***2014 PATRIOTS DRAFT THREAD***

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    how weird is it that the Pats draft discussion has evolved to projecting BB's "reaches". but it's reality. I've been saying it for months, I still am projecting BB taking the Florida cb Roberson at 29 even though he is rated much lower. I'm convinced they see Revis as a one year fling.

     
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    Just finished reading the schedule. The first four games we won't have Browner but the schedule is a friendly one for the first four games as far as top notch QB's are concerned: Tanneyhill, Cassell, Schaub, and Smith...

     
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    how weird is it that the Pats draft discussion has evolved to projecting BB's "reaches". but it's reality. I've been saying it for months, I still am projecting BB taking the Florida cb Roberson at 29 even though he is rated much lower. I'm convinced they see Revis as a one year fling.





    It's very much a reality, the truth is we sit here and dream about adding this guy or that guy (at least I do), but the truth is there is 31 other teams picking too...most in front of us. We are going to be left with slim pickings in each of these rounds in terms of choice. Add in the fact Belichick values certain players a lot more than others and you'll see those head scratching picks. As long as we don't see a Tavon Wilson type of reach I'll be happy.

     
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    What about the Jags, who have those two high picks in the 5th, sending us their 2nd #39, 3rd #70 and 5th #150 for our 1st #29 and 6th (our own, not Philly's)? They are a franchise needing an impact player who could drop to 29 but be gone by 39.


     





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    I thought you were talking about the Pats until I realized you were talking about the JAGs. If there is an impact draft pick at 29 that might not be there at 39 dear lord I hope the Pats don't trade it away and actually pick the guy instead of taking the 2nd best to get an extra mid round pick who might only turn out to be a rotational guy.


    1 solid starter + 1 rotational guy =/= an impact quality player

     
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    My Brother living in New Orleans, said the Saints are very interested in Telvin Smith. He thinks they will Draft him in Round 2. Even if he goes to 3rd round Saints Draft before us. Have to get some picks for him.


     


     


     


     


     


     


     


    I heard yesterday that the Pats might want to Trade-up for WR, I think its a smokescreen. Knowing BB, he would never let something like this slip out, unless he wants someone else.


     


     


     


     





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    Could very well be a smokescreen, but that's the beauty of it... teams already have no clue what BB will do and this only adds another layer to it.  If true, I've said for a long time that Brandin Cooks has everything that BB likes in his WR's, in regards to speed, quicks, COD and RAC ability.  As for the other (2) that'd likely be in play, I prefer Lee to Beckham.





     
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    Crap, Wazz I didn't realize Savage started off at Rutgers. Never mind you might be right about him being the 1st pick but knowing he started at Rutgers they might trade up for him.


     


     


     



    I swear by lil 10 pound bearded baby Jesus


     




    Lol.  Wouldn't that be something!




    If that happened I'd turn into a pillar of salt like Lot's wife while watching the Commish announce the pick!

     
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    Hey Rame, don't be offended but I copied and pasted your comment to avoid the "wide open spaces" this new software creates between lines on "responses" to posts...here are some of my thoughts:


     


    Would you trade a 2015 1st rd pick and our 4th rd pick #120 for San Fran's 2nd #56 (from KC) and 3rd #77?


     


    (With only 5 picks in  next years draft I see us trying to pick up at least one additional pick next year, not trade away what might be the only decent pick next year...don't forget, many guys who would have been available next year came out even earlier this year because of the increase in the length of rookie contracts that goes into effect for the 2015 draft...there'll be slim pickings next draft, that's why this year's is so deep....but usually, I'm not opposed to see them get more picks THIS year because it IS so deep!)


     



    What about the Jags, who have those two high picks in the 5th, sending us their 2nd #39, 3rd #70 and 5th #150 for our 1st #29 and 6th (our own, not Philly's)? They are a franchise needing an impact player who could drop to 29 but be gone by 39.


     



    The Raiders LOVE trading with us. How about pick #62 and #77 for pick #36?


