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Kenny Vaccaro is a top 20 player and either the best or 2nd best safety in this draft depending on who you ask. 0% chance he falls to 60th overall unless he runs like a 4.7 40. I'd be cool with Lane Johnson, though, assuming we let Baker walk.

"BOTTOM LINE Vaccaro is a confident, athletic All-Big 12 performer with potential as a combo safety (14 pass break-ups the past two seasons, often playing as a nickel back). He still needs to improve his instincts as a last line of defense. An athlete whose aggressive nature and man coverage skills will be coveted, Vaccaro figures to be one of the first safeties selected in April’s draft, most likely in the second or third round -- much higher than his uncle, A.J. Johnson, a sixth-round pick out of Texas State in 1989 who played cornerback in the NFL for seven seasons and was a member of the Super Bowl XXVI-winning Washington Redskins."

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What we doing at RB and TE?

32 Rodgers, Jacquizz RB 5-6 196 23 2 Oregon State

35 Smith, Antone RB 5-9 190 27 4 Florida State

44 Snelling, Jason RB 5-11 223 29 6 Virginia

30 Vaughan, Josh RB 6-0 225 26 2 Richmond

we are ok RB

86 Coffman, Chase TE 6-6 250 26 3 Missouri

81 Palmer, Michael TE 6-5 260 25 3 Clemson

85 Szczerba, Andrew TE 6-6 256 24 R Penn State

we are ok at TE

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32 Rodgers, Jacquizz RB 5-6 196 23 2 Oregon State

35 Smith, Antone RB 5-9 190 27 4 Florida State

44 Snelling, Jason RB 5-11 223 29 6 Virginia

30 Vaughan, Josh RB 6-0 225 26 2 Richmond

we are ok RB

86 Coffman, Chase TE 6-6 250 26 3 Missouri

81 Palmer, Michael TE 6-5 260 25 3 Clemson

85 Szczerba, Andrew TE 6-6 256 24 R Penn State

we are ok at TE

i think we could make it at TE but we are in no way ok at RB. Bad draft, not sure where you got the vacarro quote but no way he falls to the second, lane will not fall to 30 either. All in all this is a huge reach.

32 Rodgers, Jacquizz RB 5-6 196 23 2 Oregon State

35 Smith, Antone RB 5-9 190 27 4 Florida State

44 Snelling, Jason RB 5-11 223 29 6 Virginia

30 Vaughan, Josh RB 6-0 225 26 2 Richmond

we are ok RB

86 Coffman, Chase TE 6-6 250 26 3 Missouri

81 Palmer, Michael TE 6-5 260 25 3 Clemson

85 Szczerba, Andrew TE 6-6 256 24 R Penn State

we are ok at TE

i think we could make it at TE but we are in no way ok at RB. Bad draft, not sure where you got the vacarro quote but no way he falls to the second, lane will not fall to 30 either. All in all this is a huge reach.
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"BOTTOM LINE Vaccaro is a confident, athletic All-Big 12 performer with potential as a combo safety (14 pass break-ups the past two seasons, often playing as a nickel back). He still needs to improve his instincts as a last line of defense. An athlete whose aggressive nature and man coverage skills will be coveted, Vaccaro figures to be one of the first safeties selected in April’s draft, most likely in the second or third round -- much higher than his uncle, A.J. Johnson, a sixth-round pick out of Texas State in 1989 who played cornerback in the NFL for seven seasons and was a member of the Super Bowl XXVI-winning Washington Redskins."

Congratulations on finding a source that you're so embarrassed to use that you didn't even bother mentioning it.

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