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MexDolfan
04-08-2007, 03:08 AM
Fist of all, i know there's a lot to fix with this draft!!!
Handling an objective point of view, with so many trades to come, the mock drafts I've seen everywhere and the trades that may be coming during draft day, I see more realistic to expose a draft board, this is, a list of the most likely players to select, starting by those who are player of dreams but would need a trade up, and continues with the players that you may select only if they are available with the current spot, then the options in case we trade down a little an so on.
This draft board listing can be used to optimize the decision process during draft day.

That said, tis is the top 15 of my draft board as today.

1) OT Joe Thomas (even trading up to #5 spot)
2) QB Brady Quinn (even trading up to #6 spot)
3) WR Calvin Johnson
4) QB JaMarcus Russell
5) OT Levi Brown
6) DE Gaines Adams
7) DE Alan Branch
8) DE Amobi Okoye
9) S LaRon Landry
10) WR Ted Ginn
11) CB Leon Hall
12) RB Adrian Peterson
13) LB Jon Beason
14) DE Jamaal Anderson
15) OT Joe Staley

fullerboy1
04-08-2007, 03:34 AM
Fist of all, i know there's a lot to fix with this draft!!!
Handling an objective point of view, with so many trades to come, the mock drafts I've seen everywhere and the trades that may be coming during draft day, I see more realistic to expose a draft board, this is, a list of the most likely players to select, starting by those who are player of dreams but would need a trade up, and continues with the players that you may select only if they are available with the current spot, then the options in case we trade down a little an so on.
This draft board listing can be used to optimize the decision process during draft day.

That said, tis is the top 15 of my draft board as today.

1) OT Joe Thomas (even trading up to #5 spot)
2) QB Brady Quinn (even trading up to #6 spot)
3) WR Calvin Johnson
4) QB JaMarcus Russell
5) OT Levi Brown
6) DE Gaines Adams
7) DE Alan Branch
8) DE Amobi Okoye
9) S LaRon Landry
10) WR Ted Ginn
11) CB Leon Hall
12) RB Adrian Peterson
13) LB Jon Beason
14) DE Jamaal Anderson
15) OT Joe Staley



My list would look like this,

1 Calvin Johnson
2a Brady Quinn
2b Joe Thomas
4 Gaines Adams
5 Ted Ginn jr.
6 Alan Branch
7 Amobi Okoye
8 Leon Hall
9 Jamaal Anderson
10 Adrian Peterson
11 Levi Brown
12 JaMarcus Russell
13 Laron Landry
14 Joe Staley
15 Jon Beason

Thats the way I would do it when I go strictly for team needs.

MexDolfan
04-08-2007, 03:37 AM
My list would look like this,

1 Calvin Johnson
2a Brady Quinn
2b Joe Thomas
4 Gaines Adams
5 Ted Ginn jr.
6 Alan Branch
7 Amobi Okoye
8 Leon Hall
9 Jamaal Anderson
10 Adrian Peterson
11 Levi Brown
12 JaMarcus Russell
13 Laron Landry
14 Joe Staley
15 Jon Beason

Thats the way I would do it when I go strictly for team needs.

No trade up values??

fullerboy1
04-08-2007, 03:38 AM
No trade up values??

What do you mean?

fullerboy1
04-08-2007, 04:01 AM
No trade up values??

Ok

1 Calvin Johnson - Trade up to the third spot.
2 Brady Quinn - Trade up also to third spot.
3 Joe Thomas - Trade up to the third spot.
4 Gaines Adams - stay put.
5 Ted Ginn jr. - stay put.
6 Alan Branch - stay put.
7 Amobi Okoye - stay put
8 Leon Hall - trade down to the 12th spot.
9 Jamaal Anderson - Trade down to the 12th spot.
10 Adrian Peterson - Trade down with someone who wants him.
11 Levi Brown - Trade down to the 15th spot.
12 JaMarcus Russell - Trade down with someone who wants him.
13 Laron Landry - Trade down with someone who wants him.
14 Joe Staley - Trade down to about the 25 pick.
15 Jon Beason - Trade down to the end of the first round.

