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PostPosted: Sun Dec 09, 2012 5:42 pm    Post subject: 2013 Raider Watch Mock Draft (Dec.) V.5 Reply with quote

~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 2013 Oakland Raiders ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~

~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Overview ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~
McKenzie will only make drastic cuts when absolutely necessary, choosing to restructure contracts until they expire and allowing draft picks to eventually develop into starters. Once again the Raiders will be thrifty shoppers in FA and draft conservatively.

~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Transactions ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~
Front Office Transactions
OC Jeff Tedford: Everywhere that Tedford, former HC at Cal, has coached he has turned that team into an offensive juggernaut in addition to increasing QB efficiency. Tedford’s firing presents a rare opportunity to not only bring in a potent offensive mind but someone whose equally skilled at developing QBs. Hiring Tedford, who already has a large footprint in the local community, would create publicity buzz. The Raiders must move quickly as rumors are rampant that Tedford will be highly sought after by USC to become their new OC.

Restructures/Extensions
• QB Carson Palmer: 2013 Hit = $16.9M
• FS Michael Huff = $11.3M
• RB DMC = $8M

Resigned
• CB Ron Bartell
• TE Brandon Meyers
• OT Khalif Barnes
• QB Matt Leinart
• CB Shawntae Spencer
• RB Goodson
• DE Matt Shaughnessy
• OG/C Alex Parsons
• SS Mike Mitchell
• DE Shaughnessy
• MLB Omar Gaither

Unsigned/Cuts
• WR DHB = $10.6M – Excellent work ethic, durability, toughness & run blocking however DHB is a surprise cut as the Raiders tire of DHB’s mental mistakes and inconsistent hands.
• OLB Phillip Wheeler* – Could price himself out of the Raider’s market range or could be replaced in the draft.
• DE Carter
• FS Matt Giordano
• MLB Travis Goethel – Can’t make the club in the ice tub
• OG Cooper Carlisle – if he isn’t cut he’s a good candidate to retire.
• RB Taiwan Jones – You can’t make the club in the ice tub.
• P Shane Lechler * - The King era begins.
• TE Richard Gordon – There are simply too many one dimensional TEs on the roster.
• OG Zach Hurd – Victim of a numbers game
• OG Lucas Nix – The staff loves Nix but they are loaded at RG.
• CB/ST Coye Francies
• WR Derek Hagan
• DT Richard Seymour = $16.3M
• DT Tommy Kelly = $11.099M
* – 2014 Compensation pick

Free Agency
• PHI OT King Dunlap 6’9” 330lbs (28 )

For the majority of his career Dunlap has been a career swing OT. In 2012, Dunlap capitalized on an injury to LT Jason Peters to beat out newly acquired FA OT Demetrius Bell for the coveted LT position. The turmoil the Eagles OL has experienced has been well documented. King has been in and out of the lineup with injuries and even shuffled around the OL, however when he has played King has been solid, albeit unspectacular. For the Raiders, Dunlap will be an upgrade stop gap in the Brisiel mode until the Raiders can adequately address the position. Reid will be out and possibly the ZBS with it. Dunlap could find himself signing a value-based contract in 2013.

• BUF OG Andy Levitre 6’2” 303lbs (27 )

Levitre is a name you may not be familiar with however Levitre will be considered the best ZBS LG FA in 2013. Because of his diminutive size for an OL Levitre’s suitors will be limited to those running a ZBS. Buffalo is not known for shelling out big bucks so perhaps the Raiders could win a bidding war with a cheap ballclub.
EDIT: It should be noted I am quite impressed to see Levitre as a name being thrown around a lot lately on our board. Levitre is a pivotal acquisition.

• NT Aubrayo Franklin 6’1” 317lbs (33)

Iirc, DOCLEW hates the mere mention of Aubrayo Franklin. Admittedly, Franklin is at the end of his career and offers little in terms of pass rush. However, even on the backside of his career Franklin continues to be a leader in stopping the run. Every time I have tried to move away from Franklin targeting a younger option, statistics continue to lead me back to Franklin. Franklin is the quickest, cheapest, most effective way to impact run defense in 2013. Franklin will hold it down one more season until Bilukidi is ready.

