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2012 draft

Discussion in 'Draft Talk' started by ivo610, May 11, 2011.

  1. ivo610

    ivo610 Cheesehead

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    Does anyone have any dream picks for the 2012 NFL draft?

    yeah its a little early to do this but thanks to the lockout this is what were stuck with.
     
  2. ThxJackVainisi

    ThxJackVainisi Lifelong Packers Fanatic

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    I have three dreams: First, that it happens after the 2011 season has been played (having missed no games) and second, that the Packers pick 32nd again. Finally that Thompson is again in a position to pick the BPA.
     
  3. Jordyruns

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    Andrew Luck at 32
     
  4. ivo610

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    draft a player we cant use?
     
  5. tstej

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    Greg Childs...just reminds me of Jennings alot
     
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    i was going to say Luck too, but then I remembered we have Ardo and Flynn. What more do you need?
     
  7. PackersRS

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    Michael Floyd.

    Quite frankly, he's the only elite player I know of the 2012 draft class...

    And he's good. Boy he's good. Injury prone, he's made of crystal. But he reminds me of Sterling Sharpe.
     
  8. Big E

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    I think you mean Michael Floyd, the WR from Notre Dame? Malcolm Floyd is a WR on the Chargers. Edit:I just checked and they are not related.

    But yes I agree, Michael Floyd is a monster. He's 6'3" and he's got great hands. He goes up and gets pretty much everything near him. In fact, it's possible that the 2012 wide receiver class could be ridiculously good. You've already mentioned Floyd, but let me add to that list Alshon Jeffery (S. Car.) and Justin Blackmon (Ok. St.). All three of them are bigtime playmakers and could be 1st round picks.

    Then there are skilled players who might need to become a little bit more polished, but have starting WR potential. These guys are Mohammad Sanu (Rutgers), Juron Criner (Arizona), and Jeff Fuller (Texas A&M). All six of those receivers are big-bodied receivers, too. Blackmon (6'1") and Sanu (6'2") are the only two of them under 6'3".

    Plus, Ryan Broyles from Oklahoma will be in this class. He's got some amazing numbers for his career, runs good routes, and has good hands. He doesn't fit the same mold as the other receivers but is still extremely talented. Somebody already said Greg Childs, but I haven't seen Arkansas play much so I can't really comment on him.
     
  9. PackersRS

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    Yes. Malcom? I never said that. I said Michael Floyd. No, really, look, it's there!

    (I always, always misses his name. I don't know why, I watch almost every ND game...)
     
  10. Jordyruns

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    It was suppose to be a joke
     
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    Top 5 pick DT Jared Crick. Analysts say he's best fit as a 3-4 end. Man that'll be a badass DL Raji, Crick and Neal.
     
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    [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KvcsffTQojI]YouTube - Vontaze Burfict-All American[/ame]
     
  15. Big E

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    I like the Crick pick. We could use some more talented D-linemen. I've heard of Vontaze Burflict, but haven't ever watched him play. Those highlights make him look like an absolute beast. I know he plays on the inside, but could we move him to the outside? Looks like he's got some good pass-rushing skills.
     

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