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PostPosted: Mon Feb 27, 2017 2:16 am    Post subject: Mock 1.1 with Updated Comps Reply with quote

http://fanspeak.com/ontheclock/
Used Draftek (don't like their rankings)

R1 P30 DL JONATHAN ALLEN - ALABAMA: Why is the #2 rated player falling? Alabama DL Jonathan Allen was named the winner of the Lombardi Award.

R2 P30 EDGE RYAN ANDERSON - ALABAMA: Hmm Not a Bama fan so no, it's just the way they fell... But, An AFC scout fawned over Alabama senior edge rusher Ryan Anderson to NFL.com, saying that the Tide haven't had an NFL prospect quite like him recently.

R3 P30 CB CAMERON SUTTON - TENNESSEE: Once seen as a future first-rounder, Sutton's stock devalued a bit over the years. Seeing as though he missed a good chunk of this past season with a fractured ankle, the postseason process will be particularly crucial to his NFL standing.

R3 P41 WR COOPER KUPP - EASTERN WASHINGTON: Draft Analyst's Tony Pauline writes that Eastern Washington WR Cooper Kupp "[caught] everything thrown his way" during Wednesday's Senior Bowl practice.

R4 P28 TE JAKE BUTT - MICHIGAN: Michigan senior TE Jake Butt was named the winner of the John Mackey Award. Heath with speed!

R5 P29 S JOHN JOHNSON - BOSTON COLLEGE: Per Scouts Inc., Boston College DB John Johnson has been a standout at Senior Bowl practices and is the "smoothest safety down here in terms of movement skills."

R6 P29 EDGE KEIONTA DAVIS - UT CHATTANOOGA: Chattanooga senior edge rusher Keionta Davis "ranks as one of the better edge rushers from the senior class," declares TFY Draft Insider's Tony Pauline.

R7 P30 CB JEREMY CUTRER - MTSU: Middle Tennessee senior CB Jeremy Cutrer's "length gives him a chance at knocking down any pass thrown in his general direction," writes NFL.com's Chad Reuter. A former four-star LSU commit and JUCO star, Cutrer made a splashy introduction to Blue Raider fans last fall with 16 breakups.Despite missing two games due to an ankle injury, the 6-foot-2 corner ended the season with 31 tackles, a sack, a fumble recovery, and a blocked kick on his way to becoming a Second Team All-CUSA selection.
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PostPosted: Mon Feb 27, 2017 3:38 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Mock 1.2
Used Fanspeak
A little different in that I traded back with Cleveland for their 2 seconds for our 1st and Coatesl!! Cleveland Takes CB Teez Tabor...

R2 P5 CB CORDREA TANKERSLEY - CLEMSON: "He’s long, good frame, will tackle, he competes. But he has stiffness. He’s just a press corner," the executive said.

R2 P20 EDGE CARL LAWSON - AUBURN: Lawson put his health issues from the past few years behind him to post 30 tackles, 13.5 TFL, nine sacks and 24 quarterback hurries in 2016. In a deep edge rushing class, he's projected to go somewhere between the late first round and early second round

R2 P30 S OBI MELIFONWU - CONNECTICUT: An AFC college scouting director praised the versatility of UConn S Obi Melifonwu and Boston College S John Johnson. "They did a nice job at both spots," he said. "I wouldn't want them to play outside extensively, but they are certainly capable of playing on the island in spots...

R3 P30 CB JOURDAN LEWIS - MICHIGAN:Pro Football Focus' Steve Palazzolo notes that Michigan CB Jourdan Lewis possesses an innate ability to mirror opposing wideouts. "While the NFL may be looking for longer corners, they still need defenders capable of matching the shiftier route-running receivers in the league," Palazzolo writes, "and that’s where Lewis fits in."

R3 P41 WR AMARA DARBOH - MICHIGAN: NFL Media Draft analyst Chad Reuter believes Michigan senior WR Amara Darboh "has the size and speed to be effective on short, intermediate, and deep throws, making him a potential WR2 at the next level." The 6-foot-2, 211-pound senior's receiving line in 2016 (52-826-7) was relatively modest, but much of that can be attributed to the fact that Michigan's offense just doesn't cater to the passing game.

