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  • Shane's Post-Combine Mock Draft

    Tried to be a bit different here. This is still a bit rough, some players I still want to toss in. Some comments so far, more may come. Went some different directions to try out something different, even though some of it is unlikely/won't stick.

    Round 1
    1. Carolina (2-14) – Cam Newton QB/Auburn

    Pick is gaining steam. Not the best choice for Carolina, but they may make it.

    2. Denver (4-12) – Von Miller LB/Texas A&M

    Hearing rumors of it out there. Will it happen? Probably not, but I wanted to see where this mock went after this pick.

    3. Buffalo (4-12) – Marcell Dareus DT/Alabama

    Don’t buy them taking QB early, Darues and Carrington are nice Des.

    4. Cincinnati (4-12) – AJ Green WR/Georgia

    We’ll see what the offseason brings, but if they don’t want Gabbert, they will need a weapon.

    5. Arizona (5-11) – Patrick Peterson CB/LSU

    Great value for Peterson, though not the biggest need.

    6. Cleveland (5-11) – Nick Fairley DT/Auburn

    New defense and Fairley adds a 3-tech presence.

    7. San Francisco (6-10) – Prince Amukamra CB/Nebraska

    Hearing San Fran wants a pass rusher sooner rather than later, but Amukamara great value here.

    8. Tennessee (6-10) – Blaine Gabbert QB/Missouri

    9. Dallas (6-10) – Robert Quinn LB/North Carolina

    Dallas will overlook the medical a bit, pass rusher strong possibility.

    10. Washington (6-10) – Da’Quan Bowers DE/Clemson

    Is he healthy? Could he been for a fall? Is this a steal?

    11. Houston (6-10) – J.J. Watt DE/Wisconsin
    12. Minnesota (6-10) – Cameron Jordan DE/Cal
    13. Detroit (6-10) – Jimmy Smith CB/Colorado
    14. St. Louis (7-9) – Julio Jones WR/Alabama
    15. Miami (7-9) – Mike Pouncey OG/Florida
    16. Jacksonville (8-8) – Ryan Kerrigan DE/Purdue
    17. New England - from Oakland (8-8) – Tyron Smith OT/USC
    18. San Diego (9-7) – Aldon Smith LB/Missouri
    19. New York Giants (10-6) – Anthony Castonzo OT/Boston College
    20. Tampa Bay (10-6) – Akeem Ayers LB/UCLA
    21. Kansas City* (10-6) – Justin Houston LB/Georgia
    22. Indianapolis* (10-6) – Nate Solder OT/Colorado
    23. Philadelphia* (10-6) – Gabe Carimi OT/Wisconsin
    24. New Orleans* (11-5) – Adrian Clayborn DE/Iowa
    25. Seattle* (7-9) – Ryan Mallett QB/Arkansas
    26. Baltimore* (12-4) – Brandon Harris CB/Miami
    27. Atlanta* (13-3) – Cameron Heyward DE/Ohio State
    28. New England* (14-2) – Mark Ingram RB/Alabama
    29. Chicago* (11-5) – Corey Liuget DT/Illinois
    30. New York Jets* (11-5) – Stephen Paea DE/Oregon State
    31. Pittsburgh* (12-4) – Aaron Williams CB/Texas
    32. Green Bay* (10-6) – Martez Wilson LB/Illinois

    Round 2
    1. New England - from Carolina (2-14) – Derek Sherrod OT/Miss. State
    2. Buffalo (4-12) – Colin Kaepernick QB/Nevada
    3. Cincinnati (4-12) – Allen Bailey DE/Miami
    4. Denver (4-12) – Marvin Austin DT/North Carolina
    5. Cleveland (5-11) – Orlando Franklin OT/Miami
    6. Arizona (5-11) – Sam Acho LB/Texas
    7. Tennessee (6-10) – Danny Watkins OG/Baylor
    8. Dallas (6-10) – Rahim Moore S/UCLA
    9. Washington (6-10) – Jake Locker QB/Washington
    10. Houston (6-10) – Phil Taylor DT/Baylor
    11. Minnesota (6-10) – Mason Foster LB/Washington
    12. Detroit (6-10) – Ben Ijalana OG/Villanova
    13. San Francisco (6-10) – Christian Ponder QB/Florida State
    14. Denver - from Miami (7-9) – Kyle Rudolph TE/Notre Dame
    15. St. Louis (7-9) – Christian Ballard DT/Iowa
    16. Oakland (8-8) – Chykie Brown CB/Texas
    17. Jacksonville (8-8) – Edmond Gates WR/Abilene Christian
    18. San Diego (9-7) – Torrey Smith WR/Maryland
    19. Tampa Bay (10-6) – Lance Kendricks TE/Wisconsin
    20. New York Giants (10-6) – John Moffitt OG/Wisconsin
    21. Indianapolis* (10-6) – Ryan Williams RB/Virginia Tech
    22. Philadelphia* (10-6) – Curtis Brown CB/Texas
    23. Kansas City* (10-6) – Muhammad Wilkerson DE/Temple
    24. New Orleans* (11-5) – Quan Sturdivant LB/North Carolina
    25. Seattle* (7-9) – Drake Nevis DT/LSU
    26. Baltimore* (12-4) – Leonard Hankerson WR/Miami
    27. Atlanta* (13-3) – Randall Cobb WR/Kentucky
    28. New England* (14-2) – Rodney Hudson OG/Florida State
    29. San Diego - from New York Jets (11-5) – Clint Boling OG/Georgia
    30. Chicago* (11-5) – Marcus Cannon OG/TCU
    31. Pittsburgh* (12-4) – Mikel Leshoure RB/Illinois
    32. Green Bay* (10-6) – Jonathan Baldwin WR/Pitt

