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    Pre Draft Visit List

    March 29

    Purdue defensive lineman Michael Neal (6-3, 294)
    Wake Forest guard Chris DeGeare (6-4, 325)
    Kansas safety Darrell Stuckey (6-0, 205)
    Penn State linebacker Navorro Bowman (6-2, 242)

    March 30

    Tennessee guard Jacques McClendon (6-3, 324)
    Indiana offensive tackle Rodger Safford (6-5, 315)

    March 31

    Maryland cornerback Nolan Carroll (6-0, 200)
    Alabama cornerback Kareem Jackson (5-11, 190)
    Boise State cornerback Kyle Wilson (5-10, 190)
    Alabama-Birmingham wide receiver Joe Webb (6-3, 223)
    Marshall linebacker Albert McClellan (6-1, 247)

    April 1

    Wake Forest cornerback Brandon Ghee (6-0, 192)
    South Carolina linebacker Eric Norwood (6-1, 245)

    April 6

    Iowa offensive tackle Bryan Bulaga (6-5, 315)

    April 7

    Oklahoma State wide receiver Dez Bryant (6-2, 225)
    Notre Dame wide receiver Brandon Tate (5-10, 200)
    Oregon running back LeGarrette Blount (6-0, 241)
    Utah linebacker Koa Misi (6-3, 251)
    William & Mary linebacker Adrian Tracy (6-3, 248)

    April 8

    Idaho guard Mike Iupati (6-5, 331)
    Florida center/guard Maurkice Pouncey (6-4, 301)
    South Carolina defensive end Clifton Geathers (6-7, 299)
    East Carolina nose tackle Linval Joseph (6-4, 328)
    South Florida wide receiver Calton Mitchell (6-3, 215)
    Arizona tight end Rob Gronkowski (6-6, 264)

    April 9

    Southern Methodist wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders (5-11, 186)
    Illinois wide receiver Arrelious Benn (6-1, 219)
    Texas safety Earl Thomas (5-10, 208)

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    Quote Originally Posted by coldrolled View Post
    Notre Dame wide receiver Brandon Tate (5-10, 200)
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    Im suprised no mini woodley on the list.

    but they still have some visits left.

    mini woodley is growing alot on me.

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    The more I watch Brandon Graham, I don't think he'd be getting LaMarr Woodley comparisons if he didn't play at Michigan as well...it's not a knock on him, they just have different styles...Brandon Graham is smaller and not as strong as LaMarr but Brandon is quicker...I love Brandon Graham and would be in no way against him at 18...He and LaMarr would be a beastly duo for the next decade...

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    Picking or trading at 18

    Players keep rising and falling more than recent years. Depending on who you listen to, Bulaga is now falling to our neck of the woods, Williams or Pouncey are destined for Denver and Holmgren is going to draft Clausen.

    Even if you try to group players into categories and determine who your true elite first round players are, it is hard to figure out who will actually be there at 18. This is always complicated further by AL Davis.

    I think Phil, NE and Cleveland will be making some moves upward given all their picks, and Washington and Jax lead the teams that will try to move down and acquire more picks.

    If the following were on the board, would you pick at 18 or trade down knowing you would likely get one of them:
    1. Graham
    2. Pouncey
    3. Thomas
    4. Iupati
    5. An LT whether it Bulaga or Davis
    6. Kyle Wilson

    Would you try and trade with someone and how far down would you be willing to go?

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    Quote Originally Posted by coach View Post
    Players keep rising and falling more than recent years. Depending on who you listen to, Bulaga is now falling to our neck of the woods, Williams or Pouncey are destined for Denver and Holmgren is going to draft Clausen.

    Even if you try to group players into categories and determine who your true elite first round players are, it is hard to figure out who will actually be there at 18. This is always complicated further by AL Davis.

    I think Phil, NE and Cleveland will be making some moves upward given all their picks, and Washington and Jax lead the teams that will try to move down and acquire more picks.

    If the following were on the board, would you pick at 18 or trade down knowing you would likely get one of them:
    1. Graham
    2. Pouncey
    3. Thomas
    4. Iupati
    5. An LT whether it Bulaga or Davis
    6. Kyle Wilson

    Would you try and trade with someone and how far down would you be willing to go?
    The browns won't take Clausen and he might not even be there...I could see Seattle taking him at 6..

    And if all those players were on the board, theres no way in f*ck that you trade down...you take Bulaga or Thomas...I'd be thrilled with either...I think you would have to go bulaga but I don't see anyway that he falls past San Fran twice....
    Last edited by Big T; 04-10-2010 at 06:15 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Big T View Post
    The more I watch Brandon Graham, I don't think he'd be getting LaMarr Woodley comparisons if he didn't play at Michigan as well...it's not a knock on him, they just have different styles...Brandon Graham is smaller and not as strong as LaMarr but Brandon is quicker...I love Brandon Graham and would be in no way against him at 18...He and LaMarr would be a beastly duo for the next decade...
    As a Michigan fan, I cannot agree more. They have three things in common.

    1. Both played at Michigan
    2. Both played DE after switching from LB
    3. Both were very effective

    Style of play was night and day.

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