KC's 7 Round Mock Draft

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    KC's 7 Round Mock Draft

    Hopefully this turned out ok. Definitely a tough project.

    Round 1:
    1. Carolina Panthers: Cam Newton, QB
    2. Denver Broncos: Marcell Dareus, DL
    3. Buffalo Bills: Von Miller, OLB
    4. Cincinnati Bengals: AJ Green, RB
    5. Arizona Cardinals: Blaine Gabbert, QB
    6. Cleveland Browns: Patrick Peterson, CB
    7. San Francisco 49ers: Prince Amukamara, CB
    8. Tennessee Titans: Nick Fairley, DT
    9. Dallas Cowboys: Tyron Smith, OT
    10. Washington Redskins: Julio Jones, WR
    11. Houston Texans: Robert Quinn, OLB
    12. Minnesota Vikings: Jake Locker, QB
    13. Detroit Lions: Jimmy Smith, CB
    14. St. Louis Rams: Da’Quan Bowers, DE
    15. Miami Dolphins: Ryan Mallett, QB
    16. Jacksonville Jaguars: Cameron Jordan, DE
    17. New England Patriots: Aldon Smith, OLB
    18. San Diego Chargers: JJ Watt, DE
    19. New York Giants: Mike Pouncey, OG
    20. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Ryan Kerrigan, DE
    21. Kansas City Chiefs: Justin Houston, OLB
    22. Indianapolis Colts: Anthony Castonzo, OT
    23. Philadelphia Eagles: Gabe Carimi, OT
    24. New Orleans Saints: Corey Liuget, DL
    25. Seattle Seahawks: Andy Dalton, QB
    26. Baltimore Ravens: Torrey Smith, WR
    27. Atlanta Falcons: Adrian Clayborn, DE
    28. New England Patriots: Derek Sherrod, OT
    29. Chicago Bears: Marvin Austin, DT
    30. New York Jets: Phil Taylor, NT/DL
    31. Pittsburgh Steelers: Aaron Williams, DB
    32. Green Bay Packers: Mark Ingram, RB

    Round 2:
    33. New England Patriots: Cameron Heyward, DL
    34. Buffalo Bills: Nate Solder, OT
    35. Cincinnati Bengals: Christian Ponder, QB
    36. Denver Broncos: Brandon Harris, CB
    37. Cleveland Browns: Jon Baldwin, WR
    38. Arizona Cardinals: Kyle Rudolph, TE
    39. Tennessee Titans: Colin Kaepernick, QB
    40. Dallas Cowboys: Rahim Moore, S
    41. Washington Redskins: Brooks Reed, OLB
    42. Houston Texans: Muhammad Wilkerson, DL
    43. Minnesota Vikings: Benjamin Ijalana, OG
    44. Detroit Lions: Martez Wilson, LB
    45. San Francisco 49ers: Akeem Ayers, LB
    46. Denver Broncos: Stephen Paea, DT
    47. St. Louis Rams: Leonard Hankerson, WR
    48. Oakland Raiders: Rodney Hudson, C/G
    49. Jacksonville Jaguars: Ras-I Dowling, CB
    50. San Diego Chargers: Orlando Franklin, T/G
    51. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: James Carpenter, OT
    52. New York Giants: Stefen Wisniewski, C/G
    53. Indianapolis Colts: Drake Nevis, DT
    54. Philadelphia Eagles: Marcus Cannon, G/T
    55. Kansas City Chiefs: Randall Cobb, WR
    56. New Orleans Saints: Jabaal Sheard, DE
    57. Seattle Seahawks: Davon House, CB
    58. Baltimore Ravens: Christian Ballard, DE
    59. Atlanta Falcons: Jerrel Jernigan, WR
    60. New England Patriots: Danny Watkins, OG
    61. San Diego Chargers: Quinton Carter, S
    62. Chicago Bears: Will Rackley, OG
    63. Pittsburgh Steelers: Clint Boling, OG
    64. Green Bay Packers: Sam Acho, OLB