    



    


Round 3
    1. Carolina (2-14) – James Carpenter OT/Alabama
    2. Cincinnati (4-12) – Kendall Hunter RB/Oklahoma State
    3. Denver (4-12) – Brandon Burton CB/Utah
    4. Buffalo (4-12) – Ras-I Dowling CB/Virginia
    5. Arizona (5-11) – D.J. Williams TE/Arkansas
    6. Cleveland (5-11) – Greg Romeus DE/Pittsburgh
    7. Dallas (6-10) – DeMarcus Love OT/Arkansas
    8. New Orleans - from Washington (6-10)
    9. Houston (6-10) – Jaiquawn Jarrett S/Temple
    10. New England - from Minnesota (6-10) – Kelvin Sheppard LB/LSU
    11. Detroit (6-10) – Dontay Moch LB/Nevada
    12. San Francisco (6-10) – Jabaal Sheard LB/Pitt
    13. Tennessee (6-10) – Sione Fua DT/Stanford
    14. St. Louis (7-9) – Tyler Sash S/Iowa
    15. Miami (7-9) – DeMarco Murray RB/Oklahoma
    16. Jacksonville (8-8) – Will Rackley OG/Lehigh
    17. Oakland (8-8) – Kris O’Dowd C/USC
    18. San Diego (9-7) – Jurrell Casey DE/USC
    19. New York Giants (10-6) – Quinton Carter S/Oklahoma
    20. Tampa Bay (10-6) – Greg Jones LB/Michigan State
    21. Philadelphia* (10-6) – Colin McCarthy LB/Miami
    22. Kansas City* (10-6) – Jarvis Jenkins DE/Clemson
    23. Indianapolis* (10-6) – Chimdi Chekwa CB/Ohio State
    24. New Orleans* (11-5) – Luke Stocker TE/Tennessee
    25. San Diego - from Seattle* (7-9) – Curtis Marsh CB/Utah State
    26. Baltimore* (12-4) – Jordan Todman RB/UConn
    27. Atlanta* (13-3) – Taiwan Jones RB/Eastern Washington
    28. New England* (14-2) – Ahmad Black S/Florida
    29. Chicago* (11-5) – Johnny Patrick CB/Louisville
    30. New York Jets* (11-5) – Chris Carter LB/Fresno State
    31. Pittsburgh* (12-4) – DeAndre McDaniel S/Clemson
    32. Green Bay* (10-6) – Greg Little WR/North Carolina
    Last edited by Shane P. Hallam; 03-09-2011, 11:58 AM.


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  • #2
    Good to see a different Phins pick, just hate the player picked. I really hope Pouncey isn't being viewed in the same light as his brother because he really isn't worth a first round pick at all. Like the position, hate the player/value, unfortunately any OG isn't worth the value at 15.

    Personally not a fan of Murray but he's a good fit in terms of position, skillset, and value there so I'd certainly be ok with that selection.

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    • #3
      Why would the Colts take Nate Solder? So he can be a great LT 3 years from now and protect Manning for a whopping 2 seasons? The Colts are built to win now and need players that can start now. Nate Solder is not ready to start in the NFL and aging teams like the Colts don't have the luxury of picking a guy like Solder when he is so behind the curve.

      We need OL, DL, and strong safety and already have 2 1st round RBs. CB is probably our deepest position. Really this whole draft for the Colts would be a disaster.

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      • #4
        I like both Smith and Sherrod, however the Pats already have Sebastian Vollmer as a high level starter at one OT position. I would prefer Aldon Smith at 17.

        Ingram is a luxury pick IMO and would prefer to look in another direction, Aaron Williams?? maybe.

        Hudson is ok once again but the Pats need to address the front 7 on defense.

        Not a fan of Sheppard's fit in the 34 though.

        Ahmad Black is someone I like for versatility at both CB and S but his poor timed speed will hurt him and the third may be a reach.


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        • #5
          Originally posted by Shane P. Hallam View Post
          10. Washington (6-10) – Da’Quan Bowers DE/Clemson

          Is he healthy? Could he been for a fall? Is this a steal?

