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    Heres my post combine positional rankings, overall rankings and 2 round mock draft. Took me 2 days to complete all this. Comments and questions are welcomed...

    QB
    1 Cam Newton QB Auburn*
    2 Blaine Gabbert QB Missouri*
    3 Jake Locker QB Washington
    4 Ryan Mallett QB Arkansas*
    5 Christian Ponder QB Florida State
    6 Colin Kapernick QB Nevada
    7 Ricky Stanzi QB Iowa
    8 Andy Dalton QB TCU
    9 Tyrod Taylor QB Virginia Tech
    10 Pat Devlin QB Delaware

    RB
    1 Mark Ingram RB Alabama*
    2 Mikel Leshoure RB Illinois*
    3 DeMarco Murray RB Oklahoma
    4 Ryan Williams RB Virginia Tech*
    5 Kendall Hunter Oklahoma State
    6 Jordan Toddman RB UCONN*
    7 Taiwan Jones EWU*
    8 Shane Vereen RB CAL*
    9 Daniel Thomas RB Kansas State
    10 Derrick Lock RB Kentucky

    FB
    1 Owen Marecic FB Stanford
    2 Stanly Havili FB USC
    3 Anthony Sherman FB UCONN
    4 Henry Henoski FB Pittsburgh
    5 Shaun Chapas FB Georgia

    WR
    1 AJ Green WR Georgia*
    2 Julio Jones WR Alabama*
    3 Leonard Hankerson WR Miami
    4 Titus Young WR Boise State
    5 Jon Baldwin WR Pittsburgh*
    6 Jerrell Jernigan WR Troy
    7 Torrey Smith WR Maryland*
    8 Randall Cobb WR Kentucky*
    9 Edmond Gates WR Abilene Christian
    10 Vincent Brown WR San Diego State

    TE
    1 Kyle Rudolph TE Notre Dame*
    2 Landry Kendrick TE Wisconsin
    3 DJ Williams TE Arkansas
    4 Luke Stocker TE Tennessee
    5 Julius Thomas TE Portland State
    6 Virgil Green TE Nevada
    7 Lee Smith TE Marshall
    8 Rob Housler TE Florida Atlantic
    9 Jordan Cameron TE USC
    10 Weslye Saunders TE South Carolina

    OT
    1 Tyron Smith OT USC*
    2 Gabe Carimi OT Wisconsin
    3 Nate Solder OT Colorado
    4 Anthony Castonzo OT Boston College
    5 Derek Sherrod OT Mississippi State
    6 Orlando Franklin OT Miami
    7 Ben Ijalana OT Villanova
    8 Marcus Gilbert OT Florida
    9 DeMarcus Love OT Oklahoma
    10 James Brewer OT Indiana

    OG
    1 Marcus Cannon OG TCU
    2 Mike Pouncey OG Florida
    3 Danny Watkins OG Baylor
    4 John Moffit OG Wisconsin
    5 Rodney Hudson OG Florida State
    6 Clint Boling OG Georgia
    7 Andrew Jackson OG Frenso State
    8 Jason Pinkston OG Pittsburgh
    9 Will Rackley OG Lehigh
    10 James Carpenter OG Alabama

    C
    1 Stefen Wisniewski C Penn State
    2 Kris O’Dowd C USC
    3 Brandon Fusco C Slippery Rock
    4 Alex Linnenkohl C Oregon State
    5 Jake Kirkpatrick C TCU
    6 Ryan Bartholomew C Syracuse
    7 Zane Taylor C Utah
    8 Tim Barnes Missouri
    9 Zack Williams C Washington State

    4-3 DE
    1 Da’Quan Bowers DE Clemson*
    2 Robert Quinn DE UNC*
    3 Cameron Jordan DE CAL
    4 JJ Watt DE Wisconsin*
    5 Ryan Kerrigan DE Purdue
    6 Aldon Smith DE Missouri*
    7 Adrian Clayborn DE Iowa
    8 Brooks Reed DE Arizona
    9 Jabaal Sheerd DE Pittsburgh
    10 Allen Bailey DE Miami

    3-4 DE
    1 Marcell Dareus DL Alabama*
    2 Cameron Jordan DL CAL
    3 JJ Watt Wisconsin DL*
    4 Cameron Heyward DL Ohio State
    5 Muhammad Wilkerson DL Temple*
    6 Allen Bailey DL Miami
    7 Marvin Austin DL North Carolina
    8 Christian Ballard DL Iowa
    9 Adrian Clayborn DL Iowa
    10 Pernell McPhee DL Mississippi State

