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  1. #1
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    Jimmy Williams--Va Tech

    Man this guy is gonna be a great player at the next level. He has good size (6-3, 216), he's fast, and he plays physical. He can fit in as a corner or a safety. The broncs should think about picking him up to replace lynch if he's still around when our pick comes up. Anybody have any thoughts on this guy? I doubt he'll make it out of the top 10, so we'll have to keep rooting for the redskins to keep the losing streak alive.
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    Thanks Snk

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    He's probably going to the 49ers. He's definitely a top 10 selection and the only "elite" CB in this draft. I think he'll be a top 6 selection.

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    we didnt draft 3 CB's last year for no reason

    I love our depth at the position, and think we are set for a while.
    Blet

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    Hmmmm... I want to see Browner's progression first.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OrangePeel
    we didnt draft 3 CB's last year for no reason

    I love our depth at the position, and think we are set for a while.
    The Broncos could draft him as a free safety, which they need, but I believe that by the end of this year, Williams will have proven that he can be one hell of a CB and will be unwilling to play safety in the NFL. After all, CB is where the money is at.

    Obviously, Denver doesn't need a CB, and most of the top tier safeties are second rounders, so it would be logical to pass on Williams and take a second round safety.

    ...Not that they'll even have a chance to take Williams. He sure as hell won't make it out of the top 10. I have him possibly going to the 49ers at 2nd overall, though I believe Reggie Bush is more likely at that spot. I'm sure every team in the top 10 (except the Texans, who'd better take a LT) would love to have him.
    A proponent of Denver drafting Cutler since 10/05.

    So naturally, my Adopt-A-Bronco is Jay Cutler!

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