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diamondbull424


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PostPosted: Wed Mar 13, 2013 7:15 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Here is our final pick of FFMD...
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diamondbull424 wrote:
The Baltimore Ravens bid pick #192 on WR, Mark Harrison, Rutgers
Tue Mar 12, 2013 10:27 am

The Baltimore Ravens claim... and officially draft Mark Harrison, Rutgers.
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The Baltimore Ravens select:
Mark Harrison, WR, Rutgers
6'3 230 lbs, Arm Length: 35", Hand Size: 9 5/8, BP: 17 reps, Forty: 4.46s, Vert: 38.5", 3 cone: 6.99s, BJ: 10'9", 20 shuttle: 4.33s, 60 shuttle: 11.72s
2012 Stats: 13 GS/13 GP
44 recs, 583 yds, 13.25 avg, 6 TDs
Career Stats: ? GS/? GP
Mark Harrison game tapes



Strengths
- Built more like an H-back than a receiver. Frame reminds me of Alshon Jeffery.
- Has incredibly long arms and great height for the position.
- Possesses some freakish athleticism to him, putting up one of the top 5 combine performances for a WR.
- He can make an impact in all areas of the field: short, intermediate, and deep.
- Has the size to be a productive redzone option.
- Athleticism in shorts translates to athleticism on the field.
- Can make the difficult catches look easy on ocassion.


Weaknesses
- Pretty inconsistent hands.
- Has never caught more than 44 balls in a season.
- Production doesn't match his athletic tools.


Grade: B (3 pts)
While Harrison isn't a steal production wise, he offers elite athletic measurables. He's a senior... and he's still raw. But his potential is off the charts. If he can get the right coaching and if he's willing to put in the work, he has the physical skillset to be a dominating #1 option. With a 6th round pick, one would be a fool to not at least put a flyer in on his potential. The Ravens, in this FFMD mock, are comfortable at the WR position, but we'd still like to add a prime talent. We didn't see the value to do that in earlier rounds, but Harrison has the potential to offer an amazing ROI for our receiving core at an insane value.

Player Comparison: Raw + poor man's Julio Jones


Available Cap Space: $2,957,893
New Cap Space: $2,552,893

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PostPosted: Wed Mar 13, 2013 7:22 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Our final depth chart...

Depth Chart wrote:
Backs (7)
QB: Joe Flacco, Tyrod Taylor
HB: Ray Rice, Bernard Pierce, Anthony Allen, Bobby Rainey
FB: Vonta Leach

Receivers (12)
WR1: Torrey Smith, Jacoby Jones, Mark Harrison, LaQuan Williams, Deonte Thompson
WR2: Anquan Boldin, Tandon Doss, Tommy Streeter, Tori Gurley
TE: Dennis Pitta, Ed Dickson, Steve Watson

OL (9)
LT: Barrett Jones, David Mims
LG: Kelechi Osemele, Ramon Harewood
OC: Gino Gradkowski, Doug Legursky
RG: Marshal Yanda
RT: Michael Oher, Jah Reid

DL (10)
RDE: Haloti Ngata, Arthur Jones, DeAngelo Tyson
NT: Terrance Cody, Antonio Garay
LDE: Pernell McPhee, Joe Kruger, Ryan McBean, Bryan Hall, Swanson Miller

LBs (12)
ROLB: Terrell Suggs, Adrian Hamilton
ILB1: Manti Te'O, Josh Bynes, Brendon Ayanbadejo
ILB2:Gerald Hodges, Jameel McClain, Brady James, Spencer Adkins
LOLB: Courtney Upshaw, Cornelius Washington, Albert McCellan

DB (10)
CB1: Lardarius Webb, Jimmy Smith
FS: Ed Reed, Omar Brown, Christian Thompson,
SS: Bernard Pollard, James Ihedigbo
CB2: Corey Graham, Chykie Brown, Asa Jackson

ST (3)
P: Sam Koch
PK: Justin Tucker
LS: Morgan Cox


Blue = Depth Need
Red = Talent Need
Bold = Need
Orange = New FA addition
Purple = Selected player
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PostPosted: Wed Mar 13, 2013 7:25 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

FFMD1 Draft 2013
1. Manti Te'O
2. Barrett Jones
3. Cornelius Washington
4. Gerald Hodges
5. Joe Kruger
6. Mark Harrison
7. Luke Marquardt
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PostPosted: Wed Mar 13, 2013 7:36 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

That's a pretty good looking draft. Obviously I'm not a fan of Washington but pass-rusher is a need (if you believe Washington can produce in that role anyways). I know I didn't give much input for the last couple of picks but I like them. I'm not too familiar with Harrison but this is what a Rutgers fan on another forum had to say about him:

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WR Mark Harrison: He's actually the guy who made me want to make this post. Our very own Shane P Hallam and ATL tweeted about Mark. His measurements are off the charts. Monster dude, strong, decent speed. Just somehow ALWAYS seems to create separation. I actually never understood it. As ATL put today, he's a YAC monster. However, I will tell you right now, I've cursed out Mark Harrison more than any non-QB player. I can't tell you how many WIDE open drops he'll have on streak routes. I'm talking easy 6. I'm talking OH MY GOD NOVA THREW A GOOD BALL TO THE RIGHT TEAM AND MARK ******* HARRISON HOW THE **** DID YOU DROP THAT YOU **** HEAD. like. really really really bad. And always the worst time. Most frustrating player ever because of his flashes and how good he SHOULD and COULD be, but the drops and disappearing from games (which could be Nova being the worst ever ever) just make him maddening. Could get drafted, 7th round maybe. I just...I don't know man. So frustrating.


That sounds like a good late round pick to bet on. The same goes for Marquardt.
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PostPosted: Wed Mar 13, 2013 7:53 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Yeah, he definitely had some easy catches on tape that resulted in drops, but from what I saw he was as described by the Rutgers guy. With it being a late round pick, we weren't likely to get a great return.

But at worse, I think Harrison's elite measurables could be a plus to us on our special teams coverage teams... and at best, you have both he and Tommy Streeter, two big physical specimens competing to hopefully add some extra level of impact to our WR core.

And Marquardt is a guy that I think is deserving of a 4th round selection. The only question mark about him IMO was his level of competition. His movements skills looked really good on tape.
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diamondbull424 wrote:
FFMD1 Draft 2013
1. Manti Te'O
2. Barrett Jones
3. Cornelius Washington
4. Gerald Hodges
5. Joe Kruger
6. Mark Harrison
7. Luke Marquardt


Nice work guys. I hate Jones at LT, but other than that I like almost every other pick. Not bad.
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PostPosted: Mon Mar 18, 2013 1:14 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Just a few finishing touches to FFMD.

1.) Should you be interested in signing UDFA, you may go into the particular Shark Tanks. You're in charge for keeping track of your cap. All offers are 1 years, and offers must start at $405,000 and increases must be a minimum of $50,000. You must have the cap space to make those offers. Use the particular shark tanks to sign the UDFA. For example, if you wanted to sign Tyler Wilson, you'd use the QB Shark Tank.

2.) We're looking for feedback on this year's FFMD to help improve next year. We'd greatly appreciate any feedback (both good and bad) about FFMD. The thread can be found here.

Any questions, feel free to shoot me a PM.
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