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ellsy82
07-17-2011, 01:30 PM
Round One:
1.1 - Washington - Andrew Luck*, QB
1.2 - Denver - Quinton Couples, DE
1.3 - Cincinnati - Matt Kalil*, OT
1.4 - Minnesota - Brandon Thompson, DT
1.5 - Buffalo - DJ Fluker*, OT
1.6 - Arizona - Matt Barkley*, QB
1.7 - Carolina - Alshon Jeffery*, WR
1.8 - Cleveland - Manti Te'o*, LB
1.9 - Tennessee - Justin Blackmon*, WR
1.10 - San Francisco - Dre Kirkpatrick*, CB
1.11 - Miami - Landry Jones*, QB
1.12 - Oakland - Jerel Worthy*, DT
1.13 - Jacksonville - Brandon Jenkins*, DE
1.14 - Seattle - Jayron Hosley*, CB
1.15 - Kansas City - Jonathon Martin*, OT
1.16 - Dallas - Alfonzo Dennard, CB
1.17 - Houston - Donte Paige-Moss*, OLB
1.18 - New England, Jared Crick*, DE
1.19 - Chicago - Vontaze Burflict*, LB
1.20 - New York Giants - Zach Brown, OLB
1.21 - Cleveland - Dave DeCastro*, OG
1.22 - New York Jets - Bruce Irvin, OLB
1.23 - Detroit - Stephon Gilmore*, CB
1.24 - Baltimore - Luke Kuechly*, ILB
1.25 - St. Louis - Cordy Glenn, OG
1.26 - Indianapolis - Trent Richardson*, RB
1.27 - Tampa Bay - Riley Rieff*, OT
1.28 - San Diego - Cliff Harris*, CB
1.29 - Green Bay - Devin Taylor*, OLB
1.30 - New England - Peter Konz*, C/OG
1.31 - Philadelphia - Marcus Forston*, DT
1.32 - Pittsburgh - Chase Minnifield, CB

Round Two:
2.33 - Washington - Alameda Ta'amu, NT
2.34 - Denver - Nick Foles, QB
2.35 - Cincinnati - Knile Davis*, RB
2.36 - Buffalo - Tyler Wilson*, QB
2.37 - Minnesota - Bobby Massie*, OT
2.38 - Cleveland - Jeff Fuller, WR
2.39 - Arizona - Andrew Datko, OG/OT
2.40 - Carolina - Courtney Upshaw, LB
2.41 - San Fransisco - Billy Winn, DE
2.42 - Tennessee - Josh Chapman, DT
2.43 - New England - Lucas Nix, OT/OG
2.44 - Miami - Michael Brewster, C/OG
2.45 - Dallas - Robert Lester*, FS
2.46 - Jacksonville - Brandon Lindley, LB
2.47 - Seattle - Muhamed Sanu*, WR
2.48 - Kansas City - Vinny Curry, OLB
2.49 - New York Giants - Levy Adkock, OT/OG
2.50 - New Orleans - Shayne Skov*, LB
2.51 - Chicago - Brandon Washington*, C/OG
2.52 - Houston - Vaughn Telemaque*, FS
2.53 - Atlanta - Tank Carder, ILB
2.54 - New York Jets - Michael Floyd, WR
2.55 - Detroit - Nico Johnson*, OLB
2.56 - Baltimore - Baker SteinKuhler*, DE
2.57 - St. Louis - Morris Claiborne*, CB
2.58 - Indianapolis - T.J. McDonald*, FS
2.59 - Tampa Bay - Ronnell Lewis, OLB
2.60 - San Diego - Nate Potter, OG/OT
2.61 - Green Bay - Kelechi Osemele, OG
2.62 - New England - Nick Toon, WR
2.63 - Philadelphia - Coryell Judie, CB
2.64 - Pittsburgh - Kevin Zeitler, OG

