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  • Bgsu Final Mock

    Round 1
    1 Oakland Raiders
    JaMarcus Russell
    QB LSU 6-6 255

    2 Tampa Bay Buccaneers (f/Detroit for 4th pick, the 35th pick, and the 64th pick)
    Calvin Johnson
    WR Georgia Tech 6-5 235


    3 Cleveland Browns
    Adrian Peterson
    RB Oklahoma 6-0 220

    4 Detroit Lions (f/Tampa Bay)
    Gaines Adams
    DE Clemson 6-5 260


    5 Arizona Cardinals
    Joe Thomas
    T Wisconsin 6-7 310

    6 Miami Dolphins (f/Washington for 9th pick, 71st pick, and 108th pick)
    Brady Quinn
    QB Notre Dame 6-4 225

    7 Minnesota Vikings
    Amobi Okoye
    DT Louisville 6-2 312

    8 Atlanta Falcons
    Laron Landry
    SS LSU 6-2 205

    9 Washington Redskins (f/Miami)
    Alan Branch
    DT Michigan 6-5 330


    10 Houston Texans
    Darrelle Revis
    CB Pittsburgh 5-11 190

    11 San Francisco 49ers
    Adam Carriker
    DE Nebraska 6-6 290

    12 Buffalo Bills
    Patrick Willis
    MLB Mississippi 6-1 235

    13 St. Louis Rams
    Leon Hall
    CB Michigan 5-11 195

    14 Carolina Panthers
    Greg Olsen
    TE Miami 6-5 255

    15 Pittsburgh Steelers
    Levi Brown
    T Penn State 6-5 325

    16 Green Bay Packers
    Marshawn Lynch
    RB California 5-10 223

    17 Jacksonville Jaguars
    Jamaal Anderson
    DE Arkansas 6-5 278

    18 Cincinnati Bengals
    Jon Beason
    OLB Miami 6-0 230

    19 Tennessee Titans
    Ted Ginn
    WR/KR Ohio State 5-11 185

    20 New York Giants
    Joe Staley
    T Central Michigan 6-6 300

    21 Denver Broncos
    Robert Meachem
    WR Tennessee 6-2 210

    22 Dallas Cowboys
    Chris Houston
    CB Arkansas 5-10 180

    23 Kansas City Chiefs
    Dwayne Bowe
    WR LSU 6-2 220

    24 New England Patriots
    Reggie Nelson
    FS Florida 6-0 195

    25 New York Jets
    Jarvis Moss
    OLB Florida 6-5 255

    26 Philadelphia Eagles
    Michael Griffen
    S Texas 6-0 210

    27 New Orleans Saints
    Aaron Ross
    CB Texas 6-0 190

    28 New England Patriots
    Paul Poluszny
    ILB Penn State 6-2 230

    29 Baltimore Ravens
    Ben Grubbs
    G Auburn 6-3 305

    30 San Diego Chargers
    Steve Smith
    WR Southern California 6-0 195

    31 Chicago Bears
    Justin Blalock
    G Texas 6-4 330

    32 Indianapolis Colts
    Lawrence Timmons
    OLB Florida State 6-3 230


    Round 2
    33 (1) Oakland Raiders
    Dwayne Jarrett
    WR Southern California 6-5 210

    34 (2) Detroit Lions
    Trent Edwards
    QB Stanford 6-4 231

    35 (3) Detroit Lions (f/Tampa Bay)
    Tony Ugoh
    T Arkansas 6-5 305


    36 (4) Cleveland Browns
    Ryan Kalil
    C Southern California 6-3 290

    37 (5) Chicago Bears
    Zach Miller
    TE Arizona State 6-5 255

    38 (6) Pittsburgh Steelers (f/Arizona for OG Alan Faneca and the 46th pick)
    Arron Sears
    OG Tennessee 6-4 335


    39 (7) Atlanta Falcons
    Charles Johnson
    DE Georgia 6-2 255

    40 (8) Miami Dolphins
    Anthony Gonzalez
    WR/KR Ohio State 6-0 195

    41 (9) Minnesota Vikings
    Brandon Meriweather
    FS Miami 6-0 192

    42 (10) San Francisco 49ers
    Tim Shaw
    MLB Penn State 6-1 235

    43 (11) Buffalo Bills
    Antonio Pittman
    RB Ohio State 5-10 195

    44 (12) Atlanta Falcons
    Justin Harrell
    DT Tennessee 6-4 305

    45 (13) Carolina Panthers
    Aaron Rouse
    SS Virginia Tech 6-4 215

    46 (14) Arizona Cardinals (f/Pittsburgh)
    Anthony Spencer
    OLB/DE Purdue 6-3 265


