Report: Steelers Intend On Drafting Ben Roethlisberger A Tall Wide Receiver Early

In the latest mock draft that Daniel Jeremiah of NFL.com released this week, he has the Pittsburgh Steelers once again selecting Florida State wide receiver Kelvin Benjamin with the 15th overall selection. Benjamin of course is one of the taller wide receivers in this year’s draft class and according to one Steelers beat writer, the team intends on drafting a tall one early on.

In his Wednesday online chat, Gerry Dulac of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette said the Steelers have already indicated to quarterback Ben Roethlisberger that the plan right now is to draft a tall receiver early in the draft. Also, to nobody’s surprise, he also believes this to be an indication that soon-to-be unrestricted free agent wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders will be allowed to sign elsewhere during the free agent signing period.

So how tall is tall? Taller than Sanders and Antonio Brown, both of whom measured in at the 2010 scouting combine at under 5’11″? Or are we talking about tall like Plaxico Burress, who is somewhere in the 6’6″ range?

Benjamin is listed at 6’5″ by several websites, while Texas A&M wide receiver Mike Evans is expected to measure in at roughly the same height at the combine. Vanderbilt wide receiver Jordan Matthews measured in at just under 6’3″ at the Senior Bowl last month, while Penn State wide receiver Allen Robinson should come in at right around that same height.

Dulac’s report is pretty specific in that Roethlisberger knows the Steelers intent. However, we all know that intentions don’t mean guarantees when it comes to the draft.

Interpret this report however you wish.

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  • treeher

    2nd-3rd round qualifies as “early” in my book.

  • MC

    As long as its a playmaking big WR and not just someone who fits the size requirements.

  • Caesar

    Might “big receiver” mean a flex TE like Ebron? He might be the best value at 15.

  • 20Stoney

    A “tall receiver” could also be a tight end.

  • Matt Manzo

    ‘Tis the season for smoke screens!

  • Iron Cadet

    I really doubt that the steelers would leak their draft priorities. I’m calling bs. I also don’t see a tall receiver worthy of 1:15. So they are either going to reach or guarantee that one falls to 2:15?

  • Iron Cadet

    It says “a tall WIDE receiver” not a tall receiver. Ebron would look good in black and gold though

  • Kevin Gobleck

    Honestly i think my favorite is Robinson, he has good hands, great leaping ability, knows how to high point a ball, and is used to screens. Sounds like a perfect fit to me

  • Kevin Gobleck

    What if they want you to think it’s a smoke screen and that’s actually their intention, a double smoke screen!

  • Jason White

    I think it depends on what they do prior to the draft, it depends on Kelvin Benjamin as well. If he has good offseason workouts and jumps up in the draft you could take him at 15 overall or he may fall to a mid second round pick which would be good value in the 2nd round. Also depends on who’s available at 15 in the first.

  • Jason White

    I certainly don’t think you pass on someone like Justin Gilbert or Darqueze Dennard if they are available unless you address corner in free agency with someone like Verner. I can’t wait till some offseason activities gets underway.

  • Brian Tollini

    1. I am sure the Steelers are looking to draft a WR. 2. I am sure they would prefer him to be on the taller side. 3. I am positive they don’t know which position they are taking yet in the 1st round.

  • Kevin Gobleck

    not necessarily the first just probably the 1st-3rd rounds

  • Madi

    Ebron is wider than most of the receivers.

  • LayDownTheHammer

    If this happens in reality, this team is going down the crapper. All offense and no defense is a recipe for no more SBs in Tomlin’s Steelers career. This is how “the Steelers Way” is lost. Mark my words and don’t forget it; y’all can bitch at me once the Steelers win a SB first.

  • Kevin Gobleck

    So your against drafting offense early? They didn’t say they were drafting all O they might mean rounds 2 or 3 i’m sure what side they side they go in the first they will go the opposite in the second. There are holes on both sides of the ball, so we should draft accordingly

  • Iron Cadet

    hahaha touche

  • dgh57

    Colbert has already reportedly made it known that he thinks this draft is as deep as he’s seen it in 30 years. Last I heard there were 98 underclassmen declaring for this draft thus possibly pushing talent down to us. Plus depending on who you ask, early can mean 2nd – 3td rounds also which allows us plenty of time to still get what this team needs most of and that is defensive help in the secondary. I still think we can get a good quality CB and/or FS in the 2nd and 3 rds if indeed a WR is taken in the 1st rd.

