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DKphin
03-18-2009, 10:09 AM
1. Percy Harvin WR Florida(5'11" 195lbs.)
Mr. Versatility. Harvin can play WR/RB/PR/KR-Hell, if needed, he could probably be a DB. When talking about his speed, I've said that Percy is as fast as he has to be. If you put him up against a 4.5 guy he will be 4.4. When Chris Rainey challenged he and Jeff Demps to an impromp to race, Rainey lost to Demps(who by the way ran the 2nd fastest 100m in HS(10.01) and almost made the Olympic Sprint Team) and beat him once. He raced Percy twice and lost both times. I get a kick out of these guys who say that Harvin can not run routes. I know the spread is not the best preparation for the NFL, but Harvin has the God-given talent and desire to make an impact in the NFL. In college he ran crisps routes. I never saw him round off his routes, everything was squared off.

2a.Clint Sintim OLB Virginia(6'3" 254lbs.)
Was a 2nd Team All-ACC in 2008, only because there is another guy in conference named Aaron Curry. He can deliver the big hit, get to the quarterback, drop into coverage and has the size to be a dominating linebacker in the NFL. He has the versatility both play ILB and OLB. He has drawn physical comparisons to Lawrence Taylor, but lacks the all out drive of LT. But if we can get him motivated and avoid those stretches where he coasts along, we would have one Hell of a Linebacker.

2b. Darius Butler CB Connecticut(5'11" 190)
One of the best cover corners in the draft. He is always looking for the big play and has the ability to make it. He is not the most physical CB, but his coverage skills make up for any lack of physicallity. Butler has the ability(if there is such a thing with advantages the offenses have in the passing game) to be a shut down corner in the NFL.

3. Kraig Urbik OG Wisconsin(6'6" 326)
He is exactly what Sparano is looking for: a big physical road grader for the OL. He has the versatility the coach is looking for to play either RT or RG. His footwork has been a concern, but it did improve this past year. He has the ability to trap and pull. He can get to the second defender. Lastly, he is strong as an OX.

4. Dominique Johnson CB(6'1"190)
While he is not the prospect that Dominique-Rogers Cromartie was, he is not far behind. He possess excellent ball skills and speed running a 4.39/40. He is a former Missouri Tiger and finished his senior campaign with 4 ints.

-After that BPA

jim1
03-18-2009, 10:17 AM
1. Percy Harvin WR Florida(5'11" 195lbs.)
Mr. Versatility. Harvin can play WR/RB/PR/KR-Hell, if needed, he could probably be a DB. When talking about his speed, I've said that Percy is as fast as he has to be. If you put him up against a 4.5 guy he will be 4.4. When Chris Rainey challenged he and Jeff Demps to an impromp to race, Rainey lost to Demps(who by the way ran the 2nd fastest 100m in HS(10.01) and almost made the Olympic Sprint Team) and beat him once. He raced Percy twice and lost both times. I get a kick out of these guys who say that Harvin can not run routes. I know the spread is not the best preparation for the NFL, but Harvin has the God-given talent and desire to make an impact in the NFL. In college he ran crisps routes. I never saw him round off his routes, everything was squared off.

2a.Clint Sintim OLB Virginia(6'3" 254lbs.)
Was a 2nd Team All-ACC in 2008, only because there is another guy in conference named Aaron Curry. He can deliver the big hit, get to the quarterback, drop into coverage and has the size to be a dominating linebacker in the NFL. He has the versatility both play ILB and OLB. He has drawn physical comparisons to Lawrence Taylor, but lacks the all out drive of LT. But if we can get him motivated and avoid those stretches where he coasts along, we would have one Hell of a Linebacker.

2b. Darius Butler CB Connecticut(5'11" 190)
One of the best cover corners in the draft. He is always looking for the big play and has the ability to make it. He is not the most physical CB, but his coverage skills make up for any lack of physicallity. Butler has the ability(if there is such a thing with advantages the offenses have in the passing game) to be a shut down corner in the NFL.

3. Kraig Urbik OG Wisconsin(6'6" 326)
He is exactly what Sparano is looking for: a big physical road grader for the OL. He has the versatility the coach is looking for to play either RT or RG. His footwork has been a concern, but it did improve this past year. He has the ability to trap and pull. He can get to the second defender. Lastly, he is strong as an OX.

