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I know some people don't like him, but he's in the know. He's got contacts in the know. More than us anyway.

1 - IND: Luck
2 - WAS f/STL: RG3
3 - MIN: Kalil
4 - CLE: TRich
5 - TB: Blackmon
6 - SEA f/STL: Tannehill
7 - JAC: Coples
8 - MIA: Reiff
9 - CAR: Claiborne
10 - BUF: Upshaw

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- The leader in the clubhouse for #2 is Washington. JLC also mentioned that the two front offices have ties.

- Whether we like it or not, Tannehill is going top-12. He could even go 4th if CLE strikes out on QBs. He's going top-12 and probably top-10 one way or another.

- St. Louis probably won't trade with Seattle, though.

- He also said Jacksonville would consider Tanny at 7. Interesting.

- Interesting Tampa going Blackmon over Mo. The league just doesn't value CBs as much as draftniks, though - that's a fact.
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Claiborne falling all the way to 9 would be interesting.
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Claiborne falling all the way to 9 would be interesting.
Would be sweet if he fell to 10.
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Few things:

-I think Tampa signs a veteran wide receiver in free agency, most likely someone like Mario Manningham. They are gonna try to help Josh Freeman a lot this March with their wallet.

-If Cleveland is willing to give up the exact same compensation as the Redskins then they have the inside track to get Griffin b/c they have more picks and their picks are more valuable since they are higher in every round. The million dollar question is are they willing to match Snyder and Shannahan's offer? It sounds like you have to sell the farm to get to #2 at this point.

-Claiborne falling to #9 just...isn't going to happen. He'll test well and his tape is phenomenal.

-I can't imagine St.Louis ever trading with Seattle in round one and vice versa.

-Richardson is due for a tumble IMO. The Browns are going to re-sign Hillis. Tampa Bay I think would take Claiborne first, and they might even sign a free agent RB to compliment Blount. If these things happen then the market for Richardson among the teams picking top 10 is going to dry up.

-I can't wait to look back at all of these mocks (mind included) after free agency is over. Free agency always destroys our opinions of what teams need what positions (save for last year when we didn't have free agency 'til after the draft).
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Claiborne falling all the way to 9 would be interesting.
He did measure in at 5-11, 185...

DBs that small usually don't go top-10, let alone top-5. Corners in general usually don't go top-5, aside from the elite athletes/legend-like college guys (Peterson).
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He did measure in at 5-11, 185...

DBs that small usually don't go top-10, let alone top-5. Corners in general usually don't go top-5, aside from the elite athletes/legend-like college guys (Peterson).
He's got long ass arms.

LSU CB Morris Claiborne measured 5-foot-11, 188 at the Scouting Combine weigh-in, and has 33 1/4-inch arms.
Claiborne's size is Darrelle Revis-like, but his reach gives him the ultimate advantage on receivers. For comparison's sake, Claiborne's arms are the same length as Iowa OT Riley Reiff's and nearly three inches longer than 2012 No. 2 cornerback prospect Dre Kirkpatrick's (30 5/8").
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I don't see the STL-SEA trade either. I might see STL going with Claiborne.
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There is no way the St. Louis trades with Seattle. Stupid. No way does Claiborne slip that far either.

Stick with what you're good at, giving picks away 20 seconds before they are announced so you ruin it for everyone.
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He did measure in at 5-11, 185...

DBs that small usually don't go top-10, let alone top-5.
Claiborne has freakishly long arms...measured at 33 and 1/4 inches. That is over an inch longer than Patrick Peterson measured last year; and Peterson is an inch taller. The only corner in this draft who has arms as long as Claiborne is Tremaine Johnson, and he measured in at 6'2. Compare that to Kirkpatrick who measured 6'2 but actually has disappointing arm length at 30 and 5/8ths inches. The point being that Claiborne's arm length gives him the same coverage as a ~6'0-6'2 corner. When a DB gets into a jump-ball situation "height" doesn't come into play...what comes into play is a combination of standing reach and vertical jump. Would you rather want a CB who measures 6'1 but has a freakishly long neck or a CB that measures "only" 5'11 but has tree-vines for arms?
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Those are all great points. The fact is, teams usually don't take CBs top 5. Don't shoot the messenger! I'd guess Tampa would take him too. For whatever reason, a guy in the know in the NFL doesn't think so. I'm just trying to understand why. 185 is pretty light...
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I don't understand the Reiff to Miami talk. Our F.O. stated the top 2 priorities for this team are QB and pass rush.

