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2010 Mock Rounds 1-6

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    After reading that the pats put ricky sapp thru a 5  hour workout I decided to watch about 15 minutes of "high lights" of him. Either this is a smoke screen or I know absolutley nothing about football. I would rather them draft Rick James than this kid. He makes Sergio Kindle look like LT. They can't be considering this guy in the first round, could they? He is a non factor in the run game, takes himself way out of the play when rushing the passer, I mean he would need a compass to find the guy throwing the football. Tight ends handle him, NFL tackles will kill him. I mean kill him, as in who's the guy who's head is rolling towards the 20. 5 hour workout?... Really.To me he's a 3rd round project, will need 3 years of leg strengthening to be on the field in a run down.
    Posted by mthurl

    In the combine, Sapp was playing at 60% last year with a bad knee.  The five hour workout may be to assess what he can do now with a healthy knee.  Agreed that he looked terriible on the video.
     
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    i cant pick anyone in the first round that im absolutely in love with outside of the projected top 10 (which would never happen) that being said i am a proponent of trading down and hopefully acquiring another 2nd and a 3rd (at least).
     
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    i cant pick anyone in the first round that im absolutely in love with outside of the projected top 10 (which would never happen) that being said i am a proponent of trading down and hopefully acquiring another 2nd and a 3rd (at least).
    Posted by FOWLER8196


    I'm starting to feel the same way. If this draft is as deep as they say, there's nothing wrong with 4 second picks. I wonder how they value the talent from pick 22 thru pick 50 or so? I bet it's not that far off at all to them. And this is coming from a guy that wants to throw up every time I see them trade down. Only problem is, you know they would trade one of those seconds for a third this year and a first next. I know it looks great to have 3 ones next year, but this team has alot of holes it needs to fill now. 
     
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    We should have our choice at #22 of all but 2-3 of these guys.

    Golden Tate
    Earl Thomas
    Carlos Dunlap
    Ryan Mathews
    Sergio Kindle
    Taylor Mays
    Maurkice Pouncey
    Kyle Wilson
    Bruce Campbell
    Terrence Cody
    Jared Odrick
    Devin McCourty
    Brian Price
    Sean Weatherspoon
     
    Everson Griffen
    Jahvid Best
    Corey Wootton
    DeMaryius Thomas


    I'd be thrilled with any of these guys.  Of the 8 below, 5 should be in play.  Any of the 5 will help our team. 

    Golden Tate
    Earl Thomas
    Ryan Mathews
    Maurkice Pouncey
    Kyle Wilson
    Jared Odrick
    Jahvid Best
    DeMaryius Thomas
     
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    We should have our choice at #22 of all but 2-3 of these guys. Golden Tate Earl Thomas Carlos Dunlap Ryan Mathews Sergio Kindle Taylor Mays Maurkice Pouncey Kyle Wilson Bruce Campbell Terrence Cody Jared Odrick Devin McCourty Brian Price Sean Weatherspoon   Everson Griffen Jahvid Best Corey Wootton DeMaryius Thomas I'd be thrilled with any of these guys.  Of the 8 below, 5 should be in play.  Any of the 5 will help our team.  Golden Tate Earl Thomas Ryan Mathews Maurkice Pouncey Kyle Wilson Jared Odrick Jahvid Best DeMaryius Thomas
    Posted by Faucetman

    Funny thing is out of these guys, I think the best value is probably the defensive backs. We have spent some high picks and cash on the position, so I don't see them going that route, although I like the best player available philosophy. The DT from ucla is probably too short for the 343 DE spot and I'm not high on Wooten, at least at 22. Do they trade back and take Everson Griffen or someone like that? Watch tape on Griffen, I'll tell you I was impressed, you won't see many guys be able to tackle like this guy. He's fast and athletic enough to play outside and seems to know his assignments. But everything I've read about him has been mostly negative, so I'm sure I don't know the hole story on this guy.
     
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    We should have our choice at #22 of all but 2-3 of these guys. Golden Tate Earl Thomas Carlos Dunlap Ryan Mathews Sergio Kindle Taylor Mays Maurkice Pouncey Kyle Wilson Bruce Campbell Terrence Cody Jared Odrick Devin McCourty Brian Price Sean Weatherspoon   Everson Griffen Jahvid Best Corey Wootton DeMaryius Thomas I'd be thrilled with any of these guys.  Of the 8 below, 5 should be in play.  Any of the 5 will help our team.  Golden Tate Earl Thomas Ryan Mathews Maurkice Pouncey Kyle Wilson Jared Odrick Jahvid Best DeMaryius Thomas
    Posted by Faucetman


    The ONLY guy on the list I can't imagine possibly slipping to #22 is Earl. I think there are scenarios where all the others could. A few very unlikely but I would be very surprised if Earl did the way scouts rave about him.
     
