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MiamiDolfan85
07-31-2009, 11:54 AM
ROUND ONE

1-TB=Carlos Dunlap,DE out of Florida(6'6",290)
[Carlos is a good player,who still has room to grow,and lots to learn,but if all accomplished,he can be a dominant DE for the Bucs 4-3]

2-DET=Trent Williams,OT out of Oklahoma(6'5",308)
[...Trent is going to be solid pro,and reminds me a lot of Ryan Clady]

3-STL=Sam Bradford,QB out of Oklahoma(6'4",218)
[hmmmm,I think Bradford made the right chocie in not coming out.He avoids the worst team in the league,and goes to a team that has est. talent already.You have one of the best RB's,and a couple good players on defense]

4-CLE=Sergio Kindle,OLB out of Texas(6'4",242)
[Kindle is the number one linebacker coming into the draft,and could be the pass rushing threat for the Brown 3-4 defense]

5-OAK=Eric Berry,SS out of Tennesse(5'11",203)
[W/ Berry comnig out early,I gotta put him number 1 on the DB list.Berry is the best DB prospect to come out since Sean Taylor]

6-KC=Ndamukong Suh,DT out of Nebraska(6'4",300)
[KC is getting better,but this defense needs help(believe it or not) more than the offense.You start in the trenches,in stopping the run.Stopping the run,helps force passing situations.But you need a dominant big at the DT positon,and Suh can be that guy]

7-NYJ=Arrelious Benn,WR out of Illinois(6'2",220)
[Jerricho is nothing more than a number 2 WR,and Clowney is a slot guy at best,and the Jets have no real threat at WR,and getting Benn will definately be an upgrade]

8-SEA(from DEN)=Russell Okung,OT out of Okalahoma State(6'6",305)
[This o-line isnt too good on paper.Walter Jones is nearing the end,and a new LT is the biggest need for this team]

9-SF=Jevan Snead,QB out of Ole Miss(6'3",216)
[Getting your number 1 WR last year,your going to have a QB to get the ball to him.Snead has all the tools and intagibles to be a good QB in the NFL]

10-JAC=Gerald McCoy,DT out of Oklahoma(6'4",295)


11-SEA=Johnathan Dwyer,RB out of Georgia Tech(5'11",235)
[Dwyer is pretty fast for someone who is 235 pounds.He reminds me...at times,of Ronnie Brown of the Phins'.Good hands,can break takes,and isnt afaird of contact,but can breakaway if given a hole]

12-DEN(from CHI)=Terrance Cody,NT out of Alabama(6'5",365)
[Cody might not be the pass rusher,but I think he can eat the holes,and collapse the pocket fairly well for the Broncos]

13-CIN=C.J. Spiller,RB out of Clemson(5'11",195)
[Spiller is exactly the player the Bengals need.A passing team,with a need of a back with pass catching ability,and overall game-changing talent]

14-DAL=Taylor Mays,FS out of USC(6'3",230)
[WR is a must on this team....BUT C'MON....how can you pass up Taylor Mays?!!?]

15-BUF=Bryan Bulaga,OT out of Iowa(6'6",312)
[JP(not da QB....lol) left,so now its time to fill void at the left tackle position]

16-GB=Lawrence Marsh,DE out of Florida(6'3",305)
[Lawrence has pass rushing ability,and is sure too blow up this season playing on a nationally acknowledged team]

17-HOU=Major Wright,FS out of Floida(6'0",205)
[Major had a few off-field issues,but other than that a solid prospect]

18-WAS=George Selvie,OLB out of South Florida(6'4",245)
[The linebacking core this team is either to old,just decent,or just arent good enough.They got Orakpo for the DE spot,but they need someone to play standing up]

19-NO=Jerry Hughes,DE/OLB out of TCU(6'2",248)
[Will Smith is getting up there,and Grant aleady there,and pass rushing is in dier need for the Saints]

