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JCMElway
02-24-2009, 12:09 AM
Draft picks only in this thread please! A discussion thread will be put up to applaud and ridicule selections.

Brncs_Fan will be on the clock at 8 AM CST on Wednesday.

Round 1

1 1-1 Lions - Brncs_Fan -- Eugene Monroe, T, Virginia
2 1-2 Rams - Rohirrim -- Michael Crabtree, WR, Texas Tech
3 1-3 Chiefs - theDave -- Matthew Stafford, QB, Georgia
4 1-4 Broncos - Drek -- Aaron Curry, LB, Wake Forest
5 1-5 Raiders -- Rugbythug -- Jason Smith, OT, Baylor
6 1-6 Bengals - Killericon -- B.J. Raji, DT, Boston College
7 1-7 Browns -- Southstnd Junkie -- Brian Orakpo, DE, Texas
8 1-8 Jaguars - Arkie -- Andre Smith, OT, Alabama
9 1-9 Packers – Dbroncos4life -- Everette Brown, DE, Florida State
10 1-10 49ers - Hawk's Boys --Malcolm Jenkins, FS, Ohio State
11 1-11 Chargers - Carmello15 -- Michael Oher, OT, Ole Miss
12 1-12 Seahawks - Socolorado -- Jeremy Maclin, WR, Missouri
13 1-13 Redskins - Broncoman4ever -- Darius Heyward-Bey, WR, Maryland
14 1-14 Saints - Ludo -- Brian Cushing, LB, USC
15 1-15 Texans - Chaz -- Tyson Jackson, DE, LSU
16 1-16 Bills - Magichef -- Alex Mack, C, Cal
17 1-17 Jets - Nickademus -- Percy Harvin, WR, Florida
18 1-18 Bears - Sodak -- Mark Sanchez, QB, USC
19 1-19 Buccaneers - Snarfalicious -- Knowshon Moreno, RB, Georgia
20 1-20 Lions (From Cowboys) - Brncs_Fan -- Alphonso Smith, CB, Wake Forest
21 1-21 Eagles - AZBroncfan -- Chris Wells, RB, OSU
22 1-22 Vikings - Gyldenlove -- on the clock, 10:18 PM CST
23 1-23 Patriots - Eddie Mac
24 1-24 Falcons - Thumpc
25 1-25 Dolphins - NFLBRONCO
26 1-26 Ravens - Northman
27 1-27 Colts - Mediator
28 1-28 Eagles (from Panthers) - AZBroncfan
29 1-29 Giants - OSKIE!!!
30 1-30 Titans - Stunodaking
31 1-31 Cardinals - TheReverend
32 1-32 Steelers - Expatfan

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 Vikings
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 Seahawks - Socolorado
49 2-17 Bears
50 2-18 Buccaneers
51 2-19 Cowboys - BFDD
52 2-20 Jets
53 2-21 Eagles
54 2-22 Bills
55 2-23 Falcons
56 2-24 Dolphins
57 2-25 Ravens
58 2-26 Patriots
59 2-27 Panthers - JCMElway
60 2-28 Giants
61 2-29 Colts
62 2-30 Titans
63 2-31 Cardinals
64 2-32 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 Redskins
76 3-12 Jets (From Saints)
77 3-13 Texans
78 3-14 Bills
79 3-15 Broncos
80 3-16 Bills
81 3-17 Buccaneers
82 3-18 Lions (From Cowboys)
83 3-19 Packers (From Jets)
84 3-20 Bears
85 3-21 Eagles
86 3-22 Vikings
87 3-23 Dolphins
88 3-24 Ravens
89 3-25 Patriots
90 3-26 Falcons
91 3-27 Giants
92 3-28 Colts
93 3-29 Panthers
94 3-30 Titans
95 3-31 Cardinals
96 3-32 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 Browns --
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 4-18 Jets
115 4-19 Bears
116 4-20 Buccaneers
117 4-21 Eagles
118 4-22 Bills
119 4-23 Ravens
120 4-24 Patriots
121 4-25 Falcons
122 4-26 Dolphins
124 4-27 Colts
125 4-28 Panthers
126 4-29 Giants
127 4-30 Titans
128 4-31 Cardinals
129 4-32 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 5-17 Jets
146 5-18 Bears
147 5-19 Buccaneers
148 5-20 Cowboys
149 5-21 Eagles
150 5-22 Bills
151 5-23 Patriots
152 5-24 Falcons
153 5-25 Dolphins
154 5-26 Ravens
155 5-27 Colts
156 5-28 Panthers
157 5-29 Giants
158 5-30 Cowboys (From Titans)
159 5-31 Cardinals
160 5-32 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 Bills
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
181 6-21 Eagles
182 6-22 Eagles (From Vikings)
183 6-23 Falcons
184 6-24 Cowboys (from Dolphins)
185 6-25 Ravens
186 6-26 Patriots
187 6-27 Panthers
188 6-28 Giants
189 6-29 Colts
190 6-30 Titans
191 6-31 Cardinals
192 6-32 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
212 7-20 Jets
213 7-21 Eagles
214 7-22 Vikings
215 7-23 Dolphins
216 7-24 Ravens
217 7-25 Patriots
218 7-26 Broncos (From Falcons)
219 7-27 Giants
220 7-28 Colts
221 7-29 Panthers
222 7-30 Titans
223 7-31 Cardinals
224 7-32 Steelers

Alpha list

Brown, Everette
Crabtree, Michael
Curry, Aaron
Cushing, Brian
Harvin, Percy
Heyward-Bey, Darius
Jackson, Tyson
Jenkins, Malcolm
Mack, Alex
Maclin, Jeremy
Monroe, Eugene
Moreno, Knowshon
Oher, Michael
Orakpo, Brian
Raji, BJ
Sanchez, Mark
Smith, Alphonso
Smith, Andre
Smith, Jason
Wells, Chris
Stafford, Matthew

brncs_fan
02-25-2009, 07:36 AM
With the first selection in the 2009 Orangemane Mock Draft the Detroit Lions Select...

http://www.thesabre.com/edge/images/2008/football/ecu_monroe001b.jpg

Eugene Monroe, T, Virginia

Strengths:
Prototypical size with long arms...Very athletic...Quick and agile with great balance...Light on his feet...Moves well laterally...Smooth and fluid...Has the ability to adjust and recover...Strong with a potent initial punch...Skilled technician with great footwork...Understands positioning and angles...Does a great job in pass protection and can handle speed off the edge...Stout at the point of attack and holds his ground...Displays some power in the run game and gets a decent push...Good mobility and range...Real smart with excellent awareness.

Weaknesses:
Durability is a legit concern...Inconsistent with his leverage...Could definitely stand to be more aggressive...Is not a true road grading run blocker...Needs to strengthen his lower body...Can do a better job of sustaining his blocks...Is not super tough and may lack a killer instinct.

Notes:
Was the #3 recruit in the entire country, regardless of position, coming out of high school according to Rivals...Was essentially a three-year starter for the Cavs...Backed up D'Brickashaw Ferguson as a true freshman and also played some right guard...Underwent surgery to repair a dislocated kneecap in the spring of 2006 and missed two games with a sprained knee in 2007...Was a 2nd Team All-American and 1st Team All-ACC as a senior...Received the Jacobs Blocking Trophy as the best blocker in the ACC in 2008...This guy was the reason Branden Albert was playing inside at guard rather than outside at left tackle like he does in the NFL with the Kansas City Chiefs...Hails from a college program with a strong reputation for producing high draft picks and quality pros at his position...Has a well-rounded game and can be a factor as a pass protector and a run blocker...Left tackle prospect with the tools to successfully man the blind side in the NFL.

Pick was made at 8:34 CST. The St. Louis Rams are on the clock.

Rohirrim
02-25-2009, 09:08 AM
With the second selection in the OM Mock Draft, the St. Louis Rams select:
http://assets.espn.go.com/photo/2008/0619/ncf_u_crabtree_300.jpg

Michael Crabtree, WR, Texas Tech

Perhaps the most dynamic offensive player in the 2009 NFL Draft, wide receiver Michael Crabtree was a force for the Texas Tech Red Raiders in both 2007 and 2008. As a freshman, he set NCAA records for a first-year player for receptions (134), receiving yards (1,962) and touchdown receptions (22). In two years of play, Crabtree caught 231 passes for 3,127 yards and 41 touchdowns. Sure, his stats are inflated by the pass-happy spread offense he plays in. But Crabtree's skills shouldn't be considered overrated because of it.
At 6-3, 215 pounds, Crabtree has solid size as well as the best pair of hands among this year's top prospects at the wide receiver position, which has drawn comparisons between he and the Arizona Cardinals' Larry Fitzgerald. He has good-but-not-great speed, but more importantly, he has a knack for always making the clutch play, making big catches in key situations.

Like Fitzgerald, Crabtree also has good vertical skills, and can play a physical game if he has to. Although he lacks elite speed, he always manages to gain separation from his opponent and does a good job of finding holes in the coverage. He's sharp in his routes, and runs everything to completion; plays with confidence.

TheDave
02-25-2009, 09:25 AM
With the 3rd pick in the 2009 OM mock the Kansas City Cheifs are ****ting themselves with joy and select:

QB Matthew Stafford - Georgia

http://www.matthewstaffordfans.org/images/matthew-stafford-pictures%20(10).jpg

Analysis

Positives: Perhaps a bit shorter than preferred, but has excellent bulk and strength for the position. ... Durable performer who never missed a college game due to injury, despite a leaky offensive line. ... Efficient footwork and depth on his drop from center. ... Quick to scan the field and go through his progressions. ... Elite arm strength. ... Can make all the throws and shows power and toughness getting the ball deep even when defenders are closing and making contact. ... Consistent with excellent accuracy to all levels of the field. ... Consistent placing the deep out on the far shoulder of his receiver, away from the defender. ... Has good deep accuracy and trajectory. ... Lofts the ball high enough to allow his receiver to run under it. ... Aggressive, but has developed into a smarter passer over his career and will take what the defense gives him by dropping to his second and third options. ... Learning to look off the safety. ... Underrated core strength. ... Keeps his eyes downfield and will step up in the pocket and is willing to take a hit to complete the pass. ... Surprisingly nimble in the pocket and can avoid the rush. ... Underrated straight-line speed and will take what the defense gives him. ... Takes his own success and that of the team very seriously. ... Extremely competitive. ... Team captain. ... Undefeated in bowl games.


Negatives: Can get fundamentally lazy... ... Though he has an efficient overall release, should be able to speed it up for underneath screens passes to take better advantage of the surprise to the defense. ... Sloppy footwork. ... Will get lazy and throw off his back foot, which could lead to turnovers in the NFL... ... Willing to throw into tight spots, though more often than not he places the ball where it needs to be... ... Not great accuracy on crossing routes. ... Too often leads his receivers too far or forces them to reach back, slowing their momentum and limiting their ability to generate yardage after the catch.

Overview
Blessed with a stronger and more accurate arm than many current NFL quarterbacks, Stafford possesses the type of upside that has in the past guaranteed a high first-round selection. Considered by many to be the top prep quarterback in the country when he signed with Georgia, Stafford led Highland Park High School to their first state title since 1957 and in the process earned the EA National Player of the Year. Despite less than impressive statistics (1,749 passing yards, 7-13 TD-to-INT ratio), Stafford earned All-SEC Freshman accolades in going 6-2 as a true freshman starter, earning victories against the likes of then-No. 5 Auburn, No. 14 Georgia Tech and rallying Georgia from a 21-3 deficit in the Chick-Fil-A Bowl to earn MVP honors in the victory over No. 16-ranked Virginia Tech. Significant statistical improvement as a sophomore (2,523 yards, 19-10 TD-INT) and another bowl game victory (over Hawaii in the Sugar Bowl), along with the emergence of superstar running back Knowshon Moreno, led to huge expectations for 2008. Stafford and the Bulldogs were unable to fulfill the expectations of their preseason No. 1 ranking, but his record-breaking junior campaign (3,459 yards, 25 TD-10 INT) and third bowl victory (Michigan State, Capital One Bowl) underlined his talent. Scouts have concerns about Stafford trusting his arm with risky throws, but considering his marked improvement in a pro-style offense, durability and production again SEC competition, Stafford ranks among the elite talent in the 2009 draft. Had an arm span of 33 1/4 inches and a hand span of 10 inches at the combine.

High School
Highland Park, coached by Randy Allen; Parade Magazine All-America Team, USA Today Pre-Season Super 25; The nation's No. 1 QB by Rivals.com and No. 2 QB by ESPN; Scout.com No. 2 ranked quarterback and Top 10 prospect; SuperPrep All-America, PrepStar 100 and No. 3 ranked quarterback; Dallas Morning News All-Area Offensive Player of the Year; Three time All-State selection; Gatorade State Football Player of the Year; EA Sports National Player of the Year; Five-Star prospect by Rivals.com and Scout.com; Dave Campbell Texas Football Class AAAA Player of the Year; TexasFootball.com Mr. Texas for Class AAAA; Invited to play in the U.S. Army All-American Game; Invited to the EA Sports Elite 11 Camp for the nation's top QBs; As a senior threw for 4,018 yards on 209 of 322 passing and 38 TDs as he led his team to the Class AAAA championship, its first title since 1957; Also rushed for 212 yards and 8 TDs on 42 carries; In the first round of the 2005 state playoffs he rallied his team from a 17-0 deficit to win 38-31 with 411 yards passing and 4 TDs; During his junior year he threw for 1,748 yards and 18 TDs and was named to the Rivals.com Junior All-America Team; As a sophomore had 2,945 passing yards and 36 passing TDs Was named the Most Outstanding Player of the Tom Landry Classic, a Student Sports All-American and All-District.

Pick was made at 9:24 MST. The Seattle Seahawks are on the clock.

socalorado
02-25-2009, 09:39 AM
Theres Has Been A Trade!

The Denver Broncos Are Now On The Clock!!!!!!!!!!
(DREK IS NOW ON THE CLOCK)

DEN RECIEVES THE #4 PICK IN THE 2009 DRAFT
SEA RECIEVES THE #12, #48 PICKS IN THE 2009 DRAFT

(DREK IS NOW ON THE CLOCK)

eddie mac
02-25-2009, 11:52 AM
Hey all, I lost the edit button on the picks page. I thought if I edited it frequently then I could keep editing it. Nope.

I've got a PM out to see if I can get the edit feature back. Until I hear something, please just keep a tally of the picks on a piece of scratch paper by your PC.

If we have to, we'll update all the picks within the thread, but that will make for a long, messy, and hard to follow draft. I'd like to avoid that if I can.

And please post the time and time zone you're in after selecting. Also, PM the next drafter that they are on the clock!

JCM I had a similar problem with my cap thread. Unfortunately you have to copy and paste and update as a new post (see my cap thread), cannot edit posts after 24 hrs.

Mediator12
02-25-2009, 11:53 AM
JCM I had a similar problem with my cap thread. Unfortunately you have to copy and paste and update as a new post (see my cap thread), cannot edit posts after 24 hrs.

This is true eddie. Trying to work on it right now, but not too hopeful :thumbsup:

eddie mac
02-25-2009, 12:03 PM
This is true eddie. Trying to work on it right now, but not too hopeful :thumbsup:

If it's unsuccessful we could post an updated selection list here and I'll do an outside link within that post and update the picks accordingly as we go so all GM's have to do is click the link to see who's been selected.

http://spreadsheets.google.com/ccc?key=pHvzhcBV4Oz-pBrHLxXTVOg#

MagicHef
02-25-2009, 02:35 PM
If it's unsuccessful we could post an updated selection list here and I'll do an outside link within that post and update the picks accordingly as we go so all GM's have to do is click the link to see who's been selected.

http://spreadsheets.google.com/ccc?key=pHvzhcBV4Oz-pBrHLxXTVOg#

It says that I do not have permission to access that spreadsheet.

eddie mac
02-25-2009, 03:29 PM
It says that I do not have permission to access that spreadsheet.

