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    Miami players always project well into the pros. I know we have a lot of CB's, but if Devin Hester is there somewhere while we pick, we should give him a look.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Broncology
    Miami players always project well into the pros. I know we have a lot of CB's, but if Devin Hester is there somewhere while we pick, we should give him a look.
    He's a good returner too, isn't he? Or am i mixing him up? They had a couple real explosive guys this past year.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PRBronco
    He's a good returner too, isn't he? Or am i mixing him up? They had a couple real explosive guys this past year.
    Yeah, he takes it to the house like every time. He's like Darrent Williams, only a little bigger.

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    I'm telling you all. BRET MEYER.
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    Bret Meyer has one year of experience under his belt. From my understanding he's a Sophomore and he will not be going into the draft.

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    drew tate, qb, iowa: 2nd round or 2nd pick

    mike hass, wr, oregon state (duh): 3rd round; he catches everything.

    1rst round i dont know... the best offensive guard left on the board.
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    I've seen a lot of mentions of Ed Reed floatin' around the boards. It's in that spirit I'll mention Pat Watkins out of FSU. Everyone and their mother knows how gifted that kid is. He's the obvious choice-and rightfully so.

    I've seen PRBronco and others mention concerns about line play. This years already loaded, even without the early declarations. No ones mentioned guys like Adam Stenovich and Matt Lentz out of Michigan as well as Rob Sims from OSU. Stenovich especially. A Jacob Rogers play alike. More than enough athletic ability and NFL ready. That guys technique is impecable. Great posture (knees bent, back straight), extends his arms, punches (doesn't lean), doesn't overextend and bend at the waist. Takes the defender to the cliff and can hang him there. Chad Henne's jersey got kept pretty darn clean and he was a big part of it.

    Also, I can't believe how many seniors graduated this past sholastic year. There's new starters all over the nation at every position this year. Many more so than in years past. That doesn't have to be a bad thing either. I saw the same thing after the 2000 draft and going into '01 I thought that year would be a let down, especially following a strong 2000 draft. Those new starters emerged and played more than well enough. Guys like Michael Bennett took advantage of their chance to start. That said, more than in past years, players given a chance to play are going to emerge. So there's guys out there who nobody knows about (except a coach somewhere hangin' his hopes on a guy stepping in for a three year starter) who are gonna' be selected pretty early. And there's a lot of 'em this year, so if you're interested, keep a look out for 'em.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PRBronco
    You're preachin to the choir here man. Don't forget ray lewis, dan morgan, warren sapp, phillip buchanon, bennie blades, vinnie testaverde, *deep breath*.... jon vilma, vince wilfork, cortez kennedy, sean taylor, najeh davenport...ok, that's all i got off the top of my head.

    I'm glad we managed to scoop a 'Cane in this year's draft.
    i was talkin in like the last couple of years. but i think it's safe to say that Miami puts out the best NFL players of any college. you could put together an all pro team with just Miami guys
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    I know but he'll be going after his Junior year. I guarantee it.
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    First of all thats all whack. Second of all that would go in the OT board. Third of all you click "New Thread" and put it in.
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    I saw all those Miami players yall have posted and you have forgotten the most famous of them all..(sorry if this has been posted ive only read the last page) but Jim Kelly and Willis McGahee

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    Any human being that passes on Reggie Bush must be the dumbest person in the world. Barring you have Barry Sanders in the backfield. I go to SC and I'm at every game on the sidelines...unbelievable. That is all I'll say.

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    As long as there are no lingering effects from a bicep injury he sustained during the spring game, I'd like to see us pick up Dusty Dvoracek from OU. While Tommie Harris got all the hype his last season, Dusty was quietly outplaying him from week to week. I look for him to have a great seaon this fall.
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    Jimmy Williams out of Va Tech, 6'3'' corner with 4.4 speed. He is the top projected corner next year but anything could happen, and well I like Lenny but long term I dont know if I have that much faith, and this guy comes from a defesive orriented team...I say we consider him.
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    Why in the world would you not want reggie bush.....the guy is an AMAZING athlete he can do it all he is LT coming out of college execpt alot faster and alot better hand and alot better moves not as much power though but who needs power whne you can run circles around everyone

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