Time to Post your 9 player Patriots Draft

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    1(A): Mark Ingram, RB, Alabama
    1(B): Traded for 2012 1st round pick & 2011 2nd Round pick
    2(A): Trade down for 2011 3rd round pick & 2012 6th & 7th round picks

    2(A): Brandon Harris, CB, Miami
    2(B): Kenrick Ellis, DT, Hampton
    2(C): Allen Bailey, DL, Miami
    3(A): Traded for 2012 2nd round pick
    3(B): James Carpenter, OT, Alabama
    3(C): Kendell Hunter, RB, OSU
    4(A): Greg Romeus, OLB, Pittsburgh
    5(A): Brandon Fusco, C/G, Slippery Rock
    6(A): David Carter, DT, UCLA
     
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    I'm going with this:9 Got ths from

    I Like these guys..got this from http://60maxpowero.com

    13. Aldon Smith, DE/OLB, Missouri, 6'4, 263
    Smith has not played many games (3rd year sophomore) and is still a work-in-process, but his skills are undeniable. He was a force on all of the field in college, but went through multiple injuries in 2010. With that and his size, this will be a concern in the pros. If you look at him on tape, he is clearly a top 10-15 talent. He's all over the field and we think he has the best moves of any pass-rusher coming out this year. He's the type of pass-rusher that could change the way the Patriots attack the quarterback. Played defensive end in college and would have to be converted to OLB in 4-3. Smith has come on our charts heavy, a top 15 player and the type of value Belichick likes.

    28. Muhammed Wilkerson, DT, Temple, 6'4, 325
    Strong all-around player. Ideal size for 3-4 DE. Solid worker who is very coachable. The question about him is whether his success was being bigger and stronger than the competition. Strong at point of attack and shows ability to penetrate. Should be a high second round choice, but because he occupies blockers, hecould slip into first round. Has all the physical attributes to play the 5 technique (DE in 3-4).

    36. Daniel Thomas - RB, Kansas State, 6'1 230 - We've ranked number one now and like him a little more than Leshoure for upside head to head. Leshoure will gone anyways, Thomas is the wildcard who is built to drive, and his running style is a north-south style with hard cuts. His size is impressive, as he can get up to the second level and deliver hits and then accelerate. We saw alot of ankle tackles on him indicating how elusive he can be. Plays faster than combine time. Shows he can catch a flare and turn up field. However, he needs to get his pad level lower, as he can be knocked off balance during his cuts. We like this kid alot, and he would be a good fit with the Patriots. We like him more than Leshoure. Don't be surprised if his name is called.

    46. Martez Wilson - OLB, Illinois, 6'4, 250  - Here is our upset special. Wilson is a fast, long linebacker who played inside, but physical attributes projects outside. His closing speed would allow him to track ball carriers even with elite speed. Not a read and react type linebacker and would have to learn that style of defense. However, what makes him a intriguing is his ability to run on deep patterns and deep drops into zones. Also, his wing span enables him to cover alot of space. Since he was an ILB, he has played in close quarters and would have some flexibility in sub packages. A quick key and diagnose player, he shoots gaps and tracks targets relentlessly. Wilson is a good wrap up and bring down tackler. We like Wilson but he's a work in progress with a ton of upside.

    74. Rodney Hudson, OG, Florida State, 6'2, 299
    Four year starter and four year All-ACC for Seminoles. Highly intelligent player with great technique and footwork. Hudson is smaller and lighter than most NFL guards and this could affect his draft status. But his size is the probably the only negative about this player. Very coachable player who will make some team very happy in round 2. Voted best lineman in the ACC for the last 2 years. Probably will have to move up to at least 50 to get him.

    92. Orlando Franklin, OT Miami (FL) 6'6 315
    More of a system blocker than a dominating presence, which is why he could be a good fit for the Patriots. Not overly impressive, but gets the job done and coordinates well with his teammates' strengths. His best games are often against elite competition which will could bode well for him during the draft. Lacks elite hand and feet work.

