NFL Draft Best Available on Day 3

April 28, 2012 at 11:37 am Leave a comment

  1. Lamar Miller: Homerun hitter who came out early.  His feet never stop and are furious.  Lots of quickness.  My #2 RB, someone is getting a steal today.
  2. Alameda Ta’amu: Massive (6’3 348) NT who disrupted many plays at Washington.  Projected to go much earlier, good value.
  3. Juron Criner: Possesion WR with huge hands.  Injuries slowed down Sr. season.  Could make an impact right away.
  4. Robert Turbin: Power back who ran 4.4 at the combine, tons of 100 yard games at Utah State.
  5. Joe Adams: Extremely quick slot WR and proficient punt returner.
  6. Jared Crick:  Excellent defender from Nebraska is coming off an injury and has fallen probably too far.
  7. Cam Johnson:  The most impressive athlete at the combine out of the DE/OLB class this year in my opinion (Aldon Smith last year).  He had good production at UVA and will be intrigued to see who selects him and where he plays.
  8. Brandon Boykin:  Prototypical nickel/slot corner back, similar to Javiar Areans, but like him more.
  9. Marvin Jones:  Forgotten about, admittedly by me (and others), but has all the tools to make it in the NFL.
  10. George Iloka:  Big safety who will have to cover the TE to be a value.

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