R4 P28 EDGE DAESHON HALL - TEXAS A&M: Far from a helpless sidekick to all-world pass rusher Myles Garrett, Hall finished the regular season with 44 tackles, 10.5 tackles for loss, 3.5 sacks and a team-high 12 quarterback hurries.

R5 P29 DL DEANGELO BROWN - LOUISVILLE: CBS Sports draft analyst Dane Brugler writes that "with his strong hands and ball-tracking skills, [Louisville DT DeAngelo] Brown has the upper body power to split doubles and collects himself well in space to make stops."

R6 P29 LB BEN BOULWARE - CLEMSON: Clemson ILB Ben Boulware has the "the attitude and swagger for the position but lacks the desired size and quickness," according to NFL Media's Lance Zierlein. The heart of the national champion's defense this past season was extremely productive in college, posting 116 tackles, 11.5 TFL, four sacks and an interception this past season. "He has some athletic and speed limitations for the NFL in pass coverage, but he was a gritty college run defender," noted Walter Football's scouting report. "For the next level, Boulware could be best as a run-down defender in a 3-4 defense."

R7 P30 RB DE'ANGELO HENDERSON - COASTAL CAROLINA: The 5-foot-8, 205-pound Henderson has rolled up 4,500 rushing yards and 57 rushing touchdowns and six receiving touchdowns on 95 catches in his career. "He has quick feet and speed to get to the perimeter," Kiper wrote. "He's a patient runner, and that's helped by his low running base (he disappears behind blockers sometimes). His receiving skills stand out, too." Henderson has more than 1,000 rushing yards and 17 total touchdowns despite dealing with an injured shoulder this season.

UDFAs:
LB MARQUEL LEE - WAKE FOREST
G GREG PYKE - GEORGIA
EDGE NOBLE NWACHUKWU - WEST VIRGINIA
WR JAMARI STAPLES - LOUISVILLE
QB ALEK TORGERSEN - PENN
DL STEVIE TU'IKOLOVATU - USC
EDGE SKAI MOORE - SOUTH CAROLINA
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PostPosted: Tue Feb 28, 2017 2:10 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Mock 1.3
Used Inside the Pylon

Rd1 Pk 30 EDGE CARL LAWSON - AUBURN: seems to be everyone's favorite

Rd2 Pk30 CB TRE'DAVIOUS WHITE - LSU: 1st time I've been able to snag him. Draft Analyst's Tony Pauline believes LSU CB Tre'Davious White is "woefully underrated."
"Had White entered last April’s draft he would’ve been a first-round pick, but his game leveled off and even regressed at some points last season," Pauline wrote. "Regardless, he still shows the ability to shut down receivers when opponents throw his way and plays tough, aggressive football." The analyst says White would be a "steal outside of the top-45 selections."

Rd3 Pk30 CB CHIDOBE AWUZIE - COLORADO: NFL Media's Lance Zierlein compares Colorado CB Chidobe Awuzie to Prince Amukamara.
"Sticky man-cover corner who possesses the reactive athleticism and foot quickness to maintain coverage responsibilities around the field," Zierlein wrote. "Awuzie is not a burner, but his technique and instincts should provide what he needs to compete downfield."

Rd3 Pk41 S LORENZO JEROME - ST. FRANCIS: he was named a first-team FCS All-American by the Associated Press. Jerome intercepted six passes in 2016, to go along with 59 tackles, 5.5 tackles for loss, 11 pass break-ups, and a kick return touchdown (14 returns for 405 yards). He was a first-team All-Northeast Conference selection in every season of this career, starting as a true freshman (56 tackles, six INT -- one returned for a score, 10 pass breakups).

Rd4 Pk28 WR AMARA DARBOH - MICHIGAN:NFL Media Draft analyst Chad Reuter believes Michigan senior WR Amara Darboh "has the size and speed to be effective on short, intermediate, and deep throws, making him a potential WR2 at the next level."

