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eddie mac
04-14-2009, 04:25 AM
With pick 5-166 The Dallas Cowboys select

Brandon Tate WR North Carolina

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Overview
Tate was just starting to come into his own as a wide receiver in 2008 when he suffered two torn ligaments in his right knee vs. Notre Dame, missing the final seven contests of his career. Before being sidelined, he established an NCAA combined kick return yardage record (3,523 yards) and was 304 yards shy of the NCAA record for kickoff return yardage set by Jeff Liggon of Tulane (2,992 yards, 1993-96), as the Tar Heel generated 2,688 yards.



Tate needed just 165 punt return yards to become the 11th player in NCAA history



with 1,000 yards on both kickoff and punt returns (835 punt return yards). The Atlantic Coast Conference's all-time kick returner holds the school single-season and career records for kicks returned for touchdowns (three in 2006, six for his career). He is one of only nine players in NCAA history to return a kickoff and a punt for a touchdown in the same game (Duke, 2006).



At Cummings High school, Tate earned All-Area honors from the Burlington Times-News. He was a member of the Greensboro News & Record All-Area team and also earned All-Conference accolades, helping the team to the state finals as a junior and the semifinals as a senior.



In his final campaign, Tate had 66 receptions for 1,213 yards and 18 touchdowns in 15 games. He also returned kicks and played defensive back. In 2003, he pulled down 22 catches for 496 yards (22.5 avg) and eight touchdowns. He lettered three times in football, adding three more in basketball. As the team's shooting guard, he led the Cummings High hoops squad to the state title during his junior season.



Tate enrolled at North Carolina in 2005, where he was one of seven true freshmen to letter. He was used strictly on special teams, ranking second in the Atlantic Coast Conference with a 25.81-yard average on 21 kickoff returns that included one touchdown. He also ranked third in the league with 29 punt returns for 267 yards (9.21 avg), as he led the Tar Heels with 809 all-purpose yards.



As a sophomore, Tate continued to perform mostly on special teams. He did manage to get some action with the offense, catching five passes for 72 yards (14.4 avg) and gaining 20 yards on three carries. He ranked second in the conference with a 9.7-yard average on 20 punt returns that included one touchdown. He also returned 38 kickoffs for 902 yards (23.7 avg) and two scores, as his total of three kicks returned for touchdowns and two scores vs. Duke set school records. His 1,188 all-purpose yards led the squad and ranked sixth in the ACC.



Tate shared flanker duties with Brooks Foster in 2007, but started all 12 games. He piled up 1,765 all-purpose yards, leading the conference with an average of 147.08 yards per game. He tallied 939 yards on 39 kickoff returns (24.08 avg, fourth in the ACC), 216 yards and a score on 23 punt returns (9.39 avg) and 131 yards on 12 carries that included another touchdown. He also placed third on the team with a career-high 25 receptions for 479 yards (19.2 avg) and five touchdowns, earning All-ACC honorable mention.



As a senior, Tate was again named All-ACC honorable mention, as he snatched 16 passes for 376 yards (23.5 avg) and three touchdowns, adding 143 yards and a score on 11 reverses (13.0 avg). He also scored once on seven punt returns, averaging 22.6 yards per attempt while posting 305 yards on 11 kickoff returns (27.7 avg). Despite missing the final seven games, he ranked second on the team with 982 all-purpose yards, and if he had qualified (did not have the minimum touches) his average of 163.67 all-purpose yards per game would have ranked 11th in the nation and lead the ACC.



The injury brought a close to his career, but he was highly regarded by the staff. "The good news is that he will be back, and he will recover from this. I shared with him that two of the best receivers that I ever had the opportunity to be around as a coach both had equally significantly damaging injuries," head coach Butch Davis said, on the injury to Tate, referring to his experiences with former Miami stars Michael Irvin and Reggie Wayne.

Analysis
Positives: Long, lean build. Good quickness, size and hand strength to get off the line of scrimmage against press coverage. Emerging route-runner with the quick feet and balance to ultimately be quite good in this area. More quick than fast, though he has good acceleration. Elusive in the open field and has the vision to set up his blocks and break into the open field. Soft hands. Good body control and flexibility to contort his body for the poorly thrown pass. Can extend to make the diving grab. Good height and long arms and uses the combination well to high-point passes over smaller cornerbacks. Excellent returner with NFL ability for punt and kickoff returns.



Negatives: Torn ACL and MCL in October means he won't be able to answer questions about his straight-line speed until after the draft. Primarily a return specialist until flashing as a receiver as a senior. A bit raw as a route-runner. Relies on his athletic ability in this area, rather than precise footwork. Lets too many passes get into his pads.

Dallas Cowboys picks

51 Patrick Chung, S, Oregon
69 Louis Murphy, WR, Florida
101 Sherrod Martin, CB/S Troy
117 Sammie Lee Hill, NT, Stillman
156 Frantz Joseph, ILB, Florida Atlantic
166 Brandon Tate WR/KR UNC
172 Stephen McGee QB Texas A&M


Selection made at 7-25am ET, Arizona and the Rev are OTC

TheReverend
04-14-2009, 08:42 AM
Oh this is bull****. I wrote out a huge thing on my pick, and when I posted it, our work server went down and I lost it. So whatever, I'm picking:

AQ Shipley, PSU, C/IOL

skpac1001
04-14-2009, 09:29 AM
With the 168th and 169th pick, the Steelers select Quinn Johnson, FB, Texas, and Rulan Davis, DE, California.

Rohirrim
04-14-2009, 01:18 PM
Pats select:

Lee Robinson, LB, 6'2", 249, Alcorn State

An ultra-productive linebacker who finally made the All-SWAC team as a senior (first team), collecting 111 tackles, 10.5 for loss, 3.5 sacks, three interceptions and three forced fumbles. The four-year starter had 223 tackles (33.5 for loss) coming into the season, so he was no one-year wonder. NFL defensive coordinators who use 3-4 scheme principles may view him as a potential starter at rush linebacker.

Niners are up.

BowlenBall
04-14-2009, 08:07 PM
With their 5th round selection (171st overall) in the OM Mock Draft II, the San Francisco 49ers select:

DE / OLB David Veikune, Hawaii

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Overview

Veikune, not Hawaii's offense, drew scouts to the islands last season. He put himself on the draft radar with six tackles, one for loss, against Florida the first week of the season. The second-team All-WAC pick (2007 first-team) finished with 73 tackles, 16.5 for loss, nine sacks and four forced fumbles. Veikune may not look like a track star at the Combine, but he certainly earned scouts' respect with his strength, hustle and determination.

Analysis
Positives: High-motor power defensive end. Hustles down the line and chases down the field. Sheds blocks using strong, violent hands when he's fresh. Uses his stout frame to split double-teams and move to the ball while engaged. Has the explosiveness to get the edge by dropping his shoulder or using an over-arm move. Stands up on some plays and is able to contain bootlegs or cover backs or receivers in the flat on zone blitzes. Also lines up inside in passing situations to use his relative quickness against guards.

Negatives: Not likely to out-quick NFL tackles to get an immediate pass rush off the edge. A bit shorter than scouts prefer, although he can get his hands up to deflect passes. Will get engulfed by larger tackles as he wears down. Has an inside spin move, but needs to be more consistent maintaining his balance to finish. Lacks elite athleticism needed to handle speedy backs and receivers on the outside.

2007 Season
Appeared in all 13 games and made one start at defensive end selected to first-team all-WAC recorded seven sacks and 8.5 tackles for loss ranked third in the WAC and 68th nationally, averaging .54 sacks per game totaled 34 tackles, one quarterback hurry and one safety had five tackles at UNLV and Nevada two sacks against Charleston Southern academic all-WAC.

2006 Season
Played in all 14 games off the bench and on special teams recorded a pair of tackles in both the UNLV (Sept. 16) and Eastern Illinois (Sept. 30) games academic all-WAC.

Junior College
Played at Fresno City College for one season after attending Colorado his first season Lettered in football at FCC and was a honorable mention all-conference selection.

High School
A 2004 graduate of Campbell High School in Ewa Beach, O`ahu earned three letters in football and one each in baseball and track was an all-star and all-state pick.

Personal
Born Dec. 1, 1985, in Anchorage, Alaska :yayaya: Plans to major in art Has one younger sister Parents are Sheila and Oma Veikune of Wahiawa, O`ahu.



Pick made at:
7:15 a.m. UTC +4 (Abu Dhabi)
11:15 p.m. North American Eastern Time Zone
10:15 p.m. North American Central Time Zone
9:15 p.m. Mountain Time Zone
8:15 p.m. Pacific Time Zone
7:15 p.m. Alaska Standard Time

The Dallas Cowboys (and Eddie Mac) are on the clock.

eddie mac
04-15-2009, 04:20 AM
With 5-172 the Dallas Cowboys select

Stephen McGee QB Texas A&M

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STRENGTHS

I had not seen this kid for a while and then in the East West Shrine game, it all came back to me. He is intelligent, has an excellent arm, good athleticism and great leadership skills. This kid was born to be a QB. He showed me in that game that he can make all the throws and he is a lot bigger in size than when I remember him a few years back. He still has a lot to learn, but that goes for any QB in this draft. Stephen has all the talent and intangibles to be an impact QB for the team that drafts him.



NEEDS TO IMPROVE

I'd like to see him play from the pocket more, read defense better, look off his prime receiver and move in the pocket as he moves the safety around down field. He is a bit of a runner right now and that will have to change at the next level. Of course, we all know all of those improvements are needed for all QB's coming out in a draft. Right now, Stephen does throw the ball up too much; however, in the NFL, that's what you have to do and you expect your WR to go and get it. There is a lot of gun slinger in this kid, but you could see in the Shrine Bowl that if he has some strong coaching, there is some excellent talent to work with.



TALENT BOARD ROUND 2

I know Stephen will not be drafted as high as I have suggested and that just means that if you want a good developmental QB, then look for Stephen on Rob's Board to see what round he will be drafted in. I suspect that when he works out at the combine, Stephen might open up some teams' eyes. Stephen could sneak into the first round because he has as much talent as Brady Quinn did when he came out in the draft. As I said before, this is the kid you want to watch on Rob's board. This is a sleeper QB. He has the talent and the leadership skills to be very productive at the next level. So look for the team smart enough to draft him because he will be their starting QB in two or three years. He has the same kind of talent and way about him that Steve Young (former QB 49ers) had when he played. It will be very interesting to watch where Stephen is drafted...very interesting indeed! I didn't forget about you Stephen, but I bet others have.


Dallas Cowboys picks

51 Patrick Chung, S, Oregon
69 Louis Murphy, WR, Florida
101 Sherrod Martin, CB/S Troy
117 Sammie Lee Hill, NT, Stillman
156 Frantz Joseph, ILB, Florida Atlantic
166 Brandon Tate WR/KR UNC
172 Stephen McGee QB Texas A&M

Selection made at 7-19am ET, Lycan and the Titans are OTC.

Lycan
04-15-2009, 11:50 AM
With the 173rd pick in the draft the Tennessee Titans Select: Edwin Williams, C, Maryland.

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The Pick was made at 2:50 PM EST. The Detroit Lions are on the clock.

Kaylore
04-15-2009, 12:40 PM
*****Announcement*****

We will be going to 6 hours per selection for the last two rounds. Please do your best to hurry this along so we get this done before the draft.

BroncoBuff
04-15-2009, 03:45 PM
(Jumping the gun a tiny bit, but I'll risk it just to move things along...)

With the 175th pick in the Sixth Round, that Kanzis Sch!tty CHefs select:

Brandon Gibson
WR - Washington State

His senior year was a disappointment because the team/quarterbacks were so awful,
but he caught 67 balls for 1180 yards and 9 TDs as a junior. This four-year Wazoo
starter holds all career recieving records for the Cougars, and although he lacks
breakaway speed, he has excellent hands and runs great routes ... projects as an
ideal possession reciever in the NFL.





I hate to say it, but me and the chefs are KILLING in this mock! ::)

1. Aaron Curry OLB - Wake Forest - The #1 best-bet impact player in the draft
2. Robert Ayers DE - Tennessee - Solid Mike Rucker-type, a born 3-4 strongside DE
3. Shonn Green RB - Iowa - Touchdown maker and a winner ... Bye-bye LJ :welcome:
4. Mike Mickens CB - Cincy - Odd he was even there, he's going in 2nd/3rd rounds in other mocks
5. Travis Beckum TE - Wisconsin - Fast, pass-catching TE, poor man's Scheffler ...Bye-bye TG :welcome:
6. Brandon Gibson WR - Wash St - All-Time Wazoo records, great routes, soft hands, complements Bowe
7. George Hypolite DT - Colorado - Quick pass-rushing DT in college - quick, pass-rushing 3-4 DE in NFL

3 of these first 4 have been going in Round 1 in numerous mocks (some have Robert Ayers going to us at #18), and Mike Mickens is a 2nd-3rd rounder in every single mock. Plus I predicted the new chefs regime would 'off' Tony Gonzales when I chose Beckum, and 4 days later TG 'offed' himself by cleaning out his locker.

If the chefs actually draft this identical class ... I will be P!SSED OFF! This is TOO GOOD a class for them :moody:

Florida_Bronco
04-15-2009, 06:38 PM
Detroit Lions select Jason McCourty CB Rutgers at 9:40pm EST

Kaylore
04-15-2009, 08:39 PM
Let's try and keep order here. We've have two people jump over someone without reason the last few rounds. Please wait for your turn.

24champ
04-16-2009, 12:35 AM
In the 6th round, third pick...the Rams select...DE Will Davis of Illinois

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He does have excellent speed and has shown good instincts in coverage this year. That may lead many scouts to view him as a 3-4 rush linebacker or simply a third down, pass rush specialist. This may hurt his stock because he lacks experience at the position. He has the talent of a first day pick, but will likely have to wait until the fifth or sixth round to hear his name called.

Bob's your Information Minister
04-16-2009, 02:06 AM
(J
I hate to say it, but me and the chefs are KILLING in this mock! ::)

These two picks pretty much made me sick to my stomach.


[size=3][font=georgia][indent]1. Aaron Curry OLB - Wake Forest [SIZE="2"] - The #1 best-bet impact player in the draft
2. Robert Ayers DE - Tennessee - Solid Mike Rucker-type, a born 3-4 strongside DE

BroncoBuff
04-16-2009, 09:47 AM
These two picks pretty much made me sick to my stomach.


Bob, delete that post please and go to the discussion thread: http://www.orangemane.com/BB/showthread.php?p=2384292&posted=1#post2384292

Boss Man
04-16-2009, 01:11 PM
The Cleveland Browns select Aaron Kelly WR Clemson

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Kaylore
04-16-2009, 01:30 PM
SoCalorado PM'd me his pick.

The Seattle Seahawks select.

Defensive tackle Jake Visser, Ferris State.

