Re: Werder: Sanders to Stay In Pitt
posted at 4/10/2013 4:56 PM EDT
In response to TripleOG's comment:
In response to RidingWithTheKingII's comment:
Somewhat surprising considering the cap position and the fact they're essentially rebuilding.
This sort of proves that Pitt can't really tell their fanbase that they are sort of scaling back the next 2 years to add pieces they need. They need to get younger.
Now, you'd have to think BB will hit up 2 WRs in the draft.
I figured this but I dont think it means we draft 2. We are short on pics and the worst thing to do while trying to improve your defense in a year with short pics is pick 2 WRs when we have 3 capable and 2 TEs and our draft history of WR's is pretty bad. Even now, Im not sure they use the 3rd on a rookie, I mean who sais BB values ANY of these rookies like a 3 year vet?? Who is to say he isnt gonna draft another Edleman in round 7 and go ALL defense. I dont like the idea of drafting 2 WRs and you shouldnt either the way you keep saying Brady has enough weapons and keeps failing cuz he s*cks. So which is it?
BB could still go for two WRs, but I doubt he picks them both in the top 3 picks. He might pick one in the early rounds and use one of the 7th rnd picks (226 or 235) for the other.
There are some interesting WRs in that range. Some already discussed in the draft thread.
TJ Moe, Missouri, 6-0, 204 lbs: 4.62 on the 40, but very good on the shuttle and cone (3.96 and 6.53 respectively)
Marquess Wilson, Washington St, 6-3, 194 lbs: 4.45, 4.33, 6.65
Kenbrell Thompkins, Cincinnati, 6-1, 193 lbs: 4.46, 4.21, 6.88
Lanear Sampson, Baylor, 5-11, 204 lbs: 4.40, 4.38, 7.10
Keenan Davis, Iowa, 6-2, 216 lbs: No combine stats