Fixed.

Drek
02-26-2009, 04:18 AM
With the 4th overall pick in the 2009 NFL Draft the Denver Broncos select.....

Aaron Curry, OLB, Wake Forest.

http://www.thefootballexpert.com/aaroncurry.jpg

What does it mean to be labeled as the "safest pick" in the NFL draft for Wake Forest linebacker Aaron Curry? "I can come in instantly and make an impact on anybody's defense," Curry said. "And (with) my versatility as a linebacker to be able to play in the 3-4, inside or outside, or 4-3, inside or outside, you just can't go wrong." fastest among linebackers Monday, is rated by many experts as the best linebacker available and the surest option in a draft class marked with risk. "You're going to hand him $30 million or $40 million guaranteed and he's going to be like Matt Ryan," NFL Network analyst Mike Mayock said. "He's going to put it in the bank and ... go to work." Being in such a position is a far cry from what happened to Curry two years ago. "I came home from college and my mom was telling me we were being evicted and we didn't have anywhere to stay," said Curry, who sought shelter with friends. "At that point, we didn't have the funds to get into another house. Those are the moments you think about in the fourth quarter when there's a play that needs to be made and you have the opportunity to provide for your family for the rest of their lives." The Butkus Award winner as the nation's top linebacker last season, Curry is a potential first overall pick for the Detroit Lions in April's draft.

Strengths:
Possesses a terrific blend of size and bulk...Exceptional speed, quickness and athleticism...Very physical and tough...Excellent strength and power...Extremely aggressive...Outstanding instincts and awareness...Offers a lot of versatility...Reliable tackler who will deliver the big hit...Really uses his hands well...Does a nice job of taking on and shedding blockers...Superb pass rusher and blitzer...Has sideline-to-sideline range...Will attack and fill against the run...Comfortable in space...Can match up and make plays in coverage...Has a lot of experience...Durable and never missed a game due to injury...Smart...Hard worker...Team leader...Super productive.

Weaknesses:
Can be too aggressive at times and will overpursue...Not quite as tall as you'd prefer...Pass rush repertoire is limited...Marginal change of direction skills...May have some trouble when it comes to recognition in coverage....Is not particularly fluid when he is forced to flip his hips.

Notes:
Won the Butkus Award, which honors the nation's top linebacker, as a senior...Brother Patrick Pinkney was a quarterback at East Carolina...Was a four-year starter in the ACC...In 2007 he took all four of his interceptions back for touchdowns, with an average return of 56.5 yards...Could play outside or inside in either a 4-3 or 3-4 defensive scheme...A marvelous all-around player who is effective in every aspect of the game...As good as any linebacker prospect to come along in recent memory...A legitimate Top 10 talent who should be one of the most highly rated players available for the 2009 NFL Draft.

http://media.gatewaync.com/wsj/photos/2004/wake/07fb/ncsu/smith.jpg

Combine
height: 6'1.6"
weight: 254 lbs.
40 yard dash: 4.56 seconds
225 bench: 25
vertical jump: 37"
broad jump: 10'4"
3-cone suttle: 6.84


Broncos come out aggressive this draft knowing that they need two key pieces to put together an elite 3-4 defense, a do everything SOLB and a nose. Its very debatable if the nose is available in this class at all but there is NO DOUBT that the SOLB is. Aaron Curry is an every down leader of a defense from day one. He would immediately improve the toughness, intelligence, and work ethic of the Broncos D and that doesn't even get into all the on-field talent he brings, which I don't think I need to remind anyone of.

Some might say giving up the 48th overall pick for Curry is too much for a team with as many holes as we have, I disagree (obviously). A team with as many holes on defense as we have needs a legitimate impact player in the front seven and can't afford to miss this high in the draft (so no Raji as an NT risk). Curry brings one of the highest ceilings in this draft and inarguably the highest floor. With a future star like Curry in the front seven the entire rest of the unit will be allowed to show what they can actually do.

Specific players that Curry will immediately help shine? Champ Bailey first and foremost. Because with Curry in front of him there will be a whole lot less run support work for Champ to beat himself up in. He might even play all 16 games next season with Curry cleaning up the trash in front of him.

The next biggest benefactor would be Spencer Larsen. 2 down SILB who is very good in traffic and filling up gaps. Curry would have to be accounted for by every defense on every down making the road easier in the middle for Larsen, who by proxy will be able to make life easier on DJ. Combined those three LBs will make a major overhaul to our run stopping.

Also benefiting would be Dumervil and/or Moss at the WOLB spot where now defenses will be much more concerned about Curry coming on the blitz and will need to divert more attention to the strong side. Nothing helps question marks turn into positive asnwers like offensive protections being unable to target them for fear of Curry.

This is the move that makes the Broncos an elite defense in as little time as possible, when Cutler and the offense are still in their prime.

http://static.nfl.com/static/content/catch_all/nfl_image/aaron-curry-full-width.jpg

rugbythug
02-26-2009, 07:21 AM
http://www.draft.com/modules/wfchannel/images/jasonsmith.jpg


Jason Smith, OT (http://www.nfl.com/combine/players?filterType=positionGroup&filterCond=OL)


Height:
6'5"
Weight:
309
College:
Baylor (http://www.nfl.com/combine/players?filterType=college&filterCond=Baylor)
Conference:
Big 12 (http://www.nfl.com/combine/players?filterType=conference&filterCond=Big%2012)
Hometown:
Dallas, TX
High School:
W.T. WhiteAnalysis Positives: Tall, athletic left tackle prospect. ... Excellent straight-line speed and hustle, getting downfield on screens and long runs. ... Can pull and trap, running smoothly and adjusting to oncoming defenders. ... Moves to the second level quickly, using good angles to keep linebackers out of the play. ... Should work well in zone-blocking schemes with his ability to lock onto defenders and move. ... Gets down quickly to cut block despite his height. ... Adjusts well to outside blitzers. ... Willing to throw his man to the ground and keep him there. ... Has made significant improvement in terms of technique and strength over the past two years at left tackle.

Negatives: Typically operates out of a two-point stance for Baylor. ... Raw in his pass-set technique, standing a bit upright and backpedaling instead of sliding to mirror his man. ... Locks onto his man at first, but eventually loses his balance and grip due to his average upper-body strength and footwork. ... Does not have much of a punch in pass protection. ... Can lose the hands battle on the line. ... Could use a bit more bulk in the lower body to be more effective as a drive blocker. ... Could be moved inside to left guard for a zone-blocking team.


The Oakland Raiders are exstatic with how this draft has played out. Jason Smith was the player we assumed would go #1. We were able to take our #1 at #5.

eddie mac
02-26-2009, 09:28 AM
You also need to change that order JCM.

NYG have pick 2-45 from the Saints (Shockey trade)
NYJ have pick 3-76 from the Saints (Vilma trade)

Killericon
02-26-2009, 06:52 PM
With the 6th overall pick in the 2009 NFL Draft, the Cincinnati Bengals proudly select B.J. Raji, Defensive Tackle from Boston College.

http://www.pewterreport.com/img/articleImages/2009_01_27_378_rajismall

SouthStndJunkie
02-26-2009, 08:32 PM
With the 7th overall pick in the 2009 NFL Draft, the Cleveland Browns select:

Brian Orakpo, DE/OLB, Texas

Consideration was given to Brian Cushing and Malcolm Jenkins.

8 1-8 Jaguars - Arkie is on the clock.

Arkie
02-26-2009, 09:23 PM
With the 8th overall pick in the 2009 NFL Draft, the Jacksonville Jaguars select:

Andre Smith OT Alabama
6-4, 332

I was worried about his reliability after him bailing at the combine. I didn't know if we could trust this guy. But, upon further review, I learned he was the seventh true freshman to start a season opener for Alabama's program, and has started every game since then at left tackle.





http://i.cdn.turner.com/si/2008_images/andre-smith.jpg

Scouting Report

Strengths

Smith is a lineman that has the ability to dominate on every snap. He is a good natural athlete, and is light on his feet for a lineman that could tip the scales at 350lbs after dinner. Smith sets up well in pass protection and does a good job shuffling his feet laterally to keep the defender at bay. He is very powerful at the point of attack and can simply man handle college lineman, opening up a lot of running room on his side of the field. Smith has the natural athleticism and strength to play any spot on the offensive line, outside of the center position.

Weaknesses

The problem with Smith will come down to his actual size as the draft approaches. He plays very well in the 340lb range and can play in the NFL at that size. He probably plays inside at guard or at right tackle however. If he can shed a few pounds, his mobility becomes even more impressive and he definitely could lock down the left tackle spot for the team that drafts him. There also may be a question about his height, as he has only average tackle height at 6'4.

DBroncos4life
02-26-2009, 09:36 PM
With the Packers moving to a 3-4 they draft Everette Brown.

http://img18.imageshack.us/img18/4534/ncfubrown300.th.jpg (http://img18.imageshack.us/my.php?image=ncfubrown300.jpg)

JCMElway
02-26-2009, 11:28 PM
Folks, please keep discussion of the picks out of this thread!

Talking about the picks is fantastic. Please take all that discussion to the discussion thread stickied in the draft forum.

ColoradoBuff
02-27-2009, 08:25 AM
With the 10th pick in the 2009 OM Draft....the S.F. 49ers select:

Malcolm Jenkins, FS, THE Ohio State Univ.

MagicHef
02-27-2009, 08:43 AM
Buffalo and San Diego have completed a trade (which is actually already captured in eddiemac's spreadsheet):

BUF #11

for

SD #16
&
SD #78

Therefore, San Diego is on the clock.

Carmelo15
02-27-2009, 11:48 AM
With the 11th pick, the San Diego Chargers Select Michael Oher, OT Ole Miss. Offensive Tackle is our most glaring need. I dont view RB as a greater need even if we lose LT. Simply because we still have Sproles and I feel I can pick up a Thunder to Sproles' Lightning later in this draft. I need Oher to come in right away and start from day one.

socalorado
02-27-2009, 12:05 PM
WITH THE #12TH PICK IN THE 2009 DRAFT, THE SEATTLE SEAHAWKS SELECT
http://www.o2designz.com/pictures/uploads/Football/NCAA%20Football/maclin.jeremy.jpg
Jeremy Maclin WR
School: Missouri
Jeremy Maclin took only one season to establish himself as one of the most dangerous offensive players in the college ranks. In 2007, Maclin hauled in 80 passes for 1,055 yards and nine touchdowns. He also carried the ball 13 times for 375 yards and four touchdowns. Maclin also returned 25 punts for 307 yards and two scores and 43 kickoffs for 1,039 yards and one touchdown. He was the only player in D-1 to score touchdowns by rushing, receiving, punt return and kick return. His 2,776 all-purpose yards were a freshman record and earned him consensus All-America honors. He hasn't slowed down much in 2008. Maclin has 95 receptions for 1,221 yards and 12 touchdowns, 35 rushes for 250 yards and two touchdowns, 987 yards and one score on kick returns and 188 yards on punt returns. At 6-1, 200 pounds, Maclin obviously has the size but his 4.3 speed and big play ability is what will make him so appealing to NFL teams. The Biletnikoff Award finalist will lose quarterback Chase Daniel to graduation and that may prompt him to leave school early. If that is the case, Maclin should go off boards in the first round.
(http://mutigers.cstv.com/sports/m-footbl/mtt/maclin_jeremy00.html)

BroncoMan4ever
02-27-2009, 12:23 PM
With the 13th pick in the draft the Washington Redskins select Darius Heyward-Bey

http://images.athlonsports.com/d/5532-2/DarriusHeyward-Bey.jpg

Strengths: Has electrifying speed and quickness…has the capabilities to take every play the distance and will provide whatever team selects him with explosiveness that they may currently lack…he possesses a unique combo of size and speed that is rarely seen—think Roddy White as a comparison…a versatile wide receiver prospect that can stretch the defense, go across the middle, and can be a factor in the red zone…plays with an edge at the WR position, gets after it in blocking the oppositions secondary down field…possibly has more potential than ANY other wide receiver in the 2009 NFL Draft…
Weaknesses: Had a very up and down collegiate career…will need to work on his hands, at times lets the ball get in on him…focusing on technique is essential in regards to progression…needs to work on refining his route running, has a tendency to get sloppy at times….statistics were nothing to write home about…could develop a little more strength to better develop his level of physicality…does he rely too much on his speed and quickness?
Overall: Some scouts and pundits are sleeping on Darius Heyward-Bey in my opinion. He is a War Room Report favorite due to the fact that he has all the look of a better pro receiver than a collegiate. Critics will point to an underwhelming career at Maryland where he never dominated, but if one were to watch the Maryland football games you would clearly see that Heyward-Bey was not utilized very well at all and the passing attack, primarily at the quarterback position, of the Terps leaves a lot to be desired. Many are focusing on Michael Crabtree and Jeremy Maclin, however, don’t be surprised if you see pundits start using the terminology "stock moving up" in regards to Darius Heyward-Bey during the Scouting Combine and thereafter. Make no mistakes about it, Heyward-Bey is going to light up the Scouting Combine, and don’t be stunned if he even runs a faster 40 time than speedster Jeremy Maclin, and opens up the eyes of scouts in the process.

JCMElway
02-27-2009, 12:45 PM
Ludo is on the clock at 1:30 PM.

Chaz, magichef, and nickademus are on deck.

ludo21
02-27-2009, 02:57 PM
The Saints Select Brian Cushing with the #14 pick!!

http://www.swampie.net/Portals/0/USC%20-%20Brian%20Cushing.JPG
Analysis

Positives: Physical prototype with a combination of excellent size and overall athleticism for the position. Versatile. Signed with USC as a potential strong safety candidate, but has played defensive end, strong-side linebacker and even middle linebacker. Physical and intense. Big hitter who looks to intimidate opponents with his physicality in every phase of the game. Attacks blocks aggressively and flashes not only explosiveness but ferocity as a tackler. Good straight-line speed. Good flexibility to turn and run with tight ends and backs in coverage. Reads the quarterback well and can break on the ball. Productive pass rusher who is equally effective as an end and blitzing linebacker. Immediate standout performer who started for USC as a freshman.

ludo21
02-27-2009, 03:22 PM
Chaz and the Houston Texans are on the clock.

I made my pick 4 pm CST

chaz
02-27-2009, 06:17 PM
With the 15th pick in the draft, the Texans select:

Tyson Jackson, DE LSU

He will anchor the DE spot opposite Super Mario, solidifying a talented young defensive line. Seen as 3-4 prototype, but I think he can fit well with the Texans.

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

Strengths:
Outstanding size and bulk...Has a big frame with long arms and large hands...Powerful with excellent strength...Tough and physical...Good athleticism...Quick with a burst...Uses his hands well...Can really hold his ground...Terrific bull rusher...Offers a lot of versatility...Has a lot of experience against elite competition... Hard worker ... Team leader.

Weaknesses:
Average timed speed...Motor is inconsistent...Questionable instincts and awareness...Needs to do a better job of shedding blocks...Doesn't change directions well...Has some trouble in space...Not a threat off the edge...Just an average pass rusher and won't rack up a lot of sacks.

