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    Let me know what you think there is one trade in this mock Pittsburgh trades pick #32 to the New York Giants for picks #45 and #91
    1. Detroit-Matthew Stafford QB Georgia
    2. St Louis-Michael Crabtree WR Texas Tech
    3. Kansas-City Aaron Curry OLB Wake Forest
    4. Seattle-Jason Smith OT Baylor
    5. Cleveland-Everette Brown DE Florida State
    6. Cincinnati-Eugene Monroe OT Virginia
    7. Oakland Brian-Orakpo DE Texas
    8. Jacksonville-Andre Smith OT Alabama
    9. Green Bay-Tyson Jackson DE LSU
    10. San Francisco-Mark Sanchez QB USC
    11. Buffalo-Darrius Heyward-Bey WR Maryland
    12. Denver-BJ Raji DT Boston College
    13. Washington-Michael Oher OT Mississippi
    14. New Orleans-Malcolm Jenkins CB Ohio State
    15. Houston-Rey Maualuga ILB USC
    16. San Diego-Vontae Davis CB Illinois
    17. NY Jets-Jeremy Maclin WR Missouri
    18. Chicago-Aaron Maybin OLB Penn State
    19. Tampa Bay-Brian Cushing OLB USC
    20. Detroit Clay-Matthews OLB USC
    21. Philadelphia-Alphonso Smith CB Wake Forest
    22. Minnesota-DJ Moore CB Vanderbilt
    23. New England-Knowshon Moreno RB Georgia
    24. Atlanta-Peria Jerry DT Mississippi
    25. Miami-Darius Butler CB Connecticut
    26. Baltimore-James Laurinaitis ILB Ohio State
    27. Indianapolis-Chris Wells RB Ohio State
    28. Philadelphia-LeSean McCoy RB Pittsburgh
    29. NY Giants-Hakeem Nicks WR North Carolina
    30. Tennessee-Percy Harvin WR Florida
    31. Arizona-Alex Mack OC California
    32. NY Giants-Eben Britton OT Arizona
      2nd Round
    33. Detroit-Brandon Pettigrew TE Oklahoma St
    34. Kansas City-Larry English OLB Northern Illinois
    35. St Louis-Robert Ayers DE Tennessee
    36. Cleveland-Clint Sintim OLB Virginia
    37. Seattle-Max Unger OC Oregon
    38. Cincinnati-Donald Brown RB Connecticut
    39. Jacksonville-Sean Smith CB Utah
    40. Oakland-William Beatty OT Connecticut
    41. Green Bay-Shonn Greene RB Iowa
    42. Buffalo-Jared Cook TE South Carolina
    43. San Francisco-Phil Loadholt OT Oklahoma
    44. Miami-William Moore FS Missouri
    45. Pittsburgh-Jarron Gilbert DE San Jose St
    46. Houston-Kenny Britt WR Rutgers
    47. New England-Patrick Chung SS Oregon
    48. Denver-Herman Johnson OG LSU
    49. Chicago-Michael Johnson DE Georgia Tech
    50. Tampa Bay-Jamon Meredith OT South Carolina
    51. Dallas-Duke Robinson OG Oklahoma
    52. NY Jets-Evander Hood DT Missouri
    53. Philadelphia-Brian Robiskie WR Ohio State
    54. Minnesota-Jonathan Luigs OC Arkansas
    55. Atlanta-Connor Barwin DE Cincinnati
    56. Miami-Darry Beckwith ILB LSU
    57. Baltimore-Juaquin Iglesias WR Oklahoma
    58. New England-Fenuki Tupou OT Oregon
    59. Carolina-Josh Freeman QB Kansas St
    60. NY Giants-Fili Moala DT USC
    61. Indianapolis-Louis Murphy WR Florida
    62. Tennessee-Jairus Byrd CB Oregon
    63. Arizona-Javon Ringer RB Michigan State
    64. Pittsburgh-Eric Wood OC Louisville
      3rd Round
    65. Detroit-Victor Harris CB Virginia Tech
    66. St Louis-Shawn Nelson TE So. Miss
    67. Kansas City-Sen'Derrick Marks DT Auburn
    68. Seattle-Louis Delmas FS Western Michigan
    69. Dallas-Derek Pegues FS Mississippi St
    70. Cincinnati-Rashad Jennings RB Liberty
    71. Oakland-Ramses Bardon WR Cal Poly
    72. Jacksonville-Mohamed Massaquoi WR Georgia
    73. Green Bay-Tyrone McKenzie OLB South Florida
    74. San Francisco-Cody Brown OLB Connecticut
    75. Buffalo-Marcus Freeman OLB Ohio State
    76. NY Jets-Nate Davis QB Ball State
    77. Houston-Cary Harris CB USC
    78. San Diego-Ron Brace DT Boston College
    79. Denver-Michael Hamlin SS Clemson
    80. Washington-Paul Kruger DE Utah
    81. Tampa Bay-Mike Mickens CB Cincinnati
    82. Detroit-Derrick Williams WR Penn State
    83. Green Bay-Coye Francies CB San Jose St
    84. Chicago-Rashad Johnson FS Alabama
    85. Philadelphia-Cornelius Ingram TE Florida
    86. Minnesota-Troy Kropog OT Tulane
    87. Miami-Antoine Caldwell OC Alabama
    88. Baltimore-Ricky Jean-Francois DT LSU
    89. New England-Andy Levitre OG Oregon State
    90. Atlanta-Augustus Parrish OT Kent State
    91. Pittsburgh-Kraig Urbik OG Wisconsin
    92. Indianapolis-Dannell Ellerbe ILB Georgia
    93. Carolina-Mitch King DE Iowa
    94. Tennessee-Alex Magee DT Purdue
    95. Arizona-Domonique Johnson CB Jackson State
    96. Pittsburgh-Keenan Lewis CB Oregon St.
    [/LIST][/LIST]

