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Scotty D
03-06-2011, 06:17 AM
I don't really like this one but I wanted to make a mock after the combine.

Round 1
1. Carolina Panthers – Marcell Dareus, DT – Alabama
2. Denver Broncos – Nick Fairley, DT - Auburn
3. Buffalo Bills – Von Miller, LB – Texas A&M
4. Cincinnati Bengals – Cameron Newton, QB – Auburn
5. Arizona Cardinals – Blaine Gabbert, QB – Missouri
6. Cleveland Browns – AJ Green, WR – Georgia
7. San Francisco 49ers – Patrick Peterson, CB – LSU
8. Tennessee Titans – Da’Quan Bowers, DE - Clemson
9. Dallas Cowboys – Prince Amukamara, CB – Nebraska
10. Washington Redskins – JJ Watt, DE – Wisconsin
11. Houston Texans – Robert Quinn, LB – UNC
12. Minnesota Vikings – Jake Locker, QB – Washington
13. Detroit Lions – Tyron Smith, OT - USC
14. St Louis Rams – Julio Jones, WR – Alabama
15. Miami Dolphins – Mark Ingram, RB – Alabama
16. Jacksonville Jaguars – Ryan Kerrigan, DE – Purdue
17. New England Patriots – Aldon Smith, LB - Missouri
18. San Diego Chargers – Cameron Jordan, DE - Cal
19. New York Giants – Anthony Castonzo, OT – Boston College
20. Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Justin Houston, DE - Georgia
21. Kansas City Chiefs – Gabe Carimi, OT - Wisconsin
22. Indianapolis Colts – Corey Liuget, DT – Illinois
23. Philadelphia Eagles –Akeem Ayers, LB – UCLA
24. New Orleans Saints – Martez Wilson, LB – Illinois
25. Seattle Seahawks – Jimmy Smith, CB – Colorado
26. Baltimore Ravens – Cameron Heyward, DE – Ohio State
27. Atlanta Falcons – Derek Sherrod, OT – Mississippi St
28. New England Patriots – Muhammad Wilkerson, DL - Temple
29. Chicago Bears – Stephen Paea, DT – Oregon State
30. New York Jets – Christian Ballard, DL - Iowa
31. Pittsburgh Steelers – Mike Pouncey, OG - Florida
32. Green Bay Packers – Marcus Cannon, OG - TCU

Round 2
33. New England Patriots – Orlando Franklin, OL – Miami
34. Buffalo Bills – Kyle Rudolph, TE – Notre Dame
35. Cincinnati Bengals – Rahim Moore, S – UCLA
36. Denver Broncos – Adrian Clayborn, DE – Iowa
37. Cleveland Browns – Brooks Reed, LB – Arizona
38. Arizona Cardinals – Brandon Harris, CB – Miami
39. Tennessee Titans – Ryan Mallett, QB – Arkansas
40. Dallas Cowboys – Drake Nevis, DE - LSU
41. Washington Redskins – Jon Baldwin, WR - Pittsburgh
42. Houston Texans – Phil Taylor, NT – Baylor
43. Minnesota Vikings – Nate Solder, OT – Colorado
44. Detroit Lions – Aaron Williams, CB - Texas
45. San Francisco 49ers – Leonard Hankerson, WR – Miami
46. Denver Broncos – Quan Sturdivant, LB – UNC
47. St. Louis Rams – Mason Foster, LB – Washington
48. Oakland Raiders – Stefan Wisniewski, OL – Penn State
49. Jacksonville Jaguars – Titus Young, WR – Boise State
50. San Diego Chargers – Danny Watkins, OG – Baylor
51. Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Dontay Moch, LB – Nevada
52. New York Giants – Mikel Leshoure, RB – Illinois
53. Indianapolis Colts- Ben Ijalana, OL – Villanova
54. Philadelphia Eagles – Curtis Brown, CB – Texas
55. Kansas City Chiefs – Jerrell Jernigan, WR – Troy
56. New Orleans Saints – Jabaal Sheard, DE – Pittsburgh
57. Seattle Seahawks – Marvin Austin, DT - UNC
58. Baltimore Ravens – Edmond Gates, WR - Abilene Christian
59. Atlanta Falcons – Randall Cobb, WR – Kentucky
60. New England Patriots – Torrey Smith, WR – Maryland
61. San Diego Chargers – Sam Acho, LB – Texas
62. Chicago Bears – Clint Boling, OL - Georgia
63. Pittsburgh Steelers – Brandon Burton, CB – Utah
64. Green Bay Packers – Mario Faninn, RB – Auburn

