2011 NFL Draft Grades and Results: The Worst Picks from the 2011 NFL Draft
2011 NFL Draft Results Recap the Worst Picks From This Year's NFL Draft
With all three days of the NFL Draft in the books, it is time to recap some things that happened during this year's draft.
Here are the three worst picks of this year's draft:
1. James Carpenter (OT, Seattle Seahawks)
Carpenter definitely has the potential to be a LT in the NFL, but he certainly has a lot of work to do to get there. He does not have the foot speed to keep up with the elite pass rushers in the NFL at this point.
He is one of the best run blocking OTs in this draft, however, he should not have been selected ahead of Wisconsin OT Gabe Carimi or Mississippi State OT Derek Sherrod.
2. Sione Fua (DL, Carolina Panthers)
Fua represents no value as a pass rusher, but does an good job of stopping the run. However, he does not have much agility and will not be able to contribute on a regular basis.
He also does not have the ability to run anybody down as he is one of the slowest lineman in this draft. With a player like Christian Ballard on the board, there is no excuse for the Panthers selecting Fua.
3. Kris Durham (WR, Seattle Seahawks)
Unfortunately for Seahawks fans, they have two players on this list. Kris Durham is a solid WR, but again, they stretched for a player.
The Seahawks reached for Durham with players like Edmund Gates, Greg Salas, and Tandon Doss still on the board.
Had Seattle selected Gabe Carimi and Edmund Gates or Greg Salas, their draft would be much better.
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