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PostPosted: Mon Mar 18, 2013 12:17 am    Post subject: 2013 NFL Mock Draft: 4 Rounds After Free Agency Has Settled Reply with quote

Round 1
1. Kansas City Chiefs: OT Luke Joeckel (Texas A&M) JR, 6'6", 306 Pounds
2. Jacksonville Jaguars: QB Geno Smith (West Virginia) SR, 6'2-3/8", 218 Pounds
3. Oakland Raiders: DL Sharrif Floyd (Florida) JR, 6'2-5/8", 297 Pounds
4. Philadelphia Eagles: OLB Dion Jordan (Oregon) SR, 6'6-1/4", 248 Pounds
5. Detroit Lions: DE Ezekial Ansah (BYU) SR, 6'5-1/4", 271 Pounds
6. Cleveland Browns: QB Tyler Wilson (Arkansas) SR, 6'2-1/8", 215 Pounds
7. Arizona Cardinals: OT Eric Fisher (Central Michigan) SR, 6'7-1/4", 306 Pounds
8. Buffalo Bills: DE/OLB Barkevious Mingo (Louisiana State) JR, 6'4-1/4", 241 Pounds
9. New York Jets: OLB Jarvis Jones (Georgia) JR, 6'2", 245 Pounds
10. Tennessee Titans: OG Chance Warmack (Alabama) SR, 6'2", 317 Pounds
11. San Diego Chargers: OT Lane Johnson (Oklahoma) SR, 6'6", 303 Pounds
12. Miami Dolphins: CB Dee Milliner (Alabama) JR, 5'11-7/8", 201 Pounds
13. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: CB Xavier Rhodes (Florida State) JR, 6'1-1/2", 210 Pounds
14. Carolina Panthers: DT Sheldon Richardson (Missouri) JR, 6'2-1/2", 294 Pounds
15. New Orleans Saints: NT Star Lotulelei (Utah) SR, 6'2", 311 Pounds
16. St. Louis Rams: WR Tavon Austin (West Virginia) SR, 5'8-1/2", 174 Pounds
17. Pittsburgh Steelers: OLB Bjoern Werner (Florida State) JR, 6'3-1/4", 266 Pounds
18. Dallas Cowboys: OG Jonathan Cooper (North Carolina) SR, 6'2-1/8", 311 Pounds
19. New York Giants: DE Cornellius Carradine (Florida State) SR, 6'4", 276 Pounds
20. Chicago Bears: OL D.J. Fluker (Alabama) JR, 6'4-5/8", 339 Pounds
21. Cincinnati Bengals: S Kenny Vaccaro (Texas) SR, 6'0", 214 Pounds
22. St. Louis Rams (from WAS): OT Menelik Watson (Florida State) JR, 6'5-1/8", 310 Pounds
23. Minnesota Vikings: WR Cordarrelle Patterson (Tennessee) JR, 6'1-7/8", 216 Pounds
24. Indianapolis Colts: DT John Jenkins (Georgia) SR, 6'4", 346 Pounds
25. Minnesota Vikings: (from SEA) DT Jesse Williams (Alabama) SR, 6'3", 323 Pounds
26. Green Bay Packers: CB Desmond Trufant (Washington) SR, 5'11-5/8", 190 Pounds
27. Houston Texans: WR Keenan Allen (California) JR, 6'2-1/8", 206 Pounds
28. Denver Broncos: DE Datone Jones (UCLA) SR, 6'3-7/8", 283 Pounds
29. New England Patriots: WR DeAndre Hopkins (Clemson) JR, 6'1", 214 Pounds
30. Atlanta Falcons: ILB Arthur Brown (Kansas State) SR, 6'0", 241 Pounds
31. San Francisco 49ers: S D.J. Swearinger (South Carolina) SR, 5'10-1/2", 208 Pounds
32. Baltimore Ravens: LB Sio Moore (Connecticut) SR, 6'0-3/4", 245 Pounds