Rd5 Pk29 DL DEANGELO BROWN - LOUISVILLE: CBS Sports draft analyst Dane Brugler writes that "with his strong hands and ball-tracking skills, [Louisville DT DeAngelo] Brown has the upper body power to split doubles and collects himself well in space to make stops."

Rd6 Pk29 LB BEN BOULWARE CLEMSON: Clemson ILB Ben Boulware has the "the attitude and swagger for the position but lacks the desired size and quickness," according to NFL Media's Lance Zierlein.

Rd7 Pk30 RB DE'ANGELO HENDERSON - COASTAL CAROLINA: ESPN's Mel Kiper says Coastal Carolina senior RB De'Angelo Henderson "can break some tackles and rack up yards after the catch." The 5-foot-8, 205-pound Henderson has rolled up 4,500 rushing yards and 57 rushing touchdowns and six receiving touchdowns on 95 catches in his career. "He has quick feet and speed to get to the perimeter," Kiper wrote. "He's a patient runner, and that's helped by his low running base (he disappears behind blockers sometimes). His receiving skills stand out, too." Henderson has more than 1,000 rushing yards and 17 total touchdowns despite dealing with an injured shoulder this season. The Ravens took Coastal Carolina RB Lorenzo Taliaferro in the fourth round of the 2014 draft.
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Mock 1.4
Used Fanspeak(rankings updated yesterday)

RD1 Pk30 S JABRILL PEPPERS - MICHIGAN: Athleticism and speed jump off the screen right away. Lots of range and tremendous as a kick and punt returner. When he gets a bead on the ball he comes downhill hard and with authority. Mix of speed and size allow him to deliver some hard hits and make consistent plays in the backfield ala Troy Polomalu!

RD2 Pk30 CB QUINCY WILSON - FLORIDA: Prototypical size for cornerback or safety spot. Big and physical. Very competitive. Willing to accept challenge of taking on a team's top wideout. Uses play strength to overcome some athletic and speed deficiencies. Can maul receivers off line of scrimmage and eliminate them from a route if they don't get clean release against his press. Plus anticipation in coverage. Makes quick reads on in-breaking routes and attacks in front of the route. Considered by some as Best CB in the country!

RD3 Pk30 EDGE DEREK RIVERS - YOUNGSTOWN STATE: A two-time first-team All-MVFC selection had 37 total tackles, 31 of which were solos, starting all 11 games at defensive end…had 10 sacks, 12.5 TFLs and added 15 quarterback hurries…also had two forced fumbles…in MVFC games had 30 tackles (24 solos), with eight sacks, 9.5 TFLS and nine hurries…had sacks in seven games with a season-high three at Illinois State…also had two against South Dakota…had a season-best seven tackles, including six solos vs. SIU…is the school's career leader with 36 sacks.

RD3 Pk41 TE JAKE BUTT - MICHIGAN: An AFC director of scouting indicated a belief that Michigan senior TE Jake Butt will improve as a blocker in the NFL. "He's going to be a good pro. Everyone wants Kelce, Olsen or Gronk but those are elite players," he said. "Butt is dependable and will make first downs. They all get better as blockers once they get up here." NFL Media's Lance Zierlein compares Butt to Zach Miller. "While he's shown ability to operate as an intermediate target as well, he might lack the athleticism and separation to uncover against NFL safeties and some linebackers in man coverage."

RD4 Pk28 QB DAVIS WEBB - CALIFORNIA: NFL.com's Daniel Jeremiah spoke with an NFL executive who believes Cal's Davis Webb will end up being the top QB in the 2017 class. We've made it here and it is only mid-February. Webb played one season at Cal after transferring from Texas Tech, playing in a similar Bear Raid offense as Jared Goff, last year's No. 1 pick. Webb has a strong arm.

RD5 Pk29 CB MARQUEZ WHITE - FLORIDA STATE: Florida State junior CB Marquez White has allowed only 0.33 yards per coverage snap. On 316 coverage snaps, he's given up only 104 yards all season; 11 CBs gave up more than that last week. "That is good for first in the country on a per snap basis," wrote Ryan Jenson. "He also ranks first in coverage snaps per reception at 31.6. Opposing quarterbacks have an NFL-style rating of 31.4 when White is targeted."