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Magic Hef is on the clock

MagicHef
04-16-2009, 02:14 PM
The Bengals select:

Pannel Egboh, DE, Stanford

Height: 6-53/4 | Weight: 276 | 40-Time: 4.90

Strengths:
Terrific height and bulk...Long arms and huge hands...Very strong...Is stout at the point of attack...Holds up well versus the run...Able to get off blocks...Nice range...Smart...Good awareness...Lots of experience.

Weaknesses:
Does not have great speed or quickness and lacks a burst...Won't offer much as a pass rusher...Sub par hand use...Inconsistent leverage...Was not overly productive...Questionable toughness...Durability concerns.

Notes:
Name is pronounced "Puh-nell Egg-bow"...Didn't play football as a high school junior in order to focus on academics...Played in 4 games (1 start) as a redshirt freshman in 2005 before his season was ended by a broken leg...Started every game in 2006 and 2007, leading Cardinal defensive linemen in tackles both seasons...Started 10 games in 2008 but missed time with a knee injury...Definitely has some physical tools that catch your eye, most notably that rare size...Profiles as either a left defensive end in a 4-3 defense or a five-technique in a 3-4 scheme.

Arkie
04-16-2009, 08:05 PM
The Jaguars select...

Quan Cosby WR Texas
5'9", 196

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The elder statesman for the Longhorns, Cosby's 26 years put him in almost a default leadership position. But leaders also need to produce on the field, and Cosby has done that. An all-purpose threat in the previous two seasons, he excelled as a go-to guy for QB Colt McCoy in 2008, garnering honorable mention All-Big 12 honors after making 92 catches for 1,123 yards and 10 scores.

Cosby played four years of minor league baseball (receiving an $825,000 signing bonus from the Angels) before finally matriculating to Texas. His penchant for the big play - including the game winner against Ohio State in the Fiesta Bowl - could force teams to consider him in the late rounds even if he is older and smaller than they'd prefer. Had an arm span of 30 1/4 inches and a hand span of 9 1/4 inches at the combine.

Positives: Short, but has a compact, athletic build. Good quickness off the snap to avoid press coverage. At least adequate straight-line speed. Savvy route-runner who varies his speed and can sneak behind the defense deep. Can drop his hips and shows good burst out of his break to generate separation. Secure hands. Looks the ball into his hands and secures it quickly. Best attribute might be his body control. Times his leaps extraordinarily well to reach the ball at its highest level and can lay out to make the spectacular grab. Fierce competitor who makes plays on the ball despite being out-sized. Averaged 23.7 yards per kickoff return and 11.7 per punt return, with one score on each, over his career. Good character and mature; a husband and father.

Negatives: Measured in considerably smaller than expected at the Senior Bowl. Lacks the height scouts prefer on the outside and may struggle with the adjustment inside, where his body control and leaping ability is minimized. Older than most NFL rookies (26) due to his time playing minor league baseball. May lack the straight-line speed to challenge deep in the NFL.

Kaylore
04-16-2009, 10:45 PM
The Dolphins select

Morgan Trent, CB Michigan

Trent wears 14 and it's my lucky number.

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Sirhcyenne and the fudgepackers are on the clock!

Archer81
04-17-2009, 07:45 AM
With the 169th selection in the NFL Draft, Packers select CB Cary Harris, USC (5'11 188, 4.56 40).

Kaylore
04-17-2009, 12:40 PM
Rovolution's time has lapsed. ExPatfan is on the clock.

BowlenBall
04-17-2009, 12:53 PM
With their 6th round selection (184th overall) in the OM Mock Draft II, the San Francisco 49ers select:

OT Lydon Murtha, Nebraska

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"Does my tongue look funny to you?"

Overview
Murtha is a prototypical smart, big and strong Nebraska lineman, but it's been tough for him to stay on the field. He missed the first two games of last season with a staph infection and the final two games with a sprained foot, the last four games of 2007 with a foot injury and his entire freshman season with various ailments (bruised calf, hamstring, shoulder).

Murtha did start games in all four of his seasons in Lincoln, at left and right tackle. His size, strength and relative athleticism make him a solid late-round pick or priority free agent at right tackle.

Analysis
Positives: Prototypical height for right tackle spot. Short steps and quick set-up in pass protection. Uses his length and kick-slide to stone outside pass rush moves. Comes out of his stance adequately, and can get movement in short-yardage situations. Sustains blocks inside through the whistle. Latches onto defenders at second level. Can get the inside shoulder of tackles to keep them from run plays going away from him. Sells the bootleg.

Negatives: Stiff in the upper body. Lacks the foot speed to recover on inside moves. Inconsistent speed to get to the second level; lumbers on some plays and looks fluid on others. Overextends when pass rushers free themselves after the initial blow. Slow and ineffective on cut blocks, whether on the line or trying to reach a blitzer on the outside. Needs better second effort if quarterback scrambles away from him. Injury history is a major issue.

2007 Season
Honorable Mention All--Big 12. Murtha is one of four returning offensive linemen who made at least eight starts a year ago. Murtha started eight games and has 14 career starts entering his senior campaign. Murtha was a key part of a Husker offensive line that allowed the NU offense to set school passing records in 2007 by averaging better than 323 yards per game through the air. In addition to finishing seventh nationally in passing offense, the Huskers ranked ninth in total offense. The line was also strong in run blocking, allowing Marlon Lucky to surpass the 1,000-yard rushing barrier. Murtha's injury-plagued career continued as a toe injury forced him to miss the season's final four games.

2006 Season
Murtha played in all 14 games, and drew starting assignments at left tackle against Missouri, Colorado and Auburn. Murtha helped protect quarterback Zac Taylor, who set Nebraska single-season records with 3,197 passing yards and 26 touchdowns. The offensive line also helped pave the way for four Husker I-backs who gained more than 2,400 yards and ran for 26 touchdowns as a group. In addition to his play at tackle, Murtha also was a member of the Huskers' PAT and field goal units.

2005 Season
Murtha played in nine games, including three starts at left tackle. Murtha provided depth behind Cornealius Fuamatu-Thomas before moving into the starting lineup against Oklahoma. Late in the season, Murtha split time with Chris Patrick after Fuamatu-Thomas was lost for the year with an injury. The play of the offensive line helped Nebraska post the top two passing efforts in school history in 2005.

2004 Season
Murtha was looked at to possibly play as a true freshman, but suffered a leg injury early in fall camp and subsequently redshirted.

Injury Report
2004: Sat out his freshman season dealing with calf, hamstring and shoulder injuries.

2007: Missed the final four games with a foot injury.

2008: Missed the first two games with a staph infection and the final two games with a sprained foot.

High School
Murtha joined Hutchinson High School teammate Nathan Swift in becoming the first players from Minnesota to sign with Nebraska since 1995. In 2003, Murtha helped Hutchinson and Coach Andy Rostberg to a 9-4 record and a state runner-up finish in Class 4A (second-largest). Murtha helped pave the way for Swift to rush for more than 2,000 yards as a senior tailback. Murtha was a first-team all-state selection by several outlets, including Associated Press. He was an all-metro pick in the Minneapolis area each of his final two seasons and was named the Minnesota Gatorade Player of the Year in 2003. A three-year starter, he helped Hutchinson to the state semifinals as a junior in 2002, after making a trip to the playoffs as a sophomore in 2001.

Murtha was ranked as the nation's No. 1 offensive tackle prospect by ESPN recruiting analyst Tom Lemming. Murtha was one of three 2004 Husker recruits who participated in the U.S. Army All-American Game.

Murtha was also one of Minnesota's top shot putters. In his first year of track competition in 2003, he finished third at the state meet with a throw of 57-6, before finishing fifth in 2004. He was also an Honor Roll member his final two years and was a youth leader at his church.

Personal
The son of Bill and Kim Murtha, Lydon was born in Homestead, Fla., on Nov. 13, 1985. He is majoring in economics, and was named to the 2004 Big 12 Commissioner's Fall Honor Roll. Murtha has volunteered his time with local hospital visits and at the Legacy Retirement Center.



11:55 p.m. UTC +4 (Abu Dhabi)
3:55 p.m. North American Eastern Time Zone
2:55 p.m. North American Central Time Zone
1:55 p.m. Mountain Time Zone
12:55 p.m. Pacific Time Zone
11:55 a.m. Alaska Standard Time

The Denver Broncos (and JCM Elway) are up next....

rovolution
04-17-2009, 03:41 PM
With the 183rd pick in the 2009 NFL Draft, the Buffalo Bills select...

Robert Brewster, OT, Ball St.

http://robertbrewster71.com/images/robert-brewster.png

Pick made at 4:41 PM MT

Kaylore
04-17-2009, 07:48 PM
I never thought I'd see the day, but JCMElway's time has lapsed.

Randomtask is on the clock.

JCMElway
04-17-2009, 11:35 PM
Sorry all, had a 12+ hour long work day today.

The Broncos Select:

Clinton McDonald, DE/DT, Memphis

Height: 6-2. Weight: 283.
Projected 40 Time: 4.80.
Pro Day 40 Time: 4.83.
Benchx225: 36. Vertical: 38.
Projected Round (2009): 4-5.

Clinton McDonald has been a force for Memphis this season, recording 7.5 TFL and seven sacks.

DT Clinton McDonald (6-2, 283 pounds) ran a 4.89 and 4.83 in the 40, had a 38-inch vertical jump, a 10-foot, 1-inch broad jump, a 4.50 short shuttle, a 7.25 three-cone drill and did 36 bench press reps. He looked good and definitely helped himself. Gil Brandt, Clinton McDonald has been a force for Memphis this season, recording 7.5 TFL and seven sacks.

Clinton McDonald/DL/Memphis: McDonald was a surprise non-invite to the combine in February but made scouts take notice with his tremendous pro-day workout one week ago. McDonald measured 6-foot-2 and 283 pounds, completed 36 reps on the bench and posted a 38-inch vertical jump. His forty times averaged 4.83 and McDonald was swift in the short shuttle with a time of 4.46. Scouts were high on McDonald throughout his senior season and the Memphis product may have moved into the middle rounds with his performance.

JCMElway
04-17-2009, 11:43 PM
Round 1

1 1-1 Lions - Florida Bronco -- Matthew Stafford, QB Georgia
2 1-2 Rams - A.L.F -- Jason Smith, OT, Baylor
3 1-3 Chiefs - BroncoBuff -- Aaron Curry, LB, Wake Forest
4 1-4 Seahawks - SoCalorado -- Mark Sanchez, QB, USC
5 1-5 Browns - Boss Man -- Everette Brown, LB, FSU
6 1-6 Bengals - MagicHef -- Eugene Monroe, OT, Virginia
7 1-7 Raiders - Rugybythug -- Michael Crabtree, WR, Texas Tech
8 1-8 Jaguars - Arkie -- BJ Raji, NT, Boston College
9 1-9 Packers - sirhcyennek81 -- Brian Cushing, LB, USC
10 1-10 49ers - ExPatFan -- Malcolm Jenkins, DB, OSU
11 1-11 Bills - rovolution -- Brian Orakpo, DE, Texas
12 1-12 Broncos - JCMElway -- Tyson Jackson, DE, LSU
13 1-13 Redskins - randomtask -- Michael Oher, OT, Ole Miss
14 1-14 Saints - Worm - Knowshon Moreno, RB, Georgia
15 1-15 Texans - Hawk's boys - Andre Smith, OT, Alabama
16 1-16 Chargers - brncs_fan - Rey Maualuga, LB, USC
17 1-17 Jets - Requiem - Jeremy Maclin, WR, Mizzou
18 1-18 Bears - Schism - Larry English, DE, N Illinois
19 1-19 Buccaneers - Northman - Hakeem Nicks, WR, UNC
20 1-20 Lions (Cowboys) - Florida Bronco - Eben Britton, OT, Arizona
21 1-22 Eagles - Oskie!! - Chris Wells, RB, Ohio State
22 1-23 Vikings - jebures - Vontae Davis, CB, Illinois
23 1-24 Patriots - Rohirrim - Clay Matthews, LB, USC
24 1-25 Falcons - Drek - Brandon Pettigrew, TE, Oklahoma State
25 1-26 Dolphins - Kaylore - Percy Harvin, WR, Florida
26 1-27 Ravens - Houshyamama -- Darius Butler, CB, UConn
27 1-29 Colts - dekers -- Peria Jerry, DT, Ole Miss
28 1-28 Eagles (Panthers) - Oskie!! - Alphonso Smith, CB, Wake Forest
29 1-30 Giants - Ludo -- Kenny Britt, WR, Rutgers
30 1-32 Titans - Lycan -- Darrius Heyward-Bey, WR, Maryland
31 1-21 Cardinals - TheReverend - Alex Mack, C, Cal
32 1-31 Steelers - skpac1001 - Jarron Gilbert, DE, San Jose State

Round 2

33 2-1 Lions - Fl Bronco - James Laurinaitis, MLB, Ohio State
34 2-2 Chiefs - Broncobuff - Robert Ayers, DE/OLB, Tennessee
35 2-3 Rams - ALF - Louis Delmas, S, Western Michigan
36 2-4 Browns - Boss Man - LeSean McCoy, RB , Pitt
37 2-5 Seahawks - Socalorado - David Bruton, FS, Notre Dame
38 2-6 Bengals - Magichef - Connor Barwin, LB, Cincinnati
39 2-7 Jaguars - Arkie - William Beatty, OT, Connecticut
40 2-8 Raiders - Rugbythug - Aaron Maybin, DE, Penn State
41 2-9 Packers - sirhcyennek81 - Chase Coffman, TE, Mizzou
42 2-10 Bills - Rovolution - Max Unger, C/G, Oregon
43 2-11 49ers - Expatfan - Josh Freeman, QB, Kansas State
44 2-12 Dolphins (Redskins) - Kaylore - Clint Sintim, LB, Virginia
45 2-13 Giants (Saints) - Ludo - Evander Hood, DT, Mizzou
46 2-14 Texans - Hawk's Boys - William Moore, S, Mizzou
47 2-15 Patriots (Chargers) - Rohirrim - DJ Moore, CB, Vandy
48 2-16 Broncos - JCMElway - Sean Smith, CB/S, Utah
49 2-17 Bears - Killericon - Phil Loadholt, OT, Oklahoma
50 2-18 Buccaneers - Northman - Lawrence Sidbury, DE, Richmond
51 2-19 Cowboys - Eddie Mac - Patrick Chung, S, Oregon
52 2-21 Jets - Req - Donald brown, RB, Connecticut
53 2-22 Eagles - Oskie - Michael Johnson, DE, Georgia Tech
54 2-23 Vikings - Jebures - Jared Cook, TE, South Carolina
55 2-24 Falcons - Drek - Brian Robiske, WR, Ohio State
56 2-25 Dolphins - Kaylore - Jamon Meredith, OT, South Carolina
57 2-26 Ravens - Houshy - Fili Moala, DT/DE, USC
58 2-27 Patriots - Rohirrim - Juaquin Iglesias, WR, Oklahoma
59 2-31 Panthers - GoWyo - Ron Brace, DT, Boston College
60 2-29 Giants - Ludo - Marcus Freeman, OLB, Ohio State
61 2-28 Colts - Dekers - Myron Pryor, DT, Kentucky
62 2-32 Titans - Lycan - Jarius Byrd, CB, Oregon
63 2-20 Cardinals - TheReverend - Paul Kruger, DE, Utah
64 2-30 Steelers - Skpac1001 - Coye Francies, CB, San Jose State

