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this is a discussion within the Saints Community Forum; This is whats left on my short list DT Ryan McBean - 6043, 286, 4.96 Oklahoma State DT/DE Paul Soliai - 6040, 344, 5.02, Utah Jeremy Clark - 6024, 309, 4.98, Alabama Joe Anoai - 6026, 303, 4.99, Georgia Tech: ...

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Old 04-29-2007, 02:32 AM   #1
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Some of Whats Left for Day 2

This is whats left on my short list

DT
Ryan McBean - 6043, 286, 4.96 Oklahoma State DT/DE
Paul Soliai - 6040, 344, 5.02, Utah
Jeremy Clark - 6024, 309, 4.98, Alabama
Joe Anoai - 6026, 303, 4.99, Georgia Tech:
Mataifale “Matt” Toeaina, 6020, 307, , Oregon
Maceo Thomas - 6021, 292, 5.18, Elizabeth City
LaRon Harris - 6024, 347, (5.20), NW Oklahoma State's
Walter Thomas - 6-4, 363, 5.28, NW Mississippi CC
DE
Brian Robison - 6031, 259, 4.67, Texas
Ryan McBean - 6043, 286, 4.96 Oklahoma State
Jay Moore - 6046, 274, 5.00, Nabraska
CJ AhYou, 6036, 274, 4.70, Oklahoma
Robin Gamble - 6055, 270, 4.74, Miles
Antwan Applewhite - 6027, 250, 4.73, San Diego State (DE/OLB)
Jay Richardson - 6055, 279, 5.06, Ohio State
Abraham Wright - 6020, 242, 4.87, Colorado
Melila “Mel” Purcell - 6045, 276, 5.19, Hawaii
Jason Jack - 6041, 264, 4.90, Texas A&M
Darius Sanders - 6042, 273, 4.78, Oregon
MLB
Brandon Siler - 6016, 241, 4.63, Florida
Desmond Bishop - 6017, 233, 4.81, California
Zak DeOssie - 6045, 250, 4.56, Brown
Jon Abbate - 5096, 231, 4.88, Wake Forest
Chad Nkang - 5115, 216, 4.41, Elon
Johnny Baldwin, 6014, 232, 4.59, Alabama A&M
Blair Phillips - 6011, 243, 4.77, Oregon
Quinton Culberson - 6005, 236, 4.65, Mississippi St
Matt Muncy - 6006, 242, 4.58, Ohio U
Kelvin Smith - 6020, 234, 4.70, Syracuse
Keyonvis Bouie - 6'0, 225, 4.65, FIU
Tony Taylor - 6 ft. 0.5 in., 240, 4.88, Georgia
Taurean Charles - 6010, 245, Taurean Charles
Mike Klobucher - 6020, 239, 4.84, Ferris St.
OLB
Tim Shaw, 6-2, 236, 4.51, Penn State
Rufus Alexander - 6007, 228, 4.69, Oklahoma
Earl Everett - 6025, 238. 4.73, Florida
Antwan Barnes 6005, 240, 4.45, Florida International
Rory Johnson - 6001, 232, 4.54, Mississippi
Juwan Simpson OLB Alabama 6-3 225 4.55
Stephen Nicholas - 6012, 232, 4.64, South Florida
Dallas Sartz - 6048, 237, 4.57, Southern Cal
Tony Taylor - 6005, 240, 4.88, Georgia
Cameron Siskowic - 6016, 228, 4.63, Illinios St.
Will Herring - 6030, 225, 4.70, Auburn
Jarvis Jackson - 6020, 225, 4.60, Georgia
Quinton Culberson OLB Mississippi State 6-1 236 4.77
Antwan Applewhite - 6029, 250, 4.73, San Diego St.
Adam Hayward - 6004, 235, 4.48, Portland State
Kyle Shotwell - 6004, 235, 4.56, Cal Poly
CB
Tanard Jackson - 6000, 200, 4.52, Syracuse (CB/FS)
Tarell Brown - 5105, 190, 4.45, Texas
Fred Bennett - 6007, 196, 4.46, South Carolina
A.J. Davis - 5100, 193, 4.56, North Carolina State
Kenny Scott - 6007, 179, 4.39, Georgia Tech
C.J. Gaddis - 5114, 203, 4.45, Clemson (FS/CB)
Michael Coe - 6007,190 ,4.49, Alabama State (CB/FS)
Courtney Brown - 6014, 200, 4.34, The Cal-Poly
Travis Bain - 6002, 182, 4.43, Hampton
Anthony Arline - 6016, 199, 4.43, Baylor
Reggie Lewis - 5100, 204, 4.49, Florida
Willie Byrd - 6029, 197, 4.39, Miles
DeAndre Jackson - 5113, 193, 4.49, Iowa State CB/S
Montavis Pitts - 6012, 193, 4.35, Jacksonville State
Zack Bowman - 6-foot-2, 195, DNR (4.36), Nebraska
Keldrick Holman - 5113, 205, 4.60, Stephen F. Austin
Fletcher Terrell - 5111, 182, 4.51, Washburn
SS
Michael Johnson - 6026,207, 4.53 Arizona
Eric Frampton - 5110, 205, 4.53, Washington State
Kevin Payne - 6013, 220, 4.53, Louisiana-Monroe
Daren Stone - 6032, 218, 4.48, Maine
Tyler Knight - 6000, 212, 4.54, Mississippi Valley State
FS
Lofton, David 6-4 212
John Wendling, S, Wyoming Sr, 6-1, 222
Marvin White, S, TCU Sr, 6-2, 190
Willis Barringer 5-11 208 4.50 Michigan
Dashon Goldson
Willie Gaston - 5 ft. 11.0 in., 185 lbs., 4.65 Houston
Larry Anam - 5114, 190, 4.37, Boston College

