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jimbo1904


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PostPosted: Sat May 04, 2013 12:34 pm    Post subject: 13 years of draft history- lots of steals, lots of misses! Reply with quote

I thought this was interesting to see how we've drafted over the years and different styles for each coach/GM. You can definitely tell the difference in each of their philosophies.

2013
1st Round 9th overall (Assigned): Dee Milliner, CB, Alabama
1st Round 13th overall (from Revis trade): Sheldon Richardson, DT, Missouri
2nd Round 39th overall (Assigned): Geno Smith, QB, West Virginia
3rd Round 72nd overall (Assigned): Brian Winters, OL, Kent State
5th Round 141st (Assigned): Oday Aboushi, OL, UVA
6th Round 178th (Assigned): William Campbell, DT, Michigan
7th Round 215th (Assigned): Tommy Bohanon, FB, Wake Forest
My grade: B+

2012
1 16 Quinton Coples DE North Carolina
2 43 Stephen Hill WR Georgia Tech
3 77 Demario Davis LB Arkansas State
6 187 Josh Bush DB Wake Forest
6 202 Terrance Ganaway RB Baylor
6 203 Robert T. Griffin G Baylor
7 242 Antonio Allen SS South Carolina
7 244 Jordan White WR Western Michigan
My Grade: B. the only reason is we don't know how HIll, Davis, Allen, etc will be in year 2.

2011
1 30 Muhammad Wilkerson DT Temple
3 94 Kenrick Ellis DT Hampton
4 126 Bilal Powell RB Louisville
5 153 Jeremy Kerley WR Texas Christian
7 208 Greg McElroy QB Alabama
7 227 Scotty McKnight WR Colorado
My Grade: B+. We hit with Wilk and Kerley, but who knows if Ellis and Powell will live up to competition and become solid contributors.

-------- post 3 years so we can truly grade----------------------------

2010-
1 29 Kyle Wilson CB Boise State
2 61 Vladimir Ducasse T Massachusetts
4 112 Joe McKnight RB USC
5 139 John Conner RB Kentucky
My Grade: C-. Wilson and McKnight are solid ROLE players, but Duc and Conner were major busts. Plus only 4 picks.

2009- Rex First Year
1 5 Mark Sanchez QB USC
3 65 Shonn Greene RB Iowa
6 193 Matt Slauson G Nebraska
My Grade: D+. At the time I liked it because we had our QB and RB of the future. how Quickly things change. Also not a lot of picks.

2008- Last Mangini Draft
1 6 Vernon Gholston LB Ohio State
1 30 Dustin Keller TE Purdue
4 113 Dwight Lowery CB San Jose State
5 162 Erik Ainge QB Tennessee
6 171 Marcus Henry WR Kansas
7 211 Nate Garner T Arkansas
My Grade: C-. Gholston had bust written all over him and we never used Keller how we should. Lowery was decent.

2007
1 14 Darrelle Revis CB Pittsburgh
2 47 David Harris ILB Michigan
6 177 Jacob Bender T Nicholls State
7 235 Chansi Stuckey WR Clemson
My Grade: B+. Obviously we get 1 superstar and 1 career starter. Unfortunately we mortgaged the house for a few players. A trend that will continue over the years. No wonder we got old... FAST

2006- First Mangini Draft
1 4 D'Brickashaw Ferguson T Virginia
1 29 Nick Mangold C Ohio State
2 49 Kellen Clemens QB Oregon
3 76 Anthony Schlegel LB Ohio State
3 97 Eric Smith DB Michigan State
4 103 Brad Smith WR Missouri
4 117 Leon Washington RB Florida State
5 150 Jason Pociask TE Wisconsin
6 189 Drew Coleman CB Texas Christian
7 220 Titus Adams DT Nebraska
My Grade: A. 2 pro bowlers and a few career starters till we traded them. Manginous was born.

2005- Last Herm draft
2 47 Mike Nugent K Ohio State
2 57 Justin Miller CB Clemson
3 88 Sione Pouha DT Utah
4 123 Kerry Rhodes SS Louisville
5 161 Andre Maddox DB North Carolina State
6 182 Cedric Houston RB Tennessee
6 198 Joel Dreessen TE Colorado State
7 240 Harry Williams WR Tuskegee
My Grade: D+. No first rounder, a KICKER in the second, gotta be kidding me... after that we hit with Pouha and Rhodes.