Round 3

65 3-1 Lions - Florida Bronco - Rashad Johnson, S, Alabama
66 3-2 Rams - ALF - Duke Robinson, G, Oklahoma
67 3-3 Chiefs - Broncobuff - Shonn Green, RB, Iowa
68 3-4 Seahawks - Socalorado - Jeremiah Johnson, RB, Oregon
69 3-5 Cowboys (Browns) - Conklin - Louis Murphy, WR, Florida
70 3-6 Bengals - Magichef - Rashad Jennings, RB, Liberty
71 3-7 Raiders - Rugbythug - Eric Wood, C, Louisville
72 3-8 Jaguars - Arkie -Chip Vaughn SS Wake Forest
73 3-9 Packers - sirhcyennek - Mitch King, DE Iowa
74 3-10 49ers - Expatfan - Patrick White, ATH, West Virginia
75 3-11 Bills - Rovolution - James Casey, TE, Rice University
76 3-12 Jets (Saints) - Req/Eddie Mac - Michael Hamlin, S, Clemson
77 3-13 Texans - Hawk's Boys - James Davis, RB, Clemson Univ
78 3-14 Chargers - brncs_fan - Craig Urbik, OG, Wisconsin
79 3-15 Broncos - JCMElway - Gerald McRath, LB, Southern Miss
80 3-16 Redskins - randomtask - Stryker Sulak, DE, Missouri
81 3-17 Buccaneers - Northman - Cedric Peerman, RB, Virgina
82 3-18 Lions (Cowboys) - Flor Bronco - Cody Brown, DE/OLB, UConn
83 3-20 Packers (Jets) - sirhcyennek - Dorrell Scott, DT, Clemson
84 3-21 Bears - Killericon - Javon Ringer, RB, Michigan State.
85 3-22 Eagles - Oskie - Shawn Nelson, TE, So. Miss
86 3-23 Vikings - Jebures - Tony Kropog, OT, Tulane
87 3-24 Dolphins - Kaylore - Victor "macho" Harris, CB, Va tech
88 3-25 Ravens - Houshy - Antoine Caldwell, C, Alabama
89 3-26 Patriots - Rohirrim - Scott McKillop LB, Pittsburgh
90 3-27 Falcons - Drek - Sen'Derrick Marks, DT, Auburn
91 3-28 Giants - Ludo - Danell Ellerbee, ILB, Georgia
92 3-31 Colts - Dekers - Marko Mitchell, WR, Nevada
93 3-30 Panthers - GoWyo - Ramses Barden, WR, Cal-Poly
94 3-32 Titans - Lycan -Chris Baker, DT, Hampton
95 3-19 Cardinals - TheRev - Ricky Jean-Francois, DT, LSU
96 3-29 Steelers - Skpac - Fenuki Topou, OL, Oregon
3 (33-97) New England - Rohirrim - Andy Levitre, OL, Oregon St
3 (34-98) Cincinnati - Magichef - Darry Beckwith, ILB, LSU
3 (35-99) Chicago - killericon - Brandon Gibson, WR, Washington State!
3 (36-100) NY Giants - Ludo - Asher Allen, CB Georgia

Round 4

101 * Dallas - Eddie Mac- Sherrod Martin, DB, Troy
102 Kansas City - Broncobuff - Mike Mickens, CB, Cincinnati
103 St Louis - ALF - Jason Phillips, LB, TCU
104 Cleveland - Boss man - Cornelius Ingram TE Florida
105 Seattle - Socalorado - Roy Miller, DE, Texas
106 Cincinnati - Magichef - Alex Magee, DT, Purdue
107 Jacksonville - Arkie - Jonathan Luigs C Arkansas
108 * Miami - Kaylore - Andre Brown, RB, NC State
109 Green Bay - Sirhycyennek - Jason Watkins, OT, Florida
110 Buffalo - Rovolution - Tyronne Green, G, Auburn
111 San Francisco - Expatfan - Gerald Cadogan, OT, Penn State
112 Houston - Hawk's boys - Mohamed Massaquoi, WR, Georgia
113 San Diego - brncs fan - Kyle Moore, DE, USC
114 Denver - JCMElway -- Jasper Brinkley, LB, South Carolina
115 * NY Jets - Requiem - Keenan Lewis, CB,Oregon St.
116 New Orleans - Worm - Kevin Barnes, CB Maryland
117 Dallas - Eddie Mac - Sammie Lee Hill, NT, Stillman
118 * New Orleans - Worm - Zack Follett, LB, California
119 Chicago - Killericon - Trevor Canfield, G, Cincinnati.
120 Tampa Bay - Northman - Daniel Holtzclaw, Eastern Michigan LB
121 Philadelphia - Oskie - Jason Williams, LB, Western Illinois
122 * Houston - Hawk's Boys - Tyrone McKenzie, OLB, South Florida
123 Baltimore - Bobhorry5 - Kaluka Maiava, LB, USC
124 New England - Rohirrim - Nic Harris, LB/S, Oklahoma
125 Atlanta - Drek - Courtney Green, S, Rutgers
126 * Oakland - Rugbythug - Terrance Taylor, DT, Michigan
127 Indianapolis - Dekers - TJ Lang, OL, Eastern Michigan
128 Carolina - Gowyo - Rhett Bomar, QB, Sam Houston
129 NY Giants - Ludo - Xavier Fulton OT, Illinois
130 Tennessee - Lycan - Matt Shaughnessy, DE, Wisconsin
131 Arizona - theRev - Johnathan Casillas, LB, Wisconsin
132 Pittsburgh - Skpac - Louis Vasquez, OL, Texas Tech
133 C San Diego - Brncs Fan - Javarris Williams, RB, Tenn. St
134 C San Diego - Brncs Fan - Curtis Taylor, S, LSU
135 C Tennessee - Lycan - Worrell Williams, ILB, Califiornia
136 C Indianapolis - Dekers - Chris Clemons , SS, Clemson

Round 5

137 * Seattle - Socalorado - Andrew Hartline, OT Central Michigan
138 St Louis - ALF - Derrick Williams, WR, Penn State
139 Kansas City - Broncobuff - Travis Beckum, TE, Wisconsin
140 * Denver - JCMElway - Terrance Knighton, NT, Temple
141 * Philadelphia - Oskie - Bradley Fletcher, , DB, Iowa
142 Cincinnati - Magichef - Mike Thomas, WR, Arizona
143 * Atlanta - Drek - Herman Johnson, OL, LSU
144 Jacksonville - Arkie - Demetrius Byrd WR LSU
145 Green Bay - sirhcyennek - Ian Johnson, RB, Boise State
146 San Francisco - Expatfan - Austin Collie, WR, BYU
147 Buffalo - Rovolution - DeAndre Levy, OLB, Wisconsin
148 San Diego - brncs fan - Garrett Reynolds, OT, UNC
149 Denver - JCMElway - Ray Feinga, G, BYU
150 Washington - randomtask - Jarrett Dillard, WR, Rice
151 * NY Giants - ludo - Derek Pegues, CB, Mississippi St
152 Houston - Hawk's Boys - Henry Melton, DE, Univ. of Texas
153 * Philadelphia - Oskie - Donald Washington, CB, Ohio State
154 Chicago - Killericon - Sammie Stroughter, WR, Oregon St
155 Tampa Bay - E.P. - Captain Munnerlyn, CB, South Carolina
156 Dallas - Eddie Mac - Frantz Joseph, ILB, Florida Atlantic
157 Philadelphia - Oskie - Mike Wallace, WR, Ole Miss
158 Minnesota - Jebures - Vance Walker, DT, Georgia Tech
159 * Philadelphia - Oskie - Sebastian Vollmer, OT, Houston
160 Atlanta - Drek - Kory Sheets, RB, Purdue
161 Miami - Kaylore - Mike Goodson, RB, Texas A&M
162 Baltimore - BobHorry5 - Johnny Knox, WR, Abilene Christian
163 Carolina - Gowyo - Darcel McBath, FS, Texas Tech
164 NY Giants - Ludo - Richard Quinn, TE, UNC
165 Indianapolis - dekers - Nick Redd, ILB, Oregon
166 * Dallas - Eddie Mac - Brandon Tate, WR, UNC
167 Arizona - theRev - AQ Shipley, C, Penn State
168 Pittsburgh - Skpac - Quinn Johnson, FB, Texas
169 C Pittsburgh - Skpac - Rulan Davis, DE, California
170 C New England - Rohirrim - Lee Robinson, LB, Alcorn State
171 C San Francisco - Expatfan - David Veikune, DE / OLB, Hawaii
172 C Dallas - Eddie Mac - Stephen McGee, QB, Texas A&M
173 C Tennessee - Lycan - Edwin Williams, C, Maryland

Round 6

174 Detroit - Florida Bronco - Jason McCourty, CB, Rutgers
175 Kansas City - Broncobuff - Kenny McKinley, WR, South Carolina
176 St Louis - ALF - Will Davis, DE, Illinois
177 Cleveland - Boss man - Aaron Kelly, WR, Clemson
178 Seattle - Socalorado - Jake Visser, DT, Ferris State.
179 Cincinnati - Magichef - Pannel Egboh, DE, Stanford
180 Jacksonville - Arkie - Quan Cosby, WR, Texas
181 * Miami - kaylore - Morgan Trent, CB, Michigan
182 Green Bay - sirhcyennek - Cary Harris, CB, USC
183 Buffalo - Rovolution - Robert Brewster, OT, Ball St
184 San Francisco - Expatfan - Lydon Murtha, OT, Nebraska
185 Denver - JCMElway - Clinton McDonald, DL, Memphis
186 washington - randomtask - Nate Davis, QB, Ball State
187 * Green Bay - sirhcyennek - Dave Philistin, ILB, Maryland
188 Houston - Hawk's Boys - Graham Harrell, QB, Texas Tech
189 San Diego - brncs fan - Cary Harris, CB/S, USC
190 * Tampa Bay - E.P. - Cameron Morrah, TE, California
191 * Chicago - Killericon - Augustus Parrish, Offensive Tackle from Kent State
192 * Detroit - Florida Bronco - Greg Toler, CB, Saint Paul's
193 NY Jets - Requiem - On the clock :thumbsup:
194 Philadelphia - Oskie - Domonique Johnson, Safety, Jackson State
195 * Philadelphia - Oskie - Roger Allen, OG, Missouri Western St
196 Atlanta - Drek - Robert Francois, LB, Boston College
197 * Dallas - Eddie Mac - Zach Potter DE Nebraska
198 Baltimore - BobHorry5 - Ian Campbell, DE/OLB, Kansas State
199 New England - Rohirrim - Joel Bell, OT, Furman
200 NY Giants - Ludo - Adrian Foster RB, Tennessee
201 Indianapolis - dekers - Anthony Parker, G, Tennessee
202 Carolina - Gowyo - Jerraud Powers, CB, Auburn
203 Tennessee - Lycan - Deon Butler, WR, Penn St
204 Arizona - theRev - Josh Mauga, ILB, Nevada
205 Pittsburgh - Skpac - Eron Riley, WR, Duke
206 C Tennessee - Lycan - Corvey Irvin, DT, Georgia
207 C New England - Rohirrim - John Phillips, TE, Virginia
208 C Dallas - Eddie Mac - Cornelius Lewis, OT, Tennessee State
209 C Cincinnati - Magichef - Tony Fiammetta, FB, Syracuse


Round 7

210 * Dallas - Eddie Mac - Everette Pedescleaux, DE, Northern Iowa
211 St Louis - ALF - Frank Summers, RB, UNLV
212 Kansas City - Broncobuff - Reggie Walker, ILB, Kansas State
213 Seattle - Socalorado - Gartrell Johnson, RB, Colorado State
214 * Miami - Kaylore - Ashlee Palmer LB Ole Miss
215 Cincinnati - Magichef - Anthony Hill, TE, North Carolina St
216 Oakland - Rugbythug - Emanuel Cook, S, South Carolina
217 * Tampa Bay - Northman - Tom Brandstater, QB, Fresno State
218 Green Bay - sirhcyennek - On the clock :thumbsup:
219 San Francisco - Expatfan -
220 Buffalo - Rovolution -
221 * Minnesota - Jebures -
222 New Orleans - Worm -
223 Houston - Hawk's Boys -
224 San Diego - brncs fan -
225 Denver - JCMElway -
226 * Pittsburgh - Skpac -
227 Dallas - Eddie Mac -
228 NY Jets - Requiem -
229 * Tampa Bay - Northman -
230 Philadelphia - Oskie -
231 Minnesota - Jebures -
232 * Jacksonville - Arkie -
233 * Tampa Bay - Northman -
234 New England - Rohirrim -
235 * Denver - JCMElway -
236 Indianapolis - dekers -
237 * Miami - Kaylore -
238 NY Giants - Ludo -
239 Tennessee - Lycan -
240 Arizona - theRev -
241 Pittsburgh - Skpac -
242 C Tennessee - Lycan -
243 C Washington - randomtask -
244 C San Francisco - Expatfan -
245 C Seattle - Socalorado -
246 C Chicago - Killericon -
247 C Seattle - Socalorado -
248 C Seattle - Socalorado -
249 C Cincinnati - Magichef -
250 C Jacksonville - Arkie -
251 C Chicago - Killericon -
252 C Cincinnati - Magichef -
253 C Jacksonville - Arkie -
254 C Arizona - theRev -
255 C DetroitFlorida Bronco -
256 C Kansas City - Broncobuff -
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Kaylore
04-18-2009, 06:57 AM
Randomtask's time has lapsed. Sirhcyenne is on the clock again.

randomtask
04-18-2009, 08:39 AM
The Washington Redskins select Nate Davis, QB, Ball State
http://blog.mlive.com/broncos_impact/2008/11/large_NateDavis2.jpg

Strengths:Not tall, but has all other physical tools scouts want in a quarterback. Quick setup and delivery. Over-the-top throwing motion with an efficient release. Very good arm strength. Legitimate NFL accuracy to all levels of the field. Sets his feet and can drive the deep out from the opposite hash with ease. Good touch in the intermediate and deep. Throws a catchable ball with enough loft to allow his receivers to catch it in space and create yardage after the catch. Good mobility in the pocket to buy time and keep plays alive.

http://www.nfl.com/videos?videoId=09000d5d80f9276f

Why Nate Davis' draft stock has dropped so much, I have no idea. He should have been selected in the second round and the Redskins now have 2 backup quarterbacks (Colt Brennan & Nate Davis) who are better than their starter (Campbell).

