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    ** Prospects are in no particular order and are not ranked
    QB

    1. Matt Barkley USC 6'2" 230(pg.1)
    17. Tyler Wilson Arkansas 6'3" 220(pg.3)
    30. Brad Sorensen Southern Utah 6'4" 235(pg.5)
    43. Mike Glennon NCSU 6'6" 235(pg.7)
    57. Zac Dysert Miami(OH) 6'3" 228(pg.10)
    72. Ryan Nassib Syracuse 6'2" 223(pg.11)
    86. Landry Jones Oklahoma 6'4" 218(pg.13)
    99. Jordan Rogers Vanderbilt 6'1" 220(pg.15)
    114. E.J. Manuel Florida State 6'5" 237(pg.17)
    128. Sean Renfree Duke 6'3" 219(pg.18)
    142. Jeff Tuel Washington St. 6'3" 218(pg.20)
    Small School Sleepers
    156. Kyle Padron Eastern Washington 6'4" 220(pg.21)
    170. Peter Lalich California Univ. PA 6'5" 235(pg.23)
    RB
    2. Montee Ball Wisconsin 5'11" 215(pg.1)
    18. Knile Davis Arkansas 6'0" 226(pg.3)
    22. Mike Gillislee Florida 5'11" 212(pg.4)
    44. Giovani Bernard North Carolina 5'10" 205(pg.7)
    58. Eddie Lacy Alabama 5'10" 220(pg.10)
    73. D.J. Harper Boise St. 5'9" 205(pg.11)
    87. Le'Veon Bell Michigan St. 6'2" 244(pg.13)]
    100. Christine Michael TAMU 5'11" 220(pg.15)
    115. Johnathan Franklin UCLA 5'10" 205(PG.17)
    129. Stefan Taylor Stanford 5'9" 214(pg.18)
    143. Marcus Lattimore South Carolina 5'11" 221(pg.20)
    Small School Sleepers
    157. Miguel Maysonet Stony Brook 5'9" 209(pg.21)
    171. Eric Breitenstein Wofford 5'10" 229(pg.23)
    WR
    3. Keenan Allen California 6'3" 210(pg.1)
    16. Cordarrelle Patterson Tennessee 6'4" 205(pg.3)
    31. Terrance Williams Baylor 6'3" 205(pg.5)
    45. DeAndre Hopkins Clemson 6'1" 205(pg.8)
    59. Robert Woods USC 6'1" 190(pg.10)
    74. Markus Wheaton Oregon St. 6'0" 182(pg.12)
    88. Aaron Dobson Marshall 6'3" 200(pg.13)
    101. Quinton Patton Louisiana Tech 6'0" 202(pg.15)
    116. Ryan Swope TAMU 6'0" 205(pg.17)
    130. Stedman Bailey West Virginia 5'10" 193(pg.18)
    144. Tavon Austin West Virginia 5'8" 174(pg.20)
    Small School Sleepers
    158. Aaron Mellette Elon 6'3" 217(pg.21)
    172. Ryan Spadola Lehigh 6'3" 200(pg.23)
    TE
    4. Joseph Fauria UCLA 6'7" 255(pg.1)
    19. Tyler Eifert Notre Dame 6'6" 255(pg.4)
    32. Zach Ertz Stanford 6'6" 252(pg.5)
    46. Jake Stoneburner Ohio St. 6'5" 245(pg.8)
    61. Mychal Rivera Tennessee 6'3" 240(pg.10)
    62. Gavin Escobar SDSU 6'5" 255(pg.10)
    89. Vance McDonald Rice 6'4" 262(pg.13)
    102. Nick Kasa Colorado 6'6" 271(pg.15)
    117. Jordan Reed Florida 6'3" 236(pg.17)
    131. Dion Sims Michigan St. 6'5" 262(pg.18)
    145. Philip Lutzenkirchen Auburn 6'3" 258(pg.20)
    Small School Sleepers
    159. Jack Doyle Western Kentucky 6'5" 254(pg.21)