    DT
    1 Marcell Dareus DT Alabama*
    2 Nick Fairley DT Auburn*
    3 Corey Liuget DT Illinois*
    4 Stephen Paea DT Oregon State
    5 Muhammad Wilkerson DT Temple*
    6 Drake Nevis DT LSU
    7 Cameron Heyward DT Ohio State
    8 Christian Ballard DT Iowa
    9 Marvin Austin DT North Carolina
    10 Jerrell Casey DT USC*

    NT
    1 Phil Taylor NT Baylor
    2 Stephen Paea NT Oregon State
    3 Jerrell Powe NT Ole Miss
    4 Kendrick Ellis NT Hampton
    5 Sione Fua NT Stanford

    4-3 OLB
    1 Von Miller OLB Texas A&M
    2 Akeem Ayers OLB UCLA*
    3 Mason Foster OLB Washington
    4 Bruce Carter OLB UNC
    5 Mark Herzlich OLB Boston College
    6 Dontay Moch OLB Nevada
    7 Chris Carter OLB Fresno State
    8 Colin McCarthey OLB Miami
    9 KJ Wright OLB Mississippi State
    10 Ross Homan OLB Ohio State

    3-4 OLB
    1 Robert Quinn DE/OLB UNC*
    2 Von Miller DE/OLB Texas A&M
    3 Aldon Smith DE/OLB Missouri*
    4 Ryan Kerrigan DE/OLB Purdue
    5 Justin Houston DE/OLB Georgia*
    6 Brooks Reed DE/OLB Arizona
    7 Akeem Ayers DE/OLB UCLA*
    8 Sam Acho DE/OLB Texas
    9 Dontay Moch DE/OLB Nevada
    10 Jabaal Sheard DE/OLB Pittsburgh

    ILB
    1 Martez Wilson ILB Illinois*
    2 Greg Jones ILB Michigan State
    3 Kelvin Sheppard ILB LSU
    4 Quan Sturdivant ILB UNC
    5 Nate Irving ILB North Carolina State
    6 Casey Matthews ILB Oregon
    7 Josh Bynes ILB Auburn
    8 Chris Wright ILB Mississippi State
    9 Mike Mohamed ILB CAL
    10 Scott Lutrus ILB UCONN

    CB
    1 Patrick Peterson CB LSU*
    2 Prince Amukamara CB Nebraska
    3 Jimmy Smith CB Colorado
    4 Brandon Harris CB Miami*
    5 Aaron Williams CB Texas*
    6 Brandon Burton CB Utah*
    7 Davon House CB New Mexico State
    8 Jalil Brown CB Colorado
    9 Curtis Brown CB Texas
    10 Johnny Patrick CB Louisville

    DB
    1 Rahim Moore DB UCLA
    2 Deunta Williams DB UNC
    3 Jeron Johnson DB Boise State
    4 Quinton Carter DB Oklahoma
    5 Robert Sands DB West Virginia
    6 DeAndre McDaniel DB Clemson
    7 Ahmad Black DB Florida
    8 Jerrard Tarrant DB Georgia Tech
    9 Will Hill DB Florida*
    10 Joe Lefeged DB Rutgers

    Top 50 Overall
    1 Patrick Peterson DB LSU*
    2 Marcell Dareus DL Alabama*
    3 Da’Quan Bowers DE Clemson*
    4 Nick Fairley DT Auburn*
    5 AJ Green WR Georgia*
    6 Robert Quinn DE/OLB UNC*
    7 Von Miller OLB Texas A&M
    8 Prince Amuakamara CB Nebraska
    9 Cam Newton QB Auburn*
    10 Julio Jones WR Alabama*
    11 Cameron Jordan DE CAL
    12 JJ Watt DE Wisconsin*
    13 Blaine Gabbert QB Missouri*
    14 Mark Ingram RB Alabama*
    15 Ryan Kerrigan DE Purdue
    16 Tyron Smith OT USC*
    17 Jake Locker QB Washington
    18 Jimmy Smith CB Colorado
    19 Aldon Smith DE Missouri*
    20 Cameron Heyward DL Ohio State*
    21 Gabe Carimi OT Wisconsin
    22 Adrian Clayborn DE Iowa
    23 Brandon Harris CB Miami*
    24 Ryan Mallett QB Arkansas*
    25 Nate Solder OT Colorado
    26 Anthony Castinzo OT Boston College
    27 Martez Wilson ILB Illinois*
    28 Justin Houston DE/OLB Georgia*
    29 Corey Liuget DT Illinois
    30 Marcus Cannon OL TCU
    31 Stephen Paea DT Oregon State
    32 Aaron Williams CB Texas*
    33 Stefen Wisniewski C Penn State
    34 Derek Sherrod OT Mississippi State
    35 Rahim Moore DB UCLA
    36 Mike Pouncey OL Florida
    37 Muhammad Wilkerson DL Temple
    38 Brooks Reed DE/OLB Arizona
    39 Leonard Hankerson WR Miami
    40 Akeem Ayers OLB UCLA*
    41 Phil Taylor NT Baylor
    42 Allen Bailey DE Miami
    43 Titus Young WR Boise State
    44 Drake Nevis DT LSU
    45 Ben Ijalana OL Villanova
    46 Danny Watkins OL Baylor
    47 Kyle Rudolph TE Notre Dame*
    48 Christian Ballard DL Iowa
    49 Jon Baldwin WR Pittsburgh*
    50 Mikel Leshoure RB Illinois*