    Round 3:
    65. Carolina Panthers: Titus Young, WR
    66. Cincinnati Bengals: Mikel LeShoure, RB
    67. Denver Broncos: DeAndre McDaniel, S
    68. Buffalo Bills: Chimde Chekwa, CB
    69. Arizona Cardinals: Marcus Gilbert, OT
    70. Cleveland Browns: Allen Bailey, DE
    71. Dallas Cowboys: Curtis Brown, CB
    72. New Orleans Saints: Bruce Carter, LB
    73. Houston Texans: Kenrick Ellis, NT
    74. New England Patriots: Daniel Thomas, RB
    75. Detroit Lions: Ryan Williams, RB
    76. San Francisco 49ers: Ricky Stanzi, QB
    77. Tennessee Titans: Quan Sturdivant, LB
    78. St. Louis Rams: Jurrell Casey, DT
    79. Miami Dolphins: Luke Stocker, TE
    80. Jacksonville Jaguars: Chris Conte, S
    81. Oakland Raiders: Brandon Burton, CB
    82. San Diego Chargers: Greg Jones, LB
    83. New York Giants: DeMarco Murray, RB
    84. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Colin McCarthy, LB
    85. Philadelphia Eagles: Mason Foster, LB
    86. Kansas City Chiefs: Jerrell Powe, NT
    87. Indianapolis Colts: James Brewer, OT
    88. New Orleans Saints: Kendall Hunter, RB
    89. San Diego Chargers: Greg Little, WR
    90. Baltimore Ravens: Shareece Wright, CB
    91. Atlanta Falcons: Lance Kendricks, TE
    92. New England Patriots: Jalil Brown, CB
    93. Chicago Bears: Marcus Gilchrist, CB
    94. New York Jets: Dontay Moch, OLB
    95. Pittsburgh Steelers: Kelvin Sheppard, ILB
    96. Green Bay Packers: Jarvis Jenkins, DL
    97. Carolina Panthers: Terrell McClain, DT

    Round 4:
    98. Carolina Panthers: Pernell McPhee, DE
    99. Seattle Seahawks: Tyler Sash, S
    100. Buffalo Bills: Pat Devlin, QB
    101. Cincinnati Bengals: Nate Irving, LB
    102. Cleveland Browns: Jason Pinkston, OT
    103. Arizona Cardinals: DeMarcus Love, OT
    104. Philadelphia Eagles: Johnny Patrick, CB
    105. Houston Texans: Curtis Marsh, CB
    106. Minnesota Vikings: Chris Carter, LB
    107. Detroit Lions: Ahmad Black, S
    108. San Francisco 49ers: Edmund Gates, WR
    109. Tennessee Titans: John Moffitt, G/C
    110. Dallas Cowboys: Niles Paul, WR
    111. Miami Dolphins: Jordan Todman, RB
    112. St. Louis Rams: Shane Vereen, RB
    113. Oakland Raiders: Joseph Barksdale, OT
    114. Jacksonville Jaguars: Terrence Toliver, WR
    115. San Francisco 49ers: Cedric Thornton, DL
    116. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Jacquizz Rodgers, RB
    117. New York Giants: Greg Salas, WR
    118. Kansas City Chiefs: Greg McElroy, QB
    119. Indianapolis Colts: Stephen Schilling, OG
    120. Philadelphia Eagles: Delone Carter, RB
    121. Jacksonville Jaguars: Lawrence Wilson, LB
    122. Buffalo Bills: Jordan Cameron, TE
    123. Baltimore Ravens: Casey Matthews, LB
    124. Atlanta Falcons: Lee Ziemba, T/G
    125. New England Patriots: Greg Romeus, OLB
    126. New York Jets: Brandon Hogan, CB
    127. Chicago Bears: Jamie Harper, RB
    128. Pittsburgh Steelers: Ian Williams, NT
    129. Green Bay Packers: Zach Hurd, OG
    130. Tennessee Titans: Kristofer O’Dowd, C/G
    131. Green Bay Packers: Tandon Doss, WR