    173. TJ Knowles Sacramento State 6'7" 258(pg.23)
    OT
    5. Eric Fisher CMU 6'8" 305(pg.1)
    20. Luke Joeckel TAMU 6'6" 310(pg.4)
    33. Jake Matthews TAMU 6'5" 305(pg.6)
    47. Taylor Lewan Michigan 6'8" 309(pg.8)
    63. Dallas Thomas Tennessee 6'5" 310(pg.10)
    75. D.J. Fluker Alabama 6'6" 335(pg.12)
    76. Justin Pugh Syracuse 6'5" 298(pg.12)
    103. Lane Johnson Oklahoma 6'7" 303(pg.15)
    118. Kyle Long Oregon 6'6" 313(pg.17)
    132. David Bakhtiari Colorado 6'4" 299(pg.18)
    146. Menelik Watson Florida St. 6'5" 310(pg.20)
    Small School Sleepers
    160. Luke Marquardt Azusa Pacific 6'9" 315(pg.22)
    174. Ryan Schraeder Valdosta St. 6'7" 304(pg.23)
    OG
    6. Chance Warmack Alabama 6'3" 320(pg.1)
    21. Jonathan Cooper UNC 6'3" 295(pg.4)
    34. Jeff Baca UCLA 6'3" 298(pg.6)
    48. Braden Hanson BYU 6'6" 315(pg.8)
    64. Hugh Thornton Illinois 6'4" 310(pg.11)
    77. Earl Watford James Madison 6'4" 290(pg.12)
    90. Alvin Bailey Arkansas 6'5" 315(pg.13)
    104. Larry Warford Kentucky 6'3" 333(pg.15)
    119. Brian Winters Kent St. 6'4" 320(pg.17)
    133. Omoregie Uzzi Georgia Tech 6'3" 302(pg.19)
    147. John Sullen Auburn 6'5" 313(pg.20)
    Small School Sleepers
    161. Ryan Jensen Colorado St.-Pueblo 6'5" 305(pg.22)
    175. Lamar Mady Youngstown St. 6'2" 317(pg.23)
    C
    7. Barrett Jones Alabama 6'5" 305(pg.1)
    23. Dalton Freeman Clemson 6'5" 285(pg.5)
    35. James Ferentz Iowa 6'2" 284(pg. 6)
    49. Mario Benavides Louisville 6'4" 286(pg.8)
    65. Braxton Cave Notre Dame 6'3" 305(pg.11)
    78. Khaled Holmes Southern California 6'4" 305(pg.12)
    91. Brian Schwenke California 6'3" 307(pg.13)
    105. Travis Frederick Wisconsin 6'4" 338(pg.15)
    120. Graham Pocic Illinois 6'5" 310(pg.17)
    134. T.J. Johnson South Carolina 6'4" 310(pg.19)
    148. P.J. Lonergan Louisiana St. 6'3" 304(pg.20)
    Small School Sleepers
    162. Eric Krush Cal. Univ. of Pennsylvania 6'3" 302(pg.22)
    176. Andrew Robiskie Western Illinois 6'2" 300(pg.23)
    DE
    8. Bjoern Werner FSU 6'4" 273(pg.1)
    14. Dion Jordan Oregon 6'7" 243(pg.3)
    36. Damontre Moore TAMU 6'4" 250(pg.6)
    50. Sam Montgomery LSU 6'5" 260(pg.9)
    60. Ezekiel Ansah BYU 6'5" 270(pg.10)
    79. Datone Jones UCLA 6'5" 278(pg.12)
    92. Joe Kruger Utah 6'7" 280(pg.14)
    106. Alex Okafor Texas 6'5" 261(pg.15)
    111. Malliciah Goodman Clemson 6'4" 272(pg.16)
    121. Cornellius Carradine Florida St. 6'4" 276(pg.17)
    135. Margus Hunt SMU 6'8" 277(pg.19)
    149. Corey Lemonier Auburn 6'3" 255(pg.20)
    Small School Sleepers
    163. David Bass Missouri Western St. 6'5" 275(pg.22)
    177. Mike Catapano Princeton 6'4"275(pg.23)
    DT

