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MI_Buckeye
10-28-2011, 02:07 PM
Let's take this one deep. I had most of the potential underclassmen declaring but not all.


1. Miami Andrew Luck, Stanford QB
2. Indianapolis Matt Kalil, USC OT
3. St. Louis Justin Blackmon, Oklahoma State WR
4. Arizona Jonathan Martin, Stanford OT
5. Denver Landry Jones, Oklahoma QB
6. Minnesota Quinton Coples, North Carolina DE
7. Jacksonville Alshon Jeffery, South Carolina WR
8. Seattle Matt Barkley, USC QB
9. Tennessee Morris Claiborne, LSU CB
10. Cleveland Vontaze Burfict, Arizona State ILB
11. Washington Robert Griffin, Baylor QB
12. Carolina Trent Richardson, Alabama RB
13. Cincinnati* Dre Kirkpatrick, Alabama CB
14. Philadelphia Manti Te'O, Notre Dame ILB
15. Kansas City Riley Reiff, Iowa OT
16. Tampa Bay Zach Brown, North Carolina OLB
17. Cincinnati David DeCastro, Stanford OG
18. Dallas Jerel Worthy, Michigan State DE
19. Chicago D.J. Fluker, Alabama OT
20. Jets Courtney Upshaw, Alabama OLB
21. Houston Jeff Fuller, Texas A&M WR
22. San Diego Janoris Jenkins, North Alabama CB
23. Buffalo Luke Kuechly, Boston College ILB
24. Detroit Mike Adams, Ohio State OT
25. Cleveland* Michael Floyd, Notre Dame WR
26. Pittsburgh Chase Minnifield, Virginia CB
27. Giants Lamar Miller, Miami RB
28. San Francisco Ray Ray Armstrong, Miami S
29. Baltimore Melvin Ingram, South Carolina OLB
30. New England* Michael Brewster, Ohio State C
31. New England Brandon Thompson, Clemson DE
32. Green Bay Alfonzo Dennard, Nebraska CB



33. Miami Mohamed Sanu, Rutgers WR
34. Indianapolis Ryan Broyles, Oklahoma WR
35. St. Louis Kevin Reddick, North Carolina OLB
36. Philadelphia* Alameda Ta'amu, Washington DT
37. Denver Dwayne Allen, Clemson TE
38. Minnesota Nick Toon, Wisconsin WR
39. Jacksonville Whitney Mercilus, Illinois DE
40. Seattle Jonathan Banks, Mississippi State CB
41. Tennessee Dontari Poe, Memphis DT
42. Cleveland Vinny Curry, Marshall DE
43. Washington Dont'a Hightower, Alabama ILB
44. Carolina Mark Barron, Alabama S
45. New England* Cam Johnson, Virginia OLB
46. Philadelphia T.J. McDonald, USC S
47. Kansas City Josh Chapman, Alabama DT
48. Tampa Bay Jayron Hosley, Virginia Tech CB
49. Cincinnati Chris Polk, Washington RB
50. Dallas Brandon Jenkins, Florida State OLB
51. Chicago Cordy Glenn, Georgia OG
52. Jets Markelle Martin, Oklahoma State S
53. Houston Ronnell Lewis, Oklahoma OLB
54. San Diego Kelechi Osemele, Iowa State OG
55. Buffalo Jared Crick, Nebraska DE
56. Detroit Coryell Judie, Texas A&M CB
57. Atlanta Billy Winn, Boise State DT
58. Pittsburgh Orson Charles, Georgia TE
59. Giants Travis Lewis, Oklahoma OLB
60. San Francisco Ben Jones, Georgia C
61. Baltimore LaMichael James, Oregon RB
62. New Orleans Devon Still, Penn State DT
63. New England Brian Quick, Appalachian State WR
64. Green Bay Mike Martin, Michigan DE