Notes:
Full name is Anthony Tyson Jackson...Was a three-year starter in the SEC...Twice named 2nd Team All-SEC ('06 & '07)...Best fit will most likely come as a five-technique in a 3-4 scheme but could also play end or tackle in a 4-3 front as well...Has drawn the inevitable comparisons to Marcus Spears, another former Bayou Bengal who was the 20th overall pick in the 2005 NFL Draft...An impressive physical specimen who is highly adaptable...Figures to be a coveted prospect because he is so unlike any of the other top defensive ends available in this draft.


pick made at 7:15 pm CST

MagicHef
02-27-2009, 07:37 PM
Flying in the face of conventional positional value thories, the Buffalo Bills select, with the 16th pick in the 2009 NFL draft:

Alex Mack, C, California

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Pick made at 7:36 PM MST. Nickademus and the New York Jets are on the clock.

nickademus
02-27-2009, 09:35 PM
New York Jets: Percy Harvin http://www.footballsfuture.com/pic/photos/percy_harvin_300_250.jpg



Strengths
Harvin is pure excitement on the field. He is as explosive as any offensive player in the draft, and will bring an immediate boost of speed to whatever team selects him. Harvin is a fantastic athlete, with rare elusiveness in a wide receiver. He can make defenders miss with ease, and quickly accelerates to top speed and is gone with the slightest opening. Harvin has shown a lot of versatility, lining up all over the field to maximize his playmaking ability. His combination of quickness and speed could make him a standout special teamer as well in the NFL.
Weaknesses Lining up all over the place has stunted his development as a receiver a bit. He will need to work on lining up as a traditional wide receiver and running true routes at the next level, so he may need a little time to be truly effective as a go to receiver. Harvin also has only average size, although it doesn’t make a big difference since his game is built on speed.

SoDak Bronco
02-27-2009, 09:38 PM
With the 18th Pick, Da Bears Select--SoDak Bronco


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.

Wasn't planning to go QB with this pick, but the run on WR's and OT's left Sanchez sitting there at 18, when most people thought he would gone by then. This is a solid value and a def. need for the Bears. Pretty pumped about this pick.

Snarfalicious
02-27-2009, 11:02 PM
With the 19th pick overall, the Bucs select:

Knowshon Moreno, RB, Georgia

http://pbrown16.files.wordpress.com/2008/08/24_moreno_in_black_jersey_v_au_2007.jpg

Strengths

You don’t see too many freshman making an immediate impact in the SEC, so that tells you a little about the toughness and determination Moreno plays with. He runs hard between the tackles, and slips quite a few tackles for a back his size. He is a big play waiting to happen, and that is the best part about his game. He is very quick, and has the shiftiness and balance to make defenders miss and continue marching down the field. Moreno accelerates quickly and has enough speed to run away from defenders when he gets into the open field. Moreno has also been a factor as a receiver, which will be a must for a back of his size to see the field as much as possible.

Weaknesses

The listed size for Moreno is ok for a starting back, but he appears to be smaller than that number. He has a thin waste and may not be able to carry a lot more weight. He will have to prove he has the durability to be a starting back in the NFL and not just be a change of pace type of back.

Future

Knowshon Moreno burst onto the scene last year, and is now one of the top running backs in college football. He is draft eligible as a sophmore because he redshirted his first season in Athens. Moreno may have some size concerns, but that is about it. He is willing to run inside and will battle for tough yardage, along with his big play ability. He is more than the typical change of pace back because of his all around rushing skills, and he could be a very fine starting running back in the NFL.

Thought of possibly going with a D player here. But, with Graham turning 30 by season's start, Cadillac in the shop again with another knee injury, and the recent release of Dunn, I think it's about time the Bucs address RB with a solid gamer who will give them the tough, reliable runner.

brncs_fan
02-28-2009, 08:11 PM
With the 20th selection in the 2009 Orangemane Mock Draft, the Detroit Lions Select:

http://www.packerchatters.com/userfiles/image/2009Draft_AlphonsoSmith.jpg

Alphonso Smith, CB, Wake Forest

Strengths:
Very good athlete...Excellent speed and quickness with a burst to close...Adequate bulk...Outstanding instincts...Great hands...Nice ball skills and body control...Good leaper...Very active...Pretty tough and physical...Displays terrific footwork...Flips his hips well...Decent tackler...Will come up and support the run...Dangerous runner in the open field...Could also offer value as a return man...Has a lot of experience...Top competitor..Supremely confident...Very productive.

Weaknesses:
Does not have the height you look for...Too aggressive at times...A bit of a gambler and will take some unnecessary risks...Can be inconsistent when it comes to being physical...Struggles to match up with bigger wideouts...Will get overpowered and needs to get stronger.

Notes:
Was a four-year starter in the ACC...First team All-American as a senior...Was named All-ACC as a junior and a senior...Holds the ACC record for career interceptions...A true playmaker and ballhawk who will make quarterbacks pay for their mistakes...There isn't much not to like about this guy other than his lack of prototypical height...Would get selected much earlier if he were 2 or 3 inches taller.

Pick was made at 9:10 CST. The eagles are on the clock.

azbroncfan
02-28-2009, 10:20 PM
Chris Wells RB OSU pick made at 10:18 MST.

gyldenlove
03-01-2009, 09:45 AM
With the 22nd pick in the 2009 NFL entry draft, the Minnesota Vikings choose, Eben Britton, Offensive Tackle, Arizona.

http://grfx.cstv.com/photos/schools/ariz/sports/m-footbl/auto_action/2218726.jpeg

Britton is the best OL left on the board, and with Birk on the way out, a mediocre right side and and a new QB in the fold, fixing the protection becomes a number 1 priority. He will get a shot at starting at RT from day 1 and will eventually replace McKinnie at LT.

Pick made at 11:45, EST.

TheReverend
03-01-2009, 11:01 AM
With the 23rd selection in the 2009 NFL draft, the Arizona Cardinals select, Rey Maualuga, ILB, USC.

http://2.bp.blogspot.com/_1x1mvb2W23Q/SWTb5zegUvI/AAAAAAAAARk/SSp8yzAAmxk/s400/maua.jpg

We're thrilled over the ability to solidify the interior of our 3-4 by pairing Rey with Dansby.

Pick made 12:59 PM, EST

The Atlanta Falcons are on the clock.

JCMElway
03-01-2009, 10:34 PM
Round 1

1 1-1 Lions - Brncs_Fan -- Eugene Monroe, T, Virginia
2 1-2 Rams - Rohirrim -- Michael Crabtree, WR, Texas Tech
3 1-3 Chiefs - theDave -- Matthew Stafford, QB, Georgia
4 1-4 Broncos - Drek -- Aaron Curry, LB, Wake Forest
5 1-5 Raiders -- Rugbythug -- Jason Smith, OT, Baylor
6 1-6 Bengals - Killericon -- B.J. Raji, DT, Boston College
7 1-7 Browns -- Southstnd Junkie -- Brian Orakpo, DE, Texas
8 1-8 Jaguars - Arkie -- Andre Smith, OT, Alabama
9 1-9 Packers – Dbroncos4life -- Everette Brown, DE, Florida State
10 1-10 49ers - Hawk's Boys --Malcolm Jenkins, FS, Ohio State
11 1-11 Chargers - Carmello15 -- Michael Oher, OT, Ole Miss
12 1-12 Seahawks - Socolorado -- Jeremy Maclin, WR, Missouri
13 1-13 Redskins - Broncoman4ever -- Darius Heyward-Bey, WR, Maryland
14 1-14 Saints - Ludo -- Brian Cushing, LB, USC
15 1-15 Texans - Chaz -- Tyson Jackson, DE, LSU
16 1-16 Bills - Magichef -- Alex Mack, C, Cal
17 1-17 Jets - Nickademus -- Percy Harvin, WR, Florida
18 1-18 Bears - Sodak -- Mark Sanchez, QB, USC
19 1-19 Buccaneers - Snarfalicious -- Knowshon Moreno, RB, Georgia
20 1-20 Lions (From Cowboys) - Brncs_Fan -- Alphonso Smith, CB, Wake Forest
21 1-21 Eagles - AZBroncfan -- Chris Wells, RB, OSU
22 1-22 Vikings - Gyldenlove -- Eben Britton, OT, Arizona
23 1-23 Cardinals - TheReverend Rey Maualuga, LB, USC
24 1-24 Falcons - JCMElway -- Piera Jerry, DT, Ole Miss
25 1-25 Dolphins - NFLBRONCO -- Hakeem Nicks, WR, UNC
26 1-26 Ravens - Northman -- Kenny Britt, WR, Rutgers
27 1-27 Colts - Mediator -- Clay Matthews, LB, USC
28 1-28 Eagles (from Panthers) - AZBroncfan - Vontae Davis, CB, Illinois
29 1-29 Lions -- brncs fan-- James Lauriniatis, LB, OSU
30 1-30 Titans - Stunodaking -- Evander Hood, DT, Mizzou
31 1-31 Patriots - Eddie Mac -- Connor Barwin, OLB, Cincinnati
32 1-32 Steelers - Expatfan -- Aaron Myabin, DE, Penn State

Round 2

33 2-1 Giants - OSKIE!!! - Brandon Pettigrew, TE, Tennessee
34 2-2 Chiefs -- theDave - Max Unger, C, Oregon
35 2-3 Rams -- Rohirrim - Patrick Chung, S, Oregon
36 2-4 Browns -- Southstnd Junkie - LeSean McCoy, RB, Pitt
37 2-5 Seahawks -- Socolorado - Sean Smith, DB, Utah
38 2-6 Bengals -- killericon - William Beatty, OT, Connecticut
39 2-7 Jaguars -- Arkie -- Josh Freeman, QB, Kansas State
40 2-8 Raiders -- Rugbythug - Michael Johnson, DE, Georgia Tech
41 2-9 Packers -- DBroncos4life - Jared Cook, TE, South Carolina
42 2-10 Vikings -- Gyldenlove - Brian Robiske, WR, Ohio State
43 2-11 49ers -- Hawk's Boys - Phil Loadholt, OT, Oklahoma
44 2-12 Dolphins (Redskins) -- NFLBRONCO - Larry English, DE, Northern Illinois
45 2-13 Giants (Saints) -- OSKIE! - William Moore, S, Mizzou
46 2-14 Texans - Chaz - on the clock
47 2-15 Patriots (Chargers) - Eddie Mac
48 2-16 Seahawks - Socolorado
49 2-17 Bears - Sodak
50 2-18 Buccaneers - Snarfalicious
51 2-19 Cowboys - BFDD
52 2-20 Jets - Nickademus
53 2-21 Eagles - AzBroncFan
54 2-22 Bills - Magichef
55 2-23 Falcons - JCMElway
56 2-24 Dolphins - NFLBRONCO
57 2-25 Ravens - Northman
58 2-26 Patriots - Eddie Mac
59 2-27 Panthers - Kaylore -
60 2-28 Giants - OSKIE!
61 2-29 Colts - Mediator
62 2-30 Titans - Kaylore
63 2-31 Cardinals - TheReverend
64 2-32 Steelers - Expatfan

Round 3

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

Round 4

97 4-1 Cowboys (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 Browns --
105 4-9 Packers
106 4-10 Bills
107 4-11 49ers
108 4-12 Texans
109 4-13 Chargers
110 4-14 Broncos - Drek
111 4-15 Jets (Redskins)
112 4-16 Saints
113 4-17 Cowboys
114 4-18 Jets
115 4-19 Bears
116 4-20 Buccaneers - Snarf -
117 4-21 Eagles
118 4-22 Bills
119 4-23 Ravens
120 4-24 Patriots
121 4-25 Falcons - JCMElway
122 4-26 Dolphins
124 4-27 Colts
125 4-28 Panthers - Kaylore
126 4-29 Giants
127 4-30 Titans - Florida Bronco
128 4-31 Patriots
129 4-32 Steelers

Round 5

129 5-1 Lions
130 5-2 Rams
131 5-3 Chiefs
132 5-4 Broncos (Seahawks)
133 5-5 Eagles (Browns)
134 5-6 Bengals
135 5-7 Falcons (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 - Drek
142 5-14 Redskins
143 5-15 Giants (Saints)
144 5-16 Texans - Chaz
145 5-17 Jets
146 5-18 Bears
147 5-19 Buccaneers - Snarf -
148 5-20 Cowboys
149 5-21 Eagles
150 5-22 Bills
151 5-23 Patriots - Eddie Mac
152 5-24 Falcons - JCMElway
153 5-25 Dolphins
154 5-26 Ravens
155 5-27 Colts
156 5-28 Panthers - Kaylore
157 5-29 Giants
158 5-30 Cowboys (From Titans)
159 5-31 Cardinals
160 5-32 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 - Drek -
173 6-13 Bills
174 6-14 Packers (Saints)
175 6-15 Texans
176 6-16 Chargers
177 6-17 Jets
178 6-18 Bears
179 6-19 Bears (Buccaneers)
180 6-20 Lions
181 6-21 Eagles
182 6-22 Eagles (Vikings)
183 6-23 Falcons - JCMElway
184 6-24 Cowboys (Dolphins)
185 6-25 Ravens
186 6-26 Patriots
187 6-27 Panthers - Kaylore
188 6-28 Giants
189 6-29 Colts
190 6-30 Titans - Florida Bronco
191 6-31 Cardinals
192 6-32 Steelers

Round 7

193 7-1 Cowboys (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 (Jaguars) - Snarf -
201 7-9 Packers
202 7-10 49ers
203 7-11 Bills
204 7-12 Vikings (Redskins)
205 7-13 Saints
206 7-14 Texans
207 7-15 Chargers
208 7-16 Broncos - Drek -
209 7-17 Bears
210 7-18 Steelers (Buccaneers)
211 7-19 Cowboys
212 7-20 Jets
213 7-21 Eagles
214 7-22 Vikings
215 7-23 Dolphins
216 7-24 Ravens - JCMElway
217 7-25 Patriots
218 7-26 Broncos (Falcons)
219 7-27 Giants
220 7-28 Colts
221 7-29 Panthers - Kaylore
222 7-30 Titans
223 7-31 Cardinals
224 7-32 Steelers

Alpha list

Barwin, Connor
Beatty, William
Britt, Kenny
Britton, Eben
Brown, Everette
Chung, Patrick
Cook, Jared
Crabtree, Michael
Curry, Aaron
Cushing, Brian
Davis, Vontae
English, Larry
Freeman, Josh
Harvin, Percy
Heyward-Bey, Darius
Hood, Evander
Jackson, Tyson
Jenkins, Malcolm
Jerry, Piera
Johnson, Michael
Laurinaitis, James
Loadholt, Phil
McCoy, LeSean
Mack, Alex
Maclin, Jeremy
Matthews, Clay
Maualuga, Rey
Maybin, Aaron
Monroe, Eugene
Moore, William
Moreno, Knowshon
Nicks, Hakeem
Oher, Michael
Orakpo, Brian
Pettigrew, Brandon
Raji, BJ
Robiske, Brian
Sanchez, Mark
Smith, Alphonso
Smith, Andre
Smith, Jason
Smith, Sean
Wells, Chris
Stafford, Matthew
Unger, Max


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JCMElway
03-02-2009, 09:36 PM
Thumpc has missed their pick and may make a selection at any time. NFLBronco got me his selection earlier.

With the 26th pick Miami selects

Hakeem Nicks WR North Carolina

JCMElway
03-03-2009, 12:43 AM
With the 25th pick in the NFL draft the Atlanta Falcons select:

Peria Jerry, NT, Ole Miss

Strengths:
Very athletic...Terrific speed...Quick and explosive...Really fires off the ball...Active and has a fantastic motor...Does a nice job in pursuit and has a burst to close...Can penetrate and wreak havoc in the backfield...Uses his hands well...Shows the ability to shed blocks...Is comfortable in space...Pretty tough...Hard worker and leader...Great instincts and awareness...Productive against top competition...Still improving and might have some upside...Super impressive bloodlines.

Weaknesses:
Does not have great size or bulk...Frame is awfully close to being maxed out...Not very strong or powerful...Isn't real stout at the point of attack...Has to be more consistent with his leverage...Can get pushed around in the run game...Struggled in the classroom and intelligence may be an issue...Older than the average prospect...Will not be a good fit for every team...Has some major durability concerns.