20-MIA=Brandon Spikes,ILB out of Florida(6'4",253)
[Miami needs a starter at the other ILB positon opposite Crowder.Adoyele is nice,but not a productive player,and everyone else is either a backup or ST players]

21-TEN=Tevard Lindley,CB out of Kentucky(6'0",178)
[Lindley is the best CB in the draft,and Houston can use some more help in the secondary]

22-BAL=Rolando McClain,ILB out of Alabama(6'4",250)
[McClain is just TOO good a ILB to pass up.He would be an instant upgrade,and would most likely start day 1 for the Ravs...no questions asked]

23-ARZ=Joe Haden,CB out of Florida(5'11",190)
[Haden is good in technique,and has great recovery speed.Other than Cromartie,I cant name another CB on that roster.Rod is gone,and a hole is created]

24-SD=Arthur Jones,DE out of Syracuse(6'3",302)
[Olshansky left after last season,so its time to find a proper replacement]

25-MIN= Tim Hiller,QB out of Western Michigan(6'5",222)
[All I can say is,if Joe FLacco can blow up for being over 6'5",220 pounds,and have a cannon for an arm,while palying at a small school,the door should be open for Hiller....at least cracked,a little]

26-NE=Jermaine Gresham,TE out of Oklahoma(6'6",260)
[Watson has been unknown forth past 2 seasons,and at the look of it,theres not much of a trheat at TE for this team behind him...]

27-ATL=Sean Witherspoon,OLB out of Missouri(6'1",245)
[Mike Peterson is a nice addition,but he is in his 30's,and the LBing core wasnt impressive to begin with.Witherspoon is not a boom or bust project.I see him as one of the sure things in this draft.Size,strength,speed,and experience]

28-NYG=Ahmad Black,SS out of Florida(5'9",194)


29-IND=Geno Atkins,DT out of Georgia(6'1",290)
[Geno is a pass rushing DT,who can make a play in the backfreild,and is everything a DT in this sysytem should be]

30-SF(from CAR)=Ras-I Dowling,CB out of Virginia(6'2",200)
[Walt Harris is about done,Clements is getitng up their,and the rest of the entire secondary can....honestly be upgraded,but for now,we go w/ CB]

31-PIT=Kristofer O'Dowd,C out of USC(6'5",300)
[Its no secret that this offensive line has been troublnig the past couple of years,and the C positon is one of the soucres of it,and can get instantly upgraded with O'Dowd]

32-PHI=Greg Hardy,DE out of Ole Miss(6'4",265)
[The defense is getting younger,and better,and the trend continues with Hardy]

ROUND TWO

33-TB=Dez Bryant,WR out of Oklahoma State(6'2",215)

34-DET=Everson Griffen,DE out of USC(6'3",265)

35-STL=Brandon LaFell,WR out of LSU(6'3",207)

36-CLE=Chris Brown,RB out of Oklahoma(6'1",210)

37-OAK=Anthony Davis,OT out of Rutgers(6'6",325)

38-KC=Sam Young,OT out of Notre Dame(6'8",330)

39-NYJ=Kam Chancellor,FS out of Virginia Tech(6'4",226)

40-DEN=Boo Robinson,DE out of Wake Forest(6'2",302)

41-SF=Jared Odrick,DE/NT out of Penn State(6'5",305)

42-NE(from JAC)=DeMarco Murray,RB out of Oklahoma(5'11",210)

43-SEA=Rashad Jones,SS out of Georgia(6'2",212)

44-CHI=Corey Wootton,DE out of Northwestern(6'7",265)

45-CIN=Kyle Hix,OT out of Texas(6'7",320)

46-DAL=Golden Tate,WR out of Notre Dame(5'11",185)

47-BUF=Malcom Smith,OLB out of USC(6'1",225)

48-GB=Donovan Warren,CB out of Michigan(6'0",200)

49-HOU=Nate Allen,FS out of South Florida(6'1",206)

50-WAS=Charles Brown,OT out of USC(6'6",308)

51-NO=Vince Oghobasse,DT out of Duke(6'6",309)

