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Should i do this again next year?
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PostPosted: Wed Apr 25, 2012 3:40 am    Post subject: Imani's Draft Weekend Thread 2013 Reply with quote




Since the beginning of April i have been tracking every single mock to go into the the 2012 Mock Draft Forum. This has been a sort of project to keep tabs on the percentages of players that people generally think will become seahawks. I thought a day or two before the draft would be the best time to release something like this for you guys to see. So here it is, every pick in every round presented by the people of Football's Future. Hopefully you like it.

By the way, this isn't something i expect a whole lot of responses or posts on. This is just something for you to to compare and contrast with your own mock drafts and data......plus numbers and stats are fun, so once again. Enjoy


Key

____Player(#)=Amount of times particular player was mocked to seattle

%=Top 5 highest percentage players taken

Plain Font=Others who received multiple votes

small font=Anonymous/lone picks that were never selected more than once

*_ Round Picks= Round with less than 5 players with sizable votes

"=" inbetween one player and the next indicates a shared total of entries

Notes
-Every underlined player can be clicked on for a quick link to a scouting page starting a day before the draft

-The 6th and 7th rounds have single top picks by default and will not show percentages

-The 2nd round was the most chaotic round for seattle, alot of variety (expect low percentage difference between now and draft day)

-This will continue to be updated until draft day

-After saturday, I will go back and look at where these players were taken and by who



1st Round Picks
( Total Entries)- Different Prospects


-Luke Kuechly, LB Boston College(105)-36%

-Quinton Coples, DE North Carolina(67)-23%

-Melvin Ingram, OLB South Carolina(51)-18%

-Nick Perry, DE USC(22)-8%

-David DeCastro, OG Stanford(11)-4%


-Dont'a Hightower, ILB Alabama(9)

-Courtnew Upshaw, DE Alabama(6)

-Michael Floyd, WR Notre Dame(4)

-Fletcher Cox, DE/DT Mississippi State(3)

-Vinny Curry, LEO Marshall(2)

-Michael Brockers, DT LSU(2)

-Justin Blackmon, WR OKST(2)

-Stephon Gilmore, CB South Carolina(2)


-Chandler Jones, DE/OLB Syracuse
-Dre' Kirkpatrick, CB Alabama
-Whitney Marcilus, LB Illinois
-Ryan Tannehill, QB Texas A&M





2nd Round Picks
(125 Total Entries)-34 Different Prospects


-Mychal Kendricks, LB California(12)-10.2%

-Kevin Zeitler, G Wisconsin(11)-9.4%

-Bobby Wagner, LB Utah State(9)-7.7%

-Vinny Curry, DE Marshall(9)-7%
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-Chandler Jones, DE Syracuse(9)-7%


-Zach Brown, LB UNC(9)

-Lavonte David, OLB Nebraska(6)

-Alfonzo Dennard, CB/S Nebraska(6)

-Ronnel Lewis, DE/OLB Oklahoma(6)

-Shea McClellin, DE Boise State(5)

-Andre Branch, OLB Clemson(4)

-Kelechi Osemele, G Iowa St(3)

-Lamar Miller, RB Miami(3)

-Reuben Randle, WR LSU(3)

-Coby Fleener, TE Stanford(3)

-Kendall Reyes, DT/DE Connecticut(3)

-Dont'a Hightower, ILB Alabama(2)

-Amini Silatolu, OG, Midwestern State(2)

-Mohamed Sanu, WR Rutgers(2)

-Brandon Thompson, DT Clemson(2)

-Nick Perry, DE USC(2)

-Dont'a Hightower, ILB Alabama(2)

-Jayron Hosley, CB Virginia Tech
-Trumaine Johnson, CB Montana
-Brandon Weeden, QB Oklahoma St
-Josh Robinson, CB Central Florida
-Nigel Bradham, ILB Florida State
-Doug Martin, RB Boise St.
-Devon Still, DT Penn State
-Courtnew Upshaw, DE Alabama
-Dwayne Allen, TE Clemson
-Sean Spence, OLB Miami
-LaMichael James, RB Oregon
-Orson Charles, TE Georgia





3rd Round picks
(63 Total Entries)-33 Different Prospects


-LaMichael James, RB Oregon(9)-14%

-Brandon Brooks, G Miami of Ohio(6)-10%

-Lavonte David, OLB Nebraska(5)-8%
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-Brandon Washington, OG Miami(4)-6.3%
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-Cam Johnson, DE Virginia(4)-6.3%