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    I've communicated with a number of scouts the past few days who believe there is a strong possibility that Haden, McCoutey, Wilson , and Jackson all go in the 1st round.
     
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    I've been very critical of Kindle. After reading all sorts of positive things about him I sat down and watched some more video of him. Although I'm still not overly impressed with him I will say he is a little better than I thought. He is quick, athletic and is better than Sapp in the run game. 
     
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    low-fb-iq, If i am reading you correctly, are you saying the biggest position of need in this draft is DE as compared to OLB, WR, OL, TE, RB? If I look at depth at these positions in this draft, compared our need relative to depth at each position, I think DE and OLB are the 2 positions that seem to be less deep for 3-4 defenses. I think a quality TE can be had in rounds 3 or 4, same with running back, and I would then use my 2nd round picks on WR (studs available in round 2, and OL). We've been comparing notes on DE's to play in our style...I lot of us are in agreement, that at 22, there is possibly no DE worthy of taking at this spot. OLB not so much unless you consider a Sapp, Kindle, Hughes or Graham as potential OLBs. I too agree. I don't think Odrick is worthy at 22, but I think a good DE in the mold of Seymour might be had at 22, or possibly just a few spots up if we deem him worthy of moving up....Carlos Dunlap anyone?....I like his combination of size, speed and strength, and he has the physical tools to play 3-4 DE.  I've seen him anywhere from #8-#32 in round 1 on various mocks.  2 questions.... 1. Do you think Dunlap would fit the Pats 3-4 DE mold and be productive in our defense? 2. Where is Dunlap slatted to go?...can he drop to 22, or do we need to make a move slightly up if you guys deem him worthy? Assuming Dunlap can be had at 22 and would not require a move up and getting rid of our #2's....I woudl then draft accordingly... 1 - Dunlap 2a - DThomas/DWilliams 2b - Saffold 2c - Misi
    Posted by PatsLifer



    Hey lifer,

    The story on Dunlap is more well documented out there by others. I only know what I read.

    He has 1st round talent.

    He has maturity issues but how many 20 years olds don't. He's still a baby.

    I do think he fits the Patriots system from a style of play and athletic ability stand point alone.

    Yes I think its possible he's there at #22. He's all over the place as you already stated yourself.

    Would I take him at #22? I would need to be privy to seeing him up close in workouts and knowing how that compares to the players , if I was a coach for the Patriots, I see every day in practice. That's one advantage among others that they have over us fans.

    This is the nitpicking season for scouts so there are also some questions about his motor and playing only when he wants to kind of thing. When he wants to be he can be pretty dominant though. Was he bored cause it was easy? Bored cause Florida won all the time? Just immature because he's 20 I do not know.

    If the Patriots took him at #22 I would feel confident they did all the thorough checking on all the above stated things and still felt it was worth it. They would know better than I and I would have faith in it at that point.

    I'll go back to my one thing I keep saying. Currently we have two vacant spots for starting NFL caliber talent. Well You could probably add a 3rd as well because of an injury. We do not have a 2nd starting TE. We do not have a starting RDE. We do not have a 3rd starting WR currently.

    Did Reed sign with anyone yet? If not that's still a real possibility to solve that 3rd WR spot as far as going into the draft. I guess you could again remove that 3rd vacancy if you count Patten but that situation just seems odd to me and I don't know what to expect from the guy as he was not even in the NFL last season. Tate might be it as well but as Faucet has pointed out he has not done it yet in the NFL so we don't know and can't count it.

    If they do something with A. Thomas then that would open another vacancy. As of right now it's not vacant. The Position is not one of strength as we all know but at least its not vacant, yet.

    Wilfork did not have his best year but still very good. I think teams were able to focus on dealing with him more because they did not have a stout DE where Seymour used to be. I think it was also why you saw Wilfork in the DE spot on a limited special basis at times.

    The biggest thing I find odd is that all the scouts AND many of us have been repeatedly saying this is the best DL class of players in bla bla bla fill in the blanks. Yet when I suggest taking one as a priority somewhere with in our 1st 4 picks people have questioned if they would even start ahead of Mike Wright. OK, that's true I have absolutely no way of knowing that for certain. However, if this is the best DL class in a bla bla years then how can a DE player drafted in the top 53 NOT be better than a UDFA and 6th rounder from years when the DL class was NOT the best DL class in bla bla years. To me those would be contradictory statements if you tried to say that.

