Discussion in 'NFL Draft' started by szarmes, Apr 22, 2010.
Myron Rolle is just a guy ON the field. Nothing special in terms of football talent.
I can think of a reason...
Great guy all around though, but yeah ESPN did a big thing on whether he was being dropped because of his intelligence and taking the Rhodes Scholarship.
Haha I was hoping that the sarcasm of my post would come through just from the sheer inanity of that statement, but afterall it is just text.
well atleast it shows hes got one hell of a right hook... idc what hes done i want this kid
Agreed, he runs with the same violence and athleticism.
I just hope AJ hasn't removed him completely from his draft board.
neither do, look at it this way if we start losing to bad we'll just send blount out there and beat the other teams ***
Norvell talking about Donald Butler...http://www.chargers.com/media-vault/videos/Norv-Turner/0df16758-4f88-4ef4-b175-7c9868376a42
Blount is on the phone.****
i havent seen anyone call his name yet so im ok
he could be talkin to AJ
Could be hte Giants
god i hope not
Should we Pick Hunter Lawerence over Blount???
PUNCH is still on the board, and we're getting closer to our pick!
I think we have a clean shot to LeGarette Blount
Don't really see anyone else I'm really fired up about
I'd be totally surprised if we pull his card. He's not an "AJ guy".
I'm thinking TE or CB.
Yeah I kinda agree with that.
But he's the only power runner I like thats left.
Agreed. I want him. Let me give AJ a call.
Whoa - BIG TE!
Dedrick Epps TE Miami
We are up
Dedrick Epps TE Miami FL
I guess that's to replace Manu as a blocking TE.
alright so our UDFA has to have a RB, K.OL,CB
WalterFootball grades so far. They like our second day picks.
2010 NFL Draft Grades:
12. Ryan Mathews, RB, Fresno State
The Chargers moved up from No. 28 to get Ryan Mathews. Some may consider that a reach, but he was the only sure-fire every-down back remaining on the board, and he fills San Diego's biggest need. I really like this pick - Mathews is perfect for San Diego's offense. Still, it's a lot to give up to go from No. 28 to 12. (Pick Grade: B)
79. Donald Butler, ILB, Washington
The Chargers traded Tim Dobbins yesterday, so a need at inside linebacker opened up. Lots of scouts are high on Donald Butler, as his stock rose a ton between Janauary and April. (Pick Grade: B)
110. Darrell Stuckey, SS, Kansas
Darrell Stuckey is a solid value here and fills a position of need. Good pick. (Pick Grade: B)
146. Cam Thomas, NT, North Carolina
How could these teams allow Cam Thomas to drop to the Chargers like this? Thomas was a second-round prospect and fills a huge need for San Diego. (Pick Grade: A)
168. Jonathan Crompton, QB, Tennessee
Jonathan Crompton has the physical skills of a starting quarterback, but really needs to be coached up. He's a really good developmental project. (Pick Grade: A)
Blocker, good hands, very good worker
Maybe we get Blount as a UDFA! :icon_rofl:
I don't love this pick, looks to me like a 3rd TE/practice squad player.
I think we could have used another RB, or OT depth.
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