     


    (Again, when it comes to trading picks, I'm all for BB acting like Wall Street and stealing from the poor...take all you can from desperate teams like the Jags and Raiders whenever possible)


     



    #36 - TE Amaro or Seferian-Jenkins - sneak in front of the TE starved Falcons and grab the guy BB and Daniels prefer for our system (Niklas is a dark horse here and they BETTER be sure he's as elite as the other two)


     


    (I'm very much OK with either guy at this pick if they're there...we really do need a quality TE aside from Gronk.)


     



    #39 - RB Carlos Hyde - A power back who could be better than Blount day one and complement Ridley/Vereen really well, cheap labor at a position the Pats HATE to spend on


     


    (Love Hyde in the 2nd, but we could get a decent back in the 3rd, maybe even the 4th)


     



    #56 - C Weston Richburg - Keep Connolly at G since he hasn't played C in 3 years and get our future C, a leader/4 year starter everyone is high on to hopefully beat Wendell out or at least be just a 1 year understudy


     


    (They may do this and use the opportunity to simply cut Connolly due to his salary...they like Richburg if you believe the press and if it's not a BB smokescreen.)


     



    #70 - The best pass rusher left on the board. Could be Dee Ford, Attaochu, Crichton, Murphy, Van Noy, DeMarcus Lawrence.... I hope 1-2 of these guys will last until pick 70 and help rotate with Nink and get to the QB. Or else we could take one of them at 56, go with Skov at 70 and and #150 an interior O-line guy like Larsen or Stork at C.


     


    (Best Pass Rusher on the board....agreed, although I doubt Ford, Attaochu, Crichton, Van Noy or Lawrence will be there in the 4th...might have to grab one in the 2nd to get a decent one.)


     



    #140 (comp pick) - Best available DT, it'd be nice if DaQuan Jones was here, or Ed Stinson/DeAndre Coleman, many are afraid of McCullers the project, but I'd trust the Pats did their homework on a guy who would replace Wilfork in 2-3 years


    (Jones never makes it to the comp pick in the 4th...Coleman will go after the 4th because he's not a pass rusher...Stinson and McCullers are right about here, IMO)



    #150 - An interior LB'er. Jordan Tripp has the cone drill and pedigree BB loves. Yawin Smallwood may drop b/c of speed issues but plays quicker than he is and makes impact plays. Preston Brown of L'Ville could be another Spikes, just play on obvious rushing downs but contribute right away.


     


    (Most projections have Smallwood as a 4th rounder, some earlier, but Brown should be there, and yes, they do need a backup MLB type...if they go fast, coverage LB, they'll have to go no later than the 3rd to get a really good one.)


     


    6th rd (from Philly) - possibly use the 7th to move up, I'd take a risky player who has dropped at this point. I see CB Louchiez Purifoy or S's Ed Reynolds and Antone Exum being in this spot, guys who should have gone day 2 but character/injury/combine stuff led to a fall


     


    (Exum would be my choice if he drops this far, or someone like Cockrell from Duke, with both guys coming off of injuries which they should fully recover from, although their rookie years could see them not really ready to play much because of that, but Exum will most likely go before the 6th, maybe the 5th at the latest...I don't want Puirfoy and neither will the Pats...trouble last week with the cops due to possession and intoxication from weed and bath salts....we've had enough of that crap around here!)


     

     
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    In an effort to continue the dialogue around "outside the box thinking"... I still maintain that CB is a very realistic option in Rd 1 if one of the Top 5 prospects at the position are on the board (i.e. Dennard, Gilbert, Roby, Fuller & Verrett)... and here's why:


    1.  We don't know if Revis will be back next year.


    2.  Browner is one strike away from a (1) year suspension or something of the sort.


    3.  I've seen talk around Logan Ryan potentially moving to S.


    4.  It's a pass happy league and the more skill/talent/depth that you have on the perimeter, the better.


    5.  You're adding relatively low cost talent, at a premium position and said player could also represent BPA.


    Now, I'm not saying that they will take a CB, but it certainly warrants consideration/discussion, etc.

