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this is a discussion within the Saints Community Forum; 2004 must haves in the college draft. 1. Reshaun Woods WR(oklahoma St.) 2. Sean Taylor S(Miami) 3. Deangelo Hall CB(Virginia Tech.) 4. Antwon Odom DE(Alabama) 5. Vince Wilfork T(Miami) 6. Teddy Lehman OLB(Oklahoma) 7. Rod Davis ILB(Southern Miss.) 8. Shawn ...

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Old 01-10-2004, 08:45 PM   #1
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2004 must haves in the college draft.
1. Reshaun Woods WR(oklahoma St.)
2. Sean Taylor S(Miami)
3. Deangelo Hall CB(Virginia Tech.)
4. Antwon Odom DE(Alabama)
5. Vince Wilfork T(Miami)
6. Teddy Lehman OLB(Oklahoma)
7. Rod Davis ILB(Southern Miss.)
8. Shawn Andrews OT(Arkansas)
This may say im practice squad, but ive been a loyal fan no matter what since i was 7 years old. This is the best ive ever seen the saints since the hilliard and hayward days. All **** aside, Go SAINTS!!!!

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Old 01-11-2004, 07:36 AM   #2
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1 DJ WILLIAMS OLB
2 Will Poole CB
2 (from St Louis) Chad Lavalais DT, LSU
3 Max Starks OT
4 No pick traded for T Jones
5 Brandon Miree RB
6 Jeremy LeSueur CB
7 Marko Glavic QB
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Old 01-11-2004, 06:28 PM   #3
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18(18).+New Orleans Saints

*DeAngelo Hall Cornerback Virginia Tech

The Saints are ecstatic if this scenario plays out because they have their pick of the litter at cornerback. Hall and Ohio State corner Chris Gamble look to be at the top of the wish list here so either player seems to be a fit.

Other possibilities: *Chris Gamble CB Ohio State, *Marlin Jackson CB Michigan.

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Old 01-11-2004, 06:52 PM   #4
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centers
1. Nick Leckey Sr. Kansas State 6-4 305
2. A.J. Ricker Sr. Missouri 6-3 300
3. Alex Stepanovich Sr. Ohio State 6-3 300
4. Dave Pearson Sr. Michigan 6-3 295
corner backs
1. DeAngelo Hall Jr. Virginia Tech 5-11 200
2. Marlin Jackson Jr. Michigan 6-1 185
3. Derrick Strait Sr. Oklahoma 5-11 195
4. Chris Gamble Jr. Ohio State 6-2 185
defensive ends
1. Will Smith Sr. Ohio State 6-3 265
2. Kenechi Udeze Jr. USC 6-3 275
3. David Pollack Jr. Georgia 6-2 270
4. Antwan Odom Jr. Alabama 6-4 280
defensive tackles
1. Randy Starks Jr. Maryland 6-4 305
2. Tommie Harris Jr. Oklahoma 6-3 290
3. Darnell Dockett Sr. Florida State 6-4 285
4. Vince Wilfork Jr. Miami (Fla.) 6-2 345
full backs
1. Mike Karney Sr. Arizona State 5-11 260
2. Alex Wade Sr. Duke 6-1 255
3. Thomas Tapeh Sr. Minnesota 6-1 230
4. Lousaka Polite Sr. Pittsburgh 6-0 250
inside linebackers
1. Rod Davis Sr. Southern Miss 6-2 245
2. Dontarrious Thomas Sr. Auburn 6-2 235
3. Jonathan Vilma Sr. Miami (Fla.) 6-1 225
4. Courtney Watson Sr. Notre Dame 6-1 245
outside linebackers
1. DJ Williams Sr. Miami (Fla.) 6-2 240
2. Karlos Dansby Sr. Auburn 6-3 235
3. Kendyll Pope Sr. Florida State 6-1 225
4. Michael Boulware Sr. Florida State 6-2 225
safties
1. Jamaal Brimmer Jr. UNLV 6-1 210
2. Brandon Everage Sr. Oklahoma 6-0 190
3. Sean Taylor Jr. Miami (Fla.) 6-3 220
4. Stuart Schweigert Sr. Purdue 6-2 210
wide recievers
1. Reggie Williams Jr. Washington 6-4 215
2. Roy Williams Sr. Texas 6-4 210
3. Braylon Edwards Jr. Michigan 6-3 205
4. Rashaun Woods Sr. Oklahoma State 6-2 190


