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mia4ever
04-13-2007, 09:55 AM
Forgetabout those other Mock Draft

I guarantees 80% of my picks will go in the predict rounds
I guarantees 10% of my picks will be picked by MIami Dolphin or some other Florida team
I guarantees 90% of these player will play in the NFL this season.

Money back guarantees


1 Round
Brady if he's what we all think he could be than cross MR.Quinn off your list
Landry stock has rise in top 7 pick
Ted Ginn stock has falling around 15-20 pick in the 1 round
So with the 9th pick the Miami Dolphins select
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Here what they say about Mr.Brown:
Strengths:
Has excellent size for a starting tackle. Possess quick feet and very good mobility for a man of his size. Has great lateral movement and is able to gain leverage against the opposition with his long wingspan. A dominant pass blocker and has developed into a good run blocker. A very intelligent player who demonstrates leadership qualities.

Weaknesses:
Lacks the technique necessary to become a good run blocker. Plays inconsistent at times and appears to lose interest.

Overview:
Levi Brown is an interesting prospect, because he was recruited as a defensive tackle, but was red shirted his first year and was moved to the offensive line. Could play either right or left tackle in the NFL and has a chance to be a very special player. wish list:Brady Quinn .Other prospects :Ted Ginn,A.Okoye:Levi Brown will start from day one at LT .

2nd Round
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Marcus McCauley Here's a scouting report:
There isn’t much more you can ask for physically out of a corner. McCauley has it all. He has very good size, and matches up very well with bigger wideouts. His combination of height and jumping ability allow him to make plays on the ball with receivers a few inches taller. He doesn’t give up anything to the smaller receivers either. McCauley has the speed to keep up with any receiver well down the field.. He has a chance to be an all around standout cornerback.

There aren’t too many things to dislike about McCauley’s game. He may have some trouble with the smaller, quicker receivers at the next level, but he has shown the recovery speed to make up for any missed steps.

Marcus McCauley played opposite 2nd round pick Richard Marshall last year, but teams went the way of challenging, Marshall more. He did not have the year expected of him, but his combination of talent will get him drafted very highMarcus, early on was a 1st round prospect avg Sr. year drop his stock a little.Lets not kidded our self last season Cornerback play, was below avg.
wish list Joe Stanley/Other prospects:Ryan Kalil,Justin Blalock

2nd round
http://www.finheaven.com/images/imported/2007/04/washington_state_cougars_jason_hill-1.jpgScouting report:
Hill hasn't been utilized enough this season but has still put together some things to pay attention to. His yards per catch is impressive at over 16 yards per reception and his TD total is outstanding when you consider he doesn't even lead his team in receptions. Hill has great size and some real gitty up and go when he has the ball in his hands. Hill's TD to Reception totals are very good. A real big time deep threat with some real run after the catch skillsWish LIst: Tim Crowder/Other prospects:Zach Miller
Jason Hill is a Chris Chamber clone with very good hands.4.32 40 time under achiever

3rd round
http://www.finheaven.com/clear.gifTrent Edwards
scouting report:
Trent Edwards is an experienced quarterback who started 31 games for Stanford over the past four seasons. Trent displays good leadership qualitites and was voted team-captain by his teammates. He has prototypical size for an NFL quarterback. He has a quick release, good accuracy, and the arm strength to make all the throws required of a quarterback at the next level. He is a tough player who took a beating behind a very poor offensive line in college. He will stand tall in the pocket and deliver the football with a defender in his face. He has the athleticism to avoid the rush, get out of the pocket, and make an accurate throw on the run. He can also make a play with his feet when needed. He does have a tendency to hold onto the ball too long which was the cause of some of his problems at Stanford. He made poor decisisons early on in his career which led to too many interceptions. He did improve in that area as a junior and it showed up in the stats. Another question with Edwards is injury problems he's had. He only had one season where he started every game. He missed the final game of his freshman year with a leg injury, the final two games of his sophomore year with a shoulder injury, and the last 5 games of his senior year due to a broken foot. He was also knocked out of a game or two each season. Many of his problems in college were due to the fact that he played on a poor team and behind a very poor offensive line. He is a better prospect than the statistics would indicate and he has a chance to be selected on the first day of the 2007 NFL draft.wish list:Brandon Siler/other prospects:Arron Sears,Ray McDonald,Earl Everett

RoninFin4
04-13-2007, 10:25 AM
Your picture of McCauley isn't McCauley, looks like Antoine Cason.