    Round 5:
    132. Carolina Panthers: Virgil Green, TE
    133. Buffalo Bills: Ronald Johnson, WR
    134. Cincinnati Bengals: Pierre Allen, DE
    135. Kansas City Chiefs: Tim Barnes, C
    136. Arizona Cardinals: Ugo Chinasa, OLB
    137. Cleveland Browns: Taiwan Jones, RB
    138. Houston Texans: Robert Sands, S
    139. Minnesota Vikings: Buster Skrine, CB
    140. Kansas City Chiefs: Roy Helu, RB
    141. San Francisco 49ers: Chris Culliver, S
    142. Tennessee Titans: KJ Wright, LB
    143. Dallas Cowboys: Lawrence Guy, DL
    144. Washington Redskins: Rashad Carmichael, CB
    145. St. Louis Rams: DJ Williams, TE
    146. Miami Dolphins: Cortez Allen, CB
    147. Jacksonville Jaguars: Da’Norris Searcy, S
    148. Oakland Raiders: Denarius Moore, WR
    149. Philadelphia Eagles: Jeron Johnson, S
    150. Minnesota Vikings: Jaiquawn, Jarrett, S
    151. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Ross Homan, LB
    152. Indianapolis Colts: Austin Pettis, WR
    153. Philadelphia Eagles: Alex Green, RB
    154. Detroit Lions: Derek Newton, OT
    155. Washington Redskins: Stanley Havili, FB
    156. Seattle Seahawks: Jeremy Kerley, WR
    157. Seattle Seahawks: Jah Reid, OT
    158. Atlanta Falcons: Keith Williams, OG
    159. New England Patriots: Brandon Fusco, C
    160. Chicago Bears: Vincent Brown, WR
    161. New York Jets: Cecil Shorts III, WR
    162. Pittsburgh Steelers: Bryon Stingily, OT
    163. Green Bay Packers: Alex Henery, K
    164. Baltimore Ravens: David Arkin, OG
    165. Baltimore Ravens: Chris Hairston, OT

    Round 6:
    166. Carolina Panthers: Anthony Gaitor, CB
    167. Cincinnati Bengals: Shiloh Keo, S
    168. Cleveland Browns: Sione Fua, DT
    169. Buffalo Bills: Brandon Bair, DL
    170. Cleveland Browns: Justin Boren, OG
    171. Arizona Cardinals: Chykie Brown, CB
    172. Minnesota Vikings: Dwayne Harris, WR
    173. Seattle Seahawks: Cliff Matthews, DE
    174. San Francisco 49ers: Owen Marecic, FB
    175. Tennessee Titans: Ricky Elmore, DE
    176. Dallas Cowboys: Andrew Jackson, OG
    177. Washington Redskins: Tyrod Taylor, QB
    178. Houston Texans: Dane Sanzenbacher, WR
    179. Miami Dolphins: Jeremy Beal, LB
    180. Baltimore Ravens: Richard Sherman, CB
    181. Oakland Raiders: Rob Housler, TE
    182. Jacksonville Jaguars: Taylor Potts, QB
    183. San Diego Chargers: Cheta Ozougwu, OLB
    184. Arizona Cardinals: Markus White, OLB
    185. New York Giants: Brian Rolle, LB
    186. Denver Broncos: Bilal Powell, RB
    187. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Zane Taylor, C
    188. Indianapolis Colts: Derrick Locke, RB
    189. Denver Broncos: Jonas Mouton, LB
    190. San Francisco 49ers: Derek Hall, OT
    191. Baltimore Ravens: Mark Herzlich, LB
    192. Atlanta Falcons: Ryan Jones, CB
    193. New England Patriots: Charles Clay, TE
    194. New York Jets: Kai Forbath, K
    195. Chicago Bears: Jason Kelce, C
    196. Pittsburgh Steelers: Chas Henry, P
    197. Green Bay Packers: Willie Smith, OT
    198. New York Giants: Trevis Turner, OT
    199. Kansas City Chiefs: DJ Young, OT
    200. Minnesota Vikings: Julius Thomas, TE
    201. San Diego Chargers: Chris L. Rucker, CB
    202. New York Giants: Deunta Williams, S
    203. Carolina Panthers: Mike Person, OG

