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Kaylore
02-14-2009, 03:33 PM
Here are the Teams for the second Mock draft. I will update this thread with the draft order once I learn what it is. And thank you all for signing up so that some of us weren't left out.

Arizona Cardinals - TheReverend
Atlanta Falcons - Drek
Baltimore Ravens - Houshyamama
Buffalo Bills - rovolution
Carolina Panthers - GoWyo
Chicago Bears - Schism
Cincinnati Bengals - MagicHef
Cleveland Browns - Boss Man
Dallas Cowboys - Conklin
Denver Broncos - JCMElway
Detroit Lions - Florida Bronco
Green Bay Packers - sirhcyennek81
Houston Texans - Hawk's boys
Indianapolis Colts - dekers
Jacksonville Jaguars - Arkie
Kansas City Chiefs - BroncoBuff
Miami Dolphins - Kaylore
Minnesota Vikings - jebures
New England Patriots - Rohirrim
New Orleans Saints - Worm
New York Giants - BFDD
New York Jets - Requiem and EddieMac
Oakland Raiders - Rugybythug
Philadelphia Eagles - Oskie!!
Pittsburgh Steelers - skpac1001
San Diego Chargers - brncs_fan
San Francisco 49ers - SoCalBronco (tentative)
Seattle Seahawks - SoCalorado
St. Louis Rams - A.L.F.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Northman
Tennessee Titans - Lycan
Washington Redskins - randomtask[/QUOTE]

Kaylore
02-14-2009, 03:35 PM
Official Draft Order (This list will change right up until the draft.)

Round 1

1 1-1 Lions - Florida Bronco
2 1-2 Rams - A.L.F
3 1-3 Chiefs - BroncoBuff
4 1-4 Seahawks - SoCalorado
5 1-5 Browns - Boss Man
6 1-6 Bengals - MagicHef
7 1-7 Raiders - Rugybythug
8 1-8 Jaguars - Arkie
9 1-9 Packers - sirhcyennek81
10 1-10 49ers - SoCalBronco
11 1-11 Bills - rovolution
12 1-12 Broncos - JCMElway
13 1-13 Redskins - randomtask
14 1-14 Saints - Worm
15 1-15 Texans - Hawk's boys
16 1-16 Chargers - brncs_fan
17 1-17 Jets - ludo21 and EddieMac
18 1-18 Bears - Schism
19 1-19 Buccaneers - Northman
20 1-20 Lions (From Cowboys) - Florida Bronco
22 1-22 Eagles - Oskie!!
23 1-23 Vikings - jebures
24 1-24 Patriots - Rohirrim
25 1-25 Falcons - Drek
26 1-26 Dolphins - Kaylore
27 1-27 Ravens - Houshyamama
29 1-29 Colts - dekers
28 1-28 Eagles (from Panthers) - Oskie!!
30 1-30 Giants - BFDD
32 1-32 Titans - Lycan
21 1-21 Cardinals - TheReverend
31 1-31 Steelers - skpac1001

Round 2

33 2-1 Lions
34 2-2 Chiefs
35 2-3 Rams
36 2-4 Browns
37 2-5 Seahawks
38 2-6 Bengals
39 2-7 Jaguars
40 2-8 Raiders
41 2-9 Packers
42 2-10 Bills
43 2-11 49ers
44 2-12 Dolphins (from Redskins)
45 2-13 Jets (From Saints)
46 2-14 Texans
47 2-15 Patriots (From Chargers)
48 2-16 Broncos
49 2-17 Bears
50 2-18 Buccaneers
51 2-19 Cowboys - Conklin
53 2-21 Jets
54 2-22 Eagles
55 2-23 Vikings
56 2-24 Falcons
57 2-25 Dolphins
58 2-26 Ravens
59 2-27 Patriots
63 2-31 Panthers - GoWyo
61 2-29 Giants
60 2-28 Colts
64 2-32 Titans
52 2-20 Cardinals
62 2-30 Steelers

Round 3

65 3-1 Lions
66 3-2 Rams
67 3-3 Chiefs
68 3-4 Seahawks
69 3-5 Cowboys (From Browns)
70 3-6 Bengals
71 3-7 Raiders
72 3-8 Jaguars
73 3-9 Packers
74 3-10 49ers
75 3-11 Bills
76 3-12 Jets (From Saints)
77 3-13 Texans
78 3-14 Chargers
79 3-15 Broncos
80 3-16 Redskins
81 3-17 Buccaneers
82 3-18 Lions (From Cowboys)
84 3-20 Packers (From Jets)
85 3-21 Bears
86 3-22 Eagles
87 3-23 Vikings
88 3-24 Dolphins
89 3-25 Ravens
90 3-26 Patriots
91 3-27 Falcons
92 3-28 Giants
95 3-31 Colts
94 3-30 Panthers
96 3-32 Titans
83 3-19 Cardinals
93 3-29 Steelers

Round 4

97 4-1 Cowboys (From Lions)
98 4-2 Chiefs
99 4-3 Rams
100 4-4 Browns
101 4-5 Broncos (From Seahawks)
102 4-6 Bengals
103 4-7 Jaguars
104 4-8 Raiders
105 4-9 Packers
106 4-10 Bills
107 4-11 49ers
108 4-12 Texans
109 4-13 Chargers
110 4-14 Broncos
111 4-15 Jets (From Redskins)
112 4-16 Saints
113 4-17 Cowboys
115 4-19 Saints (From Jets)
116 4-20 Bears
117 4-21 Buccaneers
118 4-22 Eagles
119 4-23 Vikings
120 4-24 Ravens
121 4-25 Patriots
122 4-26 Falcons
123 4-27 Dolphins
126 4-30 Colts
125 4-29 Panthers
127 4-31 Giants
128 4-32 Titans
114 4-18 Cardinals
124 4-28 Steelers

Round 5

129 5-1 Lions
130 5-2 Rams
131 5-3 Chiefs
132 5-4 Broncos (From Seahawks)
133 5-5 Eagles (From Browns)
134 5-6 Bengals
135 5-7 Falcons (From Raiders)
136 5-8 Jaguars
137 5-9 Packers
138 5-10 49ers
139 5-11 Bills
140 5-12 Chargers
141 5-13 Broncos
142 5-14 Redskins
143 5-15 Giants (From Saints)
144 5-16 Texans
146 5-18 Jets
147 5-19 Bears
148 5-20 Buccaneers
149 5-21 Cowboys
150 5-22 Eagles
151 5-23 Vikings
152 5-24 Patriots
153 5-25 Falcons
154 5-26 Dolphins
155 5-27 Ravens
157 5-29 Colts
156 5-28 Panthers
158 5-30 Giants
160 5-32 Cowboys (From Titans)
145 5-17 Cardinals
159 5-31 Steelers

Round 6

161 6-1 Lions
162 6-2 Chiefs
163 6-3 Rams
164 6-4 Browns
165 6-5 Seahawks
166 6-6 Bengals
167 6-7 Jaguars
168 6-8 Raiders
169 6-9 Packers
170 6-10 Bills
171 6-11 49ers
172 6-12 Broncos
173 6-13 Redskins
174 6-14 Packers (From Saints)
175 6-15 Texans
176 6-16 Chargers
177 6-17 Jets
178 6-18 Bears
179 6-19 Bears (From Buccaneers)
180 6-20 Lions
182 6-22 Eagles
183 6-23 Eagles (From Vikings)
184 6-24 Falcons
185 6-25 Cowboys (from Dolphins)
186 6-26 Ravens
187 6-27 Patriots
191 6-31 Panthers
189 6-29 Giants
188 6-28 Colts
192 6-32 Titans
181 6-21 Cardinals
190 6-30 Steelers

Round 7

193 7-1 Cowboys (From Lions)
194 7-2 Rams
195 7-3 Buccaneers (From Chiefs)
196 7-4 Seahawks
197 7-5 Browns
198 7-6 Bengals
199 7-7 Raiders
200 7-8 Buccaneers (From Jaguars)
201 7-9 Packers
202 7-10 49ers
203 7-11 Bills
204 7-12 Vikings (From Redskins)
205 7-13 Saints
206 7-14 Texans
207 7-15 Chargers
208 7-16 Broncos
209 7-17 Bears
210 7-18 Steelers (From Buccaneers)
211 7-19 Cowboys
213 7-21 Jets
214 7-22 Eagles
215 7-23 Vikings
216 7-24 Dolphins
217 7-25 Ravens
218 7-26 Patriots
219 7-27 Broncos (From Falcons)
220 7-28 Giants
223 7-31 Colts
222 7-30 Panthers
224 7-32 Titans
212 7-20 Cardinals
221 7-29 Steelers

Kaylore
02-14-2009, 03:35 PM
-Announcements page-

02/11/2009 - We will announce the draft order, draft time and details once A.L.F. and I have collaborated with the other mock draft and sorted through things. Rules will be posted shortly.

****02/11/2009**** - We the commissioners have agreed to the following rules during the draft:

1. You have 24 hours in the first round to make your selection or to trade the pick. Second round and on, you have 12 hours to make your pick and/or trade. If you fail to make a pick in your allotted time, the next GM is allowed to pick. You may make your pick any time after that, but cannot select players that other GM's were able to take before you, even if you were "supposed to go before them."

2. When you make your pick, you have to make the selection and the time you made the selection (because the time code on the Mane is broken). For example: "The Broncos select RB Mendenhall with the 12th overall pick. Mendenhall is selected at 12:43 Mountain Time. The Panthers are next on the clock." Of course a picture and scout evaluation of the player is always good to have included in your selection post.

3. If you happen to come to a trade, you must notify one of the Commissioners, A.L.F. or myself, of such a trade. That way we can update the draft order accordingly.

02/11/2009 - Please only use this thread to discuss the draft in a general sense. If you need to wheel n' deal, please use or create other threads.

02/14/2009 - We have started a new thread because the old one wasn't allowing edits for some reason.

brncs_fan
02-14-2009, 03:39 PM
Is there a way you can get mod powers in the draft forum only so you can edit posts and the like while you are admin of the draft?

Kaylore
02-17-2009, 12:45 PM
I can't edit this thread again. Can I get a mod to help me so I can edit this thread?

eddie mac
02-17-2009, 03:55 PM
I can't edit this thread again. Can I get a mod to help me so I can edit this thread?

You can no longer edit posts after 24 hrs.

Kaylore
02-18-2009, 09:44 AM
Well we have one more spot open. SoCal cannot participate in the draft this year so anyone who wants SanFran speak up.

****Announcement****
The OM Mock Draft II will begin one day after the first Mock Draft starts.

BowlenBall
02-18-2009, 10:22 AM
I'll draft for San Francisco if nobody else has claimed it first....

Kaylore
02-18-2009, 01:23 PM
I am also offering my Miami spot so I can focus on running the draft exclusively. Anyone who still wants to play can have that one as well.

Kaylore
02-23-2009, 09:28 AM
****Updated list****

Arizona Cardinals - TheReverend
Atlanta Falcons - Drek
Baltimore Ravens - Houshyamama
Buffalo Bills - rovolution
Carolina Panthers - GoWyo
Chicago Bears - Schism
Cincinnati Bengals - MagicHef
Cleveland Browns - Boss Man
Dallas Cowboys - Conklin
Denver Broncos - JCMElway
Detroit Lions - Florida Bronco
Green Bay Packers - sirhcyennek81
Houston Texans - Hawk's boys
Indianapolis Colts - dekers
Jacksonville Jaguars - Arkie
Kansas City Chiefs - BroncoBuff
Miami Dolphins - Kaylore
Minnesota Vikings - jebures
New England Patriots - Rohirrim
New Orleans Saints - Worm
New York Giants - BFDD
New York Jets - Requiem and EddieMac
Oakland Raiders - Rugybythug
Philadelphia Eagles - Oskie!!
Pittsburgh Steelers - skpac1001
San Diego Chargers - brncs_fan
San Francisco 49ers - ExPatFan
Seattle Seahawks - SoCalorado
St. Louis Rams - A.L.F.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Northman
Tennessee Titans - Lycan
Washington Redskins - randomtask

Kaylore
02-24-2009, 09:32 AM
****Announcement****

We will use this thread to make our picks.

socalorado
02-24-2009, 09:50 AM
101 4-5 Broncos (From Seahawks)

Whats this all about? I know SEA traded the 5th to DEN, but did SEA trade this 4th too?

Kaylore
02-24-2009, 10:41 AM
101 4-5 Broncos (From Seahawks)

Whats this all about? I know SEA traded the 5th to DEN, but did SEA trade this 4th too?

There will be some "cleaning up" of the draft picks. I'll have a repost of the official one by tomorrow. The site that gave us listed every pick that could be traded in every scenario. Many of these are one or the other. We'll have it sorted out by tomorrow evening.

Remember we're starting ours one day after the OM I mock draft.

eddie mac
02-24-2009, 04:35 PM
I am also offering my Miami spot so I can focus on running the draft exclusively. Anyone who still wants to play can have that one as well.


I'll take your Phin spot if it's up for grabs.

Kaylore
02-25-2009, 05:18 PM
****Final Draft Order****
This is the official draft order we will be using. There are a few changes, so please take a look.

Round 1

1 1-1 Lions - Florida Bronco
2 1-2 Rams - A.L.F
3 1-3 Chiefs - BroncoBuff
4 1-4 Seahawks - SoCalorado
5 1-5 Browns - Boss Man
6 1-6 Bengals - MagicHef
7 1-7 Raiders - Rugybythug
8 1-8 Jaguars - Arkie
9 1-9 Packers - sirhcyennek81
10 1-10 49ers - ExPatFan
11 1-11 Bills - rovolution
12 1-12 Broncos - JCMElway
13 1-13 Redskins - randomtask
14 1-14 Saints - Worm
15 1-15 Texans - Hawk's boys
16 1-16 Chargers - brncs_fan
17 1-17 Jets - ludo21 and EddieMac
18 1-18 Bears - Schism
19 1-19 Buccaneers - Northman
20 1-20 Lions (From Cowboys) - Florida Bronco
21 1-22 Eagles - Oskie!!
22 1-23 Vikings - jebures
23 1-24 Patriots - Rohirrim
24 1-25 Falcons - Drek
25 1-26 Dolphins - Kaylore
26 1-27 Ravens - Houshyamama
27 1-29 Colts - dekers
28 1-28 Eagles (from Panthers) - Oskie!!
29 1-30 Giants - BFDD
30 1-32 Titans - Lycan
31 1-21 Cardinals - TheReverend
32 1-31 Steelers - skpac1001

Round 2

33 2-1 Lions
34 2-2 Chiefs
35 2-3 Rams
36 2-4 Browns
37 2-5 Seahawks
38 2-6 Bengals
39 2-7 Jaguars
40 2-8 Raiders
41 2-9 Packers
42 2-10 Bills
43 2-11 49ers
44 2-12 Dolphins (from Redskins)
45 2-13 Giants (From Saints)
46 2-14 Texans
47 2-15 Patriots (From Chargers)
48 2-16 Broncos
49 2-17 Bears
50 2-18 Buccaneers
51 2-19 Cowboys - Conklin
52 2-21 Jets
53 2-22 Eagles
54 2-23 Vikings
55 2-24 Falcons
56 2-25 Dolphins
57 2-26 Ravens
58 2-27 Patriots
59 2-31 Panthers - GoWyo
60 2-29 Giants
61 2-28 Colts
62 2-32 Titans
63 2-20 Cardinals
64 2-30 Steelers

Round 3

65 3-1 Lions
66 3-2 Rams
67 3-3 Chiefs
68 3-4 Seahawks
69 3-5 Cowboys (From Browns)
70 3-6 Bengals
71 3-7 Raiders
72 3-8 Jaguars
73 3-9 Packers
74 3-10 49ers
75 3-11 Bills
76 3-12 Jets (From Saints)
77 3-13 Texans
78 3-14 Chargers
79 3-15 Broncos
80 3-16 Redskins
81 3-17 Buccaneers
82 3-18 Lions (From Cowboys)
83 3-20 Packers (From Jets)
84 3-21 Bears
85 3-22 Eagles
86 3-23 Vikings
87 3-24 Dolphins
88 3-25 Ravens
89 3-26 Patriots
90 3-27 Falcons
91 3-28 Giants
92 3-31 Colts
93 3-30 Panthers
94 3-32 Titans
95 3-19 Cardinals
96 3-29 Steelers

Round 4

97 4-1 Cowboys (From Lions)
98 4-2 Chiefs
99 4-3 Rams
100 4-4 Browns
101 4-5 Seahawks
102 4-6 Bengals
103 4-7 Jaguars
104 4-8 Raiders
105 4-9 Packers
106 4-10 Bills
107 4-11 49ers
108 4-12 Texans
109 4-13 Chargers
110 4-14 Broncos
111 4-15 Jets (From Redskins)
112 4-16 Saints
113 4-17 Cowboys
114 4-19 Saints (From Jets)
115 4-20 Bears
116 4-21 Buccaneers
117 4-22 Eagles
118 4-23 Vikings
119 4-24 Ravens
120 4-25 Patriots
121 4-26 Falcons
122 4-27 Dolphins
123 4-30 Colts
124 4-29 Panthers
125 4-31 Giants
126 4-32 Titans
127 4-18 Cardinals
128 4-28 Steelers

Round 5

129 5-1 Lions
130 5-2 Rams
131 5-3 Chiefs
132 5-4 Broncos (From Seahawks)
133 5-5 Eagles (From Browns)
134 5-6 Bengals
135 5-7 Falcons (From Raiders)
136 5-8 Jaguars
137 5-9 Packers
138 5-10 49ers
139 5-11 Bills
140 5-12 Chargers
141 5-13 Broncos
142 5-14 Redskins
143 5-15 Giants (From Saints)
144 5-16 Texans
145 5-18 Jets
146 5-19 Bears
147 5-20 Buccaneers
148 5-21 Cowboys
149 5-22 Eagles
150 5-23 Vikings
151 5-24 Patriots
152 5-25 Falcons
153 5-26 Dolphins
154 5-27 Ravens
155 5-29 Colts
156 5-28 Panthers
157 5-30 Giants
158 5-32 Cowboys (From Titans)
159 5-17 Cardinals
160 5-31 Steelers

Round 6

161 6-1 Lions
162 6-2 Chiefs
163 6-3 Rams
164 6-4 Browns
165 6-5 Seahawks
166 6-6 Bengals
167 6-7 Jaguars
168 6-8 Raiders
169 6-9 Packers
170 6-10 Bills
171 6-11 49ers
172 6-12 Broncos
173 6-13 Redskins
174 6-14 Packers (From Saints)
175 6-15 Texans
176 6-16 Chargers
177 6-17 Buccaneers (From Chicago)
178 6-18 Bears (From Buccaneers)
179 6-19 Lions (From Cowboys)
180 6-20 Jets
181 6-22 Eagles
182 6-23 Eagles (From Vikings)
183 6-24 Falcons
184 6-25 Cowboys (from Dolphins)
185 6-26 Ravens
186 6-27 Patriots
187 6-31 Panthers
188 6-29 Giants
189 6-28 Colts
190 6-32 Titans
191 6-21 Cardinals
192 6-30 Steelers

Round 7

193 7-1 Cowboys (From Lions)
194 7-2 Chiefs
195 7-3 Rams
196 7-4 Dolphins (From Cleveland)
197 7-5 Seahawks
198 7-6 Bengals
199 7-7 Buccaneers (From Jaguars)
200 7-8 Raiders
201 7-9 Packers
202 7-10 Bills
203 7-11 49ers
204 7-12 Texans
205 7-13 Chargers
206 7-14 Broncos
207 7-15 Vikings (From Redskins)
208 7-16 Saints
209 7-17 Steelers (From Buccaneers)
210 7-18 Cowboys
211 7-19 Jets
212 7-21 Bears
213 7-22 Eagles
214 7-23 Vikings
215 7-24 Dolphins
216 7-25 Ravens
217 7-26 Patriots
218 7-27 Broncos (From Falcons)
219 7-28 Colts
220 7-31 Dolphins (from Carolina)
221 7-30 Giants
222 7-32 Titans
223 7-20 Cardinals
224 7-29 Steelers

Kaylore
02-25-2009, 05:24 PM
****Selection Page****
I'll post selections for round one here. We only have a five day window to edit, but maybe we'll get through in time.

Round 1

Round 1

1 1-1 Lions - QB Matthew Stafford Georgia
2 1-2 Rams - OT Jason Smith Baylor
3 1-3 Chiefs - LB Aaron Curry, Wake Forrest
4 1-4 Seahawks QB Mark Sanchez, USC
5 1-5 Browns - DE Everette Brown, Florida State
6 1-6 Bengals
7 1-7 Raiders
8 1-8 Jaguars
9 1-9 Packers
10 1-10 49ers
11 1-11 Bills
12 1-12 Broncos
13 1-13 Redskins
14 1-14 Saints
15 1-15 Texans
16 1-16 Chargers
17 1-17 Jets
18 1-18 Bears
19 1-19 Buccaneers
20 1-20 Lions (From Cowboys)
21 1-22 Eagles
22 1-23 Vikings
23 1-24 Patriots
24 1-25 Falcons
25 1-26 Dolphins
26 1-27 Ravens
27 1-29 Colts
28 1-28 Eagles
29 1-30 Giants
30 1-32 Titans
31 1-21 Cardinals
32 1-31 Steelers

Kaylore
02-26-2009, 08:21 AM
-Florida Bronco is on the Clock-

Mediator12
02-26-2009, 08:25 AM
****Selection Page****
I'll post selections for round one here. We only have a five day window to edit, but maybe we'll get through in time.

Round 1

Round 1

1 1-1 Lions - On the clock
2 1-2 Rams
3 1-3 Chiefs
4 1-4 Seahawks
5 1-5 Browns
6 1-6 Bengals
7 1-7 Raiders
8 1-8 Jaguars
9 1-9 Packers
10 1-10 49ers
11 1-11 Bills
12 1-12 Broncos
13 1-13 Redskins
14 1-14 Saints
15 1-15 Texans
16 1-16 Chargers
17 1-17 Jets
18 1-18 Bears
19 1-19 Buccaneers
20 1-20 Lions (From Cowboys)
22 1-22 Eagles
23 1-23 Vikings
24 1-24 Patriots
25 1-25 Falcons
26 1-26 Dolphins
27 1-27 Ravens
29 1-29 Colts
28 1-28 Eagles
30 1-30 Giants
32 1-32 Titans
21 1-21 Cardinals
31 1-31 Steelers

I think your copy and paste function got screwed up. INDY has the 27th pick in the draft and your order is a little wacky.

Kaylore
02-26-2009, 08:56 AM
I think your copy and paste function got screwed up. INDY has the 27th pick in the draft and your order is a little wacky.

The order was right, but the numbers on the left weren't. It's fixed.

Florida_Bronco
02-26-2009, 06:42 PM
With the 1st overall pick, the Detroit Lions select Matt Stafford, QB, Georgia.

Pick made at 8:45 EST, Rams are on the clock.

24champ
02-26-2009, 08:05 PM
With the Second overall pick. The Rams select OT Jason Smith of Baylor Univ.

http://www.draft.com/modules/wfchannel/images/jasonsmith.jpg

Pick was made at 8:05 pm Mountain Time. Broncobuff is now on the clock.

BroncoBuff
02-27-2009, 09:08 PM
With the 3rd pick in the 2009 OM mock the Kansas City Chiefs select:

Aaron Curry- Wake Forest (see next page ...)

ludo21
02-27-2009, 09:11 PM
whats gay is making the same pick as #1...

Florida_Bronco
02-27-2009, 09:20 PM
Yeah Buff, were you hitting the bars or something tonight? :)

Florida_Bronco
02-27-2009, 09:30 PM
With the 4th overall pick. The Seahawks select OT Jason Smith of Baylor Univ.

http://www.draft.com/modules/wfchannel/images/jasonsmith.jpg

Pick was made at 8:05 pm Marijuana Time. THE REV is now on the clock.
Oh wow, man theres 2 Mr Smiths!

I don't think we need the selection thread cluttered with this kind of nonsense. :notthissh

Edit: I didn't even realize you were actually up. Knowingly doing that should be grounds for removal from the draft.

Kaylore
02-27-2009, 10:22 PM
BroncoBuff, Stafford was taken first overall. Please look and see who has been taken in the future.

Arkie
02-27-2009, 10:26 PM
What's funny is only two players have been taken.

dekers
02-28-2009, 02:31 AM
Hi there guys am looking to trade out of the first round . 29 1-29 Colts - dekers . and pick up some extra picks . hit me up . thanks everyone.

Northman
02-28-2009, 05:36 AM
Wow, this one sure went to hell fast.

Kaylore
02-28-2009, 08:25 AM
****Announcement****
We're sorting this out, folks. Please stand by while we try and fix the train wreck this has become. I'm going to give BB one more chance to make his pick and Socal too. After that if you make a pick that is already selected it obviously won't count. And then when your time period lapses the next teams can make their choice.

Kaylore
02-28-2009, 11:37 AM
BB has until 1:00 Pm MST to make his pick. After that Socalorado will be on the clock. And from here on out if you miss your pick, you miss your pick!

socalorado
02-28-2009, 03:44 PM
So i guess BB has forfieted his pick, i am sick of waiting, as are the rest of us, so i will make my pick. This draft is just moving at a snails pace, and to think we all have 7 rounds to do.
So with that in mind, this draft will become for me "the reach" draft. I am going to "reach" for every player i pick, and see if they end up becoming solid pros.

Without further delay,
WITH THE #4 PICK IN THE 2009 NFL DRAFT, THE SEATTLE SEAHAWKS SELECT
http://blog.oregonlive.com/pac10/2007/10/large_Sanchez.jpg
Mark Sanchez, QB
Height:6'2"
Weight:227
College:Southern Cal
Analysis
Positives: Ascending talent whose intangibles for the position are just as impressive as his physical tools. ... Cerebral. ... Reads defenses well and rarely throws into coverage. ... Goes through his progression quickly and takes what the defense gives him. ... Recognizes the blitz very well for a player of his experience and often targets the defenses' weak link when being blitzed. ... Good setup and a smooth, over-the-top delivery. ... Legitimate NFL arm strength. ... Capable of making every NFL throw, including the deep ball. ... Rather than relying on pure arm strength, Sanchez combines good velocity with rare anticipation, especially for a player of his limited experience. ... Consistently releases his passes before his receivers have even made their breaks, giving the defense little time to react. ... Distributes the ball all over the field. ... Good short-, medium-, and long-range accuracy. ... Consistently places his passes where only his receiver can get it and throws a very catchable ball. ... When healthy, showed very surprising mobility for his size. ... Can evade the pass rush and will scramble if the defense gives free yards. ... Rare accuracy on the rollout. ... Squares his shoulders and can fire the ball with consistency and accuracy. ... Team captain. ... Blue-collar work ethic.



Negatives: Only one season as the starter and leaves USC with just 16 career starts. ... Career record of 4-2 outside of the state of California. ... Undeniable tools, but isn't yet a finished product. ... Runs a bit hot and cold and has a tendency to score touchdowns in bunches. ... Characterized by those close to the program as a very cerebral player who makes the right read, but many of his touchdown passes went to receivers with five or more yards of separation between the next closest defender, opening up some questions if USC's dominant athletes and the team's aggressive play-calling helped him look even better. ... Suffered a dislocated left knee cap prior to the season opener and his mobility was limited.

Hasslebeck isnt getting any younger, and he only has maybe 1-2 more years, so SEA gets its QB of the future in Sanchez. Other positions can be addressed later in this mock, we will see how i do as it goes!
Hopefully this will also allow some of you others to go after players you want, but were considered a pipedream because of your position.
Should only be 2 more days before the next pick is made!

BroncoBuff
02-28-2009, 06:00 PM
With a belated FOURTH SELECTION in the first round, now knowing Cassel is a chef, Kansas City select ....

Aaron Curry
OLB - Wake Forest Demon Deacons

http://img201.imageshack.us/img201/8675/42293728.jpg

Boss Man
02-28-2009, 07:32 PM
With the 5th overall pick the Clevland Browns select Everette Brown Florida state university

MagicHef
03-01-2009, 05:40 PM
With the 6th pick in the draft, the Cincinnati Bengals select:

Eugene Monroe, OT, Virginia

http://i43.tinypic.com/2aj6tf4.jpg

http://i44.tinypic.com/ivedy8.jpg

JCMElway
03-01-2009, 10:56 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 and EddieMac - 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 - On the clock
25 1-26 Dolphins - Kaylore
26 1-27 Ravens - Houshyamama
27 1-29 Colts - dekers
28 1-28 Eagles (from Panthers) - Oskie!!
29 1-30 Giants - BFDD
30 1-32 Titans - Lycan
31 1-21 Cardinals - TheReverend
32 1-31 Steelers - skpac1001

Alpha list:

Brown, Everette
Crabtree, Michael
Curry, Aaron
Cushing, Brian
Davis, Vontae
English, Larry
Jackson, Tyson
Jenkins, Malcolm
Maclin, Jeremy
Maualuga, Rey
Monroe, Eugene
Moreno, Knowshon
Nicks, Hakeem
Oher, Michael
Orakpo, Brian
Raji, BJ
Sanchez, Mark
Smith, Andre
Smith, Jason
Stafford, Matt
Wells, Chris

rugbythug
03-01-2009, 11:18 PM
The Oakland Raiders Take Crabtree. I will edit with more info later. Please inform the next drafter. I need to get to bed.

Thanks
11:18PM MST

Arkie
03-02-2009, 12:40 AM
With 8th pick, the Jacksonville Jauars select

B.J. Raji DT Boston College
6'2" 337

http://i137.photobucket.com/albums/q239/Friartown/Raji.png

Kaylore
03-02-2009, 08:35 AM
The Packers are on the clock.

Archer81
03-02-2009, 09:53 AM
Packers select, with the 9th pick in the draft:

Brian Cushing, ILB USC.


http://tinyurl.com/dkjwkq

BowlenBall
03-02-2009, 10:58 AM
With the 10th pick in the 2009 NFL Common Draft, the 49ers select Malcolm Jenkins, CB/FS, Ohio State.

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Overview
There isn't much NFL scouts don't like about Jenkins. Athletic, intelligent and consistent, Jenkins surprised many when he elected to return for his senior season despite a first-round grade from the NFL Advisory Committee in 2008. The three-time first-team All-Big Ten pick and two-time All-American improved his overall consistency, winning the Thorpe Award as the nation's elite defensive back as a senior. A shutdown cornerback who intercepted 11 passes over the past three years, Jenkins was effective at cutting the field in half and sometimes moved him to free safety to generate big plays. A first-round caliber prospect at safety or cornerback, Jenkins' consistent play and versatility should land him a spot in the draft's Top 10.


High School
Started for three years and helped lead his team to three consecutive state championships ... Played both wide receiver and defensive back, but won all-state honors at the latter his senior year ... Also excelled at track, winning the state title in the 400-meter dash as a junior ... Placed third in the 200-meters as a junior and third in the hurdles as a senior at the state meet.


Analysis
Positives: Lockdown corner. ... Very physical at the line, has a strong punch to knock receivers off their route. ... Attacks ballcarriers behind the line, making secure tackles. ... Also willing to assist in tackles downfield or inside. ... Effective playing off receivers as he can flip open his hips and accelerate, close quickly on the ball in front of him or change direction to mirror receivers. ... Stays with even the fastest receivers down the sideline. ... Plays free safety on occasion and has all of the tools to succeed there in the NFL. ... Excellent hands for the interception, and he has the vertical to high-point the ball and strength to fight for it. ... Can make plays with the ball in his hands.

Negatives: Creates havoc on the blitz but doesn't always finish. ... Will take chances to make a play on the ball. ... Could improve his tackling in the open field -- will occasionally drop his head instead of watching what he hits. ... Inconsistent taking on and getting off receiver blocks, and will hesitate to get to ballcarriers coming into his area. ... Must prove he has the mental discipline needed to handle getting constantly challenged as a rookie after rarely being thrown at in college.

Pick made at:
9:59 p.m. UTC +4 (Abu Dhabi)
12:59 p.m. North American Eastern Time Zone
11:59 a.m. North American Central Time Zone
10:59 a.m. Mountain Time Zone
9:59 a.m. Pacific Time Zone
8:59 a.m. Alaska Standard Time

The Buffalo Bills (and rovolution) are now on the clock.

rovolution
03-02-2009, 05:52 PM
With the 11th overall pick of the 2009 NFL Draft, the Buffalo Bills select...