Archer81
04-18-2009, 08:46 AM
With the 187th selection in the NFL Draft, the Greenbay Packers Select Dave Philistin, ILB, Maryland. (6'2, 228, 4.70 40).

Kaylore
04-18-2009, 10:26 AM
We're just going to skip the Bucs. No one has stepped up and in the interest of time we'll just move past them the rest of the way.

ColoradoBuff
04-18-2009, 12:55 PM
The Houston Texans select:

Graham Harrell, QB, Univ. of Texas Tech

Height: 6-2<SUP>1/8</SUP> | Weight: 223 | 40-Time: 5.15

http://thegameison.files.wordpress.com/2009/01/harrell.jpg

Strengths:
Extraordinarily productive...Very intelligent with a high football IQ...Has a quick delivery...Displays nice poise in the pocket...Can throw on the run...Makes good decisions for the most part...Real tough...Has a knack for coming through in the clutch...Truly loves the game and is the football equivalent of a gym rat...Durable...Has a lot of experience...Hard worker...Team leader...Had a terrific senior season.

Weaknesses:
Does not have the height or bulk that you look for...Arm strength is merely average...Isn't a great athlete...Holds the ball down by his waist...Has an unorthodox throwing motion that may need to be tweaked...Inconsistent footwork and mechanics...Isn't as accurate as his completion percentage would lead you to believe...Has to learn to work from under center...Not accustomed to making NFL reads or throws... Limited mobility ...Played in an offense that inflated his stats.

Notes:
Threw for more touchdown passes than anyone in major-college history...The Red Raiders all-time leading passer and is second on the NCAA's all-time passing yardage list...Also holds the NCAA record for career 300-yard games (32) and 400-yard games (20)...The only player in NCAA history to pass for 5,000 or more yards in two seasons...Finished 4th in the Heisman Trophy balloting in 2008...Won the Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award as a senior...Father was a coach...Brother Clark is a quarterback at Abilene Christian...Was named Texas' Gatorade Player of the Year as a prep...A three-year starter...The latest in a long line of prolific Texas Tech signal callers...A better prospect than Kliff Kingsbury, B.J Symons, Sonny Cumbie or Cody Hodges but that isn't saying much since none of them made an impact in the NFL...Will be labeled a "System Quarterback" and that is to be expected since Mike Leach has a history of taking guys with average talents and making them look like John Elway...A great college player but not nearly the pro prospect that his numbers and press clippings might indicate...Has a pretty steep hill to climb and will likely require a lot of work, patience and development but his top-notch intangibles give him a fighting chance...Profiles as a backup.

pick made @ 1:57 pm mtn time.

brncs_fan
04-18-2009, 03:31 PM
The Chargers select:

Otis Wiley, S, Michigan St.

Pick was made at 5:31pm CST

Kaylore
04-18-2009, 10:56 PM
Killericon's time has passed. Florida Bronco is on the clock.

Florida_Bronco
04-18-2009, 11:12 PM
At 2:10AM EST the Detroit Lions select Greg Toler, CB, Saint Paul's.

Killericon
04-18-2009, 11:42 PM
With the 191st overall selection in the 2009 NFL Draft, the Chicago Bears are proud to select Augustus Parrish, Offensive Tackle from Kent State University.

http://cache.daylife.com/imageserve/06JbbL1ekueYw/340x.jpg

JCMElway
04-19-2009, 06:27 AM
Hey all,

Why don't we just turn Tampa's picks into a communal effort? I'll be at work unil about 8 CST tonight. Everyone just throw suggestions IN THE DISCUSSION THREAD for Tampa's missing selections, and I will take the two that folks seem to agree upon the most and plug them in.

Req and Oskie may select at any time.

Broncoman13
04-19-2009, 08:42 AM
The Eagles select: Domonique Johnson, Safety

Height: 6-13/8 | Weight: 197 | 40-Time: 4.59

Official Bio


Strengths:
Prototypical height and bulk with long arms...Very athletic...Great timed speed...Has a burst to recover...Physical and aggressive...Good strength...Solid tackler...Nice instincts and awareness...Smooth with fluid hips... Excellent hands and ball skills ...Real confident...Versatile.

Weaknesses:
Did not always play against top competition...Is too aggressive at times...Has some technique issues that need to be ironed out...Doesn't necessarily play to his measurables...Has clashed with coaches and character might be a concern...Durability's an issue...Bit of a 'tweener.

Notes:
Also being looked at as a potential safety prospect...Began his college career at Missouri and actually started six games there in 2005 and 2006...Transferred to Jackson St. following his redshirt sophomore season...Was a 2nd Team FCS All-American and 1st Team All-SWAC in 2008...Helped lead the Tigers to the SWAC Championship game both seasons he was with them and was even named the Defensive MVP in 2007...Dealt with minor knee and shoulder injuries in college...Talented player with a pretty intriguing set of triangle numbers...Was a big fish in a small pond at the Division I-AA level and didn't necessarily look like he would be an early round pick while at Mizzou...Should be one of the top small-school prospects available but isn't close to being in the same class as Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie

Broncoman13
04-19-2009, 08:47 AM
The Eagles Select: Roger Allen, OG

Offensive Guard | Senior | Missouri Western St.
Height: 6-2 3/4 | Weight: 326 | 40-Time: 5.45

Official Bio


Strengths:
Good size and bulk with long arms...Excellent strength and power...A great initial punch...Aggressive and super competitive...Plays with a nasty demeanor and finishes his blocks...Gets a fantastic push in the run game...Stout at the point of attack...Good balance...Nice instincts and awareness...A terrific work ethic...Tough and will play through pain...Durable...Has a lot of experience...Very mature...A team leader.

Weaknesses:
Did not play against top competition...Range is pretty limited and will struggle in space...Very raw and has some issues with his technique and footwork...Not overly athletic...Has some trouble staying healthy.

Notes:
A four-year starter for the Griffons...Unanimous 1st Team All-MIAA selection three years in a row...Named a Division II All-American in 2008...Also saw a little action at tackle as a senior...Weighed just 240 pounds when he entered college...Battled through a shoulder injury in 2008...Suffered a sports hernia at the Texas vs. the Nation all-star game which hampered him during the pre-draft process...Small school sleeper with some intriguing physical tools and top-notch intangibles.

Drek
04-19-2009, 12:59 PM
The Falcons select....

Robert Francois, LB, Boston College

http://cache.daylife.com/imageserve/0aWR8V7cev09S/610x.jpg

Robert Francois came on strong his senior year in college, emerging as a starter on Boston College's strong front seven, and followed it up with a very good pro day.

He's got excellent size and good speed. I see a guy who just recently had it all fit into place for him on the football field and has legitimate pro potential as a SOLB in either the 4-3 or 3-4 fronts.

eddie mac
04-19-2009, 03:13 PM
With pick 6-197 The Dallas Cowboys select

Zach Potter DE Nebraska

http://www.nationalchamps.net/2008/sub/pics/small/nebraska_zach_potter.jpg

Overview
Potter is yet another solid, if not spectacular, defensive lineman from Nebraska. He stepped in well for NFL first-round pick Adam Carriker, twice being named honorable mention All-Big 12. As a senior he made 47 tackles, 16 for loss, five sacks, two interceptions and seven pass breakups. His five career blocked kicks will make NFL special teams coaches take notice.

Analysis
Positives: Tall with adequate size throughout his frame, could still add 15-20 mass in the upper body without slowing him down. ... Versatile end who plays both sides of the line for the Huskers. ... Pushes back left tackles at times and can beat right tackles in pass situations. ... Has the height and length to affect passing lanes. ... Smart player who recognizes screens and misdirection. ... Asked to drop in zone blitzes and cover backs in the flat. ... Hustles down the line to track down ballcarriers running away from him. ... Can spin in either direction to get off blockers and make a play.



Negatives: A "tweener" in 4-3 schemes and might be best as 3-4 end. ... Inconsistent explosiveness out of his stance and has average straight-line speed. ... Inconsistent getting off blocks using his upper body, at times looking strong and others getting stuck. ... Lacks a great punch, doesn't use his size to handle tight ends on the line as he should. ... Shows patience at the line but lacks quickness to make the play. ... Knocks down passes often because he can't get through his man to the quarterback. ... Often dives at the feet of ballcarriers, with mixed results, because he can't catch up to them.



Dallas Cowboys picks

51 Patrick Chung, S, Oregon
69 Louis Murphy, WR, Florida
101 Sherrod Martin, CB/S Troy
117 Sammie Lee Hill, NT, Stillman
156 Frantz Joseph, ILB, Florida Atlantic
166 Brandon Tate, WR/KR UNC
172 Stephen McGee, QB Texas A&M
197 Zach Potter, DE Nebraska


Selection made at 6-12pm ET, Baltimore and Bobhorry5 are OTC

GoHAM
04-19-2009, 04:49 PM
Tampa finally shows up and makes their long overdue picks

On Expat's recommendation:


155 - CB Captain Munnerlyn, South Carolina

175 - TE Cameron Morrah, California


Edit: JCMElway - just saw your post above regarding the Tampa picks, go ahead and do the community picks if you would like.

BobHorry5
04-19-2009, 06:36 PM
at 198 the ravens select
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</td> </tr> <tr> <td colspan="2" align="right">Height: 6-3<sup>5/8</sup> | Weight: 265 | 40-Time: 4.99 </td> </tr> <tr> <td valign="top" align="center"> http://www.draftcountdown.com/playerphotos/de/iancampbell.jpg
Official Bio (http://www.kstatesports.com/ViewArticle.dbml?SPSID=3062&SPID=212&DB_OEM_ID=400&ATCLID=67107&Q_SEASON=2008)

http://www.draftcountdown.com/images/stars/one.gif </td> <td valign="top"> Strengths:
Adequate size...Quick with a burst...Good tackler...Does a great job in pursuit...Decent instincts and awareness...Has a terrific motor...Super tough...Intense & Competitive...Offers some versatility...Hard worker.



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Rohirrim
04-19-2009, 06:46 PM
The Pats select:

Joel Bell, OT, 6’7”, 312 Furman Paladins

http://nfldotcom.files.wordpress.com/2009/03/j_bell_blog.jpg


3/31/2009 - Each year there are relative unknown players whose eye-popping workouts in February and March force scouts back into the film room. Many times scouts are quick to acknowledge the impressive athleticism of prospects to local media covering the event, but once they review the players on film, realize that the speed, agility and strength shown on the track or weight room doesn't translate onto the field. And then, sometimes, there are players whose workouts go well and scouts return to the film room to discover that perhaps they had simply overlooked or undervalued the prospects. Two such players moving up the charts this year are Furman offensive tackle Joel Bell and Utah cornerback Brian McCain. Bell, a three-time all-conference selection at left tackle, was invited to the Combine and put forth one of the more impressive all-around workouts, earning top-ten marks in the 40-yard dash, bench press, vertical, broad, 3-cone, and 20-yard shuttle at a shade under 6-7, 315 pounds. His workout was good enough that he didn't need to workout at Furman's Pro Day, though an eye-popping 25 teams still showed up to see him go through positional drills. Indianapolis Colts' scout Bob Guarini put Bell through a 20 minute workout while the other team scouts' watched. Besides the Colts, the teams represented were the Eagles, Titans, Saints, Jaguars, Browns, Steelers, Seahawks, Dolphins, Texans, Patriots, Lions, Chiefs, Falcons, Cowboys, Bears, 49ers, Rams, Raiders, Vikings, Bills, Giants, Panthers, Chargers, and the Packers. - Rob Rang, The SportsXchange, NFLDraftScout.com

Ludo and the Giants on the clock at 8:00 Mountain time.

dekers
04-19-2009, 08:43 PM
With pick 201 the colts pick:

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Height: 6' 3"
Weight: 300 lbs
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ludo21
04-19-2009, 08:51 PM
With Lucky 200 the Giants select:

Arian Foster RB, Tennessee

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Official Bio (http://www.utsports.com/sports/m-footbl/mtt/foster_arian00.html)

http://www.draftcountdown.com/images/stars/two.gif </TD><TD vAlign=top>Strengths:
Very good size and bulk...Displays excellent patience...Nice vision and instincts...Great balance...Hits the hole hard and has a burst...Nimble feet...Good strength and is relatively powerful...Has soft, reliable hands...Decent ball skills...Adequate blocker...Was super productive








pick made at 10:50 CST, dekers is still on the clock
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GoHAM
04-19-2009, 08:58 PM
Carolina, with pick #202 selects,

Jerraud Powers, CB, Auburn, 5'9", 188

http://media.oanow.com/oanow/img-story/images/uploads/bighitAU.jpg

Analysis

Positives: Short, but has a legitimate NFL build. ... At least adequate deep speed. ... Flashes an aggressive initial hand punch at the line of scrimmage. ... Good hip swivel to turn and run with receivers. ... Good agility and quickness out of his breaks to close on the ball. ... Peeks back at the quarterback and is willing to gamble. ... Can adjust his body in space to make the athletic interception. ... Rides receivers throughout the route and isn't intimidated by bigger receivers. ... Reliable open-field tackler who flashes some pop. ... Good agility to avoid blocks.

Negatives: Might be too short to handle working on the outside. ... Good open-field tackler who flashes some pop, but his physicality hasn't translated into forced fumbles. ... Can be too aggressive. ... Has a tendency to bite on the fake and lacks the elite burst to recover when beaten initially. ... Fought a nagging hamstring pull as a junior. - from NFL.com

Pick made at 9:58 pm MST, Tennessee and Lycan are on the clock

Lycan
04-20-2009, 12:04 AM
With the 203rd pick in the draft the Tennessee Titans select Deon Butler, WR, Penn St.

http://i.usatoday.net/sports/_photos/2007/10/13/pennstatex.jpg


Strengths:
Great athlete...Excellent speed...Quick and explosive with a burst...Is very elusive...Reliable hands...A decent route runner...Tough and will work the middle...Smart with good awareness...Has lots of experience.

Weaknesses:
Just average height...A severe lack of bulk...Is not very strong...Has a lot of trouble beating the jam...Won't break many tackles...Not much of a blocker...Rarely utilized as a kick/punt returner...Limited upside.

Notes:
First name is actually "Vincent"...A four-year starter for the Nittany Lions...Began his career as a walk-on defensive back...Redshirted in 2004...Won a starting job in 2005 and had a terrific season, breaking a number of school records...Was the team's leading receiver three of the past four years...Named 2nd Team All-Big Ten in 2008...Owns the Penn State record for career receptions...Struggled with inconsistent quarterback play and also had to compete with Derrick Williams and Jordan Norwood for touches...Had an impressive showing at the Scouting Combine and really helped his draft stock...Can compete for a roster spot but profiles as more of a #3 / #4 or slot type in the pros.


Pick was made at 3:03 AM EST

TheReverend
04-20-2009, 04:28 AM
With the 204th pick, the Cardinals select:

Josh Mauga, ILB, Nevada

http://media.charlotteobserver.com/smedia/2009/02/24/10/746-84878787SB032_NFL_COMBINE.standalone.prod_affiliat e.138.JPG

skpac1001
04-20-2009, 07:45 AM
Steelers select Eron Riley, WR, Duke.

