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2008 Draft Prediction
12 years ago  ::  Jan 15, 2008 - 7:54AM #1
Jimmy-Boy
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I have look over most the prospects and have done alot of research on the draft coming up (I love drafts cool )

This is how i hope the giants draft looks:

Round #1-
Jack Ikegwuonu, Wisconsin CB - He is the real deal. This dude
is as quick as they come and can tackle with the best of them. The real
great thing i love about him is that he is 6-1 200lbs and runs a 4.38.
If we draft him then we need to get rid of Madison this season. We'll
have Ross, Webster, Ikegwuonu Dockery and MaQuarters.

Round #2-
Jaison Williams*, Oregon WR- Plax will be 32 next season.
Toomer is a clock just clicking towards retirement. Steve Smith and
Sinorece Moss are both slot recievers over the middle. Now check this
out, Williams is 6-4 243 lbs. Yes thats not a typo- 243 lbs. Now if he
runs anything near a 4.5, who is going to stop this guy?

Round #3-
Bruce Davis, UCLA OLB- It's hard not to call Davis a tweener,
given his lacking size and
tremendous speed. I'd like to see him put on 10 pounds this year while
maintaining his 40. He has first-round production: a who[ping 12.5
sacks and three forced fumbles in 2006. He plays with plenty of emotion
also. He is a get in your face kind of guy who is out to hurt people. I
would love to have him next to Pierce and Kiwi.

Round #4-
Kory Lichtensteiger, Bowling Green C- Arguably the best
offensive lineman ever to play at Bowling Green.
Lichtensteiger was in the middle of a line ranked second in rushing and
third in fewest sacks allowed in MAC play. Shaun O'Hara is already 30
years old and has a banged up knee. Lichtensteiger could back him up
for a year or two then become a possible starter.

Round #5-

Duane Brown, Virginia Tech OT- Perfect for any zone-blocking
scheme. Can also play special teams. Could be there to replace one of
our offensive linemen due to injury and fill in with success. A very
solid back-up in the NFL.

(1) Round #6-

Bernard Morris, Marshall QB/WR- Bernard Morris opened some
eyes when he went toe-to-toe with West
Virginia, going 19-of-29 for 256 yards and two touchdowns. I'm not sure
if Morris will play quarterback at the next level, but he has the
athleticism to engage in some sort of Brad Smith role. Could be a solid
pick-up for the future. If anything it's great to have versatile
players that can play many positions just in case of injurys

(2) Round #6-

Shaheer McBride, Delaware State WR- If Shaheer McBride drops his 40 to 4.45, he will get
drafted. Compiled a total of 1,572 yards and 17 touchdowns the past two
seasons. Could be the marques colston of 2008? If we draft him lets hope so.

12 years ago  ::  Jan 15, 2008 - 8:24AM #2
Joeybagadonutz
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I like D. Cromartie too. He has Hester like skills.
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12 years ago  ::  Jan 15, 2008 - 2:42PM #3
Joeybagadonutz
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What do you think of De Ossie?
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12 years ago  ::  Jan 16, 2008 - 2:43AM #4
MyYESNetwork
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what position is he?
12 years ago  ::  Jan 16, 2008 - 2:48AM #5
Jimmy-Boy
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I love DeOssie. He is a solid.LB Zak DeOssie, a fourth round pick and son of former Giant LB Steve
DeOssie, shows enough to be considered a future starter. He also is a
long-snapper.
MLB/ILB Zak DeOssie shows great understanding of the position. Has
size, quickness and lateral movement. Also handles long snaps and
should rotate there with fellow rookie Alford.

I like him on this team. He shows a great attitude for the game also. I mean he can't be dumb either, he went to Brown.
12 years ago  ::  Jan 16, 2008 - 2:53AM #6
Jimmy-Boy
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Da'Mon Cromartie-Smith would be a really late pick. I don't see him doing well at the CB position. Maybe the saftey and kick returner.

Maybe a 5th-6th round pick.
12 years ago  ::  Jan 16, 2008 - 4:08AM #7
Joeybagadonutz
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he's CB, big and fast- pure athelete
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12 years ago  ::  Jan 16, 2008 - 4:26AM #8
MyYESNetwork
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yeah we need some guys in the secondary
12 years ago  ::  Jan 16, 2008 - 4:37AM #9
Jimmy-Boy
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Jack Ikegwuonu, Wisconsin CB

is muuuuch better.
12 years ago  ::  Jan 16, 2008 - 4:24PM #10
MyYESNetwork
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Excellent info, Jimmy-boy. You've really done your homework. A+


I'll be saving this to see how it pans out come the draft in April.


Many thanks,


Luvdayanks


PS, love this dude Jaison Williams out of Oregon

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