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PostPosted: Wed Jan 09, 2013 11:05 pm    Post subject: RamsFan24 New Mock Draft 1/9/2013 Reply with quote

I feel that with these offseason moves that we would be playing deep into Janaury, so sit back and enjoy the ride, and please feel free the give your feedback on this mock.

Restructor-

Quintin Mikell-S

Key Resigns-

Danny Amendola-WR



Danny is just amazing at moving the chains and making big plays for the Rams. Danny is Sam's security blanket, a must resign.

Steven Jackson-RB



Steven has put together another very good season with all the odds stacked against him. SJ has a good couple years left, strong vetren leader for this young team.

Williams Hayes-DE

Man William has been balling this season, I hope that we can resign him to a reasonable contract.

Robert Turner-OG/C

Robert has been another pleasant surprise for us, he would come back for us as an great interior back up, which could also feel in at guard again like this year.

Jermelle Cudjo-DT

Cudjo has played very solid for us, Jermelle helps gives us an great defensive line rotation.

William Hunter-OT

Wayne has really been a good sight to see, Hunter has played very solid in relief. If we can get him back at a decent amount, Hunter can be a very good vetren leader and 3rd rotational tackle.

Free Agency-

Phil Loadholt-OT

Yes I would absolutly love this signing to go down, Phil would come right in and be an dominate force on our offensive line. Phil would be an instant upgrade to Richardson, good, strong and nasty blocker to help complete our line.




NFL Draft 2013

1a.) Chance Warmack-OG, Alabama, 6'2, 322



Chance would come in and absolutly complete our offensive line, he is our instant starting right guard. Warmack is the most dominate offensive lineman on the board and probally in the entire draft. Les and Jeff will celebrate if Chance is still here at pick 16, we get a top 5 talent with Warmack.

1b.) Justin Hunter-WR, Tennessee, 6'4, 200 lb, 4.43 s



Justin Hunter is big and explosive #1 receiver that we have been desperatly been waiting for. Justin has great speed with an amazing catch radius. Justin runs very good routes and will go up and get the ball in the air. Ray Sherman is licking his chops at the oppertunity to coach up this explosive athlete. Justin will need to get stronger, and with an great receiver's coach, he will be even better in the pro's.


2.) Khaseem Greene-OLB, Rutgers, 6'1, 234 lb, 4.64 s



Khaseem is an absolute stud at the linebacker position, he has great explosiveness and sideline to sideline speed. Greene will cause havoc when blitzing, he is an very good tackler with good vision, he's an coverted safety, good coverage abilities. Day one plug and play starter, which would have Rocky as an nice rotational back up.


3.) D.J. Swearinger, FS, South Carolina, 5'11, 210, 4.56 s



D.J. was the absolute heart and soul of the S Carolina's defense, He is a ball hawk that we have been missing. D.J. has good range and coverage skills, and can lay the wood also. Swearinger is good against the run also, good tackler, but will need to get stronger in the future.


4.) Tyrann Mathieu-S/DB/KR/PR, LSU, 5'9, 180 lb, 4.58 s



Tyrann is a very exciting player to grab in the mid round, he is an absolute playmaker, that's just what he does, and you can never have enough of those type of special players on your team. Mathieu would come in and instantly be the true return specialist that we have been screaming for. Then Fisher could get really creative with him in the backfield as a nickel or slot back, and can be rotated in as a centerfielder on some passing plays.

5.) Marcus Lattimore-RB, South Carolina, 6-0, 220 lb, 4.62s



Yes the Rams take a chance on an potenial steal if Marcus can come back healthy again and stay upright. Marcus came back strong from the first bad injury, so hopefully he can do it again. Lattimore is an absolute beast that just been dealt an very bad hand with injuires in college, hopefully those will stay in the past. Whenever Lattimore is able to come back, he can easily be Stevan's real replacement.

6.) Michael Williams-TE, Alabama, 6'5, 272 lb, 4.7 s



Michael is an big and massive blocking and receiving tight end that we really need. Williams will allow Lance to be the playmaking tight end that he is, while Michael would take over as a better blocking back that Mulligan was suppose to be who also can make some plays with his hands.

7.) Anthony White-DT, Michigan State, 6'2, 330 lb



Anthony would come in and add to an already dominate defensive lines, great depth player here, solid future player.
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PostPosted: Wed Jan 09, 2013 11:32 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I like this but not a fan of Hunter at all. I rather have Williams, Allen or Woods
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PostPosted: Wed Jan 09, 2013 11:38 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Brodie wrote:
I like this but not a fan of Hunter at all. I rather have Williams, Allen or Woods


This.