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DJ williams is far better than any CB in the draft. One of the top 3 CB\'s will fall to us in the 2nd round
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Old 01-12-2004, 10:28 AM   #6
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Which of these are we going to keep?
50 Allen, James LB 6-2 240 24 2 Oregon State
59 Rodgers, Derrick LB 6-0 230 32 7 Arizona State
52 Hodge, Sedrick LB 6-2 244 25 3 North Carolina
53 Knight, Roger LB 6-0 245 25 2 Wisconsin
54 Smith, Darrin LB 6-1 236 33 11 Miami (Fla.)
56 Ruff, Orlando LB 6-3 250 27 5 Furman
58 Grant, Cie LB 6-0 228 24 R Ohio State
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Which of these are we going to keep?
50 Allen, James LB 6-2 240 24 2 Oregon State
59 Rodgers, Derrick LB 6-0 230 32 7 Arizona State
52 Hodge, Sedrick LB 6-2 244 25 3 North Carolina
53 Knight, Roger LB 6-0 245 25 2 Wisconsin
54 Smith, Darrin LB 6-1 236 33 11 Miami (Fla.)
56 Ruff, Orlando LB 6-3 250 27 5 Furman
58 Grant, Cie LB 6-0 228 24 R Ohio State
Assuming we keep seven again, this is how I see It
KEEPERS---
Hodge, Still has upside, detoured with injuries. 2004 make/break year.
Rodgers, Solid player, dependable back-up. Must keep
Grant, Huge upside. Wasn\'t supposed to contribute till 2004 anyway.
Allen, has potential, but clock is running out.
Ruff, good back-up. Average NFL talent, may get beat out in 2004
NEW GUYS---
1 new Veteran free-agent
1 new stud drafted

CAMP GUYS---
a couple undrafted guys, and some mid-level free-agents trying to take Ruff and Allen\'s spot.
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Old 01-12-2004, 12:30 PM   #8
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Here\'s the way I see the situation with the defense.............

1. Darren Howard.
2. Charles Grant.
3.Jay Bellamy.
4. Fred Thomas.

Beyond those guys, if I were the coach, nobody elses job would be safe. I feel that all the other players we have on defense have not proven that they are starters in this league. And, yes, that includes Johnathan Sullivan and Tebucky Jones. I understand that there are several players on the defense that have loads of potential, but if I\'m Haslett, they would have to earn their starting roles. I will not be fooled into thinking that any of those players are going to be \"coached up.\"

I think we really need to go after a veteran MLB that is in his prime and a proven difference maker. I don\'t trust the coaching staff with a rookie. I don\'t see rookie players having that big of an impact on our defense. And Lord knows, I\'m tired of waiting on players to develop.
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Old 01-12-2004, 11:36 PM   #9
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34 Tebucky Jones

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Height: 6-2
Weight: 218
Born: 10/06/1974
College: Syracuse
NFL Experience: 6

2003 g/15 total/69 tckl/51.0 Ast/18 sacks/0 int/1 yds/2 avg/2.0 lg/2 td/0 pass def/4
comparable to sammy knights 2003 season, not a terrible start. Knight had 2 more interceptions,1g,+27total,tckl+13,Ast+14,pass def-1.
This year oughtta be a break out season, give the guy a chance.

97 Johnathan Sullivan

DT
Height: 6-3
Weight: 313
Born: 01/21/1981
College: Georgia
NFL Experience: 1

2003 g/14 total/33 tckl/25 Ast/8 sacks/1 pass def/1
comparable to Hand, not bad g-8,total-23,tckl-21,ast-2,sacks=,pass def=.
Not bad for a rookie season. If you think this is terrible, look at every body elses first years. Sullivans a baaaadd maaannn. 2004 Go Saints!!!
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