    Its also NOT like there is a big learning curve for the DL in the 3-4. We've all read countless quotes from VW, Ty, Sey, when he was here, that their job is easy and the scheme is only complicated for the linebackers and DB's.

    If you draft a DE in the top 53 and he is not your starting RDE on day one then you either completely whiffed, always possible, or the DL class is the most over rated DL class in the history of drafts.

    Just my opinion though.
     
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    We could be getting FOUR 7th round comp picks tomorrow.  One could be a 6th (Gaffney).  If we do, we can use our existing 6 and 7s to move up a spot or two here and there.

    Here's an idea.  I'm not sold on it myself yet but want to throw it out there and kick it around.  If the draft unfolds this way, which it could, would we consider

    PKRD 1NeedsSelection
    1STLQB   OG   DE   CB   WR   DT   OLB  Sam Bradford
    2DETOG   RB   S   DT   KNdamukong Suh
    3TBWR   OT   DE   OLB   SS   CB   OG  Russell Okung
    4WSHOT   OG   QB   RB   WR   SS   KJimmy Clausen

    calling up Scott Pioli to move up to 5 to take Gerald McCoy?  The pick is worth 1,700 points.  We offer up #22 (780), #44 (460) and #48 (420) and our 6th (18.6) for a total of 1,678.6 which should be close enough.

    McCoy replaces Richard Seymour and gives us a dominant DL.  We still have pick #53 to take Sapp or Misi for that rush OLB.  In the 4th we land a WR.  Assuming we have a comp 6 and FIVE 7th rounders, we round out the draft.  These 6th and 7th rounders are more like 4th rounders most years.

    Or perhaps we give up this years 1st and next years 1st and 3rd(ours, not the Raiders).  I might like that better.  We'd still have a top 10 Raider pick and a comp 4th and 5th next year for Green and Watson.
     
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    We can package 22 and 53 to move up to 15 if someone like Dan Williams is still on the board.  What other players would we be willing to do that for?  I'd do it for Williams or any of the below.

    Rolando McClain
    Derrick Morgan
    Earl Thomas
    C.J. Spiller

    If we land all those comp picks I'd consider moving up from #44 to #40 using our 6th and both 7's if any of these players are there.

    DeMaryius Thomas
    Jahvid Best
    Devin McCourty
    Jermaine Gresham
     
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    Is there a chance VW could play DE and Pryor or Brace be NT? That would save a high draft need

     
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    i posted this in another thread...

    use 22nd pick to maneuver into getting at least another 2nd round pick and a 3rd.  then in the second and third rounds look to get (in whatever order works)
    • JARED VELDHEER; OT; HILLSDALE
    • DAMIAN WILLIAMS; WR; USC
    • ALEX CARRINGTON; DT/DE; ALABAMA
    • KOA MISI; DE/OLB; UTAH
    • TOBY GERHART; HB; STANFORD
    then let the pieces fall as they may.
     
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    i posted this in another thread... use 22nd pick to maneuver into getting at least another 2nd round pick and a 3rd.  then in the second and third rounds look to get (in whatever order works) JARED VELDHEER; OT; HILLSDALE DAMIAN WILLIAMS; WR; USC ALEX CARRINGTON; DT/DE; ALABAMA KOA MISI; DE/OLB; UTAH TOBY GERHART; HB; STANFORD then let the pieces fall as they may.
    Posted by FOWLER8196


    I've wished for something similar. The hard part is finding the right situation and or a willing partner.

    But either trading just a handful of picks back/down in round one AND/OR trading back/down further to the end of round two with one of our earlier 2nd rounders should afford us some additional nice picks.

    The question is just who or why someone one else would want to do that with us. We can only hope some other team is in love with a player that the Patriots are not at a position to allow us to do something like  that.
     
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    We can package 22 and 53 to move up to 15 if someone like Dan Williams is still on the board.  What other players would we be willing to do that for?  I'd do it for Williams or any of the below. Rolando McClain Derrick Morgan Earl Thomas C.J. Spiller If we land all those comp picks I'd consider moving up from #44 to #40 using our 6th and both 7's if any of these players are there. DeMaryius Thomas Jahvid Best Devin McCourty Jermaine Gresham
    Posted by Faucetman


    If the Pats can't trade down a half dozen spots in the 1st to pick up some additional nice picks I have thought the same thing and agree it would be nice to trade the picks we are allowed to trade from 6 and 7 and move up in the early 2nd if there is a player they really want.
     