Round 3
65. Carolina Panthers – Greg Little, WR - UNC
66. Cincinnati Bengals – DeMarco Murray, RB - Oklahoma
67. Denver Broncos – Jordan Todman, RB - Uconn
68. Buffalo Bills – Christian Ponder, QB - FSU
69. Arizona Cardinals – Lance Kendricks, TE - Wisconsin
70. Cleveland Browns – Quinton Carter, S - Oklahoma
71. Dallas Cowboys – DeAndre McDaniel, S - Clemson
72. New Orleans Saints – Bruce Carter, LB - UNC
73. Houston Texans – Chykie Brown, CB - Texas
74. New England Patriots – Johnny Patrick, CB - Louisville
75. Detroit Lions – Kelvin Sheppard, LB - LSU
76. San Francisco 49ers – Nathan Enderle, QB - Idaho
77. Tennessee Titans - Greg Jones, LB - MSU
78. St. Louis Rams – Jurrell Casey, DT - USC
79. Miami Dolphins – Rodney Hudson, OG - FSU
80. Jacksonville Jaguars – Ras-I Dowling, DB – Virginia
81. Oakland Raiders – Colin Kaepernick, QB - Nevada
82. San Diego Chargers – Deunta Williams, S - UNC
83. New York Giants – Nate Irving, LB – NC St
84. Tampa Bay Buccaneers – John Moffitt, OG - Wisconsin
85. Philadelphia Eagles – James Carpenter, OG - Alabama
86. Kansas City Chiefs – Brandon Fusco, C – Slippery Rock
87. Indianapolis Colts – Robert Sands, S - WVU
88. New Orleans Saints – Jeron Johnson, S – Boise State
89. San Diego Chargers - DJ Williams, TE - Arkansas
90. Baltimore Ravens – Davon House, CB – New Mexico State
91. Atlanta Falcons – Allen Bailey, DE - Miami
92. New England Patriots – Jerrell Powe, NT – Ole Miss
93. Chicago Bears – Kristopher O Dowd, C - USC
94. New York Jets – Kenrick Ellis, NT - Hampton
95. Pittsburgh Steelers – Shane Vereen, RB - Cal
96. Green Bay Packers – Jarvis Jenkins, DE - Clemson

Matthew Jones
03-06-2011, 06:23 AM
Aldon Smith would be cool, but the Patriots' draft history shows they are more than willing to take defensive linemen in the first round (Warren, Wilfork, Seymour) and even as high as the second round as rotational players (Marquise Hill, Ron Brace.) They also heavily favor seniors as opposed to underclassmen, so given the gap at defensive end I'd go with Jordan or Heyward at #17 overall. Jordan might be a better prospect, but Heyward is a bit of a better fit.

That said, I could see them doubling up on ends if they don't think Ty Warren's going to be on the team long term. Something like Jordan/Heyward and then Wilkerson would be a great first round. There's no linebacker value there at #28.

Orlando Franklin is a fit for a blocking scheme like Philadelphia's but not New England's. Think zone blockers for the Patriots. Solder is very similar to Patriots 2009 second-round pick Sebastian Vollmer, and I think the value there is way too good to pass up. He's the type of player New England would target, and with one of the best offensive line coaches ever in Dante Scarnecchia, they'd most likely feel comfortable coaching him up for a year or so behind Matt Light.