OC
Doug Datish - 6041, 302, 5.13, Ohio St. (OG/OC)
Leroy Harris - 6024, 302, 5.35, N. Carolina St. (OG/OC)
Scott Stephenson - 6032, 297, 5.20, Iowa St (OG/OC)
Dan Mozes 6025, 293, 5.35, West Virgina
Kyle Young, 6047, 354, 5.58, Fresno State (OG/OC)
Chris White - 6- 3, 320, 5.25, S. Carolina
OG
Manny Ramirez - 6-3, 339, DNR, Texas Tech
Mansfield Wrotto - 6030, 317, 5.37, Georgia Tech (OT/OG)
Mike Jones - 6050, 309, 5.43, Iowa
Tim Duckworth, 6’ 3” 305, 5.38, Auburn
Cameron Stephenson - 6032, 306, 5.42, Rutgers
Kurt Quarterman, 6’ 5” 340 Louisville (OT/OG)
Allen Barbre, 6’ 4” 300, 4.84, Missouri Southern’s (OT/OG)
Brandon Frye - 6041, 301, 5.08, Virginia Tech.
Steve Vallos, 6’ 3” 300, Wake Forest (OT/OG)
George Batiste - 6-5, 312, 5.18, Southern Miss (OT/OG)
Peter Dyakowski 6039, 306, 5.15, LSU
Brian Daniels, 6040, 305, 5.07, Colorado
OT
Doug Free - 6062, 324, 5.19, Northern Illinois
Allen Barbre - 6040, 300, 4.84, Missouri Southern’s (OT/OG)
Chris Denman - 6065, 315, 5.54, Fresno State
Chase Johnson - 6082, 330, 5.49, Wyoming
Corey Hillard - 6053, 308, 5.42, Oklahoma St.
Gabe Hall - 6037, 313, 4.91, Texas Tech (OT/OG)
Marcus Lindsay 606.7, 390, 5.45, Louisiana Tech (OG/OT)
Ed McCarthy - 6-5, 302, 5.10, Yale
Jeff Perrett - 6064, 320, 5.49, Tulsa
Jermon Bushrod - 6045, 315, 4.92, Towson
TE
Ben Patrick - 6031, 270, 4.74 Delaware
Scott Chandler - 6-7 270 4.78 Iowa
Kevin Boss - 6064, 252, 4.71, Western Oregon
Joe Newton - 6072, 257, 4.76, Oregan St.
Micheal Allen - 6068, 254, 4.71, Whitworth
TE Clark Harris: 6 ft. 5.3 in. 257 lbs. 4.80 Rutgers
Rodney Hannah - 6062, 4.85, 4.65, University of Houston
Brad Ekwerekwu - 6036, 209 4.48 Missouri (TE/WR)
QB
Troy Smith - 6000, 225, 4.77, Ohio State
Jeff Rowe - 6049, 226 4.91, Nevada
Jared Zabransky - 6019, 219, 4.56, Boise State
Tyler Palko - 6014, 215, 4.83, Pittsburgh
Isaiah Stanback - 6024, 216, 4.50, Washington
Zac Taylor - 6025, 216, 5.15, Nebraska
Matt Moore - 6034, 193, 4.92, Oregon St
Jeff Ballard - 6012, 212, 4.92, TCU
Cullen Finnerty - 6025, 224, 4.77, Grand Valley State (Mich.)