    Round 1

    1 Carolina Panthers- Da’Quan Bowers DE Clemson*
    Even after the combine there is still no #1 obvious choice for Carolina here at #1. Charles Johnson was a force last year and adding a stud like Bowers to go opposite of him will give the Panthers one of the best DE duo’s in the NFL. Bowers was dominant his last year college and has the size of former Panthers DE Julius Peppers.
    Other Options: QB Cam Newton, DT Marcell Dareus, DT Nick Fairley

    2 Denver Broncos- Marcell Dareus DT Alabama*
    With the re-signing of Champ Bailey and the recent cuts, DT has now become Denver’s #1 need. Many will think Fairley here, but I think the Broncos wont take that risk and select Dareus. Dareus was very impressive at the combine, showing his rare blend of size and athleticism that I think will be perfect in the 4-3.
    Other Options: DB Patrick Peterson, DE Da’Quan Bowers, DT Nick Fairley

    3 Buffalo Bills- Nick Fairley DT Auburn*
    The Bills have historically taken risky prospects that are either boom or bust type guy, and this pick will only add to the collection. Fairley does have some maturity concerns but his play on the field will make up for it. Fairley posted Ndamukong Suh type numbers last season for the National Champion Auburn Tigers.
    Other Options: QB Cam Newton, DL Marcell Dareus, OLB Von Miller

    4 Cincinnati Bengals- Patrick Peterson DB LSU*
    It’s official, Patrick Peterson is a BEAST, and with Jonathan Joseph now a UFA a CB could be needed. Peterson is my #1 prospect in this entire draft with his ability to make a impact as a CB, potentially as a FS and return specialist. At 6’0 220lbs and 4.34 40 speed, expect Peterson to very early in this draft.
    Other Options: WR AJ Green, QB Cam Newton, DE Da’Quan Bowers

    5 Arizona Cardinals- Von Miller OLB Texas A&M
    Other than Cam Newton, Von Miller might be the most talked about prospect during the off season events, leading his stock to shoot up the boards. A QB here would make since, but I believe a veteran will be brought in. Miller is a standout pass rusher that would likely replace Joey Porter.
    Other Options: DB Patrick Peterson, QB Cam Newton, QB Blaine Gabbert

    6 Cleveland Browns- AJ Green WR Georgia*
    I was surprised last year how talented this team looked at times, and how Colt McCoy was able to have some success this early in his career. But the offence and Colt could really take a step forward with the addition of AJ Green. Green didn’t run as well, which is why he falls a few spots, but on film he looks to be a #1 WR in the NFL.
    Other Options: DE Da’Quan Bowers, DE Robert Quinn, DT Nick Fairley

    7 San Francisco 49ers- Robert Quinn DE/OLB UNC*
    I’m not buying the Gabbert hype, Newton isn’t a good fit at all and I believe Harbaugh will bring in a stop gap QB this year. So where do they go here? I think a pass rusher like Robert Quinn makes the most sense. He would replace the overrated Manny Lawson, and give this 3-4 defense the stud pass rusher from the outside they desperately need.
    Other Options: QB Blaine Gabbert, CB Prince Amuakamara, OLB Von Miller

    8 Tennessee Titans- Cam Newton QB Auburn*
    Vince Young will be gone soon, and I think the main reason to why Jeff Fisher is out as the head coach is the GM wants to restart and draft a QB. I am one of the believers in Cam Newton being able to be a QB in the NFL, and I expect him to be gone by this pick. Newton is without a doubt a special athlete and with the correct coaching he could be what many thought VY would turn into.
    Other Options: DT Nick Fairley, QB Blaine Gabbert, CB Prince Amuakamara

