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jim1
10-12-2006, 12:45 AM
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TeamPlayer
POS
School
1Oakland
Brady Quinn
QB
Notre Dame
2Tennessee
*Calvin Johnson
WR
Georgia Tech
3 Tampa Bay
Joe Thomas
OT
Wisconsin
4 Detroit
*Brian Brohm
QB
Louisville
5Houston
*Adrian Peterson
RB
Oklahoma
6
Green Bay
*Marshawn Lynch
RB
California
7
Cleveland
*Jake Long
OT
Michigan
8 Arizona
Levi Brown
OT
Penn State
9
Miami
Gaines Adams
DE
Clemson
10San Francisco
Marcus McCauley
CB
Fresno State
11New York Jets
Kenny Irons
RB
Auburn
12
Buffalo
*Frank Okam
DT
Texas
13
Kansas City
*Alan Branch
DT
Michigan
14Washington
Quentin Moses
DE
Georgia
15Minnesota
*Dwayne Jarrett
WR
Southern California 16New Orleans
*Ted Ginn
WR
Ohio State 17St. Louis
Brandon Meriweather FS
Miami
18Pittsburgh
Jeff Samardzija
WR
Notre Dame
19
Dallas
*Sam Baker
OT
Southern California
20Jacksonville
*Darrelle Revis
CB
Pittsburgh
21
New York Giants
Leon Hall
CB
Michigan
22
Carolina
*Zach Miller
TE Arizona State
23Cincinnati Quinn Pitcock
DT
Ohio State
24Atlanta
Tank Tyler
DT
North Carolina State
25
Baltimore
Justin Blalock
OG
Texas
26Philadelphia
Michael Bush
RB
Louisville
27Indianapolis
Patrick Willis
LB
Mississippi
28Denver
Adam Carriker
DE
Nebraska
29
New England (from Seattle)
Fred Bennett
CB
South Carolina
30New England
LaRon Landry
FS
LSU
31
San Diego
Paul Williams
WR
Fresno State
32ChicagoPaul Poluszny
LB
Penn State

dominizzo
10-12-2006, 12:51 AM
Is Gaines Adams any goood?

I mean we have depth at DE!!

We have MAtt Roth Jason taylor 3 more years at least!! Why Not LB or OT or CB

jim1
10-12-2006, 12:56 AM
Is Gaines Adams any goood?

I mean we have depth at DE!!

We have MAtt Roth Jason taylor 3 more years at least!! Why Not LB or OT or CB

I haven't seen him play. Clemson guy, about 6-5 260. My first choice is a stud LT, maybe guards or a tackle like Joe Staley in the second, maybe a center like Dan Mozes in the 3rd. He's apparently REALLY good- maybe a stud hybrid OLB/DE in the 1st and OL 2-4 wouldn't be so bad.

NFL Draft Countdown hot list:

1. Arron Sears, OT, Tennessee (SR)One way to put your name on the map is to shut down a dominating opponent and Sears did just that last week, holding both Quentin Moses and highly-regarded junior Charles Johnson of Georgia to just 1/2 sack combined. Already one of the most versatile offensive linemen in the draft having played every position up front except center, Sears is showing that he might be able to play the critical left tackle position at the pro level which would do wonders for his stock. A certain Day One pick, Sears is making a move up draft boards. 2. DeMarcus Tyler, DT, North Carolina St. (SR)Three N.C. St. defensive linemen were selected in the first round of the 2006 NFL Draft (Mario Williams, Manny Lawson and John McCargo) and while Tyler isn't quite in that same league his stock has steadily been climbing. After losing so much talent up front the Wolfpack needed someone to step up and the man they call "Tank" has done just that, providing an impact presence in the middle. Tyler is already a Day One pick and in this relatively weak class of senior defensive tackles there is certainly room for some advancement. 3. David Harris, ILB, Michigan (SR)It's entirely possible that no player has helped himself as much as Harris has this year, going from a late rounder to a possible Day One pick. The entire Michigan team has enjoyed a resurgence this year and Harris is as responsible as anyone, becoming a defensive playmaker for the Wolverines. Harris has a shot at being the next inside linebacker off the board after potential first rounders Patrick Willis and Buster Davis and if he can maintain that ranking there is a chance he could be either a 2nd or 3rd round when all is said and done. 4. Gaines Adams, DE, Clemson (SR)Early in the year it appeared that Quentin Moses was separating from Adams in their battle to be the first senior defensive end chosen but as of late the Clemson star has really come on. Scouts felt Adams was maybe trying to protect himself from injury, which would be understandable considering he saw his teammate Anthony Waters go down, but despite the slow start he already has 6.5 sacks and 8.5 tackles for loss and he seems to be getting better with each passing week. And don't forget about that long touchdown return either. 5. Tony Hunt, RB, Penn St. (SR)At the beginning of the season is looked like the senior running back class was going to be Michael Bush, Kenny Irons and everyone else and while that still might be the case to an extent Hunt has clearly emerged as the #3 guy. In the last four weeks Hunt has averaged 140 yards per game for the Nittany Lions and three of those contests were against Big Ten opponents. A 6-2, 230 lb. North / South runner, Hunt isn't going to impress anyone with his moves but he will wear a defense down and that is exactly what he has been doing. 6. Victor Abiamiri, DE, Notre Dame (SR)Last year half of Abirmiri's season total of 8 sacks came against Stanford and it was more of the same when the Cardinals came to South Bend last week. After a slow start Abiamiri had only 1.5 sacks going into the game but after getting to Trent Edwards 3.5 times he more than doubled his output. It's obviously a concern when a player dominates one opponent and seemingly pads his stats but it just shows the type of potential this guy has if he can show a little more consistency. Now let's see if he can keep this up down the stretch. 7. Garrett Wolfe, RB, Northern Illinois (SR)It says a lot about the type of season you're having when you rush for 162 yards and the word "only" is often placed in front of the total. Wolfe has been simply amazing this year and despite registering his lowest output of the season against Miami (OH) his stock is still on the rise. The questions about his size are not going to go away but if he keeps putting up the type of ridiculous numbers he has been it will become a lot easier to reconcile the fact that he's just 5-7 and 177 lbs., although he's still only a mid-round draft pick. 8. Steve Smith, WR, USC (SR)Dwayne Jarrett who? In the two games since the Trojans star junior wideout has been out Smith has been outstanding, torching Washington St. with 11 catches for 186 yards and 2 touchdowns while catching 5 balls for 96 yards and 1 score against Washington. Similar in many ways to Keary Colbert, Smith will be more of a #2 or #3 wideout at the pro level but scouts have noticed the way he has stepped up in Jarrett's absence and it will surely help his stock come Draft Day. Smith just might be better than people are giving him credit for. 9. Tyler Palko, QB, Pittsburgh (SR)After an up and down career Palko is having an excellent senior campaign, ranking among the nation's leaders in several key passing categories. Palko is clearly not in the first and maybe not even second tier of quarterback prospects and he will more than likely be a backup at the next level but the way he has played this season could get him chosen as early as the middle rounds. When it comes to intangibles Palko is as impressive as anyone out there and if he keeps up this pace he'll have the stats to add to his resume too. 10. Lorenzo Booker, RB, Florida St. (SR)After splitting carries his entire career this was supposed to be the year where Booker finally realized his potential and lived up to the reputation he had as one of the nations' elite recruits back in 2002. The season got off to a very bumpy start for both Booker and the Noles but as of late he has shown some flashes, most notably a 115 yard rushing performance against Rice and a 105 yard receiving day against North Carolina St. He won't be an every-down guy in the NFL but he does have the makings of a fine 3rd down/situational back.

http://www.nfldraftcountdown.com/scoutingreports/de/gainesadams.html

Vertical Limit
10-12-2006, 01:00 AM
9. Tyler Palko, QB, Pittsburgh (SR)After an up and down career Palko is having an excellent senior campaign, ranking among the nation's leaders in several key passing categories. Palko is clearly not in the first and maybe not even second tier of quarterback prospects and he will more than likely be a backup at the next level but the way he has played this season could get him chosen as early as the middle rounds. When it comes to intangibles Palko is as impressive as anyone out there and if he keeps up this pace he'll have the stats to add to his resume too.
TYLLLERRRRRR!! WE MUST GET THIS GUYY!! PLEASE GOD, BRING HIM TO MIAMI!

dominizzo
10-12-2006, 01:02 AM
Whats so good with palko?

Hes a Wanny Boy!!

hes not ranked high like brohm or HEnne

jim1
10-12-2006, 01:05 AM
TYLLLERRRRRR!! WE MUST GET THIS GUYY!! PLEASE GOD, BRING HIM TO MIAMI!