Round 2
1. Jacksonville Jaguars: DE Alex Okafor (Texas) SR, 6'4", 264 Pounds
2. San Francisco 49ers (From KC): CB Johnthan Banks (Mississippi State) SR, 6'2", 185 Pounds
3. Philadelphia Eagles: QB E.J. Manuel (Florida State) SR, 6'4-5/8", 237 Pounds
4. Detroit Lions: DE DaMontre Moore (Texas A&M) JR, 6'4-1/2", 250 Pounds
5. Cincinnati Bengals (from OAK): RB Eddie Lacy (Alabama) JR, 5'11", 231 Pounds
6. Arizona Cardinals: QB Matt Barkley (Southern Cal) SR, 6'2-1/2", 227 Pounds
7. New York Jets: S Matt Elam (Florida) JR, 5'9-7/8", 208 Pounds
8. Tennessee Titans: DE Margus Hunt (Southern Methodist) SR, 6'8-1/8", 277 Pounds
9. Buffalo Bills: QB Mike Glennon (North Carolina State) SR, 6'7-1/8", 225 Pounds
10. Miami Dolphins: TE Tyler Eifert (Notre Dame) JR, 6'5-1/2", 250 Pounds
11. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: DL Bennie Logan (Louisiana State) JR, 6'2", 309 Pounds
12. Carolina Panthers: CB Jamar Taylor (Boise State) SR, 5'10-5/8", 192 Pounds
13. San Diego Chargers: WR Justin Hunter (Tennessee) JR, 6'3-5/8", 196 Pounds
14. St. Louis Rams: OLB Khaseem Greene (Rutgers) SR, 6'0-3/4", 241 Pounds
15. Dallas Cowboys: OLB Jamie Collins (Southern Mississippi) SR, 6'3-1/2", 250 Pounds
16. Pittsburgh Steelers: WR Stedman Bailey (West Virginia) JR, 5'10-1/4", 193 Pounds
17. New York Giants: OG Larry Warford (Kentucky) SR, 6'3", 332 Pounds
18. Chicago Bears: ILB Alec Ogletree (Georgia) JR, 6'2-1/2", 242 Pounds
19. Washington Redskins: S Jonathan Cyprien (Florida International) SR, 6'0", 217 Pounds
20. Minnesota Vikings: ILB Kevin Minter (Louisiana State) JR, 5'11-3/4", 246 Pounds
21. Cincinnati Bengals: ILB Manti Te'o (Notre Dame) SR, 6'1-1/4", 241 Pounds
22. Miami Dolphins (from IND): DE Brandon Jenkins (Florida State) SR, 6'2-1/2", 251 Pounds
23. Green Bay Packers: RB Giovani Bernard (North Carolina) SO, 5'8-3/8", 202 Pounds
24. Seattle Seahawks: DT Kawann Short (Purdue) SR, 6'3", 299 Pounds
25. Houston Texans: NT Johnathan Hankins (Ohio State) JR, 6'2-7/8", 320 Pounds
26. Denver Broncos: ILB Nico Johnson (Alabama) SR, 6'2", 248 Pounds
27. New England Patriots: OT Justin Pugh (Syracuse) SR, 6'4-1/2", 307 Pounds
28. Atlanta Falcons: CB David Amerson (North Carolina State) JR, 6'1", 205 Pounds
29. San Francisco 49ers: OLB Chase Thomas (Stanford) SR, 6'3", 244 Pounds
30. Baltimore Ravens WR: Terrance Williams (Baylor) SR, 6'2", 208 Pounds