Lycan
04-20-2009, 01:36 PM
With the 206th pick in the draft the Tennessee Titans select Corvey Irvin, DT, Georgia.

http://media.scout.com/Media/Image/53/534986m.jpg

Strengths:
Decent frame with room to add more weight...Good athleticism...Nice speed and quickness...Has the ability to penetrate and make plays in the backfield...Still has upside...Hard worker...Mature...A team leader.

Weaknesses:
Does not have the bulk that you look for...Needs to continue getting stronger...Not real explosive and lacks a burst...Isn't real stout at the point of attack... Limited Division I experience ...Average production.


Pick was made at 4:37 PM EST.

BroncoBuff
04-20-2009, 03:19 PM
(* Replacement for double-pick of Brandon Gibson 20 picks ago *)




With the 175th pick in the Sixth Round, that Kanzis Sch!tty Chefs select:
Kenny McKinley
WR - South Carolina

This four-year starter holds many career receiving records for the Gamecocks,
despite playing second fiddle to Sidney Rice for a couple seasons. Agile and
very fast with a great burst. Runs good routes with excellent hands, but has
a very small, almost frail frame. He won't block anybody, and he'll need to
bulk up to contribute at the next level.




(* Replacement for double-pick of Brandon Gibson 20 picks ago *)

Rohirrim
04-20-2009, 06:19 PM
The Pats select:

John Phillips, 6'6", 251, TE, Virginia

http://cache.daylife.com/imageserve/02vV5Jy50V3m7/340x.jpg

John Phillips, Virginia: Good all around tight end, who possesses great size, and can make nice, clean catches. Keeps his body under control and can extend to make the reception. Is an excellent blocker, showing a nice initial pop. However, he is not explosive or fast, and will be better suited on short routes, not making big plays down the seams. Probability: 6.0 | Grade: 7.0

Eddie Mac and the Cowpunks are up.

eddie mac
04-21-2009, 02:50 AM
With pick 6-208 The Dallas Cowboys select

Cornelius Lewis OT Tennessee State

http://www.jacksonville.com/files/editorial/images/lynn/jacksonville/mdControlled/cms/2009/02/23/25430109.jpg

Analysis
Positives: Good size. At least adequate initial quickness off the snap. Good use of hands. Physical initial hand punch to stun the defender. Locks on well and can control the pass rusher with his strength and length. Despite his height, plays with enough leverage to anchor against the bull rush. Good burst and pop off the snap as a drive blocker. Can generate movement off the line of scrimmage and is surprisingly active downfield. Flashes some nastiness and looks to intimidate. Versatile blocker with starting experience at right guard and both tackle positions. Flashes the dominance up front that you'd expect from a NFL caliber player at this level.



Negatives: Lacks the quickness off the snap to remain at tackle in the NFL. Struggles to re-direct if his initial punch doesn't slow the pass rusher. Inconsistent blocking at the second level. Will lunge due to only marginal lateral quickness and balance when blocking on the move. Questionable level of competition. Suspension from Florida State requires further investigation.



Compares To: CHRIS KEMOEATU, Pittsburgh -- Lewis can be a decent left tackle, as he compensates for a lack of great height with a punishing hand punch and good placement, but he might not have the hips and lateral agility to mirror edge rushers at the next level. If he's move inside, where he has starting experience, and he can be a physical road grader in a power-oriented blocking scheme.





Dallas Cowboys picks

51 Patrick Chung, S, Oregon
69 Louis Murphy, WR, Florida
101 Sherrod Martin, CB/S Troy
117 Sammie Lee Hill, NT, Stillman
156 Frantz Joseph, ILB, Florida Atlantic
166 Brandon Tate, WR/KR UNC
172 Stephen McGee, QB Texas A&M
197 Zach Potter, DE Nebraska
208 Cornelius Lewis OT/OG Tennessee State


Selection made at 6-12pm ET, Cincinnati and Magichef are OTC

MagicHef
04-21-2009, 06:24 AM
The Bengals select:

Tony Fiammetta, FB, Syracuse

Height: 6-01/8 | Weight: 245 | 40-Time: 4.61

Strengths:
Good natural athlete...Decent timed speed...Terrific blocker...Has soft hands and is a threat out of the backfield...Is extremely tough and physical...Excellent strength...Outstanding work ethic...Nice instincts and awareness...Versatile...Still has upside...Lots of experience...Real mature...A leader and team captain...Also has special teams potential.

Weaknesses:
Just average bulk...Does not have very much experience carrying the ball...Is not very quick or elusive and lacks a burst...Not extremely powerful...Minor durability concerns...Poor production...A 'tweener?

Notes:
Is also being looked at as an H-Back prospect...First name is actually "Placido"...Played in 44 games with the Orange...Was also on the lacrosse and wrestling teams in high school...Broke his left leg in high school...Missed some time with an ankle sprain, concussion and lower leg injury in college...Had a career-long 58-yard run against Cincinnati in his final college game...The type who does all the little stuff that doesn't show up in box scores...Was grossly underutilized in college but he has the ability to be a weapon as a runner, receiver and blocker.

Kaylore
04-21-2009, 10:08 AM
We're moving on. It shouldn't take someone this long to pick back to back. A.L.F. is on the clock.

eddie mac
04-21-2009, 10:43 AM
With pick 7-210 The Dallas Cowboys select

Everette Pedescleaux DE Northern Iowa

Info to follow if I can find any.




Dallas Cowboys picks

51 Patrick Chung, S, Oregon
69 Louis Murphy, WR, Florida
101 Sherrod Martin, CB/S Troy
117 Sammie Lee Hill, NT, Stillman
156 Frantz Joseph, ILB, Florida Atlantic
166 Brandon Tate, WR/KR UNC
172 Stephen McGee, QB Texas A&M
197 Zach Potter, DE Nebraska
208 Cornelius Lewis OT/OG Tennessee State
210 Everette Pedescleaux DE Northern Iowa


Selection made at 1-42pm ET, ALF is already OTC

Kaylore
04-21-2009, 03:05 PM
A.L.F.'s time has lapsed. BroncoBuff is on the clock.

24champ
04-21-2009, 03:10 PM
Rams select Running Back Frank "The Tank" Summers of UNLV.

BroncoBuff
04-21-2009, 03:30 PM
With the 212th pick of the darft in the 7th round ....

The kansis sch!tty chefs select:


Reggie Walker
Inside Linebacker
Kansas State

Good bulk and a solid build at 246 pounds ...Very physical...Tough and aggressive...A powerful tackler...Excels against the run...Active with a very good motor...Hard worker...Terrific special teams potential...Experienced. A 3-year starter at Kansas State, he's a good bet to excel on special teams and could be a solid backup ILB in a 3-4 set ... a Spencer Larsen type.




Pick made at 3:58 pm Pacific time ...
Seattle and Socalorado are on the clock.

24champ
04-21-2009, 03:35 PM
Buff is a draft wrecker.Ha!

socalorado
04-21-2009, 06:28 PM
With the 213th pick the seachickens still reaching through this whole draft, select the other RB Johnson to complete the running game.
None other than.......


http://walterfootball.com/college/ColoradoState_logo.gif Gartrell Johnson, Colorado State
Height: 5-10. Weight: 219.
Projected 40 Time: 4.62.
Combine 40 Time: 4.77.
Pro Day 40 Time: 4.67.
Benchx225: 20. Vertical: 34. Broad: 9-6.
Projected Round (2009): 6-7.


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BroncoBuff
04-21-2009, 06:42 PM
I love Gartrell ... a battering RAM.

Kaylore
04-21-2009, 07:30 PM
The Dolphins select

Ashlee Palmer LB Ole Miss
http://1.bp.blogspot.com/_8ssNdLxsaxU/SXaFAW2fe-I/AAAAAAAADjU/udcVEWZqbjc/s320/Palmer_Ashlee090807a.jpg

MagicHef
04-21-2009, 08:01 PM
The Bengals select:

Anthony Hill, TE, North Carolina St.

Height: 6-5 | Weight: 262 | 40-Time: 4.80

Strengths:
Outstanding size and bulk...Has a huge frame with long arms...Tough and physical...Excellent strength...An outstanding blocker...Stout at the point and gets a good push...Soft, reliable hands...Can be a threat in the redzone...Works well in traffic and can take a hit...Understands how to get open...May offer some versatility...Has a lot of experience.

Weaknesses:
Does not have great speed or quickness...Average athleticism...Not a big play threat and won't stretch the field...Does not get much separation...Won't do much after the catch...Will have the occasional lapse in concentration...Durability may be an issue...Upside is limited.

Notes:
Was a three-year starter in the ACC...Attended Hargrave Military Academy prep school for a year after high school before joining the Wolfpack...Would have been a part of the 2008 NFL Draft but redshirted after tearing the ACL in his left knee...Bulking up and moving to offensive tackle may be a legitimate possibility...Not flashy and is definitely a better blocker than receiver but is sneakily effective and has proven to be a dependable threat in the short to intermediate range...Underrated prospect who is never going to be a superstar but is absolutely capable of making a roster and contributing as a backup.

rugbythug
04-22-2009, 06:48 AM
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</td> <td valign="top" align="left"> Emanuel Cook (FS (http://www.nfl.com/draft/2009/tracker#dt-tabs:dt-by-position/dt-by-position-input:s))
Height: 5'9"
Weight: 197
College: South Carolina (http://www.nfl.com/draft/2009/tracker#dt-tabs:dt-by-college/dt-by-college-input:85)
Conference: SEC (http://www.nfl.com/draft/2009/tracker#dt-tabs:dt-by-college/dt-by-conference-input:sec)
Hometown: Riviera Beach, FL
High School: Palm Beach Gardens
View Combine Page >> (http://www.nfl.com/combine/profiles/emanuel-cook?id=71263)

Combine Results:
40 Yard Dash : 4.65 seconds
Bench Press : 18.0 reps
Vertical Jump : 35.0 inches
Broad Jump : 116.0 inches


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Overview He lacks prototypical height, but Cook ranks as one of the better and more physical strong safeties of the 2009 class. An immediate standout for the Gamecocks, Cook left after his junior campaign. He earned all-SEC recognition all three seasons he spent at South Carolina. Similar to Indianapolis Colts' star Bob Sanders, Cook is at his best as a run enforcer and protecting the middle of the defense with his physicality and sound tackling. He'll need to perform well at the Scouting Combine -- both in workouts and in interviews -- to match Sanders' second-round grade.

High School Graduated from Palm Beach Gardens High where he was coached by Kevin Fleury... Rushed for 2,027 yards and 27 touchdowns as a senior... Recognized as the South Florida Sun-Sentinel Player of the Year for large schools... Led his team to the Class 6A state title as a senior, marking the first state championship in school history... Ran for 373 yards and five TDs in a game against Atlantic and busted a 99-yard run vs. Lake Worth in the playoffs... Rushed for 243 yards and four scores in the state title game... Ranked as the No. 21 safety in the country by Rivals.com, who also tabbed him as the No. 51 player in the state of Florida, regardless of position... A three-star prospect by Rivals.com... Winner of the Palm Beach Post Character Counts Award... Recognized as the Lou Groza Award Palm Beach County Player of the Year.

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Analysis Positives: Fearless. ... Sound tackler. ... Breaks down in space well due to good lateral quickness and balance and shows rare explosion as a hitter of his size. ... Can separate the ball from the ballcarrier as a hitter and has three forced fumbles. ... Instinctive defender, reads the action quickly. ... Smooth hip turn and has a short-area burst to close on the ball. ... Immediate standout in the SEC as a freshman.

Negatives: Listed at 5-foot-10, and may be shorter than that. ... Questionable straight-line speed. ... Protected in coverage a bit by South Carolina's unique 4-2-5 scheme. ... Immature. ... Missed the Gamecocks' final game (Outback Bowl loss to Iowa) due to an academic suspension.

GoHAM
04-22-2009, 07:30 AM
With pick #217 in the 7th round Tampa Bay selects:

Tom Brandstater, QB, Fresno State, 6'5", 220

http://assets.espn.go.com/photo/2008/0703/ncf_u_brandstater_412.jpg

Analysis
Positives: Very good height and adequate build for the position. Despite his size, his feet are good enough to be effective on the bootleg and moving within the pocket. Good arm strength for short and intermediate routes, and is improving his accuracy on those throws. Has an efficient delivery. Shows some touch on shorter routes, taking a bit off the throw. Operates from under center and the shotgun. Not afraid of contact, and will attempt to block (cut or otherwise) on reverses or even downfield. Good hand work on play fakes. Throws accurately running to his right.



Negatives: Converted high school safety. Regressed in his decision-making in 2008. Generated a lot of yardage on quick throws from a spread offense look. Does not make a great deep throw, more often than not floating it up for grabs. Struggles to get the ball between linebackers and safeties on deeper routes. Bird-dogs his primary receiver at times, but is improving at looking off coverage and going through progressions. Tries to float passes to open targets instead of just throwing the ball. Not consistent with his spiral, as the ball will come out of his hand a bit wobbly. Will not threaten a defense with the big run, although he does switch the ball to his outside hand to secure it in the open. - from NFL.com



Pick was made at 8:30 am MST, Green Bay and sirhcyennek81 are on the clock.

BowlenBall
04-22-2009, 10:39 AM
Sorry guys, minor breach of etiquette here, but I can't stay up much longer (I'm on the other side of the world, and it's bedtime). If sirhcyennek81 wants the player I selected below, then I'll select someone else when I get up tomorrow. If not, then it's all good, right?

With pick 7-219 in the OM Mock II draft, the San Francisco 49ers select:

RB Bernard Scott, Abilene Christian

http://www.harlonhill.com/scott.jpg
"This is the big one, Elizabeth!"

Overview
NFL scouts will say Scott is not really fast, big or strong. But he is simply one of the most productive runners in college football history.

The 2008 Harlon Hill Trophy winner and two-time AP Little All-American rushed for 4,321 yards and 63 touchdowns from 2007-08, adding 93 receptions for 1,391 yards and 10 scores. That doesn't even take into consideration his All-American 2006 season at Blinn JC (1,892 yards, 27 TDs) and a freshman year (played at Central Arkansas, from which his current ACU head coach came) in which he gained 1,026 yards and 11 touchdowns.

However, his checkered past may catch up with him. He was kicked off his high school team for being part of a fight off campus, dismissed from Central Arkansas for - among other things - hitting a coach and has had multiple additional run-ins with police.

Scott's combination of excellent vision and quick feet make him a fourth-round talent. But character issues will require a strong recommendation of Scott's improved maturity (he did turn 25 in February) from coaches. That could get him a late-round selection or priority free agent call.