Just to throw it out there, here's what they said about Drew Stanton:

The Not-So-Hot List Drew Stanton, QB, Michigan St. (SR)It's the same old story with Stanton, who looks like a high first round pick one game and an undrafted free agent the next. This Jake Plummer-esqe inconsistency is sure to hurt Stanton on Draft Day and that talk about him challenging Brady Quinn to be the first quarterback selected is now long, long gone. Stanton still has a chance to go in round one, especially if the top underclassmen stay in school, but his stock has taken a major hit in the last month or so. The bottom line is you just don't know what you're going to get with

him.

p.s What about OL's Aaron Sears and Levi Brown? Jake Long?

Vertical Limit
10-12-2006, 01:08 AM
Whats so good with palko?

Hes a Wanny Boy!!

hes not ranked high like brohm or HEnne
Good I don't want him to be ranked high, that way we can get him in the later rounds.

And I don't care if he's a Wanny boy. Wannstedt will pay us back in full for giving us such a high talented QB like Palko. Trust me, I've watched him play and he's great.

dominizzo
10-12-2006, 01:16 AM
How great Is Tyler !! Whos he comparbale too?

KillerJosh373
10-12-2006, 04:18 AM
the choice is obvious to me, if hes available the Miami Dolphins must select Buster Davis from FSU. This guy is a beast and could even fall because hes so short (probably not any taller then 5'9). But this guy is ridiculously good and Id consider him 1 of those rare cant miss type of players.

Clumpy
10-12-2006, 05:23 AM
:down:

Bills have a greater need at DE. We need a pass-rusher on the outside. Moses from Georgia is a better fit

Stitches
10-12-2006, 07:06 AM
Good I don't want him to be ranked high, that way we can get him in the later rounds.

And I don't care if he's a Wanny boy. Wannstedt will pay us back in full for giving us such a high talented QB like Palko. Trust me, I've watched him play and he's great.
The article said that Palko may not even be a second tier QB. How is that highly talented? He's going to be a career back-up it seems like. If we want to draft an average QB on day 2, I would rather have Jared Zabransky. Only thing is, I doubt we draft any QB in the 2007 draft, we have our "Qb of the future" on the team already.

tdmiami
10-12-2006, 07:37 AM
we should get a olineman in 1st round. Then dline 3rd round.

KTOWNFINFAN
10-12-2006, 08:13 AM
Our biggest need is LB. We HAVE to get a play maker there if we are to be a feared 3-4 defense, like SD or Pitt. Hopefully we can address that in FA and end up with Porter, however if we don't that has to be looked at this offseason.

zonk4ever
10-12-2006, 08:18 AM
it's a little early to start fantasizing about the draft. let's just shore up that o-line.

TractorTraylor
10-12-2006, 08:19 AM
Random Thought: How dirty would New Orleans' offense be if they added Ted Ginn Jr to the recieving corps..

Miamibyrd_24
10-12-2006, 08:22 AM
Seems like every one forgot about our DB's, they suck. But any way, we're not taking a DL, or QB in the 1st round, are you crazy!!! OL, LB, or CB seems to be where we would go with out pick.

Pennington's Rocket Arm
10-12-2006, 08:36 AM
Trust me, I've watched him play and he's great.
i've watched him play too, and he's average. he's never done anything "great."

Motion
10-12-2006, 08:37 AM
i've watched him play too, and he's average. he's never done anything "great."

:yeahthat:

JepheryRoss
10-12-2006, 08:54 AM
I think we should draft Laron Landry FS LSU

Our secondary sucks and we should continue to build, unless their is a franchise o-line guy available this guy is a stud. Jason Allen should be groomed into a cornerback and use Landry at free safety. Then through the draft continue to work on o-line, dbs, and linebackers

SQuinn17
10-12-2006, 09:38 AM
DE...haha nope!

Motion
10-12-2006, 09:42 AM
DE...haha nope!

No kidding, this is like the 4th mock I've seen with us taking a DE and I don't even consider it a top 5 need for this team. I know you don't necessarily draft for need that high but come on now.

RDubL84
10-12-2006, 09:42 AM
Gaines Adams is pretty good. I went to grad school at Clemson and got to watch him play. Actually hung out with him a couple of times. He was "visiting" this girl who was living in the house I was renting.