-Ronnell Lewis, OLB Oklahoma (3)

-Brandon Boykins, CB Georgia(2)

-Dwight Bentley, CB Louisiana-Lafayette(2)

-Mike Martin, DT Michigan(2)

-Amini Silatolu, OL Midwestern State(2)

-Leonard Johnson, CB Iowa State(2)

-Brock Osweiller, QB Arizona State(2)

-Jayron Hosley, CB Virginia Tech(2)

-Jamell Flemming, CB Oklahoma(2)

-Jake Bequette, DE Arkansas(2)

-Sean Spence, OLB Miami
-Kelechi Osemele, OG Iowa State
-Senio Kelemete, OG Washington
-Billy Winn, DE Boise St
-Jonathan Massiquio, DE Troy
-Bruce Irvin, OLB West Virginia
-LaDarius Green, TE LSU
-Kirk Cousins, QB Michigan St
-Ben Jones, OL Georgia
-Alameda Ta'amu, DT Washington
-Bernard Pierce, RB Temple
-James Brown, OG/T Troy
-Chris Polk, RB Washington
-Nigel Bradham, OLB Florida State
-Isaiah Pead, RB Cincinatti
-Robert Turbin, RB Utah State
-David Wilson, RB Virginia Tech
-George Iloka, S Boise State





4th Round picks
(44 Total Entries)- 29 Different Prospects


-Kirk Cousins, QB Michigan St(6)-13.6%

-Bernard Pierce, RB Temple(3)-6.8%
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-Cyrus Gray RB, Texas A&M(3)-6.8%
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-Josh Kaddu, OLB Oregon(3)-6.8%


-Chris Rainey, WR/RB Florida(2)

-Orson Charles, TE Georgia(2)

-Audie Cole, LB N.C. State(2)

-Ronnie Hillman, RB San Diego State(2)

-Cam Johnson, DE Virginia
-Jeff Allen, G/T Illinois
-TY Hilton WR, Florida International
-Marvin Jones, WR California
-Derrick Shelby, DE Utah
-Malik Jackson, DT Tennessee
-Chris Polk, RB Washington
-Matt Reynolds, OT BYU
-Brandon Weeden, QB Oklahoma St
-LaMichael James, RB Oregon
-Ron Brooks, CB LSU
-Ryan Miller, OG Colorado
-Josh Norman, CB C. Carolina
-Senio Kelemete, OG Washington
-Jonathan Massaquoi, DE/LB Troy
-Tony Bergstorm, OT Utah
-Nick Toon, WR Wisconsin
-Trevin Wade, CB Arizona
-Philip Blake, OG Baylor
-Isaiah Pead, RB Cincinnati
-Tank Carder, LB TCU






6th Round picks
(31 Total Entries)-25 Different Prospects


-Vaughn Meatoga, DT Hawaii(6)

-Tauren Poole, RB Tennessee(2)

-Terrance Ganaway, RB Baylor
-Coryell Judie, CB Texas A&M
-Danny Trevathan, OLB Kentucky
-Ryan Steed, CB Furman
-Chris Rainey, RB Florida
-Ron Brooks, CB LSU
-Eric Page, WR Toledo
-Ryan Miller, OL Colorado
-Cyrus Gray, RB Texas A&M
-Tom Compton, OL South Dakota
-Marc Tyler, RB USC
-Chris Greenwood, CB Albion
-Jerry Franklin, ILB Arkansas
-Danny Coale, WR Virginia Tech
-Tony Dye, S UCLA
-BJ Coleman, QB Tennessee-Chattanooga
-Shawn Loiseau, MLB Merrimack
-Nate Potter, OT Boise St.
-Scott Solomon, DE Rice
-Ryan Lindley, QB San Diego State
-Russell Wilson, QB Wisconsin
-Omar Bolden, CB Arizona St.
-Kellen Moore, QB Boise State





7th Round picks
(23 Total Entries)- 22 Different prospects


-Danny Coale, WR Virginia Tech(2)

-Jarius Wright, WR Arkansas
-Mike Daniels, DT Iowa
-Vaughn Meatoga, DT Hawaii
-Nathan Stupar, OLB Penn State
-Marquis Maze, WR Alabama
-Dominique Hamilton, DT Missouri
-Danny Trevathan, LB Kentucky
-Darius Fleming, OLB Notre Dame
-Matt McCants, OT Alabama-Birmingham
-Tydreke Powell, DT North Carolina
-Edwin Baker, RB Michigan St.
-Kyle Wilber, OLB Wake Forest
-Evan Rodriguez, TE Temple
-Conroy Black, CB Utah
-Austin Davis, QB Southern Mississippi State
-Daryl Richardson, RB Abilene Christian
-DeAngelo Tyson, DT Georgia
-Chris Owusu, WR Stanford
-Akiem Hicks, DT Regina
-Donte Paige-Moss, DE North Carolina
-Kourtnei Brown, DE Clemson

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I don't believe for one second that Seattle makes it out of their first playoff game.