52-MIA=[B]Ricky Sapp,OLB out of Clemson(6'4",250)

53-NE(from TEN)=Rob Gronkowski,TE out of Arizona(6'6",260)

54-BAL=Mardy Gilyard,WR out of Cincinnati(6'0",198)

55-ARZ=Renne Curran,OLB out of Georgia(5'11",228)

56-SD=Morgan Burnett,FS out of Georgia Tech(6'1",210)

57-MIN=Darrell Stuckey,SS out of Kansas(6'1",205)

58-NE=Selvish Capers,OT out of West Virginia(6'5",298)

59-KC(from ATL)=Jermaine Cunningham,OLB out of Florida(6'3",253)

60-NYG=John Estes,C out of Hawaii(6'2",295)

61-IND=Bruce Carter,OLB out of North Carolina(6'3",233)

62-CAR=Brandon Lang,DE out of Troy(6'4",256)

63-PIT=Ciron Black,OT out of LSU(6'5",325)

64-PHI=D'Anthony Smith,DT out of Louisana Tech(6'2",298)

ROUND THREE

65-TB=Patrick Robinson,CB out of Florida State(5'11",194)

66-DET=Sean Lee,MLB out of Penn State(6'2",236)

67-STL=Ed Dickson,TE out of Oregon(6'4",245)

68-CLE=Sergio Render,OG out of Virginia Tech(6'3",318)

69-OAK=Eric Norwood,OLB out of South Carolina(6'0",252)

70-KC=Micah Johnson,ILB out of Kentucky(6'3",256)

71-NYJ=Jeff Owens,DE out of Georiga(6'2",306)

72-DEN=Syd'Quan Thompson,CB out of California(5'9",188)

73-SF=Dan Williams,NT out of Tennesse(6'2",325)

74-JAC=Eric Decker,WR out of Minnesota(6'2",215)

75-SEA=Dan LaFevour,QB out of Central Michigan(6'3",236)

76-CHI=Anderson Russell,FS out of Ohio State(6'0",205)

77-CIN= Colt McCoy,QB out of Texas(6'2",214)

78-DAL=Jason Fox,OT out of Miami(6'7",310)

79-BUF=Jervis Jenkins,DT out of Clemson(6'4",305)

80-GB=Cameron Heyward,DE out of Ohio State(6'6",287)

81-HOU=Mike Johnson,OG out of Alabama(6'5",305)

82-WAS=Joe McKnight,RB out of USC(6'0",200)

83-NO=Evan Royster,RB out of Penn State(6'1",217)

84-MIA=[B]Orlando Franklin,OG out of Miami(6'7",334)

85-TEN=Dekoda Watson,OLB out of Florida State(6'2",236)

86-BAL=Tyson Alualu,DE out of California(6'2",295)

87-ARZ=Anthony McCoy,TE out of USC(6'5",255)

88-SD=Mike Pouncey,OG out of Florida(6'5",320)

89-MIN=Dominique Franks,CB out of Oklahoma(6'0",190)

90-NE=A.J Edds,OLB out of Iowa(6'4",246)

91-ATL=Kyle Galloway,OT out of Iowa(6'7",318)

92-NYG=Thomad Austin,OG out of Clemson(6'3",315)

93-IND=Jordan Shipley,WR out of Texas(6'0",196)

94-CAR=Steven Schilling,OT out of Michigan(6'5",305)

95-PIT=DeMarcus Granger,DE out of Oklahoma(6'2",302)

96-PHI=Rodderick Muckelroy,OLB out of Texas(6'2",235)

ROUND FOUR

97-TB=Ian Williams,DT out of Notre Dame(6'2",310)

98-DET=Myron Rolle,SS out of Florida State(6'2",212)

99-STL=Denis Pitta,TE out of BYU(6'5",248)

100-CLE=Adam Ulatoski,OT out of Texas(6'8",305)

101-OAK=Jacoby Ford,WR out of Clemson(5'9",186)

102-KC=Chris McGaha,WR out of Arizona State(6'1",198)

