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Show/Hide Player Comments 1st (14th) NT Michael Brockers LSU rSo 6'6 1/4" 322 lbs. 5.36


 
 
Show/Hide Player Comments 2nd (33rd) WR Alshon Jeffery South Carolina Jr 6'2 7/8" 216 lbs. 4.56
 

Analysis: I think he'll end up being the best WR in this class. He was the WR that I wanted all along.

Alshon Jeffery one-handed TD catch vs The Citadel
Alshon Jeffery vs Nebraska 2012 (Capital One Bowl)
Alshon Jeffery 2010 Highlights

Show/Hide Player Comments 2nd (39th) CB Janoris Jenkins North Alabama Sr 5'9 3/4" 193 lbs. 4.46


 
 
Show/Hide Player Comments 2nd (50th) WLB Lavonte David Nebraska Sr 6'0 1/2" 233 lbs. 4.65
 

Analysis: Lavonte is just a straight up playmaker. I think the Bucs got a steal of a LB. I would have definitely taken him at this spot.


Show/Hide Player Comments 3rd (65th) HB Ronnie Hillman San Diego St. So 5'9 1/8" 200 lbs. 4.45
 

Analysis: Hillman is a dynamic threat at HB that can catch the football, make guys look silly in the open field and has excellent vision.


Show/Hide Player Comments 4th (96th) WR Chris Givens Wake Forest rJr 5'11 1/8" 198 lbs. 4.41





 
Show/Hide Player Comments 5th (150th) OT Rokevious Watkins South Carolina rSr 6'4 1/8" 338 lbs. 5.39


 
 
Show/Hide Player Comments 6th (171st) K Greg Zuerlein Missouri Western St. rSr 6'0" 189 lbs. 4.86
 

 
Show/Hide Player Comments 7th (209th) CB Terrence Frederick Texas A&M rSr 5'9 3/4" 187 lbs. 4.54
 

Analysis: Not Dennard? Yep. I'll opt not to take on another character issue. Frederick has all the makings of a great nickel back. He's extremely quick, he's physical, he tackles hard and well and he can blitz. In coverage, he's very aware and very capable of tracking the ball with his back to the QB. Don't be surprised if he's considered a steal a few years down the line.


Show/Hide Player Comments 7th (252nd) HB Chris Polk Washington Sr 5'10 1/2" 215 lbs. 4.57
 

Analysis: I could stick with Richardson but I figured I'd take a shot on Polk even with his injury.


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Ramzee
Posted on: Friday, May 04, 2012 @ 3:45 pm
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Very similar to what I'm thinking. Didn't understand the Chris Polk drop either. Ok so you won't be able to get a ton of years out of him but you can get some. Most 7th rounders don't make the team anyways, end up on the PS or worse. If Polk can contribute anything at all, he's already doing more than the majority of 7th rounders. If he really is a 2nd/3rd round talent, then you scored.

Hillman was a favorite of mine to begin with but now with SJ and a guy like Polk, the pick looks even better.

duckhunter
Posted on: Thursday, May 17, 2012 @ 7:57 pm
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I like the David, Hillman and Polk swaps.

If Jeffery does what he is capable of doing, he would prove a number of folks wrong and I don't mind rooting for the underdog.

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