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Thread: My 1st of many: Full 1st Round Mock Draft

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    My 1st of many: Full 1st Round Mock Draft

    1. 49ers-Aaron Rogers, QB, California
    9ers hope he can become franchise signal-caller. Better prospect coming out than his predicessor at Cal, Kyle Boller.

    2. Dolphins-Ronnie Brown, RB, Auburn
    Perfect fit for Scott Linehan's offense. Can do it all.

    3. Browns-Alex Smith, QB, Utah
    Very football cognicent and aware on the field. Browns need a young QB.

    4. Bears-Braylon Edwards, WR, Michigan.
    Bears hope he's not a replica of that "other" 1st round WR from Michigan.

    5. Buccaneers-Carnell Williams, RB, Auburn
    John Gruden loves this guy, and he's finally found his back for his versitile offense.

    6. Titans-Adam Jones, CB, West Virginia
    Great cover guy that can ease the pain of losing Samari Rolle.

    7. Vikings-Mike Williams, WR, USC
    You can't replace Randy Moss, but he will fit in great with Culpepper. They will address defense with their second first round pick.

    8. Cardinals-Cedric Benson, RB, Texas
    Benson can't shake his "Ricky-esque" rep, but Denny Green needs a RB and he's taken chances on players with baggage before.

    9. Redskins-Derick Johnson, LB, Texas
    'Skins go for BPA. What a LB tandem they will have. Johnson will replace Pierce, who they lost to New York.

    10. Lions-Antrel Rolle, CB, Miami
    Will be a formidable presence to go along with Dre' Bly.

    11. Cowboys-Dan Cody, DE, Oklahoma
    Parcells needs a young stud pass rusher, Cody fits the bill.

    12. Chargers-Carlos Rodgers, CB, Auburn
    Team is not too happy with Sammy Davis, and Rodgers is a great cover corner.

    13. Texans-Alex Barron, T, Florida State
    Texans want to have David Carr around for a long time, and Barron will be protecting him for years to come.

    14. Panthers-Troy Williamson, WR, South Carolina
    They lost Muhammad, so they replace him with one of the fastest WR's in the draft. Delhomme will love him.

    15. Chiefs-Marcus Spears, DE, LSU
    High-motor DE who plays the run first. Chiefs need run D.

    16. Saints-Jamaal Brown, T, Oklahoma
    A mauler who will pave the way for Deuce McAllister and cement the right side of the line.

    17. Bengals-Thomas Davis, S/LB, Georgia
    Athletic play-maker that Marvin Lewis has been looking for.

    18. Vikings-Channing Crowder, LB, Florida
    Has some off the field issues, but will give the Vikes a big, athletic presence to go behind that awesome defensive line.

    19. Rams-David Pollack, DE, Georgia
    Haven't had a big pass rusher opposite Little since Wistrom left.

    20. Cowboys-Roddy White, WR, UAB
    Fast-riser will be a fast, down the field target for Drew Bledsoe.

    21. Jaguars-Erasmus James, DE, Wisconsin
    Slipped a bit with a poor 40 time, but a great pass rusher that Del Rio needs.

    22. Ravens-Shawn Merriman, DE/OLB, Maryland
    Will fit in perfectly with Ravens 3-4 defense.

    23. Seahawks-Shaun Cody, DT/DE, USC
    Holmgren still looking for defensive line help.

    24. Packers-Fabian Washington, CB, Nebraska
    Pack still having nightmares of Drew Bennett burning them on that Monday night game. Washington ran a 4.28. Perfect fit.

    25. Broncos-Demarcus Ware, DE/OLB, Troy
    High-motor guy will fit in with Denver's new 3-4 scheme.

    26. Jets-Marlin Jackson, CB, Michigan
    Jets have young potential on the D, but need secondary help.

    27. Falcons-Mark Clayton, WR, Oklahoma
    Maybe the steal of the draft, Clayton may become Atlanta's best WR.

    28. Chargers-Jerome Mathis, WR, Hampton
    Had a great combine. Has excellent speed and good size. Chargers need a WR.

    29. Colts-Barrett Rudd, LB, Nebraska
    Rudd, Nebraska's all time-leading tackler, gives Indy a tough athletic linebacker they desperately need.

    30. Steelers-Heath Miller, TE, Virginia
    Dropped a bit because of health concerns, but will give Big Ben a target in the middle of the field.

    31. Eagles-Roscoe Parish, WR, Miami
    He could go late 1st or early 2nd, but Eagles need another solid WR and Parish can also return kicks.

    32. Patriots-Khalif Barnes, T, Washington
    Pat's tackles are aging, and Barnes is a young athletic pass protector.




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    I think our pick at #2 all depends on how Saban handles the RB position....

    If Saban is able to work out a trade prior to the draft for Bennett / James / Alexander / Johnson {KC} / or Henry, we wont be drafting RB at #2 IMO.

    We'd then be able to either trade down, or draft a WR at #2....

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    Quote Originally Posted by BLITZKRIEG
    think our pick at #2 all depends on how Saban handles the RB position....

    If Saban is able to work out a trade prior to the draft for Bennett / James / Alexander / Johnson {KC} / or Henry, we wont be drafting RB at #2 IMO.

