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  1. #1
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    If we have to take LT in 1st round, which one do you want?

    I think the big three are Robinson, Bolles and Ramcyzk. Robinson is the biggest and might do best in a power scheme. Some say he might do better as guard. Bolles is the most athletic and seems perfect for a zone scheme, but lacks strength. Ramcyzk might have the highest ceiling, but is also hurt. For my money, I take the BPA, and that's Ramcyzk. If he misses some time healing, so be it. I like him better at LT than any of our current options which include Sambrailo, Stephenson, and Schofield.

    Just to add, Robinson is #2 on my list and Bolles is #3.
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    I would go for Robinson, Bolles, and then Ramczyk.

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    Ramcyzk
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    Robinson would be my pick

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    Robinson, Ramczyk, Bolles

    Looks like we all disagree hahah

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    Quote Originally Posted by SoundsOfSuccess View Post
    Robinson, Ramczyk, Bolles

    Looks like we all disagree hahah
    Mostly everyone thus far chose Robinson 1st.

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    Robinson hands down

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    Robinson. Has the size the experience and has faced some of the best pass rush prospects and has practiced against them as well. Could very well start day 1 and hold his own.

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    Robinson/Ramczyk/Bolles. Bolles would have been great for our scheme last year...but lack of weight, strength and being older...I wouldn't touch him with pick 20. Just a total reach unless we trade down. Robinson is the only T I would draft at pick 20...but I still think there will be better talent on the board.
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    I tend to lean toward Bolles because of Ramczyk's recent surgery. But if Ramczyk is the superior player, then I guess you just suck it up and wait for the guy to heal.

    One guy who played Left Tackle (4-year Starter), at a high level throughout his college career, and is expected to go in the 1st Round, never seems to get mentioned.

    And that is Forrest Lamp. The "all-knowing, all-seeing", "Draft guru's" seem to think Lamp, all of a sudden, needs to "move inside" because his arm is an inch shorter than somebody else's arm. I don't buy it. We might even be able to move back a few spots and still get him.

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    If I had to pick one.- Robinson. Has the resume.

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    Ryan Ramczyk is my first choice, then Bolles.

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    Don't think we have to take LT, Sambrailo, Stephenson, and Watson will compete for the spot, they may be better suited than RT anyways. If we can get a solid RT in the later rounds and hope one of those guys can be emerge then we can fill another hole in round 1. If they don't then 2018 is looking like a much better OT class. So having less needs going into 2018 would be ideal.
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    We have 4 OTs on the roster and none of them are any good. Ramczyk from Wisconsin is an immediate upgrade over all of Denver's OTs. Put him next to Leary on the left side n he'll be best LT Denver's had since Clady 5yrs ago. Ramczyk is the best option out there unless Denver can pull off a miracle trade for Joe Thomas or Joe Staley, Which is never gonna happen.
    For the right side let's just pray that this coaching staff has the brains to have the TE chip the pass rusher n help out the RT before he gets into his route. The last coaching staff was clueless to that tactic.
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    Cam Robinson is probably the 'safest' pick of the three, but even picks that are considered to be safe don't always pan out

    He has the size, youth and more experience against quality opponents over the other two prospects.

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