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    Is there a chance VW could play DE and Pryor or Brace be NT? That would save a high draft need
    Posted by max5344


    I think they did that at times in desperation last year but I don't believe that's what they would ultimately want to do.

    Not just that but VW might be happy with his new contract as a NT but I think he would not be as happy if now he was a DE being paid as a NT.
     
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    We can package 22 and 53 to move up to 15 if someone like Dan Williams is still on the board.  What other players would we be willing to do that for?  I'd do it for Williams or any of the below. Rolando McClain Derrick Morgan Earl Thomas C.J. Spiller If we land all those comp picks I'd consider moving up from #44 to #40 using our 6th and both 7's if any of these players are there. DeMaryius Thomas Jahvid Best Devin McCourty Jermaine Gresham
    Posted by Faucetman

    I've heard them say Morgan is one of the safest picks in the 1st round.

    I have also heard them say, however, he is very much best suited to be a 4-3 DE.

    Personally I have no idea.

     
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    In Response to Re: 2010 Mock Rounds 1-6 : I've wished for something similar. The hard part is finding the right situation and or a willing partner. But either trading just a handful of picks back/down in round one AND/OR trading back/down further to the end of round two with one of our earlier 2nd rounders should afford us some additional nice picks. The question is just who or why someone one else would want to do that with us. We can only hope some other team is in love with a player that the Patriots are not at a position to allow us to do something like  that.
    Posted by Low-FB-IQ


    SD would be a possible partner.  They are in love with Mathews.  If he's still there at 22, we trade down to their 28 and their 3rd, (92).  At 28, we could land Pouncey who I think is the best OL in the draft.  With that 92 pick we could get Jimmy Graham or perhaps Ben Tate.
     
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    In talking to my brother over the weekend, who runs a draft site, he tells me his sources close to the Patriots tell him that the Pats are very interested in Ricky Sapp.  I asked in what round and he says at pick 22.  I was shocked.  He was shocked too.  That 5 hour work out apparently was no smoke screen.  They wanted to test that repaired knee.  

    I was reminded that Sapp's knee was only 60% last year.  Last year Sapp converted from DE to OLB.  He wasn't as stout against the run as he should be because of the knee.  He wasn't able to push off and drive relying on his upper body strength and weight to tackle.  Sapp has the right size, speed and experience at the position.  What we don't know is how the work out went.  I'm told it went well and that other teams are looking at him too as a first rounder and that we should see him moving up boards once word is out that his knee is 100%. 

    Ricky Sapp, Clemson, 6-4, 252, 2: Moved from defensive end to standup linebacker last year, he responded with career highs in tackles (60), tackles for loss (15) and sacks (five) to go with a forced fumble. Those numbers became even more impressive when he revealed at the combine that he played the season on a right knee that was at 60% strength, stemming from a torn anterior cruciate ligament in November 2008. Sapp had surgery to repair the injury. Whether Sapp plays outside linebacker in a 3-4 or defensive end in a 4-3, his promise is as a pass rusher. A high school track sprinter and basketball star, Sapp has an overall athleticism that is more striking than his football ability. If he learns to harness all his talent, he can become an elite pass rusher in the NFL. - Frank Cooney, The Sports Xchange 
     
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    Faucet, I m hoping we make 2 moves.  One, move back and grab Pouncey like u said.  But then use our 4th rd pick with our #44 and move up a little and get Sapp.  That is purely based on if the team loves Sapp.  I like him in the 2nd, but not the 1st rd.  I am still prefering a few others out there.
     
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    Sapp at 22?...I don't know..this seems a bit of stretch to say the least. He certainly looks better standing up than with his hand on the ground, but I don't think he warrants a 22nd pick, especially not in this draft. Like Mordecai says, I would probably spend a 2nd on him, but that is about it. 
    I'm getting the feeling the Pats trade out of the 22nd spot, move down to late 1st or back into the 2nd early, and do something there. 

     
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    Faucet, I m hoping we make 2 moves.  One, move back and grab Pouncey like u said.  But then use our 4th rd pick with our #44 and move up a little and get Sapp.  That is purely based on if the team loves Sapp.  I like him in the 2nd, but not the 1st rd.  I am still prefering a few others out there.
    Posted by MordecaiBloodmoon


    Interestingly enough, I have Sapp ranked at 45 as of the last time I updated my board.  56, 50, 41, 40 ranks on 4 boards.  These are pretty tight spreads.  As of now, we'd have to spend #44 on him.  However if he impresses at other work outs and that knee checks out I would not be shocked if he moves up and into the first round.  There aren't many OLBs that actually have played the position who are 6-4, 252 and run a 4.65.  We'll have to watch Sapp with interest now based on the apparent interest the Pats have.