Brian Orakpo, DE, Texas


http://www.mockmydraft.com/images/orakpo.jpg

JCMElway
03-02-2009, 11:20 PM
With the 12th selection the Broncos select:

Tyson Jackson, DE, LSU

Pick was made at 12:20 AM CST. Randomtask is on the clock.

randomtask
03-03-2009, 11:34 AM
With the 13th pick of the draft, the Washington Redskins select:

Michael Oher, OT, Ole Miss.

Pick was made 12:34 CST. Worm is now on the clock.

Positives: Prototypical left tackle build. ... Has good height and excellent athleticism. ... Unlike some left tackles, he has girth in his lower body. ... Uses his long arms to lock onto the defender to nullify the pass rush. ... Gets into his pass set quickly and has very good lateral movement. ... Not fooled by dancing on the line. ... Shows the feet to pull inside, get to either shoulder as a run blocker and nullify linebackers outside on screen passes. ... Sustains and mirrors as long as possible and will play through the whistle. ... Improvement as a run blocker as a senior. Began to play with more aggression and physicality at the second level. ... An ascending talent who should only get better.

Negatives: Only has three years experience at left tackle and is still learning the game. ... A better pass blocker than power-run blocker, as he does not consistently get great push off the edge. ... Needs more consistency in using his punch, which can be devastating against rush ends. ... Can be beaten in pass protection by quicker hands. ... Loses balance when lunging in pass protection. ... A bit tentative in the open field. ... Gets a bit lazy moving his feet when the play is run away from him and could stand to gain more stamina. ... Does not always adjust to outside blitzes, but handles inside pressure just fine. ... Has a very quiet, passive demeanor that some many characterize as lacking passion.

worm
03-03-2009, 01:08 PM
With the 14th pick in the 2009 NFL Draft, the New Orleans Saints select...

Knowshon Moreno - Height: 5-11 Weight: 208 40-Time: 4.45

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Overview: Possessing extraordinary lateral quickness and elusiveness that has drawn comparisons to Barry Sanders, Moreno teamed with quarterback Matthew Stafford for two years to give the Bulldogs the most feared tandem of skill position players in college football. An offensive machine, Moreno rushed for 2,734 yards and 30 touchdowns in two seasons after redshirting in 2006 in addition to catching 53 passes for 704 yards and two scores.

Positives: Tight-skinned athlete with good overall musculature. Good quickness to the hole. Reads the defense and anticipates where the hole, including cutback lanes, will appear. Exceptional lateral quickness and elusiveness in tight quarters. Very rarely tackled by the first defender. Good acceleration past the initial wave of defense and into the secondary. Good spin and stiff arm, and has phenomenal leaping ability to jump over tacklers. Attacks the line of scrimmage and is a tougher interior runner than given credit for. Can drop his shoulders and has good leg drive. Runs through a lot of tackles due to his competitive drive and toughness. Keeps his legs churning and will spin away from tackles. Soft hands for the reception. Natural receiver who poses intriguing possibilities to be split out wide. Good quickness and effort as a route-runner; isn't just a threat on dump-offs in the flat or screens. Provides a pop in pass protection. Extreme competitor who can put the team on his shoulders. Wants the ball with the game on the line.

My Rationale: Given the Saints signed their #1 FA target in Vilma and look to add a safety and CB before FA is done. They decided to go with BPA even though it was on O (much to the disgruntled fans who screamed for Defense).

It surprised the Saints that 5 out of the last 6 picks were used on the D side of the ball and were actively trying to trade down and pick up an additional Day 1 pick while being able to shore up the D.

Without a willing trading partner...in the end, the two top CBs available at 14 graded out well below 14 as did the safety position. Additionally, there was concern over the ability to replace Duece's role given that Pierre Thomas and Reggie Bush have proven to be brittle. Moreno will keep the O running smoothly....and the Saints will cross there fingers that they can get some hits on D in the lower rounds.


Pick made at 3:08 EST. The Texans and Hawk's Boys are on the clock.

ColoradoBuff
03-03-2009, 01:33 PM
With the 15th pick in the 2009 OM II Draft....the Houston Texans select:

Andre Smith, OL, Univ. of Alabama



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</TD><TD width="70%">Andre Smith, 6-4/330

Offensive Tackle

Alabama

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<CENTER>Andre Smith's Scouting Report
By Matt McGuire

</CENTER>Strengths: Extremely strong and has nice bulk and wide base... Dominant run blocker and is a finisher... Nasty demeanor ... Generates leverage ... Natural knee bender ... Plays hard for four quarters ... Can get to the second level ... Solid in pass protection and displays awareness ... Strong hands ... Good technician against the run.

Weaknesses: Struggles with speed more often than the consensus opinion ... Sluggish kick step and tends to cross over his feet ... Average agility ... Doesn't have the explosive athleticism of an elite left tackle ... Major weight concerns in the past ... Lacks balance in pass protection occasionally ... Does not have long arms.

Summary: Smith has the ability to play left tackle in the NFL, but I do not think he is the top-five draft pick everyone else does. I have seen inconsistencies in games and quite frankly, I was surprised at what I saw when I watched him on film. He's an amazing run-blocker, but I do not give him a top-eight grade at the moment. He will likely go in the top five, but I feel he is one of the more overrated players in the country. My current draft grade is Smith is a solid first-round pick and not the elite player most Draftniks grade him as.

Player Comparison: Flozell Adams. Adams is overrated as a pass protector, but a phenomenal run blocker.

brncs_fan
03-03-2009, 04:40 PM
With the 16th pick in the 2009 draft, the Chargers select...

REY MAUALUGA, ILB, USC

http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/football/ncaa/specials/preview/2007/scouting/images/usc.jpg

Strengths:
Has excellent size and bulk...Extremely aggressive...Tough and physical...A violent, intimidating presence who can really deliver the big hit...Good instincts...Very strong...Explosive...Reads and reacts quickly...Does a nice job of taking on and shedding blockers...Will step up and fill against the run...Solid pass rusher and blitzer...Plays faster than he times and has a burst...Has shown the ability to make big plays in coverage...Productive with a knack for making game-changing plays... Offers schematic versatility...Is still improving and has upside.

Weaknesses:
Does not have elite timed speed...Inconsistent...Can be too aggressive at times...Always looking to deliver the knockout blow and will miss some tackles...Does not always take proper angles...Lacks fluid hips...May struggle to match up in coverage...Average change of direction skills...Range is somewhat limited...Will get caught out of position at times... Still immature...Ran into some trouble off the field.

Notes:
Best fit may be inside in a 3-4 scheme but could also play the middle in a 4-3...A three-year starter for the Trojans...Would have been a Top 15 pick in the 2008 NFL Draft but opted to return to school for his senior season...Was arrested on suspicion of misdemeanor battery after allegedly punching a man during a party in 2005...Has faced team disciplinary action on more than one occasion...Was the MVP of the Rose Bowl as a junior when he recorded 3 sacks and an interception...Has star potential if he can keep his head on straight ... Impact linebacker who can take over and dominate games.

Pick was made at 5:40CST. The J-E-T-S are on the clock.

eddie mac
03-04-2009, 02:55 AM
With the 17th pick in the OMII 2009 GM Mock Draft the New York Jets select

Jeremy Maclin WR Missouri


STRENGTHS

Jeremy is an offensive coordinator's dream come true. He is an excellent WR with quickness, speed and the hands to catch the ball in hurricane-like winds. He is smart and understands situational football. He can read defense and runs excellent routes. He can beat man-to-man deep and is strong enough and quick enough to handle the bump and run. He is a very smart zone receiver and is a QB's best friend during a game. Jeremy can break the big play at anytime during a game and will come up with the big catch every time you need it during a game or to win a game. Add to this his ability to impact on special teams and you have a very special football player.



NEEDS TO IMPROVE

As long as Jeremy keeps working as hard as he does right now, there is nothing he will not be able to accomplish on the football field. It's all up to him and there is no doubt in my mind that he will.



TALENT BOARD ROUND 1

There are a lot of good WR's in the draft and you have to rate Jeremy as one of the best or maybe the best. He is ready for the big time and his LTI (length to impact) is quicker or just as good as Crabtree's. If a team decides to pick him ahead of Crabtree, I would not be surprised. He is that good. If the Indianapolis Colts drafted this kid, he would make the fans forget Marvin Harrison. That's how good this kid can be. He is a different style WR than Crabtree, so he might fit a team better than Crabtree, which would be the difference. However, both players should be outstanding WR's for the teams that draft them. If I had to choose between them, I would pick the player who better fits the offense I run. Is it a run after the catch offense or more vertical or spread? That is the only way I could choose between them, but once I made the choice, I would never look back because both players are going to be impact franchise WR's for the teams that draft them. I call him Jeremy (Son of a B@#$%) Maclin because every time Jeremy makes a play the opposing coach will be saying "Son of a B@#$%!" as Jeremy scores.


Pick was made at 2-55am MST, Schism and the Bears are OTC

The Joker
03-04-2009, 07:01 PM
Sorry for delay, my computer is in a world of hurt at the moment.

Viruses are gay.

Bears select Larry English, DE.

Will edit and update this post when and if I can.

Northman
03-04-2009, 07:50 PM
With the 19th Overall pick the Tampa Bay Bucs select:


Hakeem Nicks
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School: North Carolina
Position: WR
Height: 6'2
Weight: 210

Michael Crabtree, Jeremy Maclin, Percy Harvin and Darrius Heyward-Bey are the obvious first four wide receivers that will be eligible for the 2009 NFL Draft. After that it gets a little fuzzy and Hakeem Nicks will be right in the mix as a second or third round selection. Nicks has opted to take advantage of the lack of solid receivers after the big four and declared himself for the NFL Draft after his junior season.

The 6-2 wideout has had three productive years with the Tar Heels. As a freshman in 2006 he caught 39 passes for 660 yards, both records for a North Carolina freshman. As a sophomore he caught 74 passes for 958 yards and five touchdowns. His 958 yards ranked third all-time in UNC history. He shattered the record in 2008, tallying 1,222 receiving yards. He also set a record with 12 touchdown receptions. Even with playing just three years, Nicks has been the most prolific receiver in Tar Heel history.

Nicks is not a pure speed receiver, but he has certainly been productive. At 6-2 and 210 pounds, he has decent size and could develop into a solid complimentary receiver on just about any team in the NFL. It will take a big effort to move up into the first round, but Nicks' performance at the combine should be the difference between a second and third round selection.

2/11 Update: Nicks may even be able to sneak into the first round if teams start going after wide receivers early. Nicks is looking more and more like the fifth best receiver in the draft. The difference will be how well he does in the combine. There are some speed concerns with Nicks and if he quells those concerns, he will be a first or second round selection.

Florida_Bronco
03-05-2009, 01:26 PM
At 3:30PM the Detroit Lions select OT Eben Britton from the University of Arizona.

The Eagles/Oskie are now on the clock.

Broncoman13
03-05-2009, 07:03 PM
Sorry folks, I think Kaylore and I must have had a comm problem. I gave him my pick this morning but he must not have realized it was me???

At any rate the Eagles are thrilled that the player they coveted is still on the board!

With Pick #21 in the first round the Philadelphia Eagles select:

The Ohio State Buckeye's RB, Chris "Beanie" Wells.

6'1" 235, 4.5



Overview:

Ohio State running back Chris “Beanie” Wells has NFL scouts drooling. Well has a rare combination of size, speed, and power that will likely make him a very early pick on draft day. Only a junior, Wells is expected to forego his junior year and declare for the NFL Draft. Wells has been a contributor since his freshmen year when he saw action in all 13 games that year as a back-up to Antonio Pittman. Wells really hit the scene in his second year at OSU when he rushes for 1,609 yards and 15 touchdowns and was voted 2nd team All-American. Wells has seen his junior year slowed due to an early season foot injury. Despite his injury which caused his touches to significantly drop, Wells still amassed 1,091 yards during the regular season (5.7 ypc).


Strengths:

Wells strength is his size and speed combination. At 237 pounds Wells reportedly has 4.4 40 speed. Wells has the power to break tackles on and get to the second level and then turn on his speed. Wells has good vision and is able to recognize the cut back. Wells does a nice job always running down hill and hitting the hole hard. You won’t get many negative gains from him. Wells does a nice job of knowing when to use his power and when to use his speed. While at OSU, Wells often appeared to be a “man among boys” on the field. Wells has the make-up of a workhorse back, able to carry the ball 30 plus times per game. He will just have to display the ability to do this over the course of a season and career.

Weakness:

Despite Wells’ highly productive career, he has gained the reputation for occasionally taking plays off. Wells has untested hands only catching 14 passes in his 3 college career. He does not show a lot of effort in pass protection and at this point is probably only a 2 down back. Wells will also have some medical red flags as well. Wells has suffered a broken wrist, an ankle injury, and most recently a foot injury.

NOTE-

One impressive number that stands out over ‘Beanie’s’ Buckeye career is that in 585 rushing attempts, he did not fumble the ball. His numbers were decreased this past season as he missed 3 games early on in the season with a foot injury. In 2008 he rushed for 1,197 yards on 207 carries (5.8 yds per carry) with 8 touchdowns. Wells’ sophomore year he rushed for 1,609 yards on 274 carries (5.9 yds per carry) and 15 touchdowns.

jebures
03-05-2009, 09:57 PM
Vontae Davis was the top guy on more board by far, and with his current weakness he can work under one of the best (antoine winfield) for a year or two to correct them.

Position: Cornerback
Height: 6-0
Weight: 204
School: Illinois
Class: Junior

Overview:

Vontae Davis is the brother of 49ers tight end and former top 10 pick Vernon Davis. Like his brother, Vontae possesses amazing athletic ability and speed. Davis has been a starter at Illinois since his freshmen year in 2006. Davis has made a career of shutting down any receiver the Big Ten can dish his way. Davis is also a dynamic special teams player both as a return man and in coverage.

Strengths:

Vontae Davis is first and foremost a supreme athlete. Davis has great speed and fluid hips. He’s very physical in press coverage and just as comfortable in off coverage. Davis has great ball skills which allow him to get his hands on a lot of balls. Davis is also strong in run support. Strong at the point of attack and able to deliver a big hit.

Weakness:

Sophmore to junior season production has dropped off. Hasn’t shown much or any improvement since last season. Desire and work ethic could cause concerns. Needs work refining his technique and relies on his physical ability a little too much. Plays too aggressive at times and is susceptible to bite on a double move.

Outlook:

Vontae Davis is about as physically gifted as a cornerback prospect can be. I see no way he lands outside the first round. Davis is a guy who will need a certain amount of coaching up before he can be an every down corner in the NFL.

Rohirrim
03-06-2009, 06:21 AM
With the 23rd pick in the OM Mock Draft II, the Patriots Choose:

http://www.trojanwire.com/Clay%20Matthews%20bulk.jpg

CLAY MATTHEWS LB USC 6'3" 246

As USC linebacker Clay Matthews looks back on his college career, he's able to sum it up perfectly with one phrase.

"It's not about where you start, it's about where you finish," he said.

While college football fans watched USC's formidable trio of linebackers—Matthews, Brian Cushing and Rey Maualua—with a mixture of admiration and awe this past season, it's likely that few of them had any idea that Matthews was originally a walk-on player who didn't even remotely resemble the player he is today.

"I came in slow, undersized, and obviously not heavily recruited," Matthews said.

In fact, the only Division I-A school to offer him a scholarship was the University of Idaho. And had Matthews opted to go there, he likely would have worked his way into the starting lineup more quickly than he did at USC.

But his father, Clay Matthews—who played linebacker for the Browns and the Falcons from 1978 through 1996—his older brother, Kyle, and his uncle Bruce—an offensive lineman who landed in the Pro Football Hall of Fame after 19 years with the Oilers and the Titans—had all played for the Trojans. And as he evaluated his opportunities, he had no doubt that he was capable of following in their footsteps.

"Maybe I was just naïve thinking that I could play at the same level. When I got there, people may have thought I was crazy," he said with a laugh. "But my mentality was different from that of a normal recruit coming in who had been heavily recruited. I wanted to be the best, and I knew it was going to take hard work, but I was willing to do that.

"Obviously, genetics kicked in since I was a late bloomer, but at the same time, my success came from a lot of hard work in the weight room, film room, and at practices. I feel very fortunate to be the player I am today, and I can pretty much say that it was all because of hard work."


Clay Matthews sacks Notre Dame QB Jimmy Classen during a late-November matchup.
Brian Bahr/Getty Images
That work ethic was undoubtedly the foundation for Matthews' ascension from simply making the roster, to earning playing time on a few special teams, and then working his way into the linebacker rotation while becoming a standout special teams player. And then, during his senior year, he earned a starter's role in addition to his special teams responsibilities.

Matthews really hit his stride playing the "elephant position" in USC's defense, a linebacker position that has similarities to a stand-up defensive end.

"I was really able to showcase my talents as far as rushing the passer and showing my speed, versatility and athleticism rather than primarily staying in the box or dropping back into coverage," Matthews said. "Since NFL teams also have tape on me playing the more traditional linebacker role, it was great to have that opportunity to show my versatility and the intensity that I'm going to bring day-in and day-out."

According to the school's tally, Matthews made 56 tackles, nine tackles for a loss, sacked the opposing quarterback four times, forced two fumbles, recovered a pair of fumbles and blocked a kick during his 13 game appearances in his final season with the Trojans.

In addition to his demonstrated success on defense, the 6-foot-3, 246-pound linebacker was also the winner of USC's Co-Special Teams Player of the Year Award for three consecutive years, blocking three kicks during his college career. That's a big plus on Matthews' resume that, in addition to strong showings at the NFL Combine and his Pro Day, could possibly boost his draft stock from a projected second-round pick to being a late first-round selection in April.

"Coaches will tell you that special teams is where you'll earn your money during your first year. You need to contribute in more ways because there are lots of guys who are very versatile," Matthews said. "So it's very important to me. I understand that being a strong contributor in that area is part of the process, and I think my experience in that area will speak volumes about what I can accomplish."

With less than a full year of experience as a starter at linebacker, even Matthews will tell you that he has yet to show his full potential at his position. And with the right coaching at the next level combined with his demonstrated work ethic and field intelligence, he could make huge leaps in his development very rapidly.

But even if he only progresses in similar fashion to his years at USC, he will eventually become a high-impact player for an NFL team. Matthews, quite simply, won't have it any other way. He'll "just keep going at it," as he likes to say, until he reaches his goal.

"With the way my career has unfolded, just getting more reps and more plays is going to give me the experience I need to keep progressing. That'll also make me an even smarter player," he said. "And then, hopefully, I'll eventually reach the level of play that my father and my uncle played at during their NFL careers."

A member of the Pro Football Writers of America, Ed Thompson's player interviews and NFL features are published across the Scout.com network and at FOXSports.com. You can contact him by email through this link.

Drek
03-06-2009, 11:04 PM
Sorry for how long these picks took me, had to take some state licensing board exams for work all day and was on internet blackout. ;P

Anyhow, with the Falcon's first pick of the 2009 NFL draft I've been debating what would best help Matt Ryan take the next step as an NFL QB. More OL help? A big receiver to compliment White?

Well, I decided I'd give him both. :D

http://pictopia.com/perl/get_image?provider_id=493&size=550x550_mb&ptp_photo_id=2806382

Brandon Pettigrew, TE, Oaklahoma St.

Strengths:
Outstanding size with a large frame...Very long arms...Smooth and a good natural athlete...Has big soft hands and can make the difficult catch...Great strength...Excellent blocker in-line and in space...Stout at the point of attack and can anchor...Gets a good push in the run game...Really knows how to use his body...Powerful runner who can do some damage after the catch...Tough with a killer instinct and plays with a nasty demeanor...Has lots of experience... Still has some upside.

Weaknesses:
Average timed speed...Is not real quick or explosive...Motor runs hot and cold at times...Has room to improve as a route runner...Needs to work on his ball security...Not very elusive...Questionable football IQ ... Minor durability concerns ... Ran into some trouble off the field.

Notes:
A four-year starter for the Cowboys...Was arrested in January of 2008 and charged with felony assault and battery on a police officer but eventually pled guilty to guilty to misdemeanor assault and battery...Was hampered by an ankle injury as a senior and missed a few games...Earns high marks as both a pass catcher and blocker...Was not a featured weapon in the Cowboys passing attack and has more potential as a receiver than he was given an opportunity to showcase in college...Can be an extension of the offensive line and almost serve as an extra offensive tackle...May not be a dynamic downfield threat in the passing game like Kellen Winslow or Vernon Davis but is a much better blocker...Not real flashy and won't run a 4.4 but is one of the best all-around tight end prospects to come along in quite some time.

He's Dan Graham V2.0. Immediate help blocking and in the red zone. Ryan and Turner will get new reasons every Sunday to buy Pettigrew a free meal.

Pick Made at Midnight CST, Kaylore is now on the clock.

JCMElway
03-07-2009, 12:59 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 and EddieMac - 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 - BFDD -- 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 Laurinitis, LB 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, 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) - BFDD - 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 - Schism - May select at any time
50 2-18 Buccaneers - Northman
51 2-19 Cowboys - Conklin
52 2-21 Jets - Req & Eddie Mac -
53 2-22 Eagles - Oskie -
54 2-23 Vikings - Jebures -
55 2-24 Falcons - Drek
56 2-25 Dolphins - Kaylore -
57 2-26 Ravens - Houshy -
58 2-27 Patriots - Rohirrim -
59 2-31 Panthers - GoWyo
60 2-29 Giants - BFDD
61 2-28 Colts - Dekers -
62 2-32 Titans - Lycan -
63 2-20 Cardinals - TheReverend -
64 2-30 Steelers - Skpac1001 -

Round 3

65 3-1 Lions
66 3-2 Rams
67 3-3 Chiefs
68 3-4 Seahawks
69 3-5 Cowboys (From Browns)
70 3-6 Bengals
71 3-7 Raiders
72 3-8 Jaguars
73 3-9 Packers
74 3-10 49ers
75 3-11 Bills
76 3-12 Jets (From Saints)
77 3-13 Texans
78 3-14 Chargers
79 3-15 Broncos
80 3-16 Redskins
81 3-17 Buccaneers
82 3-18 Lions (From Cowboys)
83 3-20 Packers (From Jets)
84 3-21 Bears
85 3-22 Eagles
86 3-23 Vikings
87 3-24 Dolphins
88 3-25 Ravens
89 3-26 Patriots
90 3-27 Falcons
91 3-28 Giants
92 3-31 Colts
93 3-30 Panthers
94 3-32 Titans
95 3-19 Cardinals
96 3-29 Steelers

Round 4

97 4-1 Cowboys (From Lions)
98 4-2 Chiefs
99 4-3 Rams
100 4-4 Browns
101 4-5 Seahawks
102 4-6 Bengals
103 4-7 Jaguars
104 4-8 Raiders
105 4-9 Packers
106 4-10 Bills
107 4-11 49ers
108 4-12 Texans
109 4-13 Chargers
110 4-14 Broncos
111 4-15 Jets (From Redskins)
112 4-16 Saints
113 4-17 Cowboys
114 4-19 Saints (From Jets)
115 4-20 Bears
116 4-21 Buccaneers
117 4-22 Eagles
118 4-23 Vikings
119 4-24 Ravens
120 4-25 Patriots
121 4-26 Falcons
122 4-27 Dolphins
123 4-30 Colts
124 4-29 Panthers
125 4-31 Giants
126 4-32 Titans
127 4-18 Cardinals
128 4-28 Steelers

Round 5

129 5-1 Lions
130 5-2 Rams
131 5-3 Chiefs
132 5-4 Broncos (From Seahawks)
133 5-5 Eagles (From Browns)
134 5-6 Bengals
135 5-7 Falcons (From Raiders)
136 5-8 Jaguars
137 5-9 Packers
138 5-10 49ers
139 5-11 Bills
140 5-12 Chargers
141 5-13 Broncos
142 5-14 Redskins
143 5-15 Giants (From Saints)
144 5-16 Texans
145 5-18 Jets
146 5-19 Bears
147 5-20 Buccaneers
148 5-21 Cowboys
149 5-22 Eagles
150 5-23 Vikings
151 5-24 Patriots
152 5-25 Falcons
153 5-26 Dolphins
154 5-27 Ravens
155 5-29 Colts
156 5-28 Panthers
157 5-30 Giants
158 5-32 Cowboys (From Titans)
159 5-17 Cardinals
160 5-31 Steelers

Round 6

161 6-1 Lions
162 6-2 Chiefs
163 6-3 Rams
164 6-4 Browns
165 6-5 Seahawks
166 6-6 Bengals
167 6-7 Jaguars
168 6-8 Raiders
169 6-9 Packers
170 6-10 Bills
171 6-11 49ers
172 6-12 Broncos
173 6-13 Redskins
174 6-14 Packers (From Saints)
175 6-15 Texans
176 6-16 Chargers
177 6-17 Buccaneers (From Chicago)
178 6-18 Bears (From Buccaneers)
179 6-19 Lions (From Cowboys)
180 6-20 Jets
181 6-22 Eagles
182 6-23 Eagles (From Vikings)
183 6-24 Falcons
184 6-25 Cowboys (from Dolphins)
185 6-26 Ravens
186 6-27 Patriots
187 6-31 Panthers
188 6-29 Giants
189 6-28 Colts
190 6-32 Titans
191 6-21 Cardinals
192 6-30 Steelers

Round 7

193 7-1 Cowboys (From Lions)
194 7-2 Chiefs
195 7-3 Rams
196 7-4 Dolphins (From Cleveland)
197 7-5 Seahawks
198 7-6 Bengals
199 7-7 Buccaneers (From Jaguars)
200 7-8 Raiders
201 7-9 Packers
202 7-10 Bills
203 7-11 49ers
204 7-12 Texans
205 7-13 Chargers
206 7-14 Broncos
207 7-15 Vikings (From Redskins)
208 7-16 Saints
209 7-17 Steelers (From Buccaneers)
210 7-18 Cowboys
211 7-19 Jets
212 7-21 Bears
213 7-22 Eagles
214 7-23 Vikings
215 7-24 Dolphins
216 7-25 Ravens
217 7-26 Patriots
218 7-27 Broncos (From Falcons)
219 7-28 Colts
220 7-31 Dolphins (from Carolina)
221 7-30 Giants
222 7-32 Titans
223 7-20 Cardinals
224 7-29 Steelers

Alpha list:
Atanytime, Mayselect
Ayers, Robert
Barwin, Connor
Beatty, William
Britton, Eben
Britt, Kenny
Brown, Everette
Bruton, David
Butler, Darius
Coffman, Chase
Crabtree, Michael
Curry, Aaron
Cushing, Brian
Davis, Vontae
Delmas, Louis
English, Larry
Freeman, Josh
Gilbert, Jarron
Harvin, Percy
Heyward-Bey, Darrius
Hood, Evander
Jackson, Tyson
Jenkins, Malcolm
Laurinitis, James
Mack, Alex
Maclin, Jeremy
Maualuga, Rey
Maybin, Aaron
McCoy, LeSean
Monroe, Eugene
Moore, DJ
Moore, William
Moreno, Knowshon
Nicks, Hakeem
Oher, Michael
Orakpo, Brian
Peria, Jerry
Pettigrew, Brandon
Raji, BJ
Sanchez, Mark
Sintim, Clint
Smith, Alphonso
Smith, Andre
Smith, Jason
Smith, Sean
Stafford, Matt
Unger, Max
Wells, Chris

Kaylore
03-07-2009, 02:12 PM
With the 25th pick in the 2009 NFL draft and several players at this spot my team needs, the Miami Dolphins are pleased finally to select the best one left in:

Wide Receiver from Florida University.

Percy Harvin
http://media3.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/photo/2007/01/09/PH2007010900090.jpg

Analysis
Percy is the fastest human being in space and time. At Florida he was never seen, because his speed causes distortions in the light waves that return to the eye distorted and unidentifiable. Some have suggested he moves at the speed of light, but his is simply not so, as Einstein has shown such speed would compress Harvin into having infinite mass and energy.

Not Analysis?
Harvin was selected primarily because the Dolphins knew they could save money on a cab rather than paying for a plane ticket. They will make sure the Cab is vacuumed before sending it up, but as for a complete detailing, well what are we, a car wash? Mind your own business, you prick!

Houshyamama is on the clock, foo!

Houshyamama
03-07-2009, 08:09 PM
With the 26th pick in the 2009 NFL Draft, the Baltimore Ravens select:

http://www.warroomreport.com/images/2009draft/cb/dariusbutler.jpg

Darius Butler, CB Connecticut

Height: 5-11, Weight: 181

"Strengths: Good natural athlete with long arms...willing to press receivers at the line of scrimmage...has good quickness and can handle speedy receivers in space...has shown flashes where he can make big plays...good kick returner....sees plays develop well...experienced...shows the ability to recover well...going to be a good fit in the right scheme...

Weaknesses: Could be a little stronger to improve his pressing ability...suffered some injuries while at UConn...willing to support the run but needs to improve his tackling ability...did not have the type of senior season you would want...gets a few too many penalties...

Overall: Darius Butler has the look of an NFL corner and has played like one at times, but you wish his production was a little bit more consistent. He missed several games as a senior with a knee injury but he has the natural ability to succeed in the NFL, especially if he is able to add more strength. Despite being a four year starter, he is going to be a player drafted more on his ability than outstanding collegiate production, but is the rare type of corner who looks comfortable on an island with a receiver."

dekers
03-08-2009, 07:07 AM
With the 27th pick the Colts pick
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Peria Jerry
# 98
Defensive Lineman

Height: 6-2 Weight: 290

Sophomore

Previous Affiliations
South Panola
Hargrave
Previous Experience
1L
Hometown
Batesville, Miss.



Oskie!! your on the On the clock

Broncoman13
03-08-2009, 11:22 AM
With the 28th pick the Iggles select CB Alphonso Smith. Smith is arguably the best true corner in the draft and with Malcolm Jenkins possibly switching to Safety, could be the first CB taken in the draft. He has been very productive and if he were 2" taller and 10lbs heavier, would be a consensus top 5 pick!

Alphonso Smith

5’9, 190 pounds | Wake Forest | Cornerback

Strengths: Smith is an excellent athlete with outstanding agility. Good high-point instincts to make a play on the ball. Good enough hands, Smith had 21 interceptions in his career. Always seems to know where a ball is being thrown to. Very good in zone coverage, particularly on short passes. Plays bigger than his size would suggest. Solid against the run. Excellent return man.

Weaknesses: Smith’s biggest weakness is his lack of desired height for a No. 1 cornerback. At times will take too many risks to make a play on the ball. Not the most sound of tacklers. Has some trouble taking down larger opponents due to his size. Struggles some against big receivers in man coverage.

BFDD
03-08-2009, 05:24 PM
(Sorry, I was at Breckenridge all day) with the 29th pick the NYG select Kenny Britt, WR Rutgers

http://www.allfootball247.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/01/kenny-britt-wr-rutgers.jpg

Pros: Great size and strength, tough to bring down, fights for extra yards, great at jumping up and getting ball at its highest point, can be a good blocker, good YAC guy, great hands, good route runner, Not flashy but all around solid.

Cons: No 2nd gear to go deep, not the best at double moves, Doesn't always give maximum effort, speed not the best, has character issues and red flags.

The pick was made at 4:27pm, the Titans are now up

Lycan
03-08-2009, 06:38 PM
With the 30th pick the Tennessee Titans select Darrius Heyward-Bey, WR Maryland.

http://newlevelsports.files.wordpress.com/2008/09/darrius-heyward-bey.jpg


Analysis: Even with the pick-up of Nate Washington the Titans still have no true #1 WR, so with all first round caliber DT's gone they take a chance on one of the more boom or bust players in the draft.

Strengths: Heyward-Bey is probably the best vertical threat among the wide receivers in this class. Easily breaks press coverage. He uses his strength to be beat the jam and break away from defenders. At times, he can make difficult catches look easy. Tall with long arms. Solid after the catch setting up his blockers. Very good leaper and knows how to reach the ball at the high point.

Weaknesses: At this point in his career, Heyward-Bey is still more of a track athlete than a wide receiver. He's not the best route runner and will need to be coached heavily in this area. Wasn't really asked to go across the middle while at Maryland so his toughness is somewhat questionable. Unreliable as a blocker.