2013 NFL Draft
~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Overview ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~
Every draft has its uniqueness and the 2013 draft will be no different. While the 2013 draft is void of a transcendent edge rusher it is SUPER deep with intriguing pass rushing prospects albeit with one flaw or another. The consensus among Raider Nation is that the Raiders MUST do something to address edge pressure but absent a no brainer at the top of the draft the best option would be to trade back and address multiple positions. There are four transcendent players in next year’s draft: OT Luke Joeckel, OLB Jarvis Jones, DT Star Lotulelei & CB Dee Milliner. Hopefully, suitors like the Rams or Dolphins with multiple picks will become enamored enough by one of the top prospects to yield the Raiders a bonanza of much needed draft picks.
~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Reverse Power Rankings Mock Draft ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~
1 - Miami (via Raiders): OT Luke Joeckel
2 - Jaguars: OLB Jarvis Jones
3 - Chiefs: QB Geno Smith
4 - Chargers: DT Star Lotulelei
5 - Cardinals: OT Taylor Lewan
6 - Panthers: DE/OLB Damontre Moore
7 - Raiders (via Miami): DT Sheldon Richardson
8 - Lions: CB Dee Milliner
9 - Titans: DE/OLB Bjorn Werner
10 - Browns: DE Sam Montgomery
11 - Bills: MLB Manti Teo
12 - Jets: OT Jake Matthews
13 - Falcons: OLB Barkevious Mingo
14 - Cowboys: OG Chance Warmack
15 - Bucs: DT Jonathan Hankins
16 - Saints: CB Jonathan Banks

Trades
• Dolphins get: #1 overall
• Raiders get: #7, #39, #56, 2014 2nd

• Giants get: MLB Rolando McClain
• Raiders get: #115

~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~Raiders Mock Draft ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~
Round One, #7th Overall (via Miami)
• Sheldon Richardson l DT l Mizzu l ht: 6’3” l wt: 295lbs l 40: 4.89


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ShSiAvIX1Jc

The Skinny: Sheldon Richardson is my latest mancrush. He has a wicked 1st step that allowed Richardson to lead all SEC interior DL in tackles despite being suspended for one game for disciplinary action due to blowing off classes once he determined he was declaring his eligibility for the 2013 NFL draft. In addition, Richardson accomplished these feats while battling shoulder and knee injuries all season. Richardson has been highlighted as an NFL prospect that could experience a meteoric rise in draft stock once the combine begins.

The 2013 draft is short on star power in all the things the Raiders need: NT, QB & DE. Sheldon Richardson is an excellent consolation prize.

Stock Analysis:Boiling Over!
If Richardson clears medically, pundits are suggesting that multiple GMs will reach on Richardson’s potential and he will be drafted MUCH higher than anticipated.

Positives:
• Wicked 1st Step
• Performance against elite competition
• Athleticism
Negatives:
• Sense of Entitlement
• Big Time Talker
• Durability
Reminiscent of: Former MIN DT John Randle
2013 Outlook: Starting UT

Round Two, #2nd
• Traded to Cincinnati as part of the 2012 Carson Palmer trade


Round Two, #37th Overall (via Miami)
• Brandon Jenkins l OLB l Florida State l ht: 6’3” l wt: 260lbs l 40: 4.69




The Skinny: Jenkins is an excellent value selection with 1st rd edge rushing skills in the second. The 2nd & 3rd rounds are absolutely LOADED with excellent pass rushers albeit not without flaws. Jenkins should be more stout in the run game if he learns to use his hands better and improves his fundamentals, hence I have Jenkins playing SLB in a Wimbley-esque role and putting his hand of the ground on most obvious passing downs.

Stock Analysis:Simmering
With an impressive combine Jenkins could squeeze into the late 1st rd.

Positives:
• Pass Rushing Skills
• Athleticism
Negatives:
• Not stout in the run game
• Strength
Reminiscent of: Former OAK DE/OLB Kamerion Wimbley
2013 Outlook: Starting SLB

Round Two, #56th Overall (via Miami)
• Aaron Dobson l WR l Marshall l ht: 6’3” l wt: 260lbs l 40: 4.69




The Raiders WR corps is highly overrated albeit not without potential. However, collectively consistency has been a serious issue of concern and the route tree of Streater and Moore appear limited. Untimely drops and misread site adjustments have plagued the season and routinely stalled drives.

Dobson is personally my favorite WR in the draft. While he doesn’t possess elite top end speed, elite speed is not required in a WCO, however, Dobson’s crisp route running and sick hands are strengths that make Dobson an excellent fit for a WCO.

Stock Analysis:Hotter than it looks
Dobson began the season as a mid-1st round selection and watched his stock slowly slide until the middle of the 2nd. If Dobson’s stock remains there he presents the Raiders an opportunity to draft a WR that can actually catch. Dobson missed time during the season due to a knee injury that could still affect him at the combine. Don’t let a poor 40 time turn you off to a complete WR.