Im not the biggest fan of Greene, I love what he offers physically but he sort of freelances out there like a headhunter. I dont know if he can become a good NFL linebacker.
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PostPosted: Thu Jan 10, 2013 12:04 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Brodie wrote:
I like this but not a fan of Hunter at all. I rather have Williams, Allen or Woods


Now I'm a huge Hunter fan, I just think he has that it factor. But to be honest, I actually had Terrance Williams at my pick 22 spot, but I have seen so many round one combos where it's Chance and Williams, that I wanted to switch it up a little bit. Williams have absolutely grown on me, I do like him alot. I will have no problem once so ever if we Draft either Allen, Williams or Hunter in round one, or even Austin if Danny leaves.
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RamsFan24 wrote:
Brodie wrote:
I like this but not a fan of Hunter at all. I rather have Williams, Allen or Woods


Now I'm a huge Hunter fan, I just think he has that it factor. But to be honest, I actually had Terrance Williams at my pick 22 spot, but I have seen so many round one combos where it's Chance and Williams, that I wanted to switch it up a little bit. Williams have absolutely grown on me, I do like him alot. I will have no problem once so ever if we Draft either Allen, Williams or Hunter in round one, or even Austin if Danny leaves.


My two main problems with Hunter are his size and drops. I just dont believe his body will hold up much in the NFL. I like WRs that can go down the middle and he is too skinny to take a beating for long. I agree tho that he would add a dimension that is missing. A dimension that is always great to have. Speedy tall jump ball receiver
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PostPosted: Thu Jan 10, 2013 12:11 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Brodie wrote:
I like this but not a fan of Hunter at all. I rather have Williams, Allen or Woods


Now I'm a huge Hunter fan, I just think he has that it factor. But to be honest, I actually had Terrance Williams at my pick 22 spot, but I have seen so many round one combos where it's Chance and Williams, that I wanted to switch it up a little bit. Williams have absolutely grown on me, I do like him alot. I will have no problem once so ever if we Draft either Allen, Williams or Hunter in round one, or even Austin if Danny leaves.
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PostPosted: Thu Jan 10, 2013 12:15 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

DEE RAWL wrote:
Brodie wrote:
I like this but not a fan of Hunter at all. I rather have Williams, Allen or Woods


This.


Im not the biggest fan of Greene, I love what he offers physically but he sort of freelances out there like a headhunter. I dont know if he can become a good NFL linebacker.


Wow, from all the film and scouting reports that I've read, everybody's pretty high on this kid. He was a tackling machine And a leader for that defense, now he is a head Hunter though, lol.
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PostPosted: Thu Jan 10, 2013 12:24 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

The kid has talent dont get me wrong. I like him more than Ogeltree but he has his issues and not sure how smooth his transition will be.
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Brodie wrote:
RamsFan24 wrote:
Brodie wrote:
I like this but not a fan of Hunter at all. I rather have Williams, Allen or Woods


Now I'm a huge Hunter fan, I just think he has that it factor. But to be honest, I actually had Terrance Williams at my pick 22 spot, but I have seen so many round one combos where it's Chance and Williams, that I wanted to switch it up a little bit. Williams have absolutely grown on me, I do like him alot. I will have no problem once so ever if we Draft either Allen, Williams or Hunter in round one, or even Austin if Danny leaves.


My two main problems with Hunter are his size and drops. I just dont believe his body will hold up much in the NFL. I like WRs that can go down the middle and he is too skinny to take a beating for long. I agree tho that he would add a dimension that is missing. A dimension that is always great to have. Speedy tall jump ball receiver


I totally agree with your concerns, those are two big things that Justin is going to have to get better at. I think though with a good receivers coach, Justin can hopefully improve those issues so that he can get stronger and better.
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LOVE.
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LOVE.


Thanks alot Jonezy, I appreciate that.
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Good looking haul. I think Tyrann is going to be drafted in that range. Too much production to go undrafted. Would love to see Greene as a Ram.
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stlblackshirt wrote:
Good looking haul. I think Tyrann is going to be drafted in that range. Too much production to go undrafted. Would love to see Greene as a Ram.


Thanks man, and some nfl experts think that Tyrann might go in the late 2nd or 3rd round, I sure hope not, the 4th is prefect for me. And yes Khaseem Greene or Sean Porter would look really nice in a Rams uniform.
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I can't complain.
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I can't complain.


Wow, thanks jrry32, especially coming from you, lol.
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