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    Re: Player to watch: Babatunde Oshinowo

    You may be right there Rio...
    In my neck of the woods (Upstate NY) all the Bills talk is about this big guy from Oregon.
    Home Sweet Dome...

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    Re: Player to watch: Babatunde Oshinowo

    HMMM this guy sounds really interesting, It would be nice to see him in purple but I am sure he will be gone before we get a shot at him.

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    Re: Player to watch: Babatunde Oshinowo

    I do not see the Vikings drafting a DT this year, I think they will bring in some undrafted rookies and a FA for training camp fodder.


    With Phat Pat, Kevin and CJ Mosley (2nd year) having a great year last year, and a young Spencer Johnson (3rd year) that has potential but needs to bulk up a little. I just do not see the Vikes using a draft pick on a DT.
    What we've got here is failure to communicate.

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    Re: Player to watch: Babatunde Oshinowo

    "Del Rio" wrote:
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    This is a guy to keep an eye on if you like good football. I know the Vikes won't get him. I know his parents they are good people and he is a very good athlete.

    Draft boards having him going 11ish or so, I wouldn't be surprised if he goes to the Bills in the top ten.
    I'll say he goes to the Billls if they're not sold on Bunckley being better.

    Otherways he falls to the Browns, unless the Cardinals choses to pick him up at no. 10

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    Re: Player to watch: Babatunde Oshinowo

    He played HS football in my area and I actually coached against him. We won the game but I think he had like 6 sacks.

    I've met him at HS coaching functions and the guy is the real deal.

    To be honest if he fell to us I still wouldn't draft him, I agree we do not need a DT.

    All I am saying is I think he will make a name for himself in the NFL at the expense of some unfortunate QB's

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    Re: Player to watch: Babatunde Oshinowo

    Agreed

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