Round Three:
3.65 - Washington - Michael Egnew, TE
3.66 - Denver - Kheeston Randall, DE/DT
3.67 - Cincinnati - Brandon Boykin, CB
3.68 - Minnesota - Sean Spence, LB
3.69 - Buffalo - Mark Barron, SS
3.70 - Carolina - Dwayne Allen*, TE
3.71 - Cleveland - Desmond Trufant*, CB
3.72 - Arizona - Chase Thomas*, OLB
3.73 - Tennessee - Ben Jones, C
3.74 - San Francisco - Travis Lewis, ILB
3.75 - Miami - Greg Childs, WR
3.76 - Oakland - Ryan Tannehill, QB
3.77 - Kansas City - Chris Polk*, RB
3.78 - Dallas - Graham Pocic*, OG/C
3.79 - Jacksonville - Ray Ray Armstrong*, SS
3.80 - Seattle - Melvin Ingram, DE
3.81 - Houston - Ryan Broyles, WR
3.82 - New York Giants - Cyrus Gray, RB
3.83 - New Orleans - Mike Adams, OT
3.84 - Chicago - Jermaine Kearse, WR
3.85 - Atlanta - Kenny Tate, SS
3.86 - New York Jets - Dont'a Hightower*, LB
3.87 - Detroit - Brandon Mosley, OT
3.88 - Baltimore - Rashard Hall*, FS
3.89 - St. Louis - Kendall Reyes, DT
3.90 - Indianapolis - Donnie Fletcher, CB
3.91 - Tampa Bay - Ricky Wagner, OG/OC
3.92 - San Diego - Russell Shepard*, WR
3.93 - Green Bay - Janoris Jenkins, CB
3.94 - New England - Janzen Jackson*, FS
3.95 - Philadelphia - Matt Reynolds, OT
3.96 - Pittsburgh - Tony Dye, SS

rawdawg
07-17-2011, 01:50 PM
Nice Bears draft. Wouldn't necessarily think LB that early, but Burflict is probably BPA at that point. And I do like Osemele more than Washington. And Posey and Owusu over Kearse, but I wouldn't complain about these first 3 rounds next April.

OSUGiants17
07-17-2011, 02:30 PM
Meh Giants draft. Either of these 2 options would be better

1. Trent Richardson
2. Skov or Carder
3. Mike Adams

or

1. Kuechly
2. Potter
3. LaMichael James

etk
07-17-2011, 02:58 PM
I haven't scouted any of the 3 Bucs picks, but the needs match. Good job.

phlysac
07-17-2011, 04:22 PM
1.10 - San Francisco - Dre Kirkpatrick*, CB
2.41 - San Fransisco - Billy Winn, DE
3.74 - San Francisco - Travis Lewis, ILB


Kirkpatrick - Pretty much the ideal pick at this point.

Winn - Like the player but they have a ton of DE's. They'll likely be moving Isaac Sopoaga to NT when Aubrayo Franklin leaves while promoting Ray McDonald to starting DE. This would leave Ricky Jean Francois as backup at both positions. Still early but I would rather take Josh Chapman with this pick instead.

Lewis - Navorro Bowman appears ready to step into the TED slot when Takeo Spikes leaves (this year or next.) With Scott McKillop, Ahmad Brooks (movement in the Fangio-scheme), and Keaton Kristick all seeing time in the middle, I doubt they would use another top-3 pick on a 4-3 OLB to 3-4 ILB conversion. Just my opinion, and I'm not sure what they'd target had the board fallen how you'd mocked.

prock
07-17-2011, 04:35 PM
Hit good positions for the Vikings, but I think I would put LT as our #1 need.

Pat Sims 90
07-17-2011, 04:41 PM
I would be fine with taking Kalil but prolly won't happen with Whitworth locked up for a couple years and they still have Andre Smith. DB, DL, QB, RB seem more likely in the 1st.

Davis and Boykin are fine in the 2nd and 3rd.

--Gravity--
07-17-2011, 05:15 PM
A 3-4 DE and Nick Foles over an available Landry Jones and Shane Skov? Sounds like moves the Broncos would make.......

redbills
07-17-2011, 06:00 PM
Bills just drafted thier future SS in R4 last year. I'd take Matt Reynolds who would play RT day one, or Dont'a Hightower if Poz isn't resigned.

scar988
07-17-2011, 06:28 PM
so Atlanta takes 2 positions that won't be needs at all? That's very logical.

ellsy82
07-17-2011, 06:36 PM
so Atlanta takes 2 positions that won't be needs at all? That's very logical.

I'm pretty certain they're locking up DE before the season starts. We'll see.

shylo3716
07-17-2011, 06:49 PM
No Lamar Miller? Has to be a crime :/

He is a 1st 2nd rounder off the rip.

http://d.yimg.com/i/ng/sp/ap_photo/20101231/all/l4928950.jpg

Just remember this dudes jersey # because that's what he will be putting up all season long

ellsy82
07-17-2011, 06:58 PM
No Lamar Miller? Has to be a crime :/

He is a 1st 2nd rounder off the rip.

http://d.yimg.com/i/ng/sp/ap_photo/20101231/all/l4928950.jpg

Just remember this dudes jersey # because that's what he will be putting up all season long

I don't think he'll declare, buddy.

shylo3716
07-17-2011, 07:08 PM
3.93 - Green Bay - Janoris Jenkins, CB = STEAL!

shylo3716
07-17-2011, 07:21 PM
Why Broyles to the 3rd? If he would have came out this year he was looking at a late 1st early 2nd Round spot.

