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    KLINK'S last 7rd draft .

    i will go with what we have on the board as of now . you all know that i believe that on draft day , the ram's are trading down to the botton to recoup picks traded away , and to target JUSTIN HARRELL . but as of now .

    1st , #13 - ADAM CARRIKER - DL

    2nd , #52 - TIM CROWDER - DE

    3rd , #84 - TURK McBRIDE -DT

    4th , #117- CHRIS HENRY -RB

    5th , trade to K.C.

    6th , #190 - DARREN STONE -S

    7th , trade to miami

    7ths , #248 -LeROY HARRIS - C/G

    7ths , #249 -JEFF SZMARDZIA -WR- notre dame , for someone to not use a 7th round pick on this kid is idiotic . if baseball doesn't work out for him , this is a first round talent , and if it came to fruition , steal of the draft .


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    Re: KLINK'S last 7rd draft .

    1st , #13 - ADAM CARRIKER - DL is he going to play DT for us? In this draft...

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    Re: KLINK'S last 7rd draft .

    That is not a bad idea for the 7th round pick....I would never had thought it....I wonder if other teams are thinking of the Notre Dame WR......Josh Booty is an example of player that did that a few years ago, But he went back to college

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    Re: KLINK'S last 7rd draft .

    I also think that if Okoye doesnt fall to us, and we don't trade for jenkins, that we will trade down just like you said for picks and Harrell. I also see what youre saying about Samardzija, but I am to afraid that we would give up someone like Setterstrom if we waste a 7th round pick on someone who isn't a football player anymore. Great idea though I wouldnt do it. Just my opinion.

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    Re: KLINK'S last 7rd draft .

    carriker is horrible

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    Re: KLINK'S last 7rd draft .

    Quote Originally Posted by bruce4life View Post
    carriker is horrible
    To make a statement like that about a potential top 15 pick is just nuts. This is a guy who's proven his motor, his heart, his abilities as a pass rusher and as a run stopper throughout his entire college career, and you want to dis the man without backing it up?

    What possible reason do you have for saying something like that?

    Or for saying it in relation to a Rams draft choice? We are all aware that our biggest need is along the defensive line, be it a defensive end, or ideally a nose tackle. AND THIS IS A MAN WHO HAS THE CAPABILITY TO DO BOTH? Yet you still criticise.

    Were you trying to evoke this type of reaction?

    There is no player in the draft, for that matter, that I'd call horrible. All have their ups and their downs, but nobody is downright horrible...if they were, why in the world would they declare for the draft?

    Carriker is a beast, fills potentially two prominent needs, and personally I'd be thrilled to have him in the horns. :l

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    Re: KLINK'S last 7rd draft .

    CARRIKER , is 6'6 and 295 + lbs , his speed , strength , and agility is awsome for a man his size . ( hell , his short suttle was 4.19 , when most defensemen would be considered great with a 4.7 ,4.8 . LB's who get 4.5 , are considered quick . and he was faster than all the LB's at the combines , i believe . he is the BEST , and i will REPEAT , the BEST all around defensive lineman in this draft . he can and would play any line position , and succeed . he is that good . there might be better run stoppers , or end rushers , but all around lineman , just look at the film . this guy is THE CAT'S A** , IN CAMP COMFORT .
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    Re: KLINK'S last 7rd draft .

    Quote Originally Posted by bruce4life View Post
    carriker is horrible
    So horrible that he doesn't even make it #13 for us to draft anyway. :x
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    Re: KLINK'S last 7rd draft .

    Unfortunately I have a feeling that the ****** might take Carriker.
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    Re: KLINK'S last 7rd draft .

    if the winers take him , my television will be covered , and i mean covered with pizza and wings .

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    Re: KLINK'S last 7rd draft .

    A couple of comments...

    -I assume that since you have us going DE in round two, that means Carriker is moving inside to play three-technique. If that's the case, what's the point in the McBride pick?

    -Henry in the fourth is good, and Stone in the sixth is solid though I'm tempted to think we look more towards a CB than a safety after signing Johnson.

    -I seriously doubt Leroy Harris is there in round seven. He could sneak onto the first day but should be gone no later than the fifth round IMO.

    -Jeff Samardzija, eh. Someone will probably spend a pick on him, but I'm not sure it should be us. You can still find guys in the late rounds who can contribute early (Setterstrom, Colston) so throwing a pick away on a guy playing baseball just doesn't do much for me.

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