Northman
03-03-2009, 09:59 AM
With the 26th pick, the Baltimore Ravens select:

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Player: Kenny Britt
Position: WR
School: Rutgers
Height: 6'4
Weight: 215

By the end of his freshman year, Kenny Britt was a staple of the Rutgers starting lineup. Despite only starting six games and playing in nine, Britt was second on the team with 440 receiving yards. By the 2007 campaign Britt was a huge part of the surprising Scarlet Knights offense. Britt was the big play receiver with Tiquan Underwood on the other side. Both players tallied over 1,000 yards, but it was Britt who led the way with 1,232 yards and eight touchdown receptions. The 2008 season is not going as well for Rutgers through five games, but Britt is the lone bright spot.

Even without a big junior season in 2008, Britt is still a 6-4, 215 pound receiver that looks like an NFL player. His best asset is his ability to play physical. That gives him space to get open and makes him a very dangerous ball carrier after he makes the catch.

Rutgers' woes in 2008 are keeping Britt off the national radar, but he could work his way into the second round if he opts to go pro after his junior season. He may not be as quick as players like Darrius Heyward-Bey of Maryland, but he is a similar player in that he has the size to make a big impact. If he falls to the third round, any team should be happy to have him.

10/26 Update: Rutgers may be off the national radar this year, but Britt made has made some noise. When the Scarlet Knights had a huge road win over a ranked Pittsburgh team 54-34 on October 25th, it was Britt who led the way. The 6-4 receiver caught five passes for 143 yards and three touchdowns (and all in the first half). Britt has been anything but consistent during the 2008 season, but he showed what he can do against what is usually a stout Pitt defense.

1/14 Update: Britt announced that he will enter the NFL Draft after his junior year. His size will impress any NFL scout and his production during his junior campaign was quite impressive as well. On a team that had an inconsistent offense, Britt still managed to make 87 catches for 1,371 yards and seven touchdowns. He will not likely be a first round selection (barring a great showing at the combine), but he is a solid second or third rounder.

Mediator12
03-03-2009, 01:24 PM
With the 27th Pick in the 2009 NFL draft Indianapolis selects:


Clay Matthews LB USC

Latest News
2/23/2009 - Clay III was determined to make it at USC, where his father and his uncle, Pro Football Hall of Famer Bruce Matthews, were legends. He earned his way into games on special teams and eventually started as a senior alongside higher-profile prospects Rey Maualuga and Brian Cushing. "I worried that he'd get into a situation where it wouldn't be a great experience for him," his father said. "The first year, he was on the all-look [scout] teams. They offered to put him in a game as a freshman when they were ahead. He wouldn't go in because he didn't want to waste his red-shirt year. "He really blossomed going into his third year. I remember going down to his spring practice and there was this drill. I'll never forget that moment. I saw him accelerate in this drill and I said, 'Good grief, where did that come from?'" NFL Network analyst Mike Mayock said of Matthews, "What I would tell you is he's got a healthy chip on his shoulder. His dad, his uncle, his brother -- everybody played big-time football and this kid didn't get a scholarship offer to USC. He will outwork people. He's not as naturally gifted as his father, but he's worked so hard and he's at the point now where this is a guy who will be a second-rounder [at the worst] and three years ago he was a walk-on." The older Matthews holds the Browns' franchise record with 232 games played. For the record, there has never been a father-son combination play for the Browns. "It would mean a lot," the younger Matthews said. "I always have a smile on my face when I talk to the Cleveland Browns representatives." - Tony Grossi, The Cleveland Plain Dealer

Overview
While teammates Rey Maualuga and Brian Cushing certainly earned more attention throughout their respective careers, it is the former walk-on Matthews, Jr., who some scouts feel ultimately could be the best of the bunch. Considering he came to USC as a 166-pound linebacker and tight end with only Idaho offering him a D-I scholarship, his rise to stardom has been remarkable.

A special teams standout early in his career, Matthews didn't emerge as even a starter until three games into his senior campaign. Showing burst off the snap as a hybrid defensive end and surprising fluidity and instincts in coverage, Matthews posted 56 tackles and finished third on the team in tackles for loss (9.5) and second in sacks (4.5).

A strong performance at the Senior Bowl had scouts buzzing about his upside, especially considering his family's gridiron success. Considering he has only started 10 games over his career, there isn't a prospect in the country who can match Matthews' meteoric rise up draft boards this year.

Analysis

Positives: Ascending player who may be just scratching the surface of his potential. Well-built athlete whose dedication in the weight-room is obvious in his physique. Reliable open-field tackler. Versatile defender who flashes as a natural pass rusher off the edge. Good speed upfield and has the balance and burst to redirect his rush. Good initial hand punch to pop the blocker and disengage. Good effort and speed in pursuit. Instinctive defender who played well in space as a traditional linebacker. Excellent special teams player. Twice named co-special teams player of the year (2005, 2006). Excellent bloodlines. Father, Clay, played 19 seasons at linebacker and made the Pro Bowl four times. Uncle, Bruce, made the Pro Bowl 14 times and was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2007. Grandfather, also named Clay, played for the 49ers in the 1950s. Pac-10 Academic All-American with a 3.06 GPA in international relations.

Negatives: Has less than a full season as a starter and only 10 career starts -- all in 2008. Surrounded by so much talent at USC that holes in his game could have been disguised. Lacks the bulk to remain at defensive end. Prefers to run around blocks rather than take them on. While he improved as the year went on, remains a work in progress in disengaging from blocks. Suffered broken left thumb against Nebraska, then fractured a metacarpal later in season, then had to have surgery after the bowl game as it did not heal properly.




Pick Made @ 3:25 PM eastern time. PHI is on the clock and has been PM'd.

azbroncfan
03-03-2009, 05:17 PM
Vontae Davis, CB 28th pick in the draft pick made at 1715 MST

brncs_fan
03-03-2009, 08:35 PM
TRADE:

Lions get #29 and #91

Giants get #33 and #65

With the 29th pick in the 2009 draft, the Detroit Lions select...

James Lauriniatis, ILB, THE Ohio State

http://blog.cleveland.com/sports/2007/12/laurinaitis.jpg

Strengths:
Adequate size and bulk...Good athlete...Very good speed...Excellent instincts with a top-notch football IQ...Reliable tackler...Has sideline-to-sideline range...Reads and reacts quickly...Smooth with fluid hips and terrific awareness in coverage...Good hands...Does a real nice job of avoiding blockers and working through traffic...Super active with a great motor...Offers some versatility...Intense and competitive...Has a lot of experience...Durable...Smart...Very mature...Outstanding work ethic...Team and community leader...Was extraordinarily productive.

Weaknesses:
Needs to be more physical...Struggles when he has to take on and shed blockers...Can be too aggressive at times...Doesn't have elite strength and power...Not real explosive or a big hitter...Average pass rusher / blitzer...Doesn't make many impact plays...Frame is close to being maxed out...Surrounded by lots of talent...May not have much upside.

Notes:
Was a three-year starter in the Big Ten...Would have been a Top 10-15 overall pick in the 2008 NFL Draft had he come out after his junior season...Father was a professional wrestler known as “The Animal” of the Legion of Doom...Also played hockey in high school...Named Minnesota's Defensive Mr. Football as a senior...Played extensively as a true freshman and stepped into the starting lineup when Bobby Carpenter went down with an injury...Won the Nagurski Award as the nation’s best defensive player in 2006...Won the Butkus Award as the nation's top linebacker as a junior...The Big Ten defensive Player of the Year in 2007 and 2008...Winner of the 2008 Lott Trophy as college football’s impact player of the year...Winner of the Lowe’s Senior CLASS Award in 2008...A three-time 1st Team All-Big Ten selection...In elite company as a three-time AP All-American...Prolific college football player who won just about every award and honor imaginable during his time with the Buckeyes and will go down as an all-time great...A well-rounded player who never has to leave the field...Capable of playing all three linebacker positions but his best fit will likely come in the middle or on the weakside in a 4-3 scheme...Not quite in the same league as a prospect that his former teammate and #5 overall pick A.J. Hawk was coming out of college but awfully close.

Pick was made at 9:34 CST. The Titans are on the clock.

JCMElway
03-04-2009, 08:45 PM
Stuno has missed his pick. If he isn't in here to make his selection within 12 picks I will look to replace him.

Eddie Mac is on the clock at 9:34 PM.

eddie mac
03-05-2009, 02:34 AM
With the 31st selection in the 2009 OM I GM Mock Draft the New England Patriots select

Connor Barwin OLB Cincinnati

Reasoning: Barwin is a converted TE and proved to be a valuable contributor for the Bearcats last season. Barwin possesses everything that Bill Belichick looks for in his linebackers. He is big, strong, intelligent and versatile. He will be able to start from day one and excel in that system. Plus he just had an excellent combine compared to his competitors for 3-4 OLB.

Selection made at 2-27 am MST, Expatfan and the Steelers are OTC.

BowlenBall
03-05-2009, 06:53 AM
With the 32nd and final pick in round 1 of the 2009 OM Mock Draft I, the Pittsburgh Steelers select Aaron Maybin, DE, Penn State.

http://explorehoward.com/blogs/devils-made-me-do-it/files/2009/01/aaron_maybin_2.jpg

Overview
Maybin decided to leave Penn State after a redshirt sophomore season that saw him named as a finalist for the Bednarik and Hendricks Awards, despite not starting the first two games of the season. The first-team All-Big Ten selection took advantage of teammate Maurice Evans' suspension for off-field issues by making 49 tackles, 20 for loss, 12 sacks and three forced fumbles in 2008.

The question for scouts is where he will play at the next level. Can he add the mass necessary to play with his hand down, or will he be forced to move to linebacker? It's probably the latter, so 3-4 teams will covet his skill set near the top of the draft.

High School
Maybin played at Mount Hebron High School ... Playing for coach Larry Luthe, he recorded 80 tackles with 10 sacks as a senior ... During his junior campaign, he made 79 tackles with nine sacks ... Maybin was named to the 2005 Baltimore Sun All-Metro team, was second-team big school all-state pick and first-team All-Howard County ... A strong student, he also participated in drama programs and did volunteer work.

Analysis
Positives: Tall with a frame to add a needed 10-15 pounds of muscle in his upper body. Superior quickness off the snap on wide rushes. Combines that speed and length to challenge tackles in passing situations. Very good straight-line speed to chase plays down the line or hustle downfield. Keeps cut blocks off his knees, recovers and maintains his balance well. Great length and vertical to affect passing lanes. Dropped into zone coverage often; got into his zone in a hurry when decisive. Breaks down in space and can change directions in the backfield to handle cutbacks and misdirections. Improving his hand usage as a pass rusher.

Negatives: A bit thin in the hips, and may not grow into a defensive end build. Does not always use his length to get off offensive tackle or tight end blocks. Lacks the strength to bull rush. Runs stiff and upright, looks much better straight-ahead than laterally. Doesn't turn the corner as fast as you'd like because of his inflexible lower body. Needs more pass rush moves. Always runs straight upfield, allowing tackles to direct him around the pocket. Demoted to backup status during the week of the Rose Bowl for undisclosed reasons.

Pick made at:
5:55 p.m. UTC +4 (Abu Dhabi)
8:55 a.m. North American Eastern Time Zone
7:55 a.m. North American Central Time Zone
6:55 a.m. Mountain Time Zone
5:55 a.m. Pacific Time Zone
4:55 a.m. Alaska Standard Time

The New York Giants (and Oskie) are now on the clock.

Broncoman13
03-05-2009, 07:24 AM
The Giants would've rather drafted a WR but with the run on receivers there wasn't a guy worth drafting in the first round at #29. The Giants felt they could move down a bit and secure another nice selection in the process. Meanwhile, the guy they would have selected at 29 is still available. So with their first of four picks in the next 32 selections, the NY Giants select:

Brandon Pettigrew

Height: 6-5 3/8 | Weight: 263 | 40-Time: 4.85

Official Bio


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.

*Pick made at 0725 MST. STUNOdaQueen can pick at any time and DaDave and the Kansas Shiaty Chiefs are on the clock! I am PMing theDave now.

TheDave
03-05-2009, 08:51 AM
With their 1st selection in the 2nd Round the Kansas City Cheifs Select:

Max Unger, Center, Oregon

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

Analysis
Positives: Understands positioning and can turn and seal his opponent away from the ballcarrier. Sustains his block through the whistle. Excellent hand placement, balance, anchor and mirroring technique as a pass blocker. Good technician who relies on his short-area quickness rather than size or strength for his success. Recognizes blitzes and picks them up consistently. Quick off the snap and able to get his hands into the defender's chest smoothly. Outside at tackle, has at least adequate quickness out of his stance to maintain a wall for the passer. Effective cut blocker inside and gets off the ground quickly. Few collegiate centers have his size and effectiveness on inside traps as well as pulls outside the tackle. Excellent quickness and balance getting out of his stance. Good foot speed to find targets downfield. Athletic enough to adjust to linebackers and safeties in space. Uses his feet and proper angles, instead of pure strength, to sustain. Very durable. Team leader on and off the field. Versatile enough to play left tackle and center at Oregon, moving inside to make room for JUCO transfer Feneki Tupou before 2007.



Negatives: Oregon's offensive scheme hid his deficiencies in drive blocking. Better suited inside than out. Adept at the shotgun snap, but needs experience with the quarterback under center. Will whiff in space when he overextends.

Overview
The Ducks couldn't have asked much more of Unger during his career. He started 51 consecutive games and earned all-conference honors in every season, including being named first-team All-Pac-10 the past two years. Even more impressive is that he earned those accolades at two positions: left tackle in 2005 and 2006 and center in 2007 and 2008. NFL scouts value that durability and versatility, as well as Unger's combination of size, toughness, solid technique and short-area quickness. Had an arm span of 32 1/2 inches and a hand span of 9 1/4 inches at the combine.


High School
Ranked among nation's top 50 offensive guards by Rivals.com despite playing organized football only since the ninth grade. The 2002 second-team all-state offensive honoree (Honolulu Star-Bulletin) was a first-team all-Big Island Interscholastic Federation pick on both sides of the line of scrimmage. Recorded close to 100 pancake blocks as a junior for the 2002 BIIF champions (8-2 record).

Pick was made @8:50 MST

Rohirrim
03-05-2009, 10:12 AM
With the 35th pick in the OM 1 Draft, The Rams Select:

http://assets.sbnation.com/assets/63719/Oregon_ChungP28.jpg

Patrick Chung S Oregon 5’11” 210

STRENGTHS
Patrick is a powerfully built, hard hitting safety with good size, speed and excellent burst to be an impact player for the team that drafts him. In a two deep zone he will make a WR clutch and grab for his heart before he goes to catch the ball over the middle. He plays with a great burst to the play in front of him and shows decent coverage skills. He is a impact tackler and will go for the hit before he goes for the ball. Patrick loves to play up close to the line and can blitz with the best of them. He will impact in that type of system. He will also impact in a two deep zone system because of his hard hitting talents.

NEEDS TO IMPROVE
Patrick does not have good make-up speed. If he is in a two deep zone defense, he will get fooled for a while with play action. The truth is...who cares? If he gets fooled on a play, he will just take the head off of the player who fooled him on the next play! Badabing!

TALENT BOARD ROUND 1
This kid reminds me a little bit of Ronnie Lott when he played safety. Good safeties mask their limitations by intimidation. Patrick is an intimidating safety and that's the way he likes it! So, if your offense makes him cover the tall TE during a game, that tall TE better have his head on a swivel because Patrick will go hunting. As far as Patrick is concerned, hunting season lasts all football season. Patrick is not going to win awards for his coverage and may get some penalties during a game, but he is smart and knows how to work the referees and still be intimidating. Patrick's football intelligence, instincts, and personal drive to be an impact player are his strongest attributes. Add to that his overall athletic talents and you have yourself an impact safety and a leader for years to come for your defense. I call him Patrick (Clutch and Grab) Chung because WR's will be clutching and grabbing their hearts before going over the middle to make a catch against Patrick. Teams whose offense uses a lot of crossing routes had better beware because, for Patrick, those teams will be good hunting material.