RD6 Pk29 DL JEREMIAH LEDBETTER - ARKANSAS: TFY Draft Insider's Tony Pauline expects Arkansas DT Jeremiah Ledbetter to "turn in some eye-popping numbers" at the NFL Combine. Ledbetter checked into the Shrine Game at just under 6-foot-3 and 281 pounds, with 34 3/4-inch arms. His camp is anticipating 40 times in the 4.7s and bench press reps in the mid-30s.

RD7 Pk30 WR JAMARI STAPLES - LOUISVILLE: At 6'4 200 lbs he is an interesting specimen. Louisville senior WR Jamari Staples accepted an invitation to the Senior Bowl. Staples missed a pair of games due to injury this season. In 10 healthy contests, the 6-foot-4, 195-pound wideout caught 35 passes for 593 yards and two touchdowns. The draft process figures to be critical for the Louisville receiver, as he has never recorded more than 700 yards receiving in a season.
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PostPosted: Wed Mar 01, 2017 7:48 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Mock 1.5
Used CBS

RD1 Pk30 EDGE TAKKARIST MCKINLEY - UCLA: Not a fan of this pick due to McKinley having surgery to repair a torn labrum and broken glenoid in his shoulder following the NFL Combine. McKinley will attempt a near complete workout at the Combine, but the healing process following the surgery is 5-6 months, which does not give a lot of leeway for training camp or the start of the 2017 season. McKinley was not on the final Senior Bowl roster due to the injury.

RD2 Pk30 EDGE RYAN ANDERSON - ALABAMA: If he falls don't you have to take him? An AFC scout fawned over Alabama senior edge rusher Ryan Anderson to NFL.com, saying that the Tide haven't had an NFL prospect quite like him recently. "I've (been scouting) Alabama for quite a while and I never remember them having an end like Ryan Anderson," he said. "They have had some big, strong guys but he's got anchor and twitch. I think he's the safest bet on that defense right now." Anderson had 11.5 TFL last year despite playing only 15-20 snaps per game. He's taken off with increased responsibilities this fall.

RD3 PK30 CB RASUL DOUGLAS - WEST VIRGINIA: Though NFL scouts rated Douglas as a UDFA coming into the season, according to Draft Analyst's Tony Pauline, the analyst believes Douglas "could end up as a third-round pick." "The fact that Douglas measured 6-foot-2 and 204 pounds during Senior Bowl weigh-ins only makes him more attractive to NFL teams," Pauline wrote. "I feel he’s one of the better bump-and-run corners in the draft but will struggle in any system that asks him to play backed off the line of scrimmage." Last season, his first as a starter, Douglas was a Walter Camp All-American after leading the nation with eight interceptions.

RD3 Pk41 WR AMARA DARBOH - MICHIGAN: You know I love this guy! NFL Media Draft analyst Chad Reuter believes Michigan senior WR Amara Darboh "has the size and speed to be effective on short, intermediate, and deep throws, making him a potential WR2 at the next level."

RD4 Pk28 RB JAMES CONNER - PITTSBURGH: Pitt RB James Conner's received a recent clean lymphoma scan, according to Adam Schefter. This is fantastic news. Conner played in 2016 after undergoing chemotherapy, amassing 216 carries for 1,060 yards rushing and 16 touchdowns. Conner is unlikely to go before day three, but we can't wait to see him in Indianapolis. His aggression and balance for a big back is impressive.

RD5 Pk29 CB MARQUEZ WHITE - FLORIDA STATE: Florida State junior CB Marquez White has allowed only 0.33 yards per coverage snap. On 316 coverage snaps, he's given up only 104 yards all season; 11 CBs gave up more than that last week. "That is good for first in the country on a per snap basis," wrote Ryan Jenson. "He also ranks first in coverage snaps per reception at 31.6. Opposing quarterbacks have an NFL-style rating of 31.4 when White is targeted."

