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3. Minnesota Vikings - Jackson Jeffcoat, DE Texas
20. Houston Texans - T.J. McDonald, S USC
22. Dallas Cowboys - Eric Reid, S LSU
25. Cincinnati Bengals - Alex Okafor, DE Texas
This post was edited by mcb0703 23 months ago
Texas better have some Orakpo and Kindle sack numbers this year with two first round DE's.
Don't need to go 46 and blitz every down if they are as good as that.
Jeffcoat needs to hit the weights, according to Mack's site he is 6'5" 250, not big enough to be a 4-3 DE in the NFL and I don't think he has the athleticism to be a 3-4 OLB.
Oscar Giles gets more than his share of criticism on this site...yet he could potentially have 2 1st rounders next year
Cowboys doing better than the Texans? I find that questionable.
Okafor is who looked like a Top 10 pick late in the year.....not Jeffocoat.
Okafor looked shot out of a cannon on every snap against some very good Aggy offensive tackles.
Both of these guys should have huge years, but I think Jeffcoat needs another year with Bennie Wylie after his injury this season to get ready for the NFL. I think if he plays in 2013 that he could be a very high draft pick in 2014.
I think you need to rewatch some of our games towards the end of the season. Not to take away from Okafor at all, but Jackson was unblockable at times. Even with a torn pec.
Watch the Cal game. There is one play were JJ just explodes into the backfield and sacks the QB. He was pretty amazing.
It's using pretty much the same order as the 2012 draft.
Another site(Barking?) had this stat recently.
Jeffcoat and Okafor combined for 2 sacks in the first 6 games last year. In the last 6 games they combined for 12 sacks.
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