     
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    For what it's worth, Telvin Smith was up to 224 (218 at the Combine) at his Pro Day on Mar 18... Timmy Jernigan was up to 305 (299 at the Combine).

     
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    Ideal size for SS for Bill Walsh is 6'2"-6'3" 218-225 lbs. He constantly talked about length in his Drafts. on the Defensive side of the ball. Only exception CB's, IF the man was quick. Even then he wanted tall CB's. His ideal size was 6'-2". Lombardi started with him, we'll see.

     
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    No way they draft a CB early lol.. I really cant envision that at all. My favorite sleeper in the draft is will clarke out of WVU, team captain, Beast.


     


     


     


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    check him out.  Reminds me of peppers.

     
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    No way they draft a CB early lol.. I really cant envision that at all. My favorite sleeper in the draft is will clarke out of WVU, team captain, Beast.


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    I agree can't see them taking a CB early. In the 3rd or 4th as a hybrid who could be a CB or S (ie Exum or Vereen) sure can def see that but not in the first 2 rounds. Though I can see them taking Buchanan or Pryor in the 1st two rounds as S's.


    I think we all like Will Clark but the question is when to take him. I'd look at in the 4th but will he be there? To me I have about 6 or so players I want them to target in the 3rd and 4th. Clark is one of them McCuller is another. To me it all depends on who they get in the 1st 2 rounds. If they grab a pass rusher then you grab McCullers, if you get a DT then you grab Clark. But, yes Clark is my favorite DE after the 2nd at this point.

     
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    For what it's worth, Telvin Smith was up to 224 (218 at the Combine) at his Pro Day on Mar 18... Timmy Jernigan was up to 305 (299 at the Combine).




    I read somewhere that at 218 Smith looked like he was as bulked up as he could be and wouldn't be able to play with much more weight. I imagine the added weight is typical predraft BS these prospects do...run their 40's at a lower weight...do their bench at a higher weight...anything to make that resume look just a little bit better.

     
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    For what it's worth, Telvin Smith was up to 224 (218 at the Combine) at his Pro Day on Mar 18... Timmy Jernigan was up to 305 (299 at the Combine).


     




    I read somewhere that at 218 Smith looked like he was as bulked up as he could be and wouldn't be able to play with much more weight. I imagine the added weight is typical predraft BS these prospects do...run their 40's at a lower weight...do their bench at a higher weight...anything to make that resume look just a little bit better.





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    Yeah it's pretty typical for a player to be 5-10lbs lighter at the combine to gain a bit extra speed in those time based drills then gain it back before the pro-day since most pro-days are built to demonstrate more skill base routines and less time based. 

     
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    For what it's worth, Telvin Smith was up to 224 (218 at the Combine) at his Pro Day on Mar 18... Timmy Jernigan was up to 305 (299 at the Combine).


     


     


     


     


     


     


     




    I read somewhere that at 218 Smith looked like he was as bulked up as he could be and wouldn't be able to play with much more weight. I imagine the added weight is typical predraft BS these prospects do...run their 40's at a lower weight...do their bench at a higher weight...anything to make that resume look just a little bit better.


     


     


     





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    Yeah it's pretty typical for a player to be 5-10lbs lighter at the combine to gain a bit extra speed in those time based drills then gain it back before the pro-day since most pro-days are built to demonstrate more skill base routines and less time based. 


     





     


    Unfortunately nobody knows what his actual play weight was.  He was listed at 6-3 218 on FSU's team page.


     


    As for Pro Day's... it varies... if a kid wants to sit on his times from the Combine, he can... but there a plenty of kids to who take part in the time based portion of a Pro Day... whether to improve on the Combine, or run/participate in a particular timed drill for the first time.