RD6 Pk29 S XAVIER WOODS - LOUISIANA TECH: NFL Media draft analyst Chad Reuter believes Lousiana Tech junior DB Xavier Woods may fall under the "best player you've never heard of" category. The 5-foot-11, 188-pound Woods earned first-team All-Conference USA honors, recording 71 stops, six interceptions, seven pass break ups, and three forced fumbles. Reuter believes that the "fact that Woods doesn't play in a Power Five conference will hurt his All-America candidacy."

RD7 Pk30 DL JOSH TUPOU - COLORADO: TFY Draft Insider's Tony Pauline believes Colorado redshirt senior DL Josh Tupou has possibly moved into Rd. 4 territory. "Off his junior film of 2014 film I graded Tupou as a mid-round choice before the athletic defensive lineman was forced to the sidelines with suspension in 2015," Pauline wrote. "After getting his act together he returned to CU this season and has been a force for the top rated defense in the PAC 12. Tupou is strong, explosive and adept at making plays on the ball or occupying blockers."

UDFAs:
WR JAMARI STAPLES - LOUISVILLE
WR DAMOREEA STRINGFELLOW - OLE MISS
CB EZRA ROBINSON - TENNESSEE STATE
EDGE NOBLE NWACHUKWU - WEST VIRGINIA
RB DE'ANGELO HENDERSON - COASTAL CAROLINA
LB RILEY BULLOUGH - MICHIGAN STATE
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PostPosted: Thu Mar 02, 2017 2:11 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Mock 1.6
Used Walk the Mock(really don't like their rankings)

1:30 Taco Charlton EDGE Michigan
2:30 Fabian Moreau CB UCLA
3:30 Rasul Douglas CB West Virginia
3:41 Amara Darboh WR Michigan
4:28 Eddie Jackson S Alabama
5:29 Dorian Johnson G Pittsburgh
6:29 Jerod Evans QB Virginia Tech
7:30 Garrett Sickels EDGE PSU
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Mock 1.7
Using First Pick my score is: 11176 (GRADE: B+)

Round 2 Pick 11 (PHI): Takkarist McKinley, OLB/DE, UCLA (A)
Round 2 Pick 30: Adoree' Jackson, CB, Southern California (A)
Round 3 Pick 10 (PHI): Derek Rivers, DE, Youngstown State (B+)
Round 3 Pick 30: Fabian Moreau, CB/FS, UCLA (C+)
Round 3 Pick 41 (COMP): Jake Butt, TE, Michigan (A-)
Round 4 Pick 31 (CINN): Davis Webb, QB, California (A-)
Round 4 Pick 32 (PHI): James Conner, RB, Pittsburgh (B+)
Round 5 Pick 29: Josh Carraway, DE, TCU (C+)
Round 6 Pick 29: Ben Boulware, ILB, Clemson (C-)
Round 6 Pick 33 (CINN): Josh Tupou, DT, Colorado (B-)
Round 7 Pick 9 (CINN): Darreus Rogers, WR, Southern California (A-)
Round 7 Pick 30: Stevie Tuikolovatu, DT, Southern California (B)
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Cooper Kupp clapping We need a WR, is Bryant def coming back or no?
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gatek99 wrote:
Cooper Kupp clapping We need a WR, is Bryant def coming back or no?


Kupp has been gone by the 3rd pick in every draft I've done. There has been no definite on Bryant either way.
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MOCK 1.8
Using Bleacher Report-Matt Miller

RD1 Pk30 EDGE RYAN ANDERSON - ALABAMA: An AFC scout fawned over Alabama senior edge rusher Ryan Anderson to NFL.com, saying that the Tide haven't had an NFL prospect quite like him recently. "I've (been scouting) Alabama for quite a while and I never remember them having an end like Ryan Anderson," he said. "They have had some big, strong guys but he's got anchor and twitch. I think he's the safest bet on that defense right now." Anderson had 11.5 TFL last year despite playing only 15-20 snaps per game. He's taken off with increased responsibilities this fall.