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PostPosted: Wed Apr 25, 2012 11:04 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I really hope Kuechly is there. The guy is so good.
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PostPosted: Wed Apr 25, 2012 12:45 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

outside_Insider wrote:
I really hope Kuechly is there. The guy is so good.


Can't agree more. Im probably beating the drum loudest for this guy at #12.
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PostPosted: Wed Apr 25, 2012 1:51 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

This is awesome imani. Really interesting stats here.
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PostPosted: Wed Apr 25, 2012 2:00 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

It IS awesome. I've been doing sorta the same thing (without the organizatio) trying to figure out who's most likely & where, but this is way beyond that. Only thing is, I remember a post where you said this is likely to be your last year with much time to spend on this site- has that changed? Hope so. I really like both your insights & your posting demeanor.
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PostPosted: Wed Apr 25, 2012 3:40 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Very cool info!

I'm also in line to hop on the "Kuechly Mancrush" wagon. I honestly think he'd direct this defense much in the same way Lofa did, but with more athleticism. He'd make everyone better.

Put Kuechly at MLB and our sack/int numbers will go up, even with the same cast around him that Heater had.
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PostPosted: Wed Apr 25, 2012 4:48 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

C-Hawkin' wrote:
It IS awesome. I've been doing sorta the same thing (without the organizatio) trying to figure out who's most likely & where, but this is way beyond that. Only thing is, I remember a post where you said this is likely to be your last year with much time to spend on this site- has that changed? Hope so. I really like both your insights & your posting demeanor.


Appreciate it man, what I was shin was more of a heads up. Didn't want to disappear one day and not say nothin



Btw I'll have the update when I get home tonight, then I'll throw all the scouting links in
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C-Hawkin' wrote:
I really like both your insights & your posting demeanor.


I agree.
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PostPosted: Wed Apr 25, 2012 6:34 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

If the draft fell the way you're showing it Imani, I wouldn't have a problem with it at all. The top LB prospect at #12 would be great, plus an OG in the 2nd and a RB like James who has shown game breaker ability at Oregon in the 3rd, and then mix in some late round depth to boot. Works for me.

On a side note, I hope your just going to be taking on a diminished capacity in the forum, not leaving it altogether. It's nice to read posts from someone who posts consistently and has good opinions, whether I agree with them all the time or not. If you do disappear, I hope life treats you well wherever it takes you.

As an added note after the original post, I would love to see how this turns out after the draft to see if the statistical numbers add up to our actual picks. I think this is a far more clever idea than most of these egotistical draft "experts" who infuse more of themselves into their mocks than I'd like to see.
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I hope I am wrong on Mr. Luke...but man some are so gaaa gaaa over him andt I do not see it.
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PostPosted: Thu Apr 26, 2012 1:12 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Should be interesting to see how sharp the masses of FF are at predicting our selections. Cool work imani.

Very intrigued by the consistency of Vaughn Meatoga in the 6th. You'd think there would be much more variance in that round.
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PostPosted: Thu Apr 26, 2012 1:22 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

scouting links updated, check out any top player you don't know much about
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PostPosted: Fri May 04, 2012 5:35 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Thank you all for the kind words, it means a lot. As long as we keep a strong necleus of posters i'll do my best to stick around, and i'll probably drop by every once and a while and do the immuhguy thing


Once again I appreciate it fellas, keep up the activity on here. We got a big summer coming up



PS: Tats you can lock this if you like, i was going to do something after the draft was over....but i don't think that will be necessary Laughing . The only player that even got close to being predicted was wagner, most of the other guys didn't even make it to fine print
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The data actually isn't completely useless imani.

Notice that, technically, the masses actually got the position we would be selecting right. Irvin was listed as a LB so I'll count that. They're not exactly in the right rounds (and we obviously ended up with more picks) but the positions are right outside of the 7th round.
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Will be starting this again the day after the NFL Combine is completed. Will be a lot more data to go off of this time around
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