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15 OLB Jarvis Jones Georgia Jr. 6-2 245
Jones isn't going to fall too far, even with a case of spinal stenosis on his medical report. He's got top-10 talent, and some team will deem him worth risk, even if his career is shortened by the condition. The Saints are desperate for more pass rush, and in the 3-4 defense they will transition to this season, Jones could be a havoc-wreaking force coming off the edge for coordinator Rob Ryan.

Read More: 2013 NFL Mock Draft 2.0 - NFL - Don Banks - SI.com
 
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Vaccaro, Mingo, Fluker and Rhodes are available by the time we pick too...
 

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Chance Warmack at #4? Who the *bleep is that?? I've been paying attention and haven't heard this guys' name at all.
 

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Where would Jones be best suited? Weak side is Galette and thats the 1st place I would be thinking, the other option would be strongside, but if he is elite as a weakside backer I'm not sure.
 

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Chance Warmack at #4? Who the *bleep is that?? I've been paying attention and haven't heard this guys' name at all.
Really? He's been mentioned by one draft guru as the #1 or #2 pick overall.

Although its the kiss of death, he's been referred to as the #1 can't miss prospect in the entire draft.

They said that about Aaron Curry as well... so grain of salt.
 

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Would be really interesting to see what we would decide if Keke Mingo and Jarvis Jones are both available when our pick comes up.

A lot of people have been hoping that we would move back to regain our 2nd Round pick, and while I wouldn't be opposed to that in theory, I just wouldn't be able to pass up having options like that at 15.
 

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Jones is the pick. He is the best player in this draft. If we get him at 15, I will be ever more excited than when Cam Jordan dropped to us at 24 or wherever we picked him.
 

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If Jarvis Jones falls to us, I hope we take him. He's EXACTLY what we need on D. He's a legit beast, who has perennial pro bowl/all pro potential. Hate the Daquan Bowers reference. Sure, they both had/have medical issues, but on a talent level, Bowers isnt in the same league as Jones. If he falls, I doubt he falls far. The way the rook pay scale is now a days, we can "gamble" on him at 15, and not necessarily be hurt by it if he doesnt pan out. Jones in well worth it.
 
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I would take Mingo in that spot.
Between Mingo and Jones, I take Jones, is health is 100% checked.

And I know we will disagree on this one, but I take Jones over Jordan too if there are no heath concerns.
 

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