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No trades, just picks based on needs, nothing flashy.

Rd.1: DT Evander Hood, Missouri

Rd.2: OLB Marcus Freeman, Ohio State

Rd.3: CB Asher Allen, Georgia

Rd.4: OT Gerald Cadogan, Penn State

Rd.5: DE David Veikune, Hawaii

Rd.5: FS CJ Spillman, Marshall

Rd.6: FB Jovorskie Lane, Texas A&M

Defensive depth chart:

LDE: J. Anderson / K. Bierrman / D. Veikune

DT: J. Babineaux / K. Moorehead

DT: E. Hood / J. Jefferson

RDE: J. Abraham / C. Davis/ K. Bierrman

WLB: M. Freeman / S. Nicholas

MLB: C. Lofton / T. Gilbert

SLB: M. Peterson / C. Wire

LCB: C. Jackson / B. Grimes

RCB: C. Houston / A. Allen

SS: T. DeCoud / J. Fudge

FS: E. Coleman / C. Spillman

Offense:

WR: R. White / H. Douglas

LT: S. Baker / Q. Ojinnaka

LG: J. Blalock / B. Wilkerson

C: T. McClure / B. Wilkerson

RG: H. Dahl / T. Clabo

RT: T. Clabo / G. Cadogan

TE: J. Peele / B. Hartsock

WR: M. Jenkins / B. Finneran

QB: M. Ryan / C. Redman

RB: M. Turner / J. Norwood

FB: O. Mughelli / J. Lane

Notes:

- I know a lot of people think DE is a big need, but I think with an improved D-line and a presence like Hood, it will make our ends look better, and I'm not convinced JA98 is a total loss yet... still, we add a developmental end in Veikune.

- I put Marcus Freeman at 1 on the depth chart for WLB, although I think he may start 2nd behind Stephen Nicholas at first.

- The Georgia player streak stays alive with Asher Allen

Did this fairly quickly, didn't spend a whole lot of time with it, mainly just bored and killing some time right now. What do you think?

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Is Asher good in zone? I don't know much about him but i always thought he was a man-up guy.

Georgia plays a lot of zone.... he's pretty good in coverage, though his stats last season wouldn't necessarily show it, as he got left out to dry a lot by poor play from the safeties. If he had stayed another year he likely would have improved to early 2nd late 1st status.... so it could be a good pick. Only thing is he may be gone before our 3rd round pick.

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Quite realistic. I've heard nothing about Swain, but like some of the others

Actually I'm glad you mentioned him, because I accidentally put him there... I was going to use him as a 6th round but decided David Veikune out of Hawaii was a better pick in the 5th.... just forgot to change that initially. It's fixed now.

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Asher Allen is a 5th round prospect right now. why take him in the 3rd?

Where are you getting that? He's projected as a late 3rd, early 4th.

I heard Lane had ballooned up to near 300lbs. Maybe he can play some OL too :lol:

I love him as a goal line hammer B)

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Hey I really like this one, and would love it if it turned out this way. I like the late FS pick as depth since I think it's much better value than a higher safety. I don't know anything about Cadogan but also liking the OT in the 4th. Nice job.

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Nice job. Picking late in each round means TD may have to make some slight reaches. I like the picks except Lane. I'd rather the Falcons take Q.Johnson from LSU and find a way to dump Ovie's ridiculous contract.

Yes, that monstrous contract that's giving him 3 MILL a year, and taking up approximately 2 % of our cap space, for one of our better players. SMH at Ovie and his greed... :mellow:

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Yes, that monstrous contract that's giving him 3 MILL a year, and taking up approximately 2 % of our cap space, for one of our better players. SMH at Ovie and his greed... :mellow:

Ovie Mughelli --Running Back-- 3/2/2007: Signed a six-year, $18 million contract. The deal included a $5 million signing bonus. 2009: $2.5 million, 2010: $2.75 million, 2011-2012: $3 million, 2013: Free Agent

Mike Sellers --Running Back-- 3/2/2007: Signed a three-year, $4 million contract. The deal included a $700,000 signing bonus. 2009: $745,000, 2010: $900,000, 2011: Free Agent

Brad Hoover --Running Back-- 2009: $850,000, 2010: $860,000, 2011: Free Agent

Jason McKie --Running Back-- 11/2/2006: Signed a five-year, $4.5 million contract extension through 2011. The deal included a $1 million signing bonus. 2009: $745,000, 2010: $760,000, 2011: $775,000, 2012: Free Agent

See what I'm gettin' at? <_< Yes Ovie is good, but is he $1.7mill. per year better than Sellers. Nobody, and I mean nobody, gives a FB that kinda $$$$. Except McKay <_< .

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