2004
1 12 Jonathan Vilma MLB Miami (Fla.)
3 76 Derrick Strait CB Oklahoma
4 108 Jerricho Cotchery WR North Carolina State
4 132 Adrian Jones T Kansas
5 143 Erik Coleman FS Washington State
6 178 Marko Cavka T Sacramento State
7 213 Darrell McClover LB Miami (Fla.)
7 234 Trevor Johnson DE Nebraska
7 235 Derrick Ward RB Ottawa (Kans.)
7 236 Rashad Washington DB Kansas State
My Grade: B- Loved Vilma. I remember it was my first Jersey I bought when I moved to the west coast. Wish Cotch never left.

2003
1 4 Dewayne Robertson DT Kentucky
2 53 Victor Hobson LB Michigan
3 85 B.J. Askew FB Michigan
5 140 Derek Pagel DB Iowa
5 150 Matt Walters DE Miami (Fla.)
6 200 Brooks Bollinger QB Wisconsin
7 237 Dave Yovanovits T Temple
My Grade: C-. Dewayne was the next big thing. He was a starter that never became a superstar. PS. I miss brooks Bollinger.

2002
1 22 Bryan Thomas DE Alabama-Birmingham
2 57 Jon McGraw DB Kansas State
3 88 Chris Baker TE Michigan State
4 121 Alan Harper DT Fresno State
5 154 Jonathan Goodwin G Michigan
My Grade: C+. Thomas would turn into a cornerstone. Baker and McGraw had flashes but just too inconsistent.

2001 - First Herm Draft
1 16 Santana Moss WR Miami (Fla.)
2 49 LaMont Jordan RB Maryland
3 79 Kareem McKenzie T Penn State
4 101 Jamie Henderson DB Georgia
7 206 James Reed DT Iowa State
7 217 Tupe Peko G Michigan State
My Grade: B. I liked this draft. I thought our first 3 picks were solid.

2000- Al Groh first (and only- but credit goes to Parcells)
1 12 Shaun Ellis DE Tennessee
1 13 John Abraham LB South Carolina
1 18 Chad Pennington QB Marshall
1 27 Anthony Becht TE West Virginia
3 78 Laveranues Coles WR Florida State
5 143 Windrell Hayes WR USC
6 179 Tony Scott CB North Carolina State
7 218 Richard Seals -- Utah
My Grade: A. Its not everyday you get 4 first rounders and they all hit (except Becht). Coles was great in the 3rd.

There you have it. Lots of names come and gone. Time will tell how the 2013 will pan out.


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green24


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PostPosted: Sat May 04, 2013 12:39 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

You're underrating 2011. We got two cornerstones in Wilkerson and Kerley, plus a starter in Ellis and a contributor in Powell.

2005 deserves a higher grade. Too early to grade 2012 and 2013.
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PostPosted: Sat May 04, 2013 12:43 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

green24 wrote:
You're underrating 2011. We got two cornerstones in Wilkerson and Kerley, plus a starter in Ellis and a contributor in Powell.

2005 deserves a higher grade. Too early to grade 2012 and 2013.


1 cornerstone, 1 TBD, and 2 contributors.
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PostPosted: Sat May 04, 2013 12:52 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

teamorange wrote:
green24 wrote:
You're underrating 2011. We got two cornerstones in Wilkerson and Kerley, plus a starter in Ellis and a contributor in Powell.

2005 deserves a higher grade. Too early to grade 2012 and 2013.


1 cornerstone, 1 TBD, and 2 contributors.

A guy who has 827 receiving yards as a second-year player with our joke QB situation last season deserves to stick around for awhile.
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PostPosted: Sat May 04, 2013 12:52 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Yeah, looking back... I agree. I edited and gave them a B+. If Ellis excels this year, then they get an A.
It was fun to look back at early 2000's. Lots of names we hear as "old men" now.
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PostPosted: Sat May 04, 2013 1:20 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

green24 wrote:
teamorange wrote:
green24 wrote:
You're underrating 2011. We got two cornerstones in Wilkerson and Kerley, plus a starter in Ellis and a contributor in Powell.

2005 deserves a higher grade. Too early to grade 2012 and 2013.


1 cornerstone, 1 TBD, and 2 contributors.

A guy who has 827 receiving yards as a second-year player with our joke QB situation last season deserves to stick around for awhile.


A cornerstone isn't someone who "sticks around." A corner stone is someone you build around. And there have been plenty of receivers who had big 2nd years and fell off the cliff. Koren, Nate Burleson, Crowell, Breaston all say "sup."
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