Which First-Round Pick Will Make the Pro Bowl First?
Hello NFL fans.
Today as anyone among the hordes of NFL maniacs, I was lurking in the web for something else of the enormous quantity of data around NFL Draft and other off-season topics.
Aside of the pretty nasty situation of Dolphins GM apologizing for using the worst words while interviewing Dez Bryant, some Draft Grades and classic off-season news on several teams clamming upgraded while rejoicing on their draft picks, there was a small space on Miami Herald that got my attention, it was a small web vote, asking:
Which one of these 2010 first-round picks from Florida schools will make the Pro Bowl first?
- OT Anthony Davis & G Mike Iupati. Both 49ers' first-round draftees will suffer the first half of the season in order to synchronize with the rest of the O-line, but they are solidifying a well-balanced attack that will make everyone suffer. Those guys could become Pro-bowlers before 2012.
- TE Rob Gronkowski & WR Taylor Price. Let's pretend they got the chance to select their passer and I figure their top 3 names include Tom Brady. The Patriots are rejuvenating their offense and this guys are destined to excel in this decade.
- CB Saints' Patrick Robinson. When you enter into a roster plagued with talent, there's a huge chance your job is easier. So as part of secondary defense, where a strong front seven is always pushing over the passer, Robinson should have an easier job. No other defensive back in this class gets into a mix of good defense and dominant attack, so Robinson should have options to put big stats after adapting for year or two.
- DT Ndamukong Suh. Huge demolition instrument that will improve chances of the Lions to become playoff runners. This improvement will lead to have more help during 2011 & 2012 off-seasons and there's a huge chance that Detroit gets the missing piece to be contender, building a solid defense around Suh.
- DT Jarred Odrick. This guy taken late in the first round is the steal of the draft, because he's a 3 down monster and his technique will better with practice and play time at this level. With some help of his teammates he should impact since his very first season, making him a candidate for pro-bowl and i believe he'll make it in the near future.
- NT Terrence Cody. This guy will suffer because his teammates will make him work as slave at gym and at practices. Every single day. But those teammates will make him an instant impact and will better him in his first years of pro. Expect him to be a pro bowler representing the Ravens within the next seasons if he keeps a good work ethic.
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