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View Poll Results: Who would you choose at 27?
Chris Houston, CB, Arkansas 7 38.89%
Darrelle Revis, CB, Pittsburgh 4 22.22%
Aaron Ross, CB, Texas 5 27.78%
Paul Posluszny, LB, Penn State 1 5.56%
Dwayne Jarrett, WR, Southern Cal 1 5.56%
Trade the selection away 0 0%
Choose someone else not listed (explain who and why?) 0 0%
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Old 04-26-2007, 12:58 PM    (permalink
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I'm attempting to put together a first round mock with trades... but as it is, this has (and excuse my French) been the week from hell for me. :(

I'm really looking forward to the Draft to take my mind off of all the [expletive deleted] that's been going on. Hopefully, I can finish everything by at least this afternoon to post it for comments. ;)
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heres how i think/hope it will fall

1.27 - Chris Houston CB, Ark
2.58 - Dwayne Bowe WR, LSU
3.89 - Brandon Siler ILB, UF
4.119 - Kareem Brown DT, Miami
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Trade: 27 for 35, 102, and CB Brian Kelly
35) OG Ben Grubbs, Auburn
58) CB Josh Wilson, Maryland
88) WR Lee Higgins, Texas El-Paso
102) LB Stephen Nicholas, Southern Florida
123) DE Jay Moore, Nebraska
125) TE Joe Newton, Oregon State
126) WR Chansi Stuckey, Clemson
163) LB Jon Abbate, Wake Forest
220) OG Herbert Taylor, Texas Christian

QB Justin Rascati, James Madison
RB Jon Cornish, Kansas
WR Jordan Kent, Oregon
OG Cameron Stephenson, Rutgers
DE Greg Peterson, North Carolina Central
LB Zach Diles, Kansas State
LB Danny Wheeler, Georgia
CB John Talley, Duke
FS Rashad Barksdale, Albany
K Jesse Ainsworth, Arizona State
Solid all around mock. Grubbs is not a flashy pick but he fits the scheme, and probably could step in on the interior and compete for a starting role from day 1. Josh Wilson looks like a good pick, however he is on the smaller side and his physical build is similar to Jason David who we just signed from the Colts. Johnnie Lee Higgins, very underrated guy who seems buried in a deep WR class, a bit on the slight side but he has potential... he has kick return value as well. Also nice touch with the Undrafted pick ups.

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heres how i think/hope it will fall

1.27 - Chris Houston CB, Ark
2.58 - Dwayne Bowe WR, LSU
3.89 - Brandon Siler ILB, UF
4.119 - Kareem Brown DT, Miami
Really optimistic with Bowe falling to round 2, just can't see that happening but if it did that would be quite the catch. :)


I'm going to try and think up some scenarios tonight, the Saints have a ton of flexibility now with their recent moves.
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i agree bowe might be a reach.

i do think that either bowe, jarrett, smith, or rice are going to fall. i doubt it will be jarrett or smith just because they are usc boys. bowe may fly under the radar just long enough. rice will almost certainly be there.

there is going to be a lot of defensive players taken the the first, and i think it will leave some very good offensive talent on the board for the second.
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I don't think theres any way Bowe makes it to the 2nd, much less the bottom of the second. =P
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Just threw together some last minute Draft scenarios. Didn't exactly have as much time as I wanted to think them thoroughly through but I'll get them up anyway.

There are a ton of different directions the Saints can go in during the Draft, especially with the flexibility they have not having to reach for need. How it falls will depend largely on how the board shakes out, and what talents could possibly fall. In all of these scenarios I'm assuming most of the top tier talent is off the board.

Personally I still feel something is missing, but whatever. Which one would be the most appealing?


- In this one I took Beason. Very instinctive LB who reads plays well, and plays sideline to sideline. He can play all 3 LB positions. He would immediately provide depth at LB, and be the longterm future at the position. Took Smith in rd.2 I think he's the crisp route runner, with reliable hands we need to be a complimentary number 2 receiver. ...


- Harrell adds youth, and athleticism to the DT position one of the more shakier positions on the team as of now. I took the gamble on McCauley, but at round 2 I thought it was worth the price especially with his physical skillset, and longterm potential he could develop behind David ...


