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  • Day 2- Fan wants

    I got Bored and Decided to troll redit and other Draft boards to find out what other Fans from different teams are hoping to land Tomorrow, i made a mock out of it so for the people who care...

    Redskins-Xavier Su'a-Filo
    Browns-Marqise Lee
    Atlanta-Kyle Van Noy
    Tampa-Joel Bitonio
    Jags-Kony Early
    Seahawks-Morgan Moses
    Bills-Cyrus Kouandijo
    Titans-Carlos Hyde
    Giants-Jace Amaro
    Rams-Lamarcus Joyner
    Lions-Pierre Desir
    Steelers-Stephon Tuitt
    Cowboys-Ra'Shede Hageman
    Ravens-Gabe Jackson
    Jets-Jordan Matthews
    Dophins-Austin Seferian-Jenkins
    Bears- Tim Jernigan
    Cardinals-Demarcus Lawrence
    Packers-Davante Adams
    Eagles-Jarvis Landry
    Bengals-Marcus Martin
    49’s-Donte Moncrief
    Chargers-Jeremiah Attaochu
    Saints- Stanley Jean-Baptiste
    Colts- Dion Bailey
    Panthers-Cody Latimer
    Pats-Troy Niklas

    So what do you guys think about it? I know its just fan wants but it kinda gives a good look at team needs. I think we got a good shot at MLB

  • #2
    Inside Linebacker - You have Borland available, I see. That would be my pick. What I would like to see is a trade up to ensure that they get Borland. This year's 2nd and next year's 2nd rounder to move up into the 40-45 range would be sweet
    Last edited by ThreeGees; 05-09-2014, 04:45 AM.


    • #3
      Id love Borland and grab Brandon Coleman in the third even if we have to move up


      • #4
        I want to grab RT Tiny Richardson with our second and go WR, another CB, or maybe MLB in the third. Not a fan of Borland, think we can address MLB later in draft.


        • #5
          My prefered action would be to trade next years 1st for an early 2nd. Then I would grab Kony Ealy or Jordan Matthews. At #63 I would go OL, MLB Christian Jones, or RB Bishop Sankey.
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          • #6
            Originally posted by FlowdaBroncoFan View Post
            My prefered action would be to trade next years 1st for an early 2nd. Then I would grab Kony Ealy or Jordan Matthews. At #63 I would go OL, MLB Christian Jones, or RB Bishop Sankey.
            Josh Mcdaniels? Is that you?


            • #7
              Norris' Best Available: Day 2

              1. NT Louis Nix, Notre Dame

              NFL Comparison: Flashes of Vince Wilfork

              Where He Wins: Lines up as a nose tackle or shade in a three man front. Can work over top of a block and create penetration at the same time. Stops momentum very quickly and changes direction well for a big man. Has the leg drive to penetrate face up and strength to shed it close spaces. Can disrupt the run upfield or hold his spot with anchor versus the run. Has some Vince Wilfork to him.

              Where He Fits: Likely a one or zero shade in a three man front, but don’t rule him out of four man fronts.

              2. DT Will Sutton, Arizona State

              NFL Comparison: La’Roi Glover (credit to Matt Waldman)

              Where He Wins: Sutton takes advantage of space. Whether it be shooting past reach blocks in the sliver of time afforded to him thanks to an animated first step and forward lean, or hand use and quick feet to generate that separation on his own, Sutton finishes with closing speed. His flexibility to bend and gain positive positioning is tough to find.

              Where He Fits: Likely as a three technique in a four man front, could play some in pass rushing situations.

              3. DT Ra’Shede Hageman, Minnesota

              NFL Comparison: Michael Brockers with less of a natural anchor but more pass rush upside.

              Where He Wins: Predominantly used as a 1/0 technique this season. Obviously has a natural anchor. Improving hand use to create separation. Flashes of good athleticism for someone his size. Has the necessary power and leg drive to keep his opposition off balance.

              Where He Fits: Appears his career can be taken on one two ways, either as a 1 in an even front or 5 technique in an odd front. I bet he will test well at the Combine, leading many to pick the latter, but I prefer him inside. Needs to deliver a consistent initial punch.

              4. TE Jace Amaro, Texas Tech

              NFL Comparison: Does some Jimmy Graham-like things, but more along the lines of what many want Vance McDonald to be.

              Where He Wins: A matchup nightmare. Uses his frame against corners and safeties to gain a positional advantage. Can do the same with safeties while creating space with fluid routes. An easy mover against linebackers. Has always been a willing blocker in space, but he has added an inline blocking element to his game. Getting stronger at the catch point when climbing the ladder. Presents some yards after catch skills.

              Where He Fits: A receiving tight end in 12 personnel. Can play out on the edge, in the slot, and has added an inline blocking element to his game.

              5. G Xavier Su’a-Filo, UCLA

              NFL Comparison: Louis Vasquez

              Where He Wins: Has great balance, rarely on the ground. Does not possess a punishing first punch, but certainly has the movement skills to mirror defensive linemen and is active when looking for rushers.

              Where He Fits: Has experience at tackle but should play guard at the next level.

