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    Potential steal of the 2013 draft

    Just wondering who some people think could end up been steals of the up coming draft, I personally think who ever takes a chance on Lattimore will get a very good back for years if he stays healthy.

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    Would love him, Have him sit behind Mcgahee/Moreno/Hillman till he gets healthy. We do not need a running back so urgently so we have the time for him to get back into action.

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    Zac Stacy, RB Vanderbilt
    Latavius Murray, RB UCF

    Benny Cunningham, RB Middle Tennessee
    Small school. Saw him against Gtech when he had 5 TDs and 217 yards. Reminds me a bit of Alfred Morris.
    one of his TDs. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rw5n3iXTLS0

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    What you know about Stacy One5Beast?...lol

    Kapron Lewis-Moore, DE/DT, Notre Dame

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    Brandon Williams, DT, Missouri Southern State

    Reckon the kid will be great 3-5 round pick.

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    Datone Jones. He played DT and DE for UCLA. As a DT he he is out of position but as a fulltime DE he will excel. I hope the Broncos take him in the 3rd.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JayJack View Post
    What you know about Stacy One5Beast?...lol

    Kapron Lewis-Moore, DE/DT, Notre Dame
    watched his game vs. NC state and I was impressed, especially how he never stops moving his leg. looked him up on youtube and i liked what i saw. i also like RBs that are shorter but thick, Ray Rice like.

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    Quote Originally Posted by one5beast View Post
    watched his game vs. NC state and I was impressed, especially how he never stops moving his leg. looked him up on youtube and i liked what i saw. i also like RBs that are shorter but thick, Ray Rice like.
    He's definately impressive. One of the best all around backs in the draft!

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    William Gholston

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    I don't know if you could really consider him a steal, but since RB's seem to be de-valued these days, I'll say LeVeon Bell. I'm not sure where he will be drafted, but someone is going to get a helluva back. I love to watch that guy run.

    Bell is a big back (6'2"-238), but is suprisingly light on his feet, and has great runners instincts. He runs with great vision and is extremely patient. Bell anticipates the holes well, and hits the gap faster that you would expect for a big man. He also has suprising athleticism as evidenced by his hurdlers leap (ala Knowshon over Ed Reed) over a TCU defender, and always finishes his runs falling forward.

    Once upon a time, he would have been the type of back the Steelers would have loved to have drafted. If the Broncos could get him at the bottom of the second round, I would be thrilled.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Idiot_Kicker View Post
    I don't know if you could really consider him a steal, but since RB's seem to be de-valued these days, I'll say LeVeon Bell. I'm not sure where he will be drafted, but someone is going to get a helluva back. I love to watch that guy run.

    Bell is a big back (6'2"-238), but is suprisingly light on his feet, and has great runners instincts. He runs with great vision and is extremely patient. Bell anticipates the holes well, and hits the gap faster that you would expect for a big man. He also has suprising athleticism as evidenced by his hurdlers leap (ala Knowshon over Ed Reed) over a TCU defender, and always finishes his runs falling forward.

    Once upon a time, he would have been the type of back the Steelers would have loved to have drafted. If the Broncos could get him at the bottom of the second round, I would be thrilled.
    yeah i like him too. completely forgot about him. After the 1st game against Boise, his hype died down a bit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by one5beast View Post
    yeah i like him too. completely forgot about him. After the 1st game against Boise, his hype died down a bit.
    He wrecked the No 1 rush defense in TCU. They shut him down in the first half, but like all great backs do, as the game went along, he got stronger and stronger and eventually he put up huge numbers, and dominated the game

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    Also, considering the fact he is a prominant player on a great college defense, Notre Dame DE Kapron Lewis-Moore (6'3"-304) is completely under-rated. I cant believe this guy has not even cracked the top three rounds as a projected player. He looks and plays like a quality d-lineman to me...

    I also think Eddie Lacy is pretty under-rated, considering he has dominated the big games when Alabama has needed him.....of course, that could all change tomorrow night if he blows up the Domers
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    Gavin Escobar, TE from San Diego State.
    http://forums.denverbroncos.com/image.php?type=sigpic&userid=349348&dateline=13355  71607

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roddoliver View Post
    Gavin Escobar, TE from San Diego State.
    I'll see your TE from San Diego State, and raise you a TE from Colorado, Nick Kasa (6'5"-260). This kid was originally drafted as a freakish athletic DE, but was converted to TE if memory serves. He has nice hands, can run, and with his athletifcism is the kind of player that has the skill set to suprise and stick for someone on the next level. Just was under utilized on a terrible team

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