DOLPHINS: Unger and the draft
mroz66 at comcast.net
Sun Jan 4 22:32:12 GMT 2009
> Way too early to tell. We will pick about 23-26 I guess?
Marvin am I wrong in thinking that we can't pick any lower then 23? i always
thought that the non-playoff teams picked first (1-20) then the order was
determined by when you are eliminated and your record. So for example, this
week end the Colts (12-4) Fins (11-5) and Falcons (11-5) will pick behind
the loser of the last game (Minn and Philly both have a worse record then
any of the teams that alreay lost). So it should be Phlly/Minn loser at 21
then either the Falcons or Fins depending on tie breaker and lastly the
Colts at 24.
> Right now, Mayock rates Unger the 17th overall senior.
I think the deal with Max will come down to what position does the team that
picks him want him to play. If he is seen as a center/guard he is going to
slide into the middleof the 2nd round. If they see him at a OT he will be a
> Another thing effecting Unger will be this draft has about 4 other really
> good looking centers who are no later than 4th round types if not sooner.
> Alex Mack, Cal, projected 2nd, Jonathan Luigs, Arkansas, projected 2nd or
> 3rd, Eric Wood, Louisville, 3rd, and Antoine Caldwell, Alabama, 3rd or
This is a very good year for centers. Mack has even been projected at a late
1st rounder by some but I think he will slide cause like you said center
don't normally go ing the 1st round.
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