SouthStndJunkie
03-05-2009, 10:26 AM
With the 36th pick, The Cleveland Browns select: LeSean McCoy, RB, Pittsburgh

The Browns had LeSean McCoy rated as their #1 back in the 2009 draft and are ecstatic to see him fall to them in the 2nd round.

socolorado is up and has been PMed.

socalorado
03-05-2009, 10:40 AM
WITH THE 37TH PICK THE SEATTLE SEAHAWKS SELECT
SEAN SMITH FS/CB UTAH
http://themtn.tv/lockerroom/wp-content/uploads/2009/02/sean-smith21.jpg

KILLERICON is on the clock and has been PMed

Killericon
03-05-2009, 12:49 PM
With the 38th overall pick in the 2009 NFL Draft, the Cincinnati Bengals proudly select William Beatty, Offensive Tackle from Connecticut.

http://extras.mnginteractive.com/live/media/site515/2008/1212/20081212__web_121208-sub-will-beatty-2_200.jpg

The Jacksonville Jaguars are on the clock.

Florida_Bronco
03-05-2009, 02:31 PM
The Tennessee Titans select Evander Hood, DT from Missouri. Pick made at 4:30 PM EST

Arkie
03-05-2009, 04:15 PM
The Jacksonville Jaguars select...


Josh Freeman QB Kansas State
6'6", 248

http://static.nfl.com/static/content/catch_all/nfl_image/combine/headshots/79557.jpg

Raiders -- Rugbythug is on the clock. 5:15ct

rugbythug
03-05-2009, 05:26 PM
http://static.nfl.com/static/content/catch_all/nfl_image/combine/headshots/71351.jpg
Michael Johnson, DE (http://www.nfl.com/combine/players?filterType=positionGroup&filterCond=DL)


Height:
6'7"
Weight:
266
College:
Georgia Tech (http://www.nfl.com/combine/players?filterType=college&filterCond=Georgia%20Tech)
Conference:
ACC (http://www.nfl.com/combine/players?filterType=conference&filterCond=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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DBroncos4life
03-05-2009, 10:08 PM
I hate to do it but the Packers select a combine wonder Jared Cook TE South Carolina.

gyldenlove
03-06-2009, 07:14 AM
The Minnesota Vikings Select with the 42nd pick, Brian Robiskie, wide reciever, Ohio State

http://www.the-ozone.net/photos/13553.jpg

The choice came down to WR and CB. The Vikings need a possession reciever and Robiskie is one of the best in the draft, he has an outstanding work ethic, he is a solid route runner, has good size and good hands. He will get a chance to be the slot reciever in his rookie year and get some experience, the goal is that he will form a tandem with Berrian before long.

Pick was made at 09.15 EST.

ColoradoBuff
03-06-2009, 11:04 AM
With the 43 pick in the 2009 OM Draft......the SF 49ers select:

Phil Loadholt, RT, Univ. of Oklahoma

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Official Bio (http://www.soonersports.com/sports/m-footbl/mtt/loadholt_phil00.html)

http://www.draftcountdown.com/images/stars/three.gif </TD><TD vAlign=top>Strengths:
Massive with a huge frame...Long arms...Very strong and powerful...Is tough and physical...Good athleticism and quickness...Is stout at the point of attack...Gets a great push in the run game...Plays with a wide base...Has strong hands...Decent range and mobility...Finisher who plays with a nasty disposition...Solid work ethic...Has a ton of upside.

Weaknesses:
Struggles with speed off the edge...Has heavy feet...Has some trouble with false start penalties...Average awareness...Doesn't always play with proper leverage...Gets caught off balance at times...Gets caught reaching...Only two years of Division I experience...Intelligence may be an issue ... Ran into trouble off the field and character is a concern.

Notes:
JUCO transfer from Garden City (Kan.) Community College where he was a two-time All-American...A two-year starter at left tackle for the Sooners...Averaged 17 points with 11 rebounds and 3 blocks as a basketball player in high school...Arrested on allegations of disorderly conduct in 2006...Was arrested again in June of 2008 on suspicion of driving under the influence and transporting an open container of beer...Could play left tackle at the next level but his best fit will probably be on the right side...The vast majority of his flaws can be corrected with good coaching but you sure can't teach that size...Rare physical specimen but needs to work on the mental side of the game.

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NFLBRONCO
03-06-2009, 01:02 PM
With the 44th pick in Round 2 Miami selects

Larry English DE Northern Illinois

1:05pm MST pick was made

Broncoman13
03-06-2009, 06:11 PM
Sorry folks... Really struggling here b/c I had planned on drafting Britt or Nicks in the first and then that fell through so I figured I'd grab Robiskie here... yah, so now I'm trying to pick. Anyhow, after changing my mind several times I have decided to select.... (Drumroll).... ;D

With the 45th pick

The NY Giants Select: William Moore, Safety
6'1, 226 pounds | Missouri | Free safety

Strengths: Possessing all the tools of a solid free safety, Moore is a highly coachable talent who still has some upside. After beginning his career as a cornerback, Moore has bulked up and became a talented safety. Moore is a physical player who likes to support against the run. Plays very fast and makes plays all around the field. Keeps an eye in the backfield which allows him to break quickly on the ball. Very strong. One of Missouri's team captains for his senior season.

Weaknesses: Moore is a gambling free safety who can make or break a secondary. He aggressively attacks the ball in the air. In 2007, that aggression made him one of the top defensive playmakers in the nation with eight interceptions. In 2008, however, he was routinely burned and only had one interception. Struggles when he has to play man coverage against a receiver. Bites hard on the double move. An undisciplined tackler. Leads into the ball carrier with his shoulder instead of wrapping up. Gets a lot of garbage tackles.


William Moore provides the Giants with another young Safety to team beside Kenny Phillips who enjoyed a successful rookie campaign for the G-men last year. Moore and Phillips have a lot of the same qualities which gives the Giants the ability to use either safety in coverage or along the line in run support. William Moore is finally getting healthy and starting to run like it. Yesterday, during his pro-day workouts, scouts clocked him as fast as 4.39 in the 40 yard dash. At 6'2 and 220 lbs, that is a heck of a combination of speed and power.


*Pick made at 1815 MST, the Houston Texans (Chaz) are on the clock.

chaz
03-06-2009, 08:07 PM
With the 46th pick, the Houston Texans select

Donald Brown RB Connecticut

http://i.cdn.turner.com/si/2008/sioncampus/09/29/deans.list/donald-brown.jpg

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.

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pick made at 9:10pm CST, Eddie Mac is on the clock

Rohirrim
03-06-2009, 09:12 PM
The Rams have traded the rest of their picks (66, 99, 130, 163, 194) to the Pats for pick #47. With that pick, the Rams select:

http://media.scout.com/media/image/61/613072.jpg

JAMON MEREDITH South Carolina LT 6'5" 304

If NFL teams are looking for an offensive lineman to come in and contribute immediately, they can look no further than this South Carolina Gamecock. To say Meredith is high on the experience factor would be an understatement. He redshirted as a freshman after playing in one game, and coming into 2008 he had started 28 consecutive games; 29 in total dating back to his freshman season. Meredith started 18 straight at left tackle protecting his quarterback's blind side, but recently he has been forced to show his versatility. He had to sit out two games at the start of this season due to having played during his 2005 redshirt year, and coach Steve Spurrier moved him to guard upon his return. In addition to his football skills (which include running under 5.0 in the 40-yard-dash despite his size), Meredith is outstanding in the classroom and will bring no off-the-field concerns with him into the next level. Right now he looks like a second-rounder in the 2009 draft. Meredith has the frame to get even bigger and he needs to show he can truly dominate a game up front before NFL brass will be convinced to go for him in round one.

Seahawks are on the clock.

socalorado
03-06-2009, 09:23 PM
With the 48th pick (DEN) in the 2009 NFL draft, the Seattle Seahawks select,
RON BRACE DT Boston College
http://socalsportshub.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/02/ron-brace.jpg

JCMElway
03-07-2009, 01:13 AM
Round 1

1 1-1 Lions - Brncs_Fan -- Eugene Monroe, T, Virginia
2 1-2 Rams - Rohirrim -- Michael Crabtree, WR, Texas Tech
3 1-3 Chiefs - theDave -- Matthew Stafford, QB, Georgia
4 1-4 Broncos - Drek -- Aaron Curry, LB, Wake Forest
5 1-5 Raiders -- Rugbythug -- Jason Smith, OT, Baylor
6 1-6 Bengals - Killericon -- B.J. Raji, DT, Boston College
7 1-7 Browns -- Southstnd Junkie -- Brian Orakpo, DE, Texas
8 1-8 Jaguars - Arkie -- Andre Smith, OT, Alabama
9 1-9 Packers – Dbroncos4life -- Everette Brown, DE, Florida State
10 1-10 49ers - Hawk's Boys --Malcolm Jenkins, FS, Ohio State
11 1-11 Chargers - Carmello15 -- Michael Oher, OT, Ole Miss
12 1-12 Seahawks - Socolorado -- Jeremy Maclin, WR, Missouri
13 1-13 Redskins - Broncoman4ever -- Darius Heyward-Bey, WR, Maryland
14 1-14 Saints - Ludo -- Brian Cushing, LB, USC
15 1-15 Texans - Chaz -- Tyson Jackson, DE, LSU
16 1-16 Bills - Magichef -- Alex Mack, C, Cal
17 1-17 Jets - Nickademus -- Percy Harvin, WR, Florida
18 1-18 Bears - Sodak -- Mark Sanchez, QB, USC
19 1-19 Buccaneers - Snarfalicious -- Knowshon Moreno, RB, Georgia
20 1-20 Lions (From Cowboys) - Brncs_Fan -- Alphonso Smith, CB, Wake Forest
21 1-21 Eagles - AZBroncfan -- Chris Wells, RB, OSU
22 1-22 Vikings - Gyldenlove -- Eben Britton, OT, Arizona
23 1-23 Cardinals - TheReverend Rey Maualuga, LB, USC
24 1-24 Falcons - JCMElway -- Piera Jerry, DT, Ole Miss
25 1-25 Dolphins - NFLBRONCO -- Hakeem Nicks, WR, UNC
26 1-26 Ravens - Northman -- Kenny Britt, WR, Rutgers
27 1-27 Colts - Mediator -- Clay Matthews, LB, USC
28 1-28 Eagles (from Panthers) - AZBroncfan - Vontae Davis, CB, Illinois
29 1-29 Lions -- brncs fan-- James Lauriniatis, LB, OSU
30 1-30 Titans - Florida Bronco -- Evander Hood, DT, Mizzou
31 1-31 Patriots - Eddie Mac -- Connor Barwin, OLB, Cincinnati
32 1-32 Steelers - Expatfan -- Aaron Myabin, DE, Penn State

Round 2

33 2-1 Giants - OSKIE!!! - Brandon Pettigrew, TE, Tennessee
34 2-2 Chiefs -- theDave - Max Unger, C, Oregon
35 2-3 Rams -- Rohirrim - Patrick Chung, S, Oregon
36 2-4 Browns -- Southstnd Junkie - LeSean McCoy, RB, Pitt
37 2-5 Seahawks -- Socolorado - Sean Smith, DB, Utah
38 2-6 Bengals -- killericon - William Beatty, OT, Connecticut
39 2-7 Jaguars -- Arkie -- Josh Freeman, QB, Kansas State
40 2-8 Raiders -- Rugbythug - Michael Johnson, DE, Georgia Tech
41 2-9 Packers -- DBroncos4life - Jared Cook, TE, South Carolina
42 2-10 Vikings -- Gyldenlove - Brian Robiske, WR, Ohio State
43 2-11 49ers -- Hawk's Boys - Phil Loadholt, OT, Oklahoma
44 2-12 Dolphins (Redskins) -- NFLBRONCO - Larry English, DE, Northern Illinois
45 2-13 Giants (Saints) -- OSKIE! - William Moore, S, Mizzou
46 2-14 Texans - Chaz - Donald Brown, RB, Connecticut
47 2-15 Rams (Chargers, Pats) - Rohirrim - Jamon Meredith, OT, S Carolina
48 2-16 Seahawks - Socolorado - Ron Brace, DT, Boston College
49 2-17 Bears - Sodak - Robert Ayers, DE, Tennessee
50 2-18 Buccaneers - Snarfalicious - Darius Butler, CB, UConn
51 2-19 Cowboys - BFDD -- Rashad Johnson, S, Alabama
52 2-20 Jets - Nickademus -- Clint Sintim, LB, Virgina
53 2-21 Eagles - AzBroncFan -- Louis Delmas, FS, Western Michigan
54 2-22 Bills - Magichef - Duke Robinson, G, Oklahoma
55 2-23 Falcons - JCMElway - Marcus Freeman, LB, Ohio State
56 2-24 Dolphins - NFLBRONCO -- Pat White, QB/WR, West Virginia
57 2-25 Ravens - Northman - Shawn Nelson, TE, So. Miss
58 2-26 Patriots - Eddie Mac - Jarron Gilbert, DE, San Jose State
59 2-27 Panthers - Kaylore - Paul Kruger, DE, Utah
60 2-28 Giants - OSKIE! - Derrick Williams, WE, Penn State
61 2-29 Colts - Mediator -- James Casey, WR/TE, Rice
62 2-30 Titans - Florida Bronco -- D.J Moore, CB, Vanderbilt
63 2-31 Cardinals - TheReverend -- Senderick Marks, DT, Auburn
64 2-32 Steelers - Expatfan -- Jarius Byrd, CB, Oregon

Round 3

65 3-1 Giants - OSKIE! - Fili Moala, DT, USC
66 3-2 Patriots - Eddie Mac -- Juaquin Iglesias, WR, Oklahoma
67 3-3 Chiefs - The Dave - Jasper Brinkley, Linebacker, South Carolina
68 3-4 Seahawks - Socalorado - Shonn Greene, RB, Iowa
69 3-5 Cowboys (Browns) BFDD - Darry Beckwith, LB LSU
70 3-6 Bengals - Killericon - Eric Wood, C Louisville
71 3-7 Raiders - Rugbythug - Ramses Barden, WR, Cal Poly
72 3-8 Jaguars - Arkie - Mike Mickens, CB, Cincinnati
73 3-9 Packers - DBroncos4life - Andy Levitre, G, Oregon State
74 3-10 49ers - Hawk's Boys - On the clock
75 3-11 Redskins - Broncoman4ever -
76 3-12 Jets (Saints) - Nickademus -
77 3-13 Texans - Chaz -
78 3-14 Chargers - Carmello15 -
79 3-15 Broncos - Drek -
80 3-16 Bills - Magichef
81 3-17 Buccaneers - Snarf -
82 3-18 Lions (Cowboys) - Brncs_Fan -
83 3-19 Packers (Jets) - DBroncos4life -
84 3-20 Bears - Sodak -
85 3-21 Eagles - AZBroncfan -
86 3-22 Vikings - Gyldenlove -
87 3-23 Dolphins - NFLBRONCO -
88 3-24 Ravens - Northman
89 3-25 Patriots - Eddie Mac -
90 3-26 Falcons - JCMElway
91 3-27 Lions - Brncs Fan
92 3-28 Colts - Mediator -
93 3-29 Panthers - Kaylore -
94 3-30 Titans - Florida Bronco
95 3-31 Cardinals - TheReverend
96 3-32 Steelers - Expatfan
Comp 3A - Patriots - Eddie Mac -
Comp 3B - Steelers - Expatfan -
Comp 3C - Bengals - Killericon -
Comp 3D - Cardinals - TheReverend -

