My Wishlist at 19

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  1. clutch

    clutch Active Member

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    C.J. Mosley
    Ryan Shazier
    Zack Martin
    Taylor Lewan
    Eric Ebron
    Brandin Cook

    I am sure at least one of them is available at 19.
    And I am happy with any of them.

    BTW, Who to add for you???
     
  2. Roman529

    Roman529 Moon Runner / The 3 AM Crew

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    In order of preference:

    1. Zack Martin

    2. Brandin Cooks

    3. C.J. Mosley

    I would add Ra'Sheed Hageman to the list....he should be there at #19.
     
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  3. nick1

    nick1 I am Groot Moderator Finheaven VIP

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    Lewan
    Martin
    Cooks

    Lewan should be a no brainer but he won't be there
     
  4. justdev7

    justdev7 Rookie

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    I'd be fine with all of those except for Cooks. He's got a lot of talent but we don't need another small speedy WR. If we 're taking a wr in the first round it needs to be a big bodied guy that can still deprecate and that has good hands above all else. And I'm not sure that this type if receiver exists in this draft. Kelvin Benjamin fits the size/speed requirements but his hands are shaky at best. Moncrief has the size/speed and slightly better hands but still lets a lot of balls into his body. And Cody Latimer has the size and hands but seems to have trouble separating.
     
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    hemidemon Starter

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    Under Nick Saban Alabama players never really pan out in the NFL. I say stay away from C.J. Mosley.
     
  6. Dolphin39

    Dolphin39 Pro Bowler

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    Take out Mosley and I'm with you.

    I don't want Mosley.
     
  7. jetsh8r

    jetsh8r A True Fan

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    Im not a fan of Ebron but I like the list overall
     
  8. #1dolphinsfan

    #1dolphinsfan Perennial All-Pro

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    Eric Ebron would be a great dad to the team
     
  9. hammond47

    hammond47 Well-Known Member

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    I'll take Ebron

    ---------- Post added at 10:52 PM ---------- Previous post was at 10:52 PM ----------

    Wish we could take Bridgewater
     
  10. xXwarXx

    xXwarXx Banned Hammered

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    Ebron is a possibility, I don't he will be there but he could be a player they fall in love with.

    Let's not forget we offered Jared cook (who was a bust in st lou) a big contract. But it shows philbin clearly wants a Dynamic TE. Lot of people forgot about that.

    In GB the offense ran through Finley when it was at its best. Realistically they'll have to trade up for ebron if there in love with him. But like cook, I question if ebron loves the sport and will work hard. Cook never gave a crap. He got his contract on pure talent, and it showed last season. I just hope ebron doesn't have that same mentality. But rumors are he may.

    I'd be happy if we got ebron, I wouldn't b sold, but he would be something to get excited about. I do wish he was more physical though.
     
  11. jnewmant

    jnewmant Hit folks and like it!

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    In my opinion it's not that they don't pan out, it's Saban is such a good coach his players tend to reach really close to their full potential while they are playing at bama so their draft stock is inflated a bit.
     
  12. clutch

    clutch Active Member

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    That's my concern as well besides injury history
     

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