Strengths:
• Surreal Hands
• Reception Radius
• Route Running
Weaknesses:
• Durability
• Disappears for Stretches
• Top End Speed
Reminiscent of: NE WR Brandon Lloyd
2013 Outlook: Starting Y WR

Round Three, #65st Overall
• CJ Fiedorowicz l TE l Iowa l ht: 6’6” l wt: 265lbs l 40: 4.65


The Skinny:While taking nothing away from Meyers accomplishments this season. Meyers offers nothing additional outside of his exceptional hands in terms of YAC, elusiveness, breaking tackles or run blocking. Meyers has been lauded for simply being the SOLE member of the receiving corps that consistently caught the ball, and hence became arguably Palmer’s favorite target by default.

Stock Analysis: Hotter than it looks
After questioning Feidorowicz’s receiving skills he preceded go a tear to conclude the season highlighted by an 8 reception, 88 yard game vs. Nebraska. Imo, CJ is the most well rounded TE in the draft and one of the least known. Double TEs were a non-existent option in 2012.

Positives:
• Blocking
• Athleticism
• Excellent Size/Speed Ratio
• Iowa TE pedigree
Negatives:
• Elite Speed
Reminiscent of: Iowa TEs
2013 Outlook: Backup TE

Round 4, #97th Overall
• Phillip Thomas l SS l Fresno State l ht: 6’1” l wt: 215lbs l 40: 4.57




The Skinny: Giordano is your classic overachieving journeyman that most would root for. However, Gio has become a scapegoat for being an average player on a bad team despite being the ONLY safety with ball skills.

Phillip Thomas, who has led college football in interceptions for much of the season, could replace Giordano at backup FS. Obviously Phillip has ball skills and awareness both of which are desperately needed in the secondary.

Stock Analysis: Warm
18 months removed from a serious injury where Phillips broke his fibula, dislocated his ankle and tore an ankle ligament during a non-contact drill imvho much of his draft stock will be based on his 40 time and medical clearance.

Positives:
• Ball Skills
• Prototypical Size
• Awareness
Negatives:
• Speed
2013 Outlook: Backup FS

Round Four, #113th Overall (via New York Giants)
• Michael Buchanan l DE l Illinios l ht: 6’5” l wt: 240lbs l 40: 4.75




The Skinny:Buchanan was a pre-season 1st round projection whose stock has fallen into the 4th round after concluding a pedestrian senior season. However, Buchanan still possesses the uncanny athleticism that made many of his evaluators salivate albeit he is undersized. Imo, Buchanan represents the multitude of pass rushers in the 2013 draft, elite athleticism but flawed in one way or another and not the complete prospect one would typically take as a Top 5 selection.

Stock Analysis: Warm

nepatriotsdraft.com wrote:
Buchanan is not your typical athletic college speed rusher. He plays the “Bandit” DE/OLB position for the Illini, for the same coach who taught Demarcus Ware and the late Gaines Adams the same position (Vic Koenning, current DC at North Carolina). As the “Bandit”, he is asked to be half pass rush end and half edge setter, two things he does very well at this point.
Although he was over-shadowed by his teammate Whitney Mercilus last year, Buchanan looks like the more complete draft prospect to me. if Buchanan can add another 10 pounds (he recently bulked up from 240 to 250) before stepping onto an NFL playing field, his upside will go that much higher and he could be attractive to both 4-3 and 3-4 teams. LINK


Positives:
• Excellent Quickness
• Athleticism
Negatives:
• Run Defense
• Maxed Out Frame
2013 Outlook: Pass Rushing Specialist

Round 5, #129th Overall
• Traded to Seattle as part of the 2012 Aaron Curry trade


Round 6, #161th Overall
• Michael Mauti l OLB l Penn State l ht: 6’2” l wt: 235lbs l 40: 4.64




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The Skinny:The Mid-West is known for hearty folk with work ethic and fierce loyalty. It comes as no surprise that McKenzie is targeting this type of player to buy into the long-term rebuilding project that is the Raiders. This April McKenzie will revisit his favorite prospect well deep in Happy Valley to find a player with strong leadership skills.
That player could be 2012 Big 10 Butkus-Fitzgerald Linebacker of the Year: Michael Mauti. The co-captain of “Linebacker U” , Mauti is credited with being the inspirational leader that held Penn State together after the NCAA levied heavy sanctions. Mauti was in the Top 10 in many of the Big 10’s statistical categories and was coached by the legendary long-time assistant LB coach Ron Venderlinden.

