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    1st Round

    1 – Carolina – Marcell Dareus (DT Alabama)

    2 – Denver – Da'Quan Bowers (DE Clemson)

    3 – Buffalo – Cam Newton (QB Auburn)

    4 – Cincinnati – Blaine Gabbert (QB Missouri)

    5 – Arizona – Von Miller (OLB Texas A & M)

    6 – Cleveland – Julio Jones (WR Alabama)

    7 – San Francisco – Patrick Peterson (CB LSU)

    8 – Tennessee – Nick Fairley (DT Auburn)

    9 – Dallas – J.J. Watts (DE Wisconsin)

    10 – Washington – Jake Locker (QB Washington)

    11 – Houston – Prince Amukamara (CB Nebraska)

    12 – Minnesota – AJ Green (WR Georgia)

    13 – Detroit – Tyron Smith (OT USC)

    14 – St. Louis – Robert Quinn (DE North Carolina)

    15 – Miami – Mark Ingram (RB Alabama)

    16 – Jacksonville – Cameron Jordan (DE Cal)

    17 – New England (via Oakland) – Ryan Kerrigan (OLB Purdue)

    18 – San Diego – Justin Houston (OLB Georgia)

    19 – N.Y.G. – Anthony Castonzo (OT Boston College)

    20 – Tampa Bay – Aldon Smith (DE Missouri)

    21 – Kansas City – Phil Taylor (NT Baylor)

    22 – Indianapolis – Nate Solder (OT Colorado)

    23 – Philadelphia – Brandon Harris ( CB Miami)

    24 – New Orleans – Akeem Ayers (LB UCLA)

    25 – Seattle – Christan Ponder (QB Florida St.)

    26 – Baltimore – Torrey Smith (WR Maryland)

    27 – Atlanta – Cameron Heyward (DE Ohio State)

    28 – New England – Mike Pouncey (OG Florida)

    29 – Chicago – Derrick Sherrod (OT Mississippi St.)

    30 – N.Y.J. – Corey Liuget (DT Illinois)

    31 – Pittsburgh – Jimmy Smith (CB Colorado)

    32 – Green Bay – Brooks Reed (OLB Arizona)

    Second Round

    33- New England - Gabe Carimi (OT Wisconsin)

    34- Buffalo - Martez Wilson (ILB Illinois)

    35- Cincinnati - Adrian Clayborn (DE Iowa)

    36- Denver - Aaron Williams (CB Texas)

    37- Cleveland – Muhammad Wilkerson (DE Temple)

    38- Arizona - Ryan Mallett (QB Arkansas)

    39- Tennessee – Colin Kaepernick (QB Nevada)

    40- Dallas – Quinton Carter (S Oklahoma)

    41- Washington – Johnathan Baldwin (WR Pittsburgh)

    42- Houston – Jabaal Sheard (OLB Pittsburgh)

    43- Minnesota – Stefen Wisniewski (C/OG Penn State)

    44- Detroit – Davon House (CB New Mexico St.)

    45- San Francisco – Sam Acho (DE/OLB Texas)

    46- Denver – Stephen Paea (DT Oregon St)

    47- St. Louis – Leonard Hankerson (WR Miami)

    48- Oakland – Curtis Brown (CB Texas)

    49- Jacksonville – DeAndre McDaniel (S Clemson)

    50- San Diego – Randall Cobb (WR Kentucky)

    51- Tampa Bay – Bruce Carter (OLB North Carolina)

    52- NYG – Kyle Rudolph (TE Notre Dam)

    53- Indianapolis – Benjamin Ijalana (OG Villanova)

    54- Philadelphia – Dontay Moch (OLB Nevada)

    55- Kansas City – Rodney Hudson (OG Florida St)

    56- New Orleans – Marvin Austin (DT North Carolina)

    57- Seattle – Orlando Franklin (OG Miami)

    58- Baltimore – Brandon Burton (CB Utah)

    59- Atlanta – Jerrel Jernigan (WR Troy)

    60- New England – Mikel LeShoure (RB Illinois)

    61- San Diego – Ras-I Dowling (CB Virgina)

    62- Chicago – Christian Ballard (DT Iowa)

    63- Pittsburgh – Allen Bailey (DE Miami)

    64- Green Bay –Marcus Cannon (OT/OG TCU)

    Round Three:

    65- Carolina - Lance Kendricks (TE Wisconsin)

    66- Cincinnati - Danny Watkins (OG Baylor)

    67- Denver - Mason Foster (OLB Washington)

    68- Buffalo - Jason Pinkston (OG Pittsburgh)

    69- Arizona - Titus Young (WR Boise St.)

