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    No, Im not really excited about 2008 when we're still in 2007 but with all this talk of getting a RB and which RB...and whether or not Denver should get a RB, Im kind of curious to know what will be there next year if Denver were to give Bell & Bell another shot? Will Jamaal Charles be ther in 2008?

  • #2
    Darren Mcfadden.

    I'm not sure about Mike Hart because he might stay with MU.

    Yeah that's all that pops into my mind.

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    • #3
      Possibly, Steve Slaton WVU

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      • #4
        Originally posted by PurdueBronc
        Possibly, Steve Slaton WVU
        Oh yeah totally forgot about Slayton.

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        • #5
          Next year is considered to be one of the best rb drafts in recent memory when the following players are draft eligible

          Darren Mcfadden- Arkansas
          Felix Jones- Arkansas
          Branden Ore- Virginia Tech
          Chauncey Washington- USC
          James Davis- Clemson
          Mike Hart- Michigan
          Jamaal Charles- Texas
          Ian Johnson- Boise State
          Ray Rice- Rutgers
          Yvenson Bernard- Boise State
          Steve Slaton- West Virginia
          Ryan Torrain- Arizona State
          Tyrell Sutton- Northwestern
          Jonathan Stewart- Oregon
          Marlon Lucky- Nebraska
          Albert Young- Iowa.


          Whew. Anybody else I'm missing? There's a hell of a lot of 1st and 2nd round talent in there

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Milehigh117
            Next year is considered to be one of the best rb drafts in recent memory when the following players are draft eligible

            Darren Mcfadden- Arkansas
            Felix Jones- Arkansas
            Branden Ore- Virginia Tech
            Chauncey Washington- USC
            James Davis- Clemson
            Mike Hart- Michigan
            Jamaal Charles- Texas
            Ian Johnson- Boise State
            Ray Rice- Rutgers
            Yvenson Bernard- Boise State
            Steve Slaton- West Virginia
            Ryan Torrain- Arizona State
            Tyrell Sutton- Northwestern
            Jonathan Stewart- Oregon
            Marlon Lucky- Nebraska
            Albert Young- Iowa.


            Whew. Anybody else I'm missing? There's a hell of a lot of 1st and 2nd round talent in there
            For some small itsy bitsy reason I really want us to draft Ian Johnson.

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            • #7
              Ray Rice
              Ian Johnson

              Those are two possible late 1st - 3rd round backs..

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              • #8
                Possibles.....

                Darren McFadden-Arkansas
                Steve Slaton-WVU
                Ray Rice-Rutgers
                Mike Hart-Michigan
                James Davis-Clemson


                I'm on the Steve Slaton for 2008 Bandwagon :}~

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                • #9
                  Yeah its not a bad class. I wouldnt mind:

                  McFadden
                  Charles
                  Slaton
                  Hart

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                  • #10
                    I think McFadden will be the best RB in the draft next year IMO. I think he wil be a top 5, maybe a top 10 pick. I sure hope the Broncos are not in a position to draft him next year if I am right.
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                    • #11
                      Kyle Bell - CSU

                      I know this is a homer pick, but he could be a good undrafted player to sign.
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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Milehigh117
                        Next year is considered to be one of the best rb drafts in recent memory when the following players are draft eligible

                        Darren Mcfadden- Arkansas
                        Felix Jones- Arkansas
                        Branden Ore- Virginia Tech
                        Chauncey Washington- USC
                        James Davis- Clemson
                        Mike Hart- Michigan
                        Jamaal Charles- Texas
                        Ian Johnson- Boise State
                        Ray Rice- Rutgers
                        Yvenson Bernard- Boise State
                        Steve Slaton- West Virginia
                        Ryan Torrain- Arizona State
                        Tyrell Sutton- Northwestern
                        Jonathan Stewart- Oregon
                        Marlon Lucky- Nebraska
                        Albert Young- Iowa.


                        Whew. Anybody else I'm missing? There's a hell of a lot of 1st and 2nd round talent in there

                        I just don't see the improvement over this year's class. McFadden is all-world and will probably win the Heisman this year barring injury, but the only other guy on that list that even interests me is Ray Rice. A lot of guys seem to be high on Slayton, but if I remember correctly, his QB (I forget his name) ran for more yards than he did in their option offense. I'm also not excited at all by Mike Hart.

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                        • #13
                          Next years class blows this years out of the water. Even the juniors who came out this year are average, and most juniors only come out if they're world-class. That in in itself speaks volumes of how bad this is. I mean, we're talking about Chris Henry, a guy who hasn't even broke 1,500 college yards rushing as a first-day pick because of his athleticism. Seriously.

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                          • #14
                            Antone Smith from FSU will be a junior and may declare. Unlike Booker and Washington, he runs with power but at the same time, still has that adequate breakaway speed. He's a different animal from the backs the Noles usually feature in that he is a big bruiser type. He's like a faster Greg Jones.
                            Last edited by tommy1986; 02-25-2007, 08:39 PM.

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                            • #15
                              I've always been a Slaton fan. So if we got him that be great but I dont even know why im talking 2008 first

                              lets see how 2007 goes for us

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