103-NYJ=Antonio Coleman,OLB out of Auburn(6'1",254)

104-DEN=Tony Pike,QB out of Cincinnati(6'6",218)

105-SF=Harry Coleman,SS out of LSU(6'2",208)

106-JAC=Andre Roberts,WR out of Citedal(5'11",180)

107-SEA=Brandon Ghee,CB out of Wake Forest(6'0",191)

108-CHI=Curtis Brown,CB out of Texas(6'1",185)

109-CIN=Mike Williams,WR out of Syracuse(6'2",205)

110-DAL=Obi Ezeh,ILB out of Michigan(6'2",245)

111-BUF=Perrish Cox,CB out Oklahoma State(6'0",185)

112-GB=Jeron Mastrud,TE out of Kansas State(6'5",253)

113-HOU=Jarret Brown,QB out of West Virginia(6'3",222)

114-WAS=Kendall Smith,MLB out of Florida State(6'1",230)

115-NO=J.D. Walton,C out of Baylor(6'3",305)

116-MIA=Kenrick Ellis,NT out of Hampton(6'5",340)

117-TEN=Maurkice Pouncey,C out of Florida(6'5",318)

118-BAL=Nate Byham,TE out of Pittsburgh(6'4",258)

119-ARZ=Zane Beadles,OT out of Utah(6'4",308)

120-SD=David Gilreath,WR out of Wisconsin(5'11",168)

121-MIN=Carolton Mitchell,WR out of South Florida(6'4",212)

122-NE=Daryl Washington,ILB out of TCU(6'2",224)

123-ATL=Shareece Wright,CB out of USC(6'0",185)

124-NYG=Darryl Sharpton,MLB out of Miami(5'11",235)

125-IND=Josh McNeil,C out of Tennessee(6'4",286)

126-CAR=Bryan Anderson,WR out of Central Michigan(6'5",205)

127-PIT=Max Hall,QB out of BYU(6'1",205)

128-PHI=Brandon Banks,WR out of Kansas State(5'7",154)


The Run Down:

Spikes-no words needed...

Sapp-6'4",250 pound outside linebacker who runs a 4.56,and is a pass-rusher,and has a solid frame to get bigger,stronger,and quicker....

Franklin-need GOOD solid backup guards,cause Im telling you guys,and Tony can turn Franklin into a top-tier RG....some of the backups we have wouldnt make the cut of a SP on the elite teams in the league....besides,Donald only palyed one game,so theres still a chance he wont pan out.....

Ellis-from Hampton,a 3-4 school,just like Langford,and able to pick up the scheme in no time.....


MORE TO COME....


what are your thoughts?

hooshoops
07-31-2009, 11:01 PM
my thoughts are the two best available players in next years draft excluding qbs are suh and berry.

eric berry is a better pro safety prospect than sean taylor hands down.

and suh is the best nose prospect in quite some time. a better prospect than ngata when he came out.

and ngata has become the young monster at the position. suh offers the same versatility and even more upside.

Valandui
08-01-2009, 01:56 AM
If we get Spikes I will be ecstatic.

RealDriscoll
08-03-2009, 02:50 PM
Not a bad draft but give the Fins Jerry Hughes

Kdawg954
08-05-2009, 10:18 AM
Spikes or Suh would be amazing, but hopefully both are gone (because they both are top 15, and I'm hoping we are better than that this year).

Dez Bryant still on the board, wow.

RealDriscoll
08-05-2009, 10:44 AM
Ndaukong Suh is a meaner and stronger Haloti Ngata

Eric Berry is an Ed Reed like playmaker

Jerry Hughes is Demarcus Ware 2.0

Roman529
08-05-2009, 05:08 PM
Spikes or Jerry Hughes would be fantastic.

phinfan33
08-09-2009, 05:06 PM
Ndaukong Suh is a meaner and stronger Haloti Ngata

Eric Berry is an Ed Reed like playmaker

Jerry Hughes is Demarcus Ware 2.0out of those 3...Hughes is the one we have the best bet to draft...