Round 4

97 4-1 Cowboys (Lions) - BFDD
98 4-2 Chiefs - TheDave
99 4-3 Patriots - Eddie Mac
100 4-4 Browns - Southstnd -
101 4-5 Seahawks -
102 4-6 Bengals - Killericon
103 4-7 Jaguars - Arkie
104 4-8 Browns - Southstnd -
105 4-9 Packers - DBroncos4life
106 4-10 Bills
107 4-11 49ers - Hawk's Boys
108 4-12 Texans - Chaz
109 4-13 Bills - Magichef -
110 4-14 Broncos - Drek
111 4-15 Jets (Redskins) - Nikademus
112 4-16 Saints
113 4-17 Cowboys - BFDD -
114 4-18 Jets - Nickademus
115 4-19 Bears - Sodak
116 4-20 Buccaneers - Snarf -
117 4-21 Eagles - AZBroncfan
118 4-22 Bills
119 4-23 Ravens
120 4-24 Patriots
121 4-25 Falcons - JCMElway
122 4-26 Dolphins
124 4-27 Colts
125 4-28 Panthers - Kaylore
126 4-29 Giants
127 4-30 Titans - Florida Bronco
128 4-31 Patriots
129 4-32 Steelers
Comp 4A - Bears - Sodak
Comp 4B - Giants - Oskie
Comp 4C - Chargers - Carmello15 -
Comp 4D - Chargers - Carmello15 -
Comp 4D - Titans - Florida Bronco -
Comp 4E - Colts - Mediator -

Round 5
129 5-1 Lions
130 5-2 Patriots - Eddie Mac
131 5-3 Chiefs
132 5-4 Broncos (Seahawks)
133 5-5 Eagles (Browns)
134 5-6 Bengals
135 5-7 Falcons (Raiders)
136 5-8 Jaguars
137 5-9 Packers
138 5-10 49ers
139 5-11 Bills
140 5-12 Bills - Magichef -
141 5-13 Broncos - Drek
142 5-14 Redskins
143 5-15 Giants (Saints)
144 5-16 Texans - Chaz
145 5-17 Jets
146 5-18 Bears
147 5-19 Buccaneers - Snarf -
148 5-20 Cowboys
149 5-21 Eagles
150 5-22 Bills
151 5-23 Patriots - Eddie Mac
152 5-24 Falcons - JCMElway
153 5-25 Dolphins
154 5-26 Ravens
155 5-27 Colts
156 5-28 Panthers - Kaylore
157 5-29 Giants
158 5-30 Cowboys (Titans)
159 5-31 Cardinals
160 5-32 Steelers
Comp5A - 49ers - Hawk's Boys -
Comp 5B - Patriots - Eddie Mac -
Comp 5C - Cowboys - BFDD-
Comp 5D - Titans - Florida Bronco -

Round 6

161 6-1 Lions
162 6-2 Chiefs
163 6-3 Patriots - Eddie Mac
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 - Drek -
173 6-13 Bills
174 6-14 Packers (Saints)
175 6-15 Texans
176 6-16 Bills - Magichef -
177 6-17 Jets
178 6-18 Bears
179 6-19 Bears (Buccaneers)
180 6-20 Lions
181 6-21 Eagles
182 6-22 Eagles (Vikings)
183 6-23 Falcons - JCMElway
184 6-24 Cowboys (Dolphins)
185 6-25 Ravens
186 6-26 Patriots
187 6-27 Panthers - Kaylore
188 6-28 Giants
189 6-29 Colts
190 6-30 Titans - Florida Bronco
191 6-31 Cardinals
192 6-32 Steelers
Comp 6A - Titans - Florida Bronco -
Comp 6B - Patriots - Eddie Mac
Comp 6C - Cowboys - BFDD
Comp 6D - Bengals - Killericon
Comp 6E - 49ers - Hawk's Boys

Round 7

193 7-1 Cowboys (Lions)
194 7-2 Patriots - Eddie Mac
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 (Jaguars) - Snarf -
201 7-9 Packers
202 7-10 49ers
203 7-11 Bills
204 7-12 Vikings (Redskins)
205 7-13 Saints
206 7-14 Texans
207 7-15 Bills - Magichef -
208 7-16 Broncos - Drek -
209 7-17 Bears
210 7-18 Steelers (Buccaneers)
211 7-19 Cowboys
212 7-20 Jets
213 7-21 Eagles
214 7-22 Vikings
215 7-23 Dolphins
216 7-24 Ravens - JCMElway
217 7-25 Patriots
218 7-26 Broncos (Falcons)
219 7-27 Giants
220 7-28 Colts
221 7-29 Panthers - Kaylore
222 7-30 Titans - Florida Bronco
223 7-31 Cardinals
224 7-32 Steelers
Com 7A - Tennessee - Florida Bronco -
Comp 7B - Washington -
Comp 7C - Seattle
Comp 7D - Seattle
Comp 7E - Chicago
Comp 7F - Seattle
Comp 7G - Chicago
Comp 7H - Seattle
Comp 7I - Jacksonville
Comp 7J - Detroit
Comp 7K - Detroit
Comp 7L - Kansas City
Comp 7M - St. Louis

Alpha list

Ayers, Robert
Barden, Ramses
Barwin, Connor
Beatty, William
Beckwith, Darry
Brace, Ron
Brinkley, Jasper
Britt, Kenny
Britton, Eben
Brown, Donald
Brown, Everette
Butler, Darius
Bydr, Jarius
Casey, James
Chung, Patrick
Cook, Jared
Crabtree, Michael
Curry, Aaron
Cushing, Brian
Davis, Vontae
Delmas, Louis
English, Larry
Freeman, Josh
Freeman, Marcus
Gilbert, Jarron
Greeene, Shonn
Harvin, Percy
Heyward-Bey, Darius
Hood, Evander
Iglesias, Juaquin
Jackson, Tyson
Jenkins, Malcolm
Jerry, Piera
Johnson, Michael
Johnson, Rashad
Kruger, Paul
Laurinaitis, James
Levitre, Andy
Loadholt, Phil
McCoy, LeSean
Mack, Alex
Maclin, Jeremy
Matthews, Clay
Maualuga, Rey
Maybin, Aaron
Mays, Sendrick
Meredith, Jamon
Mickens, Mike
Moala, Fili
Monroe, Eugene
Moodre, DJ
Moore, William
Moreno, Knowshon
Nelson, Shawn
Nicks, Hakeem
Oher, Michael
Orakpo, Brian
Pettigrew, Brandon
Raji, BJ
Robinson, Duke
Robiske, Brian
Sanchez, Mark
Smith, Alphonso
Smith, Andre
Smith, Jason
Smith, Sean
Wells, Chris
Sintim, Clint
Stafford, Matthew
Unger, Max
White, Pat
Williams, Derrick
Wood, Eric

Carmelo15
03-07-2009, 04:25 AM
Steal of the draft so far?: LARRY ENGLISH AT #44!

SoDak Bronco
03-07-2009, 07:36 AM
With the 49th pick in the 09 NFL draft, the Bears select:

Robert Ayers, DEHeight:6'3"
Weight:272
College:Tennessee

Analysis
Positives: Powerfully built athlete. ... Good lower-body strength to hold up at the point of attack. ... Flashes the ability to anchor and split double-team blocking off the edge. ... Good initial hand punch to stun the offensive tackle. ... Flashes some upfield burst to challenge wide and has good lateral quickness to redirect to the inside. ... Good use of hands to prevent tackles from latching on and steering him away from the plays. ... Varies his speed off the edge and can surprise blockers with his suddenness. ... Can close with authority, flashing explosiveness. ... Versatile defender with experience at tackle and end. ... Developed into a team leader as a senior. ... Could be an ascending player who is just beginning to scratch the surface of his talent.



Negatives: Lacks an elite first step or the straight-line speed to be true edge rusher. ... Relies more on varying his speed off the snap and strength at the point of attack, rather than pure athleticism to make plays. ... Moved around a lot in this defense and was allowed to exploit mismatches. ... Likes to tackle high and can allow stronger ballcarriers to escape his grasp. ... Can be a bit of a showboat, which could lead to penalties in the NFL. ... Stepped up his play significantly as a senior and evaluators will ponder whether he was a one-year wonder motivated by the big NFL payday.

--Wohoo, pretty pumped to get this guy here. He is ranked #12 on Mayocks Big board. Bears are loving their draft so far.

Bucs and Snarfalicious are on the clock -9:36 am

Snarfalicious
03-07-2009, 04:33 PM
With the 50th pick in the 09 Draft, the Bucs Select:

Darius Butler, CB UConn

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*** With Ronde Barber getting older, and Phillip Buchanon on the outs, CB becomes a need for the Tampa Bay Bucs in the draft. Butler and Talib could pose as a very strong CB duo for many years to come.

Strengths: Good height and athletic build with room to bulk a little in the weight room ... Very instinctive; reads and reacts without hesitation ... Very fluid hips; nice body control ... Has the recovery speed and initial acceleration you look for; no questions athletically ... Competitive and plays with a swagger ... Anticipates routes in press man coverage ... Physical and can play bump-and-run ... Smart ... Three-year starter and has experience ... Solid work ethic ... Will be a better pro than college player ... Outstanding Senior Bowl week in Mobile ... Lots of undiscovered potential.

Weaknesses: Needs to put forth more effort against the run ... Soft tackler and needs to do a better job of reading an opponent's hips, key in, and explode through in regards to tackling technique ... Should have produced more interceptions; ball skills need to be closely evaluated ... Lacks awareness in zone.

Summary: If Malcolm Jenkins runs poorly at his Pro Day, then is viewed as strictly a safety, and the NFL front offices seriously question Vontae Davis' intangibles, Darius Butler could be the first pure corner off the draft board. I am not lying here; I am confident Butler goes off the board much higher than people expect in that 14-24 range. Do not overlook this talented player just because he does not have the Internet hype of Jenkins and Davis.

Player Comparison: Asante Samuel. Same build. Similar skill set, but Samuel has better ball skills, which Butler can improve.

BFDD
03-07-2009, 06:29 PM
with the 51's pick the Boys pick Rashad Johnson S, Alabama

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Pros: Great ball skills and great instincts to play free safety a very smart player and will do what ever it takes to succeed. Has great range and shows good hip movement to turn and run with a receiver. Great work ethic and has a great motor to go with it. Decent tackler who has shown great leadership on the field. Pretty durable and worked his way up from being a walk on to being a team captain. Average amount of experience but did it against some of the best talent in the college ranks.

Cons: Isn't the most physical of safeties and probably wont see many fumbles from his hits. Could stand to add a little more bulk to his frame. Somewhat of a tweener between the cornerback and free safety position. Doesnt have the top notch measurable that scouts and coaches will be looking for. Not the best in run support.

the Jets are now on the clock its 6:30pm mst

nickademus
03-07-2009, 08:05 PM
http://www.draftcountdown.com/images/mockaction/clintsintim.jpg New York Jets: CLINT SINTIM, OLB, VIRGINIA

Not only does Sintim look like a prototypical SAM who plays both the run and the pass effectively but he has also proven to be an outstanding pass rusher and blitzer. In fact, for his career the 6-3, 254 pound Sintim has more sacks and tackles for a loss than Georgia Tech's Michael Johnson, who many feel is one of the top pass rushers in this draft

pick was made @ 8:06 pm MST

azbroncfan
03-08-2009, 08:05 AM
Louis Delmas, FS, Western Michigan
Height: 5-11. Weight: 202.
Projected 40 Time: 4.47.
Combine 40 Time: 4.55.
Benchx225: 12. Vertical: .
Projected Round (2009): 2.

Pick made at 7 am pst

MagicHef
03-08-2009, 05:40 PM
With the 54th pick in the draft, the Buffalo Bills select Duke Robinson, OG, Oklahoma.

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Pick was made at 5:40 PM MST.

JCMElway
03-08-2009, 05:56 PM
With the 55th selection the Atlanta Falcons select:

Marcus Freeman, LB, Ohio State

Strengths:
Excellent athleticism...Great speed...Quick and agile...Has a burst to close...Smooth and fluid...Has sideline-to-sideline range...Reads and reacts well...Pretty reliable tackler...Smart with decent instincts...Is able to match up in coverage...Does a pretty good job of avoiding blockers...Terrific special teamer...Has a lot of experience against top competition...Offers some positional versatility..Was very productive.

Weaknesses:
Average height and bulk...Is not very physical...Won't deliver the big hit...Has trouble shedding blocks...Isn't a great blitzer...Leaves his legs vulnerable...Still needs to get stronger...Marginal hands and ball skills...Was better as a junior than as a senior...Durability is a concern.

Notes:
A three-year starter for the Buckeyes...Was a highly-regarded recruit and Parade All-American coming out of high school...Redshirted in 2005 after he injured his knee in the season opener...Underwent surgery to repair a torn meniscus after the 2007 season...Was overshadowed by James Laurinaitis but is a fine pro prospect in his own right...Could play any of the three linebacker positions depending on scheme but his ideal fit will most likely be on the weakside in a 4-3.

Pick was made at 7 PM CST

NFLBRONCO
03-08-2009, 07:33 PM
RD 2 #56 the Miami Dolphins select (First reach of this Mock)

Pat White QB/WR WV (Wildcat)

pick made 7:35 pm MST

Northman and the Ravens are on the clock

Northman
03-08-2009, 07:59 PM
With the 57th pick in the NFL Mock Draft the Baltimore Ravens select:

Shawn Nelson
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School: Southern Miss
Position: TE
Height: 6'5
Weight: 245

Nelson redshirted in 2004 and then became a full time starter in 2005. He started all of the team's twelve games, recording 35 receptions for 540 yards (15.4 average) and 5 TD. He was voted Offensive MVP of the 2005 New Orleans Bowl. In 2006, Nelson caught 36 balls for 506 yards (14.1) and 3 TD, earning the coaches' selection for Conference USA First Team honors. In his junior campaign, Nelson started twelve of thirteen games recording 33 receptions for 451 yards (13.7) with 5 TD, and was voted to the Conference's Second Team. Nelson is another big TE from a small school. For such a big athlete, he does move very fluid. He is fast (4.60) and explosive off the line; he will reach the second level with ease. While he could break long runs, he seldom does at Southern Miss (which is a concern). His route running is average at best, and his blocking skills (specially the bending of knees) need refinement. It would also do him good to visit the weight room more often.
Nelson is a big tight end prospect from a small school. He, with more coaching and experience, could develop into a first rate TE in the NFL. Today, Nelson is rated as a mid-to-late fourth rounder. With another productive season and an impressive post season showing, the Southern Miss product could move up into the middle of the third round.



*******EDDIE MAC AND THE PATRIOTS ARE ON THE CLOCK*********

eddie mac
03-08-2009, 11:16 PM
With the 58th pick the New England Patriots select

Jarron Gilbert DE San Jose State

Overview
The 2008 WAC Co-Defensive Player of the Year -- with an eye-popping 22 tackles for loss -- Gilbert was characterized by some as a product of the Spartans' aggressive defense until, that is, he proved to be arguably the most dominant presence at the East-West Shrine Game. The question for scouts now isn't whether Gilbert can play, but at which position to utilize his unique combination of size and athletic ability. Gilbert signed with San Jose State as a 240-pound defensive end in 2004. He added over 40 pounds since and has the frame to add even more. ... The son of former New Orleans Saints' offensive tackle Daren Gilbert, Jarron has incredible athleticism for his size and could be just scratching the surface of his potential.

