Originally Posted by kan_t
Some will fall. The scheme change probably affects the NT/DT draft stock more.
I agree ...
Here a decent quote from this article about Jarvis Jones http://www.austinchronicle.com/blogs...inal-stenosis/
So what does this mean for Jarvis Jones?
It means the same thing it meant for Michael Irvin, Sterling Sharpe, Marcus McNeill, and Chris Samuels. Pro Bowlers whose careers were ultimately cut short by the condition.
The most important part of that last sentence is "Pro Bowlers," however. When thinking back on the Dallas Cowboys championship runs of the 1990s, one may conjure up images of a black Mercedes SL-500 with gold trim and personalized Texas plates reading "PLY MKR."
In other words, former Cowboys WR Michael Irvin is remembered for many things, but never as "the player who had spinal stenosis."
When you have the opportunity to draft a "playmaker," you take it.
Teams will be stupid to pass on him because of the injury , But I still think some do ... With players like Ansah , Mingo , Datone Jones , Dion Jordan , Sam Montgomery all could end up passing him in this draft process