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POST-COMBINE: xpmar9x's Mock Draft (03/08)

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  • POST-COMBINE: xpmar9x's Mock Draft (03/08)

    Went to a Bulls game yesterday, and live like two hours away. So I decided to do a mock draft on my way to Chicago.. so here is my mock! Leave me some feeeedback please! :)

    **Projected Trade:
    --> Arizona Cardinals swap 1st Round picks with Philadelphia Eagles for Kevin Kolb. Eagles also receive Cardinals '11 & '12 3rd Round picks and Derek Anderson.

    1st Round:
    1. Panthers - DaQuan Bowers, DE, Clemson
    2. Broncos - Marcell Dareus, DE, 'Bama
    3. Bills - Von Miller, OLB, Texas A&M
    4. Bengals - Blaine Gabbert, QB, Mizzou
    5. Eagles* - Patrick Peterson, CB, LSU
    6. Browns - Cameron Jordan, DE, Cal
    7. 49ers - Robert Quinn, OLB, UNC
    8. Titans - Nick Fairley, DT, Auburn
    9. Cowboys - Prince Amukamara, CB, Nebraska
    10. Redskins - A.J. Green, WR, UGA
    11. Texans - J.J. Watt, DE, Wisc
    12. Vikings - Cam Newton, QB, Auburn
    13. Lions - Tyron Smith, OT, USC
    14. Rams - Julio Jones, WR, 'Bama
    15. Dolphins - Mark Ingram, RB, 'Bama
    16. Jaguars - Ryan Kerrigan, DE, Purdue
    17. Patriots - Aldon Smith, OLB, Mizzou
    18. Chargers - Martez Wilson, ILB, Illinois
    19. Giants - Anthony Castonzo, OT, BC
    20. Bucs - Adrian Clayborn, DE, Iowa
    21. Chiefs - Derek Sherrod, OT, Miss St
    22. Colts - Nate Solder, OT, Colorado
    23. Cardinals*- Brandon Harris, CB, Miami
    24. Saints - Stephen Paea, DT, Org St
    25. Seahawks - Jake Locker, QB, Wash
    26. Ravens - Torrey Smith, WR, Maryland
    27. Falcons - Allen Bailey, DE, Miami
    28. Patriots - Gabe Carimi, OT, Wisc
    29. Bears - Akeem Ayers, OLB, UCLA
    30. Jets - Cameron Heyward, DE, Ohio State
    31. Steelers - Ben Ijalana, OT, Villanova
    32. Packers - Justin Houston, OLB, UGA

    2nd Round:
    33. Patriots - Muhammad Wilkerson, DE, Temple
    34. Bills - Aaron Williams, CB, Texas
    35. Bengals - Mike Pouncey, OG, Florida
    36. Broncos - Jimmy Smith, CB, Colorado
    37. Browns - Jon Baldwin, WR, Pitt
    38. Cardinals - Marcus Cannon, OG, TCU
    39. Titans - Ryan Mallett, QB, Arkansas
    40. Cowboys - Rahim Moore, FS, UCLA
    41. Redskins - Christian Ponder, QB, Fla St.
    42. Texans - Phil Taylor, NT, Baylor
    43. Vikings - Corey Luiget, DT, Illinois
    44. Lions - Davon House, CB, New Mexico
    45. 49ers - Stefen Wisniewski, OG/C, Penn St.
    46. Broncos - Kyle Rudolph, TE, Notre Dame
    47. Rams - Drake Nevis, DT, LSU
    48. Raiders - Dontay Moch, OLB, Nevada
    49. Jaguars - Quinton Carter, S, Oklahoma
    50. Chargers - Christian Ballard, DE, Iowa
    51. Bucs - Danny Watkins, OG, Baylor
    52. Giants - Bruce Carter, OLB, UNC
    53. Colts - Marvin Austin, DT, UNC
    54. Eagles - DeMarcus Love, OT, Arkansa
    55. Chiefs - Leonard Hankerson, WR, Miami
    56. Saints - Mikel LeShoure, RB, Illinois
    57. Seahawks - Orlando Franklin, OT, Miami
    58. Ravens - Brooks Reed, OLB, Arizona
    59. Falcons - Randall Cobb, WR, Kentucky
    60. Patriots - Curtis Brown, CB, Texas
    61. Chargers - Jerrel Jernigan, WR, Troy
    62. Bears - Clint Boling, OL, UGA
    63. Steelers - Brandon Burton, CB, Utah
    64. Packers - Rodney Hudson, OG, Fla St.