Analysis
Positives: Rare athleticism for a player of his size. ... Versatile defender with experience at defensive tackle and defensive end. ... Good size potential. ... Naturally large man with room for plenty of additional muscle mass. ... Good initial quickness off the snap. ... Flashes the functional upper-body strength to disengage from blockers. ... Surprising balance for his height. ... Can break down in space and make the secure tackle. ... At least adequate closing speed for a player his size. ... Flashes some explosiveness as a hitter. ... Long arms and capable of batting down passes and potentially kicks. ... Often battled two or three blockers as a senior. ... Helped himself with a strong week of practice at the East-West Shrine Game. ... Ascending talent -- might be just scratching the surface of his potential.



Negatives: Bit of a "tweener." ... Struggles with leverage inside and might lack the burst off the snap and flexibility to flank the tackle and close effectively as a defensive end. ... Too often allows blockers to get into his chest. ... Inconsistent getting his hands up in the passing lanes. ... Questionable level of competition. ... A better raw athlete than football player. ... Some maturity concerns. ... Might be considered a one-year wonder after a breakout senior season.

Pick made at 10-15pm MST, Kaylore and the Panthers are OTC

Kaylore
03-09-2009, 12:16 AM
With the 59th and in the draft, featuring last minute sub-in GM Kaylore, the Carolina Panthers are pleased to select.

Low-down, good for nothing Utard

Paul Kruger

http://www.utahproathletes.com/assets/paul%20kruger/paul%20kruger%203.jpg

Overview

Paul is the first player taken with a letter "K" in the draft, which means that Mel Kiper loves this pick. He's an explosive defensive end prospect that plays with great speed and leverage. Having to face the immensely awesome and powerful BYU offensive line, Kruger honed his skills every year. Despite the fear the Cougars placed in the hearts of him and his effeminate teammates, Paul developed a work horse ethic that never wavered. With Peppers' situation dicey at best, Kruger falling to the Panthers is a boon.

Kruger spent most of his days at Utah comparing scrotum tensile strength with his teammates in their dorm rooms, as is custom there. When he wasn't pulling on his pubes and rocking it to Air Supply before games, Kruger was seen quietly weeping in the corner wishing he could have played for BYU.

Pick was made at 12:16 Am.

Mediator12
03-09-2009, 01:40 PM
With the 61st pick in the 2009 NFL draft the Indianapolis Colts select:

James Casey WR/TE Rice

The NYG's are still on the Clock with Oskie and he may select at any time. The Titans are now also able to select at any time. I called Oskie and left a VM. And I am PM'ing Florida Bronco for the Titans.

Florida_Bronco
03-09-2009, 02:10 PM
At 4:10PM EST, with the 62nd pick the Tennessee Titans select:

D.J Moore CB Vanderbilt. Reverend/Cardinals are now on the clock.

TheReverend
03-09-2009, 02:27 PM
At 4:25PM EST, with the 63rd pick, the Arizona Cardinals select:

Sen'Derrick Marks, DT Auburn

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Broncoman13
03-09-2009, 02:57 PM
The NY Giants select:

Penn St. WR, Derrick Williams

Strengths:
Excellent athleticism...Has good speed and plays fast...Extremely quick...Terrific change of direction skills...Very elusive...Outstanding vision...Runs well after the catch...Solid ball skills...Tough with adequate strength...Not afraid to work the middle...Gives good effort as a blocker...Fantastic return man...Offers a lot of versatility...Very competitive...Intelligent...Mature...Solid intangibles... Still has upside.

Weaknesses:
Just average size and bulk...Will drop too many catchable balls...Durability might be a concern...Has room to improve as a route runner...Very inconsistent...Was not overly productive and might be somewhat of an underachiever...Jack-of-all-Trades, a master of none?

Notes:
Was rated as the #1 overall recruit in the country coming out of high school by Rivals...Older brother, Domonique, played running back and quarterback at North Carolina and finished his career at North Carolina A&T...Missed five games with a broken arm in 2005...Had his coming out party as a senior against Illinois when he scored as a receiver, runner and return man...Never had consistent play from the quarterback position (i.e. Anthony Morelli) and was forced to compete with Deon Butler and Jordan Norwood for catches in Happy Valley...Played quarterback in high school and could offer value in a "Wildcat" set...Elite talent and all-around threat with the potential to be a dynamic playmaker...Profiles as a slot receiver in the NFL...Might be the type who ends up being better in the pros than he was in college

BowlenBall
03-09-2009, 08:18 PM
With the last pick (64th overall) in the second round of the 2009 OM Mock draft, the Pittsburgh Steelers select:

Jarius Byrd, CB, Oregon

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Overview
The son of former San Diego Chargers cornerback Gill Byrd, Pac-10 opponents won't shed a tear that Jairus Byrd left early for the NFL. An all-conference choice after each of his three seasons at Oregon, Jairus Byrd finished only one interception short of the school record. Five of his career 17 interceptions came in 2008, helping Byrd to earn first-team All-Pac-10 accolades two seasons after earning the conference co-Freshman of the Year honors (along with USC safety Taylor Mays and UCLA cornerback Alterraun Verner). A natural playmaker whose versatility as a punt returner could mean an immediate impact at the next level, Byrd is only a workout away from emerging as a legitimate first-day -- perhaps first-round -- prospect.

High School
Coached in high school by Mike Musick ... To merely hint that the Missouri 4A offensive player of the year played a large role in leading the Greyhounds to the 2004 state championship would be a gross understatement. He willed the school to a 13-1 ledger as a quarterback, safety, wide receiver and on special teams to aid the march to the Suburban East Conference title ... Ranked fourth in the state in scoring (158 points), rushed for 1,480 yards (seventh in the state) while averaging 8.76 yards per carry with 26 touchdowns his senior season ... In addition, he passed for another 1,038 yards (65-128) and 13 scores ... Also was afforded first-team all-state accolades on defense as his team's second-leading tackler posted 71 stops (60 unassisted) along with seven interceptions (fifth in the state), three quarterback sacks and two fumble recoveries ... Completed the package with six catches for 125 yards (20.8-yard average), 10 kickoff returns (30.1-yard average) and 15 returned punts (13.3-yard average) in addition to punting the football 18 times for a 37.6-yard clip.

Analysis
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 Gill Byrd was a two-time Pro Bowl cornerback with San Diego and recently served as Chicago Bears DBs 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:
6:20 a.m. UTC +4 (Abu Dhabi)
10:20 p.m. North American Eastern Time Zone
9:20 p.m. North American Central Time Zone
8:20 p.m. Mountain Time Zone
7:20 p.m. Pacific Time Zone
6:20 p.m. Alaska Standard Time

The New York Giants (and OSKIE!) are now on the clock.

Broncoman13
03-09-2009, 10:21 PM
The Giants select:

Fili Moala

Height: 6-4 | Weight: 305 | 40-Time: 5.10

Official Bio
Strengths:
Excellent athleticism...Very quick and agile...Good speed...Adequate size with long arms...Has a big frame with room to grow...Active and does a nice job in pursuit...Good range and mobility...Can penetrate and slice into the backfield...Productive pass rusher...Decent instincts and awareness...Versatile...Good bloodlines...Great program pedigree.

Weaknesses:
Inconsistent and disappears for stretches...Plays too tall at times and doesn't always use good leverage...Has some trouble getting off blocks...Does not use his hands well...Needs to get stronger...Is not overly stout at the point...Some minor durability and character issues.

Notes:
Cousin is Baltimore Raven Haloti Ngata...Originally signed with the Trojans in 2003 but did not qualify for admission so he attended Cypress (CA) Junior College as a part-time student but didn't play football there...A three-year starter who redshirted in 2004 due to hand and shoulder injuries...Was arrested in March of 2008 for resisting and obstructing an officer during a bar fight...Follows in the footsteps of Darrell Russell, Mike Patterson, Shaun Cody, LaJuan Ramsey and Sedrick Ellis...Real good player with some intriguing tools but has been overhyped... Could be a perfect fit for a Tampa 2 scheme.

eddie mac
03-10-2009, 04:22 AM
With the 66th pick in the 2009 OM I GM Mock Draft the New England Patriots select:

Juaquin Iglesias WR Oklahoma

Overview
Iglesias didn't get as much publicity as Heisman Trophy winning quarterback Sam Bradford, tight end Jermaine Gresham or even former Sooner wide receiver Malcolm Kelly, but all he did was lead Oklahoma in receptions (68 in 2007, 74 in 2008) and receiving yards (907, 1,150) the past two seasons.

He also scored 10 times as a senior en route to second-team All-Big 12 honors, which was a difficult task given the conference's prolific offenses. More solid than flashy, Iglesias' size, speed and ability to gain yards after the catch make him a natural for the West Coast Offense. His experience as a kick returner (876 yards in '07, 475 in '08) also adds value.

Analysis
Positives: Good initial quickness off the snap to get into his route. Experienced route-runner who can generate separation from defenders due to his agility. Reliable hands. Can pluck the ball outside of his frame and quickly secures it. Tracks the ball well over either shoulder. Experienced as a punt and kick returner. Good vision and a naturally elusive runner with the ball in his hands. Not afraid to go over the middle. Will fight for extra yardage. Classic build, quickness and hands for the West Coast Offense. Better quickness than pure straight-line speed, but is elusive and has the burst to separate.

Negatives: Questionable straight-line speed. Relies on his quickness and agility to create separation and may never become a classic deep threat. Has never operated as the go-to target while at Oklahoma, and has to prove he can handle the pressure of lining up opposite the opponent's best corner. Viewed by some as only a complementary receiver whose best NFL position might be as a slot receiver.

Selection made at 3-20am MST The Scum from KC and the Dave are OTC

Draft Selections
1-31 Connor Barwin OLB/TE Cincinnati
2-58 Jarron Gilbert DE San Jose State
3-66 Juaquin Iglesias WR Oklahoma
3-89
3-Comp for Asante Samuel TBC
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4-128
5-130
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7-217

TheDave
03-10-2009, 10:08 AM
With their first pick in the third round the Kansas city Cheifs select:

Jasper Brinkley Linebacker South Carolina

6'2" 252Lbs

http://pbrown16.files.wordpress.com/2008/08/sc-brinkley.jpg



Analysis

Positives: Prototype size and strength for the inside linebacker position. ... Immediate impact defender for South Carolina after transferring from Georgia Military College, and improved gradually. ... Shows some burst as pass rusher on the blitz. ... Good short-area quickness to elude blockers. ... Reliable open-field tackler and can be a punisher inside. ... Intimidating presence whose size and power project nicely as a 3-4 inside linebacker.


Negatives: Relies on his physical attributes and is still developing his instincts and technique. ... Too often looks to slip blocks instead of using his size advantage. ... Struggles with his hand placement and is slow to disengage. ... Can be fooled by misdirection and lacks the explosiveness to recover. ... Lacks the instincts and foot speed to be a factor in coverage. ... Missed all but four games of the 2007 season after tearing his ACL. ... Underwent surgery September 2007 and wasn't the same player in 2008, when his athleticism was nowhere close to what it was pre-injury

Overview
Few junior college transfers had a greater immediate impact than the one Brinkley had for South Carolina in 2006. He stepped in for the Gamecocks and posted 107 tackles -- more than twice the total of any teammate -- and earned first-team All-SEC accolades. Brinkley was lost for the 2007 season after only four games due to a torn ACL in his right knee. He returned in 2008, but hadn't yet regained his fluidity and straight-line speed and finished with 54 tackles. Blessed with rare size and power when healthy, Brinkley ranks as one of the more intriguing inside linebackers in recent memory. Teams needing an inside thumper, especially those operating out of a 3-4 scheme, will be sure to do their homework on Brinkley's recovery.

Junior College
Attended Georgia Military College in Milledgeville, Ga., where he was coached by Bert Williams ... Was a preseason first-team All-America linebacker who earned second-team post-season All-America accolades ... Recognized as the team's MVP both as a freshman and sophomore ... Came from the same program that produced South Carolina teammate Brandon Isaac.

High School
Graduated from Thomson (Ga.) High School, where he was coached by Luther Welch ... Was a first-team all-area and all-state selection.

Pick was made @10:08 MST

socalorado
03-10-2009, 11:15 AM
With the 68th pick the seattle seahawks select

http://readingeagle.com/REnetImages/2008/11/07/3580312/500x500_3581161.jpg
SHONN GREENE RB IOWA


pick made at 11:15 MTN time BFDD and the Cowgirls are on the clock

BFDD
03-10-2009, 06:34 PM
with the 69th pick the Girls select Darry Beckwith ILB, LSU

http://images.athlonsports.com/d/9910-1/DarryBeckwith.jpg

Pros: Nice combination of size and athleticism for the position. Versatile player who can play outside as well. Sideline to sideline linebacker who can fly to the ball. Productive linebacker with a lot of experience. Exhibits great leadership skills and is a very hard worker.

Cons: Has a bit of an injury history and his overall durability is a concern. Good size, but may need to add some weight to hold up to the wear and tear of the NFL. Ball skills need work. A little short for mlb measuring in at just a hair over 6 feet.

Pick was made at 6:30pm mst, the Bengals are now on the clock

Killericon
03-10-2009, 07:37 PM
With the 70th overall pick in the 2009 NFL Draft, the Cincinnati Bengals proudly select Eric Wood, Centre from Louisville.

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

The Oakland Raiders are on the clock.

rugbythug
03-11-2009, 08:17 AM
Ramses Barden | WR

Scouts Inc. Grade: 70
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Arkie
03-11-2009, 10:27 AM
Jacksonville Jaguars select...

Mike Mickens CB Cincinnati
6'0", 184

http://static.nfl.com/static/content/catch_all/nfl_image/combine/headshots/79609.jpg

Overview
A dominant performer since stepping onto the field for the Bearcats, Mickens earned second-team All-Big East accolades his first two seasons and first-team honors in 2007 (six interceptions) and '08 (70 tackles, four interceptions, nine pass breakups). Mickens plays with the legitimate speed and burst to the ball to force opposing quarterbacks to think twice before challenging his side of the field. There are concerns, however, about his pure speed. A medical check is required after he had arthroscopic surgery on his left knee in November, although he did play pretty well at less than full strength in the Orange Bowl.

Positives: Legitimate cover corner. ... Possesses the quick feet and smooth hip turn to change direction and blanket his assignment. ... Often forces the quarterback to go to his second option. ... Reads the action quickly and gets an excellent break on the ball. ... Cognizant defender. ... Experienced in man and zone coverage with the combination of athleticism and instincts to play in either scheme at the next level. ... Has a second gear to close and uses his long arms well to deflect passes. ... Physical enough to make a big hit after his man makes the catch. ... Improved hands for the interception in 2007 and has 14 picks and 44 pass breakups over his career. ... Natural with the ball in his hands, returning two of his six interceptions for touchdowns last season. ... Quick to come up in run support, even when pressing in man coverage, and flashes physicality that belies his frame. ... Coachable. ... Very confident in his ability. ... Plays with attitude, will not back down from any receiver. ... Leads by example on the field.

Negatives: Feasts on hastily thrown passes in zone coverage behind a dominant pass rush. ... Must improve his ability to beat running back blocks when on the blitz. ... A bit tall and stiff in his backpedal, which can make it hard for him to recover when the receiver runs a quick out. ... While physical, Mickens has a tendency to lead with his shoulder when making a big hit, instead of wrapping up securely.

DBroncos4life
03-11-2009, 06:38 PM
packers select Andy Levitre OG Oregon St.

ColoradoBuff
03-12-2009, 08:20 AM
With the 74th pick the SF 49ers select:

Rhett Bomar, QB, Sam Houston State

Height: 6-2<SUP>1/4</SUP> | Weight: 225 | 40-Time: 4.82

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Good bulk with a solid build...Has a very strong arm...Great mechanics and throws a nice ball...Good athleticism and mobility...Can throw on the run...Good touch and timing...Tosses a nice deep ball...Cool under pressure...Tough and super competitive...Supremely confident...Solid on-field leader...Productive...Is still improving and has a lot of upside.