Not the biggest Torrey Smith fan but at #60 the value is too good to pass up.

I don't know about Johnny Patrick though...the Patriots usually stay away from guys with character concerns. I think Scarnecchia will like the way John Moffitt plays and recommend him to Bill Belichick as a potential fit...he'd be great there at #74. Jerrell Powe is possible given his size, but I think New England would be more interested in Kenrick Ellis if they went in that direction.

My final recommendation:

1. DE Cameron Jordan, California

1. DE Muhammad Wilkerson, Temple*

2. OT Nate Solder, Colorado

2. WR Torrey Smith, Maryland*

3. OG John Moffitt, Wisconsin

3. NT Kenrick Ellis, Hampton

Sveen
03-06-2011, 08:44 AM
Like the Saints 2nd and 3rd round selections, but I don't like Martez Wilson in the 1st. Middle linebacker ain't a big need as we have Jonathan Vilma. I'd rather have guys like Cameron Heyward, Stephen Paea or Adrian Clayborn there.

wicket
03-06-2011, 09:03 AM
Like the Saints 2nd and 3rd round selections, but I don't like Martez Wilson in the 1st. Middle linebacker ain't a big need as we have Jonathan Vilma. I'd rather have guys like Cameron Heyward, Stephen Paea or Adrian Clayborn there.

exactly this, with the addition that even though Wilson projects well enough at WILL he is also to much of a reach late first

Calvin & Kevin
03-06-2011, 09:41 AM
no first round tackle for the Lions. I don't want it and I'm not buying that they'll do it.

Nalej
03-06-2011, 10:05 AM
I'm in disagreement with ROP when it comes to drafting two DEs in the 1st round.
It is true that A.Smith isn't a senior or a captain so those things will go into consideration when BB's making his big boad.
Either way, maybe someone like J.Houston makes more sense. I believe he was a captain and has the ideal size BB likes.
I really believe this is the year BB addresses OLB in the first if the player he likes is available.
Our passrush was at an all time worst last year, I doubt the position goes unaddressed.

Other than that, I like the mock minus J.Powe. Mainly bc he'll just be a rotational DE/back up NT for us. Instead we could take, if BB feels he's healed medically, K.O'Dowd. He has the potential to be our starting C for the next decade. I'd rather take the risk on that in the third over a backup DL.
Especially with T.Warren coming back, selecting a DE in the 1st rd and the recent signing of M.Stroud

1-A.Smith/J.Houston (OLB)
1-M.Wilkerson (DE)
2-O.Franklin (OL)
2-T.Smith (WR)
3-J.Patrick (DB()
3-K.O'Dowd (C)

txparkes49x
03-06-2011, 10:06 AM
PP is perfect, Hankerson I like it as long as Pass Rush was addressed in FA/trade. Enderle is solid imo as well.

OSUGiants17
03-06-2011, 10:08 AM
sexy giants draft

Babylon
03-06-2011, 10:42 AM
Seattle

Jimmy Smith fills a huge need at corner and taking a flyer on Marvin Austin, who looked good at the combine, is probably not a bad thing.

Detroit

A tackle is interesting from a diehard Lions fan as most think the present ones arent that bad. A good value at #13 is Smith for sure.

LonghornsLegend
03-06-2011, 10:57 AM
Prince is losing alot of flair for that 1st round pick, not looking like a lock to go top 10 anymore, I think he's more likely to go to Houston. I'd much rather prefer Watt + Aaron Williams, or the best case scenario being Tyron Smith + Danny Watkins.



RT is our biggest need other then safety but it's more important and there is at least 1 tackle worth that value. His upside is tremendous and rivals only Watt at that point, and we do alot of 5-7 step drops in our offense with Jason Garrett.


In the 2nd I like the value for Guard, Watkins can step in immediately and with the first 2 rounds we upgraded our line tremendously. I like that better even though CB is a need.