Round 3
1. Kansas City Chiefs: DL Sylvester Williams (North Carolina) SR, 6'2-5/8", 313 Pounds
2. Jacksonville Jaguars: OG Travis Frederick (Wisconsin) JR, 6'3-5/8", 312 Pounds
3. Detroit Lions: OT Kyle Long (Oregon) SR, 6'6-1/8", 313 Pounds
4. Oakland Raiders: CB Robert Alford (Southeastern Louisiana) SR, 5'10-1/8", 188 Pounds
5. Philadelphia Eagles: CB Dwayne Gratz (Connecticut) SR, 5'11-1/8", 201 Pounds
6. Cleveland Browns: TE Zach Ertz (Stanford) JR, 6'5", 249 Pounds
7. Arizona Cardinals: S T.J. McDonald (Southern Cal) SR, 6'2-1/2", 219 Pounds
8. Tennessee Titans: TE Travis Kelce (Cincinnati) SR, 6'4-7/8", 255 Pounds
9. Buffalo Bills: WR Robert Woods (Southern Cal) JR, 6'0-3/8", 201 Pounds
10. New York Jets: RB Joseph Randle (Oklahoma State) SR, 6'0", 204 Pounds
11. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: DE Sam Montgomery (Louisiana State) JR, 6'3-1/4", 262 Pounds
12. San Francisco 49ers (from CAR): NT Brandon Williams (Missouri Southern) SR, 6'1-1/4", 335 Pounds
13. New Orleans Saints: OLB Corey Lemonier (Auburn) JR, 6'3-3/8", 255 Pounds
14. San Diego Chargers: CB Darius Slay (Mississippi State) SR, 5'11-7/8", 192 Pounds
15. Miami Dolphins: OT Dallas Thomas (Tennessee) SR, 6'5", 302 Pounds
16. St. Louis Rams: S Bacarri Rambo (Georgia) SR, 6'0", 211 Pounds
17. Pittsburgh Steelers: S Shawn Williams (Georgia) SR, 5'11-7/8", 213 Pounds
18. Dallas Cowboys: S Phillip Thomas (Fresno State) SR, 6'0-1/2", 208 Pounds
19. New York Giants: OLB Sean Porter (Texas A&M) SR, 6'1-1/4", 229 Pounds
20. Miami Dolphins (from CHI): CB Jordan Poyer (Oregon State) SR, 5'11-7/8", 191 Pounds
21. Minnesota Vikings: CB Logan Ryan (Rutgers) JR, 5'11-1/8", 191 Pounds
22. Cincinnati Bengals: OLB Zaviar Gooden (Missouri) SR, 6'1-1/2", 234 Pounds
23. Washington Redskins: ILB A.J. Klein (Iowa State) SR, 6'1-1/4", 250 Pounds
24. Indianapolis Colts: OG Alvin Bailey (Arkansas) JR, 6'3-1/8", 312 Pounds
25. Seattle Seahawks: OG Brian Schwenke (California) SR, 6'3", 314 Pounds
26. Green Bay Packers: OLB Quanterus Smith (Western Kentucky) SR, 6'5", 250 Pounds
27. Houston Texans: OLB Michael Buchanan (Illinois) SR, 6'5-3/8", 255 Pounds
28. Denver Broncos: DT Jordan Hill (Penn State) SR, 6'1-1/4", 303 Pounds
29. New England Patriots: WR Markus Wheaton (Oregon State) SR, 5'11", 189 Pounds
30. Atlanta Falcons: DE Malliciah Goodman (Clemson) SR, 6'3-5/8", 276 Pounds
31. San Francisco: 49ers DE William Gholston (Michigan State) JR, 6'6-1/4", 281 Pounds
32. Baltimore Ravens: OT Terron Armstead (Arkansas-Pine Bluff) SR, 6'4-3/8", 306 Pounds
33. Houston Texans: OT Ricky Wagner (Wisconsin) SR, 6'5-7/8", 308 Pounds
34. Kansas City Chiefs: WR Da'Rick Rodgers (Tennessee Tech) JR, 6'2-1/2", 217 Pounds
35. Tennessee Titans: ILB Jonathan Bostic (Florida) SR, 6'0-7/8", 245 Pounds