65. Miami Bruce Irvin, West Virginia OLB
66. Indianapolis Kirk Cousins, Michigan State QB
67. St. Louis Kevin Zeitler, Wisconsin OG
68. Arizona Stephon Gilmore, South Carolina CB
69. Denver Doug Martin, Boise State RB
70. Minnesota Andrew Datko, Florida State OT
71. Jacksonville Marvin McNutt, Iowa WR
72. Seattle Chris Owusu, Stanford WR
73. Tennessee Audie Cole, N.C. State ILB
74. Cleveland Cyrus Gray, Texas A&M RB
75. Washington Donnie Fletcher, Boston College CB
76. Chicago* Coby Fleener, Stanford TE
77. Philadelphia Sean Spence, Miami OLB
78. Kansas City Nate Potter, Boise State OT
79. Tampa Bay Dwight Jones, North Carolina WR
80. Cincinnati Brandon Boykin, Georgia CB
81. Dallas Ryan Steed, Furman CB
82. Chicago Kendall Reyes, Connecticut DT
83. Jets T.Y. Hilton, Florida International WR
84. Houston Brandon Lindsey, Pitt OLB
85. San Diego Ryan Tannehill, Texas A&M QB
86. Buffalo Kendall Wright, Baylor WR
87. Detroit Keenan Robinson, Texas OLB
88. Atlanta Daniel Herron, Ohio State RB
89. Pittsburgh Jarrett Boykin, Virginia Tech WR
90. Giants Levy Adcock, Oklahoma State OT
91. San Francisco Harrison Smith, Notre Dame S
92. Baltimore George Iloka, Boise State S
93. New Orleans Kheeston Randall, Texas DT
94. New England DaJohn Harris, USC DE
95. Green Bay Jake Bequette, Arkansas OLB

CJSchneider
10-28-2011, 02:19 PM
So, NO is going to take DT's in both the 2nd and 3rd round?

TACKLE
10-28-2011, 02:37 PM
i like the ravens picks.

TimmG6376
10-28-2011, 02:55 PM
Not bad for the Pack. Dennard is good value there, but Curry is still on the board he would be tough to pass up. Pairing him with Clay would be nice.

coordinator0
10-28-2011, 03:19 PM
i like the ravens picks.

Really? I can see them being good in terms of value, but I don't think any of them make us that much better. To be honest I don't think any of them would get enough snaps to make a big impact. Ingram could if we don't bring back Johnson but I have a hard time seeing the team letting him walk.

fenikz
10-28-2011, 03:24 PM
I'd love that draft, Martin is my #2 most wanted player after Luck and Gilmore in the 3rd is great value. Has all the upside in the world

Vaylor
10-28-2011, 04:47 PM
There are no 5-techs worth drafting in the 1st round that actually fit the Patriots 2-Gap 3-4 defense. Drafting T.J. McDonald at #31 would be a better choice.

I honestly would rather have Kendall Wright instead of Brian Quick.

redbills
10-28-2011, 04:50 PM
Bills get no pass rush = F imo

Matthew Jones
10-28-2011, 05:00 PM
The Patriots need a center but Michael Brewster is not a first-round prospect at this point. Peter Konz would be a better pick there. Brandon Thompson is more of a one-gap player and I doubt the Patriots would consider him a fit for their defense. Mark Barron would make sense considering Belichick's connection with Saban and the fact that James Ihedigbo is one of the Patriots' starting safeties. Cam Johnson seems like a pretty good pick but I'll admit I haven't seen a whole lot of him this seaason. I would like Jared Crick there personally though. New England tends to draft prospects from big-time programs so I have trouble seeing Brian Quick as a pick there. I don't know if the Patriots are big fans of the USC program so I can't really comment on DaJohn Harris.

TheMatriculator
10-28-2011, 05:39 PM
Ouch, tough position for the Chiefs with most of the players that they would likely take already gone.

You have them taking 2 OTs in the first 3 rounds and that just isn't going to happen. Their O-line has played better than that. One maybe but not 2. They could use an upgrade at ILB to replace Jovan Belcher so why not give them Luke Kuechly, Boston College ILB in the first.

RB is another possibility. Thomas Jones is just about out of gas and Jamaal Charles will be returning from ACL surgury. This is a run first team so I could see them taking an RB in the 2nd or 3rd. Scott Pioli has only drafted an RB in the 1st once and that was Laurence Maroney in 2006. Didn't turn out very well, did it?