    Round 7:
    204. Green Bay Packers: David Mims, OT
    205. Detroit Lions: Jeff Maehl, WR
    206. Buffalo Bills: Mike Mohamed, ILB
    207. Cincinnati Bengals: Noel Devine, RB
    208. New York Jets: Jarriel King, OT
    209. Seattle Seahawks: Jake Kirkpatrick, QB
    210. Atlanta Falcons: Joe Lefeged, S
    211. San Francisco 49ers: Stevan Ridley, RB
    212. Tennessee Titans: Nate Williams, S
    213. Washington Redskins: Chris Neild, NT
    214. Houston Texans: Jarrard Tarrant, S
    215. Minnesota Vikings: Ryan Winterswyk, DE
    216. St. Louis Rams: Mistral Raymond, S
    217. Miami Dolphins: Daniel Kilgore, OG
    218. Miami Dolphins: Zach Williams, C
    219. Oakland Raiders: Ray Dominguez,OG
    220. Dallas Cowboys: David Carter, DL
    221. New York Giants: Ryan Donahue, P
    222. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Byron Maxwell, CB
    223. Kansas City Chiefs: Scott Lutrus, ILB
    224. Washington Redskins: Akeem Dent, ILB
    225. Baltimore Ravens: Ricardo Lockette, WR
    226. New Orleans Saints: Henry Hynoski, FB
    227. Philadelphia Eagles: Eddie Jones, DE
    228. St. Louis Rams: Doug Hogue, LB
    229. Atlanta Falcons: Adrian Moten, LB
    230. Atlanta Falcons: Stephen Burton, WR
    231. San Francisco 49ers: Andre Smith, TE
    232. Pittsburgh Steelers: DeMarcus VanDyke, CB
    233. Green Bay Packers: Kendric Burney, CB
    234. San Diego Chargers: Mario Harvey, LB
    235. Miami Dolphins: Jermale Hines, S
    236. Minnesota Vikings: Dom DeCicco, S
    237. Philadelphia Eagles: Sealver Siliga, DT
    238. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Lazarius Levingston, DE
    239. San Francisco 49ers: Thomas Keiser, OLB
    240. Philadelphia Eagles: Justin Rogers, CB
    241. Oakland Raiders: Josh Bynes, LB
    242. Seattle Seahawks: Josh Jasper, K
    243. New Orleans Saints: Eric Hagg, S
    244. Carolina Panthers: Da’Rel Scott, RB
    245. Buffalo Bills: Weslye Saunders, TE
    246. Cincinnati Bengals: Aldrick Robinson, WR
    247. Denver Broncos: Schuylar Oordt, TE
    248. Cleveland Browns: DeJon Gomes, S
    249. Arizona Cardinals: Mark LeGree, S
    250. San Francisco 49ers: Korey Lindsey, CB
    251. Tennessee Titans: Evan Royster, RB
    252. Dallas Cowboys: Adam Weber, QB
    253. Washington Redskins: Alex Linnenkohl, C
    254. Houston Texans: Reid Forrest, P
     
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    I like this mock draft and appreciate the time you put into it. However, the only problem I see is that I don't see Danny Watkins falling to #60. I hope he does though.
     
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    Wow what a steal if they could get Watkins at #60 don't see that happening.  Be sure to enter your 1 thru 32 picks in the budweiser contest you could win $10 million

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    us passing on jj watt for aldon smith? really?
     
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    As a Colt fan, I think you did pretty well with my team.  I like that Pettis pick in the 5th.  Pettis' stock is dropping, and I don't really know why.  But you went a little crazy with the OL (3 of the first 4 picks is a bit much).  And the Colts' second biggest need is probably safety, which you didn't address (probably because it's a lousy crop of safeties this year).  Here's what I would have done:

    1) Gabe Carimi, OT, Wisc.