  • SFIC

    In drafting a “receiver”, this could mean a TE like Amaro or Ebron which to me would be far better than either Benjamin or Evans.

  • pat

    I see us trading back in the 1st with Ari and getting Pryor or Gilbert and in the 2nd we get Matthews and Skov

  • JAMESH

    And Gerry Dulac has been used before by the FO to leak their message.

  • JAMESH

    So many teams will be reaching for a QB before our pick that a “better than #15 pick” should be available to us. That would mean great value to stay where we are.

  • Kevin Gobleck

    maybe if we get lucky a good QB falls and a team really wants them and trades with us being as there is a 50/50 shot the cowboys are after us, and they might be looking for a replacement for Romo. It is a long shot but crazier things have happended

  • Kevin Gobleck

    well with how deep this class is, it’s guaranteed that a Tall receiver is there in the second, and here is hoping it is a good one!

  • Ike Evans

    Honestly….I think mike Evans is a TE …. That dude is bigger then Aaron Hernandez lol

  • JAMESH

    Romo does turn 34 on April 21.

  • Ike Evans

    He doesn’t have good hands….that’s the known knock on him….and he can’t separate from press coverage

  • Ike Evans

    Ah man I’m sooooooo down with this idea…..Pryor is a MONSTER, gilbert is a playmaker we need, Matthews is this years Keenan allen, and skov had some really good numbers in college last year and great size

  • Kevin Gobleck

    From what I’ve read and watched he does have good hands he just needs to use them more(instead of body), and that is definitely teachable. Now the question on him is his speed, he can get separation with short stuff it’s just his deep field speed that can hurt him. I will be waiting for his 40 yrd dash at the combine

  • Kevin Gobleck

    Yeah that’s a big knock on him but hell he could turn 21 in April the guy still couldn’t lead a game winning drive when it counts. So maybe the stars align for us again

  • Weiss Chad

    He might be best value but id pass on him if mosely, lee, brown, dennard, mack r there .If not id trade back for maybe pryor or even tuitt amaro
    .I think we wil get 3 more yrs out of heath so unless they mimic pats offense or one of the big 3 tes slip to second

  • Weiss Chad

    anthony barr is best player in this draft imo but i dont know how he would fit our roster

  • steelster

    Marquise lee has the potential to be a top 20 receiver in the nfl. Lee was dominant in 2012. Had he come out last year he could have been a top 5 pick.
    Watch his you tube highlights. He is a great open field runner. He may be a better version of samtonio holmes. He is a great route runner and nfl ready. Almost all of these tall wr are poor route runners and have trouble getting separation.

  • SFIC

    Barr isn’t even on my board at 15. I got to watch a few Bruins games this year and focused on him a lot. I do not see the hype whatsoever. I even went back and rewatched highlights of him on YouTube and nothing changed my mind. I’d much rather trade down and take Ford as a lethal situation pass rusher than take a chance on Barr.

  • SFIC

    I totally agree. The so called reports of dropped passes are blown out of proportion. Lee is a true weapon especially after the catch. As far as the best receivers I have him behind Wadkins and Amaro and just ahead of Ebron.

  • mlc43

    Bro….overreact much?

  • Kenneth Wilt

    I think this implies we are looking to get someone in the first 2 rounds. This, assuming it is true, should bring some focus to our Mock Drafts.

  • Matt Manzo

    Ya! Could be a quadruple smoke screen cuz it could mean TE or WR! I’d love to be in the war room of some spazzed out team saying, do u think they’re taking Benjamin or Ebron??!!! I don’t know?!!! Let’s take Benjamin, no let’s take Ebron!!!
    And then we take Gilbert, CB! And the other team says,… Wait we needed a CB too?
    GOD I WISH THEY TELEVISED WAR ROOMS!!!!

  • gene mann

    I still rather see them draft the Best WR no mater size.

  • Matt Manzo

    I saw a mock a few days ago that had us taking Odell Beckham in the 2nd, with ARobinson still on the board?! (Going the very next pick)
    Can someone explain that to me?

  • steelster

    matt, beckham is really fast, it’s just a team that prefers speed over size. Can Robinson consistently get open in the nfl, not sure?

