Walter put down the crack pipe. You had to smoking it when you came up with this draft and what the Lions are going to do. Give me a break they are not going to take two DL in the first two rounds. Two DL with questions about there ability to play physical football. This had to be the worst Lions draft I have seen all year and that is saying something. You have no clue about Bob Quinn and where he has come from to think he is dumb enough to draft two DL in the first two rounds. One of their first two picks will be spent on the OL.
@Mr. Bitter I could see that happening, but if we want to address DE in the first there's no reason to pass on Buckner who's a much better fit. With the depth at the position in this draft however, I'd still much rather prefer Ramsey in the first and then Bullard/Jones/Clark or whoever else falls into the second.
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Ian Campbell, P, UTEP
Height: 5-11. Weight: 170. Projected Round (2011): 7-FA. 3/9/13: Campbell averaged 43 yards per punt in 2012.
9/3/12: Campbell was fourth in the nation with an average of 46.13 yards per punt last season. He punted for an average of 45.1 yards in 2010. Campbell had 17 punts over 50 yards with eight touchbacks, eight fair catches and 15 punts landed inside the 20. That was his first season with UTEP.
If Campbell improves, the senior could be a selected in the 2013 NFL Draft.