    47 (15) Green Bay Packers
    Sidney Rice
    WR South Carolina 6-2 200

    48 (16) Jacksonville Jaguars
    Justin Durant
    OLB Hampton 6-1 230

    49 (17) Cincinnati Bengals
    Marcus McCauley
    CB Fresno State 6-1 200

    50 (18) Tennessee Titans
    Brian Leonard
    FB Rutgers 6-1 225

    51 (19) New York Giants
    Kenny Irons
    RB Auburn 5-11 200

    52 (20) St. Louis Rams
    Paul Soliai
    DT Utah 6-3 320

    53 (21) Dallas Cowboys
    Tank Tyler
    DE North Carolina State 6-2 310

    54 (22) Kansas City Chiefs
    Marshal Yanda
    OG Iowa 6-4 305

    55 (23) Seattle Seahawks
    Josh Beekman
    OG Boston College 6-2 315

    56 (24) Denver Broncos
    David Harris
    MLB Michigan 6-2 240

    57 (25) Philadelphia Eagles
    Lamarr Woodley
    DE Michigan 6-1 275

    58 (26) New Orleans Saints
    Buster Davis
    MLB Florida State 5-10 245

    59 (27) New York Jets
    Eric Wright
    CB UNLV 5-10 190

    60 (28) Miami Dolphins
    Marcus Thomas
    DE Florida 6-3 290

    61 (29) Baltimore Ravens
    Stewart Bradley
    OLB Nebraska 6-3 240

    62 (30) San Diego Chargers
    Eric Weddle
    SS Utah 5-11 200

    63 (31) New York Jets
    Ray McDonald
    DE Florida 6-3 280

    64 (32) Detroit Lions (f/Tampa Bay)
    Jonathan Wade
    CB Tennessee 5-10 185

  • #2
    good mock, good pick for miami

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    • #3
      good vikings first round pick.... very bad 2nd rounder We are pretty much stacked at safety and wont be taking a first day S unless its LaRon Landry give us Sidney Rice in the second round

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      • #4
        What are you doing with your life? Having Marcus Thomas in the 2nd round is Draft Blasphemy. You should probably quit on that note.

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        • #5
          all round this may be the best mock i think ive seen so far this year even tho i dont like the rams picks that much i could see it happening. i like it cuz you have reasonable trades, player drops, and reaches.

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          • #6
            That is too much for the Bucs to give up

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            • #7
              ummmmmmm how do the vikings need okoye, do the names pat and kevin williams ring a bell?
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              • #8
                6 Miami Dolphins (f/Washington for 9th pick, 71st pick, and 108th pick)
                Brady Quinn
                QB Notre Dame 6-4 225

                According to the value chart

                6 =1,600
                9 =1,350

                So 250 pt difference

                71 =235

                15 pt difference

                Which means a 7th or 6th at most plus the 3rd is more then enough and the mock value charts are high :)

                http://www.theredzone.org/2006/draft...valuechart.asp

                Remember everyone wants to trade down. But I do like the pick

                40 (8) Miami Dolphins
                Anthony Gonzalez
                WR/KR Ohio State 6-0 195

                Ehhh, give us Rice (higher potential), or Meriweather (biggest need and BPA)


                60 (28) Miami Dolphins
                Marcus Thomas
                DE Florida 6-3 290

                We need an Oline still dude and Thomas is not good value there at all he is lucky to go day one.

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                • #9
                  ived watmed up tp the idea of getting beason latley, and a great pick with McCauley. Good Bengals draft, even if id have timmons over beason. B+


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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by rockio42 View Post
                    ummmmmmm how do the vikings need okoye, do the names pat and kevin williams ring a bell?
                    Well because Pat Williams Contract is coming up and they are trying to re-sign him but nothing is happing. Also We have no back up DT's At all and Okoye is only 19 and he will learn a lot from them and become a great DT that can rush the Passer.



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                    • #11
                      awful giants mock. really bad.
                      there is no way we spend our 1st 2 round picks on offense. the 1st rounder i understand, im not a big fan of staley but its an ok pick: id prefer chris houston or lawrence timmons
                      2nd round: a hb? no way- were not spending a 2nd round pick on a guy who would appaer 3rd on the depth chart: bradley or eric wright

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                      • #12
                        I'll admit, the Marcus Thomas pick is a big stretch, but you never know. How many people could have sworn that Darnell Bing and Ko Simpson were going to be late first/early second round picks? How many people put John McCargo in their first round mock? Who really thought LenDale White was going to fall that far? How many people thought Chad Jackson was a better prospect than Santonio Holmes? The way I see it, is it's better to reach for a pick if it's a need, rather than wait and risk that it isn't there later.

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                        • #13
                          Bad Saints mock.

                          1st, give us Jarrett, no CB round 1.

                          2nd give us Eric Wright round 2 in a heartbeat.

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                          • #14
                            Can't complain about the eagles draft.

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                            • #15
                              Good first two picks for the Eagles, as those are two pick needs for us. But there are other players at DE that should be considered for those picks.
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