    125. Robert Sands - S, West Virginia, 6'4 217 - We love this kid's size at 6-4 and he plays like a linebacker, which is his downfall. If he develops his skills into a Steve Atwater drill you type Safety, he would be a true find. However, he struggles in space and shows high hips. He projects more of a third safety in a big nickel type role. But if he can improve his play in space, watch out, this kid can hit.

    159. Ryan Bartholomew  C, Syracuse, 6'1 302 - After Stephan Wisniewski, Bartholomew has the tools for an all pro center. A physically strong kid who combines speed and great footwork, he played well at the senior bowl and a strong combine only moved him up our board. He has the ability to shift quickly, sharply and laterally, which will work at the next level in switching protections. He was a captain and you know Belichick likes leaders. He's a 60 Max sleeper - you know we love these guys.

    193. Aldrick Robinson WR, SMU, 5'9, 185 was the team's top receiving target. Wrapped up his college career with 65 catches, finished in the top 10 in the NCAA in receiving yards (1,301) and touchdowns (14). Robinson has excellent speed (4.45) and has the playmaking abilty to make an impact in the NFL. He has great hands and very good open field running - he's a find. The knock on this kid is his size, 5'9, 185, and whether he can compete at the next level. Coming out of a run and shoot offense, he'll have to prove that. We love this guy and what he can do, a late round choice is worth it.

    207. Greg Romeus Pittsburg DT, 6'5, 264 Part of a line that was one of the top units in the NCAA. He's our number one sleeper, but he's a risk - damaged goods. A bad back and a torn ACL are red flags him big time. It speaks volumes that the Patriots would use a visit on him. He's a prototype late round Patriots choice, in expecting Belichick to aquire a 7th round pick, Romeus would be a good bet if he's not taken already. A 1st round talent, Romeus has OLB written all over him. Tall and long, he has the wingspan to cover a lot of space, but stout enough to play the power game. If you compare him in 2009 to any of the top DL coming out in this draft, he's just as good. He can power through a Tackle, extending his long arms or cut across and close. He's a relentless tracker who operates good in the open field.

    207. Greg Romeus Pittsburg DT, 6'5, 264 Part of a line that was one of the top units in the NCAA. He's our number one sleeper, but he's a risk - damaged goods. A bad back and a torn ACL are red flags him big time. It speaks volumes that the Patriots would use a visit on him. He's a prototype late round Patriots choice, in expecting Belichick to aquire a 7th round pick, Romeus would be a good bet if he's not taken already. A 1st round talent, Romeus has OLB written all over him. Tall and long, he has the wingspan to cover a lot of space, but stout enough to play the power game. If you compare him in 2009 to any of the top DL coming out in this draft, he's just as good. He can power through a Tackle, extending his long arms or cut across and close. He's a relentless tracker who operates good in the open field.

     
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    [QUOTE]1st Round – #17 traded to Tampa Bay for #20 and #116(4), #148(5), #212(7) 1 st round #20 Anthony Constonzo OT (Boston College) or carami OT (Wisconsin) 1st Round – #28 traded for the chargers #50 and 61 2nd Round – #33 traded to arizona for #38, 69, 136 2 nd round -#38 Brooks Reed OLB (Arizona) 6-3 255 or Martez Wilson, ILB/OLB, Illinois 6’4” 250 2 nd round - #50 (chargers) MIkel Leshoure RB (Illinois) 6’1” 230 or Ryan Williams RB (VT) 2nd Round – #60 Ben Ijalana OG/OT (Villanova) 6’4” 320 or Clint Boling OG (Georgia) 6’5” 305 2 nd round - #61(chargers) traded for 2012 1 st round pick (to a team that could be in the range of Luck) 3 rd round -#69 (Arizona) Kendrick Ellis DT (Hampton) 6’5” 346 3rd Round – #74 John Moffitt, OG/C, Wisconsin 6’5” 323   3rd Round – #92 Mark Herzlich OLB (Boston College) 6’4” 238Posted by natesubs[/QUOTE]

    I like the top end of the draft, but no sign of DE unless Ellis can move from DT to DE in the pats scheme. With Warren, Stroud being older and injury prone and Wright, Brace etc also having issues I think we need a starting DE from this draft even if the rook doesn't start this season.
     