    9. Star Lotulelei Utah 6'4" 320(pg.1)
    24. Kawann Short Purdue 6'3" 310(pg.5)
    37. Johnathan Hankins Ohio St. 6'3" 332(pg.6)
    51. Jonathan Jenkins Georgia 6'3" 351(pg.9)
    66. Jesse Williams Alabama 6'4" 320(pg.11)
    80. Sylvester Williams North Carolina 6'3" 305(pg.12)
    93. Akeem Spence Illinois 6'1" 305(pg.14)
    107. Jordan Hill Penn State 6'2" 294(pg.16)
    122. Shariff Floyd Florida 6'3" 305(pg.17)
    136. Sheldon Richardson Missouri 6'3" 294(pg.19)
    150. Bennie Logan Louisiana St. 6'2" 309(pg.21)
    Small School Sleepers
    164. Jared Smith New Hampshire 6'3" 302(pg.22)
    178. Brent Russell Georgia Southern 6'2" 297(pg.23)
    OLB
    10. Arthur Brown KSU 6'1" 231(pg.2)
    25. Chase Thomas Stanford 6'4" 245(pg.5)
    38. Jarvis Jones Georgia 6'3" 241(pg.6)
    52. Barkevious Mingo LSU 6'5" 240(pg.9)
    67. Gerald Hodges Penn St. 6'1" 239(pg.11)
    81. Sean Porter TXAMU 6'1" 231(pg.12)
    94. Jelani Jenkins Florida 6'0" 237(pg.14)
    108. Jamie Collins Southern Mississippi 6'4" 239(pg.16)
    123. Trevado Williams Connecticut 6'1" 241(pg.18)
    137. Sio Moore Connecticut 6'1" 245(pg.19)
    151. Zaviar Gooden Missouri 6'1" 234(pg.21)
    Small School Sleepers
    165. Keith Pough Howard 6'2" 239(pg.22)
    179. Ty Powell Harding 6'3" 250(pg.24)
    ILB
    27. Manti Te'o Notre Dame 6'2" 255(pg.5)
    39. Alec Ogletree Georgia 6'3" 232(pg.6)
    53. Kevin Reddick UNC 6'3" 240(pg.9)
    68. Kevin Minter LSU 6'1" 245(pg.11)
    82. A.J. Klein Iowa St. 6'2" 245(pg.12)
    95. Jon Bostic Florida 6'1" 246(pg.14)
    109. Nico Johnson Alabama 6'2" 249(pg.16)
    124. Kiko Alonso Oregon 6'3" 238(pg.18)
    138. Tom Wort Oklahoma 6'0" 235(pg.19)
    152. Kenny Cain Texas Christian 6'1" 225(pg.21)
    Small School Sleepers
    166. Jake Johnson South Alabama 6'1" 240(pg.22)
    180. Jeremy Kimbrough Applachain St. 5'9" 235(pg.24)
    CB
    12. Xavier Rhodes FSU 6'2" 215(pg.2)
    15. Johnthan Banks MSU 6'2" 185(pg.3)
    40. Dee Milliner Alabama 6'1" 198(pg.6)
    54. Desmond Trufant Washington 6'0" 185(pg.9)
    69. Jordan Poyer OSU 5'11" 190(pg.11)
    83. David Amerson NCSU 6'2" 194(pg.12)
    96. Troy Stoudermire Minnesota 5'10" 195(pg.14)
    110. Logan Ryan Rutgers 6'0" 190(pg.16)
    125. Darius Slay Mississippi ST. 6'0" 192(pg.18)
    139. Jamar Taylor Boise St. 5'11" 192(pg.19)
    153. Brandon McGee Miami 5'11" 193(pg.21)
    183. D.J. Hayden Houston 5'11" 191(pg.24)
    Small School Sleepers
    167. B.W. Webb William and Mary 5'10" 184(pg.22)
    181. Demetrius McCray Applachain St. 6'1" 190(pg.24)
    SS
    13. Matt Elam Florida 5'11" 205(pg.2)
    28. Kenny Vaccaro Texas 6'1" 215(pg.5)
    41. Robert Lester Alabama 6'2" 210(pg.6)
    55. Shawn Williams Georgia 6'1" 217(pg.10)
    70. Phillip Thomas Fresno St. 6'1" 210(pg.11)
    84. Jordan Kovacs Michigan 6'0" 195(pg.13)
    97. Jonathan Cyprien FIU 6'0" 209(pg.14)
    112. J.J. Wilcox Georgia Southern 5'11" 214(pg.17)
    126. Shamarko Thomas Syracuse 5'9" 213(pg.18)
    140. Duke Williams Nevada 5'11" 201(pg.19)
    154. Rashard Hall Clemson 6'1" 210(pg.21)
    Small School Sleepers
    168. Cooper Taylor Richmond 6'5" 235(pg.22)
    182. Jamaal White Northwestern St(La) 5'11" 206(pg.24)
    FS
    26. T.J. McDonald USC 6'3" 205(pg.5)
    29. Bacarri Rambo Georgia 6'0" 218(pg.5)
    42. Tony Jefferson Oklahoma 5'10" 212(pg.7)
    56. Eric Reid LSU 6'2" 212(pg.10)
    71. D.J. Swearinger South Carolina 5'11" 210(pg.11)
    85. Josh Evans Florida 6'2" 201(pg.13)
    98. Duke Williams Nevada 6'1" 200(pg.15)
    113. Zeke Motta Notre Dame 6'2" 213(pg.17)
    127. Kenny Vaccaro Texas 6'0" 214(pg.18)
    141. J.J. Wilcox Georgia Southern 6'0" 213(pg.20)
    155. Micah Hyde Iowa 6'1" 197(pg.21)
    Small School Sleepers
    169. Rontez Miles California University of PA 6'0" 203(pg.22)
    184. Kejuan Riley Alabama St. 6'0" 208(pg.24)
     
