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James Hasty

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  1. Here are the remaining picks: 215. Cincinnati 216. New York Giants 217. Miami (from Chicago) 218. Carolina 219. Tampa Bay 220. San Francisco (from Jacksonville) 221. Carolina (from Denver) 222. Tennessee (from Indianapolis) 223. Seattle 224. Pittsburgh
  2. After my last pick its time to sum up the Charger's draft: Team needs 1. OT Need depth for now and will need to replace our LT in a couple years 2. S Need to add speed and big plays to secondary 3. WR Very thin at the receiver position 4. QB Rivers hasn't played much. Depth could be important here. Other needs include OL depth and more speed for the defense. The picks 1. Vince Young, QB University of Texas (6-4 5/8, 228) ran the 40 once in 4.57. He didn't do the vertical or long jumps. During drills, he threw 54 passes, completing 49 of them (with one drop). He threw passes out of a three-step drop, five-step drop and seven-step drop. He finished the 30-minute session by catching a TD pass. 2. Donte Whitner, SS Ohio State University (5-11, 205) was clocked at 4.39 and 4.37 in the 40. Broad jump 11’0”. Vericle jump 40”, 18 bench presses. Whitner finished third on the Buckeyes in 2005 with 73 tackles, with 7 for loss, 4 sacks and 2 interceptions. He played 35 games in three years at Ohio State, marking 164 takedowns. 3. Derek Hagan, WR Arizona State University (6-1 7/8, 203) stood on mostly everything he did at the Combine. In Tempe, he had a 39½-inch vertical jump, a 10-foot-5 broad jump and 15 bench presses. He also did the position drills. 4. Dusty Dvoracek, DT Oklahoma (6-2¾, 306 pounds) was timed at 4.79 and 4.81 in the 40. He had a 9-foot-6 broad jump, 4.47 short shuttle and a 7.59 three-cone drill. 5. Guy Whimper, OT East Carolina (6-4 7/8, 302 pounds) did only position drills at the Pro Day and stood on his numbers from the Combine. 40 yard dash – 4.95, verical jump 29”, Three cone 7.38, 6a. Barrick Nealey, WR Texas State (6-3 7/8 220) did only the positional drills; he stood on everything else he did at the Combine. 6b. Pat Ross, OG Boston College (6-3¾, 300) stood on mostly everything he did at the Combine. On campus, he ran the short shuttle in 4.50 seconds. He also had a 27-inch verticla jump, an 8-foot-7 broad jump and 25 bench presses. 7a. Cortland Finnegan, CB Samford (5-9 7/8, 188) ran the 40 in 4.35 and 4.33. He had a 44-inch vertical jump, a 10-foot-8 broad jump, a 4.34 short shuttle, a 6.95 three-cone drill and 14 benches. 7b. Ben Ishola, LB Indiana (6-2½, 248) ran his 40s in 4.50 and 4.51, had a 34-inch vertical jump, 10-foot-1 broad jump, did the short shuttle in 4.12, the long shuttle in 11.99, the three-cone drill in 7.31 and put up 30 reps on the bench press. Throughout the draft I was able to consistently draft BAP without reaching for need yet ended up selecting only two players in the same position (WR) and taking at least one player for each of the Chargers need areas. This draft improves the team in all areas except for TE (Gates), RB (Tomlinson), and FB. Comments?
  3. Check the board. I got Whimper in round five.
  4. I did say "possibly". Also goodwin is a free agent. Otherwise he would also be worthy of flushing.
  5. For a second I thought you were going to talk about Soriano
  6. Fred Beasley was a nice signing by the Fins. I hope we can still get Tony Richardson.
  7. I liked the Jon Alston and Jason Allen picks. Very good value in both spots.
  8. Time is up so I will make KC's pick. The Kansas City Chiefs select Quarterback from the Virginia Tech Marcus Vick The San Diego Chargers select Quarterback / Wide Receiver from Texas State Barrick Nealey The San Diego Chargers select Center / Guard from Boston College Patrick Ross Washington Redskins OTC
  9. Time is up! Someone please pick for KC so I can make my picks.
  10. Tim Day was a good pick here. I was undecided between him and another player (to be taken shortly).
  11. Terna Nande was a good pick here. If nothing else he will be a special teams ace. Nande was on my short list. I was just trying to figure out whether to pick him in round six or try to sneak him into round seven when he was taken.
  12. I think Omar Jacobs is the best value you have gotten so far. Very good for round four.
  13. Limit is one hour Ham. If you want to make the pick, go for it.
  14. I have four picks coming. No way I regret getting a QB with as much value as Vince Young at # 19.
  15. Why the hell would we trade Abe for a low first rounder (or less) and use the # 4 pick in the whole draft to replace him? We may as well just keep Abe and wait at the podium until 20+ teams pick to use our first rounder.
  16. San Diego Needs 1. Offensive Tackle 2. Safety 3. Wide Receiver 19. 19. San Diego Chargers -{James Hasty}-Vice Young QB Texas 50. 18. San Diego Chargers -Donte Whither -SS Ohio St 81. 17.San Diego - Derek Hagans- WR Arizona St. 112. San Diego-Dusty Dvoracek DE/DT Oklahoma 147. San Diego Guy Whimper OT East Carolina Two sixth rounders and two seventh rounders left Not bad, not bad at all
  17. The San Diego Chargers select offensive tackle from East Carolina University Guy Whimper. Cleveland Browns -{Abraham_Vilma_Miller}- OTC
  18. Before the draft started I would have been more surprised. With the chance to do more research on the players taken earlier I can see why he slipped a bit. Good pick here IMHO.
  19. Keyshawn will make Eli Manning look a hell of a lot better.
  20. When I took Dvoracek in round four Whitehurst was literally the next player on my board. I was seriously thinking he would be there for my next pick when he slid to round five.
  21. Alston was a great pick. He is high on my list. I am surprised you took Sheffler over him though.
  22. The San Diego Chargers select defensive tackle / defensive end from the University of Oklahoma Dusty Dvoracek Miami Dolphins -{rsherryjr}- OTC
  23. I almost took him last round. Unless Mark Anderson was there he would have been my next pick.
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