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PostPosted: Sat Jun 17, 2006 1:05 pm    Post subject: 3 Round Mock (SR's Only) Reply with quote

I just finished this 3 round 2007 mock. The predictions of the records and order were loosely made and are not my final 2007 predictions but are as of now. As for the 3 rounder, I know this won't be remotely close to the real thing so don't make a post about that. This mock is a little different and only includes seniors. I just wanted to make a SR. only mock just to see how the draft class would be if no juniors declare. If you see any juniors in here, my mistake just let me hear it. I would also like to apologize for the bad format. That is what happens when I make my mocks on Microsoft Excel. But you want a more friendly format here is a link:

http://geocities.com/gbpfan10001/Mock/Mock1.htm

1 New York Jets Brady Quinn QB Notre Dame
2 San Francisco 49ers Adam Carriker DE Nebraska
3 Houston Texans Joe Thomas OT Wisconsin
4 Buffalo Bills Quentin Moses DE Georgia
5 Detroit Lions Daymeion Hughes CB California
6 New Orleans Saints Paul Posluszny ILB Penn State
7 St. Louis Rams Gaines Adams DE Clemson
8 Oakland Raiders Drew Stanton QB Michigan State
9 Green Bay Packers Jeff Samardzija WR Notre Dame
10 Tennessee Titans Justin Blalock OT Texas
11 Cleveland Browns LaRon Landry FS LSU
12 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Rufus Alexander OLB Oklahoma
13 Miami Dolphins Michael Griffin FS Texas
14 Washington Redskins Baraka Atkins DE Miami (Florida)
15 Arizona Cardinals Levi Brown OT Penn State
16 New York Giants Michael Bush HB Louisville
17 San Diego Chargers Patrick Willis ILB Mississippi
18 Baltimore Ravens Brandon Merriweather SS Miami (Florida)
19 Minnesota Vikings H.B. Blades ILB Pittsburgh
20 Cincinnati Bengals Buster Davis OLB Florida State
21 Chicago Bears Steve Smith WR USC
22 Indianapolis Colts Kyle Young C Fresno State
23 Kansas City Chiefs Marcus Hamilton CB Virginia Tech
24 Seattle Seahawks Tom Zbikowski SS Notre Dame
25 Carolina Panthers Justin Harrell DT Tennessee
26 Philadelphia Eagles Jason Hill WR Washington State
27 Jacksonville Jaguars Samson Satele OG Hawaii
28 New England Patriots Anthony Waters ILB Clemson
29 Dallas Cowboys Troy Smith QB Ohio State
30 Pittsburgh Steelers Leon Hall CB Michigan
31 Atlanta Falcons Lamarr Woodley OLB Michigan
32 Denver Broncos Brian Robison DE Texas

33 New York Jets Kenny Irons HB Auburn
34 San Francisco 49ers Steve Breaston WR Michigan
35 Houston Texans Dwayne Bowe WR LSU
36 Buffalo Bills Mike Jones OT Iowa
37 Detroit Lions Dedrick Harrington ILB Missouri
38 New Orleans Saints Zackary Bowman CB Nebraska
39 St. Louis Rams Ramzee Robinson CB Alabama
40 Oakland Raiders Dan Mozes OG West Virginia
41 Green Bay Packers Brian Leonard FB Rutgers
42 Tennessee Titans Quinn Pitcock DT Ohio State
43 Cleveland Browns Dan Bazuin DE Central Michigan
44 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Kenny Scott CB Georgia Tech
45 Miami Dolphins Desmond Bishop ILB California
46 New York Jets (f/WAS) Stephen Nicholas OLB South Florida
47 Arizona Cardinals Tim Crowder DE Texas
48 New York Giants Brandon Mebane DT California
49 San Diego Chargers Tim Mixon CB California
50 Baltimore Ravens Mason Crosby K Colorado
51 Minnesota Vikings Aaron Sears OT Tennessee
52 Cincinnati Bengals Aaron Rouse FS Virginia Tech
53 Chicago Bears Chris Leak QB Florida
54 Indianapolis Colts Ryan Moore WR Miami (Florida)
55 Kansas City Chiefs Tyrone Moss HB Miami (Florida)
56 Seattle Seahawks Earl Everett OLB Florida
57 Carolina Panthers Clark Harris TE Rutgers
58 Philadelphia Eagles Roderick Rogers CB Wisconsin
59 Jacksonville Jaguars Marcus Thomas DE Florida
60 New England Patriots Garland Heath SS N.C. State
61 Dallas Cowboys Brian Daniels OG Colorado
62 Pittsburgh Steelers Kenneth Darby HB Alabama
63 Atlanta Falcons Jarrett Hicks WR Texas Tech
64 Denver Broncos Lorenzo Booker HB Florida State

65 New York Jets Manuel Ramirez OG Texas Tech
66 San Francisco 49ers Oscar Lua ILB USC
67 Houston Texans Sam Keller QB Arizona State
68 Buffalo Bills Ryan Kalil C USC
69 Detroit Lions Joe Newton TE Oregon State
70 New Orleans Saints Kasey Studdard OG Texas
71 St. Louis Rams DeShawn Wynn HB Florida
72 Oakland Raiders Xzavie Jackson DE Missouri
73 Green Bay Packers David Irons CB Auburn
74 Tennessee Titans Mike Barrow K Idaho
75 Cleveland Browns Matt Herrian TE Nebraska
76 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Johnnie Lee Higgins WR UTEP
77 Miami Dolphins Victor Abiamiri DE Notre Dame
78 Washington Redskins Matt Spaeth TE Minnesota
79 Arizona Cardinals Mkristo Bruce OLB Washington State
80 New York Giants Mark Fenton C Colorado
81 San Diego Chargers David Overstreet SS Missouri
82 Baltimore Ravens Doug Free OT Northern Illinois
83 Minnesota Vikings Dallas Baker WR Florida
84 Cincinnati Bengals Kareem Brown DT Miami (Florida)
85 Chicago Bears Tarrell Brown CB Texas
86 Indianapolis Colts Garrett Wolfe HB Northern Illinois
87 Kansas City Chiefs Thaddaeus Washington ILB Colorado
88 Seattle Seahawks Selvin Young HB Texas
89 Carolina Panthers Mike Otto OT Purdue
90 Philadelphia Eagles John Talley CB Duke
91 Jacksonville Jaguars Chansey Stuckey WR Clemson
92 New England Patriots Zach Latimer OLB Oklahoma
93 Dallas Cowboys J.J. Billingsley FS Colorado
94 Pittsburgh Steelers Andre Caldwell WR Florida
95 Atlanta Falcons A.J. Davis CB N.C. State
96 Denver Broncos Brandon Owens SS Minnesota
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PostPosted: Sat Jun 17, 2006 1:07 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Nice Saints draft.

Mkristo Bruce is a tweener, he'd play DE in Arizona.
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PostPosted: Sat Jun 17, 2006 1:13 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

We don't need an ILB. Moore, Ullbrich, and Smith are all starters. Other than that, it's a good mock for only having seniors.
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PostPosted: Sat Jun 17, 2006 1:36 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Good Ravens draft
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PostPosted: Sat Jun 17, 2006 2:13 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

No DT for the Panthers. Even if Jenkins isn'tbcak to his All-Pro self after two injuries, we have Kemo, Carstens, and Lewis. We have 2 others that probably won't get into a rotation that much. We have good starters and depth there. A safety would be a bette rpick. After that a TE, which I see you addressed in Round 2.
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PostPosted: Sat Jun 17, 2006 3:03 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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10 Tennessee Titans Justin Blalock OT Texas


not a bad pick but in the situation without JRs in the draft and us drafting at the 10th pick overall, i would rather have Landry since he fell that far and he would be able to play alongside of Chris Hope in the secondary.....

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42 Tennessee Titans Quinn Pitcock DT Ohio State


we dont really need a DT to bad with us already having a great one in Albet Hayneworth and a capable one in Randy Starks... they are both young and decent for us. I would have rather seen us choosing Tim Crowder to give us another DE to play alongside of KVB.

