Hype draft prospects thread

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  1. Henry Burris

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    I would sell ALL of your souls to Pennywise to get this guy. It's unlikely he'd fall to us, but crazier things have happened.
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    Unless we have close to the worst record this year no chance of getting him. We did pretty good last time we took a gamecock.
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    With a name like Clowney.... some fans might be too scared to come out of their houses
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    I'd throw in the name of Stephon Tuitt
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    More in our Price Range (draft position):



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  6. Henry Burris

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    6'6 261" and he's that ****** fast? Get a little more weight on him, and he's Peppers-size.
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    I'm not sold on Tuitt leaving this year. It's supposed to be a decent year for drafting pass rushers, I thought.
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    Yeah, he lines up as a OLB for Stanford, but a little more weight, and he could very easily transition to a 4-3 DE. Worst comes to worse, draft him in the 1st, and if we switch to a 3-4, he could play OLB with that blazing speed. Will be interesting to see how he does in the combine though, might raise his stock to the point where we will miss out on him though.

    I would take Easely in the 2nd round, a solid run stuffing DT, plus he played with Bostic, so there is going to be some natural chemistry there.
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    Scott Crichton would be nice to get, but I don't think he is going to fall to us.
    In case we draft an 3-4 OLB to play as 4-3 DE they better make sure that he can actually play that postion in NFL so we don't end up with another Shea.. afaik he played OLB aswell but if I understand it corret SCott Crichton has the physical tools unlike Shea?
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    Khalil Mack, DE/OLB, Buffalo

    Kyle Van Noy, DE/OLB, BYU

    Scot Crichton, DE/OLB, Oregon State

    Vic Beasley, DE/OLB, Clemson

    Anthony Johnson, DT, LSU

    Ra'shede Hageman, DT, Minnesota

    Jason Verrett, CB, TCU


    Ifo Ekpre-Olomu, CB, Oregon

    Bradlye Roby, CB, Ohio State

    Marcus Roberson, CB, Florida

    Here are some guys that could/should be in the back half of the 1st round, anyone have any info on these guys? I'm not a college guy so I really dont know anything about them, just hit up a mock draft to snoop around on some D players.


    How about some of these qb's for the 3rd round?

    Logan Thomas, QB, Virginia Tech

    Aaron Murray, QB, Georgia

    David Fales, QB, San Jose State **not that I want a qb names "fails"
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    Never ever ever take Logan Thomas, even with your 154th round pick. The price would be too steep.

    Aaron Murray would be a steal in the 3rd, and he won't last that long.

    Not a big fan of Clowney, and neither is his coach, who typically lets "his boys" do what they want.
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    That would be a bad thing if Lovie were still in charge, but Trestman doesn't follow that philosophy, and he'd have to change, to some degree.

    Either way, I'm really high on getting a QB early in the draft. I just don't know much about those who are out there.
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    Clowney has bust written all over him. His production has dropped off this year and there are known issues with his work ethic and coachability (sounds like over all "human being issues") Too early to start taking stabs at who might fall to us imo
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    Way too early, my friend. I hate bye weeks....
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    The rate at which we are having key players get hurt, the term "fall to us" might not be all that far down the draft board.
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    Agree with ya. Time to have that Bears defense back.
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    Pennywise would eat your candy-ass for lunch! He frekin' HATED Chad Pennington. Well-known fact. Pennywise wasn't a fan of oft-injured, noodle-armed, weenie boys.
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    Combine could change all of that drastically. Still...if that list holds up, Emery should get Trent Murphy
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    I still think it comes down to how we finish the season. There is typically a pretty big difference between 8-8 and 7-9.
    Plus the combine and Free agency.

    Just too much can change between now and the draft, so I'm going to watch and root for the Bears to win every game, I'll start really looking at it after the season. I enjoy the Senior Bowl and the combine.

    The actual draft is simply too drawn out, I would rather just find out the next day.

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