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felipen123
11-25-2009, 03:46 PM
1) Cleveland- Eric Berry S
2) St Louis- Sam Bradford QB
3) Tampa Bay- Ndamukong Suh DT
4) Detroit- Gerald McCoy DT
5) Seattle- Russell Okung LT
6) Washington- Jake Locker QB
7) Buffalo- Trent Wiliams LT
8) Oakland- Taylor Mays S
9) Kansas City- Roland McClain ILB
10) Denver- Carlos Dunlap DE
11) San Francisco- Jimmy Clausen QB
12) New York Jets- Greg Hardy DE
13) San Francisco- Earl Thomas S
14) Tennessee- Joe Haden CB
15) Atlanta- Derrick Morgan DE
16) Houston- Cj Spiller RB
17) Baltimore- Dez Bryant WR
18) Miami- Sean Weatherspoon OLB/ILB
19) Green Bay- Anthony Davis LT
20) Pittsburgh- Jahvid Best RB
21) Jacksonville- Tim Tebow QB
22) Philadelphia- Sergio Kindle OLB
23) Seattle- Jonathan Dywer RB
24) New York Giants- Jerry Hughes DE
25) Arizona- Terrance Cody NT
26) Cincinnati- Marvin Austin NT
27) San Diego- Arrelius Benn WR
28) Dallas- Brian Price DT
29) New England- Brandon Spikes ILB
30) Minnesota- Colt McCoy QB
31) New Orleans- Jared Odrick DT
32) Indianapolis- Patrick Robinson CB

33) Cleveland- Jermaine Gresham TE
34) St Louis- Damian Williams WR
35) Tampa Bay- Brandon Lafell WR
36) Detroit- Perrish Cox CB
37) Kansas City- Nate Allen S
38) Buffalo- Jerry Hughes OLB
39) Washington- Bryan Bulaga LT
40) Oakland- Darryl Washington LB
41) Seattle- Arthur Jones DT
42) New York Jets- Dan Williams DT
43) San Francisco- Navorro Bowman LB
44) Tampa Bay- Everson Griffen DE
45) New England- Ed Dickson TE
46) Carolina- Mardy Gilliard WR
47) Miami- Dezmon Briscoe WR
48) Denver- Jevan Snead QB
49) Kansas City- Selvish Capers RT
50) New England- Jason Pierre Paul DE
51) Houston- Vince Oghobasse DT
52) Green Bay- Corey Wooten DE/OLB
53) Philadelphia- Kyle Wilson CB
54) Baltimore-Jimmy Graham TE
55) New York Giants- Eric Norwood OLB
56) San Diego- Toby Gerhart RB
57) Dallas- Ciron Black LT
58) Pittsburgh- Chansi Stuckey S
59) Indianapolis- Micah Johnson ILB
60) New England- Joe Mcknight RB
61) Arizona- Anthony McCoy TE
62) New Orleans- Brandon Lang OLB
63) Cincinnati- Mike Iupati OG
64) Minnesota- Tyson Alualu NT

houtz
11-26-2009, 01:29 AM
Nice mock.

After reading this I decided to do some research on Briscoe. Wow is all I can say. Definitely looks like he has what it takes to be a very good WR in the NFL. I wouldn't be surprised if he's someone the trifecta looks at. He's not 1st round material but in the 2nd/3rd he'd be a GREAT pick up IMO.

3rdandinches
11-26-2009, 02:15 AM
How many times can Hughes get drafted,lol!!! Never heard of a guy being a first and second round pick!

3rdandinches
11-26-2009, 02:19 AM
Personally if we're going WR in the 2nd then I want G.Tate, he catches everything, makes large YAC and flat out makes plays.

Also Weatherspoon is alittle small for a BP player, S.Kindle or Hughes would be more like it.

Lord Of Miami
11-26-2009, 02:55 AM
Personally if we're going WR in the 2nd then I want G.Tate, he catches everything, makes large YAC and flat out makes plays.

Also Weatherspoon is alittle small for a BP player, S.Kindle or Hughes would be more like it.

You never know with Bill.

He may look at Weatherspoon and see another Tedy Bruschi who's the same size and was a OLB in college as well but played as a ILB in the nfl.

Some sites have him as 6'2 " both our starting ILB's right now are 6'2" and on others sites have him at 6'1.

Anyways they would not draft him to play as a 3-4 OLB with Bill running things i agree with that.

ticophin
11-26-2009, 11:31 AM
In intrigues me how MT. Cody will perform in the Combine....But the prospect of having a true anchor for the 3-4, a dominant force to stop the run for many years, is tempting....Then again, his size is equally as intriguing. Too big? Sure, in paper, but he can move like a gimnast (a plus sized one)...I dunno, Ill let the experts judge this one...Big Gamble Here!!!

houtz
11-26-2009, 11:53 AM
Personally if we're going WR in the 2nd then I want G.Tate, he catches everything, makes large YAC and flat out makes plays.

Also Weatherspoon is alittle small for a BP player, S.Kindle or Hughes would be more like it.

I agree. I wouldn't be shocked if Briscoe was there in the 3rd. There are just to many WRs coming out next season. After the first wave of receivers, Bryant/Benn/Lafell/etc... there's a second wave in which I believe Tate and Briscoe fall into.

Picking up two WRs in the first three rounds IMO should be a necessity.

ticophin
11-26-2009, 06:13 PM
Man I would absolutely LOVE IT if we somehow picked up an extra second next draft...But then again, every draft I wish for the same, and I dunno if Im happy right now with the way we used it on White...

MadDog 88
11-26-2009, 07:11 PM
No way I see Lafell falling past Miami.

FinsFanatic777
11-27-2009, 05:49 PM
If Rolando McClain is gone, and Dez Bryant gets picked the pick before us, I will flip out

Roman529
11-27-2009, 09:41 PM
I don't see Berry or Mays going that soon....I think Berry will probably go around the 10th pick and Mays probably at the bottom of the first round...his stock at USC is really dropping fast. I think Suh or a QB goes first, no team is going to pony up a gauranteed $45 million on a d-back unless he is the 2nd coming of Deion Sanders.

I think Jerry Hughes of TCU will go before #24, and we could be picking him around #15-#18. I would love McClain in a Phin's uniform but I think he will be gone before we pick. Nice job overall as I think most of big names are there for the first round.

Dr. Phin
11-27-2009, 09:55 PM
I don't see Berry or Mays going that soon....I think Berry will probably go around the 10th pick and Mays probably at the bottom of the first round...his stock at USC is really dropping fast. I think Suh or a QB goes first, no team is going to pony up a gauranteed $45 million on a d-back unless he is the 2nd coming of Deion Sanders.

I think Jerry Hughes of TCU will go before #24, and we could be picking him around #15-#18. I would love McClain in a Phin's uniform but I think he will be gone before we pick. Nice job overall as I think most of big names are there for the first round.

I agree regarding both Berry and Mays. In the games I have seen of both of them, they pretty much didn't do anything. He also tends to go for the big hit; instead of playing the ball. As for Mays, I simply don't see the hype in him at all.