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    It looks like it will come down to one of these two if available. The scouting reports have Brown being 'nastier' while Barnes is more athletic. I think a lot will depend on the Pace situation. If the Rams so into the draft dragging Pace with the franchise then I think the pick is Barnes as he can play LT. Brown has been a pure RT. If Pace is signed to a long-term deal by then, then I think the pick is Brown.

  • #2
    Re: J. Brown versus K. Barnes

    Barnes is athletic, but very inconsistent. Brown actually has the ability to play on either side - his pass protection skills are quite good - but would probably be more comfortable on the right side. Barnes seems like a much more risky pick, and I hope that if Brown is off the board, the Rams look at another position in the first round.


    • #3
      Re: J. Brown versus K. Barnes

      With the shape of our O-line, I'd take either one with the 19 pick, but Barnes would be a bit of a reach where Brown at 19 would be about right. Both are athletic enough and technically sound enough to play either end of the line. I'd be happy with either, but I'd prefer Brown.
      The more things change, the more they stay the same.


      • #4
        Re: J. Brown versus K. Barnes

        Brown never gave up a sack in his college career. That's pretty stout.


        • #5
          Re: J. Brown versus K. Barnes

          I do believe Pace Accomplished the same feat! :ramlogo:


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            When Oklahoma asked him to protect the signal-caller instead, Brown thought about transferring. All he ever wanted was to play defense and nearly moved to Miami to become a Hurricane.

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            In his final two years at Oklahoma, Brown allowed just one sack, a testament to his spiteful disposition on the football field.

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            Brown’s quarterback, Jason White, was so well protected that he won the Heisman Trophy two seasons ago and finished in the top five last year. In fact, Brown and the rest of the offensive line were so dominant this past season that running back Adrian Peterson was also a Heisman finalist. Brown earned the Outland Trophy as the nation’s top interior lineman for his efforts in 2004.

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