    2) Danny Watkins, OL, Baylor
    3) Marcus Gilchrist, S/CB, Clemson
    4) Austin Pettis, WR, Boise
    5) Chris Neild, DT, West Virgina
    6) Joe Lefeged, S, Rutgers

     
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    If Carolina wastes that #1 overall pick on Cam Newton then they'll probably be in line for the #1 overall pick for the next two years.  The guy's an extraordinary athlete but he is raw as a quarterback and will need more than a little development work.  And, yes, I'll stand behind this post if and when the guy is like the offense rookie of the year or some such deal.
     
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    I like this mock draft and appreciate the time you put into it. However, the only problem I see is that I don't see Danny Watkins falling to #60. I hope he does though.
    Posted by BB-IS-BEST

    I have seen that NFL network and ESPN especially have been pushing for him to go at the bottom of the first round. I don't see a team spending a first round pick on a 26/27 year old offensive guard. The age needs to be a major consideration, as is the position. Only teams that are ready to compete right away should be willing to make the selection. New England, Philadelphia, Green Bay, and Pittsburgh are the ones that come to mind. So if he doesn't go at the end of the 1st round, I think he'll have to wait until the end of the second round. Trading up or down into the 40s,though, could be the ideal solution. I need a Be the GM draft a few weeks ago and with the Pats moved up to 43 to draft Watkins. The Eagles really are the next option after the 1st round and I have them taking Marcus Cannon at 54, a player who is pretty much ideal for the Eagles.
     
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    If Carolina wastes that #1 overall pick on Cam Newton then they'll probably be in line for the #1 overall pick for the next two years.  The guy's an extraordinary athlete but he is raw as a quarterback and will need more than a little development work.  And, yes, I'll stand behind this post if and when the guy is like the offense rookie of the year or some such deal.
    Posted by ATJ

    They'd be foolish to take Newton, but that's what is expected of them. I would take AJ Green, maybe Patrick Peterson if I was their GM.
     
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    Wow what a steal if they could get Watkins at #60 don't see that happening.  Be sure to enter your 1 thru 32 picks in the budweiser contest you could win $10 million http://apps.facebook.com/bestroundever/
    Posted by NEGAME2

    Thanks, NEGAME. I don't see anyone winning that. You'd have to be extremely lucky.
     
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    us passing on jj watt for aldon smith? really?
    Posted by natesubs

    I am not sold on Watt's fit with the Pats. I like Heyward a lot more for the 3-4 defense and the Pats need a dynamic pass rusher at OLB than a pass rusher at DE.
     
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    As a Colt fan, I think you did pretty well with my team.  I like that Pettis pick in the 5th.  Pettis' stock is dropping, and I don't really know why.  But you went a little crazy with the OL (3 of the first 4 picks is a bit much).  And the Colts' second biggest need is probably safety, which you didn't address (probably because it's a lousy crop of safeties this year).  Here's what I would have done: 1) Gabe Carimi, OT, Wisc. 2) Danny Watkins, OL, Baylor 3) Marcus Gilchrist, S/CB, Clemson 4) Austin Pettis, WR, Boise 5) Chris Neild, DT, West Virgina 6) Joe Lefeged, S, Rutgers
    Posted by JulesWinfield


    Thank you for the input. I'll keep that mind for more drafts tha I likely will complete. I do think I'll drop the DT need toward the fourth round. It seems like there are decent mid-round 4-3 DT options. Offensive line seemingly drops off midway through the 5th round.
     
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    I can't see BB pick Aldon Smith unless he drops into the 2nd round, maybe.  He's just too much of a ? to be taken that early specially with Watt, Kerrigan and OTs still available.



     
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     I don't think the Phins take Hines at 235.
     
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     I don't think the Phins take Hines at 235.
    Posted by Cyberknot

    Lmao!
     
