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03-10-2010, 11:59 PM
Most projections I get from CBS.com,as seen here:


And also,some is projected personally

1:Brandon Graham,SOLB out of Michigan(6'2",268)

[Miami will probably use Dansby to be a SOLB and ILB this year,which is a testament to his versitility.While Graham makes the transition to standing up,and playing in coverage.Very similar to Pittsburgh's Lamarr Woodley,and he said he compares his game to him and thanks him for all hes taught him.Graham showed that he had decent speed,running a 4.72 a 268,although Miami might want to cut 5-8 lbs. from him.He should be ready to contribute at a high level in year 2]

2-Demaryius Thomas,WR out of Georgia Tech(6'3",224)

[http://www.thefootballexpert.com/sco...rgia-tech.html (http://www.thefootballexpert.com/scouting-reports/demaryius-thomas-wr-georgia-tech.html)

Summary: Demaryius Thomas, nicknamed "Bay-Bay", is one of the most physical receivers in this year's draft. He displays great strength by his ability to break tackles, outplay defenders and beat press coverage at the line. He is very athletic and had a productive career at Georgia Tech. Although there is much to like about Thomas, there are some legitimate concerns about him. His lack of agility is something that will hurt him against NFL corners. His route running ability is another area of concern, mainly due to his inexperience in a pro style offense. He needs to learn a new offense and new routes. Those are two main concerns that I see with Thomas. However, Thomas is an extremely athletic receiver who has a tremendous amount of potential. He will most likely be a 2nd round pick.
MiamiHerald or Sun-Seninel(forgot who...) said the 'Phins are interest in Demaryius....Imma do my own summary on a later date.....lol]

3:Jimmy Graham,TE out of the U(6'6",260)

[Graham and Sparano have been spotted habing seperate conversations and indu-endos(what?) during the Senior Bowl.Looked real smooth,and athletic while running the WR gauntlet at the Combine,has natural hands,and posted a 4.57 and 10 inch hands,aswell as a 38.5 vert.Considered a mid-risk/very,very high reward.If Sparano can mold Graham into the TE he wants Jimmy to be,Jimmy Graham can truly be one of the best TEs in the game 3 years down the road]

4:Reshad Jones,FS out of Georgia(6'2",212)

He has good size at 6'2'', 212 pounds, but he needs to run consistently in the 4.4s in order to be an elite player at his position, especially once he reaches the NFL. A lot of scouts, however, think Jones will be a better player in the NFL than in college (which is saying a fair amount). He has all the physical tools to live up to those expectations, and he should be more effective when he does not have to do almost everything for an otherwise awful defense. With a good combine, Jones could move into the first round come 2010. The decision to return to school did not pay off in wins, but it could pay off in draft position


6:Al Woods,NT out of LSU(6'4",311)

[Pretty much an under-achiever at LSU.Parcells has ties with LSU,and has been quite fond with players coming out of Louisiana State.Im looking at Parcells history,and it just leads me to believe he'll stick to drafting developmental NT's,which is what Woods would be.He probably wont be fairly evaluated until about 3-4 years down the road,which leads me to believe Miami might make play for a stop-gap NT in the mean-time

[B]Al Woods, DT, LSU

At the moment, Woods is all style and not much substance. It's just hard to garner playing time when you are a linemen for LSU, as the Tigers could compete with almost any NFL team up front. Woods, now a junior, is backing up Charles Alexander at left defensive tackle while searching for playing time. When Woods is on the field, he has the talent to do some damage on the defensive front. He played six games as a freshman and 12 as a sophomore, starting once. In a limited role Woods still managed two sacks and three fumble recoveries. Like all Tiger linemen, Woods is blessed with great size and he can also run under 5.1 in the 40-yard-dash, a pretty decent clip for a man of his physical stature. He can be effective against both the run and the pass, so he simply needs more experience to show it. NFL scouts often draft wild cards based on pure physical ability as opposed to on-field exploits, so Woods could be a second-rounder in April's draft if he departs Baton Rouge early. Nonetheless, Woods would be wise to wait it out and get some real exposure as a senior. If he does that, he could realize his first-round talent as a 2010 pick
http://www.fftoolbox.com/nfl_draft/p...ospect_ID=1667 (http://www.fftoolbox.com/nfl_draft/profile_display.cfm?Prospect_ID=1667)]

