PDA

View Full Version : perfect miami mock draft



WatCanBrownDo4U
02-11-2008, 08:20 PM
1. Chris Long /DE
2a. Dominique Rodgers Cromartie/CB or James Hardy/ WR
2b.Joe Flacco/QB
3.Anthony Collins/LT

PerfectTeam
02-11-2008, 08:23 PM
i could live with that. will it happen that way, i dont think so as of right now.

#1dolphinsfan
02-11-2008, 08:45 PM
I could live with that draft i hope it happens

Phinfan31
02-11-2008, 08:50 PM
My version:

#1 - Chris Long - DE
#32 - DR Cromartie - CB
#59 - Sam Baker or Cherlius - OT
#65 - Martellus Bennett - TE

#1dolphinsfan
02-11-2008, 08:54 PM
My version:

#1 - Chris Long - DE
#32 - DR Cromartie - CB
#59 - Sam Baker or Cherlius - OT
#65 - Martellus Bennett - TE
Yea i acually like this one Better Sam Baker or Cherlius would be a Great Pick up so would Martellus Bennett

Roman529
02-11-2008, 09:39 PM
My version:

#1 - Chris Long - DE
#32 - DR Cromartie - CB
#59 - Sam Baker or Cherilus - OT
#65 - Martellus Bennett - TE

That would work for me...I just worry that Cromartie will get scooped up because of his speed, if he is gone I would like Fred Davis, TE, USC or James Hardy, WR, Indiana, at the # 32 spot.

#1dolphinsfan
02-11-2008, 09:47 PM
That would work for me...I just worry that Cromartie will get scooped up because of his speed, if he is gone I would like Fred Davis, TE, USC or James Hardy, WR, Indiana, at the # 32 spot.
Yea i think that if he is gone then we should go with Fred Davis i am pretty sure he will be there at #32

Just Win Baby
02-12-2008, 12:01 AM
1. Chris Long DE/OLB
2A. Kenny Phillips S
2B. Chad Henne QB
3. Martin Rucker TE
4. Demario Pressley DT

#1dolphinsfan
02-12-2008, 12:25 AM
1. Chris Long DE/OLB
2A. Kenny Phillips S
2B. Chad Henne QB
3. Martin Rucker TE
4. Demario Pressley DT
I dont think Kenny Phillips will be there at #32 but if he was that would be a nice pick up

newlownorder
02-12-2008, 01:05 AM
I dont think Kenny Phillips will be there at #32 but if he was that would be a nice pick up

Phillips is so hard to judge, some people have a mid 1st round grade on him, others have a 2nd round grade. I haven't seen enough Miami games this year to say either way. He's an interesting player who seems to be all over the place in terms of ranking, a good or bad combine will probably give us a better indication of where he goes.

Finole
02-12-2008, 05:35 AM
1. Chris Long /DE
2a. Dominique Rodgers Cromartie/CB or James Hardy/ WR
2b.Joe Flacco/QB
3.Anthony Collins/LT

I respectfully disagree. Here's my "perfect" draft for the Fins.

ROUND 1 (from Cincinnati) - Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie CB Tennesse St after trading with Cincinnati: their 1st and Chad Johnson for our 1st.

ROUND 2 (from Chicago) - Philip Wheeler ILB Georgia Tech after trading with Chicago (so they can finally get a QB): their 2nd and 4th for our 2nd.

ROUND 2 (from Minnesota) - Bruce Davis OLB UCLA after trading Jason Taylor to Minnesota.

ROUND 2 - Branden Albert OG Virginia or Roy Schuening OG Oregon St.

ROUND 3 (from Carolina) - Jamar Adams SS Michigan after trading with Carolina: their 3rd and 5th for our 3rd.

ROUND 4 - Lavelle Hawkins WR California.

ROUND 4 (from Chicago) - Erik Ainge QB Tennessee (in case John Beck doesn't work out).

ROUND 5 (from Carolina) - Spencer Larsen ILB Arizona.

ROUND 6 - Kellen Davis TE/DE Michigan St.

ROUND 6 (from St. Louis) - Jacob Hester FB LSU after trading Ricky Williams to St. Louis.

ROUND 7 - Benjarvus Green-Ellis RB Mississippi.

ROUND 7 (Compensatory pick) - Keilen Dykes DT/DE WVU.