There ya go.:wink: I like the mock as well, if Quinn's not the guy, I think it should be Edwards at this point.

mia4ever
04-13-2007, 11:55 AM
your right !

4th Round
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very fast olb ,This is how you building depth my friends
scouting Report:
A versatile defender who showed up big in his team's best games and was recognized by current and former teammates as having ideal leadership and intangibles. He is very good at locating the ball and tends to be around the pile when a big play is created. He's a good two-way defender that needs to translate some of his weight-room strength onto the field, especially at the point of attack as he can get turned around or pushed to the side if hit by an unblocked fullback or tight end. He needs to make better use of his hands to get off blocks or when trying to maintain his balance.

Black has the ability to play both inside or outside at the next level, but his play and production from the inside linebacker spot at the East-West Shrine game really helped him gain momentum heading into the combine. He's a strong character kid who has some upside and could become a very productive Cover 2 scheme middle linebacker thanks to his speed and cover skills. He could break into the first day of the draft thanks to his athleticism and versatility.wish list :Ben Patrick /Other prospects:Kareem Brown,Paul Soliai,Aaron Rouse(s/olb)

6th Round
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Kasey Studdard is 285 pounds of the nastiness necessary to be a top-flight offensive linemen.

He carries an aggressiveness usually reserved for defensive tackles. His shamelessly filthy mouth motivates his teammates and irritates the enemy.

He grins, cracks a borderline off-color joke and spits into a make-shift spittoon - all in front of a handful of intrigued sportswriters from around the state.

For the entire package, defensive tackle Larry Dibbles came up with the perfect nickname.

"Oh, Studmuffin," said Dibbles, who lines up opposite Studdard every day in practice. "He's a wildcard."

Offensive tackle Justin Blalock, who lines up next him every game, called him "a little ball of energy." Wide receiver Tony Jeffery likened him to a pro wrestler. Defensive tackle Rod Wright referred to him as the "life of the party.

"I can't really explain him," Wright said.

Head coach Mack Brown labeled him "a fighter."

"It's like he plays with a passion," Brown said.

However described, the redshirt sophomore has steadily improved in his three years in burnt orange and is making a heavy impact on this year's line.

Studdard grew up around football. His father, Dave, played 10 years with the Denver Broncos after four years as an offensive tackle at Texas. His uncle Les also played at Texas, as well as pro-ball in Pittsburgh.http://media.www.dailytexanonline.com/media/storage/paper410/news/2004/11/22/Sports/Studdards.Attitude.A.Staple.Of.OLine-812965.shtml
Kasey Studdard, Texas
I like shorter guard for leverage
wish list:Andy Alleman/ Other prospects:Joe Newton,Scott Chandler

6th Round
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Michael Allen Whitworth 6-6 255 4.71
51 Allen arrived at Whitworth as a wide receiver in 2002 and was redshirted. He then played in 25 contests in 2003, 2004, and 2005 amassing 65 receptions for 1,102 yards (17 average) and 20 touchdowns, earning first team All-NWC honors in 2004 and 2005. In 2006, he plays all 12 contests hauling in 53 passes for 1,100 yards (20.8 average) and nine touchdowns, garnering a first team Division III All-American accolade.
Allan lacks ideal explosiveness and is a marginal-at-best in line blocker but there's a lot to like about his blend of size, hands and top-end speed. He projects as a fourth or fifth round pick due to his developmental upside.Wish List:Baraka Atkins Miami 6-4 271 4.69 /Other prospect: Jay Moore Nebraska 6-4 275 5.00 , Brian Robison Texas 6-3 259 4.67
I'm going TE here

7th ROUNDhttp://www.finheaven.com/images/imported/2007/04/560752-1.jpegBrandon Sharp5-10 194 4.53
7th Round
Legedu Naanee Boise State 6-2 225 4.41
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7th Round Donnie Jones pick
Brandon Frye Virginia Tech 6-4 301 5.08
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NashPhin
04-13-2007, 01:07 PM
I love the mock draft, but I don't think there's any way Trent Edwards lasts until round 3. Some services have him ahead of Stanton as the #3 QB right now.

Roman529
04-13-2007, 01:13 PM
Nice job...I could live with all these guys....If Edwards isn't there, I think Kevin Kolb of Houston will be. BUT, I still think we need Brady Quinn. :)

vmarcilfan75
04-13-2007, 01:21 PM
I have to post in here because i love your guarantees :lol:

mia4ever
04-13-2007, 09:12 PM
bumpy