Round 4
1. Jacksonville Jaguars: C Barrett Jones (Alabama) SR, 6'4-1/4", 306 Pounds
2. Kansas City Chiefs: ILB Kevin Reddick (North Carolina) SR, 6'1-3/8", 243 Pounds
3. Oakland Raiders: OLB Jelani Jenkins (Florida) JR, 6'0", 243 Pounds
4. Philadelphia Eagles: DT Kwame Geathers (Georgia) JR, 6'5-3/8", 342 Pounds
5. Minnesota Vikings (from DET): OG Travis Bond (North Carolina) SR, 6'5-7/8", 329 Pounds
6. Arizona Cardinals: RB Stepfan Taylor (Stanford) SR, 5'9-1/8", 214 Pounds
7. Cleveland Browns: CB Blidi Wreh-Wilson (Connecticut) SR, 6'0-3/4", 195 Pounds
8. Buffalo Bills: ILB Kiko Alonso (Oregon) SR, 6'3", 238 Pounds
9. New York Jets: OT Chris Faulk (Louisiana State) JR, 6'5-1/4", 331 Pounds
10. Tennessee Titans: C Khaled Holmes (Southern Cal) SR, 6'3-1/4", 302 Pounds
11. Carolina Panthers: OT Brennan Williams (North Carolina) SR, 6'6-1/8", 318 Pounds
12. New Orleans Saints: S Eric Reid (Louisiana State) JR, 6'1-1/4",, 213 Pounds
13. San Diego Chargers: OLB John Simon (Ohio State) SR, 6'1", 257 Pounds
14. Miami Dolphins: WR Quinton Patton (Louisiana Tech) SR, 6'0", 204 Pounds
15. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: TE Gavin Escobar (San Diego State) JR, 6'5-7/8", 254 Pounds
16. St. Louis Rams: OG Earl Watford (James Madison) SR, 6'3-3/8", 300 Pounds
17. Dallas Cowboys: OLB Trevardo Williams (Connecticut) SR, 6'1-1/4", 241 Pounds
18. Pittsburgh Steelers: OT Xavier Nixon (Florida) SR, 6'5-1/2", 321 Pounds
19. New York Giants: OT Manase Foketi (West Texas A&M) SR, 6'4-3/4", 318 Pounds
20. Chicago Bears: DT Akeem Spence (Illinois) JR, 6'0-5/8", 307 Pounds
21. Cincinnati Bengals: WR Kenny Stills (Oklahoma) JR, 6'0-1/2", 194 Pounds
22. Washington Redskins: WR Tavarres King (Georgia) SR, 6'0-1/4", 189 Pounds
23. Minnesota Vikings: OLB DeVonte Holloman (South Carolina) SR, 6'1-3/8", 243 Pounds
24. Indianapolis Colts: WR Aaron Dobson (Marshall) SR, 6'2-5/8", 210 Pounds
25. Green Bay Packers: TE Joseph Fauria (UCLA) SR, 6'7-1/4", 259 Pounds
26. Seattle Seahawks: OG Hugh Thornton (Illinois) SR, 6'3-1/4", 320 Pounds
27. Houston Texans: ILB Michael Mauti (Penn State) SR, 6'2", 243 Pounds
28. Denver Broncos: S Robert Lester (Alabama) SR, 6'1-1/4", 220 Pounds
29. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (from NE): TE Levine Toilolo (Stanford) SR, 6'8-1/8", 260 Pounds
30. Atlanta Falcons: DE Devin Taylor (South Carolina) SR, 6'7", 266 Pounds
31. San Francisco 49ers: OT Oday Aboushi (Virginia) SR, 6'5-3/8", 308 Pounds
32. Baltimore Ravens: S Tony Jefferson (Oklahoma) SR, 5'10-3/4", 213 Pounds
33. Detroit Lions: LB Jeremiah Green (Nevada) SR, 6'2", 240 Pounds
34. Baltimore Ravens: LB Gerald Hodges (Penn State) SR, 6'1", 243 Pounds
35. Green Bay Packers: WR Chris Harper (Kansas State) SR, 6'0-3/4", 229 Pounds
36. Miami Dolphins: OT David Quessenberry (San Jose State) SR, 6'4-7/8", 302 Pounds
37. San Francisco 49ers: C Braxston Cave (Notre Dame) SR, 6'3-1/4", 303 Pounds
38. Atlanta Falcons: RB Marcus Lattimore (South Carolina) JR, 5'11-1/4", 221 Pounds
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PostPosted: Mon Mar 18, 2013 12:20 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hits on all Houston's needs. Can't complain.
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PostPosted: Mon Mar 18, 2013 12:32 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

There is no way on Earth this team passes on Milliner for Tyler Wilson. I would have a meltdown if that happened. I HATE wilson.
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PostPosted: Mon Mar 18, 2013 12:43 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

You have Alec Ogletree going twice in the second round Wink
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PostPosted: Mon Mar 18, 2013 12:46 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Now by god thats a Falcons Draft.

