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RiderOnTheStorm
04-25-2007, 01:35 PM
Round One - Brady Quinn, QB, Notre Dame
If Quinn slips past Detroit and the Browns, Miami will seal a trade to move ahead of Minnesota in order to land its QB of the future. Quinn, already skilled in a pro offense, has the size and intangibles that any team requires in its QB. With Trent Green soon to land in Miami, Quinn will have a year developing before taking over.

Round Two - (pick one) - Ryan Kalil, C, USC A talented player with excellent technique and plenty of experience. Should start from day one in Miami.

Round Two - (pick two) (via NE Pats - Welker trade) - Ben Grubbs, G, Auburn Outstanding athlete with excellent quickness. Hard worker and still improving.

Round Three - Quentin Moses, DE, Georgia Outstanding athlete and pass rusher who struggled throughout his senior season.

Round Four - HB Blades, LB, Pittsburgh
Not the usual size of a pro LB but vastly experienced and productive. Would learn a great deal from Zach and co. Team leader and hard working.

Round Six - (pick one) - Josh Gattis, S, Wake Forest
Good size and has playmaking ability. Interesting prospect who is always around the ball. Led the ACC in special teams tackles.

Round Six - (pick two) TRADED TO KC for QB Trent Green

Round Seven - (pick one) - Mike Walker, WR, Central Florida
Good size and speed. Makes all the tough catches over the middle. Runs good routes. Durability is a concern though but should become a solid pro.

Round Seven - (pick two) (via STL Rams - Donnie Jones) - Courtney Brown, CB, Cal-Poly Brown has excellent size and speed. Comes from a small uni but has lots of potential and can also contribute on special teams.

Round Seven - (pick three) (via NE Pats - Welker trade) - Mike Otto, T, Purdue A developmental pick. Good size and feet and the nasty demeanour that coaches like in the hogs.

With this draft Miami gets its franchise QB that is has craved ever since Marino hung up his cleats. Two new offensive linemen, to protect Green and then Quinn, that should both go on to have long pro careers. Mike Otto would be expected to develop over two seasons before challenging for a playing spot. Mike Walker should challenge for the fourth receiving spot and could contribute on special teams.

Moses, Gattis, Brown and Blades will be expected to contribute in certain defensive situations as well as special teams. Blades is the heir to Zach Thomas. Moses will challenge Matt Roth to start opposite JT and could replace him when he retires. Gattis and Brown will challenge for spots within the secondary and could become key parts of dime and nickel packages.

Miami's weakness is the offense and in particular, the offensive line. Cameron has already stated that the line will be addressed during the draft, remembering how San Diego re-stocked its o-line the same way. This should solidify the offense in the long term.

HULKFish
04-25-2007, 01:42 PM
nice read... Man I hope you are right! Quinn and Kalil would be HUGE for this team and Cam's first draft... Round 3 I'd rather get that safety from Virginia Tech though, can't remember his name.

umpalu
04-25-2007, 01:50 PM
i would love the top 3, best draft we could have IMO, but you are going to have to get rid of one of the seconds to move up to get quinn and kalil wont be there that late in the 2nd baring a miracle.

Winbaby#23
04-25-2007, 01:55 PM
Round One - Brady Quinn, QB, Notre Dame
If Quinn slips past Detroit and the Browns, Miami will seal a trade to move ahead of Minnesota in order to land its QB of the future. Quinn, already skilled in a pro offense, has the size and intangibles that any team requires in its QB. With Trent Green soon to land in Miami, Quinn will have a year developing before taking over.

Round Two - (pick one) - Ryan Kalil, C, USC A talented player with excellent technique and plenty of experience. Should start from day one in Miami.

Round Two - (pick two) (via NE Pats - Welker trade) - Ben Grubbs, G, Auburn Outstanding athlete with excellent quickness. Hard worker and still improving.

Round Three - Quentin Moses, DE, Georgia Outstanding athlete and pass rusher who struggled throughout his senior season.

Round Four - HB Blades, LB, Pittsburgh
Not the usual size of a pro LB but vastly experienced and productive. Would learn a great deal from Zach and co. Team leader and hard working.

Round Six - (pick one) - Josh Gattis, S, Wake Forest
Good size and has playmaking ability. Interesting prospect who is always around the ball. Led the ACC in special teams tackles.