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     I don't think the Phins take Hines at 235.
    Posted by Cyberknot

    my source tells me that the Dolphins think that 235 is the perfect spot for him. if he's still available, he's the pick. :P
     
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    I can't see BB pick Aldon Smith unless he drops into the 2nd round, maybe.  He's just too much of a ? to be taken that early specially with Watt, Kerrigan and OTs still available.
    Posted by Pats7393

    It depends on the hour whether i like Aldon Smith or Ryan Kerrigan more for OLB. I see both as impact pass rushers on day 1. I give Smith the slight edge right now as a pass rusher. Both are strong going inside while Smith is better on the outside. Kerrigan is a 3 down player immediately because he'll be a strong run defender immediately. Aldon Smith needs to get stronger and work on his technique. I'm certain that this is only a temporary problem that he will mostly solve by the beginning of year 2 if not during year 1. In pass coverage, neither are adequate options. Because Smith is so loose, I see Smith having perhaps the best upside in coverage of all 3-4 prospects with the possible exception of Von Miller and Martez Wilson. I see both prospects as likely extremely successful in the NFL and both fitting the Pats.
     
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    In Response to Re: KC's 7 Round Mock Draft : It depends on the hour whether i like Aldon Smith or Ryan Kerrigan more for OLB. I see both as impact pass rushers on day 1. I give Smith the slight edge right now as a pass rusher. Both are strong going inside while Smith is better on the outside. Kerrigan is a 3 down player immediately because he'll be a strong run defender immediately. Aldon Smith needs to get stronger and work on his technique. I'm certain that this is only a temporary problem that he will mostly solve by the beginning of year 2 if not during year 1. In pass coverage, neither are adequate options. Because Smith is so loose, I see Smith having perhaps the best upside in coverage of all 3-4 prospects with the possible exception of Von Miller and Martez Wilson. I see both prospects as likely extremely successful in the NFL and both fitting the Pats.
    Posted by KyleCleric2


    I hear you but Kerrigan based on messurables and production is the better of the two.  Kerrigan had better times at the combine across the board and is more experienced.  Both are projections IMO Kerrigan is the safest risk pick. 

    Kerrigan
    Combine Invite: Yes
    Height: 6037
    Weight: 267
    40 Yrd Dash: 4.67
    20 Yrd Dash: 2.72
    10 Yrd Dash: 1.61
    225 Lb. Bench Reps: 31
    Vertical Jump: 33 1/2
    Broad Jump: 10'02"
    20 Yrd Shuttle: 4.39
    3-Cone Drill: 7.18
    + 12 pounds, 4.72/4.82/4.89 40 range before Combine - C

    Stats Kerrigan
    http://sports.espn.go.com/ncf/player/profile?playerId=237333

    Smith
    Combine Invite: Yes
    Height: 6042
    Weight: 263
    40 Yrd Dash: 4.74
    20 Yrd Dash: 2.70
    10 Yrd Dash: 1.66
    225 Lb. Bench Reps: 20
    Vertical Jump: 34
    Broad Jump: 09'10"
    20 Yrd Shuttle: 4.50
    3-Cone Drill: 7.19
    4.60/4.69/4.79 40 range before Combine - C


    Stats Smith
    http://sports.espn.go.com/ncf/player/profile?playerId=381403
     
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    In Response to Re: KC's 7 Round Mock Draft : I am not sold on Watt's fit with the Pats. I like Heyward a lot more for the 3-4 defense and the Pats need a dynamic pass rusher at OLB than a pass rusher at DE.
    Posted by KyleCleric2


    "Pats need a dynamic pass rusher at OLB than a pass rusher at DE."

    i concur, slightly more, but want/need both.

    several questions kyle, but i have no doubts, i think, with your draft for the pats.

    i had one of each of these groupings as my desire:
     quinn, smith, or kerrigan   - check
    AND jordan, watt, heyward - check
    And tyron or carimi  no check but sherod gets fairly good reviews
    AND watkins, moffit or hudson - check

    very hard to complain!

    plus a rb (heard thomas has a fumble issue; confirm?) (i think it is an option to go offensive line again here-but either way is good).

    a cb

    plus romeus for next year (awesome!)

    a center prospect

    not sure why a te, esp one who i read does not have great blocking or receiving skills? you're thinking?

    i think id rather see a flyer on a receiver, but hard to complain.
    i'm sure you have something in mind with the tight end.

    i'm curious what exactly your evaluation of heyward is?
    ditto for watt (but id understand if you didnt post the latter here, unless you have thick skin)

    id also love a hint as to the type of insider/ insider info you have if you can do so without stepping on any toes/crossing any boundaries/agreements?
     