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    10) Picks 17/92 to Washington - Robert Quinn -NC
    28) Traded to Tenn for 2012 1st & 2011 3rd #77
    33) Traded to Minn for 2012 1st/6th & swap of 2011 2nds #43 for #60
    43) Jabaal Sheard - Pitt
    74) Clint Boling - Georgia
    77) Delone Carter - Syracuse
    125) Ricky Stanzi - Iowa
    159) Mark Herlzich - BC
    193) Marcus Gilbert - Florida

    2012 - 3 - 1st round picks

    Will never happen but it is fun to dream.
     
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    1st rnd
    1a J.J. Watt DE
    - Day one starter, strong work ethic helps him learn his role.
    1b Derek Sherrod OT- Smart football player, experienced LT (50 starts).  Can stay at LT or move to RT.
    2nd rnd
    2a Jabaal Sheard OLB -
    How many snaps he plays depends on how quickly he can learn coverage.  As a rusher he can use speed or bull rush.  He's excellent against the run, IMO better against the run that Houston and Reed.  An assult charge needs to be address but he also earned a hero award by going into a burning building to safe an old lady.
    2b James Carpenter OT/OG- Pro style similar O Pats run, can provide depth at RT, and could start at either OG spots.
    3rd rnd
    3a Alex Green RB
    - Comes out a heavy passing team, big back 6'0" 225 with sub 4.5 speed.  Good blocker, can catch the ball in the flats.  At times runs to upright but is not a dancer at the LOS. 
    3b John Moffit OG/C- Depth at OG, future C once Koppen moves on
    4th rnd
    1a Rob Housler WR (listed TE)
    - 6'5" 248" 4.46 40, 22 reps at 225. Very good route runner, finds holes in the D.  Good speed and size to stretch the field.  Can see him with limited packages first year but develops into a #2 or #1 receiver.
    5th rnd
    5a David Carter DE
    - Not too much talked about, late round prospect with the size to develop into a 5 technic.  6'5" 293lbs, 1.73 10 yard split, 4.6 shuttle.  Put up 25 reps at 225, should get stronger.  He could turn out to be a serviceble backup or develop into Warre's replacement.
    6th rnd
    6a Mark LeGree FS - One of my favorite small school guys, you want small school guys to dominate those less talented divisions.  LeGree finished with 22 career Ints.  Made all pre snap reads and coordinated secondary.  Willing run support, maybe spends a season on the PS or STs while develops.

    UDFAs:
    Justin Rogers CBhe probably gets taken in the 7th, hope by Pats if they gain a 7th.  Shutdown CB for Richmond, excellent cover skills.  Reads and reacts to the play, can play inside or outside.

    Gabe Miller OLB Oregon State former TE, moved to DE in 2009.  6'3" 250lbs 4.63 40, Miller has the tools to develop into an OLB but he's raw.  Would need a year or two to get into the depth chart.  Could make an immediate impact in special teams.  Size and speed to be on both punt and kick teams.

    Mike Person OGMontana State RT, did not allow a sack in 2010.  Doesn't have the footwork to stay at RT but can play OG.  Strong run blocker and good in pass protection if moved inside containing in less space than at tackle.

    Ryan Taylor C strong run blocker, needs to develop into a complete center.

    Jalil Carter WR/CB/KR/PR Akron 6'1" 197lbs 4.38 40 reportedly.  Started for two years at both WR and CB.  Speed guy raw route runner, small small school prospect.  Bring in and take a shot.

    Mario Fannin RB this guy has been a disapointment at Auburn.  Never lived up to his size speed combo.  He will never be a 3 down back but was serviceble as part of a rotation which is not a bad thing for NE.  Tough big runner with break away speed, also has an above average blocker.  At 5'10" 230lbs sur 4.4 40, lost starting job mainly because he puts the ball on the ground big no no.  As a full back he was very good blocking.
     
