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gpngc
04-25-2011, 04:24 PM
Round One

1 (1) Carolina: Cam Newton
2 (2) Denver: Marcell Dareus
3 (3) Buffalo: Von Miller
4 (4) Cincinnati: A.J. Green
5 (5) Arizona: Patrick Peterson
6 (6) Cleveland: Julio Jones
7 (7) San Francisco: Prince Amukamara
8 (8) Tennessee: Blaine Gabbert
9 (9) Dallas: J.J. Watt
10 (10) Washington: Robert Quinn
11 (11) Houston: Aldon Smith
12 (12) Minnesota: Tyron Smith
13 (13) Detroit: Anthony Costanzo
14 (14) St. Louis: Nick Fairley
15 (15) Miami: Christian Ponder
16 (16) Jacksonville: Andy Dalton
17 (17) New England from Oakland: Cameron Jordan
18 (18) San Diego: Corey Liuget
19 (19) New York Giants: Nate Solder
20 (20) Tampa Bay: Da'Quan Bowers
21 (21) Kansas City: Ryan Kerrigan
22 (22) Indianapolis: Danny Watkins
23 (23) Philadelphia: Gabe Carimi
24 (24) New Orleans: Adrian Clayborn
25 (25) Seattle: Jimmy Smith
26 (26) Baltimore: Muhammad Wilkerson
27 (27) Atlanta: Randall Cobb
28 (28) New England: Mark Ingram
29 (29) Chicago: Mike Pouncey
30 (30) New York Jets: Akeem Ayers
31 (31) Pittsburgh: Brandon Harris
32 (32) Green Bay: Cameron Heyward

Round Two

1 (33) New England from Carolina: Martez Wilson
2 (34) Buffalo: Kyle Rudolph
3 (35) Cincinnati: Jake Locker
4 (36) Denver: Bruce Carter
5 (37) Cleveland: Jabaal Sheard
6 (38) Arizona: Justin Houston
7 (39) Tennessee: Phil Taylor
8 (30) Dallas: Rahim Moore
9 (41) Washington: Colin Kaepernick
10 (42) Houston: Ras-I Dowling
11 (43) Minnesota: Ryan Mallett
12 (44) Detroit: Johnny Patrick
13 (45) San Francisco: Brooks Reed
14 (46) Denver from Miami: Jurrell Casey
15 (47) St. Louis: Mikel LeShoure
16 (48) Oakland: Benjamin Ijalana
17 (49) Jacksonville: Aaron Williams
18 (50) San Diego: Tandon Doss
19 (51) Tampa Bay: Marcus Gilchrist
20 (52) New York Giants: Ryan Williams
21 (53) Indianapolis: Stephen Paea
22 (54) Philadelphia: Josh Thomas
23 (55) Kansas City: Torrey Smith
24 (56) New Orleans: Rodney Hudson
25 (57) Seattle: Derek Sherrod
26 (58) Baltimore: Titus Young
27 (59) Atlanta: Sam Acho
28 (60) New England: James Carpenter
29 (61) San Diego from New York Jets: Christopher Carter
30 (62) Chicago: Marvin Austin
31 (63) Pittsburgh: Marcus Cannon
32 (64) Green Bay: Jaiquawn Jarrett

wicket
04-25-2011, 04:25 PM
Clayborne is a decent pick, Hudson is a pretty bad one, the saints dont need OLine attention and with Marvin Austin there is an excellent value/need combination available

jared3
04-25-2011, 04:28 PM
I do not see the Colts passing up on OT Gabe Carimi. No way does, DT Stephen Paea drop all the way too pick 53. For the Colts in the second, give them DE/OLB Dontay Moch from Nevada.

Just fyi, DT Marvin Austin is a beast and there is no way he drops to pick 62.

Nice effort though on the mock.

Vaylor
04-25-2011, 04:30 PM
Patriots passing on Pouncey at #28 isn't realistic, especially not for a RB. Sheard and Reed are better fits than Wilson.

zachsaints52
04-25-2011, 04:35 PM
Clayborne is a decent pick, Hudson is a pretty bad one, the saints dont need OLine attention and with Marvin Austin there is an excellent value/need combination available

This^^^ OL is not even close to a need right now (unless Kris O'Dowd falls to our 2nd 3rd :P)

prock
04-25-2011, 05:32 PM
Just fyi, DT Marvin Austin is a beast and there is no way he drops to pick 62.

Really? I still don't get what ANYONE sees in Marvin Austin. Dude hasn't produced since high school.

And I don't see the Vikings taking Smith in round 1. He isn't the kind of blocker we need.

T-RICH49
04-25-2011, 05:40 PM
love Kerrigan but not over Phil Taylor

Pat Sims 90
04-25-2011, 08:59 PM
Green and Locker would be awesome. But i don't think the Bengals like Locker all that much they really like Ponder and Dalton.

49erNation85
04-25-2011, 09:39 PM
horrible round two for SF.QB there please!But solid first round.

Seasonticketholder
04-25-2011, 10:31 PM
Clayborn is a good pick but they would likely take Ingram there.

In the second, I won't rule out an OL though it is difficult to negotiate passing on Marvin Austin, who offers better value than Hudson.

StrikeAnywhere
04-25-2011, 11:38 PM
I'm not about Denver's 2nd round choices. Bruce Carter is a WLB, which is the one LB spot we have covered with DJ Williams. Jurrell Casey over Paea, Austin and Ballard doesn't make much sense to me either.

akvikefan89
04-26-2011, 01:07 AM
I'm cool with that Vikings mock. Smith can be groomed to replace McKinnie, then switch McKinnie to the right side until he plays out his contract.

Mallett in round 2 is a-ok.

proshoota25
04-26-2011, 03:02 AM
intruiging patriots mock. i absolutely love the first round.... martez wilson is an interesting pick. some think he can play OLB, but i honestly think hes too dumb to play outside in our scheme lol

AntoinCD
04-26-2011, 05:10 AM
The players are good for the Pats but I'd prefer to see more offensive line help than just Carpenter. Pouncey over Ingram and I'd be happy

Poz51
04-26-2011, 12:16 PM
3 (3) Buffalo: Von Miller
2 (34) Buffalo: Kyle Rudolph

Despite not being 100% sold on Miller, I like adding two starters to the roster in the first two rounds. Improving the offense and defense is never a bad thing, I like it, nice job with Buffalo!

GoRavens
04-26-2011, 12:39 PM
I just don't like Wilkerson as much as everyone else.
Watch his feet during the combine drills, their all over the place.
He's pretty much flat footed

abaddon41_80
04-26-2011, 01:36 PM
Great 49ers picks. Prince and Reed would immediately give the 49ers defense a huge boost.