2014 NFL Draft

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  1. Extra Point

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    The purpose of this thread is to discuss white prospects for the 2014 NFL draft and how the draft might unfold.
     
  2. Extra Point

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    Texas A&M's Johnny Manziel should be a high pick. Manziel is a dual threat quarterback who won the Heisman trophy as a freshman. He will probably go pro after his sophomore year.
     
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  3. goyim

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    Caste Football favorite WR Jared Abbrederis should be a high pick. He's been unstoppable the entire season.
     
  4. woody39

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    Look for Trent Murphy to be a high pick out of Stanford's Defence! The outside linebacker gets rave reviews from places like walter football so he must be good.....!
     
  5. woody39

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    Don't forget the usual elite left tackles this year its Jake Matthews and Taylor Lewan flying up draft boards. Hate to sound optimistic but could be a good year. Some good tight ends this year, some excellent defensive men in the front 7. Could be a good draft for us! Ben Gardner and Henry Anderson for Stanford again on the defensive line seem to be second round choices. Morgan Breslin of USC and Chris Borland from Wisconsin look like solid draft choices too.
     
  6. whiteathlete33

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    In a fair world, Manziel would probably be the first pick of the draft. He has very similar numbers to Bridgewater and is clearly the better athlete. If he comes out this year he will probably go mid first round however. Some "experts" even expect him to go as high as 4th.
     
  7. woody39

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    I've seen Manziel going 4th to Houston and 12th to Cleveland in some drafts. Also seen AJ Mccarron going to the vikings in the first round at 7th in the first round. I think with Taj Boyd falling could lead to Mccarron going up boards. I think Manziel could go top 5, like you tho think he should go number one he is the best playmaker in the NFL.
     
  8. Average American

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    I believe regardless of which order the QBs are drafted in '14, McCarron (barring injury obviously) will be the best NFL quarterback.
    Reliable, cool under pressure, a back-to-back national champion.. his resume' (to me) is the most NFL primed.

    Bridgewater who is being billed as the next big thing has 61 TDs to 22 picks for his career, compared to McCarron's 63 TDs to 11 picks. Louis'VILE isn't as strong as 'Bama so I don't hold the lack of championships against Bridgewater.. but twice as many career picks will be & show, as a real distinction between the two in the NFL.. even tho some NFL GMs will ignore or gloss it over in their decision making.
     
  9. PHillisFan

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    Mudwater is now being compared to luck by a former Stanford coach. I almost spit out my drink. Comedy at its finest.
     
  10. Leonardfan

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    Bridgewater is geno smiff part two. He plays in an easy conference on the best team in the conference. He was beat by the superior Bortles last week.
     
  11. Leonardfan

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    Also if Manziel was black there would be no doubt that he would be touted as the next big thing like Scam and the gremline were. Instead the media and DWFs are doing there best to rip him apart.
     
  12. Wes Woodhead

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    THats correct, and its maybe the most frustrating thing about football this year to me. Compare everything about Manziel with Newton, and Griffen. Manziel is clearly every bit as good as, or better than both. They were both praised to high heaven, but Manziel is being hunted like a witch.

    It should be obvious to anybody the difference with which the media treats Manziel in comparison to every black QB in the last 20 years.
     
  13. Leonardfan

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    Manziel is getting the Tebow treatment - plain and simple.
     
  14. woody39

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    As someone who is relatively new to the NFL and only been a fan for a few years, I look at Manziel and without being rude he looks like everything that the black QB's are "supposed" to be which is the dual threat, accurate with their arm and amazing with their feet. I dont understand how it can be anything but an agenda against white players when the best quarterback for the new NFL trend of dual threat is being rubbished by all "the experts". He is obviously being rubbished because they see him as a threat to the agenda of getting blacks in the quarter back position. If Manziel can do a better job than what RGIII, Newton etc do, they will have a problem as people may eventually wake up to the agenda!
     
  15. Extra Point

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    Absolutely right!

    Years ago, when Tebow was still in college, someone posted on this site that he would never be allowed to succeed in the NFL. The reason given was that Tebow was a dual threat quarterback and that role was to be filled by blacks only.

    That observation has proven to be prophetic. The anti-whites want the quarterback position to be all black so they came up with the idea that the future belongs to dual threat quarterbacks and that only blacks can be dual threat quarterbacks.

    Tebow and Manziel don't fit their racist plan so they're doing everything they can to destroy their careers.
     
  16. woody39

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    Walterfootball has Taylor Hart of Oregon going in the top of the second round, don't know too much about him but he could be one to watch on the defensive line in the 2014 draft. Seem to be quite alot of defensive linemen high up draft boards, maybe the success of jj watt and the like is helping them!
     
  17. Lew

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    Although he's a douche, Manziel is a pretty good player, but he's also uncoachable. Also all of his off the field problems and character issues raise some huge red flags. I wouldn't take him before the 4th round.


    /DWF
     
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    That's a pretty douchey thing to say
     
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    Uncoachable? How do you know that? Maybe half of the blacks drafted every year are uncoachable and it doesn't change anything.
     
  20. Lew

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    you guys are missing the joke. Thats what the DWF have been saying about him across the message boards, hence the "/DWF" at the end of my post
     
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    Oh! LOL! I thought you were serious.
     
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    i posted about Hart in the defensive leaders thread a couple of days ago. check it out. the dude is a monster.
     
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    Draft Prospects

    Vinnie Sunseri, Safety- I'm not sure if he will leave for NFL, since he just had a season ending injury, but he's a great safety for Alabama and has been considered the quarterback of the defense (it's annoying title, but also an obvious true statement. I wonder why.) He's a great tackler and is often in the right place at the right time. He also had 2 interceptiond returned for touchdowns in the first 5 or six games before he got hurt. He's expected to be the third safety taken this year, if he goes

    Jared Abbrederis, Wide Receiver- This kid is tearing it up for Wisconsin. He has over 700 yards receiving and 5 TDs this year. I've watched him several times, and i'm willing to bet any of you who have watched him have seen just how dominant he is. Against a first round corner from Ohio State, he had over 200 yards. I do think it's rather odd that he's only projected as a third round pick right now though. That may change if he keeps playing this well. No matter how much the NFL has an agenda, I just can't believe that they won't draft a guy in the first round if he dominates like this guy is for a good team all year.

    I can't think of anyone else who hasn't been mentioned yet, but I'm gonna keep my eyes and ears open and bring you guys some more prospects when I find some.
     
  24. Vanilla_Sky

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    Don't forget Max Bullough, Chris Borland, and Shayne Skov (white father, not sure about mom; passes helmet test) who should go early as some of the top ILBs selected. Morgan Bresslin and Brad Daly will also get drafted. DEs Trent Murphy, Ben Gardner, Taylor Hart and Trevor Reilly will also get early looks. Not much DB wise, but in addition to Sunseri, Ty Zimmerman of K State will get drafted. Tanner Miller of Iowa might get a 6-7th round selection.

    For WRs, Abbrederis and Campanaro should get drafted. Alex Neutz and Alex Amidon will hopefully make enough noise for later selections.
     
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    Watching ESPN, and Kiper and McShay have the exact same top 5 NFL prospects, but in a slightly different order. These guys are so smart, and talent evaluation is such an exact science that, out of thousands of college players, they both independently came up with the same 5 players. And, the nfl will draft accordingly. It's all scripted.
     

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