     
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    Updated list of players that NE has had pre-Draft contact with, courtesty of nepatriotsdraft.com:


     


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    Unfortunately nobody knows what his actual play weight was.  He was listed at 6-3 218 on FSU's team page.


    As for Pro Day's... it varies... if a kid wants to sit on his times from the Combine, he can... but there a plenty of kids to who take part in the time based portion of a Pro Day... whether to improve on the Combine, or run/participate in a particular timed drill for the first time.





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    Yeah that's true. I guess it comes down to what they did at the combine. If they had good numbers they may put the weight back on to showcase other aspects and if the numbers didn't look great, were average, or they couldn't perform they'd look to improve those numbers. I guess for the most part from our perspective we are looking at guys with good combine numbers so we tend to see them add some weight by their pro-day. But in general it seems most tend to lose a bit of weight before the combine instead of gain it.

     
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    Any takes for nepatriots.com's most recent mock?  I'm guessing some folks won't like #29 or like that they don't take a TE until Rd 7 and I don't know about double dipping on RB's, but there's some solid talent there overall.


     


    2014 New England Patriots Mock Draft


    Round 1 (29) - Dominique Easley, DT, Florida


    In my mock earlier this week I mocked Ryan Shazier to the Patriots. I’m moving off that selection because I believe he’ll be off the board and I get the vibe the Patriots aren’t that enamored with him. The most logical position to address in the first round remains defensive line and I know they are looking hard at a number of DT/DE types. The Patriots don’t have a player like Easley on the current roster. He can play any position on the defensive line and provides disruption at each one. It’s possible Easley falls into the middle of the second round due to his knee injuries and as always the Patriots will look to shop the pick.


    Round 2 (62)- Deone Bucannon, SAF, Washington State


    Safety isn’t the biggest need on the roster, but if the Patriots get a chance to pick the Wazzou product they should take it. Bucannon brings size and physicality to the backend of the defense. He wow’d scouts with his great combine performance; running faster than many anticipated. He’ll struggle in the deep third, but he makes up for it by playing the role of enforcer. Bucannon has drawn interest from the Patriots in the pre-draft process, but it remains unknonw if Bill Belichick will want to use another Day Two selection on a Safety. If a Tight End like Troy Niklas is still on the board the Patriots would look long and hard.


    Round 3 (93) – Marcus Smith, OLB, Louisville


    If there is one position where this draft lacks impact it’s at pass rusher. There are only a handful of “true” impact edge rushers in this draft and the rest are projects. Smith is an interesting hybrid player. He’s a developing pass rusher that produced at a high level in 2013, but he’s also has the potential to become a solid coverage backer in the NFL. Smith is a similar prospect to Jamie Collins. Both players were bounced between positions, both players are college pass rushers, and both are fluid athletes that can play on their feet in the NFL.


    Round 4 (130) – Brandon Coleman, WR, Rutgers


    I’d be really surprised if the Patriots take a Wide Receiver in the first round, but look for them to add one more young body to the position at some point n the draft. Coleman brings a rare skillset that is currently lacking on the roster. Coleman boasts an impressive combination of size and speed, which would be welcomed by QB Tom Brady. He’d provide a much needed “big-bodied” receiveing target downfield and in the Red Zone.


    Round 4 (140) * – Andre Williams, RB, Boston College


    Running Back is in a little bit of flux right now. LeGarrett Blount is officially lost, no replacement is on the horizon, and both of their “starting” backs are free agents after the season. I’m told Bill Belichick liked the “four-man” RB rotation he employed most of last season, making it likely the team selects at least one during the draft. Andre Williams is the perfect replacement for LeGarrette Blount. He can run with the same type of force and he’s sneaky fast. Williams can play a reserve role as a rookie and if he shows enough promise could make the decision to resign Stevan Ridley a little bit tougher.