Round Six - (pick two) TRADED TO KC for QB Trent Green

Round Seven - (pick one) - Mike Walker, WR, Central Florida
Good size and speed. Makes all the tough catches over the middle. Runs good routes. Durability is a concern though but should become a solid pro.

Round Seven - (pick two) (via STL Rams - Donnie Jones) - Courtney Brown, CB, Cal-Poly Brown has excellent size and speed. Comes from a small uni but has lots of potential and can also contribute on special teams.

Round Seven - (pick three) (via NE Pats - Welker trade) - Mike Otto, T, Purdue A developmental pick. Good size and feet and the nasty demeanour that coaches like in the hogs.

With this draft Miami gets its franchise QB that is has craved ever since Marino hung up his cleats. Two new offensive linemen, to protect Green and then Quinn, that should both go on to have long pro careers. Mike Otto would be expected to develop over two seasons before challenging for a playing spot. Mike Walker should challenge for the fourth receiving spot and could contribute on special teams.

Moses, Gattis, Brown and Blades will be expected to contribute in certain defensive situations as well as special teams. Blades is the heir to Zach Thomas. Moses will challenge Matt Roth to start opposite JT and could replace him when he retires. Gattis and Brown will challenge for spots within the secondary and could become key parts of dime and nickel packages.

Miami's weakness is the offense and in particular, the offensive line. Cameron has already stated that the line will be addressed during the draft, remembering how San Diego re-stocked its o-line the same way. This should solidify the offense in the long term.Looks good to me

kashbo
04-25-2007, 01:56 PM
not bad

Ronski_doodle
04-25-2007, 01:56 PM
Kalil wont' make it past Oakland,Cleveland,Detroit,Tampa,Arizona in the second. I wish would though. Grubbs will be gone also, I would love, Quinn Kalil and Grubbs. Hell I would love Levi, Kalil and Grubbs.

phinsfan84
04-25-2007, 01:57 PM
if this happens ill be the happiest guy ever

Maggot Brain
04-25-2007, 02:14 PM
Since nobody commented on it in the "Dream Draft" thread:

#9-Brady Quinn, QB Notre Dame
#40-Justin Blaylock, OG/OT Texas
#60-Jason Hill, WR Washington St.
#71-Doug Free, OT Northern Illinois or Ryan Harris, OT Notre Dame
#108-H.B. Blades, ILB Pittsburgh
#181-Kevin Boss, TE Western Oregon
#199-Usama Young, CB Kent St. or Courtney Brown, CB Cal Poly
#219-Garrett Wolfe, RB Northern Illinois
#225-Adam Podlesh, P Maryland
#238-Dan Mozes, C West Virginia or Dustin Fry, C Clemson

If Miami's draft plays out anything like this you can just call me Mr. Creamjeans.

zach8111
04-25-2007, 03:22 PM
you might want to add a P in the 6-7 round. i like podlesh

zach8111
04-25-2007, 03:23 PM
Since nobody commented on it in the "Dream Draft" thread:

#9-Brady Quinn, QB Notre Dame
#40-Justin Blaylock, OG/OT Texas
#60-Jason Hill, WR Washington St.
#71-Doug Free, OT Northern Illinois or Ryan Harris, OT Notre Dame
#108-H.B. Blades, ILB Pittsburgh
#181-Kevin Boss, TE Western Oregon
#199-Usama Young, CB Kent St. or Courtney Brown, CB Cal Poly
#219-Garrett Wolfe, RB Northern Illinois
#225-Adam Podlesh, P Maryland
#238-Dan Mozes, C West Virginia or Dustin Fry, C Clemson

If Miami's draft plays out anything like this you can just call me Mr. Creamjeans.
i like this one better than the one who started the thread

zach8111
04-25-2007, 03:25 PM
i am starting to like anthony gonzalaz in the 2. but we also have to address o-line in 2or third. if no quinn then take brown, gonzalaz, john beck...

Motion
04-25-2007, 03:26 PM
Round Seven - (pick one) - Mike Walker, WR, Central Florida
Good size and speed. Makes all the tough catches over the middle. Runs good routes. Durability is a concern though but should become a solid pro.



Mike Walker could easily be a first day pick, highly doubtful he slips to the 7th.

