The order of these teams cracks me up. Say Chuck, have you seen Green Bay play this year? On the flip side, have you seen Denver or Minnesota play? Try changing up your draft order to how the teams are currently playing, it will change your drafts more from week to week, instead of looking the same.
if the Saints would pass on home town once in a lifetime type of player in Leonard Fournette I would DIE!! Mark Ingram hasn't shown to be all that great. We will likely have a new young QB in a few years and a BEAST back would do him wonders. Hell he may help Brees last a little longer in that he won't have to pass 100 times a game. Delvin Breaux, PJ Williams, DeVante Harris, Ken Crawley, Damian Swann, and Kyle Wilson will be plenty enough depth at corner. The 2 UDFA corners have played good considering they are undrafted. I think PJ was gonna have a good year before the devastating concussion. We are missing Sheldon Rankins right now and our top 3 corners. This D isn't as bad as most think, but the devastating injuries to all our corners have killed us, which would happen to every team out there. Plus I'm scared of Bama corners BIG TIME!! They seem to bust or take forever to produce!!
Yet again, I will follow Walt's lead for this draft order outside the fact that the Bears land the top pick over the 49ers or Browns, I have more faith in Cutler running into wins before I do with Kessler or Gabbert. Also, there are still some players not in the system such as the Illini DEs, Justin Evans and Malik Hooker at safety. Until they are in I will mock without them.
Can drive with either hand and change direction in a flash
Outstanding in transition
Court vision in the open floor
Can run the point if needed
Ability to attack, draw defenders and dish to the open man
NBA-ready build, very strong
Solid rebounder for a guard
Forces too many shots
At 6-4 is a bit undersized for an NBA two guard
Not a stand-out athlete
Summary: Jones has developed into a great scorer in carrying the load for South Florida this season and gained attention as a possible first-round pick in the 2010 NBA Draft. But because he is considered a combo guard and lacks a true NBA position, he will remain on that first-round bubble. He will test the waters this summer but leave the option open to return for his senior season if he does not feel he will be one of the first 30 players picked.
Player Comparison: Shannon Brown. Like Jones, Brown was considered undersized for the ideal two-guard in the NBA, but has shown the ability to play some point in the NBA which is something Jones will have to do as well. Neither player is a real threat from downtown and are most dangerous when attacking the basket.