Photo courtesy of zimbio.com. If I were running the show in Minnesota, I would take Justin Blackmon (pictured above) at number three on Thursday.
By Josh Kramer
Number three is for me. The NFL Draft is just about here (finally). After all of the analysis, sports science, and insane amounts of minutia, Thursday night, it all goes down. 253 players will learn much more about their future over the course of the three day extravaganza when their name is called. We have a semblance of idea how the first fifteen minutes will play out.
“With the first pick in the 2012 NFL Draft, the Indianapolis Colts select… Andrew Luck, quarterback, Stanford Cardinal.”
Followed by a huge smile and a very mild-mannered interview with Andrew Luck.
“With the second pick in the 2012 NFL Draft, the Washington Redskins select…Robert Griffin III, quarterback, Baylor Bears.”
RGIII will be all smiles and of course we will get to see his goofy socks during the interview.
Then what happens?
The ball is in Minnesota’s court. They have been on the clock for months in essence. Everyone has known for well over two months now that Luck and Griffin would be the top two picks. But who will go at number three? Many have proclaimed Matt Kalil, from USC, as the guy. Others are saying Morris Claiborne from LSU. Some are even saying Justin Blackmon, the young clone of TO, out of Oklahoma State.
I am going to go out on a limb and say that Justin Blackmon is the Vikings man. Continue reading