    9 Dallas Cowboys- JJ Watt DE Wisconsin*
    I’m not buying the Cowboys sticking here at 9(I can see Jerry making a move for PP), but if they do I think the best value will be at DL. Both Watt and Jordan make sense as a 3-4 DE, but I give the edge to Watt based on the hype surrounding him. Watt was impressive at the combine showing up at 6’5 290lbs and looking good in drills.
    Other Options: DB Patrick Peterson, OT Tyron Smith, OLB Robert Quinn

    10 Washington Redskins- Blaine Gabbert QB Missouri*
    I think there is no question that the Redskins will be looking for a franchise QB here. With Newton gone, Gabbert becomes the next logical QB off the board. Gabbert fits what Mike Shanahan looks for in a QB(big arm, mobility) and could be in his eyes the next Jay Cutler. I’m not as high on Gabbert as most, but he should go in the top 10 in this QB driven league.
    Other Options: QB Cam Newton, WR AJ Green, WR Julio Jones

    11 Houston Texans- Prince Amukamara CB Nebraska
    With Wade Phillips becoming the new DC, I expect the Texans defense to improve dramatically. They have some solid pieces up front, but I don’t see a NT worth this high of a pick, so adding to this horrible secondary is the next need. Amukamara ran a 4.43 40 which is impressive and he would add some real talent to the last ranked pass defense.
    Other Options: OLB Robert Quinn, OLB Von Miller, DE Cameron Jordan

    12 Minnesota Vikings- Cameron Jordan DE CAL
    New Head Coach Leslie Frazier has said he would like to improve the run defense from last year and that starts on the DL. Ray Edwards is set to be a F/A and likely will be overpaid so DE will become a need. Cameron Jordan is one of my favorite prospects this year, being a standout during the Senior Bowl and combine and has some versatility in a 4-3 defense.
    Other Options: QB Blaine Gabbert, OT Tyron Smith, QB Jake Locker

    13 Detroit Lions- Tyron Smith OT USC*
    Even though I am a believer in CB Jimmy Smith, this is still a bit high for him so the Lions will need to address another need. Matt Stafford has been hurt 2 years in a row and I think its clearly the time to help protect the future of your franchise. Tyron Smith is a project in the NFL, but he has prototypical size at 6’5, 307lbs and is a freak athlete on and off the field.
    Other Options: CB Jimmy Smith, DE Ryan Kerrigan, OT Gabe Carimi

    14 St. Louis Rams- Julio Jones WR Alabama*
    Sam Bradford had a impressive rookie campaign even with the lack of talent on offence. Julio Jones has solidified himself as a top 15, maybe even top 10 pick with his standout performance at the combine despite a broken foot. Jones would be a instant starter for the Rams and with his 6’2 220lbs and 4.39 speed I predict he will be a Pro Bowl type WR.
    Other Options: DE Ryan Kerrigan, DT Cameron Heyward, DE Aldon Smith

    15 Miami Dolphins- Mark Ingram RB Alabama*
    Chad Henne is already being named the starter at QB so I am ruling Locker and Mallett out here for now. With Ronnie Brown and Ricky Williams starting to show some age, RB has become a huge. Mark Ingram has the look for Hall of Fame RB Emmitt Smith and was able to succeed against SEC defenses for 3 straight years.
    Other Options: QB Jake Locker, QB Ryan Mallett, OLB Ryan Kerrigan

    16 Jacksonville Jaguars- Ryan Kerrigan DE Purdue
    With the injury to Kampman last year and the lack of production from all the other DE’s I expect the Jaguars to once again take a DE in the 1st round. Ryan Kerrigan is a guy I think will succeed in both a 4-3 and 3-4 defense because of his work ethic and athleticism. Kerrigan was one of the most productive DE’s in college throught his career, with a total of 37.5 sacks.
    Other Options: QB Jake Locker, QB Ryan Mallett, DE Aldon Smith

    17 New England Patriots(f/OAK)- Cameron Heyward DL Ohio State
    18 San Diego Chargers- Gabe Carimi OT Wisconsin
    19 New York Giants- Martez Wilson ILB Illinois*
    20 Tampa Bay Buccaneers- Aldon Smith DE Missouri*
    21 Kansas City Chiefs- Anthony Castinzo OT Boston College
    22 Indianapolis Colts- Nate Solder OT Colorado
    23 Philadelphia Eagles- Derek Sherrod OL Mississippi State
    24 New Orleans Saints- Stephen Paea DT Oregon State
    25 Seattle Seahawks- Jake Locker QB Washington
    26 Baltimore Ravens- Jimmy Smith CB Colorado
    27 Atlanta Falcons- Adrian Clayborn DE Iowa
    28 New England Patriots- Brooks Reed DE/OLB Arizona
    29 Chicago Bears- Corey Liuget DT Illinois*
    30 New York Jets- Justin Houston DE/OLB Georgia*
    31 Pittsburgh Steelers- Brandon Harris CB Miami*
    32 Green Bay Packers- Marcus Cannon OL TCU

    Round 2

    33 New England Patriots(f/CAR)- Mike Pouncey OL Florida
    34 Buffalo Bills- Akeem Ayers OLB UCLA*
    35 Cincinnati Bengals- Ryan Mallett QB Arkansas*
    36 Denver Broncos- Aaron Williams CB Texas*
    37 Cleveland Browns- Leonard Hankerson WR Miami
    38 Arizona Cardinals- Christian Ponder QB Florida State
    39 Tennessee Titans- Muhammad Wilkerson DT Temple*
    40 Dallas Cowboys- Rahim Moore DB UCLA*
    41 Washington Redskins- Jon Baldwin WR Pittsburgh*
    42 Houston Texans- Phil Taylor NT Baylor
    43 Minnesota Vikings- Ben Ijalana OL Villanova
    44 Detroit Lions- Brandon Burton CB Utah*
    45 San Francisco 49ers- Davon House CB New Mexico
    46 Denver Broncos(f/MIA)- Kyle Rudolph TE Notre Dame*
    47 St. Louis Rams- Drake Nevis DT LSU
    48 Oakland Raiders- Stefen Wisniewski C/OG Penn State
    49 Jacksonville Jaguars- Deunta Williams DB UNC
    50 San Diego Chargers- Sam Acho DE/OLB Texas
    51 Tampa Bay Buccaneers- Greg Jones LB Michigan State
    52 New York Giants- Mikel Leshoure RB Illinois*
    53 Indianapolis Colts- Danny Watkins OG Baylor
    54 Philadelphia Eagles- Jalil Brown CB Colorado
    55 Kansas City Chiefs- Titus Young WR Boise State
    56 New Orleans Saints- Mason Foster LB Washington
    57 Seattle Seahawks- Curtis Brown CB Texas
    58 Baltimore Ravens- Christian Ballard DL Iowa
    59 Atlanta Falcons- Orlando Franklin OT Miami
    60 New England Patriots- Marcus Gilbert OT Florida
    61 San Diego Chargers(f/NYJ)- Kelvin Sheppard ILB LSU
    62 Chicago Bears- DeMarcus Love OL Oklahoma
    63 Pittsburgh Steelers- John Moffit OG Wisconsin
    64 Green Bay Packers- Jerrell Jernigan WR Troy
    Last edited by RaiderNation; 03-04-2011, 06:03 PM.


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  • #2
    Only things that I'd really disagree on are maybe having Aldon Smith higher in the 4-3 end category and having Akeem Ayers lower. And I like Brandon Harris Better than Jimmy Smith.

    Also, do you really think the Titans would take Cam Newton right after getting rid of Vince Young? I like Newton, too, but he's the same type of player as Vince Young. I'd think they'd try something new.

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    • #3
      Where is SF QB in round two?UGH I don't wanna have to wait until round 3.I still like Stanzi / Ponder in round two.And really Cam and Gabbert over Locker still?I thought Locker really improved at the combine as far as accuracy goes.Heck even in round two Mallet would be a steal.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Calubflower View Post
        Only things that I'd really disagree on are maybe having Aldon Smith higher in the 4-3 end category and having Akeem Ayers lower. And I like Brandon Harris Better than Jimmy Smith.

        Also, do you really think the Titans would take Cam Newton right after getting rid of Vince Young? I like Newton, too, but he's the same type of player as Vince Young. I'd think they'd try something new.
        IDK who you would have lowered below Smith, I think all 5 of them are better and Aldon is going to struggle against the run at first in the pro's.