This Pick was made at 8:34 PM EST, the Arizona Cardinals are on the clock.

TheReverend
03-08-2009, 08:06 PM
With the 31st pick in the draft, the true SB Champs, the Arizona Cardinals select:

Alex Mack
http://www.nationalchamps.net/2007/sub/pics/small/california_alex_mack_sm.jpg

Pick made at 9:06 EST, the Pittsburgh Payoffs are on the clock.

skpac1001
03-08-2009, 09:03 PM
With the 32nd pick, the Steelers select youtube sensation Jarron Gilbert, DE.

http://media.scout.com/Media/Image/58/581501.jpg


Lions are on the clock.

Florida_Bronco
03-08-2009, 09:16 PM
With the 1st pick of the 2nd round the Detroit Lions select James Laurinaitis, MLB from Ohio State.

Pick made at 11:15PM EST

BroncoBuff
03-08-2009, 10:55 PM
With the 2nd pick of the 2nd Round, the defense-starved Chiefs select ....

Tennessee DE/LB
Robert Ayers

An up-and-comer first-team all-SEC player with upside.

http://img9.imageshack.us/img9/6651/99090785.jpg


Pick made at 10:55 p.m. Mountain time

ALF and the Rams are on the clock .....

Kaylore
03-09-2009, 10:03 AM
****Announcement****
We're having technical issues. A.L.F. was supposed to send out the notifications for round 2, but had a windows virus and couldn't tell me about it until now. No one has been notified since BB made his pick last night. I will be extending the time allotted for the next selection only to 11:00 PM tonight and then we'll get back on schedule with 12 hours per pick for round 2. Sorry for the inconvenience.

Also, it shows BroncoBuff as the person selecting for the Seahawks and the Chiefs. I'm pretty sure Socalorado is still the GM for the Seahawks, so disregard.

24champ
03-09-2009, 12:19 PM
With the third pick in the second round. The Rams select safety Louis Delmas!

http://www.footballsfuture.com/pic/photos/louis_delmas_300_250.jpg

Kaylore
03-09-2009, 11:44 PM
Boss Man's time has run out. He may select any time. Socalorado is on the clock.

eddie mac
03-10-2009, 03:34 AM
Edited

socalorado
03-10-2009, 06:52 AM
With the 5th pick of the 2nd round of the 2009 NFL draft, The Seattle Seahawks select,
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DAVID BRUTON FS NOTRE DAME

pick made at 7:55 MTN time, Magicchef and the Bengals are on the clock

MagicHef
03-10-2009, 08:20 AM
With the 6th pick in the second round, the Bengals select:

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Connor Barwin, OLB, Cincinnati

Pick made at 8:20AM MST, Arkie and the Jaguars are on the clock.

Boss Man
03-10-2009, 10:45 AM
With the 4th pick in the second round the Browns select: LeSean McCoy, Pittsburgh.

http://blog.pennlive.com/pasports/2007/10/large_mccoy_conn.jpg

Sorry it took so long... I drove from New Orleans to Denver yesterday in about 18 hours...

Arkie
03-10-2009, 10:57 AM
The Jacksonville Jaguars select...

William Beatty T Connecticut
6'6", 307

http://static.nfl.com/static/content/catch_all/nfl_image/combine/headshots/71199.jpg

Overview
A talented athlete capable of becoming one of the surprises of the 2009 draft. In a talented left tackle class, Beatty might be the best combination run blocker. Beatty's burst to the second level and explosive initial pop helped Donald Brown to a 2,000-yard season in 2008. Beatty demonstrated more than enough athleticism to protect the passer, though he was not a true blindside protector when lefty Jared Lorenzen was under center. The concern is that Beatty's level of play spiked dramatically as a senior, forcing scouts to determine if Beatty matured as a senior or was motivated by the promise of a big NFL paycheck. Had an arm span of 34 3/4 inches and a hand span of 10 inches at the combine.

Positives: Intriguing athleticism. ... Gets to the second level quickly. ... Good agility and straight-line speed to pull. ... Explosive initial pop. ... Flashes upper-body strength to lift and pancake defenders. ... Flashes an effective initial punch and has the body control to recoil and ease into his set. ... Good lateral quickness in pass protection. ... Good balance. ... Ascending talent despite starting four years. ... Characterized by UConn staff as having greatly matured as a senior. ... Could be just scratching the surface of his potential.

Negatives: Doesn't always sustain his blocks long enough. ... Good straight-line speed, but loses his feet in the trash. ... Potential one-year wonder. ... Really stepped up his level of play as a senior, sparking some debate whether his level of play will diminish once he's cashed an NFL paycheck. ... Earned no postseason accolades over his first three seasons, but earned first-team All-Big East honors as a senior. ... Broken leg that ended his sophomore season after only seven games requires a medical check at the Combine.

rugbythug
03-10-2009, 12:19 PM
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Archer81
03-10-2009, 02:20 PM
Packers Select, with the 9th pick in the 2nd round:

Chase Coffman, TE Missouri

http://tinyurl.com/b5lyok

:Broncos:

rovolution
03-10-2009, 11:44 PM
With the 42nd pick in the 2009 NFL Draft, the Buffalo Bills select:



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Max Unger, C/G, Oregon


Pick made at 11:43 PM Mountain Time (March 10th)

Expat and the 49ers are on the clock.

BowlenBall
03-11-2009, 01:02 AM
With the 43rd pick in the 2009 OM Mock Draft II, the San Francisco 49ers select:

QB Josh Freeman, Kansas State

http://i2.cdn.turner.com/si/2009/writers/bucky_brooks/02/10/qbs/josh-freeman.jpg

Overview
The highly recruited high school quarterback had an up-and-down career at Kansas State, but felt he showed enough to put his hat into the NFL Draft a year early. Strong-armed and mobile, Freeman led the Wildcats to their last bowl game as a true freshman. As a sophomore and junior, he completed 61.2 percent of his passes with 38 touchdowns and 19 interceptions. He also ran for 404 yards and 14 scores as a junior. His father, Ron, played in the USFL and was his high school defensive coordinator. It will be a process developing Freeman, but some team may take a chance in the first two rounds based on potential. Had an arm span of 32 3/4 inches and a hand span of 10 inches at the combine.

High School
Passed for more than 7,000 yards as a prep at Grandview High School ... A four-star rated prospect by both Rivals.com and Scout.com ... The No. 4 pro-style rated quarterback in the country by Rivals ... Also ranked as the No. 92 overall prospect in the nation by Rivals and the top player in the state of Missouri ... A top 100 Dream Team selection by PrepStar and the magazine's No. 9 quarterback nationally ... A 2005 EA Sports Elite 11 participant and one of just six quarterbacks selected to play in the prestigious U.S. Army High School All-America game ... The No. 6 player in the Midlands region and No. 8 quarterback nationally by SuperPrep ... Led Grandview to a 7-4 record, a district title and a berth in the sectional round of the Missouri state playoffs as a senior ... Completed 151-of-286 passes (53 percent) for 2,622 yards and 33 touchdowns in 2005 ... Also rushed for five scores ... Earned first team Class 4 all-state honors from the Missouri Sportswriters and Sportscasters Association ... Selected to the Kansas City Star All-Metro team and was the 2005 Tony Simone Award winner as the top player in the Kansas City metro area ... Topped 2,400 yards through the air with 23 touchdowns as a junior ... Had 1,946 passing yards and 24 passing TDs as a sophomore, leading Grandview to a 9-3 record and a spot in the quarterfinals of the Class 4 playoffs ... Set 10 school records during his career at Grandview, including career passing yards (7,175), passing touchdowns (78), attempts (809), completions (385), yards passing in a game (403) and touchdowns in a game (6) ... Coached by Jason Godfrey.

Analysis Positives: Tall frame with a solid build. Arm strength allows him to make all of the NFL throws and attack the deep half. Stands tall, and will step up in the pocket, keep his eyes downfield and deliver the ball to secondary target. Good, not great, quickness on release. Keeps the ball low over the middle, away from defenders. Can be accurate on fades and corner routes, although he needs a bit more air under the ball. Good straight-ahead runner with long strides and deceptive speed, can shed arm tackles and uses his tall frame to get extra yards after contact. Dropped some weight for his senior year to improve his footwork and speed. Works under center and in the shotgun.

Negatives: Must improve his footwork. Height makes him take long strides in his drop. Fails to step into his throws or square his shoulders at times, relying on his arm strength too often. Inconsistent accuracy from the pocket and throwing on the run. Needs to anticipate downfield throws better, sometimes getting the ball to his receiver a second early or late. Makes poor decisions trying to make plays that aren't there, leading to turnovers. Doesn't feel back-side pressure. Lacks touch on shorter throws. Ball comes out of his hands poorly at times, negating his arm strength. Sometimes pats the ball before the throws. Loose with the ball in the pocket and as a runner. Doesn't move the pile as you'd expect in short-yardage situations, but his height allows him to be effective.


Pick made at:
11:05 a.m. UTC +4 (Abu Dhabi)
3:05 a.m. North American Eastern Time Zone
2:05 a.m. North American Central Time Zone
1:05 a.m. Mountain Time Zone
12:05 a.m. Pacific Time Zone
11:05 p.m. Alaska Standard Time

Kaylore is now on the clock....

Kaylore
03-11-2009, 09:12 AM
With the 44th pick that the Dolphins conned out of Daniel Snyder, Miami is pleased to select.

Clint Sintim
Outside Linebacker Virginia

http://media.charlotteobserver.com/smedia/2008/10/18/21/301-20081018_kdl_sb4_458.standalone.prod_affiliate.138 .JPG

Overview

The Dolphins are happy to pick a player that wasn't already drafted and mysteriously missing from JCME's alpha list (cough)Britton(cough). Sintim's size and athleticism allows him to play either outside or inside. He is a team leader and plays with a high motor.

People will be rocking it in Miami when Sintim is taken, and then one night at a party, Clint will be found murdered in the bathroom. A women in a red mini skirt will scream and then the party will be broken up. Police will arrive and as they take evidence they'll notice a gunshot wound in the neck. David Caruso will walk in, look at him, put his sunglasses on and say:

"Looks like someone's handing out cheap shots, and I need to play commissioner."
http://dontcostnothing.files.wordpress.com/2007/04/david-caruso.jpg

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BFDD
03-11-2009, 03:15 PM
posting from my phone.....

? DT Evander Hood, Missouri

pick was made at 3:14 texans are now on the clock

ColoradoBuff
03-11-2009, 03:33 PM
With the 46th pick the Houston Texans select:

William Moore, S, Univ. of Missouri
http://www.thefootballexpert.com/william%20moore_Missouri_v_Arkansas.jpg

Height: 6-0<SUP>1/8</SUP> | Weight: 221 | 40-Time: 4.53

Outstanding size with long arms...Muscular with great bulk...A great athlete...Tough and physical...A big hitter who strikes fear into the hearts of the opposition...Does a terrific job against the run...Has excellent range...Explosive with a burst to close...Decent hands and ball skills...Has shown the ability to make plays in coverage...Real versatile...Productive...Strong work ethic...A team leader and captain.

Weaknesses:
Durability is a concern...Questionable instincts...Can be slow to read and react...Misses too many tackles...Too aggressive at times...Lacks fluid hips...Speed is merely average...Will struggle to match up with wideouts in man coverage...Needs to face the action...Lets emotions gets the best of him ... Might be more effective if he lost a little weight.

Notes:
Was a two year starter for the Tigers...Began his college career as a cornerback...A 2nd Team All-American in 2007...Previously wore #21...Missed three games with a hamstring injury in 2005 and later required offseason surgery to place a screw in his broken foot...Underwent surgery to repair a torn labrum in his shoulder following the 2007 season...Was hindered by foot and rib injuries for most of his senior season...Was kept near the line a lot in 2008 and that was a big reason for the drop in his interception totals...Hybrid who has been used in a variety of different roles and has the ability to operate like a free safety, strong safety or corner...Impressive physical specimen who looked like a future Top 10 overall pick at one point...Stock dropped a bit as a senior but he still has a lot of potential.



pick made at 3:31 Pm Mtn time. Patriots are on the clock.

Rohirrim
03-11-2009, 06:10 PM
With (what should have been their third pick) the 47th pick in the OM II Draft, the New England Patriots select:

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DJ Moore CB 5'10" (???) 182 Vanderbilt

Moore is one of the most versatile players in not only the SEC, but also the entire nation. In addition to being the defensive star for the surprising Vanderbilt Commodores, Moore also returns kicks and is sometimes used at receiver to maximize his rare assembly of skills. He is an athletic wonder at 5'10'' and 182 pounds (although height could be a minor issue on Sundays) while running under 4.4 in the 40-yard-dash. Moore is already off to a stellar start in 2008, shutting down his opponents' best receivers and leading the conference in punt returning. In other words, he is picking up right where he left off with his remarkable 2007 campaign as a sophomore. The cornerback led the SEC in interceptions with six and was among the SEC and national leaders in solo tackles (63), total tackles (83), and pass breakups (10). Moore is just a junior, but he already has plenty of experience. He played in every Vanderbilt game as a true freshman in 2006 and even started nine consecutive games at cornerback. Clearly ready to depart Nashville and take his talents to the next level, Moore could be a first-round selection in 2009. His stock is on the rise and there's no reason to think it won't climb higher at the NFL combine.

Pick made at 6:17 Broncos time. JCM and the Broncos on the clock.

JCMElway
03-11-2009, 11:01 PM
With the 48th pick in the NFL Draft, the Denver Broncos select:

Sean Smith, CB/S, Utah

2/25/09: When you're compared to NFL Hall of Famer Mel Blount, you know you're having a great combine. Mike Mayock made that comparison. Sean Smith's 40 may have pushed him into Round 1.

2/23/09: Actually measured in taller than expected; 6-4 is pretty impressive.

Smith is a skilled defensive back who possesses great size and playmaking ability. He has good straight-line speed and matches up well against tall, physical receivers. He doesn’t possess a fluid backpedal, but transitions with receivers vertically, locates the ball and uses his athleticism to make a play. He has good awareness, but isn’t a physical player who defends the run well. - Chris Steuber, Scout.com

The Joker
03-12-2009, 05:46 AM
With the 49th pick in the NFL Draft, the Chicago Bears select

OT - Phil Loadholt - Oklahoma

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6ft 8' - 337 pounds

Strengths: Mammoth frame and strength with a relatively low body fat considering his position ... Extremely long wingspan ... An absolutely powerful, tenacious run blocker ... Finishes the play and buries his opponent ... Very strong hands ... Gets a push at the line of scrimmage ... Has improved penalty rate since junior season ... Good stamina and plays just as hard in the fourth quarter as he does in the first quarter.

Weaknesses: Guaranteed to struggle with speed at the next level ... More of a waist bender and not a natural knee bender ... Must improve technique to gain more leverage against more powerful defensive ends ... Sluggish feet ... Does not have the hips to recover when beat on the edge ... Struggles with pass rushing double moves ... Not versatile at all; will be relegated to right tackle ... Not very much upside because he lacks the athletic ability to be a great pass protector ... Not going to fit every scheme.

Summary: Loadholt has the potential to be one of the elite run blockers in the league at right tackle, but that is all you can expect out of him. Not many teams are going to have him high on their depth chart because he might not fit their scheme and he provides zero versatility. To be blunt, he is more big than talented.

Player Comparison: Tony Pashos. Pashos' bread and butter is in the running game and he also struggles with speed at right tackle.

The Bears feel he will be a superb compliment to last years first round pick Chris Williams, giving the Bears their OT's for the next decade.

Loadholt will play RT and provide a big boost to the running attack and Matt Forte.

The Buccaneers are now on the clock.

Northman
03-12-2009, 09:29 AM
With the 50th pick in the 2009 NFL Mock Draft the Tampa Bay Buccanears select:

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Name: Lawrence Sidbury
Position: DE
School: Richmond
Height: 6'4
Weight: 251


Overview
One of the finest DE prospects in the FCS. Ran much faster and was taller and heavier than listed at the NFL Combine. Also added a 4.43 short shuttle, a 10'0" broad jump and leaped 35" in the vertical.

Lawrence was fairly quiet in college before absolutely exploding onto the scene as a senior, piling up 13 sacks, including 3 in that national title game versus Montana. Also kept his stock rising with two fine post-season all-star game appearances.

Strengths
Explosive edge rusher who shows the lateral movement skills to convert to a 3-4 pass-rushing SAM, but could remain as a 4-3 end for some teams as well. Very strong. Quick and straight-line fast. Has a variety of moves and has gotten more diverse and mature in the use of them as his career has moved forward. Smart and mature. Coachable. Understands the game and studies tendencies.

Weaknesses
Not really smooth in pass drops and hasn't had to do it much. Better sacker than tackler. Can miss in space. Not as disciplined as you'd like him to be, but that can be coached up. Not yet an elite edge setter against the run.

Conklin
03-12-2009, 09:57 AM
With the 51st pick in the Draft, the Dallas Cowboys are pleased to select:

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Patrick Chung


5’11, 210 pounds | Strong safety | <st1:state w:st="on"><st1:place w:st="on">Oregon</st1:place></st1:state>
Strengths: Great instincts for the position. Reads plays incredibly well. Seems like he’s always around the ball, especially against the run. Works through traffic nicely. Takes excellent angles toward the ball carrier. Chung does a great job breaking down and tackling in space. Can be an intimidating hitter over the middle in pass coverage. Moves well laterally, especially near the line of scrimmage against the run. Loves to play near the line to stop the run. Powerful hitter and a solid tackler. Very active near the line of scrimmage. Takes good angles outside. Closes on the ball quickly in the short area. Intelligent player. Called the audibles for <st1:place w:st="on"><st1:state w:st="on">Oregon</st1:state></st1:place>’s secondary.
<o:p></o:p>Weaknesses: Doesn’t have great deep or recovery speed when he gets beat. Solid athleticism for a safety. Above-average athlete, but a little stiff in the hips when he has to turn and run. Slightly undersized for a strong safety. Frame probably can’t carry much more weight. Average hands. Has dropped some interceptions.
<o:p></o:p>Final word: Chung has been a starter since his redshirt freshman season and his instincts and intelligence shows as much. Has been an all-conference performer his entire career. Loves to play near the line of scrimmage against the run. Adept at pass coverage, but lacks some speed. A rover in college who could struggle at first adapting to a "pure" position in the NFL. Will contribute immediately on special teams. Relentless player. Fun to watch.
<o:p></o:p>Round projection: 2

Eddie Mac and the Jets are now on the Clock

Conklin
03-12-2009, 09:57 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 and EddieMac - 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 - BFDD -- 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 Laurinitis, LB 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, 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) - BFDD - 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 - Schism - Phil Loadholt, OT - Oklahoma
50 2-18 Buccaneers - Northman - Lawrence Sidbury, DE - Richmond
51 2-19 Cowboys - Conklin - Patrick Chung, S, - Oregon
52 2-21 Jets - Req & Eddie Mac -
53 2-22 Eagles - Oskie -
54 2-23 Vikings - Jebures -
55 2-24 Falcons - Drek
56 2-25 Dolphins - Kaylore -
57 2-26 Ravens - Houshy -
58 2-27 Patriots - Rohirrim -
59 2-31 Panthers - GoWyo
60 2-29 Giants - BFDD
61 2-28 Colts - Dekers -
62 2-32 Titans - Lycan -
63 2-20 Cardinals - TheReverend -
64 2-30 Steelers - Skpac1001 -

JCMElway
03-12-2009, 02:39 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 and EddieMac - 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 - BFDD -- 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 Laurinitis, LB 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, 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) - BFDD - 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 - Schism - Phil Loadholt, OT, Oklahoma
50 2-18 Buccaneers - Northman - Lawrence Sidbury, DE, Richmond
51 2-19 Cowboys - Conklin - Patrick Chung, S, Oregon
52 2-21 Jets - Req & Eddie Mac - 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 - BFDD - 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 - May select at any time
72 3-8 Jaguars - Arkie -
73 3-9 Packers - sirhcyennek -
74 3-10 49ers - Expatfan -
75 3-11 Bills - Rovolution -
76 3-12 Jets (Saints) - Req/Eddie Mac -
77 3-13 Texans - Hawk's Boys -
78 3-14 Chargers - brncs_fan -
79 3-15 Broncos - JCMElway
80 3-16 Redskins - random -
81 3-17 Buccaneers - Northman -
82 3-18 Lions (Cowboys) - Florida Bronco -
83 3-20 Packers (Jets) - sirhcyennek
84 3-21 Bears - Schism -
85 3-22 Eagles - Oskie -
86 3-23 Vikings - Jebures -
87 3-24 Dolphins - Kaylore -
88 3-25 Ravens - Houshy -
89 3-26 Patriots - Rohirrim -
90 3-27 Falcons - Drek -
91 3-28 Giants - BFDD -
92 3-31 Colts - Dekers -
93 3-30 Panthers - GoWyo -
94 3-32 Titans - Lycan -
95 3-19 Cardinals - TheRev -
96 3-29 Steelers - Skpac

Round 4

97 4-1 Cowboys (Lions) - Conklin
98 4-2 Chiefs - Broncobuff -
99 4-3 Rams - ALF -
100 4-4 Browns - Boss Man
101 4-5 Seahawks - Socalorado -
102 4-6 Bengals - Magichef -
103 4-7 Jaguars - Arkie -
104 4-8 Raiders - Rugbythug -
105 4-9 Packers - sirhcyennek -
106 4-10 Bills - Rovolution -
107 4-11 49ers - Expatfan -
108 4-12 Texans - Hawk's Boys -
109 4-13 Chargers - brncs_fan -
110 4-14 Broncos - JCMElway -
111 4-15 Jets (Redskins) - Worm -
112 4-16 Saints - Worm -
113 4-17 Cowboys - Conklin -
114 4-19 Saints (Jets) - Worm -
115 4-20 Bears - Schism -
116 4-21 Buccaneers - Northman -
117 4-22 Eagles - Oskie -
118 4-23 Vikings - Jebures -
119 4-24 Ravens - Houshy -
120 4-25 Patriots - Rohirrim -
121 4-26 Falcons - Drek -
122 4-27 Dolphins - Kaylore -
123 4-30 Colts - Dekers -
124 4-29 Panthers - GoWyo -
125 4-31 Giants - BFDD -
126 4-32 Titans - Lycan -
127 4-18 Cardinals - TheRev -
128 4-28 Steelers - Skpac -

Round 5

129 5-1 Lions - Florida Bronco -
130 5-2 Rams - ALF -
131 5-3 Chiefs - Broncobuff -
132 5-4 Broncos (Seahawks) - JCMElway -
133 5-5 Eagles (Browns) - Oskie -
134 5-6 Bengals - Magichef -
135 5-7 Falcons (Raiders) - Drek -
136 5-8 Jaguars - Arkie -
137 5-9 Packers - sirhcyennek -
138 5-10 49ers - Expatfan -
139 5-11 Bills - Rovolution -
140 5-12 Chargers - brncs_fan -
141 5-13 Broncos - JCMElway -
142 5-14 Redskins - random -
143 5-15 Giants (Saints) - BFDD -
144 5-16 Texans - Hawk's Boys
145 5-18 Jets - Req/Eddie Mac -
146 5-19 Bears - Schism -
147 5-20 Buccaneers - Northman -
148 5-21 Cowboys - Conklin -
149 5-22 Eagles - Oskie -
150 5-23 Vikings - Jebures -
151 5-24 Patriots - Rohirrim -
152 5-25 Falcons - Drek -
153 5-26 Dolphins - Kaylore -
154 5-27 Ravens - Houshy -
155 5-29 Colts - Dekers -
156 5-28 Panthers - GoWyo
157 5-30 Giants - BFDD -
158 5-32 Cowboys (Titans) - Conklin -
159 5-17 Cardinals - TheRev -
160 5-31 Steelers - Skpac -

Round 6

161 6-1 Lions
162 6-2 Chiefs
163 6-3 Rams
164 6-4 Browns
165 6-5 Seahawks
166 6-6 Bengals
167 6-7 Jaguars
168 6-8 Raiders
169 6-9 Packers
170 6-10 Bills
171 6-11 49ers
172 6-12 Broncos
173 6-13 Redskins
174 6-14 Packers (From Saints)
175 6-15 Texans
176 6-16 Chargers
177 6-17 Buccaneers (From Chicago)
178 6-18 Bears (From Buccaneers)
179 6-19 Lions (From Cowboys)
180 6-20 Jets
181 6-22 Eagles
182 6-23 Eagles (From Vikings)
183 6-24 Falcons
184 6-25 Cowboys (from Dolphins)
185 6-26 Ravens
186 6-27 Patriots
187 6-31 Panthers
188 6-29 Giants
189 6-28 Colts
190 6-32 Titans
191 6-21 Cardinals
192 6-30 Steelers

Round 7

193 7-1 Cowboys (From Lions)
194 7-2 Chiefs
195 7-3 Rams
196 7-4 Dolphins (From Cleveland)
197 7-5 Seahawks
198 7-6 Bengals
199 7-7 Buccaneers (From Jaguars)
200 7-8 Raiders
201 7-9 Packers
202 7-10 Bills
203 7-11 49ers
204 7-12 Texans
205 7-13 Chargers
206 7-14 Broncos
207 7-15 Vikings (From Redskins)
208 7-16 Saints
209 7-17 Steelers (From Buccaneers)
210 7-18 Cowboys
211 7-19 Jets
212 7-21 Bears
213 7-22 Eagles
214 7-23 Vikings
215 7-24 Dolphins
216 7-25 Ravens
217 7-26 Patriots
218 7-27 Broncos (From Falcons)
219 7-28 Colts
220 7-31 Dolphins (from Carolina)
221 7-30 Giants
222 7-32 Titans
223 7-20 Cardinals
224 7-29 Steelers

Alpha list:
Atanytime, Mayselect
Ayers, Robert
Barwin, Connor
Beatty, William
Brace, Ron
Britton, Eben
Britt, Kenny
Brown, Donald
Brown, Everette
Bruton, David
Butler, Darius
Byrd, Jarius
Chung, Patrick
Coffman, Chase
Cook, Jared
Crabtree, Michael
Curry, Aaron
Cushing, Brian
Davis, Vontae
Delmas, Louis
English, Larry
Francies, Coye
Freeman, Josh
Freeman, Marcus
Gilbert, Jarron
Green, Shonn
Harvin, Percy
Heyward-Bey, Darrius
Hood, Evander
Iglesias, Juaquin
Jackson, Tyson
Jenkins, Malcolm
Jennings, Rashad
Johnson, Jeremiah
Johnson, Michael
Johnson, Rashad
Kruger, Paul
Laurinitis, James
Loadholt, Phil
Mack, Alex
Maclin, Jeremy
Maualuga, Rey
Maybin, Aaron
McCoy, LeSean
Meredith, Jamon
Moala, Fili
Monroe, Eugene
Moore, DJ
Moore, William
Moreno, Knowshon
Murphy, Louis
Nicks, Hakeem
Oher, Michael
Orakpo, Brian
Peria, Jerry
Pettigrew, Brandon
Pryor, Myron
Raji, BJ
Robinson, Duke
Robiske, Brian
Sanchez, Mark
Sidbury. Lawrence
Sintim, Clint
Smith, Alphonso
Smith, Andre
Smith, Jason
Smith, Sean
Stafford, Matt
Unger, Max
Wells, Chris

eddie mac
03-12-2009, 05:45 PM
With the 52nd pick in the 2009 OM II GM Mock Draft the New York Jets select

Donald Brown RB Connecticut

Overview
Brown doesn't have any special measurements that stand out to scouts, but it's hard to think of something he can't do. His early entry into the draft came after leading the nation with 2,083 rushing yards and scoring 18 touchdowns as a junior, including a huge 261-yard effort as the 2009 International Bowl MVP.



He was named an All-American and the Big East Offensive Player of the Year for his efforts. That total was more than the combined 1,717 yards in his first two seasons while working in a platoon system with the talented Andre Dixon (who suffered a 2008 preseason injury to open the door for Brown) in 2007 and taking over for star back Terry Caulley as a redshirt freshman.



The fact that others have enjoyed so much success under head coach Randy Edsall is one of the key questions scouts are seeking to answer. Brown's production, like Central Florida's Kevin Smith last year, is undeniable, but considering the success of past UConn backs -- and their subsequent lack of success in the NFL -- Brown will have his doubters on draft day. Had an arm span of 31 1/2 inches and a hand span of 9 inches at the combine.

Analysis
Positives: Compact build. Runs with a low center of gravity. Good speed to and through the hole. Best attributes might be his vision and stop-and-start ability. Shifty runner who can slide in and out of the hole at the point of attack and hit the seam before it really opens. Deceptively fast once he gets to the second level. Good balance to appear to lean one way to deceive the oncoming safety, only to bounce the other. At least adequate straight-line speed to gain yardage in chunks. Soft hands out of the backfield and an alert receiver. High effort player.



Negatives: A bit narrow in his shoulders and might lack the frame to add much weight. Might lack the bulk and leg drive to be a true bell-cow runner at the NFL level. Lacks elite speed to breakaway from NFL defenders. Marginal size and strength as a pass blocker. Struggles of past Connecticut backs to translate their collegiate success to the NFL will force some teams to pause on draft day, especially considering the role left tackle William Beatty -- himself a first-day prospect -- had on Brown's success.

Pick made at 5-40 MST, Oskie and the Eagles are OTC

Broncoman13
03-12-2009, 08:51 PM
With the 53rd pick in the 2009 OrangeMane Mock Draft (Deux), the Philadelphia Eagles select (with great happiness and pride!)...


Michael Johnson, DE

For those that haven't been paying attention, Michael Johnson recently ran in the 4.5's at his pro day AND at least one scout had him in the 4.4s. Rare size/speed combo. His production is not what you would expect from a player with his athleticism, but his best football days are in front of him. Come draft day, I'm guessing he will be a top 20 pick. Teams will not pass up this athlete!

Height:
6'7"
Weight:
266
College:
Georgia Tech
Conference:
ACC
Hometown:
Selma, AL
High School:
Dallas County
Analysis

Positives: Rare athleticism for the position, making a switch to outside linebacker possible at the next level. ... Lanky, athletic frame with the room for considerable growth. ... Gained upper- and lower-body strength in his senior year and flashed the ability to bull rush tackles into the backfield. ... Takes advantage of his long arms to keep pass blockers at a distance. ... Able to keep tackles off his knees to avoid the cut block. ... Locates the ball quickly and can re-direct his charge. ... Good lateral agility and balance. ... Good straight-line speed. ... Accelerates quickly and has legitimate closing ability. ... Flashes the ability to punch, rip off and back up tackles using his length and increasing strength. ... Able to drop quickly, handle coverage responsibilities in the flat and has the hands to break up or intercept balls thrown in his area. ... Reads the quarterback's eyes to get hands in passing lanes. ... Able to force fumbles using his length to get a hand on the ball.

Negatives: Is an unfinished product who needs to be more consistent in his technique and effort. ... May be relegated to a role as a pass-rush specialist at defensive end until he gains more strength. ... Too often relies on his speed to the outside to generate his pass rush, losing all gap responsibility. ... Inconsistent in his explosiveness off the ball and as a tackler. ... Has the speed and length to make life difficult for NFL tackles but must give more constant effort. ... Washed out when blockers (even smaller tight ends) get into his pads; his height is a detriment in those situations. ... Tends to stand around too much instead of chasing plays. ... Johnson has struggled with various injuries over his career.

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Kaylore
03-13-2009, 09:10 AM
Jebures' time has lasped and he may select any time. Drek is now on the clock.

Drek
03-13-2009, 09:30 AM
With the 55th pick in the 2009 NFL Draft the Atlanta Falcons select....

Brian Robiskie, WR, Ohio State University

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Combine Numbers
Height: 6'2.7"
Weight: 209 lbs.
40 dash: 4.46
20 dash: 2.62
10 dash: 1.53
bench: NA
vertical: 37.5'
broad jump: NA*
20 shuttle: 4.19
3 cone: 6.72
*cramped during broad jump

The son of Falcons WR coach Terry Robiskie joins his father in the NFL, on an offensive unit that is poised to take a major leap forward in 2009.

While the Falcons would've been interested in some defensive help at this point, the value of Robiskie at this point is too much to pass up and is a big step towards making them an elite offensive team in the NFL for the duration of Matt Ryan's career.

