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Blog Transplant

The RDB has become obsolete in light of recent events. Namely, I’ve started up a better collaborative draft blog along with my friends Hunter, Justin, and Soup. It’s titled Future Sons of Washington and you can access it here: http://futuresons.wordpress.comContinue reading

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Nick Fairley by Justin P.

Nick Fairley, DL, Auburn Junior, 6’5″, 298 lbs. As one of the fastest risers in the 2011 draft class, Nick Fairley has come out of nowhere to becoming one of the most dominant players in the FBS this year at … Continue reading

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Ryan Mallett by Justin P.

Ryan Mallet, QB, Arkansas RS Junior, 6’6″, 238 lbs. Standing at 6 foot 6 and 238 pounds, Ryan Mallett is seen as one of the top rated QB’s heading into the 2011 draft and rightfully so as he displays some … Continue reading

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New Content On The Way

The blog has been on hiatus since the post speculating on the effects the lockout might have on the draft. It appears plenty of great underclassmen have announced their intentions to declare, so we will have some blue chip prospects … Continue reading

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Aldon Smith

Aldon Smith, DL/OLB, Missouri RS Sophomore, 6’5″, 260 lbs. For this entry I’ll shift back to talking about the top defensive front seven prospects in the country. This one will be about Missouri’s star sophomore defensive end Aldon Smith. Starting … Continue reading

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Patrick Devlin

Patrick Devlin, QB, Delaware RS Senior, 6’4″, 222 lbs. I want to continue my examination of the top draft eligible quarterbacks for 2011 by talking about Pat Devlin, who I believe to be the top senior quarterback in the country. … Continue reading

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Blaine Gabbert

Blaine Gabbert, QB, Missouri Junior, 6’5″, 240 lbs. Simply put, Blaine Gabbert is the most naturally gifted quarterback I’ve ever evaluated, from both a physical and mental consideration. If it weren’t for the presence of another brilliant QB prospect in … Continue reading

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