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trico990 wrote: Sarge. If Jordan is gone and we have a choice of Mingo or Jones. Who do you take?
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LIJETFAN wrote: Honestly, I am not sold on a lot of these guys at the top of the draft at this point. I see better value in the middle and late first. D. Moore looks like he has bust written all over him. Mingo too. Vaccaro maybe. Ansah has major busy potential, and so does Patterson. There are a bunch of players I think could be huge busts. The players that seem the safest to me are Joekel, Fisher, Austin, Eifert, Millner. I think they are all really good football players. A lot of these other guys are great athletes but have mixed levels of production on the field.
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ILDUCE24 wrote: Yeah I'm with Sarge on this, people who say Mingo is a bust probably didn't watch many LSU games...he was awesome in 2011, but in 2012 he got A LOT more attention, was playing 4-3 DE (he should be a pure 3-4 OLB), and was used to contain mobile quarterbacks or contain certain areas of the field, he was not used as a pure pass rusher as he should be (similar to Oregon using Jordan in coverage a lot rather than having him pin his ears back and rush the QB)...Mingo has a non-stop motor (which is one of the most important things for a pass rusher) and elite athleticism...I also am admittedly a huge fan of Moore even though he had an extremely unimpressive combine and may have some work ethic issues...while he may no longer be an option at 9 I certainly don't think he'll be a bust in any sense of the word...I think he'll fall into the Giants' lap @ 19 and in 2 years we'll be talking about what a steal they got, he doesn't have elite burst but he was extremely productive and has a motor that never stops...anyone saying he will be a bust is just someone who reads combine results and thinks it makes them draft experts, his 40 yd dash and bench press were weak but his vertical jump and broad jump were among the elite in the DL class...I also like Jarvis Jones, but the stenosis does bug me...that being said, it would not surprise me at all if he goes before 9 to teams like the Eagles, Lions or Browns...maybe even the Bills or Cardinals...I think the latest he would slip is 17 to the Steelers unless some confirmed negative medical reports come out....
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JetScreamer wrote: Mingo did look very good in LB drills at the Combine. He was just too small playing DE at LSU and as mentioned earlier he saw more double teams.
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NewMFS62 wrote: JetScreamer wrote: Mingo did look very good in LB drills at the Combine. He was just too small playing DE at LSU and as mentioned earlier he saw more double teams.Oh, so you want a college defensive and and will turn him into a pass rushing outside linebacker?Check out a Vernon Gholston tape, and play it over and over until the feeling goes away.ENOUGH!NO MORE SLASHES OR CONVERSIONS!!!Find a player who plays a position well and draft him to play that position.How is this so hard?Later
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