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    1. Matt Barkley QB USC 6'2" 230
    http://www.cbssports.com/nfl/draft/players/1664140
     
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    2. Montee Ball RB Wisconsin 5'11" 215
    http://nflspinzone.com/2012/07/26/scouts-corner-montee-ball-rb-wisconsin-scouting-report/
     
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    3. Keenan Allen WR California 6'3" 210
    http://thefootballexpert.com/nfl-draft-scouting-reports/keenan-allen-scouting-report/
     
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    4. Joseph Fauria TE UCLA 6'7" 255
    http://nflmocks.com/2012/05/13/joseph-fauria-2013-nfl-draft-scouting-report/
     
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    5. Eric Fisher OT Central Michigan 6'7"305
    http://thefootballexpert.com/nfl-draft-scouting-reports/eric-fisher-ot-central-michigan/
     
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    6. Chance Warmack OG Alabama 6'3" 320
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    7. Barrett Jones C Alabama 6'5" 305
    http://draftdatabase.wordpress.com/...scouting-reports-barrett-jones-ogcot-alabama/
     
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    8. Bjoern Werner DE FSU 6'4" 273
    http://walterfootball.com/scoutingreport2013bwerner.php
     
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    9. Star Lotulelei DT Utah 6'4" 320
    http://sports.yahoo.com/news/senior-bowl-scouting-report-star-230605476--nfl.html
     
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    10. Arthur Brown OLB KSU 6'1" 231
    http://www.nfldraftscout.com/ratings/dsprofile.php?pyid=82068&draftyear=2013&genpos=OLB
     
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    12. Xavier Rhodes CB FSU 6'2" 215
    http://walterfootball.com/scoutingreport2013xrhodes.php
     
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    13. Matt Elam Florida SS 5'11" 205
    http://walterfootball.com/scoutingreport2013melam.php
     
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    Great piece of work.... thanks for sharing.