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    OK, I've read all 5800+ posts on the other thread so here goes
    -  Trade 17 & 92 for 10, pick Jones or Amukamara (big drop off in talent at WR and CB after these two)
    -  28 Trade for 40 and 2012 1st
    -  33 - Watkins
    -  40 - Sheard
    -  60 - Carpenter
    -  3A - Murray
    -  3B - Stanzi
        4-   Romeus
        5    Sands
        6    Herlzich
     
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    17 - JJ Watt DE
    28 - Derrick Sherod OT
    33 - Brooks Reed DE/OLB
    60 - Leonard Hankerson WR
    74 - Daniel Thomas RB
    92 - Ras-I Dowing CB
    125 - Greg Romeus DE/OLB
    159 - Greg McElroy QB
    193 - Best available
     
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    No trades .... which makes my picks unrealistic.

    17 - Cam Jordan DE
    28 - Gabe Carimi OT
    33 - Akeem Ayers OLB (or Jabby Sheard)
    60 - Clint Boling OG (or Will Rackley)
    74 - DeMarco Murray RB
    92 - Greg Little  WR
    125 - Quinton Carter S
    159 - Dalone Carter RB
    193 - Steven Friday DE/OLB
     
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    Here is a good one I found at www.60maxpowero.com

    The Patriots get 13th and the 207th ( Round 7 )

    Detriot gets the 17th and the 74th ( Round 3 )

    And they pick:

    13 -
    Aldon Smith, DE/OLB, Missouri, 6'4, 263
    Smith has not played many games (3rd year sophmore) and is still a work-in-process, but his skills are undeniable. He was a force all the field in college, and went through multiple injuries in 2010 and with that and his size this will be a concern in the pros.
    If you look at him on tape he is clearly a top 10-15 talent. He is all over the field and I think he has the best moves of any pass-rusher coming out this year. He is the type of pass-rusher that could change the way the Patriots attack the quarterback. Played defensive end in college and would have to be converted to OLB in 4-3. Smith has come on our charts heavy, he's a top 15 player and the type of value Belichick likes.

    www.youtube.com/watch?v=BBee49viSK8">http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BBee49viSK8

    28 - Muhammed Wilkerson, DT, Temple, 6'4, 325
    Strong all-around player. Ideal size for 3-4 DE. Solid worker who is very coachable. The question about him is whether he success was being bigger and stronger than competition. Strong at point of attach and shows ability to penetrate. Should be a high second round choice, but becaue he occupies blockers could slip into first round. Has all the physical attributes to play the 5 technique (DE in 3-4).

    www.youtube.com/watch?v=3Q8TQg6uoSg">http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3Q8TQg6uoSg

    36 -Belichick will cash this chip, Denver calls....

    The Patriots trade back from 33 to 36 and get the 46th pick

    Denver gets the 33rd and 60th pick.. And they select:

    36 -
    Daniel Thomas - RB, Kansas State, 6'1 230 - He's ranked numer one now, we like him a little more than Leshoure for upside head to head. Leshoure will gone anyways, Thomas is the wildcard who is built to drive, and his running style is a north-south style with hard cuts. His size is impressive, as he can get up to the second level and deliver hits and then accelerate. We saw alot of ankle tackles on him indicating how elusive he can be. Plays faster than combine time. and Thomas shows he can catch a flare and turn up field, but he's a workhorse. However, he needs to get his pad level lower, as he can be knocked off balance during his cuts. We like this kid alot, and he would be a good fit with the Patriots. We like him more than Leshoure, don't be surprised if his name is called.

    www.youtube.com/watch?v=nBld17O-d8E">http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nBld17O-d8E

    46 - Martez Wilson - OLB, Illinois, 6'4, 250 - Here is our upset special, Wilson is a fast long linebacker who played inside, but physical attributes projects outside. His closing speed would allow him to track ball carriers even with elite speed. Not a read and react type linebacker and would have to learn that style of defense. However, what makes him a intriguing is his ability to run on deep patterns and deep drops into zones. Also, his wing span enables him to cover alot of space. Since he was an ILB, he has played in close quarters and would have some flexibility in sub packages. A quick key and diagnose player, he shoots gaps and tracks targets relentlessly. Wilson is a good wrap up and bring down tackler. We like Wilson but he's a work in progress with a ton of upside.