If we started our first 2 rounds like that give us Ras I in the 3rd who is a natural fit here. He can start out as a deep center FS in our defense and have some versatility to play CB in a pinch, cover the slot, or move to CB if he doesn't pan out there. As much as I am a fan of Chykie Brown there the versatility of Ras would put us in a great position.



Then going into round 4 we have our major needs covered. We would only need to address DE at that time, which is honestly when we should be looking at a 3-4 DE, and we'll probably bring back Hatcher and Bowen opposite Igor and Bowen is a breakout candidate.

Jakey
03-06-2011, 10:59 AM
Good Steelers mock...choosing between Cannon and Pouncey would be a killer though, id like to see the Pouncey twins together, but i think Cannon is the better player.

Also like Ras-I over Burton a little bit, but still a goood pick.

Good job overall!

+rep

LonghornsLegend
03-06-2011, 11:03 AM
Detroit

A tackle is interesting from a diehard Lions fan as most think the present ones arent that bad. A good value at #13 is Smith for sure.


Yea I was pretty surprised to see that pick from a Lions fan but I love it. Tyron to Detroit makes a ton of sense to me, not sure why so many Lions fans are opposed. Tyron isn't this huge project who can't start right away like some people are making it out to be.


He can start from day 1 and kick Backus inside who would still be starting. Maybe Fox develops, maybe he doesn't, you don't pass on a top 10 franchise LT because of a guy you got in the 4th-5th round that you "hope" develops into something good. I don't think Dallas knew they had anything with Free until an injury happened and he was forced into the line-up but I bet if we had a shot at a franchise LT prior we wouldn't have passed him up for Free.



I don't think it'd be wise to wait for Fox to develop, let Backus get old, find out Fox can't cut it, and go a season with Stafford fleeing for his life. Especially knowing the history Stafford has had with injuries, I don't possibly see how investing high picks to protect him can ever be a bad thing.

49erNation85
03-06-2011, 11:06 AM
Freaking almost perfect SF draft!Tho I would draft Dalton or Stanzi in round 3 instead of ID QB.Those two have bigger arms IMO.But overall nice draft!

Babylon
03-06-2011, 11:07 AM
Yea I was pretty surprised to see that pick from a Lions fan but I love it. Tyron to Detroit makes a ton of sense to me, not sure why so many Lions fans are opposed. Tyron isn't this huge project who can't start right away like some people are making it out to be.


He can start from day 1 and kick Backus inside who would still be starting. Maybe Fox develops, maybe he doesn't, you don't pass on a top 10 franchise LT because of a guy you got in the 4th-5th round that you "hope" develops into something good. I don't think Dallas knew they had anything with Free until an injury happened and he was forced into the line-up but I bet if we had a shot at a franchise LT prior we wouldn't have passed him up for Free.



I don't think it'd be wise to wait for Fox to develop, let Backus get old, find out Fox can't cut it, and go a season with Stafford fleeing for his life. Especially knowing the history Stafford has had with injuries, I don't possibly see how investing high picks to protect him can ever be a bad thing.

Julio Jones there would be very tempting.

T-RICH49
03-06-2011, 11:08 AM
only Chiefs pick I like is Jernigan.Phil Taylor over Carimi and O'Dowd over Fusco in RD 3

LonghornsLegend
03-06-2011, 12:32 PM
Julio Jones there would be very tempting.

I think so too, if Stafford is healthy that's an impact pick that can help you win games. Then I think about how if Stafford gets hurt how big of a waste it'll be to have two great WR's.

jCut
03-06-2011, 01:27 PM
Great draft for Denver from a positional standpoint. I think the value and fit may be off with the last two picks. Sturdivant feels like a reach, though I can't really explain why. I really like Todman, but I think Denver may be in the market for a bigger back whom excels in the red-zone.

Abaddon
03-06-2011, 01:50 PM
81. Oakland Raiders – Colin Kaepernick, QB - Nevada

Um...wuh?

Al doesn't dig on running QBs. Besides, he believes he already has his QB in place. Buster Skrine is a more likely pick here, sad to say.