The Aqua Crush
02-12-2008, 07:40 PM
If Cromartie fell to us in the 2A spot i would be ectatic. I dont' think it will happen, it will depend on the combine but if he did that would be a steal.

As for the top pick we can't go wrong with Long, Long, Dorsey and to a lesser extent Ryan, although i don't think we go down that road.

Since there is so much speculation the top pick is so subjective at this point. I like the 2-5 round picks listed above by several posters. A second round qb would be nice depth shall beck not turn out.

D-bolt
02-15-2008, 11:47 PM
I guess I'll throw my hat into the ring:

1- Glenn Dorsey: I know everyone is saying Long right now, but I think Dorsey is going to be a great one. This is not anything agaisnst Howies boy as he will be a good one, but I just think there's a higher upside for greatness with Dorsey.

2a-Anthony Collins: Has all the ability in the world to develop into a franchise LT...Solid blocker in both aspects of the game....Nice size with ability to still add more weight to his 6-6 frame.
http://www.nfldraftscout.com/ratings/profile.php?pyid=58312

2b-Jerod Mayo: NIce size and still has the ability to add more weight without affecting his natural athletic ability. Lead the the SEC in tackles in 2007. When he makes a hit, you hear it. Before anyone says he doesn't fit the Parcells LB mold look at Kevin Burnett a 2nd round pick by BP in Dallas. http://www.nfldraftscout.com/ratings/profile.php?pyid=33682

3-Justin King: His down season serves as a blessing for our Dolphins. This kid has everything athletically you look for in a top 5-10 pick. He might of been injured or his ego may have got the better of him, but he should be able to get back on track very easily. http://www.nfldraftscout.com/ratings/profile.php?pyid=56933

4-Trae Williams: Yes another CB; Williams doesn't get the attention that Jenkins gets, but when we look back 3yrs from now people are going to wonder how this guy fell to round 4. Williams is just a football player plain and simple. He might not be the flashiest, but he is very solid and makes plays on the ball. http://www.nfldraftscout.com/ratings/profile.php?pyid=13338

6-Tommy Blake: If this kid can drop some weight he could possibly be developed into an OLB rush specialist in the 3-4. At one time had a great 1st step and non stop motor, but had some issues come up during his senior season where he took a leave of absence from the team and came back out of shape. Why he left the team, I have no idea, but this question will be asked by every team during his interviews. The ability is there to be a great one, but is the drive? http://www.nfldraftscout.com/ratings/profile.php?pyid=13446

7-Keilen Dykes: Played DT for West Virginia, but has the size and all the athletic ability to convert over to a 3-4 DE. If the Phins can pick him up in the 7th round they have got themselves a solid DE for years to come. He holds up well against blockers and he always seemed to be the only one from WV front seven to consistently make plays. http://www.nfldraftscout.com/ratings/profile.php?pyid=9650

I know this is a very defensive heavy draft, but that's where we really need to get young. I think we'll pickup a TE in F/A and I also think we might be able to hit on some undrafted FA. I also see us picking up Bryant Johnson in FA also.

TonySporanoTuna
02-16-2008, 12:55 AM
Long is way too small to play end. He seems more like an LB in a 3-4 to me.

FinaticalOne
02-16-2008, 01:01 AM
Long is way too small to play end. He seems more like an LB in a 3-4 to me.

How do you figure WAY too small for end. He is 6'4 and about 290lbs. If he is way too small, than Jason Taylor has no business lining up at end. Taylor is 6'6 270lbs. Long is one of the biggest DEs in the draft this year.

Glacier
02-16-2008, 04:17 AM
Long is way too small to play end. He seems more like an LB in a 3-4 to me.

If he could slim down 20 pounds, sure. As it stands, he is a bit of a tweener. He is too small to play DE in the 3-4 and to big at this time, and perhaps, too slow, to play OLB in the 3-4.

His size indicates he should probably be a 4-3 DE.

Stitches
02-16-2008, 04:55 AM
I guess I'll throw my hat into the ring:

1- Glenn Dorsey: I know everyone is saying Long right now, but I think Dorsey is going to be a great one. This is not anything agaisnst Howies boy as he will be a good one, but I just think there's a higher upside for greatness with Dorsey.