- Went with some of the current speculation, supposedly the Saints are very interested in Harris who many believe is the second best Inside LB in this class, and now is worth a late round 1 value. Hill, very productive WR with a solid skillset can be a good compliment. Mebane rounds out the first day adding to the DT spot ...
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Just a random question... did anyone actually get their mock drafts right? With the Saints moving out of the second, I know most people got that wrong but did anyone get the first and third round selections right at least. I know I didn't...
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Just a random question... did anyone actually get their mock drafts right? With the Saints moving out of the second, I know most people got that wrong but did anyone get the first and third round selections right at least. I know I didn't...
Nope. The closest pick I got was a hopeful scenario of Alleman in the 4th.
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Not close at all. Then again, I wasn't close on the draft last year either besides us selecting Bush.
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I'm going to post my draft and leave in all of our trades that we made:

1. Paul Posluzny, LB, Penn State - Puz would have been the guy who could have come in and either contributed immediately or learned behind Brian Simmons for a year before being put in the line-up. It's hard to not be intrigued by a guy who is endorsed by legendary linebacker Jack Ham.
3. Usama Young, CB, Kent St. - Good value where we got him.
3. Andy Alleman, G, Akron - Another good value and play I like.
4. Stephen Nicholas, LB, South Florida - While we moved up to take Antonio Pittman with our pick right here, Nicholas would have been the better player in my eyes. A guy who has a tremendous motor and very good instincts, he could have come in in pass rushing situations and made his way on special teams. Could have taken over if either Fujita or Shanle show signs of wear and tear or do not live up to their performance last year.
4. Jermon Bushrod, OT, Towson - A pick I'm happy with.
5. David Jones, CB, Wingate - I'm happy with this pick as well.
7. Dallas Baker, WR, Florida - A big target who can run the routes and get open and would have made a tremendous red zone threat. Our wide receivers were productive enough last year that Baker could have learned from them, and we brought in Rhema McKnight as a UDFA and he's done well so far. We would have been fine as far as our WR go.

This would have been my ideal draft.
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Nope. The closest pick I got was a hopeful scenario of Alleman in the 4th.
I can't believe I'm saying this, but I don't remember exactly who I had the Saints taking in the later rounds, but I did have us getting Alleman in the fourth. I guess great minds think alike... ;)

I think I had New Orleans getting Chris Houston, Quinn Pitcock and then H.B. Blades to round out the first day... so yeah, I was off by a tad...

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I'm going to post my draft and leave in all of our trades that we made:

1. Paul Posluzny, LB, Penn State - Puz would have been the guy who could have come in and either contributed immediately or learned behind Brian Simmons for a year before being put in the line-up. It's hard to not be intrigued by a guy who is endorsed by legendary linebacker Jack Ham.
3. Usama Young, CB, Kent St. - Good value where we got him.
3. Andy Alleman, G, Akron - Another good value and play I like.
4. Stephen Nicholas, LB, South Florida - While we moved up to take Antonio Pittman with our pick right here, Nicholas would have been the better player in my eyes. A guy who has a tremendous motor and very good instincts, he could have come in in pass rushing situations and made his way on special teams. Could have taken over if either Fujita or Shanle show signs of wear and tear or do not live up to their performance last year.
4. Jermon Bushrod, OT, Towson - A pick I'm happy with.
5. David Jones, CB, Wingate - I'm happy with this pick as well.
7. Dallas Baker, WR, Florida - A big target who can run the routes and get open and would have made a tremendous red zone threat. Our wide receivers were productive enough last year that Baker could have learned from them, and we brought in Rhema McKnight as a UDFA and he's done well so far. We would have been fine as far as our WR go.

This would have been my ideal draft.
As it was, initally as we all know, I wasn't fond of the selections of Meachem (who as it is, my mom keeps calling Robert Mitchum... bonus points for anyone who gets why...:D) or Usama Young for that matter.

However, as the hours became days and the days became weeks, looking back I'm not as unhappy as I was in April.

Meachem, although a little out of shape (which I'm not pleased with, but...), not only adds another weapon to our high-powered offensive machine, but a solid replacement for Joe Horn. Number 17 might be a solid player for years to come, and as much as it pains me to say it, we couldn't say the same thing for Horn. Usama Young seems to have made a good impression at Saints rookie camp (along with Alleman, Bushrod, and Jones...) and looks to be the heir apparent to Fred Thomas' position. And as every Saints fan knows, the less we see of Thomas on the field, the better...!

The one pick that really had me shaking my head was the seventh round selection of Marvin Mitchell or whatever his name is. The fact is, we could have gotten better talent at linebacker earlier in the Draft and that he has character issues to boot doesn't really bode well with me. But, of course, I'm sure that Loomis and Payton know more than I do about this guy, and if he can keep his nose clean, maybe he can be a solid special teamer.