    3rd Round:
    65. Panthers - Titus Young, WR, Boise St
    66. Bengals - Kendall Hunter, RB, Oklahoma St
    67. Broncos - Greg Jones, ILB, Mich St
    68. Bills - James Carpenter, OT, Alabama
    69. Eagles* - Quan Sturdivant, LB, UNC
    70. Browns - Kelvin Sheppard, LB, LSU
    71. Cowboys - Jason Pinkston, OL, TRU
    72. Saints - Jabaal Sheard, DE, Pittsburgh
    73. Texans - Ras-I Dowling, CB, UVA
    74. Patriots - DeMarco Murray, RB, Oklahoma
    75. Lions - Mark Herzlich, OLB, BC
    76. 49ers - Andy Dalton, QB, TVU
    77. Titans - DeAndre McDaniel, SS, Clemson
    78. Rams - Mason Foster, OLB, Washington
    79. Dolphins - Will Rackley, OG, Lehigh
    80. Jaguars - Colin Kaepernick, QB, Nevada
    81. Raiders - Chimdi Chekwa, CB, Ohio St
    82. Chargers - Sam Acho, OLB, Texas
    83. Giants - Ryan Williams, RB, VT
    84. Bucs - Ahmad Black, S, Florida
    85. Eagles - Daniel Thomas, RB, Kansas St
    86. Chiefs - Chris Carter, OLB, Fresno St
    87. Colts - Johnny Patrick, CB, Louisville
    88. Saints - Tyler Sash, SS, Iowa
    89. Chargers - Kendrick Ellis, NT, Hampton
    90. Ravens - James Brewer, OT, Indiana
    91. Falcons - Luke Stocker, TE, Tennesseee
    92. Patriots - Colin McCarthy, ILB, Miami
    93. Bears - Drake Nevis, DT, LSU
    94. Jets - Terrance Toliver, WR, LSU
    95. Steelers - Stephen Schilling, OG, Michigan
    96. Packers - Shareece Wright, CB, USC


    Arizona Cardinals:
    Kevin Kolb (trade)
    Brandon Harris
    Marcus Cannon
    NOTE: Cardinals finally get a QB (Kolb). They also get a good CB to pair with DRC. Cannon will be a nice addition to the Cardinals horrible O-Line.

    Atlanta Falcons:
    Allen Bailey
    Randall Cobb
    Luke Stocker
    NOTE: I really struggled with the Falcons. Bailey will obviously be a boost to their DL. Randall Cobb is a reach, but they need another thread besides Roddy. He was the best deep-threat WR available. Stocker will be a solid #2 TE, and eventually replace Tony. Falcons could of used more LB help.

    Baltimore Ravens:
    Torrey Smith
    Brooks Reed
    James Brewer
    NOTE: Torrey Smith is a great pick-up. Masons time is almost up. Donte and Housh didn't show me anything last year. Smith could be a great #2 for years. Brooks Reed is also a great pick-up.

    Buffalo Bills:
    Von Miller
    Aaron Williams
    James Carpenter
    NOTE: Bills really need a pash-rusher. Von is the guy who can do that, whether the Bills select a 43 or 34 defense, Von will excel. Aaron Williams is a nice add to the secondary and Carp provides a boost to the OL.

    Carolina Panthers:
    DaQuan Bowers
    Titus Young
    NOTE: Bowers is the #1 player on my board. Bowers is an elite pass-rusher and will fit in nicely with the Panthers. Titus will replace Steve Smith if he leaves, if he returns - Young will make a great #2 or slot receiver. Clausen gets ONE more year to show me what he can do.

    Chicago Bears:
    Akeem Ayers
    Clint Boling
    Drake Nevis
    NOTE: Bears need a DT or OL, probably Round 1. But Akeem Ayers is falling, and will be a great pickup to the Bears LB group. Tinoisamoa is a below average LB. Luckily for the Bears two good players fell to them in the next rounds. Nevis will replace Tommie Harris, Boling will provide a huge boost to a need OL.

    Cincinnati Bengals:
    Blaine Gabbert
    Mike Pouncey
    Kendall Hunter
    NOTE: Carson Palmer will not be a Bengal. Gabbert is a better fit for the Bengals than Newton IMO. Pouncey is a great pickup to aid the Bengals OL. Hunter is IMO the best RB (besides Ingram, and I'm an Illini fan and like Hunter more than LeShoure!). Benson is up and down, and Hunter will provide a good change of pace.