CJSchneider
07-17-2011, 08:37 PM
For the Saints, if you are going to give us a ILB, we will take Travis Lewis. Adams, the Sr. Buckeye OT, would be a great 3rd round pick.

gpngc
07-17-2011, 10:39 PM
Why Broyles to the 3rd? If he would have came out this year he was looking at a late 1st early 2nd Round spot.

Not sure about that. Size is an issue.

What about Brandon Thompson that high...?

ellsy82
07-17-2011, 11:17 PM
Not sure about that. Size is an issue.

What about Brandon Thompson that high...?

Interesting you bring that up. Crick could even go that high...Its tough to say right now. Thompson is all that. Naturally, there's some confusion here, but let not get crazy.

ellsy82
07-17-2011, 11:18 PM
Why Broyles to the 3rd? If he would have came out this year he was looking at a late 1st early 2nd Round spot.

More of a speed theat. And you guys could use some speed.

scar988
07-18-2011, 12:02 AM
I'm pretty certain they're locking up DE before the season starts. We'll see.

so they take a SS where William Moore played extremely well last year or a MLB where Curtis Lofton is doing a great job?

yeah, again, it doesn't make sense.

vidae
07-18-2011, 12:26 AM
ChiefS: OT, OLB, RB.. the only position I'm a fan of is RB. I guess OT is a need, of sorts, but OLB definitely isn't.

fenikz
07-18-2011, 01:19 AM
I don't see us ever taking a USC QB product again, Landry Jones is a better prospect anyways. Jonathon Martin would also be good value and fills a big need.

Datko is probably only going to succeed in a ZBS in the NFL which is the opposite of the scheme run by Grimm in Arizona. Brandon Washington would be perfect as OG for us.

Chase Thomas would be decent but that's a little to high for him imo, Ricky Elmore went in the 6th and was a much much better player than him.


and WTFLMAOSTFU ray ray in the 3rd?

cmarq83
07-18-2011, 07:12 AM
Love the first round for the pats, but a pretty meh draft the rest of the way. Lucas Nix won't fit in this scheme to well at guard because he's very limited athletically. I'd prefer too take Malcolm Floyd there and consider guard later if at all. The pats have invested some high picks in the offensive line over the past couple of years, and if they retain Mankins I doubt they'll drop 2 early picks on the o-line again this year. Plus they have Cannon waiting in the wings if he can get over his cancer.

DiG
07-18-2011, 07:56 AM
skins first and second round are fantastic but the TE in the 3rd is a bit of a puzzle considering cooley and fred davis. a mlb, cb, or interior lineman would be better.

K Train
07-18-2011, 08:48 AM
minnifield would make me so happy there, id like hightower or tate in 2 though

ellsy82
07-18-2011, 10:59 AM
minnifield would make me so happy there, id like hightower or tate in 2 though

C'mon. The revolving door at RG and the walking zombie at LG wouldn't make you wanna invest in a lineman?

K Train
07-18-2011, 11:32 AM
the only 2 interior lineman that really interest me are glenn and brewster...we have and have drafted enough interior lineman or tackles that have to kick inside because they suck. we HAVE guards, they are just pretty average.

brewster or glenn would be just delightful though...but im over drafting the kraig urbiks and cameron stephensons of the world...no contribution and you cant just take lineman because you need a lineman.

ideally id like to see colon tried out at RG and even if that doesnt work i like foster enough now that hartwig is gone

ellsy82
07-18-2011, 09:47 PM
Yeah, Brewster at LG would be a welcome addition. I also wouldn't mind that lumbering giant from ISU, Kelechi Osemele. 6'5", 335 lbs, with quick nimble feet. And I KNOW David DeCastro and Peter Konz interest you (if they declare).

JPF
07-18-2011, 11:29 PM
Solid 1st & 3rd round picks for the Panthers. In the second O-line is a need. Team badly needs a starting caliber RG.

thebow305
07-19-2011, 04:21 PM
Landry is a great pick in the first, but we need a guard and a safety more than a receiver and center. We drafted Pouncey to play center this year and Ed Gates in the 4th to play opposite Marshall. Therefore, Brandon Washington in the 2nd and Ray Ray in the 3rd would be much better picks for Miami.

etk
07-19-2011, 06:54 PM
I don't think he'll declare, buddy.

Lamar Miller is made for the NFL, not collegiate academics. He has prototypical size and speed for the next level. He's not an eloquent speaker to say the least and I don't see why he'd stay in school when that's not his calling. His gifts lie in football and he's physically ready.

shylo3716
07-19-2011, 07:47 PM
Lamar Miller is made for the NFL, not collegiate academics. He has prototypical size and speed for the next level. He's not an eloquent speaker to say the least and I don't see why he'd stay in school when that's not his calling. His gifts lie in football and he's physically ready.

Very well spoken!