Robiskie is a big, fast, physical WR with very reliable hands. His constant professionalism shows that he is a coach's son and he's a stand up character guy as well.

He could probably use to add some bulk, but he doesn't need to, and also gives the Falcons some leverage if contract difficulties arrive with White or Jenkins.

Kaylore
03-13-2009, 10:04 AM
With the 56th pick in the NFL draft, the Miami Dolphins are pleased to select

Offensive tackle from South Carolina
Jamon Meredith (http://draftguys.com/index.php/articles/dgtv_1/ot_-_jamon_meredith_-_south_carolina/)
Click name for Draft Guys video
http://img.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2008/04_04/rockyAP2304_468x706.jpg
Jamon demonstrates a punch move


Overview

Jamon is a bear, a bruising lineman that plays with the bulk and strength of a guard, but has the feet of a left tackle. Meredith's intelligence and experience allowed him to play all along the offensive line for the Gamecocks. His versatility alone will probably have him drafted higher than I did here. Meredith shores up the other side of an offensive line that is markedly improved over last season. Meredith with have a signing bonus of thirteen tons of Alaskan salmon.

Jamon's only weakness is his last name: Meredith. Aside from it being a girl's name, and a somewhat antiquated one at that, it is the same name as "heavy girl" with freckles and red hair who had a crush on me in first grade. She sent her friends over to make me be her boyfriend. I flatly refused and when they asked why I said "because she's fat." The friend, her name was Tracy I think, insisted I "try and be her girl friend." I said no and left to go play punch ball (a game we made up with not really any rules) with my friends. This experience caused Jamon to slide on my draft board, and now that it's posted here, NFL scouts that read our forum like it's word of God will likely knock him down a grade as well. Nonetheless, full transparency is required here and so I must do what I must do. :pity:

jebures
03-13-2009, 03:44 PM
Jared Cook TE from South Carolina, pick made at 444 pm central time

Kaylore
03-13-2009, 09:31 PM
Houshyomomma's time has lapsed. He may select any time. Rohirrim is on the clock.

Houshyamama
03-14-2009, 12:28 AM
With the 57th pick in the 2009 NFL Draft, the Baltimore Ravens select:

Fili Moala, DT/DE

6-4/295


Strengths: Nice height and solid build with room to gain bulk ... Long arms ... Holds up well against the run ... Strong football player and can disengage ... Decent pass rusher ... Has solid instincts and does a decent job of recognizing play action.

Weaknesses: Athleticism isn't there ... Stiff in the hips and doesn't have much balance or flexibility ... Motor is very inconsistent ... Size is good, but as of now it isn't anything to rave about (must gain more strength) ... Lacks explosion when the ball is snapped ... Production is simply average, especially considering he was on the same line of Lawrence Jackson and Sedrick Ellis ... Unimpressive overall skill set.

Summary: The most overrated player in the country. I can't believe he is in the top five of so many mock drafts right now (including No. 1 on Todd McFraud's) ... The hype is going on because of whom he plays for; not his individual skill ... Production isn't impressive when you consider the talent around him ... Needs to step up.

Player Comparison: Igor Olshansky. Can't play three-technique, but can be an adequate nose tackle in the 4-3; best fit is at five-technique in the 3-4 where he can plug the run going against offense tackles using his size to his advantage.

Rohirrim
03-14-2009, 04:05 AM
With the 58th pick of the OM II Draft, the Patsies select:

http://assets.sbnation.com/assets/21114/Iglesias.jpg

Juaquin Iglesias WR 6' 205 Oklahoma

STRENGTHS
Juaquin reminds me a lot of Jericho Cotchery (WR Jets). He has good size and excellent quickness. His route running improves every game I watch him play. Juaquin has very good hands and is starting to understand situational football. He moves the chains and is a tough kid who will go over the middle to catch the ball. It looks like he is a very good teammate with an excellent work ethic because of his surprising improvement this year from game to game. This kid has talent. Some of it may be hidden at this point, but it is there.

NEEDS TO IMPROVE
Juaquin may remind me of Jericho, but he is not as far along in his WR development as Jericho was when he came out in the draft. That being said, if the kid improves as quickly as he has this year, he could very well turn into a #1 WR. Before that can happen, he will have to learn to deal with the bump and run, get stronger, run much better routes and learn to get deep. In the meantime, he should be a pretty good punt returner.

TALENT BOARD ROUND 2
Juaquin still has a lot to learn. He has to learn how to use his speed to get deep as well as run better routes than he does right now. He does a very good job getting open and understands how to help his QB out at critical times in a game. He also has great hands, but his best attribute is his quickness off the line and in and out of breaks. As soon as Juaquin learns the tricks of the trade, he will become one of the main cogs in a team's passing game. He should become a QB's best friend because he has excellent hands. Juaquin will learn how to get deep and when he does, he will become a very difficult WR to cover one on one. Teams will look at him on film and think they should be able to cover him one on one, but once they get on the field and the game starts, they will discover otherwise. Juaquin has the ability to become a #1 WR, but it will take some time. He still has a lot to learn, but I do like this kid's potential and he looks to have a very good work ethic.

Pick made at 0400 Broncos time. GoWyo and the Panthers are on the clock.

GoHAM
03-14-2009, 08:28 AM
With the 59th pick in the draft the Carolina Panthers finally join the party and select:

Ron Brace, DT, Boston College
6'3", 334 pounds

http://www.warroomreport.com/images/2009draft/dt/ronbrace.jpg

Strengths: Brace possesses the size of a two-gap plugger, but the quickness to of a one-gap tackle. He uses that size and quickness to stuff the run nicely. He has a powerful base and is hard to move around. Because of that, running backs have to adjust where they're going or run right into Brace. Strong against the double team. During the 2008 season, Brace would regularly take up two blockers so teammate B.J. Raji could burst into the backfield. Uses his power to collapse the interior of the pocket. Good agility, which allows him to slide down the line really well.

Weaknesses: Not especially productive. Had only 27 tackles as a senior, which is just over two a game. Really not a factor rushing the pass unless he can push a blocker back or gets an open lane. Some questions about his durability due to recurring back ailment in 2008. Pursuit and effort are lacking at times. Doesn't always fight hard to get through double teams. Inconsistent with his technique. Will get too upright at times negating his his strength.

Final word: Brace is a top run-stopping tackle who was often overshadowed by Raji. He may not be much of a pass rusher, but his ability against the run warrants such a high grade. A second-team All ACC member in 2008 and honorable mention in 2007. Has some versatility because he's a multi-technique tackle.


This pick was made at 8:28 am Mountain time, The Giants and BFDD are on the clock.

BFDD
03-14-2009, 10:17 AM
with the 60th pick the NYG pick marcus freeman OLB, Ohio State

http://benkoo.com/wp-content/uploads/2008/01/gholston1.jpg

Pros: Very strong with a thick nfl ready body..Very tough and a punishing tackler..Good closing speed and has the ability to be a sideline to sideline player with above average speed..Average in coverage probably better in zone and has shown to be able to break up passes..Versatile line backer who could play any of the three spots in the 4-3..

Cons: At only 6'1 is viewed as a little bit undersized..Needs more work shedding blockers, gets engaged for to long a time..Tends to be stiff at times on the field and has shown problems with breaking down to tackle quicker players..

Pick was made at 10am MST, the colts are now on the clock

Kaylore
03-14-2009, 10:29 PM
Dekers time has lapsed. Lycan is now on the clock.

Lycan
03-15-2009, 02:13 AM
The Tennessee Titans select Jairus Byrd CB, Oregon


http://cache.daylife.com/imageserve/07us3TA04R7In/340x.jpg


Positives: Well-built athlete. … Good initial jam at the line of scrimmage. … Loose hips to turn and run with the receiver. … Can shadow the receiver due to very good lateral quickness and the ability to plant and go out of his cuts. … Late explosive burst to close on the ball. … Gets his hands on a lot of passes. … Natural playmaker with soft hands for the interception. … Times leaps well and can snatch the ball out of the air. … Good body control to make the catch outside of his frame. … Natural with the ball in his hands. … Good feel for the return. … Good vision to set up blocks. … Good agility and has a quick burst to accelerate. … Reliable open-field tackler. … Breaks down in space well and wraps his arms securely. … Willing to come up in run support. … Good bloodlines. … Father, Gil Byrd, was a two-time Pro Bowl cornerback with San Diego and recently served as Chicago Bears' DB coach.

Negatives: More quick than he is fast. … May lack the straight-line speed for a traditional man-to-man scheme. … Can be grabby in coverage, likely to lead to pass interference penalties in the NFL. … Reliable open-field tackler, but isn't an intimidating hitter. … Assisted by an aggressive pass rush and a veteran secondary at Oregon.


Pick made at 4:12 AM EST, The Arizona Cardinals are on the clock.

dekers
03-15-2009, 04:44 AM
sorry guys the colts pick .

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TheReverend
03-15-2009, 10:11 AM
Arizona selects:

Paul Kruger, DE Utah

http://cache.deadspin.com/assets/images/deadspin/2008/08/kruger.jpg

Arizona is happy to find a player with one kidney capable of performing at the level of Paul Kruger. Arizona is also pleased to note that with government funding of Stem Cell research, the Cardinals plan to re-grow his second kidney, which will properly allow him to abuse methylated androgenic steroids and become a super human Merriman-esque wrecking crew on the defensive side of the ball.

skpac1001
03-15-2009, 10:20 AM
The Steelers select Coye Francies, CB, San Jose State
http://cache.daylife.com/imageserve/009T55UcX0fVm/340x.jpg

Florida_Bronco
03-15-2009, 12:45 PM
With the 1st pick of the 3rd round the Detroit Lions select Rashad Johnson, free safety from Alabama.

Pick made at 2:45pm EST. The Chiefs (BroncoBuff) are now on the clock.

BroncoBuff
03-15-2009, 11:42 PM
With the 3rd pick in the 3rd Round, the chefs select:

Shonn Green
RB Iowa

http://1.bp.blogspot.com/_RVLfSMIB7K0/SV42llWmqRI/AAAAAAAARx8/A7P2gTyAlJc/s400/shonnGreen.jpg


Pick made at 11:42 Mountain Time on Sunday night.

I realize this pick came before A.L.F. chose, but he p.m.'d me that I was on the clock, I forwarded that PM to the Khan-missioner, and then I picked. So there.

Florida_Bronco
03-16-2009, 12:00 AM
Was the draft order changed? ??? When I made my pick, I looked at the order and could have sworn Buff was right after me. I don't think I would have missed the person right after me. ???

24champ
03-16-2009, 12:07 AM
eff it, Buff can have Greene.

The Rams select OG Duke Robinson from Oklahoma with the 3rd overall pick in the 3rd round.


http://i.cdn.turner.com/si/multimedia/photo_gallery/0808/cfb.preseason.all.america.team/images/duke-robinson(J.P.WilsonSMI).jpg

socalorado
03-16-2009, 07:26 AM
With the 68th pick in the 3rd round, the Seahawks select

http://assets.espn.go.com/photo/2008/1129/ncf_g_johnson2_600.jpg
Jeremiah Johnson RB ORE

Kaylore
03-16-2009, 09:05 AM
Was the draft order changed? ??? When I made my pick, I looked at the order and could have sworn Buff was right after me. I don't think I would have missed the person right after me. ???

The draft order hasn't been changed. Remember that it doesn't repeat the same order every round. In the future to avoid confusion just let ALF or myself send the notifications to the GM's when they're on the clock. It looks like ALF didn't want that guy anyway so we're all good.

Conklin
03-16-2009, 12:08 PM
with the 5th pick in the third round, the cowboys select: Louis Murphy, WR, Florida
http://www.sun-sentinel.com/media/photo/2009-02/45242477.jpg

A true senior wide receiver who will be on the men’s track and field team in the spring of 2008…CAREER: Has seen action in 48 games at Florida, with 26 starts…Deep threat with 1,245 yards and 13 touchdowns on 77 receptions…Has a career-long grab of 66-yards, Florida’s longest pass play in the 2007 campaign…Caught a career-best six receptions against Troy and scored two touchdowns before halftime against Florida State, also a personal best mark… 2008: Selected as a team captain for the 2008 season…Started in every game for the Gators…Extended his streak of consecutive games with a reception to 27 in the Gators’ BCS National Championship Game win…Led the team in receiving yards (655) and ranked second in receptions (38) and average receiving yards per game with 46.8…Led all wide receivers in receiving yards in Florida victories over Hawaii, Miami, Arkansas and Alabama… Averaged 17.2 yards per catch, tied for fourth-best in the SEC… Scored his final touchdown as a Gator off a 20-yard pass by Tim Tebow in the first quarter of the BCS National Championship Game… Surpassed the 1,000 career-receiving yards’ mark with 54 yards in the victory over South Carolina…Three of his five touchdowns versus Arkansas were for 15 yards or more and collected 70 total yards receiving in the Gators’ road victory...Also contributed on special teams, appearing on the punt return team versus Ole Miss and on the hands’ team against LSU…Notched his first TD of the 2008 season with a 48-yard touchdown grab from Tim Tebow against Miami…2007: Saw action in all 13 games during the season, making 10 starts…Only games he did not start were against Troy, Auburn and LSU…Ranked third on the team with 37 receptions and 548 yards…Had at least one reception in all 13 games during the year, the only UF receiver to do so…Was on the receiving end of UF’s longest pass completion of the year, a 66-yard touchdown grab against Kentucky…Had five touchdowns and averaged 14.8 yards per catch…Had a career-high 91 yards on four catches against the Wildcats’ secondary…Registered a five-game streak of at least three receptions per contest against Auburn, LSU, Kentucky, Georgia and Vanderbilt…Scored in back-to-back games for the first time in his career, catching touchdowns against Georgia and Kentucky…Reeled in a personal-best six grabs against Troy…Had a career-long 12-yard run on an end around against Florida Atlantic…Caught two passes for 60 yards against Tennessee…Burned the Florida State defense for a career-high two touchdowns, catches of 14 and 32 yards before halftime…Contributed three receptions for 26 yards on the road at LSU…Scored on a 37-yard catch, spinning out of a tackle against Ole Miss, his second career touchdown…2006: Made the second start of his collegiate career versus Florida State…Enjoyed his best game of the season against LSU, catching a 35-yard TD pass from Tebow for his first career reception and also caught a seven-yard toss from Tebow…Made his season debut in Florida’s win at Tennessee…Dressed for the UCF and Southern Miss games but did not play…2005: Played in the final nine games of the season, mainly on special teams and five wideout sets…Did not catch any passes on the season…Made collegiate debut in the Kentucky game…PREP: Three-year letterwinner, three-year starter and captain of Lakewood football team…As a senior, he tallied 26 receptions for 520 yards and three touchdowns…Also returned one kick return and one punt return for touchdowns…As a junior, played option quarterback in a winged-T offense, but moved to wide receiver for his senior year…Ranked as the 47th-best wide receiver prospect in the nation by Scout.com and 37th by Rivals.com…Two-year MVP and special teams MVP…PERSONAL: Was born on May 11, 1987…His parents are Louis, Sr., and Filomena Murphy…Has one sister, Chiriga…Lists playing video games among his hobbies…Chose the University of Florida over Tennessee, Florida State and Louisville…Ran as the anchor on a 4 x400 relay on high school track team, winning the state championship as a sophomore…Also played basketball for the Lakewood Spartans at power forward…Most memorable moment was taking the ball as quarterback and running up the middle of the field to score a 50-yard touchdown during his first year playing football…Earned Eagle Scout honors…Admires his father for always being there for him…MAJOR: Recreation Event Management.

Conklin
03-16-2009, 12:12 PM
pick made at 12:12 Mtn time, Magichef is now on the clock

MagicHef
03-16-2009, 10:31 PM
With the 6th pick in the 3rd round, the Bengals select:

Rashad Jennings, RB, Liberty

http://i44.tinypic.com/2zdsspj.jpg

Pick made at 10:30 pm MST.

rugbythug
03-17-2009, 09:14 AM
Photo of Eric Wood

Eric Wood, C

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Height:
6'4"
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Weight:
310
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College:
Louisville
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Conference:
Big East
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Hometown:
Cincinnati, OH
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High School:
Elder
Analysis

Positives: Taller than most centers, but not too upright in pass protection and can still cut block. Works hard on every play, and goes through the whistle. Gets off the ball quickly and gets into the numbers of his man. Can drive back smaller tackles and sustain. Leader of the line and makes the calls. Permanent team captain in 2008. Solid anchor, using his arms and feet to keep tackles on the line. Will pancake smaller tackles when he gets the inside shoulder. Uses his hands and feet to position blockers, creating holes inside. Picks up late blitzers up the middle. Reliable snap to the quarterback.

Negatives: Not as nimble as some teams may want their pivot man. Can adequately combo to the middle linebacker and get in front of screens at the college level, but may have issues handling NFL speed in the open field. Only adequate in getting his pads low to drive block, and could improve there.

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Arkie
03-17-2009, 04:08 PM
With 72nd pick, the Jacksonville Jaguars select:

Chip Vaughn SS Wake Forest
6'1", 221

http://static.nfl.com/static/content/catch_all/nfl_image/combine/headshots/71503.jpg

Overview
He's not as renowned as top prospects Aaron Curry and Alphonso Smith, but Vaughn has quietly ascended NFL draft boards. A two-year starter who earned All-ACC accolades, Vaughn has averaged 90 tackles and has developed a reputation for making big plays in crucial situations. Blessed with rare size and hitting ability, Vaughn is sure to intrigue teams looking for an enforcer and in-the-box presence at safety. Teams hoping to improve their pass coverage, however, might be forced to look elsewhere.

Positives: Looks the part. ... Rare size and upper-body development for the position. ... Aggressive defender that attacks in run support. ... Reliable open-field tackler. ... Heavy hitter that can separate the ballcarrier from the ball, resulting in forced fumbles and passes broken up. ... Appears to have at least adequate straight-line speed, good balance and a low backpedal. ... Good leaping ability to battle for the ball. ... Has developed a reputation for game-changing plays over his career. ... Came to Wake Forest as a wide receiver and is still an ascending player.

Negatives: Better in run support than against the pass. ... Questionable instincts. ... A step slow in recognizing the action and has a hitch in his turn. ... May lack the agility to mirror routes. ... Better facing the quarterback. ... Loses track of the ball and has only marginal hand-eye coordination for the interception. ... Surrounded by a great deal of talent at Wake Forest.

pick made at 5:08 central
Packers are on the clock (sirhcyennek)

Archer81
03-17-2009, 05:16 PM
Packers select, with their first selection in the 3rd round...

Mitch King, DE Iowa ( 6'2, 275 4.74 40)


Positives: Good short area burst, good strength to anchor, especially in his lower body. Low center of gravity. Good instincts. Solid DE in a 3-4 look.


Negatives: Too short to be a true 4-3 de, and is limited in his ability to put weight on to be a 4-3 DT. Tweener.

Why GreenBay picks him: His physical size doesnt project a high level of skill, but he can be a solid starter in a deep rotation.

:Broncos:

:Broncos:

JCMElway
03-17-2009, 05:30 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 and EddieMac - 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 - BFDD -- 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 Laurinitis, LB 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, 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) - BFDD - 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 - Schism - Phil Loadholt, OT, Oklahoma
50 2-18 Buccaneers - Northman - Lawrence Sidbury, DE, Richmond
51 2-19 Cowboys - Conklin - Patrick Chung, S, Oregon
52 2-21 Jets - Req & Eddie Mac - 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 - BFDD - 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 - Schism - Javon Ringer, RB, Michigan State.
85 3-22 Eagles - Oskie - Shawn Nelson, TE, So. Miss
86 3-23 Vikings - Jebures - Select damn you! ;)
87 3-24 Dolphins - Kaylore -
88 3-25 Ravens - Houshy -
89 3-26 Patriots - Rohirrim -
90 3-27 Falcons - Drek -
91 3-28 Giants - BFDD -
92 3-31 Colts - Dekers -
93 3-30 Panthers - GoWyo -
94 3-32 Titans - Lycan -
95 3-19 Cardinals - TheRev -
96 3-29 Steelers - Skpac

Round 4

97 4-1 Cowboys (Lions) - Conklin
98 4-2 Chiefs - Broncobuff -
99 4-3 Rams - ALF -
100 4-4 Browns - Boss Man
101 4-5 Seahawks - Socalorado -
102 4-6 Bengals - Magichef -
103 4-7 Jaguars - Arkie -
104 4-8 Raiders - Rugbythug -
105 4-9 Packers - sirhcyennek -
106 4-10 Bills - Rovolution -
107 4-11 49ers - Expatfan -
108 4-12 Texans - Hawk's Boys -
109 4-13 Chargers - brncs_fan -
110 4-14 Broncos - JCMElway -
111 4-15 Jets (Redskins) - Worm -
112 4-16 Saints - Worm -
113 4-17 Cowboys - Conklin -
114 4-19 Saints (Jets) - Worm -
115 4-20 Bears - Schism -
116 4-21 Buccaneers - Northman -
117 4-22 Eagles - Oskie -
118 4-23 Vikings - Jebures -
119 4-24 Ravens - Houshy -
120 4-25 Patriots - Rohirrim -
121 4-26 Falcons - Drek -
122 4-27 Dolphins - Kaylore -
123 4-30 Colts - Dekers -
124 4-29 Panthers - GoWyo -
125 4-31 Giants - BFDD -
126 4-32 Titans - Lycan -
127 4-18 Cardinals - TheRev -
128 4-28 Steelers - Skpac -

Round 5

129 5-1 Lions - Florida Bronco -
130 5-2 Rams - ALF -
131 5-3 Chiefs - Broncobuff -
132 5-4 Broncos (Seahawks) - JCMElway -
133 5-5 Eagles (Browns) - Oskie -
134 5-6 Bengals - Magichef -
135 5-7 Falcons (Raiders) - Drek -
136 5-8 Jaguars - Arkie -
137 5-9 Packers - sirhcyennek -
138 5-10 49ers - Expatfan -
139 5-11 Bills - Rovolution -
140 5-12 Chargers - brncs_fan -
141 5-13 Broncos - JCMElway -
142 5-14 Redskins - random -
143 5-15 Giants (Saints) - BFDD -
144 5-16 Texans - Hawk's Boys
145 5-18 Jets - Req/Eddie Mac -
146 5-19 Bears - Schism -
147 5-20 Buccaneers - Northman -
148 5-21 Cowboys - Conklin -
149 5-22 Eagles - Oskie -
150 5-23 Vikings - Jebures -
151 5-24 Patriots - Rohirrim -
152 5-25 Falcons - Drek -
153 5-26 Dolphins - Kaylore -
154 5-27 Ravens - Houshy -
155 5-29 Colts - Dekers -
156 5-28 Panthers - GoWyo
157 5-30 Giants - BFDD -
158 5-32 Cowboys (Titans) - Conklin -
159 5-17 Cardinals - TheRev -
160 5-31 Steelers - Skpac -

Round 6

161 6-1 Lions
162 6-2 Chiefs
163 6-3 Rams
164 6-4 Browns
165 6-5 Seahawks
166 6-6 Bengals
167 6-7 Jaguars
168 6-8 Raiders
169 6-9 Packers
170 6-10 Bills
171 6-11 49ers
172 6-12 Broncos
173 6-13 Redskins
174 6-14 Packers (From Saints)
175 6-15 Texans
176 6-16 Chargers
177 6-17 Buccaneers (From Chicago)
178 6-18 Bears (From Buccaneers)
179 6-19 Lions (From Cowboys)
180 6-20 Jets
181 6-22 Eagles
182 6-23 Eagles (From Vikings)
183 6-24 Falcons
184 6-25 Cowboys (from Dolphins)
185 6-26 Ravens
186 6-27 Patriots
187 6-31 Panthers
188 6-29 Giants
189 6-28 Colts
190 6-32 Titans
191 6-21 Cardinals
192 6-30 Steelers

Round 7

193 7-1 Cowboys (From Lions)
194 7-2 Chiefs
195 7-3 Rams
196 7-4 Dolphins (From Cleveland)
197 7-5 Seahawks
198 7-6 Bengals
199 7-7 Buccaneers (From Jaguars)
200 7-8 Raiders
201 7-9 Packers
202 7-10 Bills
203 7-11 49ers
204 7-12 Texans
205 7-13 Chargers
206 7-14 Broncos
207 7-15 Vikings (From Redskins)
208 7-16 Saints
209 7-17 Steelers (From Buccaneers)
210 7-18 Cowboys
211 7-19 Jets
212 7-21 Bears
213 7-22 Eagles
214 7-23 Vikings
215 7-24 Dolphins
216 7-25 Ravens
217 7-26 Patriots
218 7-27 Broncos (From Falcons)
219 7-28 Colts
220 7-31 Dolphins (from Carolina)
221 7-30 Giants
222 7-32 Titans
223 7-20 Cardinals
224 7-29 Steelers

Alpha list:
Atanytime, Mayselect
Ayers, Robert
Barwin, Connor
Beatty, William
Brace, Ron
Britton, Eben
Britt, Kenny
Brown, Cody
Brown, Donald
Brown, Everette
Bruton, David
Butler, Darius
Byrd, Jarius
Casey, James
Chung, Patrick
Coffman, Chase
Cook, Jared
Crabtree, Michael
Curry, Aaron
Cushing, Brian
Davis, James
Davis, Vontae
Delmas, Louis
English, Larry
Francies, Coye
Freeman, Josh
Freeman, Marcus
Gilbert, Jarron
Green, Shonn
Hamlin, Michael
Harvin, Percy
Heyward-Bey, Darrius
Hood, Evander
Iglesias, Juaquin
Jackson, Tyson
Jenkins, Malcolm
Jennings, Rashad
Johnson, Jeremiah
Johnson, Michael
Johnson, Rashad
King, Mitch
Kruger, Paul
Laurinitis, James
Loadholt, Phil
Mack, Alex
Maclin, Jeremy
Maualuga, Rey
Maybin, Aaron
McCoy, LeSean
McRath, Gerald
Meredith, Jamon
Moala, Fili
Monroe, Eugene
Moore, DJ
Moore, William
Moreno, Knowshon
Murphy, Louis
Nelson, Shawn
Nicks, Hakeem
Oher, Michael
Orakpo, Brian
Peerman, Cedric
Peria, Jerry
Pettigrew, Brandon
Pryor, Myron
Raji, BJ
Ringer, Javon
Robinson, Duke
Robiske, Brian
Sanchez, Mark
Scott, Dorrel
Sidbury. Lawrence
Sintim, Clint
Smith, Alphonso
Smith, Andre
Smith, Jason
Smith, Sean
Stafford, Matt
Sulak, Stryker
Ubrik, Craig
Unger, Max
Vaughn, Chip
Wells, Chris
White, Pat
Woods, Eric

BowlenBall
03-17-2009, 10:14 PM
With their 3rd round selection (74th overall) the San Francisco 49ers select:

QB/WR/RB/KR/PR/Wildcatter Patrick White, West Virginia

http://i.usatoday.net/sports/_photos/2008/01/02/westva-med.jpg

Overview
There have been many quarterbacks attempt to break into the NFL after great success in college spread offenses. Some have been blessed with impressive athletic ability but usually have ended up moving to another position.

Pat White understands his days as a quarterback could be over, but based on his work ethic and quickness, a shift to wide receiver or even tailback could see him find a quicker path to realizing his dream of playing in the National Football League.

White has drawn comparisons to Pittsburgh's Hines Ward and Redskins' WR Antwaan Randle-El. Both were college quarterbacks who went on to great success as receivers in the NFL. For every Ward and Randle-El story, there are reminders of failures of other spread quarterbacks, most notably former Nebraska quarterback and Heisman Trophy winner Eric Crouch and West Virginia's Major Harris.

White is a fine athlete. Many pro baseball scouts felt that he could be a standout pitcher or outfielder, if he went to a baseball diamond. Coming out of high school, where he was a pitcher/outfielder on two state championship baseball teams, he was a fourth-round draft pick of the Los Angeles Angels in 2004.

The nation's most versatile threat at quarterback, White closed out his career as the NCAA's all-time leader in rushing yardage by a quarterback, registering 4,480 yards. Before he concluded his Mountaineers career, he would go on to establish 19 school, Big East Conference and major college records. The first starting quarterback to win four bowl games, he also is the first player in league history to gain over 10,000 yards in total offense (10,529). He also set the Big East mark for touchdowns responsible for (103).

Named the team's Most Valuable Player in each of his final three seasons, White became the first three-time winner of the West Virginia Amateur Athlete of the Year Award. He was named MVP of the Senior Bowl in his home state of Alabama after guiding the South to a 35-18 victory over the North at Mobile.

At Daphne High School, White finished third in the "Mr. Football" voting by the Alabama Sports Writers Association as a senior. The first-team All-State Class 6-A quarterback rushed for 1,905 yards and 31 touchdowns as a senior, he passed for 1,488 yards and 15 scores. Daphne won 14 straight games before losing the state final, 22-17.

White was named to the All-Super Southeast team and was a member of the Mobile Register's Elite 18 squad in addition to being named the 2003 Sideline and 1st-and-10 Player of the Year. He also pitched and played in the outfield for three seasons, leading the baseball team to a pair of state championships.

Four months after White signed with West Virginia in 2004, the Angels selected him in the fourth round of the Major League Baseball draft and offered a six-figure signing bonus. White decided to stick with football.

"My favorite moment as a player was when I realized I wanted to be a Mountaineer," he said. "The day of my visit, when I ran out on that field, it felt like nothing I've ever felt before."

White spent the 2004 season performing on the scout team. To help acclimate him to the system and more so because of his keen grasp of the playbook, he traveled with the team and was assigned to relaying signals to the WVU offense.

In 2005, White was a consensus Freshman All-American and Freshman All-Big East Conference first-team choice. He appeared in twelve games, starting five contests for an injured Adam Bednarik. He gained just 828 yards on 65-of-114 passing (57.0%), but ranked second on the squad in rushing, gaining 952 yards with seven scores on 131 carries (7.3-yard average). He proved to be a running threat with great elusiveness and was sacked just five times during his first season on the varsity.

As a sophomore, White was named the Big East Conference Offensive Player of the Year. He added All-ECAC first-team honors and was voted both Alabama and West Virginia Athlete of the Year. One of 18 semifinalists for Davey O'Brien Award, he completed 118-of-179 attempts (65.92%) for 1,655 yards, 13 touchdowns and seven interceptions.

He finished second on the team in rushing, producing 1,219 yards and 18 scores on 165 attempts (7.4-yard average). Despite all the running, White was sacked only 12 times, averaging 239.5 yards per game in total offense. A high ankle sprain vs. South Florida kept him out of the meeting vs. Rutgers. Along with tailback Steve Slaton (1,744), they became the 14th tandem in NCAA major college annals to give their team two 1,000-yard runners in the same season.

In 2007, the Big East Conference Offensive Player of the Year finished sixth in the voting for the Heisman Trophy. He was named to ESPN's All-Bowl Team, in addition to being selected the MVP of the Fiesta Bowl. He led the team in rushing with 1,335 yards and fourteen touchdowns, the second-best rushing total of any major college quarterback during the season.

Along with Steve Slaton (1,051), they became the second tandem in NCAA annals to each rush for over 1,000 yards in consecutive seasons. The semifinalist for the Walter Camp Player of the Year Award and Davey O'Brien Award connected on 144-of-216 passes (66.67%) for 1,724 yards, 14 scores and only four interceptions. He also averaged 235.31 yards per game in total offense, despite missing good portions of the South Florida (right quad bruise) and Pittsburgh contests (right thumb dislocation) with injuries.

White was selected All-Big East Conference first-team as a senior. Lacking his partner in the backfield, tailback Steve Slaton (Houston Texans), the quarterback anchored a young offense, completing 180-of-274 passes (65.69%) for a career-high 1,842 yards, 21 touchdowns and just seven interceptions. He finished second on the squad with 974 yards and eight scores on 191 rushing attempts (5.1-yard average), despite poor protection up front, as he was sacked a career-high 16 times.

The senior also averaged 234.67 yards per game in total offense in 12 contests. A helmet-to-helmet collision in the second quarter vs. Rutgers would knock him out of that contest and force him to sit out the next week vs. Syracuse.