Giantsfan1080
10-28-2011, 05:43 PM
Giants 100% would not take a RB in the 1st round when we still have Bradshaw and Jacobs not to mention Ware and Scott. If we went LB it would most likely be an inside guy as it looks like we're covered on the outside with Boley and Williams.

49erNation85
10-28-2011, 05:48 PM
SF doesn't need to draft two S , come on man !Replace one of those with a wide out.
Denver won't draft another QB Tebow is there man for at least 5 years . I could see them goiing with Richardson by far the best RB.Believe in tebow

TACKLE
10-28-2011, 06:42 PM
Really? I can see them being good in terms of value, but I don't think any of them make us that much better. To be honest I don't think any of them would get enough snaps to make a big impact. Ingram could if we don't bring back Johnson but I have a hard time seeing the team letting him walk.

Well if it's not C or ILB in the first round, might as well be a pass rusher. JJ is still playing well but it never hurts to add a versatile pass rusher like Ingram (who physically, reminds me a lot of Adailius). LaMichael in the 2nd makes sense to me from a value/need standpoint and a SS in the 3rd thought. Didn't say I loved it but I like it.

OSUGiants17
10-28-2011, 07:13 PM
Giants 100% would not take a RB in the 1st round when we still have Bradshaw and Jacobs not to mention Ware and Scott. If we went LB it would most likely be an inside guy as it looks like we're covered on the outside with Boley and Williams.

Agreed, Sanu round one, Cole round 2 and Randle round 3 would be 100000x better

crites09
10-28-2011, 08:41 PM
Good first two rounds by the Bengals... but sorry we will not take another CB in round 3 if we took one in the first

JPF
10-28-2011, 08:59 PM
So the Panthers have DeAngelo Williams & Jonathan Stewart, both of whom were first round picks in the past 6 years and both have 1000 yard seasons under their belt...yet they spend their first rounder on a RB?

Second round pick doesn't fit either. The problem the Panthers have at safety is the depth, not needing to replace a starter.

Kirkpatrick in the 1st & Ronnell Lewis in the 2nd would make much more sense based on how you have everything else falling.

Paul
10-28-2011, 09:08 PM
Meh on the Cowboys draft. I like the players just not sure if really fits our needs perfectly. I like Worthy, but no so much in the 3-4. Jenkins pick is nice, but Spencer is solid enough if he sticks around for cheap. Sneed is pick ok. I really like to see OG addressed, though I have a feeling it will be ignored by Jerry and company come draft time.

MI_Buckeye
10-28-2011, 10:40 PM
SF doesn't need to draft two S , come on man !Replace one of those with a wide out.
Denver won't draft another QB Tebow is there man for at least 5 years . I could see them goiing with Richardson by far the best RB.Believe in tebow

Are you kidding me? Whatever you may think of Timmy, it is clear the current regime is dead set against him being the QB of the future, and might I add, for good reason. That being said, Richardson was the first alternate pick for sure. I think Fox would get a rock-hard erection at the thought of bringing Richardson aboard.

vidae
10-28-2011, 10:42 PM
Ouch, tough position for the Chiefs with most of the players that they would likely take already gone.

You have them taking 2 OTs in the first 3 rounds and that just isn't going to happen. Their O-line has played better than that. One maybe but not 2. They could use an upgrade at ILB to replace Jovan Belcher so why not give them Luke Kuechly, Boston College ILB in the first.

RB is another possibility. Thomas Jones is just about out of gas and Jamaal Charles will be returning from ACL surgury. This is a run first team so I could see them taking an RB in the 2nd or 3rd. Scott Pioli has only drafted an RB in the 1st once and that was Laurence Maroney in 2006. Didn't turn out very well, did it?

I was going to post almost the exact same thing, but I'll let Matriculator handle it.

Pat Sims 90
10-29-2011, 01:21 AM
Kirkpatrick, DeCastro, and Polk are awesome picks for the Bengals.

The Bengals only need 1 CB so in the 3rd sould be S, OLB, DE, DT.