All in all, I can't really grade the Draft, since I usually give it a couple of years to see who actually makes the team, who plays and how well they play, but sight unseen, I give the Draft a passing grade. I don't know how high, but good enough to pass the Draft course at NFL University... we'll see if I feel the same way in two years.
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After some careful consideration this is what I would like our FA to look like:

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CB Nnamdi Asomugha, Oakland Raiders
K Josh Brown, Seattle Seahawks
OT Sean Locklear, Seattle Seahawks (take over for Stinchcomb)
DT Randy Starks, Tennessee Titans

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1st Round - OLB Dan Conner, Penn State
2nd Round - ILB Jonathan Goff, Vanderbilt
3rd Round - DT DeMario Pressley, NC State
4th Round - LB/S Wesley Woodyard, Kentucky
5th Round - RB BenJarvus Green-Ellis, Ole Miss

I'm not going past the fifth round just yet.
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OT Sean Locklear, Seattle Seahawks (take over for Stinchcomb)
DT Randy Starks, Tennessee Titans
I like that. I can't see Asomugha being able to leave Oakland :(
But if he came to the Saints... :D
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I am not sure on your needs, but here is my best shot.


1. Malcolm Jenkins CB Ohio State
2. Beau Bell LB UNLV
3. John Carlson TE Notre Dame
4. Will Arnold G LSU
5. Bruce Davis DE UCLA
6. Paul Smith QB Tulsa
7. Carton Powell DT Virgina Tech


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I like it but I have some feedback.

1) We have an official mock draft thread. Please put future mock drafts in that thread.

I like the first pick only if we don't go after CB in FA. If we don't then we need CB first round but I have a feeling we will. Our coaching staff can't be that ignorant to the fact that Jason David has not worked out.
We need an impact LB and I'm not sold on Beau Bell. I love Jonathan Goff and would love to see him in the Black and Gold.
Carlson is a great TE but that is the least of our worries as far as I'm concerned. I would rather go RT, RB, CB, or DT early.
Love the Will Arnold pick.

If you have any more questions about future mocks then ask in the Official Discussion Thread or send a Saints fan an IM or PM.
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It looks like we will take a CB.. I dont like the move but as long as its a player on Defence that can start for us im happy.
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I agree we need to spend the #10 pick on someone that can start for us right away.
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In the final forum mock which is about over this is what I and SFFL have done for the Saints.

*Some things could have been done differently and I will post what could have been done if you guys are interested.

Trades

Trade #1
Saints Receive:
CB Brian Williams
#147 Overall
#159 Overall

Jaguars Receive:
CB Jason David
DB Roman Harper

Trade #2
Jets Receive:
#78 Overall

Saints Receive:
#102 Overall
DT Dewayne Robertson

Trade #3
Eagles Receive:
#178 Overall

Saints Receive:
TE Matt Schobel

Trade #4
Saints Receive:
2nd Round Pick - #47
DE Ray Edwards

Vikings Receive:
DE Will Smith

Trade #5
49ers Receive:
OL Jon Stinchcomb
7th round pick

Saints Receive:
CB Shawntae Spencer
7th Round Pick

Trade #6
Bucs Receive:
#47 Overall

Saints Receive:
#52 Overall
#120 Overall

Draft

10. Kenny Phillips DB/Miami
40. Carl Nicks OL/Nebraska
52. Tavares Gooden LB/Miami
102. Brad Cottam TE/Tennessee
113. Josh Johnson QB/San Diego
120. Mike Pollak C/Arizona State
146. Justin Forsett RB/California
147. Terrence Wheatley CB/Colorado
159. Titus Brown DE/Mississippi State
214. Frank Morton DT/Tulane
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Browsing around and found one of the best mocks I've seen so far:

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DRC makes the most sense.

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In his newest mock Scott has us taking Leodis McKelvin, Dan Connor and Jeremy Zuttah. Wouldn't be a bad Draft :) (But I'm still hoping for one of the top 2 DT's)
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In his newest mock Scott has us taking Leodis McKelvin, Dan Connor and Jeremy Zuttah. Wouldn't be a bad Draft :) (But I'm still hoping for one of the top 2 DT's)
I was actually thrilled with the first two rounds but underwhelmed to say the least with our 3rd round pick in Scott's latest. McKelvin and Conner, though? I'd wet my panties.
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