"He is an electrifying athlete," North Carolina coach Butch Davis said of White. "The thing I think makes him equally as dangerous is that he can throw the football very, very well." Some Mountaineers fans have labeled him the greatest football player in school history. "Everybody's entitled to their opinion," White said. "And I'm grateful to those that think so."

Analysis
Positives: Excellent speed and vision with the ball in his hands. Makes defenders miss with spin and juke moves in the open. Will also take and deliver big hits despite his wiry frame. Has a solid arm despite a lack of upper body strength. Adequate accuracy on skinny posts and longer throws down the middle of the field. Will look off the safety before throwing to his primary target. Team leader. Left-handed. Keeps his eyes downfield while scrambling, gets the ball to a teammate after defenders suck up due to his running threat.

Negatives: May not have a pro position. Lacks prototypical quarterback size and is not strong enough to take a lot of hits. Relies on big passing lanes and play-action to give him the chance to find receivers downfield. Needs to prove he has the hands to play in the slot as a receiver. Does not always secure the ball, and will keep it in his strong hand even running right. Exclusively worked in the shotgun and spread offense, so he needs to work on taking snaps and ball fakes. Can get the ball deep but is not accurate on well-defended passes beyond 10-12 yards. Struggles with accuracy on the move. Throws off his back foot too often. Does not have great touch on short throws. Delivery is stiff and mechanical. Lacks patience in the pocket, and will take off too soon and misses open targets. Makes questionable decisions with the ball, trying to make a play when nothing's there. Ball comes out of his hand poorly at times.

Pick made at:
8:15 a.m. UTC +4 (Abu Dhabi)
12:15 a.m. North American Eastern Time Zone
11:15 p.m. North American Central Time Zone
10:15 p.m. Mountain Time Zone
9:15 p.m. Pacific Time Zone
8:15 p.m. Alaska Standard Time

The Buffalo Bills (and Rovolution) are now on the clock....

rovolution
03-17-2009, 11:49 PM
With the 75th pick of the 2009 NFL Draft, the Buffalo Bills select


James Casey, TE, Rice University

http://i.a.cnn.net/si/2007/sioncampus/10/30/casey.rice/p1_casey.jpg

Selection made at 11:48 PM Mountain Time

The J-E-T-S (Req/Eddie Mac) - are now on the clock

Requiem
03-18-2009, 02:17 AM
With the 76th selection in the 2009 NFL Draft, the New York Football Jets select. .

Michael Hamlin, S - Clemson

http://media.scout.com/Media/Image/56/562282.jpg

While Kerry Rhodes is a quality free safety, the potential at SS for the Jets is lacking. Eric Smith was injured last year, and Abram Elam played admirably in his void, but he is an average starter at best. Hamlin is a prospect who just makes plays, is a team leader and has solid work ethic. A tough nosed player who produced well in college. The Jets are happy to make this selection and add quality to their defensive backfield; considering a run on safeties was comin'.

ColoradoBuff
03-18-2009, 09:22 AM
With the 77th pick in the OM draft the Houston Texans select:

James Davis, RB, Clemson Univ.

Height: 5-11 | Weight: 218 | 40-Time: 4.59

http://sports.espn.go.com/photo/2008/0313/ncf_g_davis_200.jpg

Good size and bulk....Excellent instincts....Terrific vision...Very good patience...Strong and will break tackles...Has some power and runs hard...Nice balance...Superb inside runner...Hits the hole with authority and has a burst...A reliable blocker and gives good effort...Good ball security...Durable with a lot of experience...Very productive...Has a nose for the endzone...Is mature and a team player.

Weaknesses:
Does not have elite timed speed or quickness...Doesn't have much wiggle and isn't very elusive...Average route runner with limited experience catching the ball...Hands are a question mark...Has never carried the load and been a workhorse ... May not have a ton of upside.

Notes:
Enjoyed an exceptional college career and really made his mark in the Tigers record books...Initially declared for the 2008 NFL Draft but decided to return to Death Valley for his senior season when he saw so many other underclassmen running backs going pro...Split carries with C.J. Spiller the last few years and doesn't have as many miles on his tires as most four-year starters...Underwent surgery to repair a separated left shoulder in the summer of '08...Numbers were down as a senior but that was due in large part to a lack of opportunities and an inexperienced offensive line...Very good natural runner but isn't flashy and won't wow anyone in a workout setting...Has starting potential and should at the very least be a solid backup...Underrated and could be a steal for someone late on Day One or early on Day Two.

Pick made @ 9:22 AM Mtn time. Chargers - brncs_fan is now on the clock.
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brncs_fan
03-18-2009, 11:53 AM
The San Diego Chargers select:

Craig Urbik, OG, Wisconsin

Strengths:
Outstanding size and bulk...Strong and powerful...Very physical and can manhandle opponents...An excellent run blocker...Stout at the point of attack...Uses his hands well...Hard worker...Tough and plays with a nasty demeanor...Offers some positional versatility...Smart with nice awareness...Was extremely durable...Has a lot of experience.

Weaknesses:
Stiff and not a great athlete...Does not move well and range is limited...Not very light on his feet...Below average quickness and agility...Struggles in space...Not a natural knee bender...Will fall off his blocks...Footwork leaves something to be desired...Limited upside.

Notes:
Was a four-year starter in the Big Ten...Attended the same high school as Badger teammate and fellow pro prospect Eric Vanden Heuvel...In 2005 he became the first Wisconsin freshman to start at tackle since former All-American Chris McIntosh did in 1996...Moved inside to guard in 2006...Has helped pave the way for P.J. Hill and a dominant Badger ground game...Best fit at the next level will be inside at guard but could also see action at right tackle in a pinch...Typical Badger offensive lineman in that he's a blue collar mauler who definitely looks the part ... Will likely be coveted by teams that employ a power attack.

Pick was made at 12:54 CST

JCMElway
03-18-2009, 04:52 PM
In the third round the Denver Broncos select:

Gerald McRath, LB, Southern Miss.

McGrath is a disciplined, but undersized defender who consistently makes big plays every time he takes the field. He quickly reads the action, takes good angles, and is an explosive tackler. He’s forceful at the line of scrimmage, blades into gaps and defends the run. He makes a lot of plays in the backfield and creates turnovers.

Those outside Conference USA might be surprised how high McRath, only a junior, ranks among leaders in tackles over his career. McRath, who earned his second consecutive first-team All-Conference USA plaque in 2008, finished with 137 tackles (78 solo) during his junior season and has 386 tackles, 32 1/2 tackles for loss and eight sacks in his career. Voted the 2007 Conference USA Defensive Player of the Year as a sophomore, McRath's production can't be denied.

Positives: Rangy build with plenty of room for additional growth. … Good instincts. … Flows to the action quickly and puts himself in position to make a play. … Reads the quarterback's eyes in coverage. … Recognizes the screen and draw and isn't fooled often. … Good speed to the flanks. .. Reliable open-field tackler who can break down in space and make the secure stop. … Good agility to slip past blockers. … Good balance to handle working through trash. … Flashes some aggression taking on blocks, though he needs more consistency in this area. … Improved in this area as a junior.

Negatives: Undersized. … Lacks bulk in both his upper and lower body and looks more like a strong safety than a middle linebacker. … Lacks the straight-line speed and hips for coverage to make the transition to defensive back. … Likes to avoid blockers rather than forcefully taking them on. … Drag-down tackler who only occasionally shows legitimate pop as a tackler. …

3/14/2009 - TOP LINEBACKERS: Gerald McRath, Southern Mississippi, 6-3, 231: He is undersized, looks more like a strong safety than a middle linebacker and seems to run around people rather than take them on. But he certainly has the speed to make that tactic work, as evidence by a blistering time of 4.49 seconds in 40 yards at the combine. McRath earned his second consecutive first-team all-Conference USA selection in 2008, finishing with 137 tackles (78 solo), giving him a career total of 386 tackles (32 for loss) and 7?? sacks. -

Northman
03-18-2009, 05:26 PM
The Tampa Bay Buccanears Select:

Cedric Peerman
http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3426/3258986319_c7b3181f17.jpg


School: Virginia
Position: RB

randomtask
03-19-2009, 12:13 AM
The Washington Redskins select:

Stryker Sulak, DE, Missouri

Overview
A three-time All-Big 12 honoree, Sulak has the production and burst upfield to generate interest from every NFL team. He shared freshman of the year honors with tight end Chase Coffman of the Tigers, starting the final seven games of that season for Missouri and finishing with 38 tackles, 6.5 tackles for loss and four sacks. Sulak's production increased as he gained experience, topping out with eye-popping numbers as a senior -- 55 tackles, 15.5 tackles for loss, 10.5 sacks and an NCAA-leading six forced fumbles. With opposing offenses focusing much of their attention upon Missouri's other defenders, Sulak's production was inflated. Without the bulk to remain at defensive end full time in the NFL, he'll have to show he has the athleticism to make the transition to linebacker to avoid the "tweener" label.

The Washington Redskins desperately need an outside rusher, and gladly take the best one left.

Florida_Bronco
03-19-2009, 02:02 AM
With the 82nd pick, the Detroit Lions select Cody Brown, DE/OLB, UConn.

Pick made at 4:00AM EST

Archer81
03-19-2009, 11:33 AM
With the 83rd pick in the draft, the Greenbay Packers select:

Dorrell Scott, DT Clemson ( 6'4, 310 5.02 40)

Positives: Prototypical frame for a defensive lineman. Good initial quickness off the snap, Good balance and COD skills.

Negatives: Not consistent, sometimes comes off the snap high, and struggles with leverage. Can have his strength negated and knocked off the ball.

Why Scott: Good size and upside trumps inconsistencies in his game. Can be a 3/4 end or a 4/3 tackle.

:Broncos:

Kaylore
03-19-2009, 12:16 PM
****Announcement****

We will be extending picks to 24 hours and encouraging General Managers to use as much of the time as they need. This is in consequence to the vote to add the official comped picks coming out of the owners meeting probably by next Wednesday. Once the official picks are announced and added, we will resume the draft at the original pace.

Should we still finish the third round before the official picks are announced, we will pause the draft until they are and then resume as normal. Hopefully we won't have to do that, though.

Also of critical importance:

This picture is really hot.
http://www.orangemane.com/BB/image.php?u=3933dateline=1236385777

Thank you for your time.

BowlenBall
03-19-2009, 11:35 PM
****Announcement****

We will be extending picks to 24 hours and encouraging General Managers to use as much of the time as they need. This is in consequence to the vote to add the official comped picks coming out of the owners meeting probably by next Wednesday. Once the official picks are announced and added, we will resume the draft at the original pace.

Should we still finish the third round before the official picks are announced, we will pause the draft until they are and then resume as normal. Hopefully we won't have to do that, though.

Also of critical importance:

This picture is really hot.
http://www.orangemane.com/BB/image.php?u=3933dateline=1236385777

Thank you for your time.

Can't... stop staring at.... picture....

Image... burning into... retinas...

edit: sorry, didn't mean to post on the selection thread -- but that picture IS really hot....

Kaylore
03-20-2009, 01:34 PM
Schism's time has lapsed. He may select any time. OSKIE is on the clock.

Broncoman13
03-20-2009, 02:42 PM
The Eagles are excited that Shawn Nelson is still available and use the 84th* pick in the draft to select him.


SHAWN NELSON

Height: 6-5 | Weight: 240 | 40-Time: 4.56

Strengths:
Good height with a rangy build and long arms...Frame has room to add weight...A fantastic athlete...Good speed and quickness...Vertical threat who can stretch the field...Gets good separation...Excellent hands...Nice ball skills and body control...Can create after the catch...Tough...Technically sound and gives good effort as a blocker...Has a lot of experience...Very productive... Good bloodlines.

Weaknesses:
Needs to bulk up but has trouble maintaining weight...Is not very strong...Not a dominant in-line blocker and can be physically overwhelmed...A relatively average route runner...May have some minor durability concerns...Probably won't be a good fit for everyone.

Notes:
Cousin of former L.S.U. and current Kansas City Chiefs DT Glenn Dorsey...A four-year starter...Finished his college career ranked in the Golden Eagles Top 5 in career receptions, receiving yards and receiving touchdowns...Saved the best for last and had a terrific senior campaign...Somewhat of a one-dimensional pass catcher who in many ways is a wide receiver in a tight ends body...Awfully similar to Martin Rucker of the Cleveland Browns (4th Round Pick in '08) , only better.
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Career Statistics
Year GP Rec Yds YPC TD
2004 RS - - - -
2005 12 35 540 15.4 5
2006 14 36 506 14.1 3
2007 13 33 451 13.7 5
2008 13 53 557 10.5 3
Totals 52 157 2,054 13.1 16

The Joker
03-20-2009, 06:15 PM
Bears select Javon Ringer, RB, Michigan State.

Sorry for delay guys.

Kaylore
03-21-2009, 04:58 PM
Jebures time has lapsed. I am on the clock.

Kaylore
03-22-2009, 01:26 PM
With the 86th pick in the 2009 NFL Draft, the Miami Dolphins are pleased to select

CB from Virginia Tech
Victor "Macho" Harris

http://media.scout.com/Media/Image/56/563213.jpg

Harris is a spunky player that has incredible ball skills and plays with an attitude. The Dolphins are extremely happy to have had him fall all the way to them in round three.

Miami will use his "Macho" style in their marketing campaign as they have a large Cuban populace to appease. Huge billboards of Macho's mexi-stache will be put all over the city. It will be awesome. People will visit just to see the mustache. People who don't like it are probably communists and Fidel can piss off.

Pick was made at 1:30 PM MST

JCMElway
03-22-2009, 11:45 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 and EddieMac - 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 - BFDD -- 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) - BFDD - 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 - Schism - Phil Loadholt, OT, Oklahoma
50 2-18 Buccaneers - Northman - Lawrence Sidbury, DE, Richmond
51 2-19 Cowboys - Conklin - Patrick Chung, S, Oregon
52 2-21 Jets - Req & Eddie Mac - 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 - BFDD - 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 - Schism - 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 - May select at any time :thumbsup:
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 - May select at any time :thumbsup:
3 (34-98) Cincinnati - Magichef -
3 (35-99) Chicago - Schism
3 (36-100) NY Giants - BFDD/Eddie Mac -

Round 4

101 * Dallas
102 Kansas City
103 St Louis
104 Cleveland
105 Seattle
106 Cincinnati
107 Jacksonville
108 * Miami
109 Green Bay
110 Buffalo
111 San Francisco
112 Houston
113 San Diego
114 Denver
115 * NY Jets
116 New Orleans
117 Dallas
118 * New Orleans
119 Chicago
120 Tampa Bay
121 Philadelphia
122 * Houston
123 Baltimore
124 New England
125 Atlanta
126 * Oakland
127 Indianapolis
128 Carolina
129 NY Giants
130 Tennessee
131 Arizona
132 Pittsburgh
133 C San Diego
134 C San Diego
135 C Tennessee
136 C Indianapolis

Round 5

137 * Seattle
138 St Louis
139 Kansas City
140 * Denver
141 * Philadelphia
142 Cincinnati
143 * Atlanta
144 Jacksonville
145 Green Bay
146 San Francisco
147 Buffalo
148 San Diego
149 Denver
150 Washington
151 * NY Giants
152 Houston
153 * Philadelphia
154 Chicago
155 Tampa Bay
156 Dallas
157 Philadelphia
158 Minnesota
159 * Philadelphia
160 Atlanta
161 Miami
162 Baltimore
163 Carolina
164 NY Giants
165 Indianapolis
166 * Dallas
167 Arizona
168 Pittsburgh
169 C Pittsburgh
170 C New England
171 C San Francisco
172 C Dallas
173 C Tennessee

Round 6

174 Detroit
175 Kansas City
176 St Louis
177 Cleveland
178 Seattle
179 Cincinnati
180 Jacksonville
181 * Miami
182 Green Bay
183 Buffalo
184 San Francisco
185 Denver
186 Washington
187 * Green Bay
188 Houston
189 San Diego
190 * Tampa Bay
191 * Chicago
192 * Detroit
193 NY Jets
194 Philadelphia
195 * Philadelphia
196 Atlanta
197 * Dallas
198 Baltimore
199 New England
200 NY Giants
201 Indianapolis
202 Carolina
203 Tennessee
204 Arizona
205 Pittsburgh
206 C Tennessee
207 C New England
208 C Dallas
209 C Cincinnati

Round 7

210 * Dallas
211 St Louis
212 Kansas City
213 Seattle
214 * Miami
215 Cincinnati
216 Oakland
217 * Tampa Bay
218 Green Bay
219 San Francisco
220 Buffalo
221 * Minnesota
222 New Orleans
223 Houston
224 San Diego
225 Denver
226 * Pittsburgh
227 Dallas
228 NY Jets
229 * Tampa Bay
230 Philadelphia
231 Minnesota
232 * Jacksonville
233 * Tampa Bay
234 New England
235 * Denver
236 Indianapolis
237 * Miami
238 NY Giants
239 Tennessee
240 Arizona
241 Pittsburgh
242 C Tennessee
243 C Washington
244 C San Francisco
245 C Seattle
246 C Chicago
247 C Seattle
248 C Seattle
249 C Cincinnati
250 C Jacksonville
251 C Chicago
252 C Cincinnati
253 C Jacksonville
254 C Arizona
255 C Detroit
256 C Kansas City
__________________

Alpha list:
Atanytime, Mayselect
Ayers, Robert
Baker, Chris
Barden, Ramses
Barwin, Connor
Beatty, William
Brace, Ron
Britton, Eben
Britt, Kenny
Brown, Cody
Brown, Donald
Brown, Everette
Bruton, David
Butler, Darius
Byrd, Jarius
Casey, James
Chung, Patrick
Coffman, Chase
Cook, Jared
Crabtree, Michael
Curry, Aaron
Cushing, Brian
Davis, James
Davis, Vontae
Delmas, Louis
Ellerbee, Daniel
English, Larry
Francies, Coye
Freeman, Josh
Freeman, Marcus
Gilbert, Jarron
Green, Shonn
Hamlin, Michael
Harris, Victor
Harvin, Percy
Heyward-Bey, Darrius
Hood, Evander
Iglesias, Juaquin
Jackson, Tyson
Jean-Francois, Ricky
Jenkins, Malcolm
Jennings, Rashad
Johnson, Jeremiah
Johnson, Michael
Johnson, Rashad
King, Mitch
Kropog, Tony
Kruger, Paul
Laurinitis, James
Loadholt, Phil
Mack, Alex
Maclin, Jeremy
Marks, Sen'Derrick
Maualuga, Rey
Maybin, Aaron
McCoy, LeSean
McRath, Gerald
Meredith, Jamon
Moala, Fili
Monroe, Eugene
Moore, DJ
Moore, William
Moreno, Knowshon
Murphy, Louis
Nelson, Shawn
Nicks, Hakeem
Oher, Michael
Orakpo, Brian
Peerman, Cedric
Peria, Jerry
Pettigrew, Brandon
Pryor, Myron
Raji, BJ
Ringer, Javon
Robinson, Duke
Robiske, Brian
Sanchez, Mark
Scott, Dorrel
Sidbury. Lawrence
Sintim, Clint
Smith, Alphonso
Smith, Andre
Smith, Jason
Smith, Sean
Stafford, Matt
Sulak, Stryker
Topou, Fenuki
Ubrik, Craig
Unger, Max
Vaughn, Chip
Wells, Chris
White, Pat
Woods, Eric

jebures
03-23-2009, 10:51 AM
Ive been studying for my practicals and such, so I have been slow to get on here.

The vikings select with the 86 overall pick T Troy Kropog from Tulane.

Kaylore
03-23-2009, 03:36 PM
Houshyamama's time has lapsed. Rohirrim is on the clock.

eddie mac
03-23-2009, 04:49 PM
Houshyamama's time has lapsed. Rohirrim is on the clock.

Kaylore I can take on the Giants in this if you wish and Req can run the Jets on his own if it helps move this along???

ludo21
03-23-2009, 10:37 PM
Kaylore I can take on the Giants in this if you wish and Req can run the Jets on his own if it helps move this along???

They had me take over for BFDD and Giants... but they are all yours. Better for me anyway. :thumbsup:

Kaylore
03-23-2009, 11:38 PM
That would be great. Eddie Mac and Req were tag teaming it as is, so we'll let Eddie finish the Giants. Thanks a lot.^5

Kaylore
03-23-2009, 11:46 PM
****Announcement****

Official comp picks were announced and once those have been added to the draft, we will return to the 12 hour draft selections. Thanks for waiting.

3 (33-97) New England

3 (34-98) Cincinnati

3 (35-99) Chicago

3 (36-100) NY Giants

4 (33-133) San Diego

4 (34-134) San Diego

4 (35-135) Tennessee

4 (36-136) Indianapolis

5 (33-169) Pittsburgh

5 (34-170) New England

5 (35-171) San Francisco

5 (36-172) Dallas

5 (37-173) Tennessee

6 (33-206) Tennessee

6 (34-207) New England

6 (35-2080 Dallas

6 (36-209) Cincinnati

7 (33-242) Tennessee

7 (34-243) Washington

7 (35-244) San Francisco

7 (36-245) Seattle

7 (37-246) Chicago

7 (38-247) Seattle

7 (39-248) Seattle

7 (40-249) Cincinnati

7 (41-250) Jacksonville

7 (42-251) Chicago

7 (43-252) Cincinnati

7 (44-253) Jacksonville

7 (45-254) Arizona

7 (46-255) Detroit

7 (47-256) Kansas City

FYI, they were quite a bit different from the ones projected, so this makes the OM II draft officially more accurate and therefore superior. :approve:

Rohirrim
03-24-2009, 06:53 AM
With the 89th selection in the Magnificent, Glorious and Obviously Best Mock Draft on the OM, the Pats select:

Scott McKillop LB 6'1" 240 Pittsburgh

http://vmedia.rivals.com/images/Player/video/SCOTTMCKILLOP250_0703.JPG

STRENGTHS
Scott is a football players' football player. He has good size and burst to the play and is a head up, wrap up, squeeze and drive tackler. He is very smart, almost like a coach out on the field. He makes the players around him better and looks to be an excellent teammate. Scott is the type of player who is in on every play either physically or because he helped put someone else in position so they could make a play. He does a great job defending against the run and the pass athletically, however, his true strengths are his instincts and intelligence.

NEEDS TO IMPROVE
Scott is athletic enough to play more than one position, but his speed limits him to playing as a LB in a 3-4 defensive system. He reminds me a lot of Mike Vrabel who originally was drafted by the Pittsburgh Steelers in the third round (91st pick) and then cut.

TALENT BOARD ROUND 2
Scott is one of my favorite players in this draft. I'm not totally convinced that he can only play in a 3-4 system, but nowadays when you see defenses with very light MLB's who are better against the pass than the run. I guess at some point I have to say that a Scott McKillop with all his savvy, instincts and pure tackling ability is not what NFL teams with 4-3 defenses are looking for anymore. Here is the ironic twist. Scott is exactly what the 3-4 defenses are looking for -- a multi-talented, smart, instinctive player who can tackle and lead his teammates. It seems the successful 3-4 defenses need, and appreciate, players like Scott. The unsuccessful 4-3 defenses seem to feel that they need MLB's who "catch" players after they have made first downs. In my opinion, players like Scott are the reason teams are going more to the 3-4 defense. I think Scott can play in any style of defense, but I give him a 2 talent board round (TBR) because nowadays, he is a systems LB. I split the difference between 1 and 4 and came up with 2. It's my guess you will see Scott drafted in the third or fourth round and even then, when Scott gets on the field, the only time anyone will notice him is when the game is over and they look at the stats. He will have the most tackles and the most tackles for losses. Even then I'm not sure he will be appreciated! I call him Scott (Old School) McKillop because he understands his position better than most coaches who are about to draft him.

eddie mac
03-24-2009, 11:30 AM
That would be great. Eddie Mac and Req were tag teaming it as is, so we'll let Eddie finish the Giants. Thanks a lot.^5

Actually had a discussion with Ludo and he'll be finishing the Giants considering I've so many Patriot picks left in OM I.

Kaylore
03-24-2009, 01:38 PM
Actually had a discussion with Ludo and he'll be finishing the Giants considering I've so many Patriot picks left in OM I.

Ok, JCMElway will update the list (hopefully soon) including Ludo as the new Giants GM as well as the comp picks. Drek is on the clock.

Houshyamama
03-24-2009, 02:42 PM
With the 88th Pick in the 2009 NFL Draft, the Ravens are please to select:

Antoine Caldwell, C

Alabama

Caldwell is the anchor in the middle of an Alabama offensive line that has been arguably the biggest reason for the No. 1 Crimson Tide's success through nine games. Most recently against Tennessee he did not allow a sack, a pressure, or get penalized. The center has good size at 6'3'' and 300 pounds, but it is his foot speed that sets him apart. Caldwell's agility and lateral movement (not to mention that he has run under 5.0 in the 40-yard-dash) allow him to play anywhere on the line. He has bounced around from right guard to left guard and center throughout his career in Tuscaloosa and he is about as experienced as they come. Caldwell started 12 games as a freshman in 2005, extended that streak to 25 by the end of his sophomore season, and started nine games as a junior. He missed four games last year due to a textbook scandal, so that could be a minor concern among NFL scouts. Nonetheless, he is otherwise outstanding in the classroom and enters the NFL with few red flags on or off the field. A Second-Team All-SEC selection the past two years, Caldwell could sneak into round two during the 2009 draft.

Kaylore
03-25-2009, 09:02 AM
Drek's time has lapsed and he may select anytime. Ludo21 is on the clock.

ludo21
03-25-2009, 09:18 AM
The New York Giants Select Danell Ellerbee, ILB from Georgia!

Dannell Ellerbe
Height: 6-1 | Weight: 236 | 40-Time: 4.65

Official Bio

Strengths:
Very athletic...Great speed and quickness with a burst to close...Tough and physical...Super aggressive...Good tackler who can deliver the big hit...Able to take on and shed blockers...Smooth in coverage with fluid hips...Good pass rusher and blitzer...Offers some positional versatility.

Weaknesses:
Doesn't have the size or bulk that you look for...Marginal instincts and awareness...Will take poor angles to the ball and doesn't play as fast as he times...Lacks great range...Has some issues in space...Wasn't overly productive...Ran into legal trouble off-the-field...Durability concerns.

Notes:
Redshirted in 2004...Worked as a backup in 2005 and 2006...Took over a starting job in 2007, leading the Bulldogs in tackles while seeing action at all three linebacker positions and earning 2nd Team All-SEC honors...Has a disappointing senior season but was severely hampered by a knee injury...Was suspended for three games in 2006 after being arrested and charged with a DUI, underage possession of alcohol, theft of an automobile and giving false information to police...Could project to the middle or weakside at the next level...Carried a lofty grade heading into the 2008 season and might be getting misevaluated based on his senior film...Talented player with an intriguing set of physical tools who has the ability to be a starter and excel in the right situation.


Pick was made at 10:18 CST.


The Colts are on the Clock!

Kaylore
03-25-2009, 09:45 AM
****Announcement****

We will be making a final tweak of the draft order to reflect the comp picks as well as the updated and official order for April. This will be the last time we do this. Thank you.

Drek
03-25-2009, 06:11 PM
With the 90th pick in the 2009 NFL Draft the Atlanta Falcons select....

http://media.scout.com/Media/Image/53/535057.jpg

Sen'Derrick Marks, DT, Auburn

Strengths:
Excellent athlete...Terrific speed...Quick and shows some explosion at the snap...Good balance and agility...Long arms and big hands...Great motor...Will penetrate and make plays in the backfield...Able to shed blockers...Mobile with good range...Does a nice job in pursuit...Plays with pretty good leverage...Tough...Good work ethic...Still has upside.

Weaknesses:
Short and squatty...Frame is essentially maxed out...Needs to hit the weights and get stronger...Can be neutralized by double teams...Is not stout at the point...Doesn't hold up well against the run...Must use his hands better...Durability is a big concern...Was not overly productive.

Notes:
Was a three-year starter in the SEC...While recruiting another player Tommy Tuberville saw this guy dunk a basketball and offered him a scholarship on the spot...Appeared in three games but redshirted in 2005...Started at defensive tackle in 2006 and earned numerous Freshman All-American honors...Moved outside to defensive end in 2007 and played part of the season with a hernia, which later required surgery to repair...Moved back inside to defensive tackle in 2008 and despite being hampered by ankle injuries all year long was named 2nd Team All-SEC...Talented player who came out after a so-so junior campaign and probably would've gone much higher next year...Has the tools to be an impact player but needs to take full advantage of a pro strength program and stay healthy...Prototypical three-technique.

Marks could benefit from a year on the bench to get healthy and improve his conditioning, but he's got great talent and addresses a big need for the Falcons. I had planned to hit DT sooner but the value of the two offensive guys I grabbed in the 1st and 2nd were too much to pass up for a team that is looking to build an identity around a young burgeoning star QB and an elite HB.

Kaylore
03-25-2009, 10:12 PM
Dekers time has lapsed. GoWyo is on the clock.

GoHAM
03-25-2009, 10:41 PM
With the 93rd pick in the 2009 NFL Draft the Carolina Panthers select

Ramses Barden, WR, Cal-Poly, 6'6" 229 lb

The Panthers just could not pass up the opportunity to draft a God Incarnate.

http://pagesperso-orange.fr/miltiade/Ramses_II_maitrisant_ses_ennemis.jpg

The Panthers also could not ignore the fact that he is Keyshawn's long lost twin and that they would be smote by the football Gods if they did not draft Ramses.

http://static.nfl.com/static/content/catch_all/nfl_image/combo_090320_03_WIDE.jpg
(http://www.nfl.com/draft/story?id=09000d5d80f5d28e&template=with-video-with-comments&confirm=true)
Positives: Dominated FCS competition with his height and strong overall build. His long strides give him deceptive downfield speed. Takes advantage of soft coverage with receiver screens and short patterns, and has better foot quickness than expected for his size. Makes quick moves at the line to get off a jam. Able to snatch the ball with his hands, secure it and quickly turn to get additional yardage. A strong red-zone and jump-ball target due to his height, length and size. Uses his hands well while blocking on the outside, will be an asset in the run game.
Negatives: Lacks the straight-line speed to get separation from top corners, and must be more consistent using his length to create last-second separation as the ball arrives. Inconsistent hands on jump balls, where he always has the advantage. Played most of his games against a lower level of competition. Does not have the open-field quickness to evade NFL corners on the edge. Tackled easier than you'd expect because of his high pad level. Must use his size better to latch onto smaller corners when run blocking. - from NFL.com


Pick was made at 10:41 pm MST, Lycan and the Titans are on the clock.

dekers
03-26-2009, 12:00 AM
Sorry am late again . Work .lol
with the 92 pick the colts pick


Troy Kropog, Tulane
Height: 6-5. Weight: 309.
Projected 40 Time: 5.02.
Combine 40 Time: 5.32.
Benchx225: 21. Arm: 33 1/2.
Projected Round (2009): 2-3.

Kaylore
03-26-2009, 12:14 PM
Lycan's time has lapsed. TheReverend is on the clock.

Lycan
03-26-2009, 04:46 PM
Sorry I let time lapse, on to the pick.

The Tennessee Titans select Chris Baker, DT, Hampton

http://static.nfl.com/static/content/catch_all/nfl_image/combine/headshots/79529.jpg

Strengths:
Excellent size and bulk...Long arms and big hands...Very athletic with good speed and quickness...Gets off the snap well...Stout at the point of attack...Shows the ability to take on and shed blockers...Gets good penetration...Offers positional and schematic versatility...Productive.

Weaknesses:
Has run into trouble off-the-field and character is a concern...Average strength and power...Poor stamina...A questionable motor...Marginal instincts and awareness...Is not really a great pass rusher...Not fluid and his range is limited..Dominated a low level of competition in 2008.

My Reasoning: The Titans select an athletic big man to groom into a potential replacement for Haynesworth. He may need a few years to develop but his potential is to good to pass up here with so few quality Defensive Tackles left.

Pick was made at 6:50 PM EST.

TheReverend
03-26-2009, 05:28 PM
The Arizona Cardinals with the 95th pick of the NFL Draft, are proud to select:

Ricky Jean-Francois, DT, LSU
http://media.2theadvocate.com/images/90_lsu_010808.jpeg

One of our favorite players, and our favorite reach of the draft, we were scared ****less Ricky wouldn't be available at our next pick. One of two PERFECT 3-4 DE prospects.