Analysis
Positives: Excellent burst through the hole, and hits it hard. Very good vision, and usually finds the best running lane. Uses that vision and excellent footwork to pick his way through traffic. Sidesteps defenders in the hole. Patient runner inside or on the edge who will wait for blocks to develop before hitting the gas. Runs with a nice lean and low center of gravity, getting through arm tackles in traffic or in space. Keeps legs churning inside; puts his hand on the ground to maintain balance and get more yards. Excellent hands for the reception and makes the first man miss. Quick to get into his route, and fast in and out of his cut.

Negatives: A bit leaner than most NFL teams like in their backs, although he runs low enough to handle a pounding. Runs with the ball in his left hand heading in either direction. Good second gear but lacks the elite third gear. Lack of experience in pass protection will be a concern as a third-down back. Major character issues and over-aged for a rookie running back.

2007 Season Second team AP Little All-American, 1st team All-Lone Star South, OBOY.

2005 Season Did not play in '05.

2004 Season At Central Arkansas: Named the Gulf South Conference Freshman of the Year after rushing for 1,026 yards and 11 touchdowns on 163 carries for the Bears. Scott posted six 100-yard rushing games as the Bears had one of the top offenses in NCAA Division II football. As a freshman, Scott's offensive coordinator was current ACU offensive coordinator Ken Collums, and the Bears' offensive line coach was current ACU head coach Chris Thomsen.

Junior College Scott was a first team National Junior College Athletic Association all-America after leading the Blinn JC Buccaneers to a 12-0 season and the NJCAA national championship. Blinn beat Pearl River Community College, 19-6, in the Pilgrim's Pride Bowl to win the national title. Scott was named the game's MVP after rushing for 193 yards and one touchdown on 22 carries. Scott averaged 154.4 rushing yards per game, and he finished his only junior college season with a junior college-best 1,892 yards and 27 touchdowns. He was also first team all Southwestern Junior College Football Conference.

High School Was not eligible for his senior year after being kicked off the football team for being involved in an off-campus fight. 2003 graduate of Wichita Falls High School. As a junior at Vernon High School in 2001, Scott ran for 2,424 yards and 19 touchdowns in 13 games. He also had 150 receiving yards and two touchdowns. Scott was a Class 3A first-team all-state selection by the Associated Press and was the Wichita Falls Times Record-News' Red River 22 Offensive Player of the Year. Scott was a first-team National Junior College Athletic Association all-America after leading the Blinn JC Buccaneers to a 12-0 season and the NJCAA national championship. Blinn beat Pearl River Community College, 19-6, in the Pilgrim's Pride Bowl to win the national title. Scott was named the game's MVP after rushing for 193 yards and one touchdown on 22 carries. Scott averaged 154.4 rushing yards per game, and he finished his only junior college season with a junior college-best 1,892 yards and 27 touchdowns. He was also first team all Southwestern Junior College Football Conference.

Pick made at:
9:40 p.m. UTC +4 (Abu Dhabi)
1:40 p.m. North American Eastern Time Zone
12:40 p.m. North American Central Time Zone
11:40 a.m. Mountain Time Zone
10:40 a.m. Pacific Time Zone
9:40 a.m. Alaska Standard Time

The Green Bay Packers (and sirhcyennek81) remain on the clock.

Kaylore
04-22-2009, 01:04 PM
sirhcyenne's time has lapsed. Rovolution is on the clock.

rovolution
04-22-2009, 06:21 PM
With the 220th pick of the 2009 NFL Draft, the Buffalo Bills select

Mortty Ivy, LB, West Virginia

http://cache.daylife.com/imageserve/0ajZeDW3za7JO/340x.jpg

pick made at 7:21 PM

jebures
04-22-2009, 10:00 PM
DE/OLB Brandon Long 6'2 255 4.61 Michigan St.

worm
04-22-2009, 10:19 PM
With the 222nd ('lucky 2's) pick in the 2009 OMII draft the:

NEW ORLEANS SAINTS select:

C.J. Spillman, FS

http://pbrown16.files.wordpress.com/2008/07/340x3.jpg

Analysis
Positives: Solid free safety prospect with adequate size and good speed. Good backpedal, stays low and shows quick feet. Has fluid hips and short-area quickness to handle man coverage when needed. Can make a play in the air, high-pointing the ball. Comes downhill to hit receivers coming over the middle. Closes quickly on ballcarriers from the deep defensive backfield. Willing to take on fullback block to force play inside. Forces fumbles by putting a shoulder on the ball or stripping after the ballcarrier is held up. Gunner on special teams due to his size, speed and toughness.

Negatives: Will take false steps on play-action, but recovers adequately. Willing to hit a receiver off the line, but doesn't always use his hands to win the physical battle. Doesn't get off receiver blocks often enough. Must improve his hands for making an interception. More of a hitter than a form tackler, although he can wrap up on occasion. Will freelance, losing discipline to stay deeper than the deepest receiver.


Pick was made at 12:15am New Orleans time. I actually spoke with Rita tonight (seriously). She confirmed this pick (not seriously).

The Texans are on the clock.

ColoradoBuff
04-23-2009, 07:24 AM
The Houston Texans select:

George Hypolite, DT, Univ. of Colorado

Height: 6-1 | Weight: 290 | 40-Time: 5.00

http://image.cdnl3.xosnetwork.com/pics/400/AS/ASJSNHPCYLFUADR.20080404165733.jpg

pick made @ 8:23 am mtn time.

Archer81
04-23-2009, 08:03 AM
Greenbay Packers Select WR Brooks Foster, WR UNC. (6'0, 204, 4.55 40)

JCMElway
04-23-2009, 09:01 AM
Round 1

1 1-1 Lions - Florida Bronco -- Matthew Stafford, QB Georgia
2 1-2 Rams - A.L.F -- Jason Smith, OT, Baylor
3 1-3 Chiefs - BroncoBuff -- Aaron Curry, LB, Wake Forest
4 1-4 Seahawks - SoCalorado -- Mark Sanchez, QB, USC
5 1-5 Browns - Boss Man -- Everette Brown, LB, FSU
6 1-6 Bengals - MagicHef -- Eugene Monroe, OT, Virginia
7 1-7 Raiders - Rugybythug -- Michael Crabtree, WR, Texas Tech
8 1-8 Jaguars - Arkie -- BJ Raji, NT, Boston College
9 1-9 Packers - sirhcyennek81 -- Brian Cushing, LB, USC
10 1-10 49ers - ExPatFan -- Malcolm Jenkins, DB, OSU
11 1-11 Bills - rovolution -- Brian Orakpo, DE, Texas
12 1-12 Broncos - JCMElway -- Tyson Jackson, DE, LSU
13 1-13 Redskins - randomtask -- Michael Oher, OT, Ole Miss
14 1-14 Saints - Worm - Knowshon Moreno, RB, Georgia
15 1-15 Texans - Hawk's boys - Andre Smith, OT, Alabama
16 1-16 Chargers - brncs_fan - Rey Maualuga, LB, USC
17 1-17 Jets - Requiem - Jeremy Maclin, WR, Mizzou
18 1-18 Bears - Schism - Larry English, DE, N Illinois
19 1-19 Buccaneers - Northman - Hakeem Nicks, WR, UNC
20 1-20 Lions (Cowboys) - Florida Bronco - Eben Britton, OT, Arizona
21 1-22 Eagles - Oskie!! - Chris Wells, RB, Ohio State
22 1-23 Vikings - jebures - Vontae Davis, CB, Illinois
23 1-24 Patriots - Rohirrim - Clay Matthews, LB, USC
24 1-25 Falcons - Drek - Brandon Pettigrew, TE, Oklahoma State
25 1-26 Dolphins - Kaylore - Percy Harvin, WR, Florida
26 1-27 Ravens - Houshyamama -- Darius Butler, CB, UConn
27 1-29 Colts - dekers -- Peria Jerry, DT, Ole Miss
28 1-28 Eagles (Panthers) - Oskie!! - Alphonso Smith, CB, Wake Forest
29 1-30 Giants - Ludo -- Kenny Britt, WR, Rutgers
30 1-32 Titans - Lycan -- Darrius Heyward-Bey, WR, Maryland
31 1-21 Cardinals - TheReverend - Alex Mack, C, Cal
32 1-31 Steelers - skpac1001 - Jarron Gilbert, DE, San Jose State

Round 2

33 2-1 Lions - Fl Bronco - James Laurinaitis, MLB, Ohio State
34 2-2 Chiefs - Broncobuff - Robert Ayers, DE/OLB, Tennessee
35 2-3 Rams - ALF - Louis Delmas, S, Western Michigan
36 2-4 Browns - Boss Man - LeSean McCoy, RB , Pitt
37 2-5 Seahawks - Socalorado - David Bruton, FS, Notre Dame
38 2-6 Bengals - Magichef - Connor Barwin, LB, Cincinnati
39 2-7 Jaguars - Arkie - William Beatty, OT, Connecticut
40 2-8 Raiders - Rugbythug - Aaron Maybin, DE, Penn State
41 2-9 Packers - sirhcyennek81 - Chase Coffman, TE, Mizzou
42 2-10 Bills - Rovolution - Max Unger, C/G, Oregon
43 2-11 49ers - Expatfan - Josh Freeman, QB, Kansas State
44 2-12 Dolphins (Redskins) - Kaylore - Clint Sintim, LB, Virginia
45 2-13 Giants (Saints) - Ludo - Evander Hood, DT, Mizzou
46 2-14 Texans - Hawk's Boys - William Moore, S, Mizzou
47 2-15 Patriots (Chargers) - Rohirrim - DJ Moore, CB, Vandy
48 2-16 Broncos - JCMElway - Sean Smith, CB/S, Utah
49 2-17 Bears - Killericon - Phil Loadholt, OT, Oklahoma
50 2-18 Buccaneers - Northman - Lawrence Sidbury, DE, Richmond
51 2-19 Cowboys - Eddie Mac - Patrick Chung, S, Oregon
52 2-21 Jets - Req - Donald brown, RB, Connecticut
53 2-22 Eagles - Oskie - Michael Johnson, DE, Georgia Tech
54 2-23 Vikings - Jebures - Jared Cook, TE, South Carolina
55 2-24 Falcons - Drek - Brian Robiske, WR, Ohio State
56 2-25 Dolphins - Kaylore - Jamon Meredith, OT, South Carolina
57 2-26 Ravens - Houshy - Fili Moala, DT/DE, USC
58 2-27 Patriots - Rohirrim - Juaquin Iglesias, WR, Oklahoma
59 2-31 Panthers - GoWyo - Ron Brace, DT, Boston College
60 2-29 Giants - Ludo - Marcus Freeman, OLB, Ohio State
61 2-28 Colts - Dekers - Myron Pryor, DT, Kentucky
62 2-32 Titans - Lycan - Jarius Byrd, CB, Oregon
63 2-20 Cardinals - TheReverend - Paul Kruger, DE, Utah
64 2-30 Steelers - Skpac1001 - Coye Francies, CB, San Jose State

Round 3

65 3-1 Lions - Florida Bronco - Rashad Johnson, S, Alabama
66 3-2 Rams - ALF - Duke Robinson, G, Oklahoma
67 3-3 Chiefs - Broncobuff - Shonn Green, RB, Iowa
68 3-4 Seahawks - Socalorado - Jeremiah Johnson, RB, Oregon
69 3-5 Cowboys (Browns) - Conklin - Louis Murphy, WR, Florida
70 3-6 Bengals - Magichef - Rashad Jennings, RB, Liberty
71 3-7 Raiders - Rugbythug - Eric Wood, C, Louisville
72 3-8 Jaguars - Arkie -Chip Vaughn SS Wake Forest
73 3-9 Packers - sirhcyennek - Mitch King, DE Iowa
74 3-10 49ers - Expatfan - Patrick White, ATH, West Virginia
75 3-11 Bills - Rovolution - James Casey, TE, Rice University
76 3-12 Jets (Saints) - Req/Eddie Mac - Michael Hamlin, S, Clemson
77 3-13 Texans - Hawk's Boys - James Davis, RB, Clemson Univ
78 3-14 Chargers - brncs_fan - Craig Urbik, OG, Wisconsin
79 3-15 Broncos - JCMElway - Gerald McRath, LB, Southern Miss
80 3-16 Redskins - randomtask - Stryker Sulak, DE, Missouri
81 3-17 Buccaneers - Northman - Cedric Peerman, RB, Virgina
82 3-18 Lions (Cowboys) - Flor Bronco - Cody Brown, DE/OLB, UConn
83 3-20 Packers (Jets) - sirhcyennek - Dorrell Scott, DT, Clemson
84 3-21 Bears - Killericon - Javon Ringer, RB, Michigan State.
85 3-22 Eagles - Oskie - Shawn Nelson, TE, So. Miss
86 3-23 Vikings - Jebures - Tony Kropog, OT, Tulane
87 3-24 Dolphins - Kaylore - Victor "macho" Harris, CB, Va tech
88 3-25 Ravens - Houshy - Antoine Caldwell, C, Alabama
89 3-26 Patriots - Rohirrim - Scott McKillop LB, Pittsburgh
90 3-27 Falcons - Drek - Sen'Derrick Marks, DT, Auburn
91 3-28 Giants - Ludo - Danell Ellerbee, ILB, Georgia
92 3-31 Colts - Dekers - Marko Mitchell, WR, Nevada
93 3-30 Panthers - GoWyo - Ramses Barden, WR, Cal-Poly
94 3-32 Titans - Lycan -Chris Baker, DT, Hampton
95 3-19 Cardinals - TheRev - Ricky Jean-Francois, DT, LSU
96 3-29 Steelers - Skpac - Fenuki Topou, OL, Oregon
3 (33-97) New England - Rohirrim - Andy Levitre, OL, Oregon St
3 (34-98) Cincinnati - Magichef - Darry Beckwith, ILB, LSU
3 (35-99) Chicago - killericon - Brandon Gibson, WR, Washington State!
3 (36-100) NY Giants - Ludo - Asher Allen, CB Georgia