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    oh sorry i forget to include what you think of jordonfor the pats and vs the other 2?

    thanks kyle!
     
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    kyle,
    want to say i enjoy reading your posts.
    thanks
     
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    in your mock, i would be very tempted to take austin there at 28 and get a tackle later.
     
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    Thanks for posting this, and for the time you put into it.  My beefs are on a few players you have going much lower than I'd guess:

    1) Nate Solder (too low).  He's a great prospect with huge potential--obviously Smith and Costanzo are more ready right now, but I don't see the 3rd best OT prospect falling that far.  If he's still on the board at 33 we better scoop him up.

    2) Akeem Ayers at 45 is too low I think.  Absolutely a first round talent, and he's a for-realz LB, not a projection.  He's got the production (68 tackles, 10 tackles for loss, four sacks, two interceptions and two forced fumbles last year), and I don't think smart teams (i.e. Steelers, Pats) are going to care about his straight line 40 yard dash speed.

    3) Danny Watkins at 60?  No ways!!  I mean, OMG it would be awesome for the Pats to get him there, but I don't buy it for a second.  Your reasoning on his age is off I think: he's older, but not football older.  The extra years on him mean a stronger, more mature person, without the wear and tear.  You're not drafting him for the next 20 years--your drafting him to a 4-6 year contract, and maybe an extension or two.  Whether he tops out at 34 or 36 years old isn't relevant to drafting him today.  This could easily be the next Volmer pick.  Have you watched him finish blocks off?  Dude plays angry--I say he goes between 33-45.

    4) Jabaal Sheard at 56??? <goggles /> Absolutely no way, no how.  This dude is a baller, basically the most productive player in the Big East, and top five production nationally.  I live in Pittsburgh so I got to see him more, but this guy is legit, passionate about football, played four years (played as a true freshman).  Maybe he goes bottom of the 1st or top of the 2d.
     
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    plus a rb (heard thomas has a fumble issue; confirm?) (i think it is an option to go offensive line again here-but either way is good).
     
    not sure why a te, esp one who i read does not have great blocking or receiving skills? you're thinking? i think id rather see a flyer on a receiver, but hard to complain. i'm sure you have something in mind with the tight end.

    i'm curious what exactly your evaluation of heyward is? ditto for watt (but id understand if you didnt post the latter here, unless you have thick skin)

    id also love a hint as to the type of insider/ insider info you have if you can do so without stepping on any toes/crossing any boundaries/agreements?
    Posted by brdbreu


    I've heard about Thomas's fumbling issues. He's a recent convert to the RB position, just two years of experience, after playing QB at the JUCO level. I think he has the best upside of the RBs in this draft, and a nice mix of skills, great playing speed, quickness, a playmaker, receiving out of the backfield, in the slot or even outside. BB will be able to do a lot with him, very versatile player with tremendous upside.

    I did a bit of a disservice to everyone by listing Charles Clay as a TE. He's a bit TE, a bit FB, and a bit RB. I see him as a younger, more talented version of Sammy Morris. He could take carries when the Pats need to kill the clock after a big lead or as a surprise from the FB position in short yardage situation. I don't think he can stretch the field as a receiver but he is a strong pass blocker and can be effective on short passes. Clay is a fairly strong inline blocker and can line up in that role, so slot, TE, FB, and RB. He'll contribute on special times. He's a potential late round contributor that can fill some specialized roles that the Pats haven't been using but could help bring the team to the next level.