    Cleveland Browns:
    Cameron Jordan
    Jon Baldwin
    Kelvin Sheppard
    NOTE: Browns decide to pass on AJ Green, for a playmaker on D. Jordan is climing up my board, and could be a surprise (like his CAL teammate from last year Alualu). Luckily a playmaker WR Baldwin falls to them in Rd2. Kelvin Sheppard will fit in great with the Browns iffy LB group.

    Dallas Cowboys:
    Prince Amukamara
    Rahim Moore
    Jason Pinkston
    NOTE: 26th in Pass-D last year. Jenkins got burnt all year, Amukamara will be a GREAT addition to the Cowboys seconday. Not to mention Newman will be 33 next season. Rahim Moore could be an instant starter at FS to improve that Pass-D even more. Pinkston can play anywhere on the OL, which will be huge for the Cowboys.

    Denver Broncos:
    Marcell Dareus
    Jimmy Smith
    Kyle Rudolph
    Greg Jones
    NOTE: Great Broncos Draft. Dareus is climbing up boards, and will be the best 34 DE come draft day. Sure Champ re-signed, but the Broncos still need CB help. Both the starting CBs are 32+ years old - Jimmy will be a good fit. Rudolph, the #1 TE in the draft, will be a solid pickup Rd2. Greg Jones will add a man in the middle. Hopefully Broncos can get a decent FS in the FA.

    Detroit Lions:
    Tyron Smith
    Davon House
    Mark Herzlich
    NOTE: Tyron Smith just keeps moving up and up. Lions need a CB, bad.. but Amukamara was taken just a few picks before. No other CBs are worth the Lions 1st round in my eyes, so they decide to upgrade that OL. Tyron has potential to be a superstar OT. Lions then get a solid CB in the 2nd round and add a great LB in Herzlich to replace the recently release Julian Peterson.

    Green Bay Packers:
    Justin Houston
    Rodney Hudson
    Shareece Wright
    NOTE: Super-Bowl champs add another pass-rusher to come from the other side as Matthews. This should open up Clay even more. Packers could possibly lose their starting LG, and just need OL depth in general. Shareece Wright will get to play with arguable the best 1-2 CB punch in the league.

    Houston Texans:
    JJ Watt
    Phil Taylor
    Ras-I Dowling
    NOTE: Texans are switching to the 34, and just need to add 34 personel. Cody will be a decent NT, but nothing spectacular, Phil Taylor could be spectacular - Taylor is an amazing 2nd round pickup. JJ Watt is a non-stop motor, and will fit well as a 34 DE. My guess is he'll pair with Antonio Smith as DEs, Mario will move to OLB with 09 2nd rounder Baldwin. Leaving Cush and Ryans in the middle. Dowling adds another CB to the worst pass D in the league.

    Indianapolis Colts:
    Nate Solder
    Marvin Austin
    Johnny Patrick
    NOTE: Protect Peyton Manning, it's that simple. Marvin Austin is a great Rd2 additional to the Colts DL. Patrick also adds more secondary depth. Hopefully Colts can keep Bullitt. They also should invest in a 4th Rd QB like Stanzi.

    Jacksonville Jaguars:
    Ryan Kerrigan
    Quinton Carter
    Colin Kaepernick
    NOTE: Jaguars DL actually looked decent last year. But Kampmans career is almost over. Quinton Carter has been flying up boards, and will replace the scrubs in the Jaguars seconday (Greene played decent tho). Colin Kaepernick could be the Jags future QB. Garrards probably has 2 years left in the tank. Kaepernick take notes and improve your accuracy.

    Kansas City Chiefs:
    Derek Sherrod
    Leonard Hankerson
    Chris Carter
    NOTE: Sherrod adds an instant starter to the OL. Hankerson will be a nice 1-2 punch with Bowe (McCluster in the slot). Carter then adds much needed OLB depth, with Hali being a FA and Vrabel being 90 years old.

    Miami Dolphins:
    Mark Ingram
    Will Rackley
    NOTE: Ricky will retire, Brown is a FA. Even if Ronnie does re-sign, the 'Fins use a 2 RB rotation. Ingram will be a great fit for the Dolphins and could be the next big RB in the NFL. Henne gets one more year as QB to prove he can play.