Motion
04-25-2007, 03:26 PM
Since nobody commented on it in the "Dream Draft" thread:

#9-Brady Quinn, QB Notre Dame
#40-Justin Blaylock, OG/OT Texas
#60-Jason Hill, WR Washington St.
#71-Doug Free, OT Northern Illinois or Ryan Harris, OT Notre Dame
#108-H.B. Blades, ILB Pittsburgh
#181-Kevin Boss, TE Western Oregon
#199-Usama Young, CB Kent St. or Courtney Brown, CB Cal Poly
#219-Garrett Wolfe, RB Northern Illinois
#225-Adam Podlesh, P Maryland
#238-Dan Mozes, C West Virginia or Dustin Fry, C Clemson

If Miami's draft plays out anything like this you can just call me Mr. Creamjeans.

Very nice

DRNEWBEE
04-25-2007, 03:29 PM
Since nobody commented on it in the "Dream Draft" thread:

#9-Brady Quinn, QB Notre Dame
#40-Justin Blaylock, OG/OT Texas
#60-Jason Hill, WR Washington St.
#71-Doug Free, OT Northern Illinois or Ryan Harris, OT Notre Dame
#108-H.B. Blades, ILB Pittsburgh
#181-Kevin Boss, TE Western Oregon
#199-Usama Young, CB Kent St. or Courtney Brown, CB Cal Poly
#219-Garrett Wolfe, RB Northern Illinois
#225-Adam Podlesh, P Maryland
#238-Dan Mozes, C West Virginia or Dustin Fry, C Clemson

If Miami's draft plays out anything like this you can just call me Mr. Creamjeans.

I love Wolfe at 219. Would rather have Brendan Carney at 225.

zach8111
04-25-2007, 03:55 PM
Round One - Brady Quinn, QB, Notre Dame
If Quinn slips past Detroit and the Browns, Miami will seal a trade to move ahead of Minnesota in order to land its QB of the future. Quinn, already skilled in a pro offense, has the size and intangibles that any team requires in its QB. With Trent Green soon to land in Miami, Quinn will have a year developing before taking over.

Round Two - (pick one) - Ryan Kalil, C, USC A talented player with excellent technique and plenty of experience. Should start from day one in Miami.

Round Two - (pick two) (via NE Pats - Welker trade) - Ben Grubbs, G, Auburn Outstanding athlete with excellent quickness. Hard worker and still improving.

Round Three - Quentin Moses, DE, Georgia Outstanding athlete and pass rusher who struggled throughout his senior season.

Round Four - HB Blades, LB, Pittsburgh
Not the usual size of a pro LB but vastly experienced and productive. Would learn a great deal from Zach and co. Team leader and hard working.

Round Six - (pick one) - Josh Gattis, S, Wake Forest
Good size and has playmaking ability. Interesting prospect who is always around the ball. Led the ACC in special teams tackles.

Round Six - (pick two) TRADED TO KC for QB Trent Green

Round Seven - (pick one) - Mike Walker, WR, Central Florida
Good size and speed. Makes all the tough catches over the middle. Runs good routes. Durability is a concern though but should become a solid pro.

Round Seven - (pick two) (via STL Rams - Donnie Jones) - Courtney Brown, CB, Cal-Poly Brown has excellent size and speed. Comes from a small uni but has lots of potential and can also contribute on special teams.

Round Seven - (pick three) (via NE Pats - Welker trade) - Mike Otto, T, Purdue A developmental pick. Good size and feet and the nasty demeanour that coaches like in the hogs.

With this draft Miami gets its franchise QB that is has craved ever since Marino hung up his cleats. Two new offensive linemen, to protect Green and then Quinn, that should both go on to have long pro careers. Mike Otto would be expected to develop over two seasons before challenging for a playing spot. Mike Walker should challenge for the fourth receiving spot and could contribute on special teams.

Moses, Gattis, Brown and Blades will be expected to contribute in certain defensive situations as well as special teams. Blades is the heir to Zach Thomas. Moses will challenge Matt Roth to start opposite JT and could replace him when he retires. Gattis and Brown will challenge for spots within the secondary and could become key parts of dime and nickel packages.

Miami's weakness is the offense and in particular, the offensive line. Cameron has already stated that the line will be addressed during the draft, remembering how San Diego re-stocked its o-line the same way. This should solidify the offense in the long term.
then who do we trade to move up. you still have us getting all 10 picks. so what pick do you trade to get quinn. that would change the who draft if we our 2b pick and would leave us without a G. even though grubb wont be there

RonnieBrownTown
04-25-2007, 04:30 PM
I think it is good I like it a lot but I think we need to pick up a Wr with one of our second round picks