    I see a lot of Richard Seymour in Cameron Heyward. He's extremely tough against the run. Teams with good offensive tackles had to double or triple team Heyward because he was so disrupted. Even then, he almost always either held his ground or set himself beyond the offensive line of scrimmage. Perhaps the most fun I had watching a matchup was Heyward vs. Carimi. Those two made for an amazing matchup. I'm not too concerned with his pass rushing. He wasn't particularly productive in terms of getting his own sacks this past season but often faced multiple players in order to stop him from getting to the QB. His teammates though won their resulting 1 on 1 matchups, providing the tremendous pressure for Ohio St. For the Pats, that would be a good thing. It isn't his job to get the QB. It's his job to tie up blockers so that others can win their 1 on 1 matchups to get the sack. If the Pats took Heyward at 17, I would be very happy.

    I'm not convinced that JJ Watt is a fit for the Pats. He is an excellent pass rusher, perhaps the best potential 3-4 end at getting to the QB. Watt though gets pushed around far too much in the running game. While against Ohio St, Carimi and Heyward were having their stalemate, Watt was getting pushed around as Ohio St ran right at him. He's going to get a lot better at setting the edge, playing the run. He's also a bit too small for my liking. He has about 25 pounds to go to get to the Pats ideal weight as opposed to 18 for Heyward. I'm convinced Heyward could handle adding that. He relies on his strength for his success. Watt relies on his speed and quickness. Adding that much may hamper his development. If the Pats did take him at 17, I wouldn't be unhappy with the selection. I would suspect that BB is a lot more comfortable with these projections than I am.

    Cameron Jordan is one I am convinced will not be able to play the 3-4 for the Pats. I don't think he has the frame to add the weight he needs. It is too bad because he does stand up the run well and is a solid pass rusher. But he probably could not get over 300 pounds, and if he plays under it, he will have durability issues much like we see with Mike Wright now or with Jarvis Green after playing it a year undersized. Jordan is better off as a LE in a 4-3 or in a 1 gap system where he won't have to face so many double teams.

    I don't have inside information, just my own scouting and understanding of the Pats. Both of which I'm very confident with.
     
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    In Response to Re: KC's 7 Round Mock Draft : I hear you but Kerrigan based on messurables and production is the better of the two.  Kerrigan had better times at the combine across the board and is more experienced.  Both are projections IMO Kerrigan is the safest risk pick.  Kerrigan Combine Invite:   Yes Height:   6037 Weight:   267 40 Yrd Dash:   4.67 20 Yrd Dash:   2.72 10 Yrd Dash:   1.61 225 Lb. Bench Reps:   31 Vertical Jump:   33 1/2 Broad Jump:   10'02" 20 Yrd Shuttle:   4.39 3-Cone Drill:   7.18 + 12 pounds, 4.72/4.82/4.89 40 range before Combine - C Stats Kerrigan http://sports.espn.go.com/ncf/player/profile?playerId=237333 Smith Combine Invite:   Yes Height:   6042 Weight:   263 40 Yrd Dash:   4.74 20 Yrd Dash:   2.70 10 Yrd Dash:   1.66 225 Lb. Bench Reps:   20 Vertical Jump:   34 Broad Jump:   09'10" 20 Yrd Shuttle:   4.50 3-Cone Drill:   7.19 4.60/4.69/4.79 40 range before Combine - C Stats Smith http://sports.espn.go.com/ncf/player/profile?playerId=381403
    Posted by Pats7393


    Kerrigan might be slightly safer, but I see both Aldon Smith and Ryan Kerrigan as safe players. I expect both to be pro bowl caliber talents.
     
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    Re: KC's 7 Round Mock Draft

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    in your mock, i would be very tempted to take austin there at 28 and get a tackle later.
    Posted by brdbreu

    I've just started my Austin scouting. I didn't really see him as a fit for the Pats until recently, but so far, I'm not particularly impressed with him. He got pushed around far too much for my liking.

    I'm glad you enjoy my posts. :)
     
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