Part of me thinks we still have to see what the offense and defense are capable of before discussing draft needs. Seems like Boyd, Bridgewater and McCarron could all be taken in the 1st round and we could see teams trading up to get them. It's not Luck or RG III but many teams will still need franchise QBs.

     

     



    There is a wild card among the QB's... Marcus Mariota.

     

     

    He has RGIII type skills.

     



    Mariota is currently my favorite QB in the 2014 draft.

     

    Also, Murray, I think, is underrated. Beyond those already mentioned watch out for Fales, Pachall, Fajardo and Carr.

    I would not be surprised if 2014 turns out to be the draft with the most number of QBs taken in the first round. I predict at least 5, possibly 6.



    The 1983 draft had 6 QBs selected in the 1st round when the league only had 28 teams.

    As for the main topic, it's waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaay too early to say what position might be the focus for the #1 pick.

     
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    Good choice. Right now he would be a top 20 choice which would require a trade up. Part of me thinks we still have to see what the offense and defense are capable of before discussing draft needs. Seems like Boyd, Bridgewater and McCarron could all be taken in the 1st round and we could see teams trading up to get them. It's not Luck or RG III but many teams will still need franchise QBs.

     

     

     



    There is a wild card among the QB's... Marcus Mariota.

     

     

     

    He has RGIII type skills.

     

     



    Mariota is currently my favorite QB in the 2014 draft.

     

     

    Also, Murray, I think, is underrated. Beyond those already mentioned watch out for Fales, Pachall, Fajardo and Carr.

    I would not be surprised if 2014 turns out to be the draft with the most number of QBs taken in the first round. I predict at least 5, possibly 6.

     



    The 1983 draft had 6 QBs selected in the 1st round when the league only had 28 teams.

     

    As for the main topic, it's waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaay too early to say what position might be the focus for the #1 pick.



    You are right. It's way too early. Please excuse us who like to have fun with it anyway.

     
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    We will be drafting two cornerbacks early next year (again) because there is no way Kraft lets Belichick extend Talib or keep a guy that punches cops on the team. Not any longer...not after Hernandez. You can throw a middle linebacker in there too.

     
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    In response to mthurl's comment:

    We will be drafting two cornerbacks early next year (again) because there is no way Kraft lets Belichick extend Talib or keep a guy that punches cops on the team. Not any longer...not after Hernandez. You can throw a middle linebacker in there too.



    Agree with you about Talib and Spikes. If Dennard plays well and stays out of trouble they will let him play out his rookie contract.

     
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