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this is a discussion within the Saints Community Forum; Originally Posted by papz I'll make this list of players btw the 5th - 7th rounds: Quarterbacks: 6th rounder - Derek Anderson has a big time arm and great size. He comes from a good program and just needs to ...

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Old 06-14-2005, 07:45 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by papz
I'll make this list of players btw the 5th - 7th rounds:

Quarterbacks:

6th rounder - Derek Anderson has a big time arm and great size. He comes from a good program and just needs to work on not zoning in on one player when reading his patterns. I think he's a big sleeper if Boller doesn't live up to his potential.

7th rounder - Ryan Fitzpatrick is the qb from Harvard who's smart as hell. He'll pick up that St.Louis offense in no time. Kurt Warner made it, Marc Bulger made it... so I don't see why Ryan couldn't.

Running backs:

7th rounder - Anthony Davis was very productive in college. I think people are down on him because of his size. He reminds me a lot of James' backup Dominic Rhodes. And if Rhodes can run for 1000 yards when James was injured, I don't see why Davis couldn't in that spread offense either.

Wide Receivers:

5th rounder - Rasheed Marshall who has drawn comparisons to Randle El, another former college do it all quarterback. He certainly has the athletic ability to make a successful transition.

5th rounder - Airese Currie is considered a burner. Small in stature but physical attributes very similiar to Devery Henderson. Extremely fast with questionable hands.

6th rounder - Chad Owens was Timmy Chang's favorite receiver at Hawaii. Big time playmaker for a big time passing offense. I think his 40 time wasn't too impressive but speed isn't everything. Michael Clayton and Boldin run in the 4.6s.

Tightend:

6th rounder - Bo Scaife has very good hands but has a history of knee problems throughout his career at Texas. Still a big guy with soft hands who will probably provide solid depth for the Titans for the next couple of years.

Offensive lineman:

5th-7th rounders always have a chance to become solid NFL players. That take a little time to develop but look at every NFL line out there and you'll see there was a diamond in the rough on their line. Classic examples are the Patriots and Chargers line for the past couple of years.

Ahhhh... if I do an defensive side of the ball too, it's gonna be to stinking long! I'm tired of typing! I'll do defense some other time... researching stinks!
aahhhhh, papz, i said one.................pick one..........out of all the above, chad owens could be him.................smitty
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Old 06-14-2005, 07:48 PM   #12
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So un-appreciative smitty!!!! I'm just joking 8) ... on defense I'll pick Mosley from Mizzou then. I think he can become a stud DT down the line.
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I would say Owens too... But I think Sproles (SD) will be a very good backup/ KR/PR man for the chargers.
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Old 06-15-2005, 04:01 PM   #14
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2 TO 3 YEARS FROM NOW........


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Old 06-15-2005, 05:44 PM   #15
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I got one.
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