  • dgh57

    Relax man, we still will have 6 more rounds after the first along with compensatory picks in a deep draft across the board(at least according to Colbert) flush with underclassmen! Someones going to fall to us and maybe with some luck in more than 1 round!

  • Kevin Gobleck

    That could be a million dollar idea

  • Kevin Gobleck

    Well you see there is this thing called “Pot” and when you smoke it, it causes you to make irrational decisions

  • Eric MacLaurin

    He’s been called a tool more than once

  • Matt Manzo

    I just didn’t know anything about Beckham, haven’t even heard his name before that! I’d take speed over size as long as they can catch and take a hit.

  • SFIC

    Far out, man!

  • Matt Manzo

    It was Baltimore getting Robinson right after us, and they got Ebron in the 1st! That’s what pissed me off the most! I’m tired of AFC North teams taking my guys! Burfict, then Simon!

  • Matt Manzo

    That’s what I thought the NFL network would be!

  • Kevin Gobleck

    I think i’d actually feel threatened by them, but then again they have joe flacco

  • Kevin Gobleck

    maybe if they just go to the team that is on the clock so it wouldn’t hint to other teams what they may do

  • SFIC

    Back in the September the two Gator CBs were we’re ranked 1 and 2 on most boards, then they went up against LSUs Beckham and Landry. They burned those CBs big time. NFL teams are really going to need to do their homework on WRs this year. There are 4th rders who can be be starters.

  • Kevin Gobleck

    I actually like Landry better than Beckham, he has much better hands and is taller too

  • SFIC

    This class has “pick your poison” written all over it. Big ones, small ones, quick ones, hands catchers…whichever you want you can get a good one, even if you wait till later.

  • Don

    Think how good the Steelers might have been in the 70s had they focused more on defense in the 1st round. 1970-76, offense 5 out of 7 times.
    1970: Bradshaw QB
    1971: Frank Lewis WR
    1972: Franco RB
    1974: Swann WR
    1976: Cunningham TE

  • Shannon Stephenson

    TE is a bigger need IMO than WR is. I think to say you are going to draft a tall WR handcuffs the way you draft anyways. If a good quality player is available to us and he happens to be a tall WR to me that is fine but to say that is what you are going after could cause problems in the draft process.

  • Douglas Andrews

    I’d be okay with them drafting any of the ones you mentioned except Mike Evans dude looks like he’s running in quicksand. Who cares if your 6’5″ if your running a 4’9 40 and only able to use your height for jump ball type of catches. The other guys mentioned look like the real deal speed and size.

  • WIINGY

    Not in the first round, because that’s when the Steelers are taking Calvin Pryor :)

  • WIINGY

    If the Steelers take Pryor or Gilbert it will be at 15. Trade back and they are both gone.

    I like them both, but Pryor is a BEAST. Dude can hit.

  • Iron Cadet

    watch some tape of odell beckham Jr. He is ranked ahead of robinson by many including cbs sports, and sb nation.

  • CrazyTerry

    I think the Steelers need to go to a 2 TE attack more often considering Ben’s skills are buying time and finding space. Imagine the havoc a NE style 2 TE duo could do to help Ben find that space. Ben is best at those 15-25 yard passes.

  • WIINGY

    Amaro would be.
    He pretty much played receiver.

  • WIINGY

    Safety is thin.

    Calvin Pryor or bust.

  • WIINGY

    Pryor is going to the Steelers at #15

  • The Great Mr Slippery

    they have to go defense round 1. I would love mathews rnd 2 but if they go evans round 1 ill just die

  • Jollyrob68

    Rd 1Marques Lee or M. Bryant of Clemson rd 2-3.
    I see them trading back for an extra pick.

  • steelster

    The steelers can dump a lot of salary by realeasing Woodley, taylor, and Troy P. By doing that they should be able to sign two free agents that will start on defense. They can fill in the other holes with the draft. The steelers lost 7 starters last year and probably will lose 4 this year. Losing half your starters over two years is a lot to overcome. Hard to see them making the playoffs anytime soon. However, the afc sucks so you never no.

  • steelster

    marques lee is a first rounder

  • ATL96STEELER

    Ebron would be an excellent choice for a team that has an OC that will be creative, and not worry about the position tag…he can split wide, slot or in tight and has the speed to get to the deep middle…he’s a decent blocker…imo he’s a better NFL ready guy for next season than Mosley, Dennard, Mack.