              6. QB Derek Carr, Fresno State

              NFL Comparison: Jay Cutler

              Where He Wins: Has an incredible arm, not only when discussing velocity but also touch. Is forced to throw a lot of screens, but flashes upside as a vertical passer when given the opportunity. Shows athleticism when scrambling outside of the pocket. Aren’t many windows he can’t test.

              Where He Fits: Doesn’t always throw from a balanced base but has improved willingness to take a hit on release.

              7. Edge player Jeremiah Attaochu, Georgia Tech

              NFL Comparison: Cliff Avril

              Where He Wins: Line him up wide as a 7 or 9 and let him run to a spot in the backfield. Explosive off the snap and can win around the corner, on inside moves, or when engaging into the opponents’ chest.

              Where He Fits: Many will attempt to project him to an outside linebacker role and drop Attaochu into coverage. I do not see it. He played that role through his junior season, but was so much better as a senior with limited responsibilities in a disruption role.

              8. Edge player Scott Crichton, Oregon State

              NFL Comparison: Some Charles Johnson in his style of play.

              Where He Wins: Power rusher who wins through his blocker. Deliver a strong punch with extension to keep them off balance and on skates. Can shed after generating depth. Powerful finisher and strong run defender thanks to his ability to shed. Obtains backfield vision well.

              Where He Fits: Does not bend well, so straight-line assignments and responsibilities will be best.

              9. Off LOS LB Telvin Smith, FSU

              NFL Comparison: Danny Trevathan

              Where He Wins: Closing speed is outstanding. Much more physical than many prospects his size, strong finisher. Has enough trail speed to stick with crossing routes and has a knack for undercutting the receiver. Has enough length to fight off blocks. Attacks the downhill gaps to make tackles for loss.

              Where He Fits: I read a lot of evaluators wanting to move Smith to safety, further away from the football. Why? I disagree with this idea. I think Smith can thrive as a nickel backer early in his career. 2) We get too focused on fitting prospects into position labels rather than focusing on responsibilities.

              10. OL Brandon Thomas, Clemson

              NFL Comparison: Rodger Saffold

              Where He Wins: Has a great first punch and an athletic lower half to mirror pass rushers on the edge or prevent them from working inside. That athleticism and length will prevent him from being knocked for lack of ideal height. Can bend at the knee, absorb and redirect momentum. Has enough of a grip to keep opponent latched when initial line is thwarted.

              Where He Fits: I can see Thomas as a tackle or guard. Has shown the ability to work in tight spaces, but also did a great job on an island against Clowney.

              11. TE Troy Niklas, Notre Dame

              NFL Comparison: Baby Gronk?

              Where He Wins: Displays good speed when running down the seam. Has flashed winning with breaking routes or bodying defensive backs at the catch point. A very good blocker for the position.

              Where He Fits: It is difficult to project Niklas right now. First, his best trait is blocking. He was kept in during pass protection situations because of it. But receiving and complete TE skills are there.

              12. WR Marqise Lee, USC

              NFL Comparison: Reggie Wayne with drop issues.

              Where He Wins: Long, lean strider. Best as a straight-line receiver. Doesn't mind chipping the edge when in motion or finishing off runs with low shoulder. Obvious burst of quickness in first or second step, then it builds after that. Lines up in the slot and outside, smooth runner in his breaks to avoid contact. Frequently sent in motion. Hands catcher. Can make people miss in the open field, but doesn't have outstanding lateral agility.

              Where He Fits: Likely outside receiver who gets vertical with fluid routes and long speed. Can easily peel back patterns and create separation when working towards the quarterback.

              13. S Terrence Brooks, FSU

              NFL Comparison: Poor man's Jairus Byrd

              Where He Wins: Loves to tackle at waist level. Recognizes and reacts to plays more often than he can finish them. Not afraid to fill the lane and lower the shoulder to stop a running back's momentum. Displays good range to undercut passes at the catch point. Even baits the QB.

              Where He Fits: Has free safety experience, which is tough to come by in this class. Lots of single high looks where he is the last line of defense.

              14. TE Austin Seferian-Jenkins, Washington

              NFL Comparison: Martellus Bennett

              Where He Wins: Displays enough agility to be detached from the line of scrimmage but also can in inline. Has the body control to win at the catch point. Movement skills are there to win in the short and intermediate areas. Can be a more than adequate blocker when willing.

              Where He Fits: Likely an inline TE but is not stuck there.

              15. OL Joel Bitonio, Nevada

              NFL Comparison: Riley Reiff

              Where He Wins: Very athletic lower half. More of an occupier than power blocker, but it works for him. Bends at the knees and ankles to absorb momentum and redirect it. That compensates for lack of upper body strength.

              Where He Fits: Could see him as a guard or tackle, but I prefer him at the former. Rushers with a head of steam tend to get under his pads and generate initial push.


              • #8
                16. WR Cody Latimer, Indiana

                NFL Comparison: Braylon Edwards

                Where He Wins: Big, fast in a straight-line, can create separation at the catch point and has extremely reliable hands. Can win against man along the sideline and has body control to haul in catches. Willing run blocker.