2a-Anthony Collins: Has all the ability in the world to develop into a franchise LT...Solid blocker in both aspects of the game....Nice size with ability to still add more weight to his 6-6 frame.
http://www.nfldraftscout.com/ratings/profile.php?pyid=58312

2b-Jerod Mayo: NIce size and still has the ability to add more weight without affecting his natural athletic ability. Lead the the SEC in tackles in 2007. When he makes a hit, you hear it. Before anyone says he doesn't fit the Parcells LB mold look at Kevin Burnett a 2nd round pick by BP in Dallas. http://www.nfldraftscout.com/ratings/profile.php?pyid=33682

3-Justin King: His down season serves as a blessing for our Dolphins. This kid has everything athletically you look for in a top 5-10 pick. He might of been injured or his ego may have got the better of him, but he should be able to get back on track very easily. http://www.nfldraftscout.com/ratings/profile.php?pyid=56933

4-Trae Williams: Yes another CB; Williams doesn't get the attention that Jenkins gets, but when we look back 3yrs from now people are going to wonder how this guy fell to round 4. Williams is just a football player plain and simple. He might not be the flashiest, but he is very solid and makes plays on the ball. http://www.nfldraftscout.com/ratings/profile.php?pyid=13338

6-Tommy Blake: If this kid can drop some weight he could possibly be developed into an OLB rush specialist in the 3-4. At one time had a great 1st step and non stop motor, but had some issues come up during his senior season where he took a leave of absence from the team and came back out of shape. Why he left the team, I have no idea, but this question will be asked by every team during his interviews. The ability is there to be a great one, but is the drive? http://www.nfldraftscout.com/ratings/profile.php?pyid=13446

7-Keilen Dykes: Played DT for West Virginia, but has the size and all the athletic ability to convert over to a 3-4 DE. If the Phins can pick him up in the 7th round they have got themselves a solid DE for years to come. He holds up well against blockers and he always seemed to be the only one from WV front seven to consistently make plays. http://www.nfldraftscout.com/ratings/profile.php?pyid=9650

I know this is a very defensive heavy draft, but that's where we really need to get young. I think we'll pickup a TE in F/A and I also think we might be able to hit on some undrafted FA. I also see us picking up Bryant Johnson in FA also.

I'd like to see a TE or WR at rd 4, or a WR with physical talents (but not developed enough) in rd 7(we have two rd 7 picks remember), but I would still be extremely happy with this draft.

Coral Reefer
02-16-2008, 04:55 AM
If he could slim down 20 pounds, sure. As it stands, he is a bit of a tweener. He is too small to play DE in the 3-4 and to big at this time, and perhaps, too slow, to play OLB in the 3-4.

His size indicates he should probably be a 4-3 DE.

I don't agree with this.

He puts on 10-15 pounds and he's a fine size for a 3-4 DE.
He can play all over as he has at Virginia.
If he's used more in an OLB role, his own coach Al Groh said he may even be better if used as an OLB mold in the NFL.

There's no measure for talent, heart and smarts either.
If there was Zach Thomas never would have lined up at MLB as a pro bowler.

D-bolt
02-16-2008, 12:32 PM
I'd like to see a TE or WR at rd 4, or a WR with physical talents (but not developed enough) in rd 7(we have two rd 7 picks remember), but I would still be extremely happy with this draft.

Trust me I had to fight the urge for the drafting of the TE. The biggest one of my picks that may change might be Collins if we sign Flozell Adams. If that happens I'd take one of the top TE's. If we pickup another 6rd or 7rd comp pick I'd love to have Darius Reynaud. When I watched him play he reminded me of OJ Mcduff. in his tough running with the ball in his hand. He seems like he could develop into a really nice chain mover.

FINOMINAL
02-16-2008, 02:50 PM
I added my mock to my signature. I’m thinking we can add a couple of players through free agency and turn this team around pretty quick.

Stitches
02-16-2008, 02:50 PM
^Terrible mock.

McFadden isn't worth #1. Crable and Arrington won't last that long.

FINOMINAL
02-16-2008, 03:52 PM
Shouldn’t be news to you, but who in this draft is worth the number one? Jake Long isn’t, MAYBE Chris Long, Dorsey? Not to Miami. Ryan? No way. Ellis? I think it’s McFadden- and psst- start repeating it.