    www.youtube.com/watch?v=SHEqRiHAIV0">http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SHEqRiHAIV0

    74 - Rodney Hudson, OG, Florida State, 6'2, 299
    Four year starter and four year All-ACC for Seninoles. Highly intelligent player with great technique and footwork. Hudson is smaller and lighter than most NFL guards and this could affect his draft status. But his size is the probably the only negative about this player. Very coachable player who will make some team very happy in round 2. Voted best lineman in the ACC for the last 2 years. Probably will have to move up to at least 50 to get him.

    www.youtube.com/watch?v=HOIZbQKOQL8">http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HOIZbQKOQL8

    92 - Orlando Franklin, OT Miami (FL) 6'6 315
    More of a system blocker than a dominating presence, which is why he could be a good fit for the Patriots. Not overly impressive but gets the job done and coordinates well with his teammates strengths. His best games are often against elite competition which will could bode well for him during the draft. Lacks elite hand and feet work.

    Run Block - www.youtube.com/watch?v=QLXxk9cUtqA&playnext=1&list=PL501CE68CDA050A64">http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QLXxk9cUtqA&playnext=1&list=PL501CE68CDA050A64

    Pass Block - www.youtube.com/watch?v=vGBqXXsMAsE&playnext=1&list=PL501CE68CDA050A64">http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vGBqXXsMAsE&playnext=1&list=PL501CE68CDA050A64

    125 - Robert Sands - S, West Virginia,6'4 217 - We love this kid's size at 6-4 and he plays like a linebacker, which is his downfall. If he develops his skills into a Steve Atwater drill you type Safety, he would be a true find. However, he struggles in space and shows high hips. He projects more of a third safety in a big nickel type role. But if he can improve his play in space, watch out, this kid can hit.

    www.youtube.com/watch?v=gnp5AaKvm_Q">http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gnp5AaKvm_Q

    159 - Ryan Bartholomew C, Syracuse, 6'1 302 - After Stephan Wisniewski, Bartholomew has the tools for an all pro center. A physically strong kid who combines speed and great footwork, he played well at the senior bowl and a strong combine only moved him up our board. He has the ability to shift quickly, sharply and laterally, which will work at the next level in switching protections. He was a captain and you know Belichick likes leaders. He's a 60 Max sleeper - you know we love these guys.

    www.youtube.com/watch?v=MXYXTc51Zpc">http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MXYXTc51Zpc

    193 - Aldrick Robinson WR SMU,5'9, 185 was the team's top receiving target and finished his college career catching 65 passes and finishing in the top 10 in the NCAA in receiving yards (1,301) and touchdowns (14). Robinson has excellent speed (4.45) and has the play making abilty to make an impact in the NFL. He has great hands and very good open field running, he's a find. The knock on this kid is his size 5'9, 185, and can he compete at the next level. Coming out of a run and shoot offense he'll have to prove that. We love this guy and what he can do, a late round choice is worth it.

    www.youtube.com/watch?v=I-h7_TOY9og">http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I-h7_TOY9og

    207 - Greg Romeus Pittsburg DE, 6'5, 264 Part of a line that was one of the top units in the NCAA. He's our number one sleeper but he's a risk, he damaged goods. A bad back and a torn ACL red flags him big time. It speaks volumes that the Patriots would use a visit on him. He's a prototype late round Patriots choice, in expecting Belichick to aquire a 7th round pick Romeus would be a good bet if he's not taken already. A 1st round talent, Romeus has OLB written all over him. Tall and long he has the wingspan to cover a lot of space, but stout enough to play the power game. If you compare him in 2009 to any of the top DL coming out in this draft, he's just as good. He can power through a Tackle, extending his long arms or cut across and close. he's a relentless tracker who operates good in the open field.

    www.youtube.com/watch?v=LtR-GHikncs">http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LtR-GHikncs

    The Patriots get 13th and the 207th ( Round 7 )

    Detriot gets the 17th and the 74th ( Round 3 )

    And they pick:

    13 -
    Aldon Smith, DE/OLB, Missouri, 6'4, 263
    Smith has not played many games (3rd year sophmore) and is still a work-in-process, but his skills are undeniable. He was a force all the field in college, and went through multiple injuries in 2010 and with that and his size this will be a concern in the pros.
    If you look at him on tape he is clearly a top 10-15 talent. He is all over the field and I think he has the best moves of any pass-rusher coming out this year. He is the type of pass-rusher that could change the way the Patriots attack the quarterback. Played defensive end in college and would have to be converted to OLB in 4-3. Smith has come on our charts heavy, he's a top 15 player and the type of value Belichick likes.

    www.youtube.com/watch?v=BBee49viSK8">http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BBee49viSK8

    28 - Muhammed Wilkerson, DT, Temple, 6'4, 325
    Strong all-around player. Ideal size for 3-4 DE. Solid worker who is very coachable. The question about him is whether he success was being bigger and stronger than competition. Strong at point of attach and shows ability to penetrate. Should be a high second round choice, but becaue he occupies blockers could slip into first round. Has all the physical attributes to play the 5 technique (DE in 3-4).

    www.youtube.com/watch?v=3Q8TQg6uoSg">http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3Q8TQg6uoSg

    36 -Belichick will cash this chip, Denver calls....

    The Patriots trade back from 33 to 36 and get the 46th pick

    Denver gets the 33rd and 60th pick.. And they select:

    36 -
    Daniel Thomas - RB, Kansas State, 6'1 230 - He's ranked numer one now, we like him a little more than Leshoure for upside head to head. Leshoure will gone anyways, Thomas is the wildcard who is built to drive, and his running style is a north-south style with hard cuts. His size is impressive, as he can get up to the second level and deliver hits and then accelerate. We saw alot of ankle tackles on him indicating how elusive he can be. Plays faster than combine time. and Thomas shows he can catch a flare and turn up field, but he's a workhorse. However, he needs to get his pad level lower, as he can be knocked off balance during his cuts. We like this kid alot, and he would be a good fit with the Patriots. We like him more than Leshoure, don't be surprised if his name is called.

    www.youtube.com/watch?v=nBld17O-d8E">http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nBld17O-d8E

    46 - Martez Wilson - OLB, Illinois, 6'4, 250 - Here is our upset special, Wilson is a fast long linebacker who played inside, but physical attributes projects outside. His closing speed would allow him to track ball carriers even with elite speed. Not a read and react type linebacker and would have to learn that style of defense. However, what makes him a intriguing is his ability to run on deep patterns and deep drops into zones. Also, his wing span enables him to cover alot of space. Since he was an ILB, he has played in close quarters and would have some flexibility in sub packages. A quick key and diagnose player, he shoots gaps and tracks targets relentlessly. Wilson is a good wrap up and bring down tackler. We like Wilson but he's a work in progress with a ton of upside.

    www.youtube.com/watch?v=SHEqRiHAIV0">http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SHEqRiHAIV0

    74 - Rodney Hudson, OG, Florida State, 6'2, 299
    Four year starter and four year All-ACC for Seninoles. Highly intelligent player with great technique and footwork. Hudson is smaller and lighter than most NFL guards and this could affect his draft status. But his size is the probably the only negative about this player. Very coachable player who will make some team very happy in round 2. Voted best lineman in the ACC for the last 2 years. Probably will have to move up to at least 50 to get him.

    www.youtube.com/watch?v=HOIZbQKOQL8">http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HOIZbQKOQL8

    92 - Orlando Franklin, OT Miami (FL) 6'6 315
    More of a system blocker than a dominating presence, which is why he could be a good fit for the Patriots. Not overly impressive but gets the job done and coordinates well with his teammates strengths. His best games are often against elite competition which will could bode well for him during the draft. Lacks elite hand and feet work.