JCane
08-14-2009, 12:40 AM
eric berry is a better pro safety prospect than sean taylor hands down.

Woooooooooooah...slow down there.

:err:

Kdawg954
08-21-2009, 09:29 AM
my thoughts are the two best available players in next years draft excluding qbs are suh and berry.

eric berry is a better pro safety prospect than sean taylor hands down.

and suh is the best nose prospect in quite some time. a better prospect than ngata when he came out.

and ngata has become the young monster at the position. suh offers the same versatility and even more upside.


He is good, he isn't that good. Sean Taylor was arguably the most physcially gifted college safety of all time.

It would have been a thing of beauty to watch him and Landry man the safety position for years to come.

TedSlimmJr
08-21-2009, 05:41 PM
He is good, he isn't that good. Sean Taylor was arguably the most physcially gifted college safety of all time.

It would have been a thing of beauty to watch him and Landry man the safety position for years to come.


Yep..."arguably" being the key word...

From a triangle numbers perspective.....Sean Taylor was the prototype so to speak....but Ed Reed was the better safety in college....he had the better career....

If you were to ask me who was the best NFL safety of those two....it's still Ed Reed...

Eric Berry is on his way to having an Ed Reed type collegiate career.....and they're basically clones of one another....both physically...and mentally....Berry is a film junkie who is always in the right place...

Berry may not be 6-3, 230....but he PLAYS like he is....he plays the game of football to those specs....rather than the Ed Reed(ish), 5-11, 200 that he is...

I watched this guy knock TWO Alabama players out of the game literally within 5 plays of each other....just because they tried to catch the football....

...and when he picks it off....he's like Ed Reed with the ball in his hands....he's like an offensive player....he's probably going to take to the house...thus why he leads ALL college football players in Interceptions...Interceptions Per Game...and Interceptions Returned for Touchdowns.....

...and he was only a sophomore....

He's as good of a defensive back as I've EVER seen in college football....and I've been watching it for almost 40 years....

#1dolphinsfan
08-21-2009, 06:41 PM
i dont think Dez Bryant will last tell the second round

#1dolphinsfan
08-21-2009, 06:42 PM
my thoughts are the two best available players in next years draft excluding qbs are suh and berry.

eric berry is a better pro safety prospect than sean taylor hands down.

and suh is the best nose prospect in quite some time. a better prospect than ngata when he came out.

and ngata has become the young monster at the position. suh offers the same versatility and even more upside.
I dont know about that i think sean taylor is one of the best College Safteys ever and if he was still alive he would probably be the best S in the NFL. with him and leon landry as the S i think they would have had the best S tandom in the nfl

#1dolphinsfan
08-21-2009, 06:47 PM
Yep..."arguably" being the key word...

From a triangle numbers perspective.....Sean Taylor was the prototype so to speak....but Ed Reed was the better safety in college....he had the better career....

If you were to ask me who was the best NFL safety of those two....it's still Ed Reed...

Eric Berry is on his way to having an Ed Reed type collegiate career.....and they're basically clones of one another....both physically...and mentally....Berry is a film junkie who is always in the right place...

Berry may not be 6-3, 230....but he PLAYS like he is....he plays the game of football to those specs....rather than the Ed Reed(ish), 5-11, 200 that he is...

I watched this guy knock TWO Alabama players out of the game literally within 5 plays of each other....just because they tried to catch the football....

...and when he picks it off....he's like Ed Reed with the ball in his hands....he's like an offensive player....he's probably going to take to the house...thus why he leads ALL college football players in Interceptions...Interceptions Per Game...and Interceptions Returned for Touchdowns.....

...and he was only a sophomore....

He's as good of a defensive back as I've EVER seen in college football....and I've been watching it for almost 40 years....
yes but you have to remember that Sean Taylor was only in the league for 4 years before he was killed and he was still getting better Offensive players was terrified of Sean Taylor most of the people in the NFL are more scared of ed reeds covrage ablity