Weaknesses:
Height is just average...Does not have a lot of experience against top competition...Needs to work on his accuracy...Will take chances and throw some interceptions...Has a little too much faith in his arm at times...Can come off as cocky...Durability may be an issue...Has run into some trouble off the field so character and judgment is a concern.

Notes:
Was the #1 quarterback recruit in the country coming out of high school...Signed with Oklahoma and redshirted in 2004...Took over the starting job as a redshirt freshman and had a very promising first season, setting the Sooners record for passing yards by a freshman and being named the MVP of the Holiday Bowl...Twice cited for being a minor in possession of alcohol ('05 & '06) and was sentenced to six months of probation...Was dismissed from the football team just prior to the 2006 season after an investigation uncovered that he broke NCAA rules by accepting payment for what was essentially a no-show job at a local car dealership...Sat out the entire 2006 season after transferring to Sam Houston St...Tore the ACL in his left knee in November of 2007...Became the all-time passing leader in Sam Houston history and threw for more than 300 yards nine times during his Bearkat career...Has the physical tools to be a starting quarterback in the NFL but intangibles are still a question mark...You can't help but wonder what kind of college career he might have had and how highly rated of pro prospect he would be today had things not gone sour at Oklahoma ... Definitely a big-time talent despite his small school roots.

pick made @ 8:19 AM Mtn time. Redskins - Broncoman4ever is now on the clock.

BroncoMan4ever
03-12-2009, 01:33 PM
with the 75th pick in the draft the Washington Redskins select Rashard Jennings
http://www.libertyflames.com/media/1912/football/football-action-homecoming2006-photo17.jpg
Rashad Jennings, RB, Liberty

Jennings originally committed to play for Pitt but did not qualify. He played the 2005 season for the Panthers, rushing for 411 yards on 86 carriers (4.8 average) and one touchdown. In 2006 he transferred to Liberty University where he started nine of eleven games, recording 1,020 rushing yards on 179 carriers (5.7) with 10 TD. He also caught six passes for 56 yards. Jennings was voted to the Big South Conference First Team. He then followed his breakthrough campaign of 2006 with a similar impressive 2007 season. Although he only played in nine games gaining 1,113 yards on 191 carriers (5.8) with 15 TD. He also caught 13 passes for 276 yards and two TD, earning the Conference's Player of the Year Award.
Jennings is a big and strong back. Is deceptively fast (4.60) for his size. A true downhill runner, Jennings does not "dance" around the pile. Great leg drive. Very tough to bring down inside. A workhorse-type of back. Very productive back. Does not turn the corner. Will get caught from behind. This would be the Matt Forte of next year's draft. A workhorse back who would carry the load on the next level. In a weak running back class, Jennings (with a good post season) could sneak into the second round.

JCMElway
03-12-2009, 02:34 PM
Round 1

1 1-1 Lions - Brncs_Fan -- Eugene Monroe, T, Virginia
2 1-2 Rams - Rohirrim -- Michael Crabtree, WR, Texas Tech
3 1-3 Chiefs - theDave -- Matthew Stafford, QB, Georgia
4 1-4 Broncos - Drek -- Aaron Curry, LB, Wake Forest
5 1-5 Raiders -- Rugbythug -- Jason Smith, OT, Baylor
6 1-6 Bengals - Killericon -- B.J. Raji, DT, Boston College
7 1-7 Browns -- Southstnd Junkie -- Brian Orakpo, DE, Texas
8 1-8 Jaguars - Arkie -- Andre Smith, OT, Alabama
9 1-9 Packers – Dbroncos4life -- Everette Brown, DE, Florida State
10 1-10 49ers - Hawk's Boys --Malcolm Jenkins, FS, Ohio State
11 1-11 Chargers - Carmello15 -- Michael Oher, OT, Ole Miss
12 1-12 Seahawks - Socolorado -- Jeremy Maclin, WR, Missouri
13 1-13 Redskins - Broncoman4ever -- Darius Heyward-Bey, WR, Maryland
14 1-14 Saints - Ludo -- Brian Cushing, LB, USC
15 1-15 Texans - Chaz -- Tyson Jackson, DE, LSU
16 1-16 Bills - Magichef -- Alex Mack, C, Cal
17 1-17 Jets - Nickademus -- Percy Harvin, WR, Florida
18 1-18 Bears - Sodak -- Mark Sanchez, QB, USC
19 1-19 Buccaneers - Snarfalicious -- Knowshon Moreno, RB, Georgia
20 1-20 Lions (From Cowboys) - Brncs_Fan -- Alphonso Smith, CB, Wake Forest
21 1-21 Eagles - AZBroncfan -- Chris Wells, RB, OSU
22 1-22 Vikings - Gyldenlove -- Eben Britton, OT, Arizona
23 1-23 Cardinals - TheReverend Rey Maualuga, LB, USC
24 1-24 Falcons - JCMElway -- Piera Jerry, DT, Ole Miss
25 1-25 Dolphins - NFLBRONCO -- Hakeem Nicks, WR, UNC
26 1-26 Ravens - Northman -- Kenny Britt, WR, Rutgers
27 1-27 Colts - Mediator -- Clay Matthews, LB, USC
28 1-28 Eagles (from Panthers) - AZBroncfan - Vontae Davis, CB, Illinois
29 1-29 Lions -- brncs fan-- James Lauriniatis, LB, OSU
30 1-30 Titans - Florida Bronco -- Evander Hood, DT, Mizzou
31 1-31 Patriots - Eddie Mac -- Connor Barwin, OLB, Cincinnati
32 1-32 Steelers - Expatfan -- Aaron Myabin, DE, Penn State

Round 2

33 2-1 Giants - OSKIE!!! - Brandon Pettigrew, TE, Tennessee
34 2-2 Chiefs -- theDave - Max Unger, C, Oregon
35 2-3 Rams -- Rohirrim - Patrick Chung, S, Oregon
36 2-4 Browns -- Southstnd Junkie - LeSean McCoy, RB, Pitt
37 2-5 Seahawks -- Socolorado - Sean Smith, DB, Utah
38 2-6 Bengals -- killericon - William Beatty, OT, Connecticut
39 2-7 Jaguars -- Arkie -- Josh Freeman, QB, Kansas State
40 2-8 Raiders -- Rugbythug - Michael Johnson, DE, Georgia Tech
41 2-9 Packers -- DBroncos4life - Jared Cook, TE, South Carolina
42 2-10 Vikings -- Gyldenlove - Brian Robiske, WR, Ohio State
43 2-11 49ers -- Hawk's Boys - Phil Loadholt, OT, Oklahoma
44 2-12 Dolphins (Redskins) -- NFLBRONCO - Larry English, DE, Northern Illinois
45 2-13 Giants (Saints) -- OSKIE! - William Moore, S, Mizzou
46 2-14 Texans - Chaz - Donald Brown, RB, Connecticut
47 2-15 Rams (Chargers, Pats) - Rohirrim - Jamon Meredith, OT, S Carolina
48 2-16 Seahawks - Socolorado - Ron Brace, DT, Boston College
49 2-17 Bears - Sodak - Robert Ayers, DE, Tennessee
50 2-18 Buccaneers - Snarfalicious - Darius Butler, CB, UConn
51 2-19 Cowboys - BFDD -- Rashad Johnson, S, Alabama
52 2-20 Jets - Nickademus -- Clint Sintim, LB, Virgina
53 2-21 Eagles - AzBroncFan -- Louis Delmas, FS, Western Michigan
54 2-22 Bills - Magichef - Duke Robinson, G, Oklahoma
55 2-23 Falcons - JCMElway - Marcus Freeman, LB, Ohio State
56 2-24 Dolphins - NFLBRONCO -- Pat White, QB/WR, West Virginia
57 2-25 Ravens - Northman - Shawn Nelson, TE, So. Miss
58 2-26 Patriots - Eddie Mac - Jarron Gilbert, DE, San Jose State
59 2-27 Panthers - Kaylore - Paul Kruger, DE, Utah
60 2-28 Giants - OSKIE! - Derrick Williams, WE, Penn State
61 2-29 Colts - Mediator -- James Casey, WR/TE, Rice
62 2-30 Titans - Florida Bronco -- D.J Moore, CB, Vanderbilt
63 2-31 Cardinals - TheReverend -- Senderick Marks, DT, Auburn
64 2-32 Steelers - Expatfan -- Jarius Byrd, CB, Oregon

Round 3

65 3-1 Giants - OSKIE! - Fili Moala, DT, USC
66 3-2 Patriots - Eddie Mac -- Juaquin Iglesias, WR, Oklahoma
67 3-3 Chiefs - The Dave - Jasper Brinkley, LB, South Carolina
68 3-4 Seahawks - Socalorado - Shonn Greene, RB, Iowa
69 3-5 Cowboys (Browns) BFDD - Darry Beckwith, LB LSU
70 3-6 Bengals - Killericon - Eric Wood, C Louisville
71 3-7 Raiders - Rugbythug - Ramses Barden, WR, Cal Poly
72 3-8 Jaguars - Arkie - Mike Mickens, CB, Cincinnati
73 3-9 Packers - DBroncos4life - Andy Levitre, G, Oregon State
74 3-10 49ers - Hawk's Boys - Rhett Bomar, QB, Sam Houston State
75 3-11 Redskins - Broncoman4ever - Rashad Jennings, RB, Liberty
76 3-12 Jets (Saints) - Nickademus - Kraig Ubrik, OL, Wisconsin
77 3-13 Texans - Chaz - David Bruton, FS, Notre Dame
78 3-14 Chargers - Carmello15 - Victor "Macho" Harris, S, Virginia Tech
79 3-15 Broncos - Drek - Lawrence Sidbury, DE/OLB, Richmond
80 3-16 Bills - Magichef - Cornelius Ingram, TE, Florida
81 3-17 Buccaneers - Snarf - Tyrone McKenzie OLB USF.
82 3-18 Lions (Cowboys) - Brncs_Fan - Alex Magee, DT, Purdue
83 3-19 Packers (Jets) - DBroncos4life - Chris Baker DT/NT, Hampton.
84 3-20 Bears - Sodak - Louis Murphy, WR, Florida
85 3-21 Eagles - AZBroncfan - Chase Coffman, TE, Mizzou
86 3-22 Vikings - Gyldenlove - Asher Allen, CB, Georgia
87 3-23 Dolphins - NFLBRONCO - Morgan Trent, CB, Michigan
88 3-24 Ravens - Northman - Jason Phillips, LB, TCU
89 3-25 Patriots - Eddie Mac - Michael Hamlin, SS, Clemson
90 3-26 Falcons - JCMElway - Chip Vaughn, SS, Wake Forest
91 3-27 Lions - Brncs Fan - Trevor Canfield, OG, Cincinnati
92 3-28 Colts - Mediator - Dorrell Scott, DT, Clemson
93 3-29 Panthers - Kaylore - Nate Davis, QB, Ball State
94 3-30 Titans - Florida Bronco - Antoine Caldwell, C, Alabama
95 3-31 Cardinals - TheReverend - Jonathan Luigs, C, Arkansas
96 3-32 Steelers - Expatfan - Coye Francies, CB, San Jose State
Comp 3A - Patriots - Eddie Mac - Andre Brown, RB, North Carolina St
Comp 3B - Steelers - Expatfan - Gerald Cadogan, OT, Penn State
Comp 3C - Bengals - Killericon -May select at any time
Comp 3D - Cardinals - TheReverend -

Round 4

97 4-1 Cowboys (Lions) - BFDD
98 4-2 Chiefs - TheDave
99 4-3 Patriots - Eddie Mac
100 4-4 Browns - Southstnd -
101 4-5 Seahawks - Socalorado
102 4-6 Bengals - Killericon
103 4-7 Jaguars - Arkie
104 4-8 Browns - Southstnd -
105 4-9 Packers - DBroncos4life
106 4-10 Bills - Magichef -
107 4-11 49ers - Hawk's Boys
108 4-12 Texans - Chaz
109 4-13 Bills - Magichef -
110 4-14 Broncos - Drek
111 4-15 Jets (Redskins) - Nikademus
112 4-16 Saints - ludp -
113 4-17 Cowboys - BFDD -
114 4-18 Jets - Nickademus
115 4-19 Bears - Sodak
116 4-20 Buccaneers - Snarf -
117 4-21 Eagles - AZBroncfan
118 4-22 Bills - Magichef -
119 4-23 Ravens - Northman -
120 4-24 Patriots - Eddie Mac -
121 4-25 Falcons - JCMElway
122 4-26 Dolphins - NFLBRONCO -
124 4-27 Colts - Mediator -
125 4-28 Panthers - Kaylore
126 4-29 Giants - Oskie -
127 4-30 Titans - Florida Bronco
128 4-31 Patriots - Eddie Mac -
129 4-32 Steelers - Expatfan -
Comp 4A - Bears - Sodak
Comp 4B - Giants - Oskie
Comp 4C - Chargers - Carmello15 -
Comp 4D - Chargers - Carmello15 -
Comp 4D - Titans - Florida Bronco -
Comp 4E - Colts - Mediator -

Round 5
129 5-1 Lions
130 5-2 Patriots - Eddie Mac
131 5-3 Chiefs
132 5-4 Broncos (Seahawks)
133 5-5 Eagles (Browns)
134 5-6 Bengals
135 5-7 Falcons (Raiders)
136 5-8 Jaguars
137 5-9 Packers
138 5-10 49ers
139 5-11 Bills
140 5-12 Bills - Magichef -
141 5-13 Broncos - Drek
142 5-14 Redskins
143 5-15 Giants (Saints)
144 5-16 Texans - Chaz
145 5-17 Jets
146 5-18 Bears
147 5-19 Buccaneers - Snarf -
148 5-20 Cowboys
149 5-21 Eagles
150 5-22 Bills
151 5-23 Patriots - Eddie Mac
152 5-24 Falcons - JCMElway
153 5-25 Dolphins
154 5-26 Ravens
155 5-27 Colts
156 5-28 Panthers - Kaylore
157 5-29 Giants
158 5-30 Cowboys (Titans)
159 5-31 Cardinals
160 5-32 Steelers
Comp5A - 49ers - Hawk's Boys -
Comp 5B - Patriots - Eddie Mac -
Comp 5C - Cowboys - BFDD-
Comp 5D - Titans - Florida Bronco -

Round 6

161 6-1 Lions
162 6-2 Chiefs
163 6-3 Patriots - Eddie Mac
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 - Drek -
173 6-13 Bills
174 6-14 Packers (Saints)
175 6-15 Texans
176 6-16 Bills - Magichef -
177 6-17 Jets
178 6-18 Bears
179 6-19 Bears (Buccaneers)
180 6-20 Lions
181 6-21 Eagles
182 6-22 Eagles (Vikings)
183 6-23 Falcons - JCMElway
184 6-24 Cowboys (Dolphins)
185 6-25 Ravens
186 6-26 Patriots
187 6-27 Panthers - Kaylore
188 6-28 Giants
189 6-29 Colts
190 6-30 Titans - Florida Bronco
191 6-31 Cardinals
192 6-32 Steelers
Comp 6A - Titans - Florida Bronco -
Comp 6B - Patriots - Eddie Mac
Comp 6C - Cowboys - BFDD
Comp 6D - Bengals - Killericon
Comp 6E - 49ers - Hawk's Boys

Round 7

193 7-1 Cowboys (Lions)
194 7-2 Patriots - Eddie Mac
195 7-3 Buccaneers (Chiefs)
196 7-4 Seahawks
197 7-5 Browns
198 7-6 Bengals
199 7-7 Raiders
200 7-8 Buccaneers (Jaguars) - Snarