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    First 7 round mock of the year, post superbowl, pre combine. Please give criticism to improve my next 7 rounder after the combine. This mock does not have any trades or does not include comp. picks. Sorry too lazy to type out every teams picks, so just CTRL+F to make sure you don’t miss any picks.

    First Round:

    1) Carolina (2-14) Nick Fairley/DT/Auburn
    2) Denver (4-12) Da’Quan Bowers/DE/Clemson
    3) Buffalo (4-12) Cam Newton/QB/Auburn
    4) Cincinnati (4-12) AJ Green/WR/Georgia
    5) Arizona (5-11) Patrick Peterson/CB/LSU
    6) Cleveland (5-11) Marcell Dareus DT/Alabama
    7) San Francisco (6-10) Von Miller/OLB/Texas A&M
    8 ) Tennessee (6-10) Robert Quinn/DE/UNC
    9) Dallas (6-10) Prince Amukamara/CB/Nebraska
    10) Washington (6-10) Julio Jones/WR/Alabama
    11) Houston (6-10) Cam Jordan/DE/Cal
    12) Minnesota (6-10) Blaine Gabbert/QB/Missouri
    13) Detroit (6-10) Ryan Kerrigan/DE/Purdue
    14) St. Louis (7-9) Aldon Smith DE/Missouri
    15) Miami (7-9) Gabe Carimi OT/Wisconsin
    16) Jacksonville (8-8) J.J. Watt DE/Wisconsin
    17) New England - from Oakland (8-8) Justin Houston/OLB/Georgia
    18 ) San Diego (9-7) Cameron Heyward/DE/Ohio State
    19) New York Giants (10-6) Nate Solder/OT/Colorado
    20) Tampa Bay (10-6) Adrian Clayborne/DE/Iowa
    21) Kansas City* (10-6) Stephen Paea/DT/Oregon State
    22) Indianapolis* (10-6) Derek Sherrod/OT/Mississippi State
    23) Philadelphia* (10-6) Akeem Ayers/OLB/UCLA
    24) New Orleans* (11-5) Corey Liuget/DT/Illinois
    25) Seattle* (7-9) Jake Locker/QB/Washington
    26) Baltimore* (12-4) Jimmy Smith/CB/Colorado
    27) Atlanta* (13-3) Tyron Smith/OT/USC
    28 ) New England* (14-2) Anthony Costanzo/OT/Boston College
    29) Chicago* (11-5) Mike Pouncey/OG/Florida
    30) New York Jets* (11-5) Christian Ballard/DE/Iowa
    31) Pittsburgh* (12-4) Marcus Cannon/OL/TCU
    32) Green Bay* (10-6) Brandon Harris/CB/Miami

    2nd Round

    33) New England - from Carolina (2-14) Brooks Reed/LB/Arizona
    34) Buffalo (4-12) Allen Bailey/DE/Miami
    35) Cincinnati (4-12) Ryan Mallett/QB/Arkansas
    36) Denver (4-12) Aaron Williams/CB/Texas
    37) Cleveland (5-11) Torrey Smith/WR/Maryland
    38 ) Arizona (5-11) Dontay Moch/OLB/Nevada
    39) Tennessee (6-10) Stephen Wisniewski/C/Penn State
    40) Dallas (6-10) Rahim Moore/S/UCLA
    41) Washington (6-10) Phil Taylor/DT/Baylor
    42) Houston (6-10) Jerrel Jernigan/WR/Troy
    43) Minnesota (6-10) Deunta Williams/S/UNC
    44) Detroit (6-10) Mark Ingram/RB/Alabama
    45) San Francisco (6-10) Brandon Burton/CB/Utah
    46) Denver - from Miami (7-9) Mason Foster/LB/Washington
    47) St. Louis (7-9) Leonard Hankerson/WR/Miami
    48 ) Oakland (8-8) Davon House/CB/New Mexico State
    49) Jacksonville (8-8) Colin Kaepernick/QB/Nevada
    50) San Diego (9-7) Jonathan Baldwin/WR/Pitt
    51) Tampa Bay (10-6) Jeremy Beal/DE/Oklahoma
    52) New York Giants (10-6) Drake Nevis/DL/LSU
    53) Indianapolis* (10-6) Danny Watkins/G/Baylor
    54) Philadelphia* (10-6) Deandre Mcdaniel/S/Clemson
    55) Kansas City* (10-6) Titus Young/WR/Boise State
    56) New Orleans* (11-5) Kelvin Sheppard/LB/LSU
    57) Seattle* (7-9) Curtis Brown/CB/Texas
    58 ) Baltimore* (12-4) Martez Wilson/LB/Illinois
    59) Atlanta* (13-3) Sam Acho DE/Texas
    60) New England* (14-2) Ahmad Black/S/Florida
    61) San Diego - from New York Jets* (11-5) Nate Irving/LB/NCState
    62) Chicago* (11-5) Mikel Leshoure/RB/Illinois
    63) Pittsburgh* (12-4) Ras-I Dowling/CB/Virginia
    64) Green Bay* (10-6) Rodney Hudson/G/Florida State

    3rd Round

    65) Carolina (2-14) Jabaal Sheard/DE/Pitt
    66) Cincinnati (4-12) Ben Ijalana/G/Villanova
    67) Denver (4-12) Jurrell Casey/DT/USC
    68 ) Buffalo (4-12) Kyle Rudolph/TE/Notre Dame
    69) Arizona (5-11) D.J. Williams/TE/Arkansas
    70) Cleveland (5-11) Quan Sturdivant/LB/UNC
    71) Dallas (6-10) Kendrick Ellis/NT/Hampton
    72) New Orleans - from Washington (6-10) Bruce Carter/LB/UNC
    73) Houston (6-10) Steven Friday/OLB/Virginia Tech
    74) New England - from Minnesota (6-10) Muhammad Wilkerson/DE/Temple
    75) Detroit (6-10) Greg Jones/LB/Michigan State
    76) San Francisco (6-10) Andy Dalton/QB/TCU
    77) Tennessee (6-10) Christian Ponder/QB/Florida State
    78 ) St. Louis (7-9) DeMarco Murray/RB/Oklahoma
    79) Miami (7-9) Jerell Powe/NT/Ole Miss
    80) Jacksonville (8-8) Quinton Carter/S/Oklahoma
    81) Oakland (8-8) John Moffitt/G/Wisconsin
    82) San Diego (9-7) Jeron Johnson/S/Boise State
    83) New York Giants (10-6) Daniel Thomas/RB/Kansas State
    84) Tampa Bay (10-6) K.J. Wright/OLB/Mississippi State
    85) Philadelphia* (10-6) Ryan Williams/RB/Virginia Tech
    86) Kansas City* (10-6) Lee Ziemba/OT/Auburn
    87) Indianapolis* (10-6) Jake Kirkpatrick/C/TCU
    88 ) New Orleans* (11-5) Kendall Hunter/RB/Oklahoma State
    89) San Diego - from Seattle* (7-9) Jaiquawn Jarrett/FS/Temple
    90) Baltimore* (12-4) Greg Little/WR/UNC
    91) Atlanta* (13-3) Vincent Brown/WR/San Diego State
    92) New England* (14-2) Tim Barnes/C/Missouri
    93) Chicago* (11-5) Jalil Brown/CB/Colorado
    94) New York Jets* (11-5) Randall Cobb/WR/Kentucky
    95) Pittsburgh* (12-4) Jarvis Jenkins/DE/Clemson
    96) Green Bay* (10-6) Rashad Carmichael/CB/Virginia Tech

    4th Round

    97) Carolina (2-14) Dwyane Harris/WR/ECU
    98 ) Seattle - from New England via Denver (4-12) Sione Fua/DT/Stanford
    99) Buffalo (4-12) Greg Lloyd/ILB/Connecticut
    100) Cincinnati (4-12) Marvin Austin/DT/UNC
    101) Cleveland (5-11) Clint Bolling/OT/Georgia
    102) Arizona (5-11) Jason Pinkston/OT/Pitt
    103) Philadelphia - from Washington (6-10) Casey Matthews/LB/Oregon
    104) Houston (6-10) Johnny Patrick/CB/Louisville
    105) Minnesota (6-10) Orlando Franklin/OL/Miami
    106) Detroit (6-10) Shareece Wright/CB/USC
    107) San Francisco (6-10) Shane Vereen/RB/Cal
    108 ) Tennessee (6-10) Luke Stocker/TE/Tennessee
    109) Dallas (6-10) DeMarcus Love/OL/Arkansas
    110) Miami (7-9) Ricky Stanzi/QB/Iowa
    111) St. Louis (7-9) Colin McCarthy/LB/Miami
    112) Oakland (8-8) Pat Devlin/QB/Delaware
    113) Jacksonville (8-8) Tyler Sash/S/Iowa
    114) San Francisco - from San Diego (9-7) Andrew Jackson/G/Fresno State
    115) Tampa Bay (10-6) Erig Hagg/S/Nebraska
    116) New York Giants (10-6) Chykie Brown/CB/Texas
    117) Kansas City* (10-6) Austin Pettis/WR/Boise State
    118 ) Indianapolis* (10-6) Lawrence Guy/DT/Arizona State
    119) Philadelphia* (10-6) Keith Williams/OG/Nebraska
    120) Jacksonville - from New Orleans* (11-5) Kristofer O’dowd/C/USC
    121) Buffalo - from Seattle* (7-9) Greg Salas/WR/Hawaii
    122) Baltimore* (12-4) Pernell Mcphee/DE/Mississippi State
    123) Atlanta* (13-3) Greg Romeus/DE/Pitt
    124) New England* (14-2) Ronald Johnson/WR/USC
    125) New York Jets* (11-5) Cris Carter/OLB/Fresno State
    126) Chicago* (11-5) Edmond Gates/WR/Abiliene Christian
    127) Pittsburgh* (12-4) Mario Addison/LB/Troy
    128 ) Green Bay* (10-6) Terrence Tolliver/WR/LSU

    5th Round

    129) Carolina (2-14) Lance Kendricks/TE/Wisconsin
    130) Buffalo (4-12) James Carpenter/OT/Alabama
    131) Cincinnati (4-12) Adrian Motten/LB/Maryland
    132) Tampa Bay - from Denver (4-12) Owen Marecic/FB/Stanford
    133) Arizona (5-11) Nathan Enderle/QB/Idaho
    134) Cleveland (5-11) Graig Cooper/RB/Miami
    135) Houston (6-10) Noel Devine/RB/PR/West Virginia
    136) Minnesota (6-10) Cliff Matthews/DE/South Carolina
    137) Detroit (6-10) Mark Herzlich/OLB/Boston College
    138 ) San Francisco (6-10) Zane Parr/DE/Virginia
    139) Tennessee (6-10) Will Hill/S/Florida
    140) Dallas (6-10) Robert Sands/S/West Virginia
    141) Washington (6-10) Marcus Gilbert/OT/Florida
    142) St. Louis (7-9) Adrian Taylor/DT/Oklahoma
    143) Miami (7-9) Jacquizz Rodgers/RB/Oregon State
    144) Jacksonville (8-8) Tejay Johnson/S/TCU
    145) Oakland (8-8) Stanley Havalii/FB/USC
    146) Philadelphia - from San Diego (9-7) Tyrod Taylor/QB/Virginia Tech
    147) Minnesota - from New York Giants (10-6) Justin Rogers/CB/Richmond
    148 ) Tampa Bay (10-6) Derrick Locke/RB/Kentucky
    149) Indianapolis* (10-6) Jermale Hines/S/Ohio State
    150) Philadelphia* (10-6) Weslye Saunders/TE/South Carolina
    151) Kansas City* (10-6) Doug Houge/LB/Syracuse
    152) Washington - from New Orleans* (11-5) Zach Hurd/G/UCONN
    153) Seattle* (7-9) Kendic Burney/CB/North Carolina
    154) Baltimore* (12-4) Da’Rel Scott/RB/Maryland
    155) Atlanta* (13-3) Jordan Todman/RB/Uconn
    156) New England* (14-2) Greg Mcelroy/QB/Alabama
    157) Chicago* (11-5) Brandon Fusco/C/Slippery Rock
    158 ) New York Jets* (11-5) Markus White/OLB/Florida State
    159) Pittsburgh* (12-4) Dion Lewis/RB/Pitt
    160) Green Bay* (10-6) Taiwan Jones/RB/Eastern Washington

    6th Round

    161) Carolina (2-14) Stephen Schilling/OG/Michigan
    162) Cincinnati (4-12) Rick Elmore/DE/Arizona
    163) Cleveland - from Denver (4-12) Josh Bynes/ILB/Auburn
    164) Buffalo (4-12) Chimidi Chekwa/CB/Ohio State
    165) Cleveland (5-11) Armon Binns/WR/Cincinnati
    166) Arizona (5-11) Alex Wujciak/ILB/Maryland
    167) Minnesota (6-10) Chris Walker/DE/Tennessee
    168 ) Seattle - from Detroit (6-10) Karl Klug/DT/Iowa
    169) San Francisco (6-10) Anthony Gray/NT/Southern Miss
    170) Tennessee (6-10) Niles Paul/WR/Nebraska
    171) Dallas (6-10) Jeremy Kerley/WR/PR/TCU
    172) Washington (6-10) Delone Carter/RB/Syracuse
    173) Houston (6-10) Ian Williams/NT/Notre Dame
    174) Miami (7-9) Darvin Adams/WR/Auburn
    175) St. Louis (7-9) Shiloh Keo/SS/Idaho
    176) Oakland (8-8) Ryan Bartholomew/C/Syrcause
    177) Jacksonville (8-8) Cecil Shorts/WR/Mount Union
    178 ) San Diego (9-7) James Brewer/OT/Indiana
    179) Detroit - from Philadelphia via Tampa Bay (10-6) Deandre Brown/WR/Southern Miss
    180) New York Giants (10-6) Colin Baxter/C/Arizona
    181) Philadelphia* (10-6) Courtney Smith/WR/South Alabama
    182) Kansas City* (10-6) Taylor Potts/QB/Texas Tech
    183) Indianapolis* (10-6) Marcus Gilchrist/CB/Clemson
    184) Denver - from New England via New Orleans* (11-5) Alex Green/RB/Hawaii
    185) San Francisco - from Seattle* (7-9) Devon Torrence/CB/Ohio State
    186) Baltimore* (12-4) Eugene Clifford/S/Tennessee State
    187) Atlanta* (13-3) Virgil Green/TE/Nevada
    188 ) New England* (14-2) Evan Royster/RB/Penn State
    189) New York Jets* (11-5) Julius Thomas/TE/Portland State
    190) Chicago* (11-5) Orie Lemon/LB/Oklahoma State
    191) Pittsburgh* (12-4) Jay Valai/S/Wisconsin
    192) Green Bay* (10-6) Tom Keiser/OLB/Wisconsin

    7th Round

    193) Green Bay - from Carolina (2-14) Jock Saunders/WR/Returner/West Virginia
    194) Denver (4-12) Joe Torchia/TE/Virginia
    195) Buffalo (4-12) Ross Homan/LB/Ohio State
    196) Cincinnati (4-12) Mario Fannin/RB/Auburn
    197) New York Jets - from Arizona (5-11) Bilal Powell/RB/Louisville
    198 ) Seattle - from Cleveland (5-11) Jeff Maehl/WR/Oregon
    199) San Francisco - from Detroit (6-10) Joe Morgan/WR/Walsh
    200) San Francisco (6-10) Bruce Miller/LB/Central Florida
    201) Tennessee (6-10) Mike Mohamed/LB/Cal
    Dallas (6-10)- Supplemental Draft
    202) Washington (6-10) John Graves/DE/Virginia Tech
    203) Houston (6-10) Chas Henry/P/Florida
    204) Minnesota (6-10) Zane Taylor/C/Utah
    205) St. Louis (7-9) Andre Smith/TE/Virginia Tech
    206) Miami (7-9) Rob Housler/TE/Florida Atlantic
    207) Miami - from Jacksonville (8-8) Will Rackley/OG/Lehigh
    208 ) Oakland (8-8) Derell Johnson-Koulianos/WR/Iowa
    209) Dallas - from San Diego (9-7) Alex Henery/K/Nebraska
    210) New York Giants (10-6) Jonathan Freeny/DE/Rutgers
    211) Tampa Bay (10-6) David Arkin/OG/Missouri State
    212) Kansas City* (10-6) Zack Pianalto/TE/UNC
    213) Indianapolis* (10-6) Tandon Doss/WR/Indiana
    214) Baltimore - from Philadelphia* (10-6) Cheta Ozougwu/DE/OLB/Rice
    215) New Orleans* (11-5) Randall Hunt/OG/Illinois
    216) Seattle* (7-9) Anthony Allen/RB/Georgia Tech
    217) Baltimore* (12-4) Alex Linnenkohl/C/Oregon State
    218 ) Atlanta* (13-3) Atlanta - from New England* (14-2) Corey Lindsey/CB/Southern Illinois
    Chicago* (11-5)- Supplemental Draft
    219) Detroit - from New York Jets* (11-5) Scott Tolzien/QB/Wisconsin
    220) Pittsburgh* (12-4) Detron Lewis/WR/Texas Tech
    221) Green Bay* (10-6) Josh Portis/QB/California(PA) “Mr. Irrelevant”
    Last edited by SeanTaylorRIP; 02-08-2011, 04:56 PM.

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  • #2
    This is a good Vikings mock. I would prefer to not take two DE, maybe a guard, a DT, a CB, or another S would be better.

    Bonekrusher.

    Originally posted by JordanTaber
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    • #3
      That is just a nice SF mock all the way threw. The only bad draft I have is the RB,SF really doesn't need one.But if its a good BPA then I'm all for it.Love all the other players tho.Nice work doing a full 7 sounds.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by prock View Post
        This is a good Vikings mock. I would prefer to not take two DE, maybe a guard, a DT, a CB, or another S would be better.
        Yeah I caught that when I was nearing the finish, didn't know I had already given Cliff to you.

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        • #5
          So the Bengals draft Ryan Mallet to play CB? I guess he would be good becasue he knows what QB is thinking. Mallet does not fit the Bengals new West Coast Scheme plus they will not a draft QB that high unless Carson retires or they trade him.

          Every other pick is fine but i would like to see them pick up a RB at some point.


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          • #6
            Originally posted by Pat Sims 90 View Post
            So the Bengals draft Ryan Mallet to play CB? I guess he would be good becasue he knows what QB is thinking. Mallet does not fit the Bengals new West Coast Scheme plus they will not a draft QB that high unless Carson retires or they trade him.

            Every other pick is fine but i would like to see them pick up a RB at some point.
            I gave you Mario Fannin in the 7th. Didn't think it warranted a higher draft slot given you have Benson still and Scott has potential.

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            • #7
              honestly I want us to address OLB sooner then RD 5.Ayers in RD 1 and then Fua in the 3rd

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              • #8
                outside of the kendall hunter pick there really arent any bad saints picks, however the way it everything works out would just be really really sucky, I dont like liuget as a first rounder but I dont have any better options at that point and the same can be said for sheppard in the late second


                Saints 2014 draft wish list:
                - No pass rusher till the fourth round (or preferably at all)
                - Corner or Wideout in the first
                - No reaching
                - No Kelvin Benjamin

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                • #9
                  [QUOTE=SeanTaylorRIP;251457427) Atlanta* (13-3) Tyron Smith/OT/USC
                  59) Atlanta* (13-3) Sam Acho DE/Texas
                  91) Atlanta* (13-3) Vincent Brown/WR/San Diego State
                  123) Atlanta* (13-3) Greg Romeus/DE/Pitt
                  155) Atlanta* (13-3) Jordan Todman/RB/Uconn
                  187) Atlanta* (13-3) Virgil Green/TE/Nevada
                  218 ) Atlanta* (13-3) Atlanta - from New England* (14-2) Corey Lindsey/CB/Southern Illinois
                  [/QUOTE]

                  LOVE the first 5 picks.
                  Todman at 155 is a steal.

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                  • #10
                    Yeah there are so many RB's around the same level it was hard to place guys, Todman though would be what Norwood should have been if it weren't for injuries.

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                    • #11
                      I like the draft overall. I like different players, but you hit most of our needs. I'd hope we'd stay away from Will Hill, though.
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                      • #12
                        Not trilled with the Cardinals picks, PP in the 1st would be amazing but Moch in the 2nd is such a huge reach at this point, obviously he is made for the combine so his stock will rise but I don't see it ever getting that high. Williams in the 3rd is another reach and honestly he is a terrible blocker so he wouldnt even be on the radar imo. Pinkston is solid in the 4th but he will be moving to OG, No reason for the Cardinals to take a QB in the 5th he would never make the team, guys like Will Hill, Mark Herzlich, Marcus Gilbert and Kendric Burney are way too good of talents to pass on(should of gone much sooner). Wujciak is solid in the 6th

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                        • #13
                          Even though OLB is a huge need for the Patriots I think two with the first three picks is overkill. I'd prefer Leonard Hankerson there instead. I'd also prefer Darren Evans to Evan Royster, but either way this is a very, very good Patriots draft!

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                          • #14
                            Overall a good Vikings mock. Would rather have Danny Watkins in the second, though.


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                            • #15
                              Not bad. Not sure about two CBs in the first 3 rounds, but I like both players.

                              If we are going to take a developmental OLB I might prefer Cheta Ozougwu over Keiser. Ozougwu is a little undersized but was supposedly unblockable at the EW Shrine. Though must admit not finding much for scouting reports on Keiser (Stanford btw not Wisconsin). Seems like a productive player with experience in 3-4. Questions about his speed/quickness off the edge and fluidity in coverage.
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