Round 4

101 * Dallas - Eddie Mac- Sherrod Martin, DB, Troy
102 Kansas City - Broncobuff - Mike Mickens, CB, Cincinnati
103 St Louis - ALF - Jason Phillips, LB, TCU
104 Cleveland - Boss man - Cornelius Ingram TE Florida
105 Seattle - Socalorado - Roy Miller, DE, Texas
106 Cincinnati - Magichef - Alex Magee, DT, Purdue
107 Jacksonville - Arkie - Jonathan Luigs C Arkansas
108 * Miami - Kaylore - Andre Brown, RB, NC State
109 Green Bay - Sirhycyennek - Jason Watkins, OT, Florida
110 Buffalo - Rovolution - Tyronne Green, G, Auburn
111 San Francisco - Expatfan - Gerald Cadogan, OT, Penn State
112 Houston - Hawk's boys - Mohamed Massaquoi, WR, Georgia
113 San Diego - brncs fan - Kyle Moore, DE, USC
114 Denver - JCMElway -- Jasper Brinkley, LB, South Carolina
115 * NY Jets - Requiem - Keenan Lewis, CB,Oregon St.
116 New Orleans - Worm - Kevin Barnes, CB Maryland
117 Dallas - Eddie Mac - Sammie Lee Hill, NT, Stillman
118 * New Orleans - Worm - Zack Follett, LB, California
119 Chicago - Killericon - Trevor Canfield, G, Cincinnati.
120 Tampa Bay - Northman - Daniel Holtzclaw, Eastern Michigan LB
121 Philadelphia - Oskie - Jason Williams, LB, Western Illinois
122 * Houston - Hawk's Boys - Tyrone McKenzie, OLB, South Florida
123 Baltimore - Bobhorry5 - Kaluka Maiava, LB, USC
124 New England - Rohirrim - Nic Harris, LB/S, Oklahoma
125 Atlanta - Drek - Courtney Green, S, Rutgers
126 * Oakland - Rugbythug - Terrance Taylor, DT, Michigan
127 Indianapolis - Dekers - TJ Lang, OL, Eastern Michigan
128 Carolina - Gowyo - Rhett Bomar, QB, Sam Houston
129 NY Giants - Ludo - Xavier Fulton OT, Illinois
130 Tennessee - Lycan - Matt Shaughnessy, DE, Wisconsin
131 Arizona - theRev - Johnathan Casillas, LB, Wisconsin
132 Pittsburgh - Skpac - Louis Vasquez, OL, Texas Tech
133 C San Diego - Brncs Fan - Javarris Williams, RB, Tenn. St
134 C San Diego - Brncs Fan - Curtis Taylor, S, LSU
135 C Tennessee - Lycan - Worrell Williams, ILB, Califiornia
136 C Indianapolis - Dekers - Chris Clemons , SS, Clemson

Round 5

137 * Seattle - Socalorado - Andrew Hartline, OT Central Michigan
138 St Louis - ALF - Derrick Williams, WR, Penn State
139 Kansas City - Broncobuff - Travis Beckum, TE, Wisconsin
140 * Denver - JCMElway - Terrance Knighton, NT, Temple
141 * Philadelphia - Oskie - Bradley Fletcher, , DB, Iowa
142 Cincinnati - Magichef - Mike Thomas, WR, Arizona
143 * Atlanta - Drek - Herman Johnson, OL, LSU
144 Jacksonville - Arkie - Demetrius Byrd WR LSU
145 Green Bay - sirhcyennek - Ian Johnson, RB, Boise State
146 San Francisco - Expatfan - Austin Collie, WR, BYU
147 Buffalo - Rovolution - DeAndre Levy, OLB, Wisconsin
148 San Diego - brncs fan - Garrett Reynolds, OT, UNC
149 Denver - JCMElway - Ray Feinga, G, BYU
150 Washington - randomtask - Jarrett Dillard, WR, Rice
151 * NY Giants - ludo - Derek Pegues, CB, Mississippi St
152 Houston - Hawk's Boys - Henry Melton, DE, Univ. of Texas
153 * Philadelphia - Oskie - Donald Washington, CB, Ohio State
154 Chicago - Killericon - Sammie Stroughter, WR, Oregon St
155 Tampa Bay - E.P. - Captain Munnerlyn, CB, South Carolina
156 Dallas - Eddie Mac - Frantz Joseph, ILB, Florida Atlantic
157 Philadelphia - Oskie - Mike Wallace, WR, Ole Miss
158 Minnesota - Jebures - Vance Walker, DT, Georgia Tech
159 * Philadelphia - Oskie - Sebastian Vollmer, OT, Houston
160 Atlanta - Drek - Kory Sheets, RB, Purdue
161 Miami - Kaylore - Mike Goodson, RB, Texas A&M
162 Baltimore - BobHorry5 - Johnny Knox, WR, Abilene Christian
163 Carolina - Gowyo - Darcel McBath, FS, Texas Tech
164 NY Giants - Ludo - Richard Quinn, TE, UNC
165 Indianapolis - dekers - Nick Redd, ILB, Oregon
166 * Dallas - Eddie Mac - Brandon Tate, WR, UNC
167 Arizona - theRev - AQ Shipley, C, Penn State
168 Pittsburgh - Skpac - Quinn Johnson, FB, Texas
169 C Pittsburgh - Skpac - Rulan Davis, DE, California
170 C New England - Rohirrim - Lee Robinson, LB, Alcorn State
171 C San Francisco - Expatfan - David Veikune, DE / OLB, Hawaii
172 C Dallas - Eddie Mac - Stephen McGee, QB, Texas A&M
173 C Tennessee - Lycan - Edwin Williams, C, Maryland

Round 6

174 Detroit - Florida Bronco - Jason McCourty, CB, Rutgers
175 Kansas City - Broncobuff - Kenny McKinley, WR, South Carolina
176 St Louis - ALF - Will Davis, DE, Illinois
177 Cleveland - Boss man - Aaron Kelly, WR, Clemson
178 Seattle - Socalorado - Jake Visser, DT, Ferris State.
179 Cincinnati - Magichef - Pannel Egboh, DE, Stanford
180 Jacksonville - Arkie - Quan Cosby, WR, Texas
181 * Miami - kaylore - Morgan Trent, CB, Michigan
182 Green Bay - sirhcyennek - Cary Harris, CB, USC
183 Buffalo - Rovolution - Robert Brewster, OT, Ball St
184 San Francisco - Expatfan - Lydon Murtha, OT, Nebraska
185 Denver - JCMElway - Clinton McDonald, DL, Memphis
186 washington - randomtask - Nate Davis, QB, Ball State
187 * Green Bay - sirhcyennek - Dave Philistin, ILB, Maryland
188 Houston - Hawk's Boys - Graham Harrell, QB, Texas Tech
189 San Diego - brncs fan - Cary Harris, CB/S, USC
190 * Tampa Bay - E.P. - Cameron Morrah, TE, California
191 * Chicago - Killericon - Augustus Parrish, Offensive Tackle from Kent State
192 * Detroit - Florida Bronco - Greg Toler, CB, Saint Paul's
193 NY Jets - Requiem - John Parker-Wilson QB Alabama
194 Philadelphia - Oskie - Domonique Johnson, Safety, Jackson State
195 * Philadelphia - Oskie - Roger Allen, OG, Missouri Western St
196 Atlanta - Drek - Robert Francois, LB, Boston College
197 * Dallas - Eddie Mac - Zach Potter DE Nebraska
198 Baltimore - BobHorry5 - Ian Campbell, DE/OLB, Kansas State
199 New England - Rohirrim - Joel Bell, OT, Furman
200 NY Giants - Ludo - Adrian Foster RB, Tennessee
201 Indianapolis - dekers - Anthony Parker, G, Tennessee
202 Carolina - Gowyo - Jerraud Powers, CB, Auburn
203 Tennessee - Lycan - Deon Butler, WR, Penn St
204 Arizona - theRev - Josh Mauga, ILB, Nevada
205 Pittsburgh - Skpac - Eron Riley, WR, Duke
206 C Tennessee - Lycan - Corvey Irvin, DT, Georgia
207 C New England - Rohirrim - John Phillips, TE, Virginia
208 C Dallas - Eddie Mac - Cornelius Lewis, OT, Tennessee State
209 C Cincinnati - Magichef - Tony Fiammetta, FB, Syracuse


Round 7

210 * Dallas - Eddie Mac - Everette Pedescleaux, DE, Northern Iowa
211 St Louis - ALF - Frank Summers, RB, UNLV
212 Kansas City - Broncobuff - Reggie Walker, ILB, Kansas State
213 Seattle - Socalorado - Gartrell Johnson, RB, Colorado State
214 * Miami - Kaylore - Ashlee Palmer LB Ole Miss
215 Cincinnati - Magichef - Anthony Hill, TE, North Carolina St
216 Oakland - Rugbythug - Emanuel Cook, S, South Carolina
217 * Tampa Bay - Northman - Tom Brandstater, QB, Fresno State
218 Green Bay - sirhcyennek -
219 San Francisco - Expatfan - [B]Bernard Scott, RB, Abilene Christian
220 Buffalo - Rovolution - Morty Ivy, LB, West Virginia
221 * Minnesota - Jebures - Brandon Long, DE/OLB, Michigan St.
222 New Orleans - Worm - C.J. Spillman, FS, Marshall
223 Houston - Hawk's Boys - George Hypolite, DT, Colorado
224 San Diego - brncs fan - Aaron Brown, RB, TCU
225 Denver - JCMElway - Kevin Ogletree, WR, Virginia
226 * Pittsburgh - Skpac - Antonio Appleby, LB, Virginia
227 Dallas - Eddie Mac - Glenn Coffee RB Alabama
228 NY Jets - Requiem - Darryl Richard DE/DT Georgia Tech
229 * Tampa Bay - Northman - Antonio Dixon, DT, Miami
230 Philadelphia - Oskie - Victor Butler, OLB, Oregon St.
231 Minnesota - Jebures - JeRon Harris, RB, South Dakota St
232 * Jacksonville - Arkie - Joe Burnett CB Central Florida
233 * Tampa Bay - Comm - Brandon Williams, DE, Texas Tech
234 New England - Rohirrim - Tiquan Underwood, WR/STs, Rutgers
235 * Denver - JCMElway - Vaughn Martin, DT, Western Ontario
236 Indianapolis - dekers -
237 * Miami - Kaylore - Jaison Williams, WR, Oregon
238 NY Giants - Ludo -
239 Tennessee - Lycan -
240 Arizona - theRev -
241 Pittsburgh - Skpac -
242 C Tennessee - Lycan -
243 C Washington - randomtask -
244 C San Francisco - Expatfan -
245 C Seattle - Socalorado -
246 C Chicago - Killericon -
247 C Seattle - Socalorado -
248 C Seattle - Socalorado -
249 C Cincinnati - Magichef -
250 C Jacksonville - Arkie - Wopami Osaisai CB Stanford
251 C Chicago - Killericon -
252 C Cincinnati - Magichef -
253 C Jacksonville - Arkie -
254 C Arizona - theRev -
255 C DetroitFlorida Bronco -
256 C Kansas City - Broncobuff -
__________________

Alpha list:
Appleby, Antonio
Allen, Asher
Allen Roger
Ayers, Robert
Baker, Chris
Barden, Ramses
Barnes, Kevin
Barwin, Connor
Beatty, William
Beckum, Travis
Beckwith, Darry
Brace, Ron
Binkley, Jasper
Bomar, Rhett
Brandstater, Tom
Brewster, Robert
Britt, Kenny
Britton, Eben
Brown, Aaron
Brown, Andre
Brown, Cody
Brown, Donald
Brown, Everette
Bruton, David
Butler, Darius
Butler, Deon
Byrd, Demetrius
Byrd, Jarius
Cadogan, Gerald
Caldwell, Antoine
Cambell, Ian
Canfield, Trevor
Casey, James
Casillas, Jonathan
Chung, Patrick
Clemons, Chris
Coffee, Glen
Coffman, Chase
Collie, Austin
Cook, Emanuel
Cook, Jared
Cosby, Quan
Crabtree, Michael
Curry, Aaron
Cushing, Brian
Davis, James
Davis, Rulan
Davis, Vontae
Davis, Will
Delmas, Louis
Dillard, Jarret
Egboh, Pannel
Ellerbee, Daniel
English, Larry
Feinga, Ray
Fiammetta, Tony
Fletcher, Bradley
Follett, Zach
Foster, Adrian
Foster, Brooks
Francies, Coye
Francois, Robert
Freeman, Josh
Freeman, Marcus
Fulton, Xavier
Gibson, Brandon
Gilbert, Jarron
Goodson, Mike
Green, Courtney
Green, Shonn
Green, Tyronne
Hamlin, Michael
Harris, Nic
Harris, Victor
Harvin, Percy
Heartline, Andrew
Heyward-Bey, Darrius
Hill, Anthony
Hill, Sammie Lee
Holtzclaw, Daniel
Hood, Evander
Hypolite, George
Iglesias, Juaquin
Ingram, Cornelius
Irvin, Corey
Ivy, Morty
Jackson, Tyson
Jean-Francois, Ricky
Jenkins, Malcolm
Jennings, Rashad
Jerry, Piera
Joesph, Frantz
Johnson, Herman
Johnson, Dominique
Johnson, Gartrell
Johnson, Ian
Johnson, Jeremiah
Johnson, Michael
Johnson, Quinn
Johnson, Rashad
Kelly, Aaron
King, Mitch
Knighton, Terrance
Knox, Johnny
Kropog, Tony
Kruger, Paul
Lang, TJ
Laurinitis, James
Levitre, Andy
Levy, Deandre
Lewis, Cornelius
Lewis, Keenan
Loadholt, Phil
Long, Brandon
Lugis, Johnathan
Mack, Alex
Maclin, Jeremy
Magee, Alex
Maiava, Kaluka
Marks, Sen'Derrick
Martin, Sherrod
Massaquoi, Mohammed
Maualuga, Rey
Mauga, Josh
Maybin, Aaron
McBath, Darcel
McCoy, LeSean
McCourty, Jason
McDonald, Clinton
McGee, Steven
McKenzie, Tyrone
McKillop, Scott
McRath, Gerald
Melton, Henry
Meredith, Jamon
Mickens, Mike
Miller, Roy
Mitchell, Marko
Moala, Fili
Morrah, Cameron
Monroe, Eugene
Moore, DJ
Moore, Kyle
Moore, William
Moreno, Knowshon
Munnerlyn, Captain
Murphy, Louis
Murtha, Lydon
Nelson, Shawn
Nicks, Hakeem
Ogletree, Kevin
Oher, Michael
Orakpo, Brian
Palmer, Ashlee
Parker, Anthony
Pedescleaux, Everette
Peerman, Cedric
Pegues, Derek
Peria, Jerry
Pettigrew, Brandon
Phillips, John
Potter, Zach
Powers, Jerraud
Pryor, Myron
Quinn, Richard
Raji, BJ
Reed, Nick
Reynolds, Garrett
Riley, Eron
Ringer, Javon
Robinson, Duke
Robinson, Lee
Robiske, Brian
Sanchez, Mark
Scott, Bernard
Scott, Dorrel
Shaughnessy, Matt
Sheets, Kory
Shipley, AQ
Sidbury. Lawrence
Sintim, Clint
Smith, Alphonso
Smith, Andre
Smith, Jason
Smith, Sean
Spillman, CJ
Stafford, Matt
Stroughter, Sammie
Sulak, Stryker
Summers, Frank
Tate, Brandon
Taylor, Curtis
Taylor, Terrance
Thomas, Mike
Topou, Fenuki
Trent, Morgan
Ubrik, Craig
Unger, Max
Vasquez, Louis
Vaughn, Chip
Veikune, David
Visser, Jake
Vollmer, Sebastian
Walker, Reggie
Walker, Vance
Wallace, Mike
Washington, Donald
Watkins, Jason
Williams, Brandon
Williams, Jason
Williams, Derrick
Williams, Edwin
Williams, Javarris
Williams, Worrell
Wells, Chris
White, Pat
Woods, Eric

Rohirrim
04-23-2009, 09:55 AM
Pats take Tiquan Underwood.