RB
Michael Bush, RB, 6013, 243, DNR 4.54 (Unofficial), Louisville
Antonio Pittman - 5108, 207, 4.40, Ohio State
Kolby Smith - 5114, 220, 4.51, Louisville
Darius Walker - 5100, 206, 4.55, Notre Dame
Jon Cornish - 5115, 206, 4.62, Kansas
Jackie Battle - 6021, 235, 4.42 Houston
Ramonce Taylor (5-11, 195 lbs.) Texas College RB/WR
D.D. Terry - 6006, 196, 4.40, Sam Houston State
Justise Hairston - 6000, 222, 4.59, Central Connecticut St.
Eldra Buckley - 5095, 202, 4.48, Chattanooga

WR
Aundrae Allison - 6001, 192, 4.39, Eastern Carolina
David Clowney - 6003, 188, 4.36, Virginia Tech
Dallas Baker - 6031, 208 4.53 Florida
Brandon Myles - 6000, 189, 4.41, West Virginia
Courtney Taylor - 6016, 204, 4.50 Auburn
David Ball - 6007, 196, 4.70, New Hampshire
Vincent Marshall - 5075, 165, 4.37, Houston
Jordan Kent - 6041, 221, 4.49, Oregon
James Jones - 6006, 207, 4.59, San Jose State
Ryne Robinson - 5091, 179, 4.47, Miami (OHIO)
Syndric Steptoe - 5085, 194, 4.59, Arizona
Aaron Fairooz - 6056, 209, 4.49, Central Arkansas
Roy Hall - 6030, 230, 4.38, Ohio State
Vincent Marshall - 5073, 165, 4.33, Houston
Chris McFoy - 6010, 200, 4.59, USC

So do not worry there are some really good players left besides the ones that slipped. They may not be starters but the depth they will add will greatly help the club. besides Shawn has some that I do not have. Thats for sure. Then add the ones others here may want and there are plenty. Having 4 picks from 123 to 163 is sweet. Okay it is not too short but with the saints I need to cover my bases.

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Old 04-29-2007, 06:19 AM   #2
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i don't see brannon condren on that list.......
lets get with the program hagan................
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Old 04-29-2007, 08:45 AM   #3
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Leave up to you lol my favorite proof reader
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Old 04-29-2007, 09:02 AM   #4
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Brannon Condren - 6007, 208, 4.45, Troy (FS/SS)
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Old 04-29-2007, 09:27 AM   #5
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Cool My wish list for today is

Jeff Rowe, qb, Nevada
Paul Soliali, dt, Utah
Rodney Hannah, te, Houston
Zach Deossie, lb, Brown
Dallas Sartz, lb, Southern Cal

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Old 04-29-2007, 09:56 AM   #6
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That's a short list? LOL
Must be mean I have a short d$#K.

Seriously though, members like me who use this site for the majority of their Saints' news appreciate how thorough you are.

I like Siler, obviously, and Tanard Jackson (but our defensive backfield is suddenly a little crowded) Would love to get W. Thomas or Louis Leonard (Fresno) at DT.

I am a big Sartz fan- goes to ball, smart, good leader. Would be an excellent special teams captain (with apologies to the undersized Gleason).

Troy Smith? I would get a LB first, but could see him with our second pick today. How versatile will he be? Can he contribute as a KR, or 5th wideout?
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Old 04-29-2007, 10:05 AM   #7
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travarous bain and everett would be nice !
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Old 04-29-2007, 10:42 AM   #8
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meant to put this in my other post--

What about Josh Beekman? He's my pick for 4th round (123)
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Old 04-29-2007, 10:57 AM   #9
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Josh Beekman - 6019, 309, 5.36, Boston College
He is still there. missed him. a bit small but nasty. good back up for years to come at the least. Your typical BC lineman.
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Old 04-29-2007, 11:53 AM   #10
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Sorry I wasn't clear, but....

I meant those are my picks based on the positions in the draft we have remaining. I don't think Troy Smith will be around for our fourth pick and besides, he's too much like Brees. I'm looking for a change of pace to develop behind Brees. If the Saints have one weakness, it's whose behind Brees.
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