A++++++++

I like each one of the players we are taking at the spot we got them.

Only thing left to get there is a stud NT with our other 4th comp pick maybe Barnes if ya like him?

Maybe another TE with some upside in the 5th and a few role players with the 6th's and 7th's with some upside.

Plus grab 1 more FA DE and CB Wink
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PostPosted: Mon Mar 18, 2013 12:53 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Absolutely love this draft for the Dolphins, the only change I would make is the 2nd 4th round pick changed to Lattimore instead of the OT. I think he would be a better contributor to our offense although I see why you would stack us up on the o-line. Just heard Jake Long went to St. Louis, Yikes! I'm glad we didn't overpay so more O-line picks in the 7th round.
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I appreciate the effort put into making a 4 rounder but this is a complete and total train wreck for Green Bay.
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LOVE it as a Saints fan, but I think we go OT in the first four rounds.
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PostPosted: Mon Mar 18, 2013 1:08 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

desi22601 wrote:
You have Alec Ogletree going twice in the second round Wink
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PostPosted: Mon Mar 18, 2013 1:12 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Now that's a Good Bears Draft!
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PostPosted: Mon Mar 18, 2013 1:56 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Pretty good Vikes draft if you ask me

Only thing i would like to see different is RD4b..we do need depth at LB but with WR Dobson on the board its a no brainer..we need multiple receivers and specifically on the outside, he fits the bill

One thing i could see our GM do different is RD2..I could easily see Te'o as the pick as our GM likes him some Domers..also likes leadership and performance on tape (which he has minus AL Laughing )
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I'm good with Geno.

I don't think Okafor is a great scheme fit. Jamie Collins would be a great option for us, specifically for the LEO position. Johnthan Banks and Jamar Taylor also options at CB especially with the scheme we're looking to run with the DBs. Banks' speed may be an issue though.

We're retaining some power scheme on the OL, but we're shifting more toward the ZBS. I think Frederick, in general but specific to this scenario, would be restricted to the RG position where we already have Uche Nwaneri. Quite a few DBs on the board I'd be interested in, but sticking to the OL, Brian Schwenke would be a perfect fit for us at C and he's a guy I'm very high on.

Even if the R3 pick were to remain Schwenke, Barrett Jones would be a definite option still if the draft fell this way, though I have my doubts that it would. He could compete at both RT and LG assuming Schwenke sticks at C. However, I would look elsewhere: Blidi Wreh-Wilson, WR Quinton Patton, TE Gavin Escobar, OLB/LEO Trevardo Williams, WR Kenny Stills, LB DeVonte Holloman, OT Oday Aboushi, OT David Quessenberry, and RB Marcus Lattimore are all selections you have in the fourth round that I may prefer in this scenario.

So

Round One: Geno Smith, QB, West Virginia
Round Two: Jamie Collins, LEO, Southern Mississippi
Round Three: Brian Schwenke, C, California
Round Four: Blidi Wreh-Wilson, CB, Connecticut

or

Round One: Geno Smith, QB, West Virginia
Round Two: Jamar Taylor, CB, Boise State or Johnthan Banks, CB, Mississippi State
Round Three: Brian Schwenke, C, California
Round Four: Anyone I mentioned
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PostPosted: Mon Mar 18, 2013 2:36 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

sly williams at the back of 2
and then patton or reid at the back of 3 and we have a deal (our staff has been rumored to really like reid. and whitner will be gone next season so we have 2 spots to fill)

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No way the Steelers use their 1st and 2nd on WRs...

You're missing our other biggest needs... OLB, MLB, DT,
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PostPosted: Mon Mar 18, 2013 5:47 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Escobar in the 4th, huh? Well, that gets my vote as biggest draft day steal in the history of drafts; congrats Bucs.

Dont like the Lions picks after Ansah. We could do much better.
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