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    Football Gameplan's 2014 NFL Draft Prospect Rankings - RBs



    Good afternoon Jets fans! Here's my final rankings for the RB position

    Enjoy!

    Em

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    Quote Originally Posted by EmDiggy View Post


    Good afternoon Jets fans! Here's my final rankings for the RB position

    Enjoy!

    Em
    I'm surprised to see Sankey and Carey so low.

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    Based on some of the mock simulators, it looks like really good RBs can be had in rounds 3-5.

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    Give me Lache Seastrunk or Tre Mason.

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    Ivory should be our 1st/2nd down guy ... Would like a quick nimble guy with excellent hands in round 4-7

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    If we got one of the big 3 wideouts in rd 1 and Seastrunk in 2 I'm a happy man- pick up a decent G, WR and TE in free agency and we could win 11 games.

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    Quote Originally Posted by David Harris View Post
    If we got one of the big 3 wideouts in rd 1 and Seastrunk in 2 I'm a happy man- pick up a decent G, WR and TE in free agency and we could win 11 games.
    I see Tre Mason as our McCoy for Marty.
    I just have a feeling about this guy after watching him play, he has that make the 1st guy miss talent that you can't teach & he can catch out of the backfield. Those two assets make offenses dangerous if we solidify our WRs.

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    Charles Sims has quickly become on of my favorite RB in the draft. If he's there when our 3rd round pick is up, I'd seriously consider taking him.

    And if by chance he's there in the 4th, I'd jump all over him

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    This guy is nuts if he thinks Kadeem Carey is the 15th best RB in thus class behind all those division one backs that are still playing high school football, same goes for Sankey. Agree on his assesment of Wilder Jr. though.

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    IDK,....I kinda like D. Freeman, as a faster version of Ivory......

    But sign me up for some Tre Mason, a BEAST in the making!

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    Tre would be a great pickup for the Jets. From the draft simulators it certainly looks like the Jets could sit patiently and a productive rb will be available in the mid to later rounds.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FijiJet View Post
    Tre would be a great pickup for the Jets. From the draft simulators it certainly looks like the Jets could sit patiently and a productive rb will be available in the mid to later rounds.
    Great job. Glad to see Isaiah Crowell get some love. I think he will be a steal. He killed at Georgia before he was thrown off the team. I would love to have him on the Jets as long as he keeps his head on straight.

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