    70- Cleveland- Jurrell Casey (DT USC)

    71- Dallas - James Carpenter (OT Alabama)

    72- New Orleans - Greg Romeus (DE Pittsburgh)

    73- Houston - Jerrell Powe (NT Mississippi)

    74- New England - Edmund Gates (WR Abilene Christian)

    75- Detroit- Clint Boling (OG Georgia)

    76- San Fransisco - Andy Dalton (QB TCU)

    77- Tennessee - Will Rackley (OG Lehigh)

    78- St.Louis - Kendall Hunter (RB Oklahoma St.)

    79- Miami - Chris Carter (DE/OLB Fresno St.)

    80- Jacksonville- Rashad Carmichael (CB Virginia Tech)

    81- Oakland- Jake Kirkpatrick (C TCU)

    82- San Diego - Drake Nevis (DE LSU)

    83- NYG - Johnny Patrick (CB Louisville)

    84- Tampa Bay - Kendric Burney (CB North Carolina)

    85- Philadelphia - John Moffitt (OG Wisconsin)

    86- Kansas City - Jordan Todman (RB UConn)

    87- Indianapolis - Sione Fua (DT Stanford)

    88- New Orleans - Chimdi Chekua (CB Ohio St)

    89- San Diego - Kendrick Ellis (NT Hampton)

    90- Baltimore - Jeremy Beal (OLB Oklahoma)

    91- Atlanta- Luke Stocker (TE Tennessee)

    92- New England - Curtis Martin (CB Utah St.)

    93- Chicago - Niles Paul (WR Nebraska)

    94- NYJ - DeMarcus Love (OT Arkansas)

    95- Pittsburgh - Ahmad Black (S Florida)

    96- Green Bay - Greg Little (WR North Carolina)

    Fourth Round:

    97- Carolina - Marcus Gilbert (OT Florida)

    98- Seattle - Owen Marecic (FB Stanford)

    99- Buffalo - Colin McCarthy (LB Miami)

    100- Cincinnati - Robert Sands (S West Virginia)

    101- Cleveland - DeMarcus Van Dyke (CB Miami)

    102 - Arizona - Kelvin Shepard (ILB LSU)

    103- Philadelphia - Delone Carter (RB Syracuse)

    104- Houston - Greg Jones (OLB Michigan St)

    105- Minnesota - Deunta Williams (S North Carolina)

    106- Detroit - Nate Irving (ILB N.C. St)

    107- San Fransisco - DeMarco Murray (RB Oklahoma)

    108- Tennessee- Pernell McPhee (DE Mississippi St)

    109- Dallas - Shareece Wright (CB USC)

    110- Miami - DJ Williams (TE Arkansas)

    111- St. Louis - Lawrence Guy (DT Arizona St)

    112- Oakland - Derek Newton (OT Arkansas St)

    113- Jacksonville -Cecil Shorts (WR Mount Union)

    114- San Fransisco - Dwayne Harris (WR/KR East Carolina)

    115- Tampa Bay - Quan Sturdivant (ILB North Carolina)

    116- NYG - KJ Wright (OLB Mississippi St)

    117- Kansas City - Vincent Brown ( WR San Diego St)

    118- Indianapolis - Tyler Sash (S Iowa)

    119- Philadelphia - Rick Elmore (DE Arizona)

    120- Jacksonville - Ricky Stanzi (QB Iowa)

    121- Buffalo - Virgil Green (TE Nevada)

    122- Baltimore - Chris Hairston (OT Clemson)

    123- Atlanta - Ross Homan (OLB Ohio St)

    124- New England - Shiloh Keo (S Idaho)

    125- NYJ - Austin Pettis (WR Boise St)

    126- Chicago - Kristofer O'Dowd (C USC)

    127- Pittsburgh - Zach Hurd (OG UConn)

    128- Green Bay - Tawain Jones (RB Eastern Washington)
    Last edited by NHesterly; 03-21-2011, 01:09 PM.

