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  • Bowie Man
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    Originally posted by housemouse View Post
    I like it a lot.

    I would rather have Jarron Gilbert in the 2nd instead of Ziggy. This is the reason why http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rXDSPbZ_OUw
    6-5 288lb, a perfect fit as a 3-4 DE.

    English I like(d), but he came in the combine at something around 277lbs and ran a pretty slow 40. Too slow for a rush-olb at least. Maybe he can drop some weight and gain some speed, Idk, if he couldn't than Clay would be my pick.

    Vaughn will most likely go in the 3rd, and maybe even the 2nd.


    Overall I like your mock a lot, it greatly resembles the mock I keep in my head (2b,3,4a,5a,5b).
    I like Gilbert, but from what I've heard he doesn't fit our system right. I don't exactly know why, but it sounds like he's a 1-technique and we need a 2-technique, or something like that. English can lose the weight if we want him too, he's played smaller(in the 260's I think), and should be a very good transitional guy. I knew Vaughn was likely to be gone, that's just the latest I think he can go(that's why it's ideal). But as I mentioned before, I also like Emanuel Cook or Kevin Barnes.

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  • housemouse
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    I like it a lot.

    I would rather have Jarron Gilbert in the 2nd instead of Ziggy. This is the reason why http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rXDSPbZ_OUw
    6-5 288lb, a perfect fit as a 3-4 DE.

    English I like(d), but he came in the combine at something around 277lbs and ran a pretty slow 40. Too slow for a rush-olb at least. Maybe he can drop some weight and gain some speed, Idk, if he couldn't than Clay would be my pick.

    Vaughn will most likely go in the 3rd, and maybe even the 2nd.


    Overall I like your mock a lot, it greatly resembles the mock I keep in my head (2b,3,4a,5a,5b).

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  • Sequence
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    Originally posted by Bowie Man View Post
    7a and b.) Whoever has a surprise fall. Let me know what you think.
    With 7A I would draft Drew Willy, QB, Univ at Buffalo (look him up on the combine sites, quite impressive) and with 7B, the best kicker available. :go:

    Or vice-versa.

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  • Bowie Man
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    For Andre Smith, I think they would. According to the point chart it's a very even trade, we come out about 30 points on top. They have a huge need at OT and Smith fills it perfectly. Also, I think Vaughn has a chance at being there, but if not I wouldn't mind Emanuel Cook or Kevin Barnes.

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  • Corn_3024
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    Originally posted by Bowie Man View Post
    First off, I do not think Cutler or Marshall will get traded. I also have a trade in this draft, but I believe it's realistic and has a real shot at happening. I'm projecting that Brown, Orakpo, and Raji will be gone, but Andre Smith will be available. We trade down with the Eagles for their 1st(#21), 2nd, and 4th; and the Eagles get Smith. We take:

    1.) Larry English, OLB A great pass-rush specialist that fills arguably our biggest need. English could also play DE in the 4-3 if we needed. Alternates: Robert Ayers, OLB; Clay Matthews, OLB

    2a.) Ziggy Hood, DE/DT I think he'll be a very good 3-4 DE in the pros. He might enup being a good pass-rushing DE as well with that spin of his. Alternate: Fili Moala, DE/DT I'd rather have Hood, but he migt be gone.

    2b.) Jasper Brinkley, ILB I may have had him in every mock I've done, and he's steadily climbed the charts. I think he'll end up being a great player in the pros.

    3.) Chris Baker, NT The more I've heard of him, the more I like. Really tore it up at Hampton. He could be a steal here and should do well in a rotation. Alternate: Michael Hamlin, S If Baker isn't available Hamlin's a good option.

    4a.) Chip Vaughn, S Decent Safety that could develop into a solid starter. Probably would be Dawkin's backup.

    4b.) Javon Ringer, RB A patient runner with excellent hands and good vision. Should do well in the spread.

    5a.) AQ Shipley, C Good depth and could develop into our starting Center in a year or two.

    5b.) Patrick Turner, WR I actually wanted an OLB, but I couldn't think of any options better than Turner. Turner has good size and hands to be a decent backup.

    6.) Jeremy Navarre, DE Run-stopping DE. Depth pick.

    7a and b.) Whoever has a surprise fall

    Let me know what you think.
    You think the Eagles will give us three picks to move up 9 spots? I don't see Philly making that deal. Also don't see Chip being there in the 4th. If it did happen then great mock

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  • Bowie Man
    started a topic *Updated* Ideal Mock draft(realistic though)

    *Updated* Ideal Mock draft(realistic though)

    First off, I do not think Cutler or Marshall will get traded. I also have a trade in this draft, but I believe it's realistic and has a real shot at happening. I'm projecting that Brown, Orakpo, and Raji will be gone, but Andre Smith will be available. We trade down with the Eagles for their 1st(#21), 2nd, and 4th; and the Eagles get Smith. We take:

    1.) Larry English, OLB A great pass-rush specialist that fills arguably our biggest need. English could also play DE in the 4-3 if we needed. Alternates: Robert Ayers, OLB; Clay Matthews, OLB

    2a.) Ziggy Hood, DE/DT I think he'll be a very good 3-4 DE in the pros. He might enup being a good pass-rushing DE as well with that spin of his. Alternate: Fili Moala, DE/DT I'd rather have Hood, but he migt be gone.

    2b.) Jasper Brinkley, ILB I may have had him in every mock I've done, and he's steadily climbed the charts. I think he'll end up being a great player in the pros.

    3.) Chris Baker, NT The more I've heard of him, the more I like. Really tore it up at Hampton. He could be a steal here and should do well in a rotation. Alternate: Michael Hamlin, S If Baker isn't available Hamlin's a good option.

    4a.) Chip Vaughn, S Decent Safety that could develop into a solid starter. Probably would be Dawkin's backup.

    4b.) Javon Ringer, RB A patient runner with excellent hands and good vision. Should do well in the spread.

    5a.) AQ Shipley, C Good depth and could develop into our starting Center in a year or two.

    5b.) Patrick Turner, WR I actually wanted an OLB, but I couldn't think of any options better than Turner. Turner has good size and hands to be a decent backup.

    6.) Jeremy Navarre, DE Run-stopping DE. Depth pick.

    7a and b.) Whoever has a surprise fall

    Let me know what you think.
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