    Lee is a good player, but imo he’s not the ideal #2 for A. Brown…need a burner, or a big bodied guy that play.

    2nd round…I seriously doubt either of the big 3 last into the 2nd round…GB, KC, NE are 3 teams I can think of that would snatch them off the board. SEA would love a playmaker in the middle.

  • Alexander Sebastian Heath

    That’s what I’m hoping for. There is no really good tall WR except for tight ends. At 15 TEs provide better value.

  • steeltown

    Yea.. no way he knows their intent. Im sure they will draft WR and I bet he will have size, but the draft is unpredictable. Anything can happen.

  • steeltown

    Agreed. Im sure they will draft WR and bet he has size, but to say you know their intent is to do it early is a stretch. Anything can happen, defensive guys could fall in their lap and force them to draft WR later on

  • Chad H

    Jared Abbrederis, WR, Wisconsin
    Height: 6-2. Weight: 188.
    Projected 40 Time: 4.41.
    Projected Round (2014): 2-3.
    I would take him in rd 2. He is fast and said to be a great route runner. Had a bad QB and still put up good numbers. I believe he has true 1st rd value over Evans and Benjamin.

  • NW86

    And they just gave him a $100M plus extension, and they will restructure it any day now, resulting in more dead money in exchange for 2014 cap relief and locking themselves in with him for at least a couple more years. LOL…whenever we think we have cap problems, you only need to look at Dallas, it can really brighten your day.
    All that said, this means that Dallas won’t draft a QB in the 1st. They are locked in with Romo for a couple more years and they are in “win now” mode (even though they have been for years and it hasn’t been working).

  • NW86

    Just curious, do you like him over Ha Ha, or are you assuming Ha Ha will be off the board already? I’m not a film watcher and don’t pretend to know, but most of the big boards I’ve seen show Ha Ha as the top rated Safety.

  • 20Stoney

    Dulac said “tall reciever”.

  • westcoasteeler

    If by tall WR they mean a defensive juggernaut…great!

  • Bill Sechrengost

    When you look at the list of higher draft picks that are 6′ 3″ or taller, such as Mike Evans, Texas A & M, Kelvin Benjamin, Florida St, Allen Robinson, Penn State, Jordan Matthews, Vanderbilt, Martavis Bryant, Clemson, and even Cody Hoffman, BYU (some off the field concerns with him, though), any of these guys would help the Steelers. It’s hard not to be excited about that.

  • Jeff

    I agree with a lot of the comments in here. I think Ebron is my early favorite if he’s available at #15.

  • Steeler Fanatic

    I might be in the, minority but the team better focus heavily on defense early and not think one moment about a big receiver. I think that whole big receiver thing is overblown. The Seahawks won it with speed and average-sized receivers. Eric Decker is a tall receiver and he was shut down in the Super Bowl.I’m still so frustrated that the Steelers gave up a conditional 3rd rounder by having Sanders sign, wasted a fourth rounder on Landry Jones… then this makes more sense because they have more picks.

  • Jacob Dixon

    What bout Nate Burlson guy was released by Detriot

  • blackandgoldBullion

    The more I see and learn about Ebron and the more I like him. Unfortunately, I want a CB in the first round and defense most of the way through the draft.

    WR comes in the 3rd or 4th round, like usual.

  • Steeler Fanatic

    The thing is what does a big dominant receiver do for you. Calvin Johnson, L-Fitz and Jimmy Graham (I know, tight end), all were watching the Super Bowl… the former two guys watched the playoffs most years. I’d rather go after a small school guy at wideout, like Tulane’s Ryan Grant. Give me an elite route runner with good speed and quickness that fights and high-points the ball, and that’s my guy. Mike Evans could be dominant, but he also could be a bad route runner and gets pushed around.

  • Jonathon Bert Schade

    How about a productive WR, no matter what his size?

  • WIINGY

    I like him over HaHa. He would help bring the Steelers back to playing physical.

  • LayDownTheHammer

    Well the only O we need early is OT. Nothing else is worth a high draft pick.

  • LayDownTheHammer

    Just passionate for my team and want for it to go in the right direction instead of being usurped.

  • LayDownTheHammer

    With Tomlin’s drafting history in the late rounds, we functionally have only 3 rounds of the draft. One of which doesn’t have a pick and currently depends on the NFL graciously giving us a comp for Mikey.

