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TOP DT PROSPECTS

Postby HEROHAMO » Sun Apr 08, 2007 2:01 am


Pos. Rank Overall Rise/Fall Player Pos School Ht. Wt. 40 Proj Rd
1 10 Amobi Okoye DT Louisville 6-2 302 5.07 1
2 13 *Alan Branch DT Michigan 6-6 324 5.07 1
3 26 Justin Harrell DT Tennessee 6-5 300 5.04 1
4 54 Tank Tyler DT North Carolina State 6-2 306 5.18 2
5 64 Turk McBride DT Tennessee 6-3 277 4.81 2-3
6 82 Brandon Mebane DT California 6-1 309 5.15 3
7 88 Marcus Thomas DT Florida 6-3 314 4.96 3
8 100 Antonio Johnson DT Mississippi State 6-3 310 5.15 3-4
9 115 Paul Soliai DT Utah 6-4 344 5.10 3-4
10 119 Quinn Pitcock DT Ohio State 6-3 299 4.93 3-4
11 138 Jay Alford DT Penn State 6-4 304 5.17 4
12 151 Kareem Brown DT Miami 6-4 290 5.32 4-5
13 174 Derek Landri DT Notre Dame 6-3 288 4.96 5
14 194 David Patterson DT Ohio State 6-2 285 5.10 5-6
15 203 Keith Jackson DT Arkansas 6-0 305 5.05 6
16 227 Matt Toeaina DT Oregon 6-2 307 5.10 6-7
17 231 Joe Anoai DT Georgia Tech 6-3 303 4.92 6-7
18 236 Joe Cohen DT Florida 6-3 313 5.10 6-7
19 260 Jeremy Clark DT Alabama 6-3 309 5.02 7
20 266 Quintin Echols DT Kansas State 6-1 328 5.40 7
21 297 Clifton Ryan DT Michigan State 6-2 305 5.12 7-FA
22 307 Ola Dagunduro DT Nebraska 6-2 313 5.12 7-FA
23 316 Mike DeVito DT Maine 6-4 295 4.92 7-FA
24 335 Conrad Bolston DT Maryland 6-3 305 5.24
25 345 Ray Gant DT Georgia 6-2 289 4.90
26 386 Larry Brown DT Oklahoma State 6-3 297 5.20
27 404 Louis Leonard DT Fresno State 6-5 322 5.28
28 422 Kelly Talavou DT Utah 6-2 329 5.29
29 452 Jamar Smith DT Missouri 6-1 285 5.02
30 468 Johnathan Bailes DT San Diego State 6-1 306 5.16
31 472 Daniel Muir DT Kent State 6-2 303 4.90

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Postby HEROHAMO » Sun Apr 08, 2007 2:44 am

I personally think that DT should be just a space eater.

Massive in weight, extremely strong and stout at the point of attack and possess some quickness.

This position is simple just fill the gap, penetrate the backfield if possible. Just dont get pushed back. So I believe there are a number of candidates in which we can aquire who will do.

I honestly would love to get Kris Jenkins if possible but not at the exspense of a first round pick.

I certainly do not think any of this years prospects are worthy of a no. 6 pick.

In the situation we trade down and aquire second, third or fourth round picks here is who I think would be available.


1. Quinn Pitcock DT Ohio State

Is a Massive, Strong player and demands a double team every down.
should be available in late 3-4 rounds.

I honestly think we could find good talent late in the rounds when it comes to DT.

2. Marcus Thomas DT Florida 6-3 314 4.96

Now Marcus Thomas was probably the best DT in the nation before his troubles off the field. He definatly has the talent.
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