6b:Walter Thurmond,CB out of Oregon(5'11",189)

[Walter has very good hands.Getting back to back 5 picks in '08,and '07(also psoted 103 tkls that same year).Extremely productive at OU.Should be a decent nickle,to say the least,as he has good hands,solid tackling,and good size]

6c-Dexter Davis,WOLB out of Arizona State(6'2",244)

6(comp pick per Nub):Rodderick Muckelroy,ILB out of Texas(6'2",247)

[ http://www.draftcountdown.com/ScoutingReports/OLB/Roddrick-Muckelroy.php ]

7:Robert Vaughn,FS out of Uconn(6",200)

[ http://www.uconnhuskies.com/sports/m..._robert00.html (http://www.uconnhuskies.com/sports/m-footbl/mtt/vaughn_robert00.html) ]

7b:Corey Peters,DE out of Kentucky(6'3",296)

03-11-2010, 12:23 AM
I like your 1st and the top 6th round picks everything else sucks.

03-11-2010, 12:54 AM
I like your 1st and the top 6th round picks everything else sucks.

I like the first few words you stated but the rest sucks.

03-11-2010, 12:57 AM
So we get a stud OLB, a potential #1 wr, a future stud TE and a real good FS in the 1st 4 rounds......sign me up.
Nice draft, very well done.

03-11-2010, 04:27 AM
I'd be VERY happy with that draft! Although I don't think there's any chance Jones falls to the 4th. But if he did, those would arguably be the best four picks we could make. Maybe Jeff Owens, Jones' teammate would be more likely there in the 4th.

03-11-2010, 04:54 AM
Looks good to me. I am intrigued by Al Woods. He had one of the best vertical jumps of all d-linemen at the combine at 6'4" 309 pounds. He also has real long arms 36" and huge hands 11". Plus he is strong and mobile and comes from a big time college program.

03-11-2010, 06:08 AM
The first 2 rounds I love. Everything else is pretty good too.

I wouldn't be surprised to see the actual draft look very similar to this.

03-11-2010, 08:27 AM
I would not be upset at all with that draft.

03-11-2010, 01:06 PM
Not bad the only thing I would change is I think round 3 is to early for Jimmy Graham I am sure we could find a better TE the him

03-11-2010, 01:17 PM
I like it tho maybe I'd rather have Pitta than Jimmy G that early.And one more thing, you'll never see a Tony Sparano draft where we don't take a single o-lineman.Trust me, we'll draft o-line as some point regarless of our o-line situation.

Ozzy rules!!

03-11-2010, 05:40 PM
Not bad at all. Love the the first four picks, not sure if Jones will be there in the fourth though, but overall it is pretty good.

03-11-2010, 05:52 PM
I'd be a little happier with a first four rounds like this:

1. B. Graham
2. D. Thomas
3. R. Sapp
4. B. Pitta

. . .

If we're not going to address FS in the draft, then let's not waste a pick on it. But, I couldn't complain too much about this mock. Good job.

03-12-2010, 12:13 AM
I really like the Dexter Davis pick. I think he will make a good OLB in the NFL.

03-12-2010, 12:20 AM
Love it!!

03-12-2010, 12:36 AM
first and second are good but maybe draft Cam with the third not Graham!!!

03-12-2010, 09:41 AM
Not bad the only thing I would change is I think round 3 is to early for Jimmy Graham I am sure we could find a better TE the him

Unfortuanately he has really become a bit overhyped after his performance in the combine and their is a lot of buzz surrounding him, rumors someone will snatch him mid to late 2nd round.