Wouldn't Cody be in a rotation with Jenks?
No further pre-draft moves
1: Terrence Cody - Plays DE in place of Douglas in a rotation with DeVito.
2: Corey Wootton - Rotates with Ellis, eventually replaces Ellis.
4: Greg Hardy - Want a natural pass rusher? Here's the draft possible best.
5: Joshua Moore - Athletic CB who can actually defend the pass.
6: Blair White - Slot.
7: Zoltan Mesko - The Sultan of Punt.
Wouldn't Cody be in a rotation with Jenks?
This mock pleases me.
1. I can't see how Cody can past San Diego
2. Wooten has a knee problem, does anyone Have a status ? Can you imagine starting DE's of Wooten at 6'7 and Pituatoua at 6'8
4. I can see Hardy , slipping to the bottem of the fourth, patiance could yield the steal of this years draft , stick him on IR for 2010 if you have to...
5. Moore should have stayed in school, true developmental pick, with a huge upside.
6. Blair White , nice size, see him outside rather than the slot
7. Mesko would make Westoff a happy man. Consider flopping White & Mesko
In my mind Wooten & Potty are the same player, I am looking to go for immediate need with that second round pick. How about CB Murphy or Ghee at 61 to play nickel , or Burnett at Safety. Kindly keep Moore in the fifth
( very tired of Drew Coleman getting toasted). Great Draft
Wootton is one of my favorite players so i like the draft.
plus you gotta love bringing jersey boys back home especially one from rutherford in your own back yard.
this draft will fix our front 7 for years.
i like that hardy is dropping like a stone. better for us in the 4th.
Wootton's a way better pass rusher than Pito.
If not Blair White in the 6th, then Shay Hodge.
I'd be OK with that.
Just a thought, wouldn't Jenkins make a better DE than Cody, who is probably not athletic/quick enough to provide any passrush?
Damn... can't say i like this at all. I'm ok with Cody if thats the way it works out, but Wootton and Hardy? No way jose. Hardy as a 4th possibly, but Wootton? I want nothing to do with him. He's tapped out and doesn't have the blood lust.
Random thought, but I'm not convinced Wootton could play 3-4 DE.
At best, he's probably only 10 pounds too light. In reality, probably more like 15-20 (I'm no expert, but I don't see a ton of room in his frame to add that either). Especially when you consider his 270 is spread over a 6'6" frame. Just physically looking at him, the guy looks like a big linebacker or a 4-3 DE, not someone who can play on a 3-4 Line.
For my money, I'd rather have an Alex Carrington or a Arthur Jones.
Last edited by Ven0m; 03-22-2010 at 12:24 PM.
I think Wootton's alot like Chris Canty as a prospect, even going down to the knee injuries. Canty was around 270 or so in college. He was 279 during his draft offseason.
Carrington could definitely work. I like Wootton's pass rushing ability better.
Last edited by SenorGato; 03-22-2010 at 01:10 PM.
I like everything but the picks in round 2 and round 4. If we go Cody than I don't think we need another D-lineman that early. And Hardy has turd written all over him. Not a fan. And that late WR selection is probably wishful thinking.
Nevermind, just because Canty did it doesn't mean that Wootton can. I'm always skeptical about a player adding mass once he joins the NFL. I mean, he'll be 23 next year, how many people add substantial muscle mass/growth at that age?
If given the choice, I'd rather have the player who I know is the right size rather then the one who might become that in a couple years (And in the meantime, he'll probably be worthless because he'll be too undersized).
Cody can't play DE and neither can Wooten (in 3-4).
In the 21st century NFL? On a 6'6 frame? Alot of guys.I mean, he'll be 23 next year, how many people add substantial muscle mass/growth at that age?
I also don't think he'd be useless per se...just not exactly a 3-4 end yet. I'm looking for him to weigh in around 285 during his best years, and I'm counting on having Cody on the line allowing for a smaller DE to play up. He'd be replacing Ellis as the starting 3-4 DE that can rush the passer. He fits the mold...so does Carrington, who admittedly is more pro ready. Carrington is the Dan Williams to Wootton's Cody.
would having a guy like cody help a guy like gholston or is that just wishful thinking?
^^ Yea, no. I'd rather Cody take on Gholston's diet.
Also, yes, two big bodies on the DL would open up our LBs more.
Just wanted to kick this one around here:
Our first, 5th, and Leon for Marshall and Denver's 3rd.
2nd: Corey Wootton
3rd: Dominique Franks
4th: Greg Hardy
6th: Vince Oghobaase
7th: Rashawn Jackson
Last edited by SenorGato; 03-22-2010 at 10:51 PM.
Another Cody mock that would work:
2: Toby Gerhart
4: Dominique Franks
5: Vince Oghobaase
6: Shay Hodge
7: Zoltan Mesko