My mock is not so terrible if it happens…
Walters Football has Crable going in round four at pick 103 (our four is #96)
Draft Tek has Arrington going 191, end of the sixth, it isn’t that far off.
Arrington had some off-field problems that could cause him to fall.
Good luck with your picks.

Stitches
02-16-2008, 04:01 PM
Shouldn’t be news to you, but who in this draft is worth the number one? Jake Long isn’t, MAYBE Chris Long, Dorsey? Not to Miami. Ryan? No way. Ellis? I think it’s McFadden- and psst- start repeating it.

My mock is not so terrible if it happens…
Walters Football has Crable going in round four at pick 103 (our four is #96)
Draft Tek has Arrington going 191, end of the sixth, it isn’t that far off.
Arrington had some off-field problems that could cause him to fall.
Good luck with your picks.

Have fun crying when Mcfadden doesn't get picked by us #1. I'd take any of those other guys over him, even Ryan.

FINOMINAL
02-16-2008, 04:16 PM
Opinions are like the hole on Harry Potters broomstick…

Jed
02-17-2008, 12:49 AM
I guess I'll throw my hat into the ring:

1- Glenn Dorsey: I know everyone is saying Long right now, but I think Dorsey is going to be a great one. This is not anything agaisnst Howies boy as he will be a good one, but I just think there's a higher upside for greatness with Dorsey.

2a-Anthony Collins: Has all the ability in the world to develop into a franchise LT...Solid blocker in both aspects of the game....Nice size with ability to still add more weight to his 6-6 frame.
http://www.nfldraftscout.com/ratings/profile.php?pyid=58312

2b-Jerod Mayo: NIce size and still has the ability to add more weight without affecting his natural athletic ability. Lead the the SEC in tackles in 2007. When he makes a hit, you hear it. Before anyone says he doesn't fit the Parcells LB mold look at Kevin Burnett a 2nd round pick by BP in Dallas. http://www.nfldraftscout.com/ratings/profile.php?pyid=33682

3-Justin King: His down season serves as a blessing for our Dolphins. This kid has everything athletically you look for in a top 5-10 pick. He might of been injured or his ego may have got the better of him, but he should be able to get back on track very easily. http://www.nfldraftscout.com/ratings/profile.php?pyid=56933

4-Trae Williams: Yes another CB; Williams doesn't get the attention that Jenkins gets, but when we look back 3yrs from now people are going to wonder how this guy fell to round 4. Williams is just a football player plain and simple. He might not be the flashiest, but he is very solid and makes plays on the ball. http://www.nfldraftscout.com/ratings/profile.php?pyid=13338

6-Tommy Blake: If this kid can drop some weight he could possibly be developed into an OLB rush specialist in the 3-4. At one time had a great 1st step and non stop motor, but had some issues come up during his senior season where he took a leave of absence from the team and came back out of shape. Why he left the team, I have no idea, but this question will be asked by every team during his interviews. The ability is there to be a great one, but is the drive? http://www.nfldraftscout.com/ratings/profile.php?pyid=13446

7-Keilen Dykes: Played DT for West Virginia, but has the size and all the athletic ability to convert over to a 3-4 DE. If the Phins can pick him up in the 7th round they have got themselves a solid DE for years to come. He holds up well against blockers and he always seemed to be the only one from WV front seven to consistently make plays. http://www.nfldraftscout.com/ratings/profile.php?pyid=9650

I know this is a very defensive heavy draft, but that's where we really need to get young. I think we'll pickup a TE in F/A and I also think we might be able to hit on some undrafted FA. I also see us picking up Bryant Johnson in FA also.

We have the same top 3 picks! I agree 100% on those three! Dorsey is a perfect fit and #1 pick for us, and I agree that Mayo is a tackling machine like the one we just lost...

Jed
02-17-2008, 12:52 AM
I'd like to see a TE or WR at rd 4, or a WR with physical talents (but not developed enough) in rd 7(we have two rd 7 picks remember), but I would still be extremely happy with this draft.


Then I guess you would like mine (same top 3 picks, TE in round 4, WR in round 7...

Stitches
02-17-2008, 01:00 AM
Then I guess you would like mine (same top 3 picks, TE in round 4, WR in round 7...
I'd be very happy with that, lol.