Scotty D
03-06-2011, 02:04 PM
Prince is losing alot of flair for that 1st round pick, not looking like a lock to go top 10 anymore, I think he's more likely to go to Houston. I'd much rather prefer Watt + Aaron Williams, or the best case scenario being Tyron Smith + Danny Watkins.

RT is our biggest need other then safety but it's more important and there is at least 1 tackle worth that value. His upside is tremendous and rivals only Watt at that point, and we do alot of 5-7 step drops in our offense with Jason Garrett.

In the 2nd I like the value for Guard, Watkins can step in immediately and with the first 2 rounds we upgraded our line tremendously. I like that better even though CB is a need.


Those two combinations do sound better than what I have up there. I didn't really like the Nevis pick when I was putting it up but I was trying to find a spot for him. Next time I make a mock I'll put RT/OG as a bigger need than DE.

And yeah I've been coming around to the Tryon Smith pick for the Lions. Gosder was playing well but micro fracture surgery can really hamper a career and he was never a lock down tackle to begin with. Corey Hillard is an underrated OT on our roster but Smith's upside is too great and he could slide over for Backus in a year or two.

Good Steelers mock...choosing between Cannon and Pouncey would be a killer though, id like to see the Pouncey twins together, but i think Cannon is the better player.

Also like Ras-I over Burton a little bit, but still a goood pick.

Good job overall!

+rep

I had Cannon to the Steelers but flipped the picks right before I posted it. I figured if I had Pouncey going one pick later I might as well have him going to Pittsburgh. There is upside with the potential chemistry two brothers could have on the line.

Freaking almost perfect SF draft!Tho I would draft Dalton or Stanzi in round 3 instead of ID QB.Those two have bigger arms IMO.But overall nice draft!

I was debating on which QB out of that tier to give SF. I was going over Dalton, Stanzi, McElroy, and Enderle. I've always liked Enderle and think he suffered from a lack of talent surrounding him.

Seattle

Jimmy Smith fills a huge need at corner and taking a flyer on Marvin Austin, who looked good at the combine, is probably not a bad thing.


I don't think Pete Carroll is afraid to bring on guys with character concerns and I like the potential value of those guys in those spots.

49erNation85
03-06-2011, 02:33 PM
Scotty D
I was debating on which QB out of that tier to give SF. I was going over Dalton, Stanzi, McElroy, and Enderle. I've always liked Enderle and think he suffered from a lack of talent surrounding him.

I would still pick Dalton and Stanzi over the rest.As I think they are on the second tier QB for 3rd rounds and later.I wasn't to impressed with Enderle in his East/West.

Babylon
03-06-2011, 02:36 PM
I think so too, if Stafford is healthy that's an impact pick that can help you win games. Then I think about how if Stafford gets hurt how big of a waste it'll be to have two great WR's.

Not to imply that Tyron Smith couldnt get beat on a pass rush or a blitz.

TACKLE
03-06-2011, 02:49 PM
Love the Ravens draft. Nice work.

RaiderNation
03-06-2011, 03:03 PM
Davon House in the 3rd and I would really like that Raiders draft. I doubt we draft a QB early, if at all. Al and Hue have said many times already that Jason Campbell is our QB heading into next season and the future

prock
03-06-2011, 03:09 PM
This is a great Vikings mock.

Seasonticketholder
03-06-2011, 03:50 PM
For Saints, I recommend:

1. Cameron Heyward
2. Quinton Carter
3a. Bruce Carter (you get this one right)
3b. Kenrick Ellis

wicket
03-06-2011, 03:53 PM
For Saints, I recommend:

1. Cameron Heyward
2. Quinton Carter
3a. Bruce Carter (you get this one right)
3b. Kenrick Ellis

weird, I would only change quinton carter to sam acho for my ideal draft given the board but still we dont seem to agree over a single mock

Seasonticketholder
03-06-2011, 04:02 PM
weird, I would only change quinton carter to sam acho for my ideal draft given the board but still we dont seem to agree over a single mock

No, we don't. But I won't hold it against you ;-) Actually, we might agree more and more since I no longer believe RB is a "top" priority with the re-signing of Pierre Thomas. I will caution, however, that if Ingram is on the board and the top DEs are gone, I would not be surprised...not saying, just saying.