  • #2
    i'd be a fan of that draft for the steelers

    thanks to steel man for the fresh sig

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    • #3
      Very nice, I would like that a lot.

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      • #4
        I also like this. Gilbert, Wood, Urbik and Lewis would be great.

        My worry in this type of situation is with Mack and Unger being gone by 37, I think we'd be lucky for Wood to last til 64. I even noticed you had Luigs going in between...anything can happen, but I'd think Wood would be more likely to go and Luigs would be more likely to last, and I don't hear as many good things about him as I do Mack/Unger/Wood.

        The 3 round mock gives you a nice feel of what could happen. Something about the top of the 2nd round I love and since you perfectly executed the trade down from the 1st, I'll go the other way, and say I'd love to stay put at the 1st for Mack, or in this case Unger. And then trade up in the 2nd (maybe giving up our 2nd and 3rd) for Gilbert. Hopefully we'll get a comp 3rd rounder as it seems projected, allowing a move like I mentioned even more doable.

        I'm never against trading down, but if we already have 9 picks, and obviously have a great and deep team, I'd be more open to a trade down out of the 1st for a 2nd/3rd and 2010 1st rounder rather than stock piling more picks this year. It's also why I think I prefer staying put in the 1st and trading up in the 2nd, to get quality over quantity.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by THav916 View Post
          I also like this. Gilbert, Wood, Urbik and Lewis would be great.

          My worry in this type of situation is with Mack and Unger being gone by 37, I think we'd be lucky for Wood to last til 64. I even noticed you had Luigs going in between...anything can happen, but I'd think Wood would be more likely to go and Luigs would be more likely to last, and I don't hear as many good things about him as I do Mack/Unger/Wood.

          The 3 round mock gives you a nice feel of what could happen. Something about the top of the 2nd round I love and since you perfectly executed the trade down from the 1st, I'll go the other way, and say I'd love to stay put at the 1st for Mack, or in this case Unger. And then trade up in the 2nd (maybe giving up our 2nd and 3rd) for Gilbert. Hopefully we'll get a comp 3rd rounder as it seems projected, allowing a move like I mentioned even more doable.

          I'm never against trading down, but if we already have 9 picks, and obviously have a great and deep team, I'd be more open to a trade down out of the 1st for a 2nd/3rd and 2010 1st rounder rather than stock piling more picks this year. It's also why I think I prefer staying put in the 1st and trading up in the 2nd, to get quality over quantity.

          My thoughts exactly! I don't think Gilbert will last that long? and I hate seeing all those good names gone before we pick. Seems like too much is left to chance/luck hoping that someones there at 45? I'd rather stay in the 1st and grab more mid round picks!

