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1st round- Chris Williams, OT, Vanderbilt Good pick. He actually has potential to be a franchise LT.
2nd round- Andre Woodson, QB, Kentucky Yuck. I know I was once on the bandwagon, but he is just a horrible fit for us. He needs to go to some team with a good QB situation and just sit for 3 years. That place is not here.
3rd round- Trevor Laws, DT, Notre Dame Not loving it, not hating it. I have a feeling we might keep Walker around if we can restructure his contract. And if we do, that's 4 DT's, 4 DE's and Brown. And as it has been discussed, Brown most likely isn't going anywhere so that'd be 5 DE's (Idonije can coun't as DT). No way we carry more then 9 DLinemen.
3rd round- Tashard Choice, RB, Georgia Tech I like him as well, and this is a good spot for him. However, we did spend a 3rd rounder on a RB last year and I could really see us signing some cheap FA like Brown or maybe someone a little more expensive like Fargas.
4th round- Andre Caldwell, WR, Florida Very, and I mean very, wishful thinking that he'd be here.
That'd be an okay draft, depending on what we do in free agency, IMO. That draft is severely lacking safety as well.
That seems a bit too optomistic, but I would LOVE that draft.
This draft addresses quite a lot of needs but my only question here would be Safety which is in dire need of help. This has been our achilles heel for defense and as much as I love Angelo's late rnd selections I'd have to say we'd need to hit this position sooner than 5th. Other than that its not a bad draft at all.
I watched about 3 games from Woodson this year, and I was not impressed whatsoever. He does have a nice arm, but he just puts the ball in bad places and takes so dang long to get rid of the ball.
If I were an NFL team, I wouldn't take him until the 3rd round. I'd take Chad Henne over Woodson, both have strong arms, but Henne makes better decisions.
i havent liked henne...reminds me of a little less jumpy rex....not good
i liked woodson. i saw the lsu game, the louisville game and the bowl game and liked him in each. he seems calm, and accurate. i think with at east a year of sitting to work on a better release and learn an nfl system, he could be the best QB of the draft class