  • #2
    Love the draft for SF!Sucks seeing Ponder going in round tho specially over Mallet.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by 49erNation85 View Post
      Love the draft for SF!Sucks seeing Ponder going in round tho specially over Mallet.
      Ponder I think will sneak into round one, while Mallett (who I believe is a superior talent) is dropping because of fairly large question marks.

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      • #4
        Really do not like mocks that have the redskins taking locker at #10 (way too high for locker) especially when AJ Green is sitting there

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        • #5
          Sucks to see Pouncey going a pick before us. I would take Carimi > Sherrod all day

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          • #6
            Originally posted by ChicagoBearsVet23 View Post
            Sucks to see Pouncey going a pick before us. I would take Carimi > Sherrod all day
            I see Carimi falling in the draft, Sherrod is probably the best overall blocker in the draft imo.

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            • #7
              I could see some of these players like: Locker going higher then the "more" polish prospects like Green because of their potential.
              Last edited by NHesterly; 03-21-2011, 12:22 AM.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by fed36 View Post
                Really do not like mocks that have the redskins taking locker at #10 (way too high for locker) especially when AJ Green is sitting there
                I too think it's a big high.. but Washington has shown interest in raw but HIGH potential in Jake Locker. I could see them either going Jake Locker or AJ Green.

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                • #9
                  If this is how the Pats draft day went, I'd be extremely content
                  Depending on how the Mankins/Nick K situation evolves, I might be willing to take Wilkerson > Carimi
                  -Boston Red Sox-New England Patriots-Boston Celtics-

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                  • #10
                    Holy orgasm, love this Vikings mock.

                    Bonekrusher.

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

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                    • #11
                      1st and 2nd round picks suck for the Bengals but 3rd is ok.


                      RIP themaninblack

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                      • #12
                        solid pats draft. i like carimi. just am not sure if hes the best fit? also, i think its very likely the pats use a top selection on a stud DE. i think kerrigan and pouncey are great in the first though. Wilkerson could be a target at 33. Welcome to the boards!

                        Thanks to BoneKrusher for this amazing sig!

                        Go Gators/Pats/Celts/Red Sox!

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                        • #13
                          lockers fine in the first if shanahan beleives that he is a guy that can be a franchise signal caller for the skins although i would hope that we would trade down and take him a bit later. we need the picks and shanahans have already expressed interest in trading down from either the first or second round. dont like baldwin in the 2nd. he is not the kind of player we need. selfish, inconsistent, limited versatility, and poor work ethic. would definitely prefer Stephen Paea, Stefen Wisniewski, or Ben Ijalana.

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                          • #14
                            Ingram is good in the 1st, but Love or Moffitt would fill bigger needs in the 3rd.

                            Dolphins Dream Draft: 1. Jaylon Smith 2. Artie Burns 3. Landon Turner

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by Dirty Thirty View Post
                              lockers fine in the first if shanahan beleives that he is a guy that can be a franchise signal caller for the skins although i would hope that we would trade down and take him a bit later. we need the picks and shanahans have already expressed interest in trading down from either the first or second round. dont like baldwin in the 2nd. he is not the kind of player we need. selfish, inconsistent, limited versatility, and poor work ethic. would definitely prefer Stephen Paea, Stefen Wisniewski, or Ben Ijalana.
                              I agree 100% but I feel Shanny is the type willing to take the risk... Baldwin has unbelievable measurable and has 1st round talent. Reminds me of the risk he took on Maurice Clarett while in Denver, I could see them going with a solid DT or OG too..

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