Kdawg954
04-08-2007, 08:45 AM
Man Beason must of had a monster workout, because u both have him in the top 15 . . . and I'm thinking he maybe there at 40 for us . . . possibly 60.

csabe
04-08-2007, 11:01 AM
Realistically it is hard to say who will be there at #9, but most likely it will be a choice between
L. Brown -LT
A. Okoye -DT
P. Willis -LB
L. Landry -S

if these guys drop then awesome barring a trade from the #9 spot
J. Thomas (not gonna happen)
B. Quinn (probably not)
C. Johnson (no way)
J. Russell (most likely no)

musphinzfan
04-08-2007, 11:05 AM
Ok

1 Calvin Johnson - Trade up to the third spot.
2 Brady Quinn - Trade up also to third spot.
3 Joe Thomas - Trade up to the third spot.
4 Gaines Adams - stay put.
5 Ted Ginn jr. - stay put.
6 Alan Branch - stay put.
7 Amobi Okoye - stay put
8 Leon Hall - trade down to the 12th spot.
9 Jamaal Anderson - Trade down to the 12th spot.
10 Adrian Peterson - Trade down with someone who wants him.
11 Levi Brown - Trade down to the 15th spot.
12 JaMarcus Russell - Trade down with someone who wants him.
13 Laron Landry - Trade down with someone who wants him.
14 Joe Staley - Trade down to about the 25 pick.
15 Jon Beason - Trade down to the end of the first round.

Landry and Peterson are both stay put guys but the rest i agree on.

MexDolfan
04-08-2007, 02:06 PM
Man Beason must of had a monster workout, because u both have him in the top 15 . . . and I'm thinking he maybe there at 40 for us . . . possibly 60.
If we trade down a little like into #14 to #20, many other players are out of our scope, but surely, because of the needs of the team, Beason may fit and that's why I've target him that high.
Also he's on talks with the team and seems to have a nice profile.

MexDolfan
04-08-2007, 02:09 PM
Ok

1 Calvin Johnson - Trade up to the third spot.
2 Brady Quinn - Trade up also to third spot.
3 Joe Thomas - Trade up to the third spot.
4 Gaines Adams - stay put.
5 Ted Ginn jr. - stay put.
6 Alan Branch - stay put.
7 Amobi Okoye - stay put
8 Leon Hall - trade down to the 12th spot.
9 Jamaal Anderson - Trade down to the 12th spot.
10 Adrian Peterson - Trade down with someone who wants him.
11 Levi Brown - Trade down to the 15th spot.
12 JaMarcus Russell - Trade down with someone who wants him.
13 Laron Landry - Trade down with someone who wants him.
14 Joe Staley - Trade down to about the 25 pick.
15 Jon Beason - Trade down to the end of the first round.
Oooppps!!
Trading up above the 4th spot may kill the rest of the draft or put in risk future draft. I can't see why to trade up that much on Calvin Johnson when our O-line is regular to bad, and should be guarding as QB our developing Cleo Lemmon. Too acid.:shakeno:

MexDolfan
04-08-2007, 02:34 PM
Ok

1 Calvin Johnson - Trade up to the third spot.
2 Brady Quinn - Trade up also to third spot.
3 Joe Thomas - Trade up to the third spot.
4 Gaines Adams - stay put.
5 Ted Ginn jr. - stay put.
6 Alan Branch - stay put.
7 Amobi Okoye - stay put
8 Leon Hall - trade down to the 12th spot.
9 Jamaal Anderson - Trade down to the 12th spot.
10 Adrian Peterson - Trade down with someone who wants him.
11 Levi Brown - Trade down to the 15th spot.
12 JaMarcus Russell - Trade down with someone who wants him.
13 Laron Landry - Trade down with someone who wants him.
14 Joe Staley - Trade down to about the 25 pick.
15 Jon Beason - Trade down to the end of the first round.
Wow!!
My first impression was to worry about the trade ups you would do, but I got amazed when you put Levi Brown that low. I can't figure why do we need that much Adrian Peterson when we may have a decent tandem of running power with a two-head monster in RB & RW (if reinstalled, that seems to be extremely possible). In the other hand, our O-line has more holes than the Titanic and our throwing corps reduce into a recovering Culpepper and a unknown Lemon.
With some mobility from the passer, our o-linemen can hold enough to develop a decent level during the season and with a decent o-line any passer may improve and the running game may work.

fullerboy1
04-08-2007, 02:47 PM
Could it be that most of you missunderstood what the poster was trying to say? Its my draftbord, why was I the only one who tried?

fullerboy1
04-08-2007, 02:51 PM
Wow!!
My first impression was to worry about the trade ups you would do, but I got amazed when you put Levi Brown that low. I can't figure why do we need that much Adrian Peterson when we may have a decent tandem of running power with a two-head monster in RB & RW (if reinstalled, that seems to be extremely possible). In the other hand, our O-line has more holes than the Titanic and our throwing corps reduce into a recovering Culpepper and a unknown Lemon.
With some mobility from the passer, our o-linemen can hold enough to develop a decent level during the season and with a decent o-line any passer may improve and the running game may work.

Hey how can you kritisize when you didnt fill it out yourself?

MexDolfan
04-08-2007, 06:24 PM
Hey how can you kritisize when you didnt fill it out yourself?
I didn't fill it??
Ooop i think that forum are for create opinion. And if i criticize about it is because in my opinion, my draft board says that unless Levi Brown (and others) aren't available at the pick time, we would select Adrian.