Anyway, I think the Saints want to upgrade the safety position. They have given Usama Young a third round tender but I could see them taking a safety to backup Harper. McDaniel would be a logical backup to Harper but he would be a reach in the second. Carter may be a slight reach to some though I think he's a good football player who fills a need. We would have addressed DE, S, LB, and backup NT with these picks. I think Acho is a good football player, and you might see him as a SLB. But I think it would be best for us to go out and pursue someone like Manny Lawson to play SLB. I think Casillas is going to be our WLB but Bruce Carter is too good to pass up.

General Zod
03-06-2011, 05:20 PM
I dont think there is anyway that Solder falls to the Vikes in the 2nd round. But I would be ***** ecstatic if he did! lol

Bengals78
03-06-2011, 05:56 PM
My least favorite mock I have seen.

1. Newton - A big ol' heap of fail.

2. Moore - Decent but we need SS more than FS.

3. Murray - Bad. We dont need a speed runner who runs standing up, gets injured and offers nothing Bernard Scott doesn't.

TitanHope
03-06-2011, 06:00 PM
After reading that Titans draft, I not only won't be able to stand up for a little while... I may have to call my doctor because it's lasted for over 4 hours.

Unbiased
03-06-2011, 06:30 PM
Titus Young would seem to be another role player type of receiver. If he can be a #1 like DeSean Jackson, then I'm all for it, but Jackson was one of the best college players in the nation at his time. I don't believe the same of Young. I think Ponder is a more reasonable selection.

Grizzlegom
03-06-2011, 08:07 PM
Good Phins picks!!

thebow305
03-07-2011, 12:33 AM
Ingram is a great pick in the 1st and although I like Hudson as a player, he isn't a good fit for our power running game. Moffitt or Carpenter would be better fits at LG for us.

J-Mike88
03-09-2011, 02:37 PM
32. Green Bay Packers Marcus Cannon, OG - TCU
64. Green Bay Packers Mario Faninn, RB Auburn
96. Green Bay Packers Jarvis Jenkins, DE - Clemson

#1- Cannon; totally does not fit in on this OL.
#2- We just won the Super Bowl with Ryan Grant on IR since week 1, now we get him back and have to decide if we have room for him, Starks, and Brandon Jackson who we love in the 3rd down role. I'd be pissed if we drafted another RB with the 2nd pick.
#3- Solid, and sadly probably will be replacing his older cousin Cullen.

CJSchneider
03-09-2011, 02:55 PM
Like the Saints 2nd and 3rd round selections, but I don't like Martez Wilson in the 1st. Middle linebacker ain't a big need as we have Jonathan Vilma. I'd rather have guys like Cameron Heyward, Stephen Paea or Adrian Clayborn there.

exactly this, with the addition that even though Wilson projects well enough at WILL he is also to much of a reach late first

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GoRavens
03-09-2011, 10:09 PM
Average Ravens mock. It'd be better with Brooks Reed in the 1st

Dam8610
03-10-2011, 04:55 PM
1) OT Derek Sherrod
2) OT Ben Ijalana
3) RB Shane Vereen

would be a much better Colts mock.

drd23
03-10-2011, 06:24 PM
Average Ravens mock. It'd be better with Brooks Reed in the 1stI agree on Reed over Heyward in the first, but as a whole, I think this mock is better than most for the Ravens.

Gates and House would both be developmental players, but they provide exactly what we are looking for at those positions - Speed and length/height.

phlysac
03-10-2011, 07:28 PM
76. San Francisco 49ers Nathan Enderle, QB - Idaho


Great value in the 3rd!!!





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