    Round 6 (198) – Marion Grice, RB, Arizona State


    Selecting a RB like Marion Grice right after picking the big, bruising Andre Williams is reminscent of 2011 where the Patriots double dipped with Vereen and Ridley. Their decision to let Danny Woodhead go came back to haunt them last season. Not only did they fail to adequately replace him, his replacement was hurt most of the season. There is no way they can enter next season without adding another receiver out of the backfield. Grice fits that mold perfectly. He was primarily used as a receiver in the Arizona State spread passing attack and caught 91 balls over the last two seasons. While he doesn’t run super fast, he makes up for it with impressive lateral agility and good openfield vision. By adding the tandem of Williams and Grice to Vereen and Ridley the Patriots build-in insurance in case of injury, free agent departures, and give themselves a nice four man rotation for 2014.


    Round 6 (206) – Crockett Gillmore, TE, Colorado State


    The Tight End position features a massive drop off in talent early in this draft. After Troy Niklas and CJ Fiedorowicz come off the board there isn’t another TE worth taking for at least a full round. If the Patriots miss out on that top tier they are best served to wait beacause none of the guys available can become starters in year one. Gillmore is an interesting prospect that really turned heads at the Senior Bowl. He possesses a well-rounded skill-set and projects to an inline role. His ceiling as a receiver is limited compared to guys like Niklas and Amaro, but he can become a very good four down player. Serviceable, that’s the word I’d use to describe the Tight Ends after the top tier, serviceable.


    Round 7 (244) – Kevin Pamphile, OT, Purdue


    Pamphile is a late round O-Line sleeper that is rising up draft boards. The Patriots have shown interest and had him into Foxboro for an official visit. As of right now the Offensive Tackle depth on the roster is lacking and with a new OL coach, I wouldn’t be surprised if they moved Marcus Cannon inside to Guard.

     
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    Updated list of players that NE has had pre-Draft contact with, courtesty of nepatriotsdraft.com:


     


     


     


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    I think the thing that stood out the most too me was that we looked at 13 secondary players, and 9 of them were safeties. And they flew in the kid from Washington State...who I like.

     
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    Two weeks from today!

     
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    Two weeks from today!




    So Pumped up!

     
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    Yeah that would be a pretty rough draft if that were true MB:


    Easly - big potential but he is right now a 1 gap rusher with issues in both knees. The injury part sounds like an normal BB type of pick but in the 1st of all places? Not to mention it goes against everything BB has looked for in DT's in the past. Mainly a 2 gap player. I just wouldn't be happy with it.


    Buchanan - I could easily see this pick, doesn't mean I like it. Not that Buchanan isn't talent and wouldn't improve the secondary I just think there are bigger needs.


    Smith - I doubt would make it to the 3rd but if he did this would be the best pick of the mock.


    Andre Williams - Just isn't a BB type of pick. He's a pure power runner who can't catch and has issues blocking. I honestly can't see BB taking a shot at a 1 dimensional RB. Most of his RB choices can do at least 2 things well whether that be running, catching, or blocking.


    Waiting to get a TE until the 6th just doesn't feel right and I'm all types of confused on getting 2 RB's when they already have a FB they seem to like unless they don't plan on keeping either Ridley or Vereen, then at that point you have to question those picks. If you are picked in day 1 or 2 and have good talent and they don't resign that player I consider that a bit of a wasted pick. Mainly because even if they produced while here you can't be replacing a position every 4 years, esp if that player was any good to begin with. It's just not sustainable on a team of 53 players and given you won't hit on every draft pick.


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    I still believe the Patriots are trading out of round one, so with that said I think the Patriots are going to go DE with their first pick in round 2 and TE with their second pick in round two.

     
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    I saw that mock on nepatriotsdraft too.  Easely in the first ruined it for me.  I would really hate it if that happened.  Buchannon at 62 would be great, Smith at 93 is not realistic, and I'm not high on Andre Williams.  Pretty poor draft, IMO.  

     
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    I still believe the Patriots are trading out of round one, so with that said I think the Patriots are going to go DE with their first pick in round 2 and TE with their second pick in round two.




    I would love that.  Still don't think we get any takers to make a trade though.

     
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