Stock Analysis: Lukewarm
Obviously Mauti has all the intangibles to rival Teo. Although there are serious medical questions about the longevity of Mauti’s career for a late round selection Mauti is well worth the risk.

Positives:
• LEADERSHIP
• Awareness
• Instincts
• Special Teams Juggernaut
Negatives:
• Durability
• Undersized
2013 Outlook: Injured Reserve

Round 7, #193th Overall
• Josh Johnson l CB l Purdue l ht: 5’11” l wt: 195lbs l 40: 4.49




The Skinny:Typical of the late-round CB prospect that McKenzie has historically targeted in the past during his tenure in Green Bay.

Stock Analysis: Cold
Not outstanding in any one particular area of the game aside from being the desired prototypical measurements of an NFL CB.

Positives:
• Excellent size/Speed Ratio
• Prototypical Stature
Negatives:
• Ball Skills
2013 Outlook: Slot CB

Round 7, #198th Overall
• Quanterus Smith l DE l Western Kentucky l ht: 6’5” l wt: 248lbs l 40: 4.74


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vWCAavZMJBY

The Skinny: Another talented but flawed DE with raw pass rushing skills.

Stock Analysis: Ice Cold
Quanterus Smith was a favorite of small school evaluators until a blown knee could cause him to go undrafted.

Positives:
• Athleticism
• Performance Against Elite Competition
Negatives:
• ACL

UDFA
• Marcus Coker l RB/FB l Stone Brook (via Iowa) l ht: 5’11” l wt: 230lbs l 40: 4.59




This bruising runner left Iowa amid allegations of sexual assault that were later dropped. Coker cited a lack of support from the university as the catalyst for his transfer request as well as a desire to play closer to home. One season at Stoney Brook and I’m guessing Coker will throw his name in the hat for the NFL draft. Iowa basically runs a prostyle WCO so Coker could come in as the CoP in Oakland. It should noted Coker does have a fumbling problem.

Positives:
• Stiff Arm
• Yards After Contact
Negatives:
• Fumbling
Reminiscent of: WAS RB Alfred Morris

• Devon Kennard l DE/OLB l Southern Cal l ht: 6’3” l wt: 250lbs l 40: 4.72


Kennard has been the victim of misfortune. In 2011, Kennard under performed as he played out of position at MLB. This season Kennard seemed primed to break out as he was switched back to his more natural position of DE when he tore a pectoral muscle in the weightroom. Having an unspectacular collegiate resume, Kennard could very likely go undrafted in 2013.

OFFENSE
WR – Moore, Streater, Ford
TE - Meyer, Fiedorowicz , Ausberry
RT –Dunlap , Barnes
RG – Brisiel, Bergstrom
OC – Wisniewski
LG – Levitre, Parsons
LT – Veldheer, Smith
WR – Dobson, Criner
RB – DMC, Goodson, Stewart
FB – Reece
QB – Palmer, Leinart, Pryor

DEFENSE
RE –Shaughnessy, Buchanan
DT - Richardson, Bryant
NT – Franklin, Bilukidi
LE –Houston, Tollefson, Crawford
WLB – Burris, Clayton
MLB – Mauti, Gaither
SLB – Jenkins, Burnett
RCB –Spencer, Adams, Chekwa,
SS – Branch, Mitchell
FS – Huff, Thomas,
LCB - Bartell, Hanson, J.Johnson

NICKEL DEFENSE
RE –Jenkins
DT - Richardson
DT – Houston
LE – Buchanan
SLB – Burris
MLB – Mauti
RCB –Spencer
SlotCB - Adams
SS – Branch
FS – Huff
LCB - Bartell

SPECIAL TEAMS
K – Janikowski
P – King
LS – Condo

PRACTICE SQUAD
• Kennard
• Coker

INJURED RESERVE
• Quan Smith
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(on building inside out) teams without highly draft DT's make the playoffs and win the superbowl regularly.

Bonez wrote:
Teams that win Superbowls and make the playoffs aren't picking in the Top 5, clearly


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PostPosted: Sun Dec 09, 2012 5:57 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I like it, except for Brandon Jenkins, I think he will slide a little further in the draft.
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PostPosted: Sun Dec 09, 2012 6:02 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Very nicely done. Aside from drafting Dobson, who I like, but I don't feel is needed, I'd be stoked if our draft played out like that. Richardson is gonna be damn good. I think his potential is as high as Stars. Jenkins would also make a lot of sense, even though he'd be risky. The addition of those two to our D is exactly what's needed with our inability to create pressure. Best mock yet.
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PostPosted: Sun Dec 09, 2012 6:02 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

whats the difference between richardson and kelly
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PostPosted: Sun Dec 09, 2012 6:04 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

macklemore wrote:
I like it, except for Brandon Jenkins, I think he will slide a little further in the draft.