Kaylore
04-23-2009, 10:57 AM
Pats take Tiquan Underwood.

Please wait until you're on the clock.

Rohirrim
04-23-2009, 10:59 AM
Please wait until you're on the clock.

JCM just sent me a PM that said I was on the clock and the board was open to fill. ???

Kaylore
04-23-2009, 11:01 AM
JCM just sent me a PM that said I was on the clock and the board was open to fill. ???

Wrong draft. Read the PM again. Ours starts tomorrow at 6:00 PM MT.

And Brncs_fan's time has lapsed. JCMElway is on the clock.

Rohirrim
04-23-2009, 11:05 AM
Wrong draft. Read the PM again. Ours starts tomorrow at 6:00 PM MT.

And Brncs_fan's time has lapsed. JCMElway is on the clock.

Nevermind. ;D

JCMElway
04-23-2009, 02:15 PM
With their first selection in the 7th round the Broncos select:

Kevin Ogletre, WR, Virginia
Height: 6-1. Weight: 196.
Projected 40 Time: 4.47.
Combine 40 Time: 4.45.
Vertical: . Broad: 10-2.
Projected Round (2009): 4-5.

Really helped himself with a great combine. He clocked an unofficial 4.37. Too bad the guy in charge of the official times was on LSD.

Good size and bulk...Great timed speed...Smooth and a terrific route runner...Excellent hands...Good body control and ball skills...Great leaper...Gets off the line well...Nice instincts and awareness...Very smart...Mature...Tough...Has a strong work ethic...Decent production.

skpac1001
04-23-2009, 04:14 PM
The Steelers select Antonio Appleby, LB, Virginia

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Ht: 6-3 Wt: 251 40-Yard: 4.71 Year: Sr.

Scouting Report: Appleby has been a terrific linebacker at Virginia, yet he is overshadowed by the many headliners in the program. He offers definite possibilities at the next level, and it would not at all be a surprise if Appleby develops into a starter on the inside of a 3-4 defense.

eddie mac
04-23-2009, 05:43 PM
With pick 7-227 The Dallas Cowboys select

Glenn Coffee RB Alabama

http://blog.al.com/spotnews/2008/11/large_Glenn%20Coffee%20on%20run%20in%20first%20hal f%20Iron%20Bowl.jpg

Overview
Much like former Crimson Tide great Shaun Alexander, Coffee is a running back with a perfect mix of size and speed. He is not only effective between the tackles, but also showed with his long-distance runs in 2008 that he is perfectly capable of turning the corner and racing to the end zone.



A backup most of his career, Coffee made the most of his first opportunity to start during his junior campaign. His 1,383 rushing yards tied Alexander for the second-best season total in school history. He also showed good "pedigree" off the field, as he shared the 2008 Derrick Thomas Community Service Award with linebacker Cory Reamer, an honor awarded at the conclusion of spring practice.



The Fort Walton Beach High School graduate led his prep squad to the District 2-4A title and an appearance in the regional championship game as a senior. He rushed for 1,886 yards that season, adding 350 yards receiving while amassing a total of 29 touchdowns. As a junior, he scored seven times and generated 850 yards on 132 carries, as he also caught 18 balls for 275 yards and four more scores.



Coffee enrolled at Alabama in 2005 and saw considerable action in 12 games as a reserve. He rushed 48 times for 179 yards (3.7 avg.) and caught eight passes for 91 yards (11.4 avg.), including a touchdown. He added 25 yards on two kickoff returns, finishing his first year in a Tide uniform with 295 all-purpose yards.



Looking to claim the starting tailback position in 2006, Coffee spent the season in rehabilitation rather than on the football field. He missed spring drills with an ankle injury and also underwent hernia surgery. During August camp, he suffered right knee ligament damage and a bone bruise. Even though he did not require surgery, the staff decided that with the depth the Tide had in the running unit, that it was best that Coffee be granted a medical hardship.



Coffee started three of the nine games he appeared in during the 2007 campaign. He was suspended for four midseason games as part of the university-wide textbook scandal, but still finished second on the team with 545 yards and four touchdowns on 129 rushing attempts (4.2 avg.). He snatched 18 passes for 142 yards (7.9 avg.), made a pair of tackles and produced 687 all-purpose yards.



As a senior, Coffee earned All-Southeastern Conference first-team honors. Despite a late-season hip bruise, he finished second on the school season-record list with 1,383 yards on 233 carries (5.9 avg.), finding the end zone 10 times. He also gained 118 yards with a score on 16 receptions and delivered two tackles. His yards per rushing attempt average of 5.94 yards also rank second on the Tide's annual record chart.

Analysis
Positives: Well-built athlete. A bit of a slasher. Sees the hole and shows surprising burst to it, considering his height. Can make defenders miss in the open field, but seems to prefer physically taking them on at times. Lowers his shoulder into the defender and looks to intimidate. Runs with a chip on his shoulder. Good acceleration through the second level of the defense and into the open field. At least adequate straight-line speed. Good vision at the second level for the cutback. Experienced receiver out of the backfield. Good upper-body strength and effort as a pass blocker. Has been a weight room monster since high school. Has matured during his college career, and is now a faith-driven leader and sought-after speaker in the community.



Negatives: Has a bit of an odd build for a running back. Thin hips, and though well built he lacks the bulk in his core and lower body that scouts prefer for a power runner. Runs a bit upright, which just adds to the concern regarding his build and power-running. Likes to run over defenders, but too often goes down on contact. Suspended for four games in 2007 as part of an Alabama textbook scandal. Redshirted 2006 with a knee injury.

Dallas Cowboys picks

51 Patrick Chung, S, Oregon
69 Louis Murphy, WR, Florida
101 Sherrod Martin, CB/S Troy
117 Sammie Lee Hill, NT, Stillman
156 Frantz Joseph, ILB, Florida Atlantic
166 Brandon Tate, WR/KR UNC
172 Stephen McGee, QB Texas A&M
197 Zach Potter, DE Nebraska
208 Cornelius Lewis OT/OG Tennessee State
210 Everette Pedescleaux DE Northern Iowa
227 Glen Coffee RB Alabama


Selection made at 8-42pm ET, Req and the NY Jets are OTC

brncs_fan
04-23-2009, 07:25 PM
Chargers take:

Aaron Brown, RB, TCU

Kaylore
04-23-2009, 07:42 PM
*****Announcement*****

At 6:00 PM FRIDAY MT, the draft will hit free-for-all mode and every GM that hasn't chosen yet will be on the clock at the same time. Here are the rules.


First post, first serve. You put your pick up before someone else, you get to keep them regardless of where you actually select.
If someone picks before you, you must pick a different player.
No cheating with the edit button. If your edit shows later than someone's pick, you must pick again.
Many of you will have multiple picks left. This means you'll obviously have to select for each of your picks. You may do so in one post provided you follow the steps above.

Rohirrim
04-23-2009, 07:48 PM
Pats take Tiquan Underwood. ;D

Kaylore
04-23-2009, 07:49 PM
Pats take Tiquan Underwood. ;D

OK, you need to die.:chairhit: :chairhit:

JCMElway
04-23-2009, 10:11 PM
Kaylore, do the Pats have Underwood, or are we going with Antonio Dixon?

Roh, that's pretty damn funny.

If Roh's pick is not serious, the Bucs select Antonio Dixon, DT, Miami.

Kaylore
04-23-2009, 10:55 PM
Kaylore, do the Pats have Underwood, or are we going with Antonio Dixon?

Roh, that's pretty damn funny.

If Roh's pick is not serious, the Bucs select Antonio Dixon, DT, Miami.

No, Roh is being funny. That pick never happened.

JCMElway
04-23-2009, 10:59 PM
Then Antonio Dixon it is!

eddie mac
04-24-2009, 02:19 AM
New York Jets missed selections.

6-193 John Parker-Wilson QB Alabama

7-228 Darryl Richard DE/DT Georgia Tech

http://photos.al.com/photos/alphotos/b49221f3cc7b49bb1800ba41bf042bd9.jpg

http://www.playatgatech.com/UserFiles/Copy%20of%20RichardD_101808_14_JP.JPG

Kaylore
04-24-2009, 07:39 AM
OSKIE's time has lapsed. Jebures is on the clock.

jebures
04-24-2009, 07:55 AM
JeRon Harris 6'1 195 4.35 South Dakota St.

Broncoman13
04-24-2009, 11:23 AM
The Eagles Select Victor Butler, OLB, Oregon St.

Kaylore
04-24-2009, 02:09 PM
Arkie's time has lapsed. Rihirrim is on the clock as is anyone who wants to pick for the Bucs.

Rohirrim
04-24-2009, 02:31 PM
Damn. I have no idea who to pick.

Rohirrim
04-24-2009, 03:31 PM
For the Pats final pick, they select:

http://www.scavengeinc.com/images/coquette/female-football-player.jpg

Tiquan Underwood, WR/STs, 6'2", 185, Rutgers

Analysis
Positives: Good height for the position. Has enough straight-line speed to make plays deep down the seam. Uses his long arms to block defensive backs in space for a short time. Reliable hands and able to make a move after the catch. Good vision as a runner. Has experience returning kickoffs, should get a chance there. Special teams gunner who works hard to keep punts out of the end zone.

Negatives: Very wiry build. Long strider who lacks suddenness. Does not get off the line very quickly and lacks the strength to get off a jam outside. Likely best as a number three or four receiver out of the slot. Better when facing the quarterback than trying to track the ball over his shoulder. Hustles to get to his target in the run game, but can gets destroyed due to his lack of upper body strength. Seems reluctant to go over the middle, looks to get hit before the ball gets there although he usually makes the catch.

Kaylore
04-24-2009, 04:31 PM
JCMElway has given me his pick. The Broncos select
Vaughn Martin, DT, Western Ontario

Dekers and the Colts are on the clock. HURRY DEKERS! I WANT MY PICK IN!!!!

Kaylore
04-24-2009, 05:04 PM
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Kaylore
04-24-2009, 05:06 PM
Dolphins take Jaison Williams.

GoHAM
04-24-2009, 06:50 PM
Tampa Bay picks Brandon Williams, DE, Texas Tech

He's listed as already being selected in the alphabetical list of players taken, but I don't see him listed anywhere in the round by round selections.

Arkie
04-24-2009, 07:07 PM
Jacksonville selects a couple of cornerbacks with their two comp picks...

Joe Burnett CB Central Florida
5'9", 192

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Wopami Osaisai CB Stanford
5'10", 197

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BowlenBall
04-25-2009, 01:04 AM
With pick 7-244 in the OM Mock Draft II, the San Francisco 49ers select:

OT Andrew Gardner, Georgia Tech

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"You're goin' nowhere...."

Overview
Gardner earned his second consecutive first-team All-ACC recognition in 2008 despite missing the final four games following surgery on a torn labrum in his right shoulder. He had played through the injury most of the fall, which was no surprise given his streak of 48 consecutive starts up to that point. Although not particularly special in any one area, Gardner's sturdiness and dependability up front is not overlooked by NFL teams.

Analysis
Strengths: Good height with adequate build on the edge. Plays strong, attacking his opponent through the whistle in pass protection by punching and continually extending his arms to keep his man outside the pocket. Keeps his feet moving, which keeps him locked on his man. Will go through the whistle on his man when necessary. Good movement to the linebackers, giving good effort to get his hands on quicker defenders in space. Effectively uses angles to direct speedy defenders around the play. Gets low on cut blocks, which he did quite often in Tech's option attack as a senior. Steady player, hard worker.

Weaknesses: Not the elite athlete most teams want at left tackle. NFL speed rushers may give him problems due to his average lateral movement and tendency to overextend or miss his punch. Inconsistent initial quickness off the ball. Needs to prove strong enough to play inside or on the other side of the line. Does not recover quickly or retain his balance after the initial hit while cut blocking, and sometimes whiffs on the cut itself. Struggles to sustain in space because he overextends and lacks recovery speed.

2007 Season
Started every game at tackle earned first team All-ACC honors earned the first ACC Offensive Lineman of the Week after Tech's O-line completely dominated Notre Dame in the season opener (Sept. 1) the Yellow Jackets rushed for 259 yards, including 196 by Tashard Choice against the Irish graded out very well almost every week by then line coach Joe D'Alessandris was instrumental in keeping Tech quarterbacks from getting sacked during a three-game stretch against Clemson, Maryland and Miami.

2006 Season
Started every game at left tackle and earned honorable mention all-ACC recognition . . . Helps the Jackets rank second in the ACC in rushing and blocked for the league's leading rusher, Tashard Choice, who gained nearly 1,500 yards . . . Preseason second-team all-ACC selection by Lindy's, Athlon and The Sporting News, which also rated him the No. 17 offensive tackle in the nation.

2005 Season
Started every game at left tackle and was named a first-team Freshman All-America by the Football Writers' Association of America . . . Named to the Freshman All-ACC team by The Sporting News . . . Also tabbed an honorable mention Freshman All-America by TSN . . . Helped Tech lead the ACC in fewest sacks allowed with just 10 and rank third in the league in rushing.

2004 Season
Redshirted.

High School
Honorable mention all-state selection (Class AAAA) and first-team all-area (Fayette/Coweta Counties) by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution . . . Ranked among the Top 100 in Georgia by TheInsiders.com . . . Top lineman for an offense that produced more than 4,000 yards . . . An all-county selection as a junior . . . Wendy's High School Heisman nominee for Sandy Creek High, where he lettered three years for coach Rodney Walker . . . Also an all-county basketball player who once grabbed 19 rebounds in a game.

Personal
Full name is Andrew James Gardner . . . Born April 4, 1986 . . . Parents are Jim and Christine Gardner . . . Majoring in management.

Everyone else is now on the clock....

Lycan
04-25-2009, 03:19 AM
With their last two picks the Tennessee Titans select:

Quinton Lawrence, WR, McNeese St.

And Patrick Turner, WR, USC,

The Titans figure they will throw some darts and hope one of them sticks at the WR position.

ludo21
04-25-2009, 08:28 AM
The Giants Select

Marlon Favorite, DT LSU

BroncoBuff
04-25-2009, 06:18 PM
With the 256th and FINAL PICK of the OrangeMane Mock Draft II .... the kanzis sch!tty chefs select:

George Hypolite
DT/DE - Colorado
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Three-year starter in Boulder ... earned All-Big XII honors in each
of those three seasons ... 290 pound DT with cat-quickness and
penetration skills that netted him 13 1/2 career sacks ... his skills
set projects him as a DE in the chefs new 3-4 defense. Graduated
with double major in just three years ... super high character, Scott
Pioli type player is like a coach on the field ... won Dean Jacob Award
for academic excellence, Robinson Award for community service,
and "Best Interview" from the beat media. Great lockerroom guy who
will do whatever he can to contribute.

Florida_Bronco
04-26-2009, 01:26 PM
With their last pick in the draft, the Lions select Darius Passmore WR Marshall