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PostPosted: Thu Apr 27, 2017 1:38 am    Post subject: Fracdaddy14's Last-Minute Mock Reply with quote

ROUND 1

DEREK BARNETT- DE- TENNESSEE
NFL.COM SUMMARY:
Strong edge presence with NFL-caliber hand usage and play strength. Barnett is one of the most productive defensive linemen to come out of the SEC in quite some time despite lacking the length and twitch that teams usually look for off the edge. His awareness and play traits should keep him near the action and he has the talent to step into a starting base end spot right away. There could be coordinators who view him as an early down, outside backer in a 3-4 with the ability to put his hand in the ground on sub packages.



ROUND 2

ZACH CUNNINGHAM- LB- VANDERBILT
NFL.COM SUMMARY:
Cunningham's missed tackles and lack of desired play strength could bother teams, but his consistent production is hard to ignore. Cunningham is a rangy, three-down linebacker who has a nose for the ball and special teams value. His downhill approach is made for attacking 4-3 defenses and Cunningham could become a good, early starter as a run-and-chase weak-side linebacker.



ROUND 3

DALVIN TOMLINSON- DT- ALABAMA
NFL.COM SUMMARY:
Prototypical Alabama defensive tackle who wins with leverage, power and technique. Tomlinson's powerful frame and ability to stack the run between the tackles could make him a scheme-flexible target in the draft. While he is likely to be drafted as a run bully, his history of operating in Alabama's stunt-and-twist-oriented defense could help keep him on the field on third downs for teams using a similar concept. Tomlinson has a chance to become an early starter and should work into a defensive line rotation immediately.



ROUND 4

SAMAJE PERINE- RB- OKLAHOMA
NFL.COM SUMMARY:
Perine is a physical runner who can create additional yardage through power and can be a complimentary "banger" for a team who already has a slasher. Perine doesn't have the burst or play speed to be a dynamic lead back, but he can handle a heavy workload if needed and he should become an immediate short-yardage and goal-line option.



ROUND 5

JULIE'N DAVENPORT- OT- BUCKNELL
NFL.COM SUMMARY:
Raw tackle lacking in technique but long on physical traits. Has been able to dominate against lower level of competition and his step up in competition during pre-draft workouts will either throw a wet blanket over his draft grade or send his stock soaring. Despite a lack of technique, his traits will have teams willing to draft and wait for him as a project. He will be a work in progress and might be forced to move to the right side.



ROUND 6

MICHAEL ROBERTS- TE- TOLEDO
NFL.COM SUMMARY:
One season of "wow" production, but has NFL size and length. Roberts' tape shows inconsistent effort from a blocking standpoint, but it also shows the strength and ability to handle those chores on the next level. He should be a functional receiver target as well and could come in as a third tight end with the ability to work his way up the ladder.



ROUND 7

JEREMY CUTRER- CB- MIDDLE TENNESSEE ST
NFL.COM SUMMARY:
His height and overall length is a checkmark in his favor and Cutrer also possesses a level of smoothness and athleticism in his coverage. Cutrer's play speed is just average and his lack of functional bulk will definitely concern teams. Cutrer has the ability to make plays on the ball, but his lack of anticipation coupled with the separation he allows underneath could make reaching his ball production potential a challenge on the NFL level.
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GMENNATION


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PostPosted: Thu Apr 27, 2017 9:52 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

This would be a great draft for us. My only criticism is on the TE. I just feel like if we're not drafting a TE in Round 1 or 2, it's just a waste. Will not be much of an upgrade over what we already have.

Beefing up the depth on the defensive front 7 would be great in this scenario.
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PostPosted: Thu Apr 27, 2017 10:18 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

If Barnett falls to us then no brainer, If Cunningham is there in the 2nd then perfect and we get Tomlinson??? Great first 3 rounds.
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