          9. Washington (6-10) – Jake Locker QB/Washington
          Shane wtf! Where would Bowers fit in our 3-4??? Are you going to stand him up across from Orakpo? That just doesn't make sense to me. Watt and Cam Jordan seem like much better fits and with the likelyhood of losing Haynesworth we have to address the dline if the value is right before trying to force another talented player to play out of position. Even Julio Jones would be a better pick. With that said, if the Skins FO (Shanahan mainly) believes that Locker can be the future of this franchise they won't wait till rd 2 to take him. If they want him they take him at 10 or trade up. If that doesn't happen than I dont believe they have the confidence in him and it would be a wasted pick in the 2nd round. Taylor, Wilkerson, or Ballard on the dline would be better picks in that scenario.

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          • #6
            I see Mike Pouncey has become a mildly trendy pick for the Dolphins. Too mainstream for me now. Guess I gotta come up with a new pick. ;)

            For the Ravens, nothing to complain about but nothing that excites me (other than getting two Canes). The team has said they are looking for bigger, longer corners but that doesn't mean Harris isn't in play.

            Also, I don't quite understand the Chykie Brown pick in the mid-2nd. A lot of his stock was predicated on high expectations of his workouts. But he had a just an average performance in Indy all around. He was injured most of his senior year and when he was healthy he wasn't that effective. Not mention he'll turn 25 next season. I could buy the pick back when he was thought to be a bit of a physical freak who could be a talented project CB. Not that the Combine is everything, it isn't, but he needed a excellent combine to balance out his mediocre film.

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            • #7
              Your mock envokes great rage, and a little bit of nauseau. That likely means it could go this way on draft day. lol

              But, like AntoinCD mentioned, there's no way in hell we take 2 OT prospects that high.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by FlyingElvis View Post
                But, like AntoinCD mentioned, there's no way in hell we take 2 OT prospects that high.
                Word is some teams are looking at Sherrod as a possible guard. Don't know if that's what Shane had in mind but its something to be aware of.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Shane P. Hallam View Post
                  27. Atlanta* (13-3) – Cameron Heyward DE/Ohio State

                  27. Atlanta* (13-3) – Randall Cobb WR/Kentucky

                  27. Atlanta* (13-3) – Taiwan Jones RB/Eastern Washington
                  can Cameron play in a 4-3? always thought of him as a 3-4 DE..

                  Cobb and Jones are nice though.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by TACKLE View Post
                    Word is some teams are looking at Sherrod as a possible guard. Don't know if that's what Shane had in mind but its something to be aware of.
                    Maybe. I'm going by the position he lists. FWIW - Sherrod at OG wouldn't reduce my rage or nauseau. I also don't see any way - based on BBs history & the team's current roster - that DE isn't the first pick in the draft for NE. OT second makes sense, be it at 28 or whichever pick we trade into late in the 1st. But all of that goes to the other point I made, which is a draft like this is quite possible, even if I hate it.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by SimonRath View Post
                      can Cameron play in a 4-3? always thought of him as a 3-4 DE.
                      i actually value cameron higher as a 4-3 de than 3-4. i think this is a common misconception with his stock just because of his weight but he has the speed, athleticism, and pass rush to play in the 4-3 and is more than just a one trick pony.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Dirty Thirty View Post
                        i actually value cameron higher as a 4-3 de than 3-4. i think this is a common misconception with his stock just because of his weight but he has the speed, athleticism, and pass rush to play in the 4-3 and is more than just a one trick pony.
                        everywhere ive read has him as a 3-4 so i guess i just assumed he was gonna be a 3-4 DE in the NFL. I'll admit thought that I havent watched any tape of him. Probably should soon..

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                        • #13
                          To be honest, I don't really like the Steelers' mock.

                          Sherrod, Dowling, and Little is how I would do it.

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by Grizzlegom View Post
                            Good to see a different Phins pick, just hate the player picked. I really hope Pouncey isn't being viewed in the same light as his brother because he really isn't worth a first round pick at all. Like the position, hate the player/value, unfortunately any OG isn't worth the value at 15.

                            Personally not a fan of Murray but he's a good fit in terms of position, skillset, and value there so I'd certainly be ok with that selection.
                            I agree with this.

                            Pouncey not worth a Top 15 pick, probably not even first rounder. You REALLY think we'd take him at 15!?

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                            • #15
                              Few things:

                              I know this will be unpopular with my good friend wicket, but if Mark Ingram is on the board, the Saints would take him over Clayborn. The Saints go BPA. Ingram is not a critical need with the re-signing of Pierre Thomas but he does represent the BPA. If they do not take Ingram, I think Cameron Heyward would be the next choice.

                              In the second, I think we would take Bruce Carter over Quan Sturdivant. We don't need a MLB. The pick would be a waste.

                              In the third, let's go with Dontay Moch for the first pick. (You actually did not enter a pick there).

                              With the second pick in the third, let's go with Kenrick Ellis.

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