RD2 Pk30 CB CORDREA TANKERSLEY - CLEMSON: Against Auburn, Tankersley was targeted twice, allowing one reception for -3 yards. On the single catch, Tankersley blew up two players to make the tackle. Sure, Clemson misses Mackensie Alexander. But some think Tankersley is or will be better.

RD3 Pk30 S OBI MELIFONWU - UCONN: NFL Media draft analyst Daniel Jeremiah hears that Melifonwu could post testing results similar to those of Dallas Cowboys S Byron Jones. Jones absolutely crushed the Combine two years ago, most notably in posting a best-ever-in-Indy broad jump of 12 feet, three inches. Not only is that the best mark in Combine history, it stands as an unofficial world record. Jones was also clocked in the 40-yard dash at a hearty 4.36 seconds. If the 6-foot-3, 217-pound Melifonwu can approach these numbers, he figures to have a strong shot at being selected early on Day 2.

RD3 Pk41 CB KEVIN KING - WASHINGTON: Draft Analyst's Tony Pauline hears that Washington King has been running the 40-yard dash in the 4.4's during training. Pauline notes that there have been red flags regarding King's speed -- he wrote in November that "long speed is a concern" -- red flags that might just be swept away if the 6-foot-3, 190-pounder can turn it up in testing. Per Pauline, he has been clocked under 4.40 seconds in the 40-yard dash on a hand timer during his draft prep. On an electronic timer, that might bump to 4.45 seconds or thereabouts.

RD4 Pk28 EDGE TARELL BASHAM - OHIO: An NFC area scout says Ohio edge rusher Tarell Basham is like a discounted version of Carl Lawson. "He is similar to Carl Lawson but I think you can get him probably a couple of rounds later or maybe more," he said. "I think he can still get a lot better as a pass rusher." NFL Media's Lance Zierlein likes Basham's attitude and versatility. "Basham has the strength and length to play as a 4-3 base end or as a 3-4 rush linebacker, but his pass rush approach will need to be sharpened as he lacks the flexibility to bend the edge and attack the pocket with athleticism alone," Zierlein wrote.

RD5 Pk29 WR JAMARI STAPLES - LOUISVILLE: Senior WR Staples accepted an invitation to the Senior Bowl. Staples missed a pair of games due to injury this season. In 10 healthy contests, the 6-foot-4, 195-pound wideout caught 35 passes for 593 yards and two touchdowns.

RD6 Pk 29 G GREG PYKE - GEORGIA: Draft Analyst's Tony Pauline questions whether a Georgia player will be drafted this spring. The last time Georgia was hit with a draft-less year was back in those halcyon days of 1992. Their 25-year streak might be about to come to an end. Pauline views C Brandon Klubanow, T Greg Pyke and CB Quincy Mauger as the Bulldogs' three most draftable prospects.

RD7 Pk30 LB BEN BOULWARE - CLEMSON: Clemson ILB Ben Boulware has the "the attitude and swagger for the position but lacks the desired size and quickness," according to NFL Media's Lance Zierlein. Boulware is your classic overachiever in the middle of the defense. The 6-foot, 235-pounder isn't big, fast or athletic, but he's smart and physical. "Margin for error might be too small to become a starter in the league, but his potential on special teams could be a way to open the door to an NFL career," Zierlein concluded.
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MOCK 1.9
Used First Pick my score is: 11783 (GRADE: A-)

Round 1 Pick 30: Charles Harris, DE/OLB, Missouri (A-)
Round 3 Pick 3 (CHI): Gareon Conley, CB, Ohio State (A+)
Round 3 Pick 30: Jake Butt, TE, Michigan (B)
Round 3 Pick 41 (COMP): JuJu Smith-Schuster, WR, Southern California (A+)
Round 4 Pick 4 (CHI): Justin Evans, SS, Texas A&M (A)
Round 4 Pick 28: Damontae Kazee, CB, San Diego State (B)
Round 5 Pick 3 (CHI): Davis Webb, QB, California (A-)
Round 5 Pick 29: Jadar Johnson, SS, Clemson (C)
Round 6 Pick 29: Tashawn Bower, OLB, LSU (C-)
Round 7 Pick 30: Josh Tupou, DT, Colorado (B)
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