We would also like to remind everyone that you can't get suspended for academics at the professional level.

Pick made at 7:28 PM EST

skpac1001
03-26-2009, 08:06 PM
The Steelers select Fenuki Topou, OL, Oregon.

http://proathletesonly.com/news/wp-content/uploads/fenukitupou.jpg

Rohirrim
03-27-2009, 06:45 AM
The Pats select:

Andy Levitre OL Oregon St. 6' 2" 318

http://www.gazettetimes.com/content/articles/2008/08/06/sports/beaver_sports/football/top_story/5osu02_levitre.jpg
(that's what an offensive linemen should look like ;D)

Levitre is here, there and everywhere on the line
By Kevin Hampton
Gazette-Times reporter

It didn’t take long for Oregon State offensive line coach Mike Cavanaugh to pick Andy Levitre out of the lineup.

Levitre was already with the Beavers as a redshirt freshman when Cavanaugh arrived in Corvallis after six years coaching the offensive line at Hawaii.

His immediate impression of Levitre was that he was an athlete who could play any position on the line for the Beavers.

That impression hasn’t changed.

“I think he’s probably one of the most complete offensive linemen we’ve had here,” Cavanugh said. “He can pass (protect) with the best of them, can run block with the best of them.”

Levitre, now a senior with five years in the program, is expected to be the Beavers’ anchor on the line.

He is the starter at left tackle, considered to be the marquee spot on the offensive line because the player is usually protecting the quarterback’s blind side and typically goes against the top pass rushers.

Cavanaugh said Levitre is perfect for the challenge.

“He is very athletic for a big man,” Cavanaugh said. “He’s got great feet, he can change direction, has tremendous balance. He’s got explosiveness and power to him.

“He’s got all the tools that you’re looking for in an offensive lineman.”

As far as Levitre is concerned, he’s happy to step into any position for the Beavers.

“I just play football,” Levitre said. “Cav has the ultimate decision, so wherever he wants me, I’m going to play.

“No position on the offensive line is easy, so it’s rough, regardless. I’ll just play any position I’m put at.”

Levitre should know about the different positions. He’s played both tackle spots and guard and was even practicing at tight end for a time.

He said his willingness to learn the positions and knowing the plays for each spot helped him throughout his career. His versatility has come in handy for the Beavers as well.

“Being able to play any position on the line really helps in case anybody goes down, then I can go in and fill in,” he said. “We’re looking for guys right now to step up in roles like that and be versatile and maybe move around during the season and help make our team be even better than it is now.”

Levitre did put in the offseason work to come in even lighter on his feet. He’s listed at 6-foot-3, 317 pounds and said he shed about 15 pounds to get ready for the season.

He’s still big enough to move defensive players out of the way, but he can stay with the quicker players in pass protection.

“I love getting in the top shape of my life about this time of year and just getting ready for the season,” he said. “I feel like I’m in the best condition I’ve been in since I’ve been here.”

Levitre wants to set an example for the younger players and wants his work ethic to rub off on his teammates.

“I kind of see myself as getting some of these younger guys ready to step up because this is my fifth year here and I know the whole system now and now I can start spreading my knowledge and get them ready for this upcoming season,” he said. “My ultimate goal is to spread my knowledge to them and help them get better and hopefully a few years down the road I can see the success of Oregon State from some of the things I’ve taught some of these guys.”

Senior guard Adam Speer said Levitre has taken his leadership role to heart. His teammates have noticed his hard work and success.

“We all definitely look up to Andy,” Speer said. “He always puts in that little bit extra. He wants to be the best. He does everything in his life (working toward) being the best football player and best teammate he can be. We all look up to him tremendously.”

Speer said Levitre is laid-back off the field, but will get on a roll with funny stories and jokes.

On the field, Levitre is cool-headed.

“He’s almost emotionless, (but not showing his) emotions doesn’t mean he’s not into the game, just that he’s doing his thing. He’s focusing,” Speer said. “And you know you can trust him. He’s doing the thing he should be every single play, the right thing.

“He’s kind of like our solid anchor on the line.”

MagicHef
03-27-2009, 08:42 AM
The Bengals select:

Darry Beckwith, ILB, LSU

Height: 6-01/4 | Weight: 242 | 40-Time: 4.77

Strengths:
Above average athleticism...Outstanding instincts...Great speed and quickness...Terrific sideline-to-sideline range...Does a nice job in pursuit...Reliable tackler...Smart with a fantastic football IQ...Good awareness and can match up in coverage...Plays downhill and excels against the run...Active and aggressive...Very quick...Technically sound...Offers some versatility...Tough...Hard worker...Team leader.

Weaknesses:
Does not have the size or bulk that you look for...Durability is a big concern...Is not overly strong or physical...Isn't a big hitter...Not a great pass rusher or blitzer...Isn't very explosive...Struggles to take on and shed blockers..Poor hands / ball skills...Disappointing senior year.

Notes:
Nickname is "Dougie"...A local product from Baton Rouge...Was a three-year starter in the SEC...Has experience at inside and outside linebacker and could also project to the weakside at the next level...Was named 2nd Team All-SEC in 2007 and 2008...A finalist for the Butkus Award as a senior...Missed some action with a knee injury in 2006...Dealt with both shoulder and knee injuries as a junior...Had arthroscopic surgery performed on his knee in September of '08 and it hampered him most of the year...Has the ability to start in the NFL but needs to stay healthy ... Better player than his senior film will indicate.

Kaylore
03-27-2009, 11:44 PM
Schism's time has lapsed. Ludo is on the clock.

JCMElway
03-28-2009, 12:53 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 and EddieMac - 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 - BFDD -- 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) - BFDD - 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 - Schism - Phil Loadholt, OT, Oklahoma
50 2-18 Buccaneers - Northman - Lawrence Sidbury, DE, Richmond
51 2-19 Cowboys - Conklin - Patrick Chung, S, Oregon
52 2-21 Jets - Req & Eddie Mac - 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 - BFDD - 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 - Schism - 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 -- Dorrel Scott, DT, Clemson
115 * NY Jets - Requiem - On the clock :thumbsup:
116 New Orleans - Worm -
117 Dallas - Conklin -
118 * New Orleans - Worm -
119 Chicago - Schism -
120 Tampa Bay - Northman -
121 Philadelphia - Oskie -
122 * Houston - Hawk's Boys -
123 Baltimore - Houshy -
124 New England - Rohirrim -
125 Atlanta - Drek -
126 * Oakland - Rugbythug -
127 Indianapolis - Dekers -
128 Carolina - Gowyo -
129 NY Giants - Ludo -
130 Tennessee - Lycan -
131 Arizona - theRev -
132 Pittsburgh - Skpac -
133 C San Diego - Brncs Fan -
134 C San Diego - Brncs Fan -
135 C Tennessee - Lycan -
136 C Indianapolis - Dekers -

Round 5

137 * Seattle
138 St Louis
139 Kansas City
140 * Denver
141 * Philadelphia
142 Cincinnati
143 * Atlanta
144 Jacksonville
145 Green Bay
146 San Francisco
147 Buffalo
148 San Diego
149 Denver
150 Washington
151 * NY Giants
152 Houston
153 * Philadelphia
154 Chicago
155 Tampa Bay
156 Dallas
157 Philadelphia
158 Minnesota
159 * Philadelphia
160 Atlanta
161 Miami
162 Baltimore
163 Carolina
164 NY Giants
165 Indianapolis
166 * Dallas
167 Arizona
168 Pittsburgh
169 C Pittsburgh
170 C New England
171 C San Francisco
172 C Dallas
173 C Tennessee

Round 6

174 Detroit
175 Kansas City
176 St Louis
177 Cleveland
178 Seattle
179 Cincinnati
180 Jacksonville
181 * Miami
182 Green Bay
183 Buffalo
184 San Francisco
185 Denver
186 Washington
187 * Green Bay
188 Houston
189 San Diego
190 * Tampa Bay
191 * Chicago
192 * Detroit
193 NY Jets
194 Philadelphia
195 * Philadelphia
196 Atlanta
197 * Dallas
198 Baltimore
199 New England
200 NY Giants
201 Indianapolis
202 Carolina
203 Tennessee
204 Arizona
205 Pittsburgh
206 C Tennessee
207 C New England
208 C Dallas
209 C Cincinnati

Round 7

210 * Dallas
211 St Louis
212 Kansas City
213 Seattle
214 * Miami
215 Cincinnati
216 Oakland
217 * Tampa Bay
218 Green Bay
219 San Francisco
220 Buffalo
221 * Minnesota
222 New Orleans
223 Houston
224 San Diego
225 Denver
226 * Pittsburgh
227 Dallas
228 NY Jets
229 * Tampa Bay
230 Philadelphia
231 Minnesota
232 * Jacksonville
233 * Tampa Bay
234 New England
235 * Denver
236 Indianapolis
237 * Miami
238 NY Giants
239 Tennessee
240 Arizona
241 Pittsburgh
242 C Tennessee
243 C Washington
244 C San Francisco
245 C Seattle
246 C Chicago
247 C Seattle
248 C Seattle
249 C Cincinnati
250 C Jacksonville
251 C Chicago
252 C Cincinnati
253 C Jacksonville
254 C Arizona
255 C Detroit
256 C Kansas City
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Atanytime, Mayselect
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Ayers, Robert
Baker, Chris
Barden, Ramses
Barwin, Connor
Beatty, William
Beckwith, Darry
Brace, Ron
Britton, Eben
Britt, Kenny
Brown, Andre
Brown, Cody
Brown, Donald
Brown, Everette
Bruton, David
Butler, Darius
Byrd, Jarius
Cadogan, Gerald
Casey, James
Chung, Patrick
Coffman, Chase
Cook, Jared
Crabtree, Michael
Curry, Aaron
Cushing, Brian
Davis, James
Davis, Vontae
Delmas, Louis
Ellerbee, Daniel
English, Larry
Francies, Coye
Freeman, Josh
Freeman, Marcus
Gilbert, Jarron
Green, Shonn
Green, Tyronne
Hamlin, Michael
Harris, Victor
Harvin, Percy
Heyward-Bey, Darrius
Hood, Evander
Iglesias, Juaquin
Ingram, Cornelius
Jackson, Tyson
Jean-Francois, Ricky
Jenkins, Malcolm
Jennings, Rashad
Johnson, Jeremiah
Johnson, Michael
Johnson, Rashad
King, Mitch
Kropog, Tony
Kruger, Paul
Laurinitis, James
Levitre, Andy
Loadholt, Phil
Lugis, Johnathan
Mack, Alex
Maclin, Jeremy
Magee, Alex
Marks, Sen'Derrick
Martin, Sherrod
Massaquoi, Mohammed
Maualuga, Rey
Maybin, Aaron
McCoy, LeSean
McRath, Gerald
Meredith, Jamon
Mickens, Mike
Miller, Roy
Mitchell, Marko
Moala, Fili
Monroe, Eugene
Moore, DJ
Moore, Kyle
Moore, William
Moreno, Knowshon
Murphy, Louis
Nelson, Shawn
Nicks, Hakeem
Oher, Michael
Orakpo, Brian
Peerman, Cedric
Peria, Jerry
Pettigrew, Brandon
Pryor, Myron
Raji, BJ
Ringer, Javon
Robinson, Duke
Robiske, Brian
Sanchez, Mark
Scott, Dorrel
Sidbury. Lawrence
Sintim, Clint
Smith, Alphonso
Smith, Andre
Smith, Jason
Smith, Sean
Stafford, Matt
Sulak, Stryker
Topou, Fenuki
Ubrik, Craig
Unger, Max
Vaughn, Chip
Watkins, Jason
Williams, Brandon
Wells, Chris
White, Pat
Woods, Eric

dekers
03-28-2009, 06:08 AM
Sorry am late again . Work .lol
with the 92 pick the colts pick


Troy Kropog, Tulane
Height: 6-5. Weight: 309.
Projected 40 Time: 5.02.
Combine 40 Time: 5.32.
Benchx225: 21. Arm: 33 1/2.
Projected Round (2009): 2-3.

well i can't seem to read . lol so lets try this again

with the 92 pick the colts pick

Marko Mitchell #82 WR
Nevada Wolf Pack

Birth Date March 11, 1985
Hometown YORK, AL
Height 6-3
Weight 210 lbs.

ludo21
03-28-2009, 07:28 AM
The New York Giants Select: Asher Allen, CB Georgia

file:///C:/DOCUME%7E1/WORKST%7E1/LOCALS%7E1/Temp/moz-screenshot.jpg<table width="100%" border="0" cellpadding="1" cellspacing="0"><tbody><tr><td valign="top" width="50%"><table width="100%" bgcolor="#009900" border="1" cellpadding="1" cellspacing="1"><tbody><tr bgcolor="#eeffee"><td align="center">STRENGTHS</td></tr> <tr valign="middle" bgcolor="#ffffff"><td>http://media.scout.com/media/site_logo/eval_pro.gif Body Control </td></tr> <tr valign="middle" bgcolor="#ffffff"><td>http://media.scout.com/media/site_logo/eval_pro.gif Closing Speed </td></tr> <tr valign="middle" bgcolor="#ffffff"><td>http://media.scout.com/media/site_logo/eval_pro.gif Hip Flexibility </td></tr> </tbody></table> </td> <td valign="top" width="50%"> <table width="100%" bgcolor="#cc0000" border="1" cellpadding="1" cellspacing="1"> </table> </td> </tr> </tbody></table> A quick running back that also excels at his corner position. He has the size and the athleticism to play on either side of the ball on the next level.

Kaylore
03-28-2009, 09:43 PM
Conklin's time has lapsed. BroncoBuff is on the clock.

Also we need to look at replacing Schism (Eddie Mac or Req?) if he doesn't post soon.

Kaylore
03-29-2009, 02:27 PM
Boncobuff's time has lapsed. A.L.F. is on the clock.

Kaylore
03-29-2009, 04:52 PM
****Announcement****

Killericon will be replacing Schism in the draft for the Bears. Thank you.

Killericon
03-29-2009, 05:58 PM
And so it comes full circle. I signed up for the Bears, handed it off, and it comes back.

With the 99th overall pick in the 2009 NFL Draft, the Chicago Bears proudly select Brandon Gibson, Wide Receiver from Washington State.

http://pbrown16.files.wordpress.com/2008/08/wsu-gibson.jpg

JCMElway
03-29-2009, 08:28 PM
Boncobuff's time has lapsed. A.L.F. is on the clock.

It is the weekend. I think Broncobuff and Conk will get in here once we get 9-5 again.




I hope so, anyways......

Kaylore
03-29-2009, 10:35 PM
It is the weekend. I think Broncobuff and Conk will get in here once we get 9-5 again.




I hope so, anyways......

And technically A.L.F's time is up. Let's hope Monday brings something better. I've never seen three in a row just go AWOL like this.

Boss Man
03-29-2009, 11:50 PM
The Cleveland Browns select Cornelius Ingram TE Florida

http://images.townnews.com/alligator.org/content/articles/2008/08/07/sports/football/080808aci.jpg

Kaylore
03-30-2009, 12:33 PM
****Announcement****

Eddie Mac has replaced Conklin as GM for the Dallas Cowboys.

socalorado
03-30-2009, 01:06 PM
With the 105th pick, the Seachickens select

ROY MILLER DT TEX

http://cache.daylife.com/imageserve/03Ju73y1Roep3/610x.jpg

MagicHef
03-30-2009, 01:20 PM
With the 106th pick, the Bengals select:

Alex Magee, DT, Purdue

Height: 6-25/8 | Weight: 298 | 40-Time: 5.07

Strengths:
Good size and bulk with long arms...Above average athleticism...Nice speed and quickness...Uses his hands well...Pretty good strength...Can get upfield and penetrate...Excellent range and is good in pursuit...A reliable tackler...Has a decent motor..Relatively durable...Offers some positional versatility...Has a lot of experience versus top competition.

Weaknesses:
Way too inconsistent...Marginal instincts and awareness...Has trouble getting off blocks...Needs to use better leverage...Can be eliminated by double-teams... Average against the run ...Was not overly productive.

Notes:
Also being looked at as a five-technique by 3-4 teams...Played out of position at defensive end as a senior...Moved back inside at the Senior Bowl and looked awfully impressive...An underachiever who has the tools you look for but for one reason or another he doesn't always play up to them...Could excel as a three-technique...Might get misevaluated based on his senior film and could wind up being a steal for someone.

BroncoBuff
03-30-2009, 02:41 PM
With the 102nd pick, the Kansas City chefs select:

Mike Mickens
CB - Cincinnati

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eddie mac
03-30-2009, 04:10 PM
With pick 4-101 the Dallas Cowboys select

Sherrod Martin FS/CB Troy

Overview
The success of former Troy defenders Leodis McKelvin and DeMarcus Ware makes the Alabama school a favorite visit for scouts mining for "sleepers." Part of the Trojans' first-team All-Sun Belt safety duo in 2008 -- he teamed with Terence Moore -- Martin's versatility was evident in every game. He had 90 tackles and four interceptions in 2008 (nine career) just one season after making nine tackles for loss in eight games as a junior. Martin's future might be at cornerback because of his size-speed combination.

Analysis
Strengths: Good height and has a wiry, strong frame. ... Flies around the field. ... Gets to the opposite sideline in a hurry. ... His speed and coverage skills take away opponents' deep routes, allowing the defensive line to wreak havoc. ... Can work through trash and find the ball. ... Has nice length to wrap up in the open field. ... Despite his height, Martin has the low, smooth backpedal necessary to play corner. ... Has speed to blitz effectively from 10 yards out or close quickly on inside runs. ... Used as a gunner on punt returns.



Weaknesses: May become a safety/corner "tweener." ... Instincts are questionable and he will take bad angles to the ballcarrier. ... Gets sucked in on play-action. ... Is not a consistent tackler in space as he fails to break down, drops his head or tries to tackle the ballcarrier's shoulder pads. ... Not the physical force putting fear into receivers over the middle. ... Is only adequate against receiver blocks downfield. ... Redshirted in 2006 after having surgery on both shoulders (labrum) prior to spring practice. ... Missed four games in 2007 with broken bones in his left hand. ... Turned 24 during his senior season.

Dallas Draft Picks

2-51 Patrick Chung SS Oregon
3-69 Louis Murphy WR Florida
4-101 Sherrod Martin FS/CB Troy

Pick made at 17-08 CST, Jacksonville and Arkie are OTC

Arkie
03-30-2009, 05:46 PM
With the 107th pick, the Jacksonville Jaguars select

Jonathan Luigs C Arkansas
6'4", 301

http://static.nfl.com/static/content/catch_all/nfl_image/combine/headshots/71373.jpg

Luigs was an integral part of the Razorbacks' vaunted running game the past few seasons, and returned to school despite a coaching change after he won the 2007 Rimington Award as the nation's top center. Although his senior season was somewhat disappointing from a team perspective, Luigs managed second-team All-SEC honors despite a slew of talented pivot men in the conference and was again a finalist for the Rimington (won by Penn State's A.Q. Shipley). In a very deep center class, Luigs is still considered by many to be the top prospect. Had an arm span of 31 1/4 inches and a hand span of 9 1/4 inches at the combine.

Positives: Prototype size for the position. Rare athleticism. Good burst off the snap and can block on the move. Quickly moves his feet to get the appropriate angle on his man. Gets to the second level quickly as a run and pass blocker. Good initial quickness as a pass blocker. Settles well and plays with good balance. Equally effective snapping in the shotgun or traditional quarterback exchange. Cerebral player who makes the line calls and adjusts well to unexpected blitzes and defensive alignments.

Negatives: Relies on quickness and technique rather than pure strength to generate movement at the point of attack, and can be stalemated by bigger, stronger defenders. Can be tossed aside after initial hit. Struggles to remain engaged with defenders when blocking at the second level, and will miss targets altogether. Leans forward too far at times to reach his man, keeping Luigs off balance.

http://www.nwanews.com/images/stories/20090311/adg_Pc0170700.jpg

Kaylore
03-30-2009, 11:16 PM
With pick 108 the Dolphins are shocked to find

Running back out of NC State
Andre Brown
Still on the board and so HAVE to take him.
http://www.accphotos.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2007/09/20070915-0238.jpg

Brown is a north/south runner that has incredible vision, is a great blocker and has above average hands. His durability issues and lack of explosive speed hurt his value, but I have doubts he falls into the fourth round in the real draft.

Thanks, suckers! :approve:

Archer81
03-31-2009, 07:21 AM
Packers, with the 109th selection in the 2009 NFL Draft...

Jason Watkins, OT, Florida. (6'6, 317, 5.22 40)

http://tinyurl.com/cfgyzx

Positives: Tall, athletic LT with long arms and quick feet. Quickly gets to the 2nd level, good punch to stiffle defenders. Can play either side.

Negatives: Waist bender, doesnt always bend his knees in pass protection. Needs to improve his ability to hit moving targets

Why the Packers take him: Both OT's from 2008 are free agents. Doesnt hurt to have depth or competition for starting roles if one or both OT's return.

:Broncos:

BowlenBall
03-31-2009, 10:05 PM
It seems that the Buffalo Bills (and Rovolution) have missed their pick, so with the 111th pick (in the 4th round) of the OM Mock draft II, the San Francisco 49ers select:

OT Gerald Cadogan, Penn State

http://blog.pennlive.com/joehermitt/2008/10/large_gerald%20cadogan.jpg


Overview

Cadogan developed into one of the sound blocking technicians in the country, emerging in his senior year as a player who can add to the university's impressive record of producing solid pro offensive lineman.

While his exploits on the football field are impressive, he is also the 36th player in the Joe Paterno era to garner Academic All-American honors and only the sixth to receive that prestigious honor twice in a career (2006, '08).

The three-time Academic All-Big Ten Conference and Academic All-District II choice received a perfect 4.0 grade point average for the 2007 fall semester. With a full plate of football, academics and community outreach, he has still managed to excel with a double-major of Rehabilitation Services and Psychology, boasting a cumulative 3.68 grade point average for his career.

At Portsmouth High School, Cadogan served as team captain for both the football and swimming teams. He lettered in track and basketball. The Associated Press named him an All-State first-team selection after he registered 94 knockdown blocks during his senior campaign. After that season, he was selected to play in the 2004 Big 33 Classic and the Ohio North-South All-Star game.

Cadogan was a two-time All-Conference choice by the Youngstown Vindicator and was a finalist for the Wendy's High School Heisman Trophy. He added the Portsmouth Daily Times Sportsman of the Year Award and was named the Ohio News Network Student Athlete of the Week. As a junior, he was named MVP of the swim team.

Cadogan enrolled at Penn State in 2004, performing on the scout team. He was a reserve left offensive tackle in 2005, playing in four games behind All-American Levi Brown. As a sophomore, he shared left guard duties with Robert Price, starting five of the team's first six games before sitting out the Outback Bowl vs. Tennessee.

Brown having graduated, Cadogan shifted to left tackle in 2007. The All-Big Ten Conference choice registered 71 knockdowns, as his 16 touchdown-resulting blocks were the second-best total in the league, topped only by Michigan's All-American tackle Jake Long (17), who was the first pick of the 2008 NFL Draft by Miami.

Cadogan was dominant as a senior. He joined Wisconsin All-American offensive tackle Joe Thomas (2006) as the only offensive linemen in league history to record seven blocking consistency grades of 90% or better in 2008. He led the team with an 89.54% blocking grade, producing 106 knockdowns/key blocks and 23 touchdown-resulting blocks.

Compares To:
JAMMAL BROWN, New Orleans -- Cadogan's quickness off the snap and confidence in his hands improved greatly in 2008. With his confidence gaining in leaps and bounds, he could be one of the bigger surprises among senior draft prospects, but might be a better fit at offensive guard or right tackle.

Agility Tests
Campus: 5.09 in the 40-yard dash … 1.76 10-yard dash … 2.96 20-yard dash … 4.52 20-yard shuttle … 7.58 three-cone drill … 30 1/2-inch vertical jump … 8'8" broad jump … Bench pressed 225 pounds 26 times.

Combine: 4.99 in the 40-yard dash … 1.75 10-yard dash … 2.96 20-yard dash … 4.80 20-yard shuttle … 8.05 three-cone drill … 25-inch vertical jump … 7'11" broad jump … Bench pressed 225 pounds 26 times … 35-inch arms … 9 1/2-inch hands.

Personal
Earned a double-major in Rehabilitation Services and Psychology … .Received Academic All-American honors in 2006 and 2008, becoming the sixth player in school history to be a member of that prestigious squad twice in a career … Added ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District recognition from 2006-08 and Academic All-Big Ten Conference accolades from 2005-08 … Three-time Academic All-District II pick … Compiled a perfect 4.0 grade point average during the 2007 fall semester and has a cumulative grade point average of 3.68 to date … Dean's List student … Active member of Penn State's Student-Athlete Advisory Board (SAAB) and the Nagle CHAMPS/Life Skills program. Among some of his community service activities are: Speakers Bureau, Penn Pals, Student-Athlete Shadow Day, Dance Marathon, Special Olympics Pennsylvania Summer Games and Make-A-Wish … Son of Maureen and Anthony Cadogan … Gerald's younger brother, Nathaniel, currently a senior at Portsmouth (Ohio) High School, is a defensive end prospect and regarded as one of the best from Ohio's Class of 2009. He attended the Penn State football camp this summer. "He came to the camp, and he had a great time," Gerald said. "I'm sure he'll think about Penn State." … Cadogan is an avid musician, playing the trumpet, in addition to his talent singing and song arrangement among his hobbies … Born Gerald Anthony Cadogan on 1/16/86 in Oakland, California … Resides in Portsmouth, Ohio.

Pick made at:
8:10 a.m. UTC +4 (Abu Dhabi)
12:10 a.m. North American Eastern Time Zone
11:10 p.m. North American Central Time Zone
10:10 p.m. Mountain Time Zone
9:10 p.m. Pacific Time Zone
8:10 p.m. Alaska Standard Time

The Houston Texans (and Hawk's Boys) are up next....

rovolution
03-31-2009, 11:53 PM
But wait! The Bills have made our selection....


With the pick of the 2009 NFL Draft, the Buffalo Bills select

Tyronne Green, G, Auburn

http://media.scout.com/Media/Image/54/547790.jpg



Pick made at 11:52 MT now the Houston Texans (HawksBoy) are on the clock...

ColoradoBuff
04-01-2009, 11:11 AM
With the 112th pick in the OM II 2009 Draft the Houston Texans select:

Wide Receiver | Senior | Georgia

Mohamed Massaquoi

Height: 6-1<SUP>1/2</SUP> | Weight: 210 | 40-Time: 4.67


http://media.scout.com/media/image/26/264217.jpg

Strengths:
Excellent athleticism...Has the height you look for...Great speed and quickness...Long arms...Pretty good hands...Has shown the ability to make the difficult catch...Terrific ball skills and body control...Very tough and is not afraid to work the middle...Elusive and can do some damage after the catch...Knows how to get open....Productive with lots of experience against elite competition...Hard worker and solid leader.

Weaknesses:
Drops have been a problem in the past...Doesn't play as fast as he times...Is not a great route runner...Has a thin build...Goes down easy and won't break tackles...Not very strong...Durability may be an issue.

Notes:
Last name is pronounced "MASS-a-qwah"...The son of Liberian immigrants...A very highly-regarded recruit coming out of high school...Was basically a four-year starter in the SEC...Took talented freshman A.J. Green under his wing and mentored him...Had the best season of his career as a senior...Probably not quite the prospect Reggie Brown was coming out of college but is a similar type of player.

Pick made at 11:11 am mtn time

brncs_fan
04-01-2009, 05:14 PM
With the 113th pick the Chargers select:

Kyle Moore, DE, USC

http://1.bp.blogspot.com/_mAxom8qZB0Y/Rvst8GDj9YI/AAAAAAAABEk/ZFPy80lWS2A/s320/Kyle%2BMoore.jpg

Space eater who can fill in for the recently departed Igor at DE.

Pick was made at 6:13pm CST. The Broncos are on the clock.

Kaylore
04-01-2009, 08:37 PM
****Announcement****

A.L.F. Has been replaced by SoDak Bronco. Thank you.

24champ
04-01-2009, 10:23 PM
With the Rams third round selection...the Rams select LB Jason Phillips of TCU.


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Requiem
04-02-2009, 10:36 AM
Jets select Keenan Lewis, CB - Oregon St.

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JCMElway
04-02-2009, 10:45 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 :confuzzle
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 - On the clock :thumbsup:
142 Cincinnati - Magichef -
143 * Atlanta - Drek -
144 Jacksonville - Arkie -
145 Green Bay - sirhcyennek -
146 San Francisco - Expatfan -
147 Buffalo - Rovolution -
148 San Diego - brncs fan -
149 Denver - JCMElway -
150 Washington - randomtask -
151 * NY Giants - ludo
152 Houston - Hawk's Boys -
153 * Philadelphia - Oskie -
154 Chicago - Killericon
155 Tampa Bay - Northman -
156 Dallas - Eddie Mac -
157 Philadelphia - Oskie -
158 Minnesota - Jebures -
159 * Philadelphia - Oskie -
160 Atlanta - Drek -
161 Miami - Kaylore -
162 Baltimore
163 Carolina - Gowyo -
164 NY Giants - Ludo
165 Indianapolis - dekers -
166 * Dallas - Eddie Mac
167 Arizona - theRev -
168 Pittsburgh - Skpac -
169 C Pittsburgh - Skpac -
170 C New England - Rohirrim -
171 C San Francisco - Expatfan -
172 C Dallas - Eddie Mac -
173 C Tennessee - Lycan -

Round 6

174 Detroit - Florida Bronco -
175 Kansas City - Broncobuff -
176 St Louis - ALF -
177 Cleveland - Boss man -
178 Seattle - Socalorado -
179 Cincinnati - Magichef -
180 Jacksonville - Arkie -
181 * Miami - kaylore -
182 Green Bay - sirhcyennek -
183 Buffalo - Rovolution -
184 San Francisco - Expatfan -
185 Denver - JCMElway -
186 washington - randomtask -
187 * Green Bay - sirhcyennek -
188 Houston - Hawk's Boys -
189 San Diego - brncs fan -
190 * Tampa Bay - Northman -
191 * Chicago - Killericon -
192 * Detroit - Florida Bronco -
193 NY Jets - Requiem -
194 Philadelphia - Oskie -
195 * Philadelphia - Oskie -
196 Atlanta - Drek -
197 * Dallas - Eddie Mac -
198 Baltimore
199 New England - Rohirrim -
200 NY Giants - Ludo -
201 Indianapolis - dekers -
202 Carolina - Gowyo -
203 Tennessee - Lycan -
204 Arizona - theRev -
205 Pittsburgh - Skpac -
206 C Tennessee - Lycan -
207 C New England - Rohirrim -
208 C Dallas - Eddie Mac -
209 C Cincinnati - Magichef -

Round 7

210 * Dallas - Eddie Mac -
211 St Louis - ALF -
212 Kansas City - Broncobuff -
213 Seattle - Socalorado -
214 * Miami - Kaylore -
215 Cincinnati - Magichef -
216 Oakland - Rugbythug -
217 * Tampa Bay - Northman -
218 Green Bay - sirhcyennek -
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 -
__________________

Alpha list:
Atanytime, Mayselect
Allen, Asher
Ayers, Robert
Baker, Chris
Barden, Ramses
Barnes, Kevin
Barwin, Connor
Beatty, William
Beckum, Travis
Beckwith, Darry
Brace, Ron
Binkley, Jasper
Bomar, Rhett
Britt, Kenny
Britton, Eben
Brown, Andre
Brown, Cody
Brown, Donald
Brown, Everette
Bruton, David
Butler, Darius
Byrd, Jarius
Cadogan, Gerald
Caldwell, Antoine
Canfield, Trevor
Casey, James
Casillas, Jonathan
Chung, Patrick
Clemons, Chris
Coffman, Chase
Cook, Jared
Crabtree, Michael
Curry, Aaron
Cushing, Brian
Davis, James
Davis, Vontae
Delmas, Louis
Ellerbee, Daniel
English, Larry
Follett, Zach
Francies, Coye
Freeman, Josh
Freeman, Marcus
Fulton, Xavier
Gilbert, Jarron
Green, Courtney
Green, Shonn
Green, Tyronne
Hamlin, Michael
Harris, Nic
Harris, Victor
Harvin, Percy
Heartline, Andrew
Heyward-Bey, Darrius
Hill, Sammie Lee
Holtzclaw, Daniel
Hood, Evander
Iglesias, Juaquin
Ingram, Cornelius
Jackson, Tyson
Jean-Francois, Ricky
Jenkins, Malcolm
Jennings, Rashad
Jerry, Piera
Johnson, Jeremiah
Johnson, Michael
Johnson, Rashad
King, Mitch
Knighton, Terrance
Kropog, Tony
Kruger, Paul
Lang, TJ
Laurinitis, James
Levitre, Andy
Lewis, Keenan
Loadholt, Phil
Lugis, Johnathan
Mack, Alex
Maclin, Jeremy
Magee, Alex
Maiava, Kaluka
Marks, Sen'Derrick
Martin, Sherrod
Massaquoi, Mohammed
Maualuga, Rey
Maybin, Aaron
McCoy, LeSean
McKenzie, Tyrone
McKillop, Scott
McRath, Gerald
Meredith, Jamon
Mickens, Mike
Miller, Roy
Mitchell, Marko
Moala, Fili
Monroe, Eugene
Moore, DJ
Moore, Kyle
Moore, William
Moreno, Knowshon
Murphy, Louis
Nelson, Shawn
Nicks, Hakeem
Oher, Michael
Orakpo, Brian
Peerman, Cedric
Peria, Jerry
Pettigrew, Brandon
Pryor, Myron
Raji, BJ
Ringer, Javon
Robinson, Duke
Robiske, Brian
Sanchez, Mark
Scott, Dorrel
Shaughnessy, Matt
Sidbury. Lawrence
Sintim, Clint
Smith, Alphonso
Smith, Andre
Smith, Jason
Smith, Sean
Stafford, Matt
Sulak, Stryker
Taylor, Curtis
Taylor, Terrance
Topou, Fenuki
Ubrik, Craig
Unger, Max
Vasquex, Louis
Vaughn, Chip
Watkins, Jason
Williams, Brandon
Williams, Jason
Williams, Derrick
Williams, Javarris
Williams, Worrell
Wells, Chris
White, Pat
Woods, Eric

worm
04-02-2009, 12:01 PM
With the 116th overall pick and the first Saints selection since the 1st round...