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74 Tennessee Titans Mike Barrow K Idaho


a kicker in the 3rd round?? are you serious.......thats a horrible pick when we just chose a Kicker in the 05 draft and he has panned out for us well having a great year last year in his first season. I would like Doug Free for that pick since we can use another OT for the line with Hopkins retiring last year and us not drafting one in the 06' draft..
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PostPosted: Sat Jun 17, 2006 3:05 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I don't think the Steelers will take a CB in the 1st round, they have McFadden and Taylor, who both looked good last year, and are both young. It could be possible if Taylor doesn't resign, but I don't see them taking a nickelback in the 1st with 2 good young starting corners. Good pick for the Vikes though.
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PostPosted: Sat Jun 17, 2006 3:16 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

that is kind of a strange pick in my mind as well...

im guessing that he was thinking that he would play as the goal line back becasue of his size or so until Tiki retires and then he turns into the #1 RB for the future.

thats about the only thing i could think of. Confused
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PostPosted: Sat Jun 17, 2006 4:05 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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23 Kansas City Chiefs Marcus Hamilton CB Virginia Tech

No doubt the Chiefs need another solid CB

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55 Kansas City Chiefs Tyrone Moss HB Miami (Florida)


HB here??? Someone was sharring with Ricky Williams??? Maybe ya havent heard but we got Larry Johnson, Priest Holmes ...Brown...and Griffin not to mention trade rumors of us picking up Michael Bennett.

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87 Kansas City Chiefs Thaddaeus Washington ILB Colorado

Were pretty much set with Mitchell at MLB

Surprised you didnt give us a WR or an OT both are much bigger needs....(OT because of Roaf expected to retire next year and Welborne already gone)

I hope this information helps you become a better mocker
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PostPosted: Sat Jun 17, 2006 4:27 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

The Bengals will not take a LB in the first round. That is probably their strongest position on defense. They have Simmons, Thurman, and Pollack, who are all, or will be, very good starters. They also have Landon Johnson who probably should be starting in place of Simmons. He led the team in tackles two years ago and was second or third last year. Plus, they have good depth beyond that as well. Zbikowski or Crowder would be better choices there. As far as the other two rounds are concerned, I will let those go, but the biggest areas to look at would be DE, S, TE, and maybe OG.
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PostPosted: Sat Jun 17, 2006 5:05 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I dont really like any of the picks for the Hawks...

1) We dont really need a SS, Boulware is emerging as a solid SS...maybe you were thinking FS, because Hamlin's injury puts question marks there.

2) We have great starters and good depth at all LB positions. No need at all...unless theres a FA next year im not thinking about.

3) RB...were set there: SA starter, Morris is an excellent backup, Strong starting FB, Kirtman backup FB (or PS), and Weaver is a possible future FB or power back..

Better choices:
FS (as mentioned before)
DE (add to the rotation)
CB
OL
TE is a possibility for later rounds
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31 Atlanta Falcons Lamarr Woodley OLB Michigan

Atlanta has ZERO need for a LB. we need a S or a DT... Aaron Rouse would be a perfect fit to eventually replace Milloy.
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63 Atlanta Falcons Jarrett Hicks WR Texas Tech

why select a #4 wR in the 2nd round? we would get a position we actually need like OG (Dan Mozes)
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95 Atlanta Falcons A.J. Davis CB N.C. State

wow. our CB spot is set with Hall, Williams, Webster, Cash, Mathis and Rossum. we need a big DT and a guy like Okoye from Louisville woudl be great.
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PostPosted: Sat Jun 17, 2006 5:45 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

i guess Kellen Clemens doesnt count as the Jets QB of the future.
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PostPosted: Sat Jun 17, 2006 6:09 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

The Jets won't be picking #1 next year. I guarantee it. They were picking at #4 this year and there's no way they have another season like last year.

Oh, and they definitely wouldn't take Brady Quinn. Kellen Clemens is the future at QB, and you don't 'upgrade the future', you build around it. Peterson, Calvin Johnson, or Dwayne Jarrett would make more sense. Though you're doing only seniors, we still wouldn't take Brady Quinn.
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PostPosted: Sat Jun 17, 2006 6:15 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I like the Steelers pick if Ike Taylor leaves next year.
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