The greater the slide the better, but why the slide? I have Jenkins going into the combine greater than 260lbs. Remember Jenkins has solely been concentrating on training for the Combine since his Lisfranc injury. Pre-season Jenkins was regarded more highly than Werner.
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(on building inside out) teams without highly draft DT's make the playoffs and win the superbowl regularly.

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Teams that win Superbowls and make the playoffs aren't picking in the Top 5, clearly
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Shocked


Very nice, that looks like a lot of work
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NCOUGHMAN wrote:
whats the difference between richardson and kelly


I haven't seen a DT with this kind of quick twitch explosion in a long time. Richardson routinely beat the same Alabama double teams with speed that stifled Jenkins & Geathers. Richardson is an UT. I have ALWAYS said TK is an UT. NT will be addressed in FA. There are numerous value based options available in 2013, Franklin is just one. MOST rookie NTs are not ready for the physicality of the NFL in the trenches anyway. Star isn't the physical presence Gnata is.

TK beats double teams by anticipating snap counts (ie: jumping offsides). Richardson blows right by OL like he's coming out of starting blocks.
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(on building inside out) teams without highly draft DT's make the playoffs and win the superbowl regularly.

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Teams that win Superbowls and make the playoffs aren't picking in the Top 5, clearly
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PostPosted: Sun Dec 09, 2012 6:13 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Applause

Yes I can nitpick here and there, but this is a very solid mock overall.
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No chance we get Levitre, dude has been a monster these last 2 years and he's going to want top $$$. Im not a fan of Richardson but i like the rest
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Darkness wrote:
Very nicely done. Aside from drafting Dobson, who I like, but I don't feel is needed, I'd be stoked if our draft played out like that. Richardson is gonna be damn good. I think his potential is as high as Stars. Jenkins would also make a lot of sense, even though he'd be risky. The addition of those two to our D is exactly what's needed with our inability to create pressure. Best mock yet.


I had to redo this mock a number of times. I keep going back and forth between trading with Miami (One 1st; Two 2nds) or St.Louis (Two 1sts; One 2nd), both of whom who should be targeted as potential trade partners.

Jon Jenkins, who I used in a mock in 2012 but he returned to school, would have been my second 1st rd pick if the Raiders traded with the Rams but ultimately the negative reviews on Jenkins are hemorrhaging. 358lbs+ is a LOT of mid-section for a man only 6'3". In addition, I watched the Alabama closely and Jenkins lost me. Jenkins was not able to beat double teams with his strength as I expected or even hold the POA. Disappointing for a man his size.

I know he was being doubled by Warmack and Jones at times but Geathers was next him and Alabama STILL ran at will. Besides I am really warming up to Bilukidi who according to PFF has performed better against the run per snap than Kelly & Bryant. All the Raiders need is another year of off-season NFL weight training for Bilukidi. Raider Nation will be talking him up next season.
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(on building inside out) teams without highly draft DT's make the playoffs and win the superbowl regularly.

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Teams that win Superbowls and make the playoffs aren't picking in the Top 5, clearly


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CrashMan510 wrote:
No chance we get Levitre, dude has been a monster these last 2 years and he's going to want top $$$. Im not a fan of Richardson but i like the rest


Most likely looking at something in the 6.5 to 7.5M/year range. For reference, Ben Grubbs got a 5 years/36M coming off a Pro Bowl season last year.

We won't have a ton of cap room but we could still structure the contract to fit in the first year.
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Do we pick at #7 or #14 ? You have us at #7 for your mock draft but #14 in your analysis on Richardson?
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CrashMan510 wrote:
No chance we get Levitre, dude has been a monster these last 2 years and he's going to want top $$$. Im not a fan of Richardson but i like the rest


I'm hoping Levitre's suitors will be limited. He's not a huge guy and is probably limited to ZBS.
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(on building inside out) teams without highly draft DT's make the playoffs and win the superbowl regularly.

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Dessie wrote:
Do we pick at #7 or #14 ? You have us at #7 for your mock draft but #14 in your analysis on Richardson?


fixed. Thanks
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Not a fan of Dobson, give me the best available CB or OL. Not really a fan of Jenkins there either. I like the Mauti and Thomas picks though.
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