          Just want to know, if Gilbert is gone by #45, Who would we pick then?
          ...The Pittsburgh Steelers represent a way of life...

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          • #6
            Originally posted by SCSteeler View Post
            My thoughts exactly! I don't think Gilbert will last that long? and I hate seeing all those good names gone before we pick. Seems like too much is left to chance/luck hoping that someones there at 45? I'd rather stay in the 1st and grab more mid round picks!

            Just want to know, if Gilbert is gone by #45, Who would we pick then?
            Fenuki Tupou, Jamon Meredith, Jarius Byrd or Evander Hood would be my guess. Maybe Brian Robiskie. I would be happy with any of those.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by SCSteeler View Post
              My thoughts exactly! I don't think Gilbert will last that long? and I hate seeing all those good names gone before we pick. Seems like too much is left to chance/luck hoping that someones there at 45? I'd rather stay in the 1st and grab more mid round picks!

              Just want to know, if Gilbert is gone by #45, Who would we pick then?
              A few of my favorites that went in the 10 picks prior to 45 therefore being conceivable are Max Unger, William Beatty and Sean Smith. As for who is there, I like Jamon Meredith, Fenuki Tupou, Fili Moala, Eric Wood, Macho Harris, Ron Brace, Coye Francies and Troy Kropog.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Strongside View Post
                Fenuki Tupou, Jamon Meredith, Jarius Byrd or Evander Hood would be my guess. Maybe Brian Robiskie. I would be happy with any of those.
                Originally posted by THav916 View Post
                A few of my favorites that went in the 10 picks prior to 45 therefore being conceivable are Max Unger, William Beatty and Sean Smith. As for who is there, I like Jamon Meredith, Fenuki Tupou, Fili Moala, Eric Wood, Macho Harris, Ron Brace, Coye Francies and Troy Kropog.


                with those names still there, (hypothetically), it doesn't seem so bad picking at 45! But i really want Unger, Britton, Beatty, or Smith and they won't last that long.
                I like the thought of getting Unger, Britton or Beatty in the 1st and moving up to get Gilbert in the 2nd; whatever happens after that I could handle as long as we secured a few STUDs with the 1st 2 picks!!!
                you can't trade comp picks right? otherwise i would love to trade 2 3rd rnd picks for high 2nd!
                I can't believe the draft is almost here! I'm going crazy!!!! Thank God for you guys!!!
                ...The Pittsburgh Steelers represent a way of life...

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                • #9
                  Why are so many people so high on Unger. Didn't anyone watch the senior bowl workouts where Raji catapulted him into the endzone. Everytime I watch him I think of Mahan; technically sound but a weakling against macho nose tackles. Mack seems more like my kind of Steeler; Mike Webster2009.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by PittPete View Post
                    Why are so many people so high on Unger. Didn't anyone watch the senior bowl workouts where Raji catapulted him into the endzone. Everytime I watch him I think of Mahan; technically sound but a weakling against macho nose tackles. Mack seems more like my kind of Steeler; Mike Webster2009.
                    Almost any center is going to get pushed back 1 on 1 with BJ Raji. I like Mack and Unger so this isn't a Mack vs Unger argument. But Unger put on about 12lbs since the Senior Bowl and looked good in the combine. He's got the potential to add even more weight on and be a stud center. What we all saw at the Senior Bowl is far from somebody's ceiling.

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                    • #11
                      I would say bpa either kenny britt or evander hood I would lean towards Ziggy b/c of his non stop motor he plays with