4. Dominique Johnson CB(6'1"190)
While he is not the prospect that Dominique-Rogers Cromartie was, he is not far behind. He possess excellent ball skills and speed running a 4.39/40. He is a former Missouri Tiger and finished his senior campaign with 4 ints.

-After that BPA


That's a damn good mock, it would be nice if Sintim and Butler fell to us, I don't know. Thank you for being a knowledgeable poster regarding Percy Harvin, it's nice to see that for a change.

Orlando Fan
03-18-2009, 10:26 AM
I think Havin will be gone before #25. Other than that it looks good to me.

studsatele
03-18-2009, 10:40 AM
i personally think we are in a position that we cant go wrong, any route we go. harvin wouldnt be at the top of my list. but it wouldnt break my heart if we took him. but his injury history really, really gives me pause. but his talent is unreal. plus he would be a nightmare outta the wildcat.

Pitbull13
03-18-2009, 10:58 AM
Harvin will be gone at 25, Sintim will be gone by 2a, Butler will be gone by 2b. Also I would rather have Herman Johnson.

jim1
03-18-2009, 11:13 AM
Harvin will be gone at 25, Sintim will be gone by 2a, Butler will be gone by 2b. Also I would rather have Herman Johnson.

A couple of minutes ago on ESPN-local JAX sports writer/sportscaster said that, depending on the availability of Maclin and Monroe, the Jags would strongly consider Harvin at #8. That should tell you something. Some of these mocks that have Harvin slipping out of the 1st round make me laugh.

Oraclepz
03-18-2009, 11:33 AM
everything looks great.... except for percy harvin.... i would love to trade that 1st for another 2nd and 3rd and draft Sidbury and Herman Johnson

DKphin
03-18-2009, 12:06 PM
03/08/09 - Connecticut's Darius Butler said Miami and Baltimore ''are showing a lot of interest'' in him, and NFL Network's Mike Mayock said Butler could be the best corner available to Miami at No. 25. Butler, from Coral Springs Charter, said he saw general manager Jeff Ireland at some of his games; met with Ireland and Tony Sparano at the Senior Bowl and NFL combine and got good feedback from Bill Parcells in January ``The first thing he said was how much stuff he heard about me from [Dolphins guard and ex-college teammate] Donald Thomas.'' Butler, a cousin of Willis McGahee, ''has the best feet and change of direction in the draft,'' Mayock said. ''He would be hard to turn down [at No. 25] because of his feet and speed.'' Butler, just over 5-10, can battle taller receivers because of a 43-inch vertical jump. Mayock's only concern is ``he's 183 pounds and somewhat selective in how physical he is.'' Butler, who got scholarship offers from only Connecticut, FAU and Indiana, said he improved by working with Deion Sanders recently. ''Miami would be a dream,'' he said at Santana Moss' charity event Tuesday. Many expect Ohio State's Malcolm Jenkins (6-0) and Illinois' Vontae Davis (5-11) to be gone before No. 25. But ESPN's Todd McShay said "Davis' stock is dropping after he failed to impress teams on and off the field'' at the combine. - Barry Jackson, The Miami Herald
http://www.nfldraftscout.com/searchcollege.php?draftyear=2009&colabbr=C

After reading this about Darius and guessing your probably right about Percy being gone when we pick, I'll have to revise my draft.



''Miami would be a dream,'' he said at Santana Moss' charity event Tuesday.


If Miami is his dream, let's make his dream come true. Are you listening, Jeff?

zach8111
03-18-2009, 12:38 PM
all them guys are a pick too late IMO, they will all be gone

skipp2myloo13
03-18-2009, 02:56 PM
Percy is box of kitten soft, and will be gone.
Sintim is first round talent adn will be gone.
Butler wont make it to 44, so ya.
very unrealistic

miamiron
03-18-2009, 03:06 PM
NO to Harvin
GOD NO!

GoonBoss
03-18-2009, 03:16 PM
Percy is box of kitten soft, and will be gone.
Sintim is first round talent adn will be gone.
Butler wont make it to 44, so ya.
very unrealistic

:lol2: That one cracked me up dude. :dietcokescreen:

JC
03-18-2009, 03:23 PM
Harvin will be gone at 25, Sintim will be gone by 2a, Butler will be gone by 2b. Also I would rather have Herman Johnson.

Harvin will probably be gone. A lot of places have Sintim slipping into the second round.