    I'd be interested to hear your view on Skov in our 43. This past year was mostly spent recovering from the injury the previous year so suspect this may have him around the 3rd/4th round... would love to have him in a Dolphin uni. Tough, intelligent, physical, good motor and has that mean streak that we really don't have in our LB corp at present.
     
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    some odd ratings there...
     
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    nice work DK... looks like a lot of work went into that. I like a lot of those guys.

    i've been beating werners drum for a while now... obviously.

    he's my first round target this year. and I dont see that changing.
     
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    This list will be updated continuously until the 2013 draft

    ---------- Post added at 08:24 AM ---------- Previous post was at 08:22 AM ----------

    I think Werner would be a great bookend with Wake, but I do not think he is going to be there when we pick.
     
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    yea I hear ya, I liked our chances of grabbing him better before last weeks win. Now I think we have played ourselves out of contention for his services. It will maybe have to be somebody like mingo or moore/montgomer... whoever is there... still would try to double up with a flyer on carradine later... I'd like to have 3 great guys we could throw in there.

    hate to trade up for the guy, but if we are only talking a spot or two... what do you think about that? hate giving away picks... wonder if somebody would go for a future pick...
     
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    I think trading up is something that you only do for a once in a lifetime player and if that is the case, you probably can not do it anyway. Just stick with the hand that is dealt to you and if your not an idiot, you can find talent. Now, I know we have Ireland so I know we are going to slip between coherent and delusional picks. Just hope he does not screw us to bad. In his defense, the last draft was not too bad- so there is hope.
     
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    14. Dion Jordan DE Oregon 6'7" 243
    http://www.fftoolbox.com/nfl_draft/profile_display.cfm?prospect_id=3393
     
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    15. Johnthan Banks CB MSU 6'2" 185
    http://www.fftoolbox.com/nfl_draft/profile_display.cfm?prospect_id=3057
     
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    matt barkley is overrated. wasn't impressed with him at all this year.
     
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    I think he is a good player just not great. He is lacking in a little arm strength for my taste. I have seen few games of his being I live about 2500 mi. away, but he does not seem to be worth all the hype he received last year.
     
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    16. Cordarrelle Patterson WR Tennessee 6'4" 205
    http://recruiting.scout.com/a.z?s=73&p=8&c=1&nid=4921228

    http://bleacherreport.com/articles/...to-tennessee-over-lsu-what-he-brings-to-table
    http://www.timesfreepress.com/news/2012/oct/20/analyst-vols-trio-stay-at-ut-tennessee-vols/
     
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    I'm really starting to warm up to the idea of drafting Montee Ball with the our high second round pick. Keenan Allen, Montee Ball, and a DE/CB (not sure who yet) would be fantastic imo.
     
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    The limited film I have seen on Skov, he seems to have that search and destroy attitude you want in a MLB. I don't see anything that suggests that he can not be effective in our scheme. He seems to have good vision and plays off his DL to shoot the gap. Playing a short zone, he seems he can hold up in pass propect. But I do not know if I would want him running downfield with a TE, but how many LBs do you want running with a TE. Like former Oiler/Titan's TE Frank Wychek said "No LB can cover a TE man to man in the NFL." That is what he said, just relaying the info. The one thing I will say in the negative is that he looks like he gets gobbled up by OL. If he can keep his hands extended he is OK, but too often I saw him let the OL get into him and he had trouble dis-engaging. Like I said, I have seen limited film on him so maybe this is not a big problem. I am not high on Dansby. Good LB, just not great. Certainly not as great as his opinion of himself. The only thing he has over Skov is experience. Give Skov some experience and I think he could be just as effective.
     