  • LayDownTheHammer

    But there was barely any offense then before these guys were drafted! We have it a lot better now

  • LayDownTheHammer

    I haven’t seen much tape on Pryor so enlighten us on your thoughts; hopefully you didn’t read it on a scouting report but saw it with your own eyes. I agree on HaHa, I think from the tape I’ve seen his cover skills are suboptimal.

  • LayDownTheHammer

    Yes but the #1 position (which is head&shoulders above #2) will have been picked – Matthews, Dennard, even Sammy.

  • Kevin Gobleck

    So drafting a play maker who can instantly make an impact like a tall WR or TE who could potentially help the defense by keeping the offense on the field is not worth and early pick? I think no matter what is said we will only agree to disagree on this topic

  • LayDownTheHammer

    Be careful with the term “instantly make an impact” because there are very very few players every year who are actually such, despite around this time everyone being hyped to do so. 1st rounders we drafted who were touted as such include our last 2 1st rounders plus (ugh) Mike Adams.

    Issue #2 – tall doesn’t mean impact. Come on Kevin, I know you do know that lest I begin the discussion of Mike Williams, Charles Rogers, Limas, etc. The best WR in this draft is 6’1. Both real tall ones have iffy route running and lack polish = low chance for Day 1 impact. No real standout TE like I saw with Eifert and Ertz last year.

  • Kevin Gobleck

    I understand that tall doesn’t mean impact, i am just talking about offense in general. I would be fine with someone like Odell Beckham who is 6’0 but is dynamic and can score running, catching or returning the football.Although you and I both know Ben will be banging the drums for a tall receiver meaning he will always be trying to get him the ball in the end zone. I also believe that the three top tight ends are worth their projected rounds, and that their talent level is right around Eiferts

  • LayDownTheHammer

    There are lots of WRs and RBs that are dynamic, especially in college. It’s a deep WR draft and a normally a Rd 2-3 WR can be found this year in the 4-5th Rds. As far as the TEs, watch the tape and tell me how many of those top TEs are half decent at blocking…

  • dgh57

    I used to say the same thing about Colbert’s drafting before last years draft of which at least to this point may still turn out to be a excellent draft. Looking at it from the positive side of things though maybe a trend is starting or at worse a year two with all the talent coming out this year.

  • dgh57

    I agree!

  • Bill Sechrengost

    His name is C. J. Fiedorowicz, TE, Iowa. His stats at the Senior Bowl were 6′ 5″ 5/8 and 262 pounds. He’s a very good blocker and a lot more athletic than you would think. He would be a third or fourth rounder. I noticed that a lot of teams were talking to him at the Senior Bowl, so he may rise in the draft. We’ll see how he does at the combine.

  • LayDownTheHammer

    Let’s wait a few years before judging this class…this offseason is pivotal on their long-term success in the NFL or lack thereof.

  • LayDownTheHammer

    Excellent. I look forward to watching his tape and using a comp pick – 4th rounder for a TE who can solidly block and move is optimum.

  • Dutchess Hershberger

    DANTE MONCREIF OLE MISS 3RD ROUND best receiver in draft not named Sammy, he is perfect fit for steelers 6-2 225 POLISHED AND GREAT HANDS, he is gonna be a star, use first round on defense

  • Dutchess Hershberger

    I HOPE COLBERT AND TOMLIN READ THESE POSTS “””””DANTE MONCREIF””” 3RD ROUND flat out beast

  • Dutchess Hershberger

    ARTHUR LYCNH TIGHT END 4TH ROUND
    DANTE MONCRIEF WR 3RD ROUND
    DEFENSE FIRST TWO

  • Dutchess Hershberger

    DANTE MONCREIF 3RD ROUND best receiver in draft outside of Sammy

  • ATL96STEELER

    Lynch I’ve seen play several times and Moncrief a couple of times. Lynch seems more like a traditional TE which we really don’t need right now if Spaeth & Miller are retained. I’m not seeing Ebron as a traditional TE.

    Agree with you on Moncrief…reminds me of another big bodied WR we could’ve had last year.

    The bigger point to make…DEF 1st two…no real argument from me on the need, but @ 15 there are maybe 3 guys I would take…@ 46 there are several….S imo is pretty deep this year, I would not take a S in the 1st round.