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by psuman316 View Post
                        Let me know what you think there is one trade in this mock Pittsburgh trades pick #32 to the New York Giants for picks #45 and #91
                        1. Detroit-Matthew Stafford QB Georgia
                        2. St Louis-Michael Crabtree WR Texas Tech
                        3. Kansas-City Aaron Curry OLB Wake Forest
                        4. Seattle-Jason Smith OT Baylor
                        5. Cleveland-Everette Brown DE Florida State
                        6. Cincinnati-Eugene Monroe OT Virginia
                        7. Oakland Brian-Orakpo DE Texas
                        8. Jacksonville-Andre Smith OT Alabama
                        9. Green Bay-Tyson Jackson DE LSU
                        10. San Francisco-Mark Sanchez QB USC
                        11. Buffalo-Darrius Heyward-Bey WR Maryland
                        12. Denver-BJ Raji DT Boston College
                        13. Washington-Michael Oher OT Mississippi
                        14. New Orleans-Malcolm Jenkins CB Ohio State
                        15. Houston-Rey Maualuga ILB USC
                        16. San Diego-Vontae Davis CB Illinois
                        17. NY Jets-Jeremy Maclin WR Missouri
                        18. Chicago-Aaron Maybin OLB Penn State
                        19. Tampa Bay-Brian Cushing OLB USC
                        20. Detroit Clay-Matthews OLB USC
                        21. Philadelphia-Alphonso Smith CB Wake Forest
                        22. Minnesota-DJ Moore CB Vanderbilt
                        23. New England-Knowshon Moreno RB Georgia
                        24. Atlanta-Peria Jerry DT Mississippi
                        25. Miami-Darius Butler CB Connecticut
                        26. Baltimore-James Laurinaitis ILB Ohio State
                        27. Indianapolis-Chris Wells RB Ohio State
                        28. Philadelphia-LeSean McCoy RB Pittsburgh
                        29. NY Giants-Hakeem Nicks WR North Carolina
                        30. Tennessee-Percy Harvin WR Florida
                        31. Arizona-Alex Mack OC California
                        32. NY Giants-Eben Britton OT Arizona
                          2nd Round
                        33. Detroit-Brandon Pettigrew TE Oklahoma St
                        34. Kansas City-Larry English OLB Northern Illinois
                        35. St Louis-Robert Ayers DE Tennessee
                        36. Cleveland-Clint Sintim OLB Virginia
                        37. Seattle-Max Unger OC Oregon
                        38. Cincinnati-Donald Brown RB Connecticut
                        39. Jacksonville-Sean Smith CB Utah
                        40. Oakland-William Beatty OT Connecticut
                        41. Green Bay-Shonn Greene RB Iowa
                        42. Buffalo-Jared Cook TE South Carolina
                        43. San Francisco-Phil Loadholt OT Oklahoma
                        44. Miami-William Moore FS Missouri
                        45. Pittsburgh-Jarron Gilbert DE San Jose St
                        46. Houston-Kenny Britt WR Rutgers
                        47. New England-Patrick Chung SS Oregon
                        48. Denver-Herman Johnson OG LSU
                        49. Chicago-Michael Johnson DE Georgia Tech
                        50. Tampa Bay-Jamon Meredith OT South Carolina
                        51. Dallas-Duke Robinson OG Oklahoma
                        52. NY Jets-Evander Hood DT Missouri
                        53. Philadelphia-Brian Robiskie WR Ohio State
                        54. Minnesota-Jonathan Luigs OC Arkansas
                        55. Atlanta-Connor Barwin DE Cincinnati
                        56. Miami-Darry Beckwith ILB LSU
                        57. Baltimore-Juaquin Iglesias WR Oklahoma
                        58. New England-Fenuki Tupou OT Oregon
                        59. Carolina-Josh Freeman QB Kansas St
                        60. NY Giants-Fili Moala DT USC
                        61. Indianapolis-Louis Murphy WR Florida
                        62. Tennessee-Jairus Byrd CB Oregon
                        63. Arizona-Javon Ringer RB Michigan State
                        64. Pittsburgh-Eric Wood OC Louisville
                          3rd Round
                        65. Detroit-Victor Harris CB Virginia Tech
                        66. St Louis-Shawn Nelson TE So. Miss
                        67. Kansas City-Sen'Derrick Marks DT Auburn
                        68. Seattle-Louis Delmas FS Western Michigan
                        69. Dallas-Derek Pegues FS Mississippi St
                        70. Cincinnati-Rashad Jennings RB Liberty
                        71. Oakland-Ramses Bardon WR Cal Poly
                        72. Jacksonville-Mohamed Massaquoi WR Georgia
                        73. Green Bay-Tyrone McKenzie OLB South Florida
                        74. San Francisco-Cody Brown OLB Connecticut
                        75. Buffalo-Marcus Freeman OLB Ohio State
                        76. NY Jets-Nate Davis QB Ball State
                        77. Houston-Cary Harris CB USC
                        78. San Diego-Ron Brace DT Boston College
                        79. Denver-Michael Hamlin SS Clemson
                        80. Washington-Paul Kruger DE Utah
                        81. Tampa Bay-Mike Mickens CB Cincinnati
                        82. Detroit-Derrick Williams WR Penn State
                        83. Green Bay-Coye Francies CB San Jose St
                        84. Chicago-Rashad Johnson FS Alabama
                        85. Philadelphia-Cornelius Ingram TE Florida
                        86. Minnesota-Troy Kropog OT Tulane
                        87. Miami-Antoine Caldwell OC Alabama
                        88. Baltimore-Ricky Jean-Francois DT LSU
                        89. New England-Andy Levitre OG Oregon State
                        90. Atlanta-Augustus Parrish OT Kent State
                        91. Pittsburgh-Kraig Urbik OG Wisconsin
                        92. Indianapolis-Dannell Ellerbe ILB Georgia
                        93. Carolina-Mitch King DE Iowa
                        94. Tennessee-Alex Magee DT Purdue
                        95. Arizona-Domonique Johnson CB Jackson State
                        96. Pittsburgh-Keenan Lewis CB Oregon St.
                        [/LIST][/LIST]
                        Possible Lion,...and very sound moves if we do not trade up,...as opposed to reaching at 32 in terms of "protection".