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    17. Tyler Wilson Arkansas QB 6'3" 220
    http://walterfootball.com/scoutingreport2013twilson.php

    ** After a nightmare season, Wilson's stock has dropped. I think it is more due to John L Sullivan and his staff than Wilson's ability
     
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    18. Knile Davis RB Arkansas 6'0" 226
    http://optimumscouting.com/rankings/scouting-reports/2013-nfl-draft-knile-davis-scouting-report.html

    *Missed the entire 2011 season with an ankle injury
     
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    QB would probably be one of the only positions I wouldn't look at, as long as we keep Matt Moore as the backup to Tannehill....I would keep Devlin around as the #3. Montee Ball is a guy who should be a nice workhorse back. I think Reggie is getting up there in age and I probably would let him go and maybe have Thomas and a guy like Montee Ball sharing the workload, if we were to go with a RB early on. I dont think we should take a RB with our first or 2A pick but maybe with a 2B pick if Ball is still on the board. I wonder how much Ireland focuses on "team need" versus taking the BPA....we have tons of needs so it wouldn't hurt us either way.
     
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    Having Ireland in charge of the draft scares me no matter which way he goes whether it is BPA or need. My biggest fear is we going to hear,"With Miami's first pick in the 2013 NFL Draft, the Dolphins select OL..."
     
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    19. Tyler Eifert TE Notre Dame 6'6" 255
    http://nflmocks.com/2011/10/02/tyler-eifert-2012-draft-scouting-report/
     
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    I would have to do some digging but I thought I either read or had on my DVR that irelands philosophy was mostly to stick with the big board... I remember something to the effect of "you have to trust the work you put into your board"... but I think the approach should be a split between need and BPA, once in awhile you may even get lucky enough that they are one in the same.
     
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    I am not in the least impressed by Ireland. He has passed so many talented players that would also fill a need for us that I hold no hope that he will get it right this time.
     
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    20. Luke Joeckel OT TAMU 6'6" 310
    http://www.fftoolbox.com/nfl_draft/profile_display.cfm?prospect_id=3467
     
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    21. Jonathan Cooper OG UNC 6'3" 295
    http://www.fftoolbox.com/nfl_draft/profile_display.cfm?prospect_id=3434
     
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    22. Mike Gillislee RB Florida 5'11" 212
    Since the first time I saw him at the University of Florida, I knew this player was going to be a very good addition to the football team. In his freshman and sophomore seasons, as I would sit with my Dad(who is a UF grad), I would keep complaining that Gilly was the best RB on the team and I could not understand why Meyer was not playing him more. Even when Muschamp came in and took over when Meyer got scared by the way that Alabama manhandled his team in SEC Championship and he could not adapt to the changing climate in the league(on a side note, Meyer was a total punk the way he left UF and I hope the Gators get a chance to play and crush the Overrated State University) , Champ stayed with Rainey and Demps. But in his Senior year Gilly got his opportunity and he did not disappoint. The guy is the kind of player I love. He is a player that straps on his chinstrap, picks up the lunch pail and goes to work. You want him to block he will block with tenacity, he can catch out of the backfield and he will run inside and out. I love this guy as a football player. He reminds me of Errict Rhett, another UF RB who played for TB, BAL, CLE for 7yrs before ending his career. Is he going to be a superstar? I do not know, but I will tell you he will contribute and the team will be glad to have him. But enough of my diatribe, let us look at scouting report of him against TAMU:
    Read more:http://mattwaldmanrsp.com/2012/10/24/much-respect-florida-rb-mike-gillislee/
     
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    Huge fan of the Gators. Elam and Gillislee are two of the more complete players we have had come out in a while. I hope that this is finally the year that we draft a gator players. It kills me to see them all go to the Pat's.

    I love the two top tightends this year. Physically imposing size that opposing defenses have to account for. They should be a nightmare in the redzone with some good coaching.

    Is it me or does this WR draft class seem to be fairly strong? Of course the drills haven't been run and the times havent been taken, but i feel like some difference makers can be found in the second and third.
     
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    can gillislee block? if he can , i'd be all for taking him
     
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    As I stated previously, he is willing blocker and yes, he can block. You tell him to block a 350lb. DL and he will do everything in his power to stop him. If you told him in order to win he has to run through a brick wall, his only question would be-When?
     
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    23. Dalton Freeman C Clemson 6'5" 285
    http://www.tigernet.com/view/clemson_update.do?id=7940
     
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