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I think Coleman would have better grades if he fumbled less and got more snaps. Free is pretty much the star of our backfield and I still feel confident in Coleman if he can work on ball security.

No clue on Jalen yet... Hope he develops.

Beasley was a good pick and the right pick. Will get better in Quinn's system as it improves.

Jarret was the gem of the draft.

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Collins failed some drug tests before the draft and only started 10 games at LSU. Last time we drafted a project was Lamar Holmes in the 3rd round of 2012 and we all know how that ended. Not calling the Collins pick a failure but I'm getting sick of seemingly drafting for a type of player (Collins is the ideal size and speed of a Quinn CB) and not selecting the best football player.

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Coleman looks real good, just has to hang on to the ball. If he can I think he is a stud back. Beasley did a solid job rushing the passer, especially as a rook. Jarrett is exactly who I expected and will be a beast. Collins.. Holding out hope but man did he have a rough rookie season. Year 2 tells you a lot about your CB so I will be watching next year

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the thing with Coleman is that his fumbles happens after a spectacular run. like how do you fumble on runs of 26, 18 and 40 yards??

No doubt the talent is there and I even forgave the first two fumbles as they were forced out by good plays (third one was absurd). I really think he will be special and hopes he can put the bad ham, fumbles, porno and shower stuff in the rear view.

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Collins failed some drug tests before the draft and only started 10 games at LSU. Last time we drafted a project was Lamar Holmes in the 3rd round of 2012 and we all know how that ended. Not calling the Collins pick a failure but I'm getting sick of seemingly drafting for a type of player (Collins is the ideal size and speed of a Quinn CB) and not selecting the best football player.

collins was a terrible pick lets just get it out of the way

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Coleman looks real good, just has to hang on to the ball. If he can I think he is a stud back. Beasley did a solid job rushing the passer, especially as a rook. Jarrett is exactly who I expected and will be a beast. Collins.. Holding out hope but man did he have a rough rookie season. Year 2 tells you a lot about your CB so I will be watching next year

I remember reading that T Coleman had problems with ball security in college. He has the tendency to run with the ball in his left arm.

He needs to train hard this off season. He needs to create muscle memory with the ball high and tight. He could be a nice find. Time will tell.

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Not worried about Coleman a bit. We all see his skills and run ability. If he can take care of the football we have a nice player there.

So outside of Collins, our other draftees really look encouraging. And since Collins is a project, we'll know more in 2 years. But where we picked him he needs to improve drastically over last year.

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Collins failed some drug tests before the draft and only started 10 games at LSU. Last time we drafted a project was Lamar Holmes in the 3rd round of 2012 and we all know how that ended. Not calling the Collins pick a failure but I'm getting sick of seemingly drafting for a type of player (Collins is the ideal size and speed of a Quinn CB) and not selecting the best football player.

Southward was a project too, a player with only 4 years experience of playing football but Dimitroff was blinded by his ideal size.

Also I know it's tooting my own horn, but I was one of the guys screaming not to draft Dupree, and that he was a 3rd round talent.

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Jarrett may be the middle round draft gem of the 2015 draft class just as Freeman was the middle round draft gem of the 2014 class.

I think Hardy is going to be an exceptionally valuable player for Ryan next year as far as a go to outlet guy on 3rd downs. Hardy excelled in converting 3rd downs in college; the kid is money when a play needs to be made.

Nice to be digging up these middle round gems that last couple of years. Whatever they are doing in the front office, I hope they keep it up. Another draft like we had last year and we'll have 3 or 4 more scheme specific players to join the free agents we sign helping us win next year

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