                        Rey Maualuga ILB USC
                        Victor "Macho" Harris CB
                        A.Q Shipley C
                        Johnny Knox WR
                        Zach Potter DE
                        Sammie Lee Hill NT


                        Stop giving the Steelers Unger or Mack in the 1st round !

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by PittPete View Post
                          Why are so many people so high on Unger. Didn't anyone watch the senior bowl workouts where Raji catapulted him into the endzone. Everytime I watch him I think of Mahan; technically sound but a weakling against macho nose tackles. Mack seems more like my kind of Steeler; Mike Webster2009.
                          Originally posted by THav916 View Post
                          Almost any center is going to get pushed back 1 on 1 with BJ Raji. I like Mack and Unger so this isn't a Mack vs Unger argument. But Unger put on about 12lbs since the Senior Bowl and looked good in the combine. He's got the potential to add even more weight on and be a stud center. What we all saw at the Senior Bowl is far from somebody's ceiling.


                          Being out here in CA, I think Oregon's Olinemen (Unger) are way nastier and physical than the Cal (Mack/Marvin Phillip) guys. But all the scouting reports say both men are physical, mauler type linemen!

                          the knocks on Mack: not great balance, heavy feet, late to react to pass protection, average body control, lunges - overextends and lands on the ground.

                          the knocks on Unger: not nimble footed and struggles to sustain on the move, plays short armed and lets defenders too close to his body.

                          If you look at it on paper these things stand out:
                          Mack was a kick ass wrestler and played Center for 4 years. And can do the splits!
                          Unger played LT for 2 years and Center for 2 years. And has a crazy beard!

                          Seems like a draw...but it's Ungers versatility that wins me over!
                          ...The Pittsburgh Steelers represent a way of life...

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by SCSteeler View Post
                            Being out here in CA, I think Oregon's Olinemen (Unger) are way nastier and physical than the Cal (Mack/Marvin Phillip) guys. But all the scouting reports say both men are physical, mauler type linemen!

                            the knocks on Mack: not great balance, heavy feet, late to react to pass protection, average body control, lunges - overextends and lands on the ground.

                            the knocks on Unger: not nimble footed and struggles to sustain on the move, plays short armed and lets defenders too close to his body.

                            If you look at it on paper these things stand out:
                            Mack was a kick ass wrestler and played Center for 4 years. And can do the splits!
                            Unger played LT for 2 years and Center for 2 years. And has a crazy beard!

                            Seems like a draw...but it's Ungers versatility that wins me over!
                            I was thinking recently about how I'd perfectly content with an Oregon-draft involving 1st-Unger, 2nd-Byrd and 3rd-Tupou. Bring on the Ducks!

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by THav916 View Post
                              I was thinking recently about how I'd perfectly content with an Oregon-draft involving 1st-Unger, 2nd-Byrd and 3rd-Tupou. Bring on the Ducks!


                              Exactly...all I really want is at least one of their Olineman in this draft. If we don't get any Ducks, whoever we pick better be good!
                              ...The Pittsburgh Steelers represent a way of life...

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