JBridgez Posted April 30, 2015 Share Posted April 30, 2015 So I have held off until the day of the draft to decide who I think we should select. I'm not going to make any trades just because who knows which way we would go if Pioli wants to swap picks. So here goes nothing...Round 1 - Bud Dupree - DE/OLB, Kentucky (Personally - I want a trade up for Williams or Fowler, just saying)I've watched a lot film on the quietest player in this draft. The fact that this guy seems so clean off the field will definitely be a plus for our FO. Dupree looks like a top 10 pick based on natural talent and ability. 4.5 speed off the edge at almost 270 lbs is crazy. I think DQ is the perfect coach to get the potential out of Dupree. From what I've read...analysts believe who ever is coaching Dupree will be the difference between him being solid or a pro bowlerRound 2 - Shane Ray/ Randy GregoryI would be willing to bet that one of these potheads will be on the board when we pick in rd 2. It's really hard to choose one because it'll probably come down to who's chosen during picks 27-32. Regardless if I were to guess it would be Randy Gregory that we steal in the second just because he sort of made it seem as if he was a habitual marijuana smoker in college. Ray stayed clean for the combine so it shows he wasn't smoking back then at least. But Ray could easily be the pick here since he has his own problems as well. Either way, we get a steal.Round 3 - Anthony Harris -Safety, VirginiaWe need a starting free safety, and of course this is not a strong draft for the position. However, there will be solid starters in the third round. Harris is a ball-hawk and big play guy so that would be useful to our defense. This guy is fast, athletic, and fills a need.Round 4 - Mitch Morse - Guard, MissouriWe need a starting LG and here he is. This man is a riser in this draft and could go in the third round. Smart, strong, and quick for his size. Day 1 starter because he fits our system well.Round 5 - Mike Davis - RB, South CarolinaWe can get a quality running back late. I feel like we may be drafting one earlier than this but I like Davis. He's short but he's strong and a physical runner. He has surprising quickness as well. Good short yardage/goal line back to add to the stableRound 6 - Jake Ryan ILB/OLB, MichiganSolid player, injury concerns drops him to the sixth round. Will come in and provide competition. I would rather see Worrilow start again next year instead of a rookieRound 7 - Deshazor Everett CB, Texas A&MCB depth and competitionRound 7 - Austin Hill WR, ArizonaWR depth and competition Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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