  • shawn

    like that !

  • shawn

    that high ?? i dont think so would like him in the 2nd

  • shawn

    You think there is no way that ASJ gets past Seattle but who knows Ebron definitely in the 1st and can’t see Amaro slipping too far

  • shawn

    yes indeed … ill take any of the top 3

  • shawn

    i would pay BIG $$$ to see war rooms … oh how one can dream !

  • shawn

    i think everyone would want to see that … !!! great idea

  • shawn

    Yess heck of a lot better than seeing halftime locker rooms … geez

  • shawn

    it would have to be a post air play … but that would still be well worth it !!!!

  • shawn

    ya just read where Colbert hadn’t even interviewed JJ last year because he thought they had no chance at him …. that is really hard to believe … you are right anything can happen which can change well intended plans, but i have to think that was a goof or PP planning by Colbert to not even have interviewed him if that indeed is the case !

  • shawn

    i really think robinson will not do that well in the pros … do not see anything special in his game

  • shawn

    ya i wouldn’t touch him … any round

  • shawn

    you really need to learn a little more about football … !!! just how many games of bad defense do u think we played ??? what is one of our weakest areas that is the easiest to improve .. ya RZ … hello Big WR/TE !

  • shawn

    Kevin, disregard Hammer .. thinks he knows it all (so far from the truth) … we could easily pick a big TE/WR 1st round or even 2nd and focus the majority of the draft on Def and be in much better shape on both sides of the ball … i actually think that is the best strategy !

  • LayDownTheHammer

    HOW MANY GODDAMN TIMES DO I HAVE TO TELL YOU TO STOP REPLYING TO MY MESSAGES! I DON’T GIVE A F*CK WHAT YOU SAY OR THINK, YOU TROLL

  • shawn

    thats a horrible choice !

  • shawn

    he’s one of those … rolling my eyes !

  • shawn

    i dont listen to weak minded people … grow up and grow a pair … if you dont like people responding to posts its pretty easy … dont post !

  • WIINGY

    Don’t be surprised if he goes before HaHa. The dude is a BEAST.

  • WIINGY

    It’s called an opinion. If you don’t like others disagreeing then don’t post.

  • LayDownTheHammer

    Don’t butt in. All that this faggot shawn does is make nonsensical arguments against what I say just for the sake of arguing and having the last word on everything. I love discussions when people actually use logic and reason and evidence, not the bullsh*t that this idiot uses.

  • WIINGY

    I’ve watched a few games. If you search on you tube there are a few of his individual games that are not highlights.
    The dude has a physical presence. He’s a big hitter. Most I’ve seen we’re clean. He just has a nastiness to him I like. He has pretty darn good ball skills as well. Look up his interception of Bortles it is Troyesque. I guess my only question mark on him is does he have the speed to cover the field in one deep coverage. If he runs in the 4.5 range if be comfortable because when watching him you know he has instincts and is a grown ass man.

  • WIINGY

    Lol. Alright I’ll stay out of this. Peace

  • LayDownTheHammer

    How about lowlights and disadvantages as well as pure cover skills? I always worry about cover skills for a safety because everyone loves big hitting but the coverage is #1. By the very little tape I’ve seen I think he could be either a FS or SS – any input? Lastly, have you seen adequate tape of HaHa and if so, would you put 1 above another?

  • WIINGY

    I think the Steelers should make a play on Jeff Cumberland in FA. He’s got good speed for a TE and averaged 15 ypc in NY with crappy QB play. He’d be a big upgrade from Paulson. I think him Spaeth and Miller would make a good TE tandem.

  • WIINGY

    I haven’t seen much of him in man against the slot. Majority is playing deep and up in the box. I think he could play SS or FS. He’s was a turnover machine at Loiseville. He had like 7 interceptions and 9 forced fumbles. Probably needs to work on wrapping up better. I’m far from an expert but I really like the guy.

  • LayDownTheHammer

    DBs in general have a way of rising up the boards in the time leading to the draft so I expect him and Dix to both go in the first round as there are no other top-rated S. Latest projections also have 4 CBs going in the first round (Dennard, GIlbert, Verrett, and now Roby). So unless we trade down (which I always want but never happens) he’ll probably to go another team.

  • shawn

    Ya i like his film, not familiar with him otherwise but i have no problems if they are sold on him … just sounds a little higher than i thought