    Your idea 4th + 44 to move up get us to 38.  In my last mock I had Sapp going to Oakland at 39.  We have STL at 33, TB at 35, KC at 36 and OAK at 39 all needing OLBs.  This means we might have to do that SD trade and take Sapp at 28.  Ouch.

    I don't like drafting players with repaired ACLs.  What is the medical prognosis on ACL repairs?  Are they more at risk in the future?  This worries me.
     
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    Sapp at 22?...I don't know..this seems a bit of stretch to say the least. He certainly looks better standing up than with his hand on the ground, but I don't think he warrants a 22nd pick, especially not in this draft. Like Mordecai says, I would probably spend a 2nd on him, but that is about it.  I'm getting the feeling the Pats trade out of the 22nd spot, move down to late 1st or back into the 2nd early, and do something there. 
    Posted by PatsLifer


    I'm with you and mord on this but we can't ignore a 5 hour work out as a sign of immense interest.  We can't ignore that rush OLB is our biggest need.  We can't ignore that a guy who is 6-4, 252 and runs a 4.65 and has played the position in college and therefore is not a conversion guy.  Sapps production was still impressive with career highs in tackles (60), tackles for loss (15) and sacks (five) to go with a forced fumble on a 60% knee.  At 100%, how good would he be?

    For the sake of discussion, and I'm not ready to say I've jumped on the Sapp bandwagon just yet, let's say Sapp is the pick at #22 and he's the real deal.  What does this do for our draft?

    #22 OLB Ricky Sapp
    #44 TE Jermaine Gresham
    #48 DT Tyson Alualu
    #53 RB Toby Gerhart
    4th  WR Andre Roberts

    I could be happy with this...
     
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    In talking to my brother over the weekend, who runs a draft site, he tells me his sources close to the Patriots tell him that the Pats are very interested in Ricky Sapp.  I asked in what round and he says at pick 22.  I was shocked.  He was shocked too.  That 5 hour work out apparently was no smoke screen.  They wanted to test that repaired knee.   I was reminded that Sapp's knee was only 60% last year.  Last year Sapp converted from DE to OLB.  He wasn't as stout against the run as he should be because of the knee.  He wasn't able to push off and drive relying on his upper body strength and weight to tackle.  Sapp has the right size, speed and experience at the position.  What we don't know is how the work out went.  I'm told it went well and that other teams are looking at him too as a first rounder and that we should see him moving up boards once word is out that his knee is 100%.  Ricky Sapp, Clemson, 6-4, 252, 2: Moved from defensive end to standup linebacker last year, he responded with career highs in tackles (60), tackles for loss (15) and sacks (five) to go with a forced fumble. Those numbers became even more impressive when he revealed at the combine that he played the season on a right knee that was at 60% strength, stemming from a torn anterior cruciate ligament in November 2008. Sapp had surgery to repair the injury. Whether Sapp plays outside linebacker in a 3-4 or defensive end in a 4-3, his promise is as a pass rusher. A high school track sprinter and basketball star, Sapp has an overall athleticism that is more striking than his football ability. If he learns to harness all his talent, he can become an elite pass rusher in the NFL. - Frank Cooney, The Sports Xchange  
    Posted by Faucetman


    Faucet,
    Thanks for the info.  Call me skeptical, but I'd temper my expectations on any draft info that comes from a source close to the Patriots.  If asked, they'd probably be very interested in about 20 guys at pick 22.  They control what type of info gets out and what doesnt.

    With that said, it certainly warrants discussion of Sapp as a viable candidate in the first couple rounds based on measurables and athleticism though injury aside, I'm not sure his overall production (7 sacks combined as a soph/jr pre-injury) warrants a 1st round pick.  Just my opinion, but both Sapp and Kindle wreak of bust to me.
     
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    #22 OLB Ricky Sapp #44 TE Jermaine Gresham #48 DT Tyson Alualu #53 RB Toby Gerhart 4th  WR Andre Roberts I could be happy with this...
    Posted by Faucetman[/QUOTE]

    I'm not sure I am a Sapp fan but I would be very happy with that 2nd round.
     
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