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Mock Draft By KiwiFan and Others

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PostPosted: Sat Apr 02, 2005 9:08 pm    Post subject: Mock Draft By KiwiFan and Others Reply with quote

Round One- SS Thomas Davis, Georgia HT-6’1 WT-230
Why- We needed a strong safety long before Darren left because of the poor play of Mark Roman. Thomas Davis is a monster in the secondary laying WR out and making running backs pay for coming his way. He is a lot like Roy Williams with the way he hits WR across the middle he has been playing free safety but will play strong for us. He ran a horrible 4.6 at the combine but quickly changed that to a 4.4 at his pro day he will be in coverage a lot more and will need to define his skills. Thomas Davis played on a very talented defense and was recognized most for his big hits he has great range and is very physical against the run. He will not miss a tackle he will help solidify our secondary and change them from a laughing stock to a hard hitting power house.

Round Two- DE Matt Roth, Iowa HT-6’4 WT-270
Why- This is a position that needs to be addressed right away we need a pass rusher bad our d-line looks a bad as our secondary when teams just pass all day. Matt Roth is a former LB he made the switch in 2002 but has played DE very well making QB scared to pass when he is out there. Matt is a type of player who will not be outworked by any player at any time weather on the field or in the weight room. Roth is a very intense player who has a quick burst to get to the quarterback. He has a non-stop motor and wont quit on any play he is a playmaker on the defensive line. Roth can hold his own against the run and finds the ball very quickly after getting off blocks. He will help our line out very well and will compliment KGB perfectly.

Round Two2- FS Corey Webster, LSU HT-6’0 WT-199
Why- I know that Corey Webster is a corner but in Jim Bates defense a corner could play safety because they’re just in coverage most of the time. Corey has the weight to play safety he could add a couple more pounds of muscle. He has great ball skills and hands like a WR he has good athletic ability and was still learning the corner position so could make the switch. Played WR and moved to corner he has great leaping ability and could come up and cover a slot WR if need be. He is a good hitter and will make a WR pay for some catches he plays hard and will play through pain he might not start right away. He should come in when Romans poor play appears again and it will Corey is a football player with lots of hart and pride he will come in with Pool, Carroll, and Harris to try and turn this secondary around.

Round Three- ILB Lance Mitchell, Oklahoma HT-6’3 WT-247
Why- Nick Barnett is a great athlete and needs to be placed to the outside where his speed will really help him. Diggs was better at the strong side and will feel more comfortable there and Lance will hold down the middle spot. Mitchell plays sideline to sideline he is very quick to the ball and can shed blocks very well he will slip sometimes. He plays with hart and intensity those are things that cannot be taught and will be helpful to him. He is a force against the run making tackle after tackle he is fast enough to catch a back from behind or in the backfield. Is fluid in his hips and good in coverage he can cover the WR type TE and some running backs out of the backfield. He will go with Nick and Diggs to make a nice young LB core.

Round Four- OG Chris Kemoeatu, Utah HT-6’3 WT-344
Why- With the lose of two starting guards we need some depth and Chris is a monster on the field with a nasty and when I say nasty I mean nasty demeanor on the field. He is very aggressive and plays to his strengths. Massive size and frame he is a dominator in the run game, which is a huge, plus for our RB. Explosive out of his stance and will not get pushed around by a lot he has a brother that plays for the ravens. Is pretty athletic for a man of his size struggles a little in space but could work on this he could become a dominant type of player. He has lots of intensity and plays with fire he gets after it each and every play. He will be great offensive linemen in a couple of years and will be great with us.

Round Five- QB Stefan LeFors, Louisville HT-6’0 WT-208
Why- I don’t want to draft a QB but we will probably end up drafting one anyways simple because CN is not proven and who knows what O’Sullivan can do. He plays with lots of hart and guts technically undersized but does not play that way. Has great mobility and scrambling ability he is known for taking off and running for the first or more. He is a left hand quarterback and makes things happen on the run he played very well this year and his numbers don’t lie. He is a leader and general on the field who knows how to read a defense and when to make the right call. Very accurate QB who make par to none mistakes he will do well with a couple years under Farve and should learn a lot before taking over.

Round Six- DE Adell Duckett, Texas Tech HT-6’4 WT-270
Why- We need depth along the defensive line and now that we have both our back up half backs signed we can draft the depth. Adell Duckett is a sack artist and can get around a offensive tackle very quick he is strong enough to hold his own against the run and play very well on both. He will be productive on passing down and will be situational for the time being and might take over for KGB one day. Duckett needs to work on his technique and work on getting flat down the line. He will help out our rush a whole lot and might become a starter one day.


One- ILB Lionel Turner, LSU HT-6’2 WT-260
Why- Turner is very versatile he has played all three linebacker positions and plays them very well. He is a big hitter and a very good pass rusher and was a talented player on a talented defense he is a little large and could slim down. He is projected to play outside but is to large and probably will not get drafted or will get drafted in the seventh but most likely not. He is a good player and will be a monster on special teams.
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PostPosted: Tue Apr 05, 2005 7:52 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

If Roth is there in the 2nd...I really like this. However, I'd rather take the chance on finding a safety in the 2nd round. Shazor maybe. It's going to boil down to where the first run of players comes. If it's D-line, you gotta get one while the getting is good. If the LB's start to fall, odds are better that a DE will fall to the 2nd.
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