    Run Block - www.youtube.com/watch?v=QLXxk9cUtqA&playnext=1&list=PL501CE68CDA050A64">http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QLXxk9cUtqA&playnext=1&list=PL501CE68CDA050A64

    Pass Block - www.youtube.com/watch?v=vGBqXXsMAsE&playnext=1&list=PL501CE68CDA050A64">http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vGBqXXsMAsE&playnext=1&list=PL501CE68CDA050A64

    125 - Robert Sands - S, West Virginia,6'4 217 - We love this kid's size at 6-4 and he plays like a linebacker, which is his downfall. If he develops his skills into a Steve Atwater drill you type Safety, he would be a true find. However, he struggles in space and shows high hips. He projects more of a third safety in a big nickel type role. But if he can improve his play in space, watch out, this kid can hit.

    www.youtube.com/watch?v=gnp5AaKvm_Q">http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gnp5AaKvm_Q

    159 - Ryan Bartholomew C, Syracuse, 6'1 302 - After Stephan Wisniewski, Bartholomew has the tools for an all pro center. A physically strong kid who combines speed and great footwork, he played well at the senior bowl and a strong combine only moved him up our board. He has the ability to shift quickly, sharply and laterally, which will work at the next level in switching protections. He was a captain and you know Belichick likes leaders. He's a 60 Max sleeper - you know we love these guys.

    www.youtube.com/watch?v=MXYXTc51Zpc">http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MXYXTc51Zpc

    193 - Aldrick Robinson WR SMU,5'9, 185 was the team's top receiving target and finished his college career catching 65 passes and finishing in the top 10 in the NCAA in receiving yards (1,301) and touchdowns (14). Robinson has excellent speed (4.45) and has the play making abilty to make an impact in the NFL. He has great hands and very good open field running, he's a find. The knock on this kid is his size 5'9, 185, and can he compete at the next level. Coming out of a run and shoot offense he'll have to prove that. We love this guy and what he can do, a late round choice is worth it.

    www.youtube.com/watch?v=I-h7_TOY9og">http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I-h7_TOY9og

    207 - Greg Romeus Pittsburg DE, 6'5, 264 Part of a line that was one of the top units in the NCAA. He's our number one sleeper but he's a risk, he damaged goods. A bad back and a torn ACL red flags him big time. It speaks volumes that the Patriots would use a visit on him. He's a prototype late round Patriots choice, in expecting Belichick to aquire a 7th round pick Romeus would be a good bet if he's not taken already. A 1st round talent, Romeus has OLB written all over him. Tall and long he has the wingspan to cover a lot of space, but stout enough to play the power game. If you compare him in 2009 to any of the top DL coming out in this draft, he's just as good. He can power through a Tackle, extending his long arms or cut across and close. he's a relentless tracker who operates good in the open field.

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    Re: Time to Post your 9 player Patriots Draft

    dna53,
    Love your mock man. All except Aldrick Robinson. Can we possibly get a guy over 5'9"? What about Terrence Toliver this late. What do you think of him and can he be had at 193?
     
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    In Response to Re: Time to Post your 9 player Patriots Draft:
    [QUOTE]Here is a good one I found at www.60maxpowero.com The Patriots get 13th and the 207th ( Round 7 ) Detriot gets the 17th and the 74th ( Round 3 ) And they pick:13 - Aldon Smith , DE/OLB, Missouri, 6'4, 263 Smith has not played many games (3rd year sophmore) and is still a work-in-process, but his skills are undeniable. He was a force all the field in college, and went through multiple injuries in 2010 and with that and his size this will be a concern in the pros. If you look at him on tape he is clearly a top 10-15 talent. He is all over the field and I think he has the best moves of any pass-rusher coming out this year. He is the type of pass-rusher that could change the way the Patriots attack the quarterback. Played defensive end in college and would have to be yada......yada....yada..............[/QUOTE]

    These picks are something I'd personally be thrilled with. I went through them all and every one of these players has BB/NE on them. Perfect picks, all of them. 

     
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    Re: Time to Post your 9 player Patriots Draft

    Last chance......ANyone not post theres yet.....Will have a good time monday reviewing these....
     
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    Re: Time to Post your 9 player Patriots Draft

    we must be terrible GM's.....M Cannon and S vereen were the only players drafted by the Pats..
     

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