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Daniel Faalele is the guy I want at LT. He is identical in size to Brown (6-9 380). He's still raw but his abilities have grown. If not LT slide Brown over to LT and move this kid to RT. We would have the twin towers..lol
He could have went last year...
 

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Vince Wilfork was supposed to be a top 10 pick and he fell in our laps at 21.

I don't think we need a WR at least not a deep threat. I like Meyers but we need another Edelman type of guy, quick and agile and gets open fast, a YAC machine.

I think we need a DT, DE, a LB or two maybe a Safety, a CB and a true LT.
Nah, the need for a true #1 WR is there. Slot replacement for Edelman too, but...a #1 WR need is there.
 
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Nah, the need for a true #1 WR is there. Slot replacement for Edelman too, but...a #1 WR need is there.

We definitely need a speed guy on the boundary whether he's a WR1 or WR4. Speed gets respect from DBs and draws coverage.
 
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Williams had torn his ACL. It would be a risk to draft him that high.

Speak to the Drs to make sure the damage wasn't worse than usual and that Sx went well. He should be fine to play by Aug. In the meanwhile he can study the playbook.
It would work out fine if BB is even interested.
 

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Nah, the need for a true #1 WR is there. Slot replacement for Edelman too, but...a #1 WR need is there.
Well, Jameson Williams is an appealing option. I love the program he came from for obvious reasons. I know he has a torn ACL, so he may drop, if he was healthy I would say top 5 pick, but his injury may drop him to mid to late first round.
 
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Here's a mock draft I can support 100%
Bolden at the bottom is a big bodied S who has the tools to play on all 3 levels of the defensive backfield.

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Metchie will be entering the draft this year. I watched him play just about his entire time there and when he is healthy it is just beautiful to watch him play.
 
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Metchie will be entering the draft this year. I watched him play just about his entire time there and when he is healthy it is just beautiful to watch him play.

Put him at any WR position. Quick, fast, hands, routes.
 

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They definitely need a #1 WR.
Depends on
N'keal Henry never panned out...understatement of the last few years.
The reality is Bill's recent failuers in the draft have put us this position, he missed on both tight ends, Harry and its starting to look like he also missed on both LBs. I know the, "Bill can do no wrong", crowd won't like hearing this, but he had three of the worst drafts in a row that put us in this position.
 

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Depends on

The reality is Bill's recent failuers in the draft have put us this position, he missed on both tight ends, Harry and its starting to look like he also missed on both LBs. I know the, "Bill can do no wrong", crowd won't like hearing this, but he had three of the worst drafts in a row that put us in this position.
Yup
 

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if he falls to 21 thats would be an epic pick. For me it depends on who they sign in the off season cause man do we need Linebackers real bad.
So we want to use the 21st pick on a guy that tore his ACL and won't be able to even start running until the end of camp? Never going to happen, the 1st two picks will go to defense, maybe even the 1st 3.
 

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So we want to use the 21st pick on a guy that tore his ACL and won't be able to even start running until the end of camp? Never going to happen, the 1st two picks will go to defense, maybe even the 1st 3.
Who should they draft?
 
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