The New Orleans Saints select:
Kevin Barnes, CB Maryland.

Any guy that can stick somebody and make them puke deserves a shot at playing the nickle for the Who Dat Nation this year.

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Kaylore
04-02-2009, 01:08 PM
Can we get the draft order to reflect the corrected GM's? (Conklin is now Eddie Mac, Schism is now Killericon, etc.)

Also ALF is still the GM for the Rams, but SoDak Bronco will be assisting him.

Lycan
04-02-2009, 01:50 PM
Anyone else just notice Dorrell Scott has been drafted twice?

JCMElway
04-02-2009, 02:29 PM
Thanks Lycan, good catch. In the 4th round the Denver Broncos select:

Jasper Brinkley, Inside Linebacker, South Carolina 6'2" 252.

Brinkley could range anywhere from one to six of the top Inside Linebackers in the draft. I started thinking Brinkley had played too close to the line at South Carolina but I went to the film and there was Jasper making plays in Coverage.

He's got great size. He hits like a ton of bricks. He's all over the field.

Brinkley played two seasons at the Georgia Military Academy before enrolling at South Carolina. In his first season of D1 ball, he made an immediate splash. He led the Gamecocks with 107 tackles, 14.5 for loss, and five sacks. Big things were expected as a senior in 2007, and he was off to a quick start before a knee injury put him on the shelf after four games. To that point, Brinkley had 21 tackles and two interceptions on the year. He bounced back from the injury to have a solid senior year, posting 65 tackles, five for loss, 2.5 sacks and an interception.

Strengths

Brinkley is a beast in between the tackles. He has tremendous size and is a force against the run. His size and power make it difficult for blockers to move him out of hole to open up running lanes. Brinkley shows the ability to occupy a blocker then shed when the action comes his way. He is quick in a short area and is aggressive filling the hole, and should be a fantastic run stopper in the NFL.

Weaknesses

The knee injury Brinkley had last year is an issue he will have to face in the post season. He will need to prove that he is completely healthy and that it will not be a problem for him. Even without the knee injury, his potential may be limited to a two down run stuffer because he is a liability in coverage. He lacks the foot speed and change of direction ability to be a factor in space.

Future

Brinkley has a future in the NFL because of his ability to stop the run. How much of an impact overall he will have is up in the air. He hasn’t appeared as explosive closing on the ball carrier since the injury and he will need to show that he can move and cover ground in workouts. Teams in need of help stopping the run with a thumper inside will put in a lot of work checking out Brinkley.

eddie mac
04-02-2009, 07:56 PM
At pick 4-117, The Dallas Cowboys select

Sammie Lee Hill NT Stillman

Overview
Stillman College has not produced a load of players to the NFL, but when scouts went to the "other school" in Tuscaloosa to check out Brian Witherspoon in 2007, they couldn't help but notice the big man inside. Hill played defensive end as a senior, despite his 6-foot-4, 328-pound frame, because coaches wanted to prevent double-team blocks from taking him out of the action. The result was his most productive season yet (59 tackles, 15.5 tackles for loss, 7.5 sacks, seven pass breakups and a second straight first-team All-SIAC selection). His agility and girth are coveted by scouts, making him a potential middle-round pick in 2009


Analysis
Positives: Tall with muscular overall build and long arms. ... Displays excellent agility and quickness for his size. ... Uses a punch and good hand play to discard offensive tackles at the line of scrimmage. ... Swats chipping running backs away like flies on the outside. ... Good closing speed and has the length to wrap up in the backfield. ... Flashes the initial quickness inside. ... Bull rushes his man into the pocket when one-on-one inside. ... Breaks down on the edge and changes direction well for his size. ... Could project as a 3-4 defensive end.



Negatives: Looks like a man among boys against lower level competition, especially when lined up on the edge, but must prove he can handle the next level physically. ... Fails to consistently get off double teams when inside. ... Must work on lowering his pad level so he's not stood up to lose the leverage battle against NFL offensive linemen and be susceptible to cut blocks. ... Doesn't chase or hustle consistently.


Dallas Draft Picks

2-51 Patrick Chung SS Oregon
3-69 Louis Murphy WR Florida
4-101 Sherrod Martin FS/CB Troy
4-117 Sammie Lee Hill NT Stillman

Selection made at 9-53pm ET, New Orleans and Worm are OTC.

worm
04-02-2009, 09:08 PM
With the 118th overall pick...

The New Orleans Saints select:
Zack Follett, LB California

Sometimes...you are just a football player. If they ever found a way to measure heart and desire, Zack would be a 10.

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Killericon
04-02-2009, 09:30 PM
With the 119th overall pick in the draft, the Chicago Bears proudly select Trevor Canfield, Offensive Guard from Cincinatti.

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Kaylore
04-03-2009, 10:28 AM
Northman's time has lapsed. Oskie is on the clock.

Northman
04-03-2009, 10:35 AM
Tampa Bay selects;

Daniel Holtzclaw, Eastern Michigan LB

Broncoman13
04-03-2009, 12:35 PM
The Eagles select:

Jason Williams

Outside Linebacker | Senior | Western Illinois

Height: 6-3 | Weight: 235 | 40-Time: 4.60

Pro day results/news:
Western Illinois linebacker Jason Williams, a DuSable graduate, was the player most of the 17 NFL teams present wanted to see, and he didn't disappoint. The 238-pounder ran the 40-yard dash between 4.42 and 4.48 seconds, besting the numbers he put up last week at his school.

ColoradoBuff
04-03-2009, 02:46 PM
With the 122nd pick in the OM II draft the Houston Texans select:

Tyrone McKenzie, OLB, Univ. of South Florida

Height: 6-1<SUP>5/8</SUP> | Weight: 243 | 40-Time: 4.77
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Strengths:
Excellent athleticism...Terrific speed and quickness with a burst to close...Outstanding sideline-to-sideline range...Nice instincts and awareness...Reliable tackler...Smooth and is able to match up in coverage...Comfortable in space...Active with a good motor...Great football IQ...Offers some versatility...Special teams potential...Good work ethic...Durable with a lot of experience...Impressive production.

Weaknesses:
Just average size and bulk...Can be too aggressive at times...Not very strong or physical...Isn't a big hitter...Has some trouble getting off blocks...Doesn't fill hard against the run...Average hands and ball skills...Uses sub par leverage...Is not much of a pass rusher or blitzer...Definitely isn't a thumper...Bounced around to three colleges.

Notes:
Nearly saw his football career come to an end as a junior in high school when he suffered a severely fractured leg, which required the insertion of a titanium rod to repair...Began his college career at Michigan St. in 2004...Transferred to Iowa St. and sat out the 2005 season...Started all 12 games at middle linebacker for the Cyclones and was named 2nd Team All-Big 12 in 2006...Opted to transfer yet again but was granted an NCAA hardship waiver and allowed to play without sitting for a year because his mother was sick...Was 2nd Team All-Big East in 2007 and earned 1st Team honors in 2008...Could project outside or inside at the next level depending on the scheme...Has a fantastic blend of physical tools and production and should test well in workouts...Won't be an ideal fit for everyone but should draw plenty of interest from teams willing to sacrifice size in exchange for speed and athleticism.


pick made at 2:45 pm mtn time. Baltimore-Houshy is on the clock

Kaylore
04-04-2009, 10:58 AM
Houshyamma's time has lapsed. Rohirrim is on the clock.

Rohirrim
04-04-2009, 11:27 AM
The Pats come deep into the 4th round and are happy to find this versatile player still on the board. The Pats select:

http://blog.newsok.com/photo/files/2008/09/nic-harris.jpg

Nic Harris SS 6'2" 234 Oklahoma

Harris is a big-time defender who covers well and can play in the box and defend the run. He has good awareness and positions himself well to make plays. He has good ball skills and rolls over to coverage well. He immediately recognizes the action and delivers punishing hits on the opposition. He lacks elite straight-line speed and lateral quickness. He’s a tweener who could play linebacker at the next level. – Chris Steuber, Scout.com

Drek is up.

Drek
04-04-2009, 12:59 PM
With the 125th pick in the draft the Falcons select....

Courtney Green, S, Rutgers

http://www.suathletics.com/images/2006/8/23/greene_cinn%20112.jpg

Strengths:
Good athlete...Adequate height and great bulk...Super physical and aggressive...Will deliver the knockout hit...Instinctive...Strong...Team Leader / Captain...Special teams ability...Durable...Lots of experience.

Weaknesses:
Average speed and quickness...Lacks a burst...Struggles to match up in coverage...Hips aren't fluid...Will miss some tackles...Does not have top hands or ball skills...Unable to recover when beat...Undisciplined.

Notes:
Was a four-year starter for the Scarlet Knights...Attended Bridgton Academy prep school for a year before college...Immediately earned a starting job in 2005 and was named a Freshman All-American...Led the team in tackles as both a freshman and junior...Named 2nd Team All-Big East in 2006 and 2007 and 1st Team as a senior...Started a school-record 50 consecutive games...Looked like a potential Day One pick heading into his senior season but didn't have the big year most were expecting...Could be a steal if he reverts to the form he showed as a junior...Profiles as a classic in-the-box strong safety at the next level.

Rugbythug is on the clock as of 1400 CDT.

rugbythug
04-04-2009, 03:03 PM
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</td> <td valign="top" align="left"> Terrance Taylor (DT (http://www.nfl.com/draft/2009/tracker#dt-tabs:dt-by-position/dt-by-position-input:dl))
Height: 6'0"
Weight: 306
College: Michigan (http://www.nfl.com/draft/2009/tracker#dt-tabs:dt-by-college/dt-by-college-input:33)
Conference: Big 10 (http://www.nfl.com/draft/2009/tracker#dt-tabs:dt-by-college/dt-by-conference-input:big10)
Hometown: Muskegon, MI
High School: Muskegon

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3:03 Mountain Time

dekers
04-04-2009, 08:15 PM
In the fourth round with pick #127
the colts pick



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02/05/2009 - Tennessee found a pretty promising defensive end in the second round last year when the Titans drafted Jason Jones. Now, there's another player coming out of the MAC school that the Bears are keeping a close eye on. The team is expected to bring in offensive tackle T.J. Lang for a visit some time after his pro day later this month, according to a report. Lang is a three-year starter at left tackle who started on the other side of the ball. Maybe it's his background on defense that gives him a nasty demeanor NFL types like. Ultimately, he could project inside or at right tackle. He didn't miss a game the last three seasons and is considered a physical performer. At the Texas vs. The Nation Game, which general manager Jerry Angelo scouted, Lang was worked at both center and guard, as well as tackle, and reportedly did well. The Eagles will hold their pro day March 16. - Brad Biggs, Chicago Sun-Times

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A lot of NFL fans hadn't heard of last year's EMU riser, Tennessee third-round pick DE Jason Jones, before the draft, but he was an immediate contributor on the Titans' excellent defensive line. Lang's toughness and versatility could force him into the top four rounds as well. The 2008 second-team All-MAC pick started at left tackle the past two years after lining up at right tackle as a sophomore and even starting the season opener as a true freshman (played in all 11 games). Lang will start inside at the next level, but could be a spot reserve at any line spot, which is a valuable skill.
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GoHAM
04-04-2009, 09:14 PM
With Pick #128 the Carolina Panthers are pessimistically optimistic about selecting:

Rhett Bomar, QB, Sam Houston State, 6'2", 225 lb

The reasoning goes, we have to replace Jake the Mistake (sooner than later), and since drafting a QB is a crap shoot, we like the odds of drafting a QB who wears #7 on his chest, likes orange, and makes money at a car dealership.

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Strengths: Adequate height and size, with strong bicep development. His quick release and arm strength allow him to throw accurately over the middle, across the field or on the run (to his left and right) from under center or the shotgun. Displayed above-average mobility, even early in the season when wearing a brace to protect a torn left ACL suffered late in 2007 (missed last two games). Can move within the pocket to find a passing lane and keep defenses honest by running for first downs (and more).

Weaknesses: Strong leader, but straddles the line between confident and cocky. Lacks the size that can propel FCS quarterbacks like Joe Flacco into the first round. Locks onto receivers and gets stuck in the pocket (leading to sacks) if his primary read is not available. Needs a bit more air under this deep throws and must take some zip off short touch throws. Threw 13 interceptions in 2008, usually when trying to force a ball deep to keep his team in the ballgame.

Compares To: JONATHAN "J.P." LOSMAN, ex-Buffalo -- Yes, they are both blessed with great arm strength and show good mobility running with the ball, but sometimes their confidence can be taken for cockiness and arrogance. Bomar showed at the Senior Bowl that he can make all the throws, but he looked like he tried to carry the team on his shoulders too much last year. That, coupled by his tendency to lock on to his primary target too long and a noticeable drop in his production as a runner, makes you wonder if he is just a rifle-armed passer who will be carrying a clipboard for the majority of his career. The jury is out, and he certainly did not take the world by storm during two years playing against inferior competition at Sam Houston State. - from NFL.com

Pick was made at 9:14 pm MST, Ludo and the Giants are on the clock.

ludo21
04-04-2009, 09:42 PM
With the 129th Pick the Giants select: Xavier Fulton OT, Illinois

The Giants need to groom another OT for the future, and Fulton's potential is what the Giants love here in the 4th round.

Analysis Positives: Naturally large man with the frame to add at least an additional 10-15 pounds without a significant loss of quickness. ... Raw, but possesses rare tools. ... Lacks consistency with his initial quickness off the snap, but gets excellent depth in his kick slide to protect the edge as a pass rusher. ... Natural knee bender who plays with balance. ... Still learning to use his hands, but flashes explosiveness in his hand punch and the ability to turn and sustain. ... Athletic enough to block on the move. ... Hustles to the second and even third level. ... Only beginning to scratch the surface of his talent after spending the first three years of his career at defensive tackle.

Negatives: Raw. ... Made the transition to the offensive line in 2007 and was surrounded by experienced line mates and ultra-athletic skill position players, aiding in his development. ... Too often late off the snap for a player of his athleticism. ... Relies on athleticism, rather than technique, to control his man and can be walked back to the quarterback when he plays too high, exposing his chest. ... Flashes a good initial pop in run blocking, but is not a masher. ... Good athleticism, but can get out of control blocking on the move, allowing his assignment to evade him. Legitimate durability concern: Torn ACL ended his 2005 season prematurely and forced Fulton to take a medical redshirt for the '06 season. ... Struggled with a shoulder sprain throughout the second half of the 2008 season.

Pick was made at 9:40 PM MST, Lycan and the Titans are on the clock!

Lycan
04-04-2009, 09:54 PM
With the 130th pick in the draft the Tennessee Titans select Matt Shaughnessy, DE, Wisconsin

http://media.scout.com/Media/Image/47/473160.jpg


Strengths:
Very good size with long arms the frame to add more weight...Good strength and power...Gets a nice push as a bull rusher...Uses his hands well to get off blocks...Comfortable in space...Excellent motor...Does a terrific job in pursuit..Quick...Nice instincts and awareness...Versatile.

Weaknesses:
Does not always use proper leverage...Just average timed speed and isn't very explosive...Needs to develop more pass rush moves...Not stout at the point...Struggles in coverage...Some durability concerns.


Pick made at 11:54 PM EST. The Arizona Cardinals are now on the clock.

TheReverend
04-05-2009, 01:20 AM
The Arizona Cardinals select:

Johnathan Casillas, Wisconsin

Our franchise will update player information when the opportunity provides itself.

:)

skpac1001
04-05-2009, 06:57 AM
The Steelers select Louis Vasquez, OL, Texas Tech.

Strengths: Is strong and aggressive; blocks with the attitude that is hard to find among guard prospects. Has impressive natural strength and is able to stonewall bull rushers. Does a good job of eliminating the defender on downside blocks and on side in-line run blocks. Gets through the line of scrimmage quickly to deliver a hard initial blow to the linebacker. Does a good job of communicating and working with other linemen to switch off and handle stunts. Excels in helping his linemates when he doesn't have a blocking assignment.

Weaknesses: Lacks the playing speed to pull and get out in front to lead block effectively on outside runs. Does not do a good job of staying under control when blocking out in space. Reaches and grabs at times, leading to missed blocks. Goes through stretches where he blocks too high.

Bottom line: Vasquez displays a toughness that isn't seen much in the NFL. Players like him often end up doing better in the pros because of their physical style.

BobHorry5
04-05-2009, 10:34 AM
ok taking over the ravens draft and to catch up on there draft the baltimore ravens select
Scott McKillop linebacker from pittsburgh
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</td> <td class="nav" colspan="2" width="315" background="images/mcfback.jpg" height="25"> Pro Day Results
</td> </tr> <tr> <td valign="top" width="25%" bgcolor="#f3f3f3"> Combine Invite: Yes
Height: 6007
Weight: 244
40 Yrd Dash: 4.70
20 Yrd Dash: 2.75
10 Yrd Dash: 1.56
Analysis Positives: Productive, instinctual player who sorts through the trash to get to the ballcarrier, seems to have an innate sense of how and when to slide through oncoming blockers. … Very good backfield awareness, always seems to know where the ball is. … Recognizes tight ends going out on delayed routes. … Breaks down well in space and makes secure tackles in the open field. … Can get to the outside to meet the back at the edge. … Drops quickly and hustles to meet receivers in intermediate routes. … Gets a good hit on slot receivers to knock them off their route. … Knows where the sticks are and tries his best to keep underneath receivers from getting there.

</td> <td valign="top" width="25%" bgcolor="#f3f3f3"> 225 Lb. Bench Reps: 27
Vertical Jump: 35 1/2
Broad Jump: 09'11"
20 Yrd Shuttle: 4.39
3-Cone Drill: 7.00</td></tr></tbody></table>

eddie mac
04-05-2009, 11:15 AM
ok taking over the ravens draft and to catch up on there draft the baltimore ravens select
Scott McKillop linebacker from pittsburgh
<table width="630" border="0" cellpadding="0" cellspacing="0"><tbody><tr><td class="nav" colspan="2" width="315" background="images/mcfback.jpg" height="25">
</td> <td class="nav" colspan="2" width="315" background="images/mcfback.jpg" height="25"> Pro Day Results
</td> </tr> <tr> <td valign="top" width="25%" bgcolor="#f3f3f3"> Combine Invite: Yes
Height: 6007
Weight: 244
40 Yrd Dash: 4.70
20 Yrd Dash: 2.75
10 Yrd Dash: 1.56
Analysis Positives: Productive, instinctual player who sorts through the trash to get to the ballcarrier, seems to have an innate sense of how and when to slide through oncoming blockers. … Very good backfield awareness, always seems to know where the ball is. … Recognizes tight ends going out on delayed routes. … Breaks down well in space and makes secure tackles in the open field. … Can get to the outside to meet the back at the edge. … Drops quickly and hustles to meet receivers in intermediate routes. … Gets a good hit on slot receivers to knock them off their route. … Knows where the sticks are and tries his best to keep underneath receivers from getting there.

</td> <td valign="top" width="25%" bgcolor="#f3f3f3"> 225 Lb. Bench Reps: 27
Vertical Jump: 35 1/2
Broad Jump: 09'11"
20 Yrd Shuttle: 4.39
3-Cone Drill: 7.00</td></tr></tbody></table>

89 3-26 Patriots - Rohirrim - Scott McKillop LB, Pittsburgh

Already selected, pick again.

brncs_fan
04-05-2009, 12:01 PM
With pick #133 the Chargers Select Javarris Williams, HB, Tenn. St.

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brncs_fan
04-05-2009, 12:06 PM
With pick #134 the Chargers select Curtis Taylor, S, LSU

http://media.scout.com/Media/Image/47/472315.jpg

Pick was made at 1:05pm CST.

Lycan
04-05-2009, 12:22 PM
Was just reading the draft so far again and realized that Antoine Caldwell, my original pick, was already picked but for some reason he isn't listed on the alphabetical list of players taken. So here is my pick:

With the 135th pick the Tennessee Titans select Worrell Williams, ILB, Califiornia

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Strengths:
Good athleticism...Is quick and agile with a burst...Decent bulk and a solid frame...A reliable tackler...Able to deliver the big hit...Good strength...Works through traffic well...Has a great motor...Intense and competitive...Versatile...Durable and experienced...Good bloodlines.

Weaknesses:
Shorter than you'd prefer...Does not have great timed speed...Lacks fluid hips...Average, at best, in coverage...Questionable instincts and awareness...Is too aggressive at times...Has trouble getting off blocks.

Pick made at 3:58 PM EST.

randomtask
04-05-2009, 01:38 PM
Edit: The trade was voided due to one of the picks being a compensatory pick.

BobHorry5
04-05-2009, 03:26 PM
sorry was not listed in the alphabet thing
ravens now try to select Kaluka Maiava olb from USC
Maiava is a very quick linebacker that plays with a lot of aggressiveness. He flies around the field with a motor that never stops. He is quick to diagnose the play, and wastes no time flowing to the action. He throws his body around without regard for injury, and plays bigger than his size because of it. Maiava has shown the instincts, quickness, speed, and toughness that projects to the NFL as a weakside linebacker.

JCMElway
04-05-2009, 03:49 PM
There has been a trade between the Washington Redskins and the Chicago Bears:

The Washington Redskins receive the 154th pick (18th in the 5th round).

The Chicago Bears receive the 186th and 234th picks (13th pick in the 6th round, and 34th pick in the 7th).

I don't believe this trade is legal. Washington's #243 is a comp pick and comp picks may not be traded. However, Kaylore will give a final ruling on this.

Kaylore
04-05-2009, 09:29 PM
I don't believe this trade is legal. Washington's #243 is a comp pick and comp picks may not be traded. However, Kaylore will give a final ruling on this.

That's my bad because I didn't even check. Yes in the interest of realism, we are not allowing people to trade comped picks because you can't trade them in real life. Sorry guys.

Also please know that the alphabetical list is a guideline only. You have to scroll up to see if your pick was actually taken by someone. There's been more than a few that I've seen and been excited about only to scroll up and see them taken already.

JCMElway
04-05-2009, 09:48 PM
Yeah, sorry guys. I don't know how I'm missing some of the guys getting to the Alpha list. I'm doing it in Mock I as well. Maybe I shouldn't do so much crack before I get on the internet.

Ah well, I will try harder to record things correctly. If anyone sees an error on the Alpha list or selection list, please PM me!

dekers
04-06-2009, 12:56 AM
With pick number #136 and the end of round four the colts pick


Chris Clemons, SS, Clemson
Height: 6-0. Weight: 208.
Projected 40 Time: 4.56.
Combine 40 Time: 4.41.
Benchx225: . Vertical: .
Projected Round (2009): 3-4.
2/25/09: Just pencil Chris Clemons into Oakland's third-round slot right now. Clemons ran a Combine-best 40 for safeties (4.41) and also had a 10-7 broad jump.

12/14/08: The Eagles should draft this guy so they can have two Chris Clemonses and confuse the heck out of everyone. This Clemons tallied 72 tackles, 2.5 TFL, three passes broken up and a pick-six.

2007: "Clemson's Chris Clemons." Try saying that 10 times in a row. One of the top tacklers in the ACC, Chris Clemons had an outstanding sophomore campaign in 2006, registering 102 tackles, good for second most on the team.

Om mock draft 2.
#27 1-29 Colts - dekers -- Peria Jerry, DT, Ole Miss
#61 2-28 Colts - Dekers - Myron Pryor, DT, Kentucky
#92 3-31 Colts - Dekers - Marko Mitchell, WR, Nevada
#127 Indianapolis - Dekers - TJ Lang, OL, Eastern Michigan
pick made 2:44 am

137 * Seattle - Socalorado now on the clock

socalorado
04-06-2009, 08:13 AM
With pick #137 the Seachickens select
Andrew Hartline, OT Central Michigan
Owner of the nation's longest active starts streak, Andrew Hartline has been in Central Michigan's lineup 51 games in a row. He's an All-MAC first-teamer.

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24champ
04-06-2009, 11:37 AM
With the 138th pick in the Draft...the Rams are happy to select WR Derrick Williams of Penn State.

Williams is a jack of all trades type, and that versatility will help him in the NFL. He has played wide receiver, quarterback, running back, punt returner, and kick returner for the Nittany Lions. He clearly projects as a wide receiver but his athleticism has allowed him to impact the game in many ways. Williams is a good natural athlete, that is shifty and tough to catch in the open field. His quickness and ability to change direction suit him very well with the ball in his hands, and will allow him to make plays as a receiver and returner.

He showed up at the combine ill but decided to run anyway. He clocked a very disappointing 4.64, but you have to admire the competitiveness to get out and perform. At his pro day, he fared much better, running as low as a 4.37. His pro day performance is more along the lines of what you saw on the field, although he does not quite appear to be as fast as that timing with the pads on.


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Rams recap-
1. Jason Smith, OT, Baylor
2. Louis Delmas, S, Western Michigan
3. Duke Robinson, G, Oklahoma
4. Jason Phillips, LB, TCU
5. Derrick Williams, WR, Penn State

BroncoBuff
04-06-2009, 07:33 PM
With the 139th pick in the 2009 draft, the Kanzis Sch!tty Chefs select:


Travis Beckum
TE - Wisconsin

Fast and an excellent route-runner, Beckum has soft hands and catches a high percentage of first downs. Not a great blocker, but Brad Cottam - the 2nd year chefs tight end from Tennessee - is an excellent blocker. Sometimes it takes two players to replace a legend, and now the Chefs now have a 1-2 punch ... a poor man's Graham-Scheffler combo. The new regime can now trade or release 14-year, hi-cap and salary man Tony Gonzalez.


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Pick made 7:23 PM Mountain Time.
JCMElway and the Denver Broncos are on the clock ...

JCMElway
04-06-2009, 10:21 PM
The Denver Broncos select:

Terrance Knighton, DT, Temple

Strengths:
Great size and bulk...Has long arms and big hands...Above average athleticism...Quick with decent speed...Nice balance and agility...Is mobile with great range...Does a nice job in pursuit...Has a good motor...Offers some positional and schematic versatility...Has upside.

Weaknesses:
Is not real strong or powerful...Won't offer much as a pass rusher...A limited repertoire of moves...Lacks great awareness...Doesn't always use proper leverage...Poor hand use...Raw and not a great technician.

Notes:
Attended Milford Academy prep school for a year (2004) after high school...Was a three-year starter...Earned extensive playing time as a true freshman...Took over a starting job in 2006...Blocked three kicks in 2007...Named 1st Team All-MAC in 2008...Was the Owls Defensive MVP in '07 and '08...A team captain as a senior...Intriguing prospect with some exciting physical tools but is still a bit of a project.

3/29/09: It's appears very likely that Terrance Knighton will be drafted in the middle rounds. He shed four pounds between his Combine and Pro Day, and managed to run a very impressive 4.93.

Broncoman13
04-07-2009, 07:44 AM
The Eagles select

CB/S Bradley Fletcher, Iowa

Drek
04-07-2009, 09:24 AM
With the 142nd pick in the draft, Atlanta selects....

Herman Johnson, OL, Louisiana State University

http://4.bp.blogspot.com/_qjCoAi_O8oE/ScB1lkh_1KI/AAAAAAAAA7Q/pEGml_j-x0E/s320/herman_johnson.jpg

Strengths:
Rare size and amazing bulk...Extremely powerful...Has long arms and huge hands...Good strength...Gets a great push in the run game...Solid pass blocker and is stout at the point of attack...Once he locks on the defender is finished...Good awareness...Will play to the whistle and has a nasty demeanor...Nice intangibles...Might offer some versatility.

Weaknesses:
Isn't very quick or agile...Not a natural knee bender...Doesn't always play with proper leverage...Lacks great balance...Footwork leaves something to be desired...Limited mobility...Weight and conditioning are concerns...Struggles in space...Won't be an ideal fit for every team.

Notes:
Nickname is "The House"...The biggest player in Bayou Bengal history...Weighed 15 pounds, 14 ounces at birth and is listed as one of the biggest babies ever born in the state of Louisiana...Weighed more than 400 pounds when he arrived in Baton Rouge...Was a three-year starter...Played in two games as a true freshman but sat out the rest of the year while he recovered from an infected spider bite and was granted a medical redshirt...Could also be tried at right tackle...Best fit will come with a team that likes to pound the ball and he won't get a second look from teams that utilize a zone blocking scheme...An intriguing and freakish prospect who is exactly the type of guy the late George Young had in mind when he coined the "Planet Theory", which states that there are only a finite number of 300-pound men (or in this case 400-pound) on this planet who can run and hit and play football.

The Falcons add a little planet theory to the OL depth chart. They're still short on size along the OL from the Alex Gibbs days, and Mike Mularkey typically runs a more traditional running scheme. Adding a project like Johnson gives them the potential for a real road grading RG or RT, whichever one he slots into best.

MagicHef
04-07-2009, 09:28 AM
Not sure why I got skipped, but:

The Bengals select:

Mike Thomas, WR, Arizona

Height: 5-77/8 | Weight: 195 | 40-Time: 4.40

Strengths:
Great speed and quickness with a burst...Has a strong, solid build...Very elusive with terrific vision and instincts...Runs good routes...Nice body control and ball skills...Pretty good leaper...Tough and isn't afraid to work the middle...Good work ethic...Extremely competitive...Can also contribute as a return man...Super productive.

Weaknesses:
Does not have the height that you look for...Will have lapses in concentration and drop some balls...Has trouble beating the jam...Isn't really a vertical threat...Minor character concerns ... Upside is limited.

Notes:
Profiles as a slot receiver at the next level...Was a four-year starter for the Wildcats...Passed Derek Hagan to become the Pac-10 Conferences all-time leader in career receptions...Was named 1st Team All-Pac-10 as a junior and a senior...Also earned 1st Team All-Pac-10 honors as a punt returner in '08...Not star material but can help a team in a lot of different ways...Style and game are eerily reminiscent of Bobby Wade.

