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  • Kevin Ogletree 6ft1in 196 lbs 40 4.46

    Hey guys,

    Anyone watch this guy get in the Cowboy game against Philly?

    I really liked him in college and he put up solid #'s at the draft.

    He had an injury in 2007 but seems fully healthy and a real nice find for the Cowboys.

    I know we just got Gibson, but with the Cowboys depth and we have an extra draft pick in the trade, I think we should offer a pick for this guy.

    Obviously, we should continue to montior him for the rest of the season and not make the offer until season's end but I think it is a perfect fit.

    I say this because it looks more and more that we are going QB in Pick 1 of the draft. I think we will go OG in round 2 or DL. Whichever we can't get in Free Agency.

    After looking at our sitution and it seems most likely that we will address QB, OL, DL, and try to "find" some way to get a WR and another TE.

    Fells will play alot more (good thing) and Ogletree can step into our core as a young, talent to grow with our new QB.

    As much as a want to have a great defense, and not pick a QB early, I think it is 80% or more that a good will get picked.

    If Cowboys want one of our 5th round picks I think it is a no brainer.

    Our if they want a 4th we get Olgetree and a 5th in return., something like that....

    I think he is one of the few WR's under the radar in the league.

  • #2
    Re: Kevin Ogletree 6ft1in 196 lbs 40 4.46

    From my "Sleeper List" thread, posted on March 6, 2009:


    Terrance Knighton, DT, Temple
    Knighton is a true 4-3 NT with very good size (6'3, 321). He was a late invite to the Combine, and reportedly was impressive in drills. He is a three year starter who was very productive and consistent, averaging 56 tackles and 7.5 tackles for loss. A good mid-round option for the Rams if they pass on Raji and Brace.

    Stephen McGee, QB, Texas A&M
    McGee was injured for much of his Senior year, but has entered the draft discussion with strong performances at the East/West Shrine Game and the Combine. Does not have great size (6'2, 225 lbs), but has a strong arm and is a very good athlete (4.66 in the 40).

    Kevin Ogletree, WR, Virginia
    Ogletree is a riser after a Combine performance in which he ran a 4.45 and was among the top performers in the shuttle runs. He has decent size (6'0, 196), and good experience in the ACC. A late round option for depth and kick returning.

    Phillip Hunt, DE, Houston
    Purely a situational pass rusher at 6'2, 260, but potentially a good specialist. He had 24.5 sacks and 36.5 tackles for loss in his last two years. Good speed (4.70) for a guy his size.

    Victor Butler, OLB, Purdue
    Another situational/pass rusher type. He has the size to play the strong side (6'2, 248) and excels in rushing the passer (22.5 sacks in last two years).
    FWIW, Knighton has also played well as a rookie in Jacksonville, and Butler has three sacks for the Cowboys.
    Last edited by AvengerRam_old; -11-13-2009, 01:04 PM.


    • #3
      Re: Kevin Ogletree 6ft1in 196 lbs 40 4.46

      I doubt Cowboys have room to keep him.

      Hopefully we can grab him and season's end.

      I wouldn't mind giving up a late pick for him now.