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  • D-lineman sleepers

    DT
    keith jackson-built like a tank
    marcus thomas-1st round talent
    paul solia-hole plugger
    kareem brown-dominating prescense
    david patterson-better than pitcock in my opinion
    DE
    dan bazuin-great pass rusher;very smart
    charles johnson-overlooked cus of moses
    anthony spencer-explosive first step
    ikaika alama francis-well rounded player
    jarvis moss-comparable to javon kearse
    ADDED
    jay moore

    those r just a few of the d-lineman that i think r gonna be sleeper s in the draft.ones higlighted r ones i think will be the biggest sleepers.
    feel free to throw out some more names of d-lineman u think will be sleepers, or disagree with me.
    Last edited by Denver_56; 02-25-2007, 05:13 PM.

  • #2
    I would like to see Carriker in the first, Brown in the second, Pittman in the third and a S in the third. If the Broncos pick up a third, it would go for another DE/DT.

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    • #3
      add jacob ford to that list of DE sleepers. he's a tweener. 6'4 242.

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      • #4
        Also add Jay Moore.
        Go Huskers.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Gulbrand
          I would like to see Carriker in the first, Brown in the second, Pittman in the third and a S in the third. If the Broncos pick up a third, it would go for another DE/DT.
          You mighta hit the nail on the head with that one

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          • #6
            any other thoughts?

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            • #7
              I am a big fan of us going after Anthony Spencer in the first. A lot of people would think of that as a reach, but this is a guy where the light really came on for him this year. He was behind a few other NFL caliber players at Purdue until this past year. He had 10.5 sacks, 26.5 TFL, and 93 total tackles on a very subpar team both offensively and defensively.

              He is considered a "tweener" because of his size, but he's 6'3 and 261 which is just fine for a DE, bigger than Gaines Adams who is considered to be the top DE.

              He expects to run in the 4.4-4.5 range and that's not even the most impressive thing about him. When Joe Thomas and Levi Brown were asked who they felt was the hardest player to block, they BOTH said Anthony Spencer. Here's the article below.

              http://www.heraldstandard.com/site/n...d=468632&rfi=6

              Zero Wing, the greatest Japanese to English translation ever...

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              • #8
                Bazuin and Charles Johnson both impressed me on game tape. Both high motor impact players, slightly under the radar.

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                • #9
                  one more

                  UCLA, Hickman: he performed real well this year. Especially in the game against SC. Limitted potential is the knock on him.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Milehigh117
                    He expects to run in the 4.4-4.5 range and that's not even the most impressive thing about him. When Joe Thomas and Levi Brown were asked who they felt was the hardest player to block, they BOTH said Anthony Spencer. Here's the article below.
                    It´s hard to blocksomeone that´s allready behind you...

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                    • #11
                      Defensive Tackles:

                      Paul Soliai (Utah)
                      Antonio Johnson (Mississippi St.)
                      Louis Leonard (Fresno St.)
                      Ryan McBean (Oklahoma St.)
                      Keith Jackson Jr. (Arkansas)
                      Jeremy Clark (Alabama)
                      Shelton Bynum (North Carolina)
                      Ola Dagunduro (Nebraska)
                      Quentin Echols (Kansas St.)
                      Marquay Love (Houston)
                      Larry Brown (Oklahoma St.)

                      Defensive Ends:

                      Noland Burchette (Virginia Tech)
                      Daniel Bazuin (Central Michigan)
                      Larry Birdine (Oklahoma)
                      Joe Cohen (Florida)
                      Loren Howard (Arizona St.)
                      Jason Jack (Texas A&M)
                      C.J. Ah You (Oklahoma)
                      Bryan Andrews (Wake Forest)
                      Baraka Atkins (Miami - Florida)
                      Rondell Biggs (Michigan)
                      Melik Brown (North Carolina)
                      Kyle Caldwell (Arizona St.)
                      Dennis Ellis (Boise St.)
                      Marquies Gunn (Auburn)
                      Kenneth Iwebema Jr. (Iowa)
                      Derrick Jones (Grand Valley St.)

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Gulbrand
                        I would like to see Carriker in the first, Brown in the second, Pittman in the third and a S in the third. If the Broncos pick up a third, it would go for another DE/DT.
                        That's my ideal draft. Carriker is going to be great. Would hope we could get Brown by our 2nd pick, and lucky if Pittman falls to our third pick. If I were Shanny I may look into moving up into the late 2nd or early third to get Pittman. Then a safety to top it off. Then go after Large lineman.

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