    We'd then be able to either trade down, or draft a WR at #2....
    I was basing it on what our current situation is.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DolphinDevil28
    1. 49ers-Aaron Rogers, QB, California
    9ers hope he can become franchise signal-caller. Better prospect coming out than his predicessor at Cal, Kyle Boller.

    2. Dolphins-Ronnie Brown, RB, Auburn
    Perfect fit for Scott Linehan's offense. Can do it all.

    3. Browns-Alex Smith, QB, Utah
    Very football cognicent and aware on the field. Browns need a young QB.

    4. Bears-Braylon Edwards, WR, Michigan.
    Bears hope he's not a replica of that "other" 1st round WR from Michigan.

    5. Buccaneers-Carnell Williams, RB, Auburn
    John Gruden loves this guy, and he's finally found his back for his versitile offense.

    6. Titans-Adam Jones, CB, West Virginia
    Great cover guy that can ease the pain of losing Samari Rolle.

    7. Vikings-Mike Williams, WR, USC
    You can't replace Randy Moss, but he will fit in great with Culpepper. They will address defense with their second first round pick.

    8. Cardinals-Cedric Benson, RB, Texas
    Benson can't shake his "Ricky-esque" rep, but Denny Green needs a RB and he's taken chances on players with baggage before.

    9. Redskins-Derick Johnson, LB, Texas
    'Skins go for BPA. What a LB tandem they will have. Johnson will replace Pierce, who they lost to New York.

    10. Lions-Antrel Rolle, CB, Miami
    Will be a formidable presence to go along with Dre' Bly.

    11. Cowboys-Dan Cody, DE, Oklahoma
    Parcells needs a young stud pass rusher, Cody fits the bill.

    12. Chargers-Carlos Rodgers, CB, Auburn
    Team is not too happy with Sammy Davis, and Rodgers is a great cover corner.

    13. Texans-Alex Barron, T, Florida State
    Texans want to have David Carr around for a long time, and Barron will be protecting him for years to come.

    14. Panthers-Troy Williamson, WR, South Carolina
    They lost Muhammad, so they replace him with one of the fastest WR's in the draft. Delhomme will love him.

    15. Chiefs-Marcus Spears, DE, LSU
    High-motor DE who plays the run first. Chiefs need run D.

    16. Saints-Jamaal Brown, T, Oklahoma
    A mauler who will pave the way for Deuce McAllister and cement the right side of the line.

    17. Bengals-Thomas Davis, S/LB, Georgia
    Athletic play-maker that Marvin Lewis has been looking for.

    18. Vikings-Channing Crowder, LB, Florida
    Has some off the field issues, but will give the Vikes a big, athletic presence to go behind that awesome defensive line.

    19. Rams-David Pollack, DE, Georgia
    Haven't had a big pass rusher opposite Little since Wistrom left.

    20. Cowboys-Roddy White, WR, UAB
    Fast-riser will be a fast, down the field target for Drew Bledsoe.

    21. Jaguars-Erasmus James, DE, Wisconsin
    Slipped a bit with a poor 40 time, but a great pass rusher that Del Rio needs.

    22. Ravens-Shawn Merriman, DE/OLB, Maryland
    Will fit in perfectly with Ravens 3-4 defense.

    23. Seahawks-Shaun Cody, DT/DE, USC
    Holmgren still looking for defensive line help.

    24. Packers-Fabian Washington, CB, Nebraska
    Pack still having nightmares of Drew Bennett burning them on that Monday night game. Washington ran a 4.28. Perfect fit.

    25. Broncos-Demarcus Ware, DE/OLB, Troy
    High-motor guy will fit in with Denver's new 3-4 scheme.

    26. Jets-Marlin Jackson, CB, Michigan
    Jets have young potential on the D, but need secondary help.

    27. Falcons-Mark Clayton, WR, Oklahoma
    Maybe the steal of the draft, Clayton may become Atlanta's best WR.

    28. Chargers-Jerome Mathis, WR, Hampton
    Had a great combine. Has excellent speed and good size. Chargers need a WR.

    29. Colts-Barrett Rudd, LB, Nebraska
    Rudd, Nebraska's all time-leading tackler, gives Indy a tough athletic linebacker they desperately need.

    30. Steelers-Heath Miller, TE, Virginia
    Dropped a bit because of health concerns, but will give Big Ben a target in the middle of the field.

    31. Eagles-Roscoe Parish, WR, Miami
    He could go late 1st or early 2nd, but Eagles need another solid WR and Parish can also return kicks.

    32. Patriots-Khalif Barnes, T, Washington
    Pat's tackles are aging, and Barnes is a young athletic pass protector.




    OK, Discuss!

    (Hey Mods, where's my Draft Guru label?)
    By far this is the best mock draft I've seen..Good Job..
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    No way does Heath Miller last that long. And I find it hard to believe Roscoe parrish will go in the 1st rd, much less the first 2 rounds at all. But other than that, Pretty Good!!!!!!!!!
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    Ronnie Ronnie Ronnie!!!!!!!!!!!! i can hear this cheer at Dolphins Stadium already.
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    In our current situation, I think you nailed it!!...

    RB R. Brown at #2....

    PHINZ RULE!!! :evil:
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    Quote Originally Posted by NorthFloridaFin
    No way does Heath Miller last that long.
    Read my explination about him.
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    No way Merriman lasts until 22.
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