    Minnesota Vikings:
    Cam Newton
    Corey Luiget
    NOTE: Hello Cam, welcome to the Vikings. The team with no starting QB, and no Favre is not coming back this time (or is he). Vikings need to go out and get a VET QB, like McNabb is he's released. Luiget is an amazing 2nd round additon, Vikes are drooling that he fell to them. He adds great depth to the aging Williams wall.

    New England Patriots:
    Aldon Smith
    Gabe Carimi
    Muhammed Wilkerson
    Curtis Brown
    DeMarco Murray
    Colin McCarthy
    NOTE: Wow, enough picks? Lets get started... Aldon Smith great athletic pickup for the Pats. Carimi could start instantly game 1, esp if Light leaves via FA. Wilkerson is flying up the boards, and could go Round 1, solid DE pickup for the Pats. Curtis Brown and McCourty are future star CBs (McCourt already is). Colin can backup Mayo & Spikes. Murray is a great receiving RB and will be a nice 1-2 punch with BenJarvusGreenEllis.

    New Orleans Saints:
    Stephen Paea
    Mikel LeShoure
    Jabaal Sheard
    Tyler Sash
    NOTE: Great draft IMO. Paea is a MONSTER and so is Sheard - huge DL boost for the Saints. LeShoure to fall to them in the 2nd, is possible and perfect.. with or without Pierre. Sash then adds a SS, which is needed by the Saints.

    New York Giants:
    Anthony Castonzo
    Bruce Carter
    Ryan Williams
    NOTE: Castonzo great OT, Bruce Carters adds MUCH needed LBs for the Giants. Ryan Williams will add another RB, incase they decide to get rid of the struggling Jacobs or can't re-sign Bradshaw.

    New York Jets:
    Cameron Heyward
    Terrance Toliver
    NOTE: Not the best draft, but fills the Jets needs. Hopefully they can re-sign their key FAs. Heyward was a monster in his bowl game, hopefully he can get healthy. Toliver is a big WR that will be a nice addition if any of the Jets WRs leave.

    Oakland Raiders:
    Dontay Moch
    Chimdi Chekwa
    NOTE: Moch runs fast, therefore the Raiders will draft him. It's that simple. NA is unlikely to be a Raider, Chekwa will add a much needed corner. Raiders also need OL help and a QB.. but don't have enough picks!

    Philadelphia Eagles:
    Patrick Peterson (Kevin Kolb trade)
    DeMarcus Love
    Quan Sturdivant
    Daniel Thomas
    NOTE: Amazzzzing. Patrick Peterson is an amazing amazing pick-up for the Eagles. Peterson + Samuels will be a great CB duo. Hobbs career could be over, so a CB is needed. Love adds OT. Sturdivant is needed, Stewart is always hurt. Daniel Thomas is an athletic freak, great combo. Good draft, and good trade with Cards.

    Pittsburgh Steelers:
    Ben Ijalana
    Brandon Burton
    Stephen Schilling
    NOTE: McFadden is horrible, Burton could replace him. Ijalana and Schilling add OL help, which is needed BAD by the Steelers. Protect Ben.

    San Diego Chargers:
    Martez Wilson
    Christian Ballard
    Jerrel Jernigan
    Sam Acho
    Kendrick Ellis
    NOTE: Solid Defensive draft. Wilson is my favorite prospect in this draft (i'm an Illini fan). He could be an elite ILB for the Chargers. Ballard then adds a force in the front 3, so does Ellis who falls a little to the Chargers. Acho then falls to the Chargers, which the Chargers must take. They don't really need more OLBs, but depth is always great. Jerrel adds a deep threat for Rivers.

    San Francisco 49ers:
    Robert Quinn
    Stefen Wisniewski
    Andy Dalton
    NOTE: Quinn adds a rushing threat for the 49ers. Wisniewski will solidfy the middle for the 49ers and can play RG, LG, or C. Dalton could be the QB of the future for the 49ers, since they passed on a QB round 1, and no decent QB fell to them at rd2.

    Seattle Seahawks:
    Jake Locker
    Orlando Franklin
    NOTE: Hasselbeck should retire, Locker will get to stay home and play for the Seahawks. Franklin + Okung will block outside rushers for Locker.

    St. Louis Rams:
    Julio Jones
    Drake Nevis
    Mason Foster
    NOTE: Julio and Bradford will be an amazing duo for years to come. Rams WRs group would look solid, especially if Donnie Avery can get healthy. Nevis adds a man in the middle for the defense. Mason Foster will start week one, over the below average OLBs on the Rams.