        Harris and Smith are close but I give Smith the edge, especially after the combine since Harris is only 5'9 and Smith showed up at 6'2

        Bud Adams did love VY, and really didnt want to get rid of him but he had to because the relationship between VY and the fans/orginization is all but done. I do understand though they could opt for Gabbert since they could be looking for a new direction at QB


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        • #5
          WR 4-7 should be arranged differently. Stocker should be over Williams.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by 49erNation85 View Post
            Where is SF QB in round two?UGH I don't wanna have to wait until round 3.I still like Stanzi / Ponder in round two.And really Cam and Gabbert over Locker still?I thought Locker really improved at the combine as far as accuracy goes.Heck even in round two Mallet would be a steal.
            Its hard because I really think Harbaugh is going to focus on the defense this year and then get his franchise QB next year(Luck?).

            Stanzi didnt really impress at both the Senior Bowl and Combine so I think he is a 3rd now unless a team falls in love with him.

            Locker looked good throwing against air, but still didnt look like a top 15 pick at the Senior Bowl and during his senior year.

            I have Mallett going in the 2nd, but I truely believe a team will trade up/down into the 20's and draft him


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            • #7
              Originally posted by RaiderNation View Post
              Its hard because I really think Harbaugh is going to focus on the defense this year and then get his franchise QB next year(Luck?).

              Stanzi didnt really impress at both the Senior Bowl and Combine so I think he is a 3rd now unless a team falls in love with him.

              Locker looked good throwing against air, but still didnt look like a top 15 pick at the Senior Bowl and during his senior year.

              I have Mallett going in the 2nd, but I truely believe a team will trade up/down into the 20's and draft him
              Jake Kirkpatrick is not in your top ten C??? Bartholomew is better???

              Also, I don't think that Franklin is an OT.
              Kaepernick is this years pat white. Thin, gimmick offense and doesn't possess an nfl arm. The ncaa constantly regurgitates clones of past players and amazingly enough, tricks some people into thinking they're better than their cloned half. Kaepernick was a complete waste of a senior bowl qb spot. A better qb will come from the east/west shrine or whatever they're calling it now...count on it

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              • #8
                Originally posted by RaiderNation View Post
                IDK who you would have lowered below Smith, I think all 5 of them are better and Aldon is going to struggle against the run at first in the pro's.
                I like him better than Watt and Kerrigan, but I'll admit that's primarily based on my take on their pass-rushing ability. The aforementioned probably are going to be better run-stoppers, so it depends what you're looking for.

                I think Brandon Harris is a more tenacious football player than Jimmy Smith, and I like the way he always seems to be able to get a hand on the ball at the last second. Jimmy Smith isn't as good in run-stopping and I don't think he's got the same ability to get to the ball. Having 5" of height is a major advantage, though, so again it just depends what you want and I'm kinda nitpicking.

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                • #9
                  Brandon Harris sewed up the #3 CB spot you think?

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                  Newton
                  South of the Mason Dixon +10 swagger
                  Barely literate +5 swagger
                  Thief +15 swagger
                  Kicked off of a team of thugs +20 swagger
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                  Hasn't done jacksquat on the field +15 swagger
                  Total Swagger: 62
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                  • #10
                    I'm tired of that exccus for JH for not taking a QB this year!Such Luck fan boys!9ers need a QB NOW! not next year.Stanzi in round 3 really?I would not mind that ,excellent value IMO.I can't wait another for a darn QB in SF and I am not a lone here.

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                    • #11
                      I think Aldon Smith will be a monster, so I'd rank him higher. He doesn't have the size as the others, but -- he actually played the run fairly well ... held up at the POA, used his hands to disengage from blockers and get to the RB, and would crash the LOS downwards to help stop the run very well ...

                      Harris over Jimmy Smith. I don't care about size ... Harris plays more physical than Jimmy and has better ball skills by a large margin. I'd move Harris to the #2 CB, but that's just my opinion.

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                      • #12
                        lmao dude it looks exactly like my mock in my sig. :) haha id say nice job

                        Thanks to BoneKrusher for this amazing sig!

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by shylo3716 View Post
                          Brandon Harris sewed up the #3 CB spot you think?
                          How, by being slower and smaller than expected? I think Jimmy Smith sewed it up.

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by 49erNation85 View Post
                            Where is SF QB in round two?UGH I don't wanna have to wait until round 3.I still like Stanzi / Ponder in round two.And really Cam and Gabbert over Locker still?I thought Locker really improved at the combine as far as accuracy goes.Heck even in round two Mallet would be a steal.
                            The combine does not erase bad tape.
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                            It's called Karma for all the years with Montana and Young.

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                            • #15
                              Dalton is the number 1 QB
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