Anyways, he is amazingly fast for his size. I think he runs about a 4.5, and is 260-280 lbs. Would be a perfect rush end/OLB in our system. Think Manny Lawson, but much more athletic.

Stitches
10-12-2006, 10:00 AM
It really all depends where we pick. These mocks don't mean squat, until both seasons are complete. Right now it's just for fun anyways. They could show us drafting Brain Leonard with our 1st pick(like I've seen someone insanely suggest), and it wouldn't be a big deal to me at all.

Pocoloco
10-12-2006, 10:35 AM
Take the best player available, even if it doesn't fill an immediate need. That said, I have a hard time believing that any DE will represent the BPA in the top ten once the season ends. If we do draft a guy like Gaines, it'll be as a 3-4 linebacker, not an end with his knuckles in the turf

C-HUCKS
10-12-2006, 10:56 AM
We have to take a stud oL in the first round.. It all starts with a solid Offensive line and this year they suck. I would spend almost the entire draft on the Offensive line.

ghostface95
10-12-2006, 11:38 AM
For those who are curious about Gaines Adams...

THE PLAY AGAINST WAKE FOREST LAST WEEK SUMS IT UP

Download it if it's available

He basically pressured WAKE'S QB....GOT A PAW ON A PASS ATTEMPT...CAUGHT THE BALL WHILE RUNNING IN MOTION "ONE HANDED" AND TOOK IT TO THE HOUSE (60+ YARDS) UNTOUCHED...THERE WAS NO WAKE PLAYER AT LEAST 10 YARDS IN HIS SIGHT

AWESOME PLAY

REMEMBER: CLEMSON @ WAKE FOREST 10/7/06...MUST DOWNLOAD

SuperBowlin07
10-12-2006, 11:53 AM
How could you possibly speculate on who we take in the draft. We just finished week 5 of the season.

bert
10-12-2006, 11:54 AM
oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo-line.1st-off tackle -2nd guard or a beast of a center.then move are center back to guard where he belongs.

tyson22
10-12-2006, 12:10 PM
TYLLLERRRRRR!! WE MUST GET THIS GUYY!! PLEASE GOD, BRING HIM TO MIAMI!

A. hes not that great
B. there is no way that we take a QB in the early rounds, if at all

tyson22
10-12-2006, 12:12 PM
oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo-line.1st-off tackle -2nd guard or a beast of a center.then move are center back to guard where he belongs.


:clap:exactly

IdahoPhin
10-12-2006, 02:50 PM
It really all depends where we pick. These mocks don't mean squat, until both seasons are complete. Right now it's just for fun anyways. They could show us drafting Brain Leonard with our 1st pick(like I've seen someone insanely suggest), and it wouldn't be a big deal to me at all.

I agree its all in fun. You can search enough draft sites to find your team taking a player you like.. I checked out four sites and 1) has us taking Quinn Pitcock DT Ohio st. 2) Levi Brown OT Penn st. 3) Alan Branch Mich. 4) Patrick Willis ILB Ole Miss. Its all in fun and something to discuss. :D

jim1
10-12-2006, 02:56 PM
I agree its all in fun. You can search enough draft sites to find your team taking a player you like.. I checked out four sites and 1) has us taking Quinn Pitcock DT Ohio st. 2) Levi Brown OT Penn st. 3) Alan Branch Mich. 4) Patrick Willis ILB Ole Miss. Its all in fun and something to discuss. :D

That's the name of the game!

DolphanD
10-12-2006, 03:28 PM
If we are anywhere close to the top 5 picks then OT Joe Thomas would be great. I'm still upset Leinart and D'Brickashaw didn't come out early in the '05 draft. I know Leinart lost a lot of money because of his decision not to come out early. We could've had Alex Smith, D'Brick, or Ronnie Brown. Or we could've traded down. But I would've taken D'Brick. He would have been Richmond Webb reincarnated for us.

jim1
10-12-2006, 03:58 PM
If we are anywhere close to the top 5 picks then OT Joe Thomas would be great. I'm still upset Leinart and D'Brickashaw didn't come out early in the '05 draft. I know Leinart lost a lot of money because of his decision not to come out early. We could've had Alex Smith, D'Brick, or Ronnie Brown. Or we could've traded down. But I would've taken D'Brick. He would have been Richmond Webb reincarnated for us.

Yup.