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Dangermouse
12-30-2011, 11:49 AM
1st overall
Andrew Luck, QB

Top 3 picks
Robert Griffin III, QB
Matt Kalil, OT

Top 5 picks
Trent Richardson, RB
Morris Claiborne, CB

Top 10 picks
Justin Blackmon, WR
Michael Floyd, WR
Jonathan Martin, OT
David DeCastro, OG
Quinton Coples, DE

First round
Alshon Jeffrey, WR
Reilly Reiff, OT
Cordy Glenn, OG
Pete Konz, C
Dontari Poe, NT
Brandon Thompson, DT
Devon Still, DT
Luke Kuechly, LB
Vontaze Burfict, LB
Dre Kirkpatrick, CB

First-Second round
Landry Jones, QB
Kellen Moore, QB
Montee Ball, RB
Chris Polk, RB
Ryan Broyles, WR
Kendall Wright, WR
Dwayne Allen, TE
Coby Fleener, TE
Zebrie Sanders, OT
Mike Adams, OT
Nate Potter, OG
Mike Brewster, C
Nick Perry, DE
Vinny Curry, DE
Jerel Worthy, DT
Alameda Ta'amu, NT
Fletcher Cox, DT
Courteney Upshaw, OLB
Zach Brown, OLB
Donta Hightower, MLB
Tank Carder, MLB
Alfonzo Dennard, CB
Coryell Judie, CB
Mark Barron, S

Second round
Ryan Lindley, QB
Ryan Tannehill, QB
Lamichael James, RB
Lamar Miller, RB
Jeff Fuller, WR
Josh Chapman, NT
Kevin Reddick, MLB
Chase Minnifield, CB

Matthew Jones
12-30-2011, 11:54 AM
The rankings are understandable for the most part. Could you comment on Dontari Poe, Kellen Moore, Montee Ball, Chris Polk, Mike Brewster, Tank Carder, and Ryan Lindley? Those ones stood out to me.

Dangermouse
12-30-2011, 11:59 AM
The rankings are understandable for the most part. Could you comment on Dontari Poe, Kellen Moore, Montee Ball, Chris Polk, Mike Brewster, Tank Carder, and Ryan Lindley? Those ones stood out to me.

Poe: 3-4 NTs are so difficult to come by.

Moore: Think he's this year's Andy Dalton.

Ball and Polk have the size to be 3 down runners in the NFL which in my opinion puts them ahead of Miller and James.


Brewster: I watched him months ago, has he declined?

Carder: Same as Brewster.

Lindley: I love QBs that just make NFL type throws. Lindley could be very good.

Matthew Jones
12-30-2011, 12:20 PM
Poe: 3-4 NTs are so difficult to come by.

Moore: Think he's this year's Andy Dalton.

Ball and Polk have the size to be 3 down runners in the NFL which in my opinion puts them ahead of Miller and James.


Brewster: I watched him months ago, has he declined?

Carder: Same as Brewster.

Lindley: I love QBs that just make NFL type throws. Lindley could be very good.

Poe has a long ways to go in terms of leverage/balance before he can be considered a true 3-4 NT. Moore does not have anywhere near the velocity Andy Dalton did although his touch is impressive. Lamar Miller is a home-run threat who should be a stud in the NFL; Ball is nowhere near as dynamic. Where is David Wilson? Wilson projects as a better back than former teammate Ryan Williams. Brewster has a lot of trouble executing shotgun snaps and does not have a killer instinct; may be better suited to offensive guard in the NFL. Tank Carder suffered an injury and is probably a rotational player or maybe a starter in a 4-3 defense but does not shed blocks well enough to go in the first two rounds. Lindley has a rifle arm, height, and a strong release point but his footwork is incredibly awkward.

TACKLE
12-30-2011, 03:41 PM
Poe has a long ways to go in terms of leverage/balance before he can be considered a true 3-4 NT.

Huh? His leverage and balance are two of his greatest strengths, especially for his size. That along with his size/strength/athleticism are what makes him the best DT in this draft.