    Tampa Bay Buccaneers:
    Adrian Clayborn
    Danny Watkins
    Ahmad Black
    NOTE: Clayborn is much needed for the Bucs. Watkins will protect Freeman and Blount! Black then stays in Florida, a little bit of a reach IMO, but could be a legit safety.

    Tennessee Titans:
    Nick Fairley
    Ryan Mallett
    DeAndre McDaniel
    NOTE: Good draft, Fairley could have a '08-Haynesworth like effect for the Titans. Mallett is now the future for the Titans, and will pair great with deep threat Kenny Britt. Kerry Collins will probably return for a year to mentor his clone Mallett. McDaniel then replaces Chris Hopeless, and is a great Rd3 pickup.

    Washington Redskins:
    AJ Green
    Christian Ponder
    NOTE: AJ Green falling to the Redskins is great. Santana is a FA, and could be on his way out of DC. Ponder is who the Redskins want a QB imo. His accuracy is great, but can he stay healthy and will he start year 1?

  • #2 just made me cum all over the screen, but as I understand it....Idk if we can trade Kolb for picks until the CBA is agreed upon. So I guess I better hope they get moving on that lol.

    +++++++REP for the pick though

    Originally posted by 49erNation85
    I wouldn't be sir prized if he passed McCoy on the depth chart. I think he might have a better arm and accurate arm then him from the highlights I thought. He also got some wheels too help us prepare for QB's as Wilson , RG3 and other runners etc.


    • #3
      love Hankerson.BUT rd's 1 and 3 are awful.Justin Houston and Kendrick Ellis would be much better picks


      • #4
        Dont see the Bengals reaching on 1 of the QBs if they stay at 4

        Pouncey is fine in the 2nd but he would be a Guard not a center

        Bengals already have 2 change of pace backs behind Benson in Scott and Leonard

        RIP themaninblack


        • #5
          looks like a little false hope with that eagles pick


          • #6
            Originally posted by T-RICH49 View Post
            love Hankerson.BUT rd's 1 and 3 are awful.Justin Houston and Kendrick Ellis would be much better picks
            Ellis would of been a good pick there, good call.


            • #7
              Originally posted by SickwithIt1010 View Post
     just made me cum all over the screen, but as I understand it....Idk if we can trade Kolb for picks until the CBA is agreed upon. So I guess I better hope they get moving on that lol.

              +++++++REP for the pick though
              Yeah you can't, hopefully the new CBA will be done this week. Doubt it though.

              Originally posted by Pat Sims 90 View Post
              Dont see the Bengals reaching on 1 of the QBs if they stay at 4

              Pouncey is fine in the 2nd but he would be a Guard not a center

              Bengals already have 2 change of pace backs behind Benson in Scott and Leonard
              I wouldn't consider Leonard a change-of-pace back. As for Bernard, he is a change-of-pace back.


              • #8
                Great Phins picks!

                sig by BoneKrusher


                • #9
                  AJ Green is the best pick I could ever imagine. Hate Ponder in the 2nd though, and I don't think Shanny will like him that much either. Way too many impact defenders to pass on in the 2nd, Luiget, Phil Taylor, Mason Foster, Ballard, Reed, etc.

                  Sig By:The Dynasty

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                  • #10
                    NO DT in the first round for the Saints.

                    1. Cameron Heyward--fill more immediate need for us than Paea
                    2. Brooks Reed--we do not need Mikel Leshoure
                    3a. Jabaal Sheard
                    3b. Kenrick Ellis--provides backup to Shaun Rogers, great prospect to develop


                    • #11
                      Carimi isn't a perfect fit here, how about Pouncey there? Or better yet, Heyward at #28 and then Pouncey at #33. Brown and Murray are good but I wonder if the Pats would rather take Jernigan or maybe Titus Young there instead of Brown. Colin McCarthy projects as an inside linebacker, but isn't a great fit and we already have two young guys there in Mayo and Spikes.


                      • #12
                        Originally posted by xpmar9x View Post

                        I wouldn't consider Leonard a change-of-pace back. As for Bernard, he is a change-of-pace back.

                        The Twitters


                        • #13
                          I don't think Newton is a good fit for the Vikes.


                          Originally posted by JordanTaber
                's rocket surgery now, folks.


                          • #14
                            Excellent 9ers pick I must say!Tho I hope we get a CB sometime in this draft instead of O line.


                            • #15
                              Solid Phins draft.

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