                Where He Fits: Perimeter receiver who could do his best vertically early against corners who struggle to obtain vision or adjust.

                17. CB Bashaud Breeland, Clemson

                NFL Comparison: Sam Shields

                Where He Wins: Very adept at finding the football and attacking the catch point. Worked in off and press coverage. Good at mirroring receivers movements, handles stems and seems to understand alignment tells. A very aggressive corner who competes with the ball in the air and is usually in position to do so.

                Where He Fits: Does not seem to be scheme specific. Has also spent time as boundary and field corner.

                18. G Trai Turner, LSU

                NFL Comparison: Larry Warford

                Where He Wins: Extremely physical. Goes hunting for defenders when uncovered. Is very good at pulling and trapping. Athletic for his size. Strong upper half, which tends to lead to waist bending, but signs of progress were there. Wants to block until the whistle, even downfield.

                Where He Fits: It is in the realm of possibility Turner becomes the top guard form this class. He can run "power" in pulling/trapping scheme or push head up defender.

                19. DL Kony Ealy, Missouri

                NFL Comparison: Michael Bennett

                Where He Wins: Majority of sacks came on a bull rush. Understands getting his hands up to deflect if path to QB is blocked. Has good movement skills to take advantage of space or gaps in offensive line. Think he will win most consistently as an interior rusher in sub-packages rather than sticking on the outside.

                Where He Fits: Plenty have mentioned that Ealy could stand up next to a three man front. I prefer him as an edge rusher who works inside, but stronger punch and leg drive could help with edge push.

                20. Edge player Demarcus Lawrence, Boise State

                NFL Comparison: Olivier Vernon

                Where He Wins: Has very good length and flashes hand use. On-field movement skills are much better than tested times. Flashes some bend as well to turn the corner. Powerful finisher. Quick moves to beat extended tackles inside.

                Where He Fits: Could see him down in an even front or standing up next to a three man line.

                21. C Weston Richburg, Colorado State

                NFL Comparison: Nick Hardwick

                Where He Wins: More of an occupier than road grader. Can get to the second level and seal lanes. Active in pass protection. Was asked to make pre-snap reads and checks.

                Where He Fits: Anchor the middle of a team's offensive line. Doubt he can play guard.

                22. Off LOS LB Kevin Pierre-Louis, Boston College

                NFL Comparison: Danny Trevathan

                Where He Wins: Closing speed is outstanding. Can locate and chase down with ease. Fairly sound in coverage at the position as well. Plays bigger than size. Does not mind knifing through gaps for tackles for loss.

                Where He Fits: Likely as a weakside linebacker and nickel backer.

                23. Off LOS LB Kyle Van Noy, BYU

                NFL Comparison: Koa Misi

                Where He Wins: One of the more consistent players in this class. You know what you are going to get. Knows how to use his hands to take advantage. Knows how to shed to make tackles inside or out.

                Where He Fits: Strong side linebacker, possibly on the line of scrimmage.

                24. T Morgan Moses, Virginia

                25. RB Devonta Freeman, FSU

                26. OL Cyrus Kouandjio, Alabama

                27. WR Bruce Ellington, South Carolina

                28. WR Jarvis Landry, LSU

                29. DT Caraun Reid, Princeton

                30. TE CJ Fiedorowicz, Iowa

                31. CB Terrance Mitchell, Oregon

                32. CB Phillip Gaines, Rice


                • #9
                  If Ealy, KVN, Sutton are there we should be looking good.


                  • #10
                    Hopegully one of the top guys falls ex. KVN, Moses bitonio. Otherwise I'd go Tiny Richardson. We can grab a Nickle lb in the third or 4th


                    • #11
                      Originally posted by ThreeGees View Post
                      Inside Linebacker - You have Borland available, I see. That would be my pick. What I would like to see is a trade up to ensure that they get Borland. This year's 2nd and next year's 2nd rounder to move up into the 40-45 range would be sweet
                      I really hope we land Borland. When I was trolling around reddit, Packer fans and Cowboy fans wanted to take Christian Jones that LB from Florida state. Max Bullough from Mich state was up there to but they think they can nab them 3 round.
                      Last edited by maddenking27; 05-09-2014, 07:38 AM.


                      • #12
                        Originally posted by IHaveBRONC-itus View Post
                        Id love Borland and grab Brandon Coleman in the third even if we have to move up
                        DITTO! I vote for this too!


                        • #13
                          Originally posted by lvbronx View Post
                          Josh Mcdaniels? Is that you?
                          Its not a bad idea if you dont miss on a guy. Alphonso Smith was a bad target then. If we did it for Ealy, Matthews, Sankey, or Attaochu I dont think it is a bad move.
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                          • #14
                            Keith McGill out of Utah. Long corner, VERY physical. Athletic FREAK


                            • #15
                              Originally posted by Bronco in UT View Post
                              Keith McGill out of Utah. Long corner, VERY physical. Athletic FREAK
                              I love McGill, but no way do we go B2B CB. Has to be OL, RB, LB/DE, or WR.
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