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Pretend that you're Ruston Webster for a minute. If both are still on the board at #10, who would you like to see the Titans pick and why?
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Cooper to me seems the better fit, as he is a much more athletic and his ability allows him to pull and get to the second and third level leading CJ to some big runs. Warmack is more of a mauler.
Whoever translates the best to be an all pro Right Guard in the N.F.L. That is where we currently have a hole
Warmack is currently better than Cooper in almost every way. Remember that they have said that this he is the best guard to come out in the last several decades. Cooper is more athletic, but guard is one of the positions where athleticism is less of a priority. I would go Warmack without even thinking. He has the higher ceiling and the least "bust potential." He's likely to be a perennial pro-bowler.
Cooper is more versatile. Warmack could play either guard position, but Cooper could play both guard positions or center. That's about where his advantage ends over Warmack.
Another possibility is to trade down 2-3 spots and then take Cooper.
This article just about sums it up. Many teams and analysts view Warmack as hands down the best overall player in the draft.....however, guards usually just don't go very high in the draft. Still, Kansas City is still thinking about making history by taking Warmack with the first pick. No guard has ever gone 1st in the draft.
Warmack is just that good. If the Titans are picking BPA and Warmack or Milliner are there, there is no choice to be made.
A guard has never been selected with the first pick of the NFL Draft. And no guard has even cracked the top 10 since the Saints took Chris Naeole of Colorado 10th overall in 1997. But if Chiefs GM John Dorsey and coach Andy Reid stick to their dictum of taking the some believe that guy is Alabama guard Chance Warmack (right).
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