From: Me
To: You

+174

ellsy82
07-19-2011, 09:46 PM
Lamar Miller is made for the NFL, not collegiate academics. He has prototypical size and speed for the next level. He's not an eloquent speaker to say the least and I don't see why he'd stay in school when that's not his calling. His gifts lie in football and he's physically ready.

Isn't he pretty close to a 4.4 guy? Not bad for 210 pounds.

shylo3716
07-20-2011, 05:21 PM
Lamar Miller is made for the NFL, not collegiate academics. He has prototypical size and speed for the next level. He's not an eloquent speaker to say the least and I don't see why he'd stay in school when that's not his calling. His gifts lie in football and he's physically ready.

I don't think he'll declare, buddy.

Now can we look forward to seeing Lamar in your updated version of your next mock...... etk gave you every single reason to why he is good as gone at the end of the year.

PossumBoy9
07-20-2011, 05:57 PM
While the Rams could use a top notch guard, I'd hope they wouldn't pass on Trent Richardson at that spot.

shylo3716
07-20-2011, 06:23 PM
Isn't he pretty close to a 4.4 guy? Not bad for 210 pounds.

Try 4.3 homeboy!

ellsy82
07-20-2011, 06:30 PM
Now can we look forward to seeing Lamar in your updated version of your next mock...... etk gave you every single reason to why he is good as gone at the end of the year.

Oh shucks. I suppose so. :p

shylo3716
07-20-2011, 08:19 PM
Oh shucks. I suppose so. :p

Keep in mind 1st-2nd Round will be his ceiling no lower then the 2nd Round.

ellsy82
07-20-2011, 08:45 PM
Keep in mind 1st-2nd Round will be his ceiling no lower then the 2nd Round.

Got him ranked right behind Knile Davis as an early 2nd rounder. Possible targets are Cincinnati, Buffalo and Miami.

shylo3716
07-20-2011, 09:52 PM
Got him ranked right behind Knile Davis as an early 2nd rounder. Possible targets are Cincinnati, Buffalo and Miami.

I like a lot! Sometimes it's good to take heed from 1 especially if they know what they are talking about when it comes to a specific prospect. Took for another Cane fan to let you know about Lamar.

Bald_81
07-20-2011, 11:38 PM
If the Rams passed on Richardson @25 when Steven Jackson is approaching 29 years old and they have little to no replacements behind him, I would lose my mind.

redbills
07-20-2011, 11:57 PM
Got him ranked right behind Knile Davis as an early 2nd rounder. Possible targets are Cincinnati, Buffalo and Miami.

why would buffalo take a RB in R2? we have Freddy, Spiller and White who we just took in R4 this year.

ellsy82
07-21-2011, 12:36 AM
why would buffalo take a RB in R2? we have Freddy, Spiller and White who we just took in R4 this year.

Have any of them proven to be a reliable every down back? Jackson maybe, but Spiller can't seem to keep him hammy healthy and White is unknown. Maybe I'm reaching, but I did say "possible targets". Much to be determined this year.

ellsy82
07-21-2011, 12:37 AM
If the Rams passed on Richardson @25 when Steven Jackson is approaching 29 years old and they have little to no replacements behind him, I would lose my mind.

Thanks for the opinion (and from the other Rams fan). I'll try to work that into my next mock.

ellsy82
07-21-2011, 12:40 AM
Landry is a great pick in the first, but we need a guard and a safety more than a receiver and center. We drafted Pouncey to play center this year and Ed Gates in the 4th to play opposite Marshall. Therefore, Brandon Washington in the 2nd and Ray Ray in the 3rd would be much better picks for Miami.

Is free safety or strong safety a bigger need in Miami this year?

redbills
07-21-2011, 11:00 AM
Have any of them proven to be a reliable every down back? Jackson maybe, but Spiller can't seem to keep him hammy healthy and White is unknown. Maybe I'm reaching, but I did say "possible targets". Much to be determined this year.

RB is 0% need, we have bigger problems. Now if Fred and Spiller blow out thier knee then I can see RB but no way in hell we take a RB next year with a high pick

shylo3716
07-21-2011, 05:45 PM
Got him ranked right behind Knile Davis as an early 2nd rounder. Possible targets are Cincinnati, Buffalo and Miami.

Miami would be ideal especially since that was the route everyone thought they would go with Ingram but instead took Pouncey.

etk
07-21-2011, 09:46 PM
FWIW I don't ever see Miller being a workhorse back like an Arian Foster or something. He's definitely a 2-back system guy. He has a powerful build but he's more of an elusive back that can explode through a hole and take it the distance. He's similar to Jonathan Stewart but with less physicality and more speed.

I'd have him as a fringe 1st rounder right now but he can easily prove himself to be better.