JCMElway
04-07-2009, 12:59 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 - Northman - Need replacement
156 Dallas - Eddie Mac - Frantz Joseph, ILB, Florida Atlantic
157 Philadelphia - Oskie - Mike Wallace, WR, Ole Miss
158 Minnesota - Jebures - On the clock :thumbsup:
159 * Philadelphia - Oskie -
160 Atlanta - Drek -
161 Miami - Kaylore -
162 Baltimore - BobHorry5 -
163 Carolina - Gowyo -
164 NY Giants - Ludo
165 Indianapolis - dekers -
166 * Dallas - Eddie Mac
167 Arizona - theRev -
168 Pittsburgh - Skpac -
169 C Pittsburgh - Skpac -
170 C New England - Rohirrim -
171 C San Francisco - Expatfan -
172 C Dallas - Eddie Mac -
173 C Tennessee - Lycan -

Round 6

174 Detroit - Florida Bronco -
175 Kansas City - Broncobuff -
176 St Louis - ALF -
177 Cleveland - Boss man -
178 Seattle - Socalorado -
179 Cincinnati - Magichef -
180 Jacksonville - Arkie -
181 * Miami - kaylore -
182 Green Bay - sirhcyennek -
183 Buffalo - Rovolution -
184 San Francisco - Expatfan -
185 Denver - JCMElway -
186 washington - randomtask -
187 * Green Bay - sirhcyennek -
188 Houston - Hawk's Boys -
189 San Diego - brncs fan -
190 * Tampa Bay - Northman -
191 * Chicago - Killericon -
192 * Detroit - Florida Bronco -
193 NY Jets - Requiem -
194 Philadelphia - Oskie -
195 * Philadelphia - Oskie -
196 Atlanta - Drek -
197 * Dallas - Eddie Mac -
198 Baltimore - BobHorry5 -
199 New England - Rohirrim -
200 NY Giants - Ludo -
201 Indianapolis - dekers -
202 Carolina - Gowyo -
203 Tennessee - Lycan -
204 Arizona - theRev -
205 Pittsburgh - Skpac -
206 C Tennessee - Lycan -
207 C New England - Rohirrim -
208 C Dallas - Eddie Mac -
209 C Cincinnati - Magichef -

Round 7

210 * Dallas - Eddie Mac -
211 St Louis - ALF -
212 Kansas City - Broncobuff -
213 Seattle - Socalorado -
214 * Miami - Kaylore -
215 Cincinnati - Magichef -
216 Oakland - Rugbythug -
217 * Tampa Bay - Northman -
218 Green Bay - sirhcyennek -
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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Arkie
04-07-2009, 06:02 PM
With pick 144, the Jags select...

Demetrius Byrd WR LSU
6'0", 199

http://static.nfl.com/static/content/catch_all/nfl_image/combine/headshots/71235.jpg

Byrd signed with LSU as one of the elite JUCO prospects in the country. He led the team with seven touchdown receptions in his first season, six of which came against elite SEC competition. But Byrd's senior season was a bit disappointing, as he failed to step up in the primary receiver role (37 receptions for 499 yards and four touchdowns). His value appears to be as a complementary receiver at the next level. Had an arm span of 33 3/8 inches and a hand span of 9 inches at the combine.

Archer81
04-07-2009, 09:49 PM
Packers select, with Pick 145 of the draft, RB Ian Johnson, RB Boise State.
(5'11, 205 4.56 40)

http://tinyurl.com/celr2t

Strengths:
Vision, excellent instincts, good footwork, sets up blocks well. Good inside runner, absorbs hits and demonstrates good balance, catches the ball well and shows good after the catch ability.

Weaknesses:
Does not have track speed. More quick than fast. Little bit of an injury risk.

Why the Packers take him:
Productive back with more positives than negatives. Has natural skills and should excell in Greenbays ZBS.

:Broncos:

BowlenBall
04-07-2009, 10:19 PM
With pick 5-146 in the OM Mock Draft II, the San Francisco 49ers select:

WR Austin Collie, BYU

http://media.bonnint.net/slc/733/73386/7338607.jpg

Overview

Collie's early entry into the draft surprised many at first, but it's understandable considering his age (23) DOB 11/11/85, to go along with fine routes and reliable hands. Obviously, his success as a junior had a major impact on his decision. He earned first-team All-Mountain West honors in 2008 with 106 catches for 1,453 yards and 15 touchdowns. This highly-recruited California prep started off his career in style (53-771-8) in 2004. He then served his two-year LCS mission in Argentina before returning in second-team All-Mountain West form as a sophomore (56-946-7).
His father, Scott, played for BYU and then in the CFL, while his brother, Zac, also played receiver for the Cougars.

Analysis
Positives: Legitimate NFL build. Muscled up athlete. Faster on the field than his rather pedestrian 40-yard dash time would indicate. Good initial quickness off the snap. Good hand usage and lateral quickness to gain a quick release against press coverage. Sharp, savvy route-runner. Varies his speeds and can sink his hips to generate separation. Good burst laterally. Works his way back to the ball if he sees his quarterback in trouble. Soft hands. Snatches the ball out of the air and is quick to put it away. Can track over either shoulder. Good elusiveness to make the first defender miss and strength to run through arm tackles. Good vision and will cut it back inside. May lack elite deep speed, but good early acceleration. Averaged 26.5 yards per kick return from 2007-08.

Negatives: Questionable deep speed to challenge over the top. Will be older than most NFL rookies (24) due to his LDS mission. Questionable level of competition. Statistics inflated due to BYU's scheme and defenses keying on TE Dennis Pitta.

2008 Season
A 2008 All-American, being named to the CBS Sports.com First Team, Associated Press Second Team, Sporting News Second Team, SportsIllustrated.com Second Team and Rivals.com Second Team … named to the All-MWC First Team … named a Biletnikoff Award finalist … Academic All-MWC … led the nation in receiving yards per game with 118.31 and total yards receiving with 1,538 … was third in the nation in receptions per game at 8.15 and total catches with 106 fourth in the nation in touchdown catches with 15 recorded his first touchdown reception of the season in BYU's 28-27 win over Washington … scored two touchdowns in each of three games against UCLA, Wyoming and Utah State … . totaled a new career-high 155 receiving yards against New Mexico, receiving MWC Offensive Player of the Week honors … tied NCAA single-season record with 11 consecutive 100 yard receiving games against UCLA, Wyoming, Utah State, New Mexico, TCU, UNLV, CSU, SDSU, Air Force, Utah and Arizona … 11 consecutive games also set a MWC and BYU record … returned the opening kickoff against UNLV for a career-long 75 yards … caught all three touchdown receptions in the first half against CSU.

2007 Season
Earned 2007 Academic All-Mountain West Conference honors … earned letterman honors as a sophomore … earned second team All-Mountain West conference honors as a sophomore and earned honorable mention All-MWC honors as a kick returner … led the roster with 56 receptions for 946 yards, averaging nearly 73 yards per game … totaled a season-high 126 yards receiving in the Cougars' 17-10 win over Utah, including a 49 yard reception that set up the go-ahead touchdown … credited with six games of over 100 yards receiving … produced four straight 100-yard receiving games, including 11 yards against CSU, 109 yards against TCU, 102 yards agaisnt Wyoming, 126 yards against Utah and 107 yards against UCLA in the Pioneer Las Vegas Bowl … was named the 2007 Pioneer Las Vegas Bowl MVP … led the Mountain West Conference with seven touchdown receptions on the season … named the MWC Offensive Player of the Week after racking up a record 366 all-purpose yards against Tulsa, including 237 return yards against the Golden Hurricane … broke Pete Van Vulkenburg's 35-year old record with 366 all-purpose yards against Tulsa … set the MWC single-game record for all-purpose yards (against Tulsa) … averaged 25.8 yards per kick return.

2006 Season
Served a church mission in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

2005 Season
Served a church mission in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

2004 Season
Named a Second Team All-American by The Sporting News … named Mountain West Conference Freshman of the Year … named Honorable Mention All-MWC … holds the BYU freshman record for touchdown receptions (eight) and receiving yards (771) … the national freshman statistical leader (4.8 receptions per game) … led BYU in receptions (53) and touchdowns (eight) … second on team with 771 receiving yards … caught three passes for 54 yards including a 42-yard touchdown grab in collegiate debut against Notre Dame … led the Cougars with eight catches for 49 yards against Stanford … caught four passes for 36 yards against top-ranked USC … caught five passes for 94 yards including a 57-yard touchdown reception in game against No. 21 Boise State … had a 40-yard touchdown reception against Colorado State … posted a career high with 10 receptions for 70 yards against UNLV … had three catches for 74 yards including a 40-yard touchdown reception from running back Curtis Brown against Wyoming … collected six catches for 82 yards and a touchdown in victory over Air Force … had three catches for 92 yards and two touchdowns against San Diego State including a career-best, 82-yard touchdown reception in the fourth quarter … led the Cougars with four receptions for 83 yards against New Mexico … pulled in three catches for 74 yards and a touchdown against No. 5 Utah.

High School
Earned a 4.0 grade-point average … a PrepStar and SuperPrep All-American … named the Sacramento Bee's Most Valuable Player … voted Northern California's Most Valuable Player … an all-metro selection … a fist-team all-section and all-state selection … a top 5 nominee for the 2003 California Mr. Football award … recorded 60 receptions for 978 yards as a senior … credited with 24 touchdowns, including 18 touchdown receptions in his final season at Oak Ridge HS … totaled 56 receptions for 857 yards and 10 touchdowns as a junior … posted 1,654 all-purpose yards (973 yards receiving, 368 yards rushing and 313 return yards) as a senior … credited with 196 points … defensively totaled 53 tackles, including 26 solo takedowns … credited with two interceptions … ranked fifth among receivers in the West by PrepStar magazine.

Personal
Father played football at BYU from 1979-1982 and in the CLF (Hamilton Tigercats) … brother, Zac, played receiver for the Cougars … parents are Scott and Nicole Collie … an Eagle Scout … recruited by Stanford, Arizona, Arizona State, Washington State, Oregon State, Colorado, Utah and UNLV.

Pick made at:
8:25 a.m. UTC +4 (Abu Dhabi)
12:25 a.m. North American Eastern Time Zone
11:25 p.m. North American Central Time Zone
10:25 p.m. Mountain Time Zone
9:25 p.m. Pacific Time Zone
8:25 p.m. Alaska Standard Time

The Buffalo Bills (and Rovolution) are now on the clock.

Kaylore
04-08-2009, 08:42 PM
Sorry this is late. Rovolution's time has lapsed. Brncs_fan is on the clock.

JCMElway
04-09-2009, 10:14 AM
It looks like the draft has stalled a bit. Well, I'll start us back on the right track. With pick #149 the Denver Broncos select:

Ray Feinga, G, BYU
Height: 6-4. Weight: 337.
Projected 40 Time: 5.23.
Benchx225: 30. Arm: 33 1/2.
Projected Round (2009): 4-5.

Outstanding size and bulk...Really strong and powerful...Has a violent initial punch...Gets a great push in the run game...Stout at the point of attack...Uses his hands well...Decent mobility...Tough...Experienced.

02/15/09 - PRO POTENTIAL: OG Ray Feinga -- The 335-pounder has shown a unique ability to move laterally, making him an appealing prospect. BYU felt comfortable using him most of the time in 1-on-1 situations.
01/14/09 - East-West Shrine Tuesday practice: Feinga has pounded DT Jarron Gilbert, along with others, resulting in some back-and-forth there. He's been strong as expected in one-on-one pass protection drills, but also shown nimble feet to move his man laterally and seal the edge as a run blocker. - Chad Reuter, The SportsXchange, NFL Draft Scout

Denver starts the McDaniels era with linemen that are bigger but can still move with some agility. I'd love to hear Kaylore's take on this guy!

Randomtask is on the clock at 11:15 CST

rovolution
04-09-2009, 01:59 PM
With the 147th pick, the Buffalo Bills select...

DeAndre Levy, OLB, Wisconsin

http://media.scout.com/Media/Image/47/478430.jpg

Pick made at 2:00 PM MST

brncs_fan
04-09-2009, 05:38 PM
With the 148th pick in the draft the Chargers selest:

Garrett Reynolds, OT, UNC

randomtask
04-09-2009, 07:26 PM
The Washington Redskins select WR Jarrett Dillard, Rice

http://cache.daylife.com/imageserve/0g3Pd6a6gtgli/610x.jpg

Analysis
Positives: Productive receiver with long arms and adequate size. Very reliable hands, snatching the ball away from his body. Can free himself off press coverage using his hands and quick movements on the line. Excellent route-runner as he stays low in his cuts, sells the jerk route well and does not round off out-cuts. Good vision and a naturally elusive runner with the ball in his hands. Lulls defenders to sleep off the line, then takes off down the seam. Adjusts to throws to his outside shoulder.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kzDRBxgKMBQ&feature=related

Dillard may not have the deep speed of a Darius Heyward-Bey, but he possesses the quickness, hands, and route-running ability needed to be a very successful slot reciever in Jim Zorn's West Coast Offense.

ludo21
04-09-2009, 07:58 PM
With the 151st pick of the draft, the Giants Select: Derek Pegues

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Official Bio (http://www.mstateathletics.com/ViewArticle.dbml?SPSID=90891&SPID=10997&DB_OEM_ID=16800&ATCLID=944416&Q_SEASON=2008)

http://www.draftcountdown.com/images/stars/one.gif </td> <td valign="top"> Strengths:
Excellent athleticism...Quick and plays fast...Excellent range...Very active and aggressive...Good hands and ball skills...Elusive with good vision...Terrific feet...Excellent instincts...Versatile...Decent football IQ...Has a knack for making the big play...Can contribute as a return man...A lot of experience against top competition...Quality bloodlines.

Weaknesses:
Is not very big...Speed is merely average...Not a great tackler...Needs to get stronger...Not very tough or physical...Poor effort in run support...Takes bad angles...Bit of a 'tweener who may not have a true position...Has run into trouble off-the-field and character is a concern.

Notes:
Last name is pronounced "puh-GEESE"...Was a three-year starter in the SEC...Cousin, Dwayne Rudd, played football at the University of Alabama and in the NFL...Was considered to be one of the Top 50 recruits in the entire nation coming out of high school...Pled guilty to the misdemeanor assault of an off-duty police officer in 2006...Was arrested for having a suspended driver’s license and an open container of alcohol in May of 2008...Owns the SEC and Bulldog records for kickoff returns (112) and kickoff return yardage (2,484)...Played cornerback in 2005 and 2006 then moved to free safety and could project to either position in the pros...A playmaker in the secondary who was easily the Bulldogs best player the past couple years...Should at least be able to make a roster as a backup / return specialist...Needs to keep his head on straight but has the talent to play at the next level.
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ColoradoBuff
04-10-2009, 08:46 AM
The Houston Texans select:

Henry Melton, DE, Univ. of Texas

Height: 6-3<SUP>1/2</SUP> | Weight: 269 | 40-Time: 4.75

http://cache.gettyimages.com/xc/83387436.jpg?v=1&c=ViewImages&k=2&d=17A4AD9FDB9CF19303D83A05122D236910EFBA9DD12FBADE 5A5397277B4DC33E

Strengths:
Extremely athletic...Pretty good speed and quickness...Explosive with a burst...Great balance and agility...Does a terrific job in pursuit and closes fast...Good strength...Great special teamer...Has a lot of upside.

Weaknesses:
Inexperienced...Marginal instincts and awareness...Still has a long way to go when it comes to technique...Not an elite pass rusher...Does not always use proper leverage...Aggressiveness?...Some character issues.

Notes:
Was a Top 100 recruit coming out of high school according to Rivals...Uncle, Ray Crockett, played 14 years in the NFL with Detroit, Denver & Kansas City and was a captain for the Broncos back-to-back Super Bowl teams...Began his college career as a running back and carried the ball 132 times for 625 yards (4.7 avg.) and 16 touchdowns in 2005 and 2006...Moved to defensive end in 2007 and took over a starting job in 2008...Served a three game suspension in 2007 after he was arrested and charged with driving while intoxicated...Was overshadowed by Brian Orakpo but is a fine pro prospect in his own right...Isn't a finished product but improved by leaps and bounds as a senior and has all of the physical tools that you look for...Underrated.

pick made @ 8:46 am mtn time.

Broncoman13
04-10-2009, 10:21 AM
The Eagles Select, Donald Washington | CB Ohio St.


Cornerback | Junior | Ohio St. Donald Washington
Height: 6-01/4 | Weight: 197 | 40-Time: 4.53

Official Bio

Strengths:
Extremely athletic...Has prototypical size and bulk...Explosive with a burst...Good speed and acceleration...An outstanding leaper...Terrific tackler...Solid instincts and awareness...Competitive...Displayed some playmaking ability...Still has a ton of upside...Great program pedigree.

Weaknesses:
Inconsistent...Not super tough or physical...Raw footwork...Has some trouble getting off blocks...Just average in run support...Motor runs hot and cold...Wasn't very productive...Has some character concerns.

Notes:
Redshirted in 2005...Took over a starting job and more than held his own opposite Malcolm Jenkins in 2006 and 2007...Was suspended for a violation of team rules and lost his starting job in 2008...Wasn't necessarily expected to be an early entry candidate but clashes with the coaching staff played a big role in that decision...Exploded onto the scene at the 2009 Scouting Combine when he recorded a 45-inch Vertical and an 11'3" Broad Jump, both of which were better than anyone else in attendance...Two-time state long jump champion as a prep...Workout Warrior with all of the physical tools you look for but doesn't always play up to them...Will likely be selected earlier than his film would indicate based on that amazing performance in Indy...Has the potential to start if he can keep his head on straight..Boom or Bust.


Recognition Skills/Toughness 3 Shows above-average awareness and reads quarterback's eyes when asked to drop into zone coverage. Shows adequate upper body strength, gets adequate hand placement and flashes the ability to reroute receivers at the line of scrimmage if he wants to. Is competitive but not physically tough. He does not challenge WR's enough and he will shy away from contact at times. Rarely bites on play action but also appears to play pass before run on every down.

Closing Burst 2 Shows adequate-to-good recovery speed when the ball is in the air. Displays good burst out of his pedal.

Fluidity 2 Very fluid and athletic, especially for his size. Opens hips well enough to turn and run with receivers after pressing them at the line. Footwork is inconsistent, though. Tends to turn shoulders prematurely and gets spun around far too much.

Ball Skills 4 Doesn't always turn head in time to locate the ball and isn't much of a playmaker in coverage.

Run Support 2 Is a reliable tackler in space. Flashes ability to shed blocks but takes too long to disengage more times than not. Does not play as physically as size indicates. Effort is a bit inconsistent and doesn't always fill hard when reads run.

Killericon
04-10-2009, 06:06 PM
With the 154th overall pick in the draft, the Chicago Bears proudly select Sammie Stroughter, Wide Receiver from Oregon St.

http://i2.cdn.turner.com/si/2008/writers/the_bonus/05/14/stroughter/Stroughter.jpg

eddie mac
04-11-2009, 11:44 AM
Northman has missed his pick so we need to move on.

With 5-156 the Dallas Cowboys select

Frantz Joseph ILB Florida Atlantic

http://universitypressonline.com/images/RALPHNOTARO0929008.jpg

Overview
Active and intense three-year starter among national leaders in solo (84) and total tackles (154) as a senior, when he earned first-team All-Sun Belt honors for the second straight year (posted 131 tackles in '07). His 13 tackles in the 2008 Motor City Bowl against Central Michigan helped set up a swift rise up NFL draft boards. Coaches say he spends a lot of time studying opponents, and the habit shows through on gameday. Redshirted at Boston College in 2004, sat out 2005 transferring home to help his financially struggling mother

Analysis
Positives: Very physical at the line, throws his body into the hole. ... Gets very low in his ready stance. ... Will not win any track events, but seems to get to every play with good football speed. ... Attacks the line with great ferocity. ... Runs through the ballcarrier on tackles -- behind the line or after hustling to the sideline on quick screens. ... Swarms to the ball downfield, plays through the whistle. ... Possesses one of the most ferocious punches in the country; slams the pads of linemen when attacking the run. ... Can also slip through traffic to hit a back in the hole. ... Rarely gets knocked to the ground on cut blocks. ... Uses his hands to get off blocks near the line and at the second level from full-grown guards. ... Should be a fine special teams player due to his aggressiveness and sure tackling.



Negatives: A two-down player. ... Only adequate size and muscle development for an inside linebacker. ... Lacks great lateral speed to corral quick backs and receivers. ... Little coverage ability, although he can level a receiver coming into his zone. ... Not very fast in his drop and comes out of his stance too early, but he still manages to cover enough ground to stop middle routes short of the first down.

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

Selection made at 1-45pm ET, Oskie and the Eagles are OTC.

Broncoman13
04-11-2009, 03:45 PM
The Eagles Select WR Mike Wallace, Ole Miss

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gI10HFljUew&feature=related

6'1 200# 4.33 speed (has been clocked in 4.19 before!)

The long TD pass that Pat White threw at the Sr. Bowl was to Mike Wallace. "I just throw the ball out there and let him go get it with that speed", Pat White said after the play.

jebures
04-12-2009, 10:18 AM
they select DT Vance Walker from Georgia Tech

Vance Walker
Height: 6-17/8 | Weight: 304 | 40-Time: 5.35

Official Bio

Strengths:
A good athlete...Terrific speed and quickness with a burst...Great instincts and awareness...Strong and gets a good push...Active with good range...Nice balance...Understands leverage...Shows the ability to penetrate and make plays behind the line...Does a good job of shedding blocks...Tough...Plays with a nasty demeanor...Productive.

Weaknesses:
Average size and bulk...Pass rush repertoire is limited and isn't a sack artist...Doesn't use his hands real well...Not overly stout at the point of attack...Struggles in space...Needs to be more physical...Not an ideal fit for every team...Can get manhandled by massive offensive linemen.

Notes:
Was a two-year starter...Named 1st Team All-ACC in 2007 and 2008...Was a finalist for the Bednarik Award in 2008...Was bothered by an ankle injury as a senior...Played on a very talented defensive line with fellow 2009 NFL Draft prospects Michael Johnson and Darryl Richard as well as a rising star in Derrick Morgan...A very solid, workmanlike player who does everything well but nothing really great.
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Career Statistics
Year GP TKL TFL SACK
2005 9 15 3.0 1.0
2006 14 17 1.0 0.5
2007 13 45 14.0 8.5
2008 11 33 8.5 3.0
Totals 47 110 26.5 13.0

http://www.draftcountdown.com/scoutingreports/dt/Vance-Walker.php

JCMElway
04-12-2009, 03:54 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 - Northman - Need replacement
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 - Brandon Gibson, WR, Washington State
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 - On the clock :thumbsup:
183 Buffalo - Rovolution -
184 San Francisco - Expatfan -
185 Denver - JCMElway -
186 washington - randomtask -
187 * Green Bay - sirhcyennek -
188 Houston - Hawk's Boys -
189 San Diego - brncs fan -
190 * Tampa Bay - Northman -
191 * Chicago - Killericon -
192 * Detroit - Florida Bronco -
193 NY Jets - Requiem -
194 Philadelphia - Oskie -
195 * Philadelphia - Oskie -
196 Atlanta - Drek -
197 * Dallas - Eddie Mac -
198 Baltimore - BobHorry5 -
199 New England - Rohirrim -
200 NY Giants - Ludo -
201 Indianapolis - dekers -
202 Carolina - Gowyo -
203 Tennessee - Lycan -
204 Arizona - theRev -
205 Pittsburgh - Skpac -
206 C Tennessee - Lycan -
207 C New England - Rohirrim -
208 C Dallas - Eddie Mac -
209 C Cincinnati - Magichef -

Round 7

210 * Dallas - Eddie Mac -
211 St Louis - ALF -
212 Kansas City - Broncobuff -
213 Seattle - Socalorado -
214 * Miami - Kaylore -
215 Cincinnati - Magichef -
216 Oakland - Rugbythug -
217 * Tampa Bay - Northman -
218 Green Bay - sirhcyennek -
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 -
__________________

Alpha list:
Atanytime, Mayselect
Allen, Asher
Ayers, Robert
Baker, Chris
Barden, Ramses
Barnes, Kevin
Barwin, Connor
Beatty, William
Beckum, Travis
Beckwith, Darry
Brace, Ron
Binkley, Jasper
Bomar, Rhett
Britt, Kenny
Britton, Eben
Brown, Andre
Brown, Cody
Brown, Donald
Brown, Everette
Bruton, David
Butler, Darius
Byrd, Demetrius
Byrd, Jarius
Cadogan, Gerald
Caldwell, Antoine
Canfield, Trevor
Casey, James
Casillas, Jonathan
Chung, Patrick
Clemons, Chris
Coffman, Chase
Collie, Austin
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
Fletcher, Bradley
Follett, Zach
Francies, Coye
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, Sammie Lee
Holtzclaw, Daniel
Hood, Evander
Iglesias, Juaquin
Ingram, Cornelius
Jackson, Tyson
Jean-Francois, Ricky
Jenkins, Malcolm
Jennings, Rashad
Jerry, Piera
Joesph, Frantz
Johnson, Herman
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, Keenan
Loadholt, Phil
Lugis, Johnathan
Mack, Alex
Maclin, Jeremy
Magee, Alex
Maiava, Kaluka
Marks, Sen'Derrick
Martin, Sherrod
Massaquoi, Mohammed
Maualuga, Rey
Maybin, Aaron
McBath, Darcel
McCoy, LeSean
McCourty, Jason
McGee, Steven
McKenzie, Tyrone
McKillop, Scott
McRath, Gerald
Melton, Henry
Meredith, Jamon
Mickens, Mike
Miller, Roy
Mitchell, Marko
Moala, Fili
Monroe, Eugene
Moore, DJ
Moore, Kyle
Moore, William
Moreno, Knowshon
Murphy, Louis
Nelson, Shawn
Nicks, Hakeem
Oher, Michael
Orakpo, Brian
Peerman, Cedric
Pegues, Derek
Peria, Jerry
Pettigrew, Brandon
Pryor, Myron
Quinn, Richard
Raji, BJ
Reed, Nick
Reynolds, Garrett
Ringer, Javon
Robinson, Duke
Robinson, Lee
Robiske, Brian
Sanchez, Mark
Scott, Dorrel
Shaughnessy, Matt
Sheets, Kory
Shipley, AQ
Sidbury. Lawrence
Sintim, Clint
Smith, Alphonso
Smith, Andre
Smith, Jason
Smith, Sean
Stafford, Matt
Stroughter, Sammie
Sulak, Stryker
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, 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

JCMElway
04-12-2009, 10:33 PM
Oskie's time is up. Drek is on the clock.

Kaylore
04-12-2009, 11:49 PM
Oskie contacted me and told me to pick for him but failed to mention the player so we will continue with Drek.

Broncoman13
04-13-2009, 04:11 AM
The Eagles select:
Sebastian Vollmer, OT Houston


One name to keep in mind is OL Sebastian Vollmer (6-7 1/2, 312 pounds), who came to the Cougars from Dusseldorf, Germany. He was a European high school all-star who took a redshirt year in 2004 and missed the entire 2006 season because of a back injury. With his athletic ability and long arms, Vollmer is a guy who is worth targeting in the sixth or seventh round of the draft. He’s a player who could be a starter and a solid player for years to come or a guy who could play for two years and never be heard from again.

Vollmer turned in times of 5.13 and 5.16 seconds in the 40-yard dash and also had a 36 1/2-inch vertical and a 9-foot, 3-inch broad jump. He had a 4.50 short shuttle and a 7.51 three-cone drill, and he did 32 repetitions of 225 pounds on the bench press.

Drek
04-13-2009, 04:38 AM
The Atlanta Falcons select:
Kory Sheets, RB, Purdue

http://assets.espn.go.com/photo/2007/1003/ncf_i_sheets_195.jpg

Strengths:
Fast, quick and agile...Terrific acceleration with a burst...Patient with nice vision and instincts...Elusive and has some wiggle...Tough and runs hard...Excellent hands and a good receiver...Can contribute as a return man...Real competitive...A lot of experience...Very productive.

Weaknesses:
Average size and bulk...Isn't very strong or powerful...Won't break a lot of tackles...Not a great blocker...Product of a spread offense...Poor work ethic...Durability's a big concern...Maturity has been questioned.

Notes:
Redshirted in 2004...Split carries with Jerod Void and Jaycen Taylor in 2005, 2006 and 2007 but finally got an opportunity to carry the load as a senior and made the most of it...Owns the Boilermakers record for career touchdowns...Has dealt with a number of injuries during his career...Mouth has got him into trouble on more than one occasion and he publically complained about his role in '08...Profiles as a backup and special teamer in the pros but could excel in that role

Kaylore
04-13-2009, 12:18 PM
Dolphins select running back Mike Goodson from Texas A&M.

http://i.a.cnn.net/si/2007/writers/cory_mccartney/08/16/rb.tandems/t1_goodson.jpg

BobHorry5
04-13-2009, 03:26 PM
the bal t more ravens select wr johnny knox from abilene christian
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</td> </tr> <tr> <td valign="top" width="25%" bgcolor="#f3f3f3"> Combine Invite: Yes
Height: 5114
Weight: 185
40 Yrd Dash: 4.29
20 Yrd Dash: 2.53
10 Yrd Dash: 1.47 </td> <td valign="top" width="25%" bgcolor="#f3f3f3"> 225 Lb. Bench Reps:
Vertical Jump: 35
Broad Jump: 10'02"
20 Yrd Shuttle: 4.15
3-Cone Drill: 6.81</td></tr></tbody></table> Positives: Adequate height with wiry upper body strength and good muscle definition in his arms. Not your typical slight small-school receiver. Good initial quickness off the snap to get into his route. Reliable hands; snatches the ball and adjusts to poor throws. Gets up to high-point and secure the catch. Sinks his hips and displays quick feet going into and out of routes. Has good vision and is elusive running in the open field. Works hard to block downfield, and will sustain and even dominate against smaller corners. Experienced as a punt returner.

GoHAM
04-13-2009, 08:15 PM
With pick #163 the Carolina Panthers are pleased to find such an outstanding value still on the board at the end of the fifth round and are proud to select:

Darcel McBath, FS, Texas Tech, 6'0", 198

http://grfx.cstv.com/photos/schools/text/sports/m-footbl/auto_action/2214359.jpeg

Analysis

Strengths: Centerfielder with the build of a strong safety and good upper-body development. ... Comes downhill in a hurry, diagnosing the run and attacking receivers over the middle. ... Solid last line of defense and secure tackler in space. ... Reads the quarterback's eyes and has the speed to jump routes. ... Good hands for the interception. ... Finds his way through trash to the ballcarrier when near the line. ... Became a more vocal leader as a senior, and has always tried to lead by example. ... Directs the defense from the deep secondary. ... Contributes on special teams and should do so in the NFL due to his size and speed.

Weaknesses: Only adequate height for a free safety and might have to move down into the box. ... Better when the play is in front of him and lacks the lateral quickness and recovery speed to stay with quick tight ends or receivers in space. ... Must improve his hand usage to get off the blocks of bigger wide receivers. ... Slow in run-pass recognition. ... Not a dominant hitter. - from NFL.com

Pick made at 8:15 pm MST Ludo and the Giants are on the clock.

ludo21
04-13-2009, 10:25 PM
With the 164th pick the Giants Select: Richard Quinn, TE North Carolina

Strengths:
Terrific size and bulk...Strong and powerful...Outstanding blocker...Is stout at the point of attack...Gets a good push in the run game...Able to fit in space...Understands leverage, positioning and angles...Adequate hands...Uses his frame well as a receiver...Real tough...A hard worker.

Weaknesses:
Lacks great timed speed...Doesn't get much separation...Not a vertical threat who will stretch the field...Isn't very elusive...Won't do much after the catch...Is raw as a route runner...Extreme lack of production.

Notes:
Worked as a backup and special teamer as a true freshman...Missed the entire 2006 season with a broken shoulder blade...Took over a starting job in 2007 and 2008...Was hampered by a broken knuckle as a senior but played through it...Had another year of college eligibility available but he had already graduated and opted to go pro...Was not utilized much in the passing game, although the Tar Heels had three future pros at wideout...Profiles as a prototypical #2 tight end and a blocking specialist at the next level but should really excel in that role.

http://www.draftcountdown.com/scoutingreports/te/Richard-Quinn.php

The Colts (dekers) are on the clock.

Pick was made at 11:25pm CST

dekers
04-14-2009, 03:33 AM
with pick 165 the colt pick :
ilb Nick Reed