Everybody is saying RT is a big need, because Colombo sucked. But outsiders don't realize, Colombo wasn't our starter. Murtha was supposed to be our starter there, until he got hurt before the season. He looked good the previous season, when he filled in at RT when Carey got hurt. Also, John Jerry filled in nicely at LT when Long got hurt this past season. Let's give them a look at RT before we go spending a top 10 pick on one
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Those are all great points. The fact is, teams usually don't take CBs top 5. Don't shoot the messenger! I'd guess Tampa would take him too. For whatever reason, a guy in the know in the NFL doesn't think so. I'm just trying to understand why. 185 is pretty light...
He was also actually 188 BTW. Not a huge deal; but thats closer to 190 than it is 185.
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In mock drafters defense, everyone struggles with these edge rushers this year. Each and every one of them has at least one pretty big flaw.
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Everybody is saying RT is a big need,
Reiff is slightly overrated. Some scouts said he might be better at guard. There's a decent chance Cordy Glenn goes before Reiff. Decastro too.
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Those are all great points. The fact is, teams usually don't take CBs top 5. Don't shoot the messenger! I'd guess Tampa would take him too. For whatever reason, a guy in the know in the NFL doesn't think so. I'm just trying to understand why. 185 is pretty light...
Didn't Joe Haden weigh in at like 5'10 190 pounds?
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I guess. Again, he's got a guy who all of us view as a top 5 talent and elite CB prospect falling all the way to 9, passing TB at 5, STL at 6, and JAC at 7 who all need CBs. He talks to people who know things. I just wonder why he has that happening when TB taking him at 5 seems like a slam dunk.

So I put his size as a potential reason on the table. Who knows what he's heard or why he put him all the way at 9?

The response is probably - he's an idiot. Because everyone in the media is stupid.

But I don't believe that. I'm sure he connected the dots 'Tampa needs a CB, Claiborne is right there', so why wouldn't he just make that the pick? - unless he heard from someone that they wouldn't take him at 5. Maybe he's wrong, maybe he's not. Maybe his source is. Who knows? But because it's odd it's worth examining and trying to understand from that perspective.

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I guess. Again, he's got a guy who all of us view as a top 5 talent and elite CB prospect falling all the way to 9, passing TB at 5, STL at 6, and JAC at 7 who all need CBs. He talks to people who know things. I just wonder why he has that happening when TB taking him at 5 seems like a slam dunk.

So I put his size as a potential reason on the table. Who knows what he's heard or why he put him all the way at 9?

The response is probably - he's an idiot, but I don't believe that. I'm sure he connected the dots 'Tampa needs a CB, Claiborne is right there', so why wouldn't he just make that the pick? - unless he heard from someone that they wouldn't take him at 5.
I don't see him getting passed the Rams at pick #6. It just makes to much sense. We need corners and by selecting Claiborne there they could either restructure Bartell or release him and save 6.2 million.
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I don't see him getting passed the Rams at pick #6. It just makes to much sense. We need corners and by selecting Claiborne there they could either restructure Bartell or release him and save 6.2 million.
I mean I agree with what you're saying. But he obviously knows what you know, and probably has more intel, and didn't make that prediction. It's possible he just wanted to show Tannehill in the top 10 or something because clearly he wasn't thinking much making STL and SEA trade together...
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I mean I agree with what you're saying. But he obviously knows what you know, and probably has more intel, and didn't make that prediction. It's possible he just wanted to show Tannehill in the top 10 or something because clearly he wasn't thinking much making STL and SEA trade together...
People in the press who are required to give multiple mock drafts tend to play around so that we see something different every time they do one. I would not get wrapped up in a mock done at the end of February as being based on inside information. We're too early for that sort of stuff to really mean anything as nobody has set their draft board yet, or even their first-round selection, other than maybe Indy.
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People in the press who are required to give multiple mock drafts tend to play around so that we see something different every time they do one. I would not get wrapped up in a mock done at the end of February as being based on inside information. We're too early for that sort of stuff to really mean anything as nobody has set their draft board yet, or even their first-round selection, other than maybe Indy.
True.

It's just odd to put Blackmon over Mo. Very odd.
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Would be sweet if he fell to 10.
If Poe or Brockers goes 9 (certainly reasonable), then I could see him falling to 10.
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There is no way the St. Louis trades with Seattle. Stupid. No way does Claiborne slip that far either.

Stick with what you're good at, giving picks away 20 seconds before they are announced so you ruin it for everyone.

Can I ask you why the Rams would be stupid to trade again with seattle?

If both trades did go down... the Rams most likely would have

12th pick

Three- 2nd rounders

Two- 3rd rounders

a 5th rounder and a 1st next year from Washington.
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I don't see why the Rams-Seahawks trade is that ridiculous. It's unlikely to trade in the division, but not unprecedented. If the Rams think Tannehill is gonna bust, and they have a strong feeling that the Rams are trading up for him, then that's a win-win for them.
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Can I ask you why the Rams would be stupid to trade again with seattle?

If both trades did go down... the Rams most likely would have

12th pick

Three- 2nd rounders

Two- 3rd rounders

a 5th rounder and a 1st next year from Washington.
Because there in the same division. Why help a division rival get a potential Franchise Quarterback. Doesn't make any sense.
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