They played sides. Whoever came to their side they covered.
Zero except maybe with quarterbacks.
Perrine is another guy who can't move. One thing about Lacy, he could avoid people if he had to and he could get to the edge. You have to be able to do that in McCarthy's running game.
Eight more picks before the Packers pick.
He doesn't set the board. Thompson and his staff do. If they want opinions from McCarthy and his staff on players, they'll ask, but personnel department sets the board. Thompson makes the pick. McCarthy and Thompson will evaluate the roster before the draft, but it's all Thompson in the draft.
Probably Jordan Willis. 4.53. Carl Lawson is up there, too.
Kind of a stiff pass rushing type. Tough guy with some strength, but probably not the kind who can make a lot of pass rush moves quickly.
He has some potential. He plays hard. I don't know a whole lot more about him though.
I think it's a possibility. More size to the secondary but he doesn't fit the speed factor Wolf was talking about. If they're looking for a really fast corner in the second, it might have to be Moreau from UCLA or Tankersley from Clemson. Both are 4.4 guys.
Jourdain Lewis from Michigan is another possibility at corner.
One issue with Lewis is that he's only 5-10, but he can play the slot and he's not soft. Plays press.
Him, too. Whoops, didn't know about that.
There goes Zach Cunningham to the Texans.
As I've said, I think it will be a pass rusher. Willis is definitely a possibility if he's there. I don't think Williams is their type of guy. Not sure if he'd be a good fit.
I'm assuming Taylor again. Isn't Jayrone doing the third round?
I think the biggest issue with Willis is that he's a tweener. Not sure he can play in a 3-4 and he's definitely a tough sell in a 4-3 unless you're playing that Wide 9 technique.
Seahawks are up now. Then Chiefs, Cowboys and Packers.
I'm going to go with Willis.
Seahawks take Ethan Pocic. He's a huge center. 6-6.