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Number 8.....

Roquan Smith LB Georgia.......

 

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Our very own Patrick Willis....

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Hes good....Ill take it. Still pissed until they DO SOMETHING to protect the QB. Better be in the 2nd

"Jay Cutler can throw a football and cut it through the elements as well as anyone out there. Arm talent immense, the upside you love it. The reason I'm critical is I wish I had it"-Trent Dilfer

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I like his sideline to sideline ability and agility....reminds me of someone???

 

But hey, can't get too excited. That was just a highlight reel.

re-Build 3.0

My 2018 Prediction...7-9 or 8-8 if they get lucky.

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ORIGINALLY POSTED BY me654

Hes good....Ill take it. Still pissed until they DO SOMETHING to protect the QB. Better be in the 2nd

They were trying to move up last night so I think they might be trying to get Will Hernandez.  That would be a great pick up for the Oline.  He's beast.  They could move all the way up to the first pick in the second round if they give Cleveland one of their 4th round picks.  This should be interesting.

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With what's still available, if they don't trade, I'd bet on Landry, Carter & Hernandez to be the names to look out for. It wouldn't surprise me to see them trade up as there were rumors that Pace was trying to trade back into the 1st round, that after the rumors that he tried to move up from #8. He's getting a reputation for being quite aggressive in the draft... Just wish he also was getting a reputation for getting value in his trades.

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ORIGINALLY POSTED BY _Afrocomb

With what's still available, if they don't trade, I'd bet on Landry, Carter & Hernandez to be the names to look out for. It wouldn't surprise me to see them trade up as there were rumors that Pace was trying to trade back into the 1st round, that after the rumors that he tried to move up from #8. He's getting a reputation for being quite aggressive in the draft... Just wish he also was getting a reputation for getting value in his trades.

Sutton, don't forget Sutton might still be there. Looks to me that Pace will have no excuses not to get a solid pick up with our second pick too.

Train like you are 2nd, but play like you are 1st.

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ORIGINALLY POSTED BY Calbrooks

 

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With what's still available, if they don't trade, I'd bet on Landry, Carter & Hernandez to be the names to look out for. It wouldn't surprise me to see them trade up as there were rumors that Pace was trying to trade back into the 1st round, that after the rumors that he tried to move up from #8. He's getting a reputation for being quite aggressive in the draft... Just wish he also was getting a reputation for getting value in his trades.

Sutton, don't forget Sutton might still be there. Looks to me that Pace will have no excuses not to get a solid pick up with our second pick too.

Have no interest in Sutton. Don't see him close to BPA and not the greatest area of need. I'd rather take a gamble or two on later round WRs and if they don't work out go for a true stud WR next year.

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It gives me great pleasure to announce the 39th pick.

James Daniels Center Iowa!!!!

Should be a great pick by Pace....another in the long list of OLmen coached by the Iowa staff....will be well versed in technique and fundamentals!

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In January, after Daniels had made the decision to turn pro early, Kirk Ferentz — the 20th-year Hawkeye head coach and longtime offensive line assistant under Hayden Fry at Iowa and under Bill Belichick in the NFL — said this of his departing center: “I don’t know if I’ve ever coached a more talented center prospect, and that includes my time in the NFL. He’s got some skills that are unusual.” Ferentz would add, “In my mind, he could go and play guard for anyone (in the NFL) next year.”

That right there speaks volumes. The reserved Ferentz isn’t known to puff up players with praise, and he's seen hundreds of linemen up close in his lengthy career. 

But beyond the obvious measurable talent in Daniels’ testing,the Bears are getting a high-character, extremely intelligent and very affable young man who will be an asset in the locker room. While still raw in his skills, Daniels has all the tools — if his knees can hold up — to become an eight- or 10-year starter in the NFL.

https://www.hawkcentral.com/story/sports/college/columnists/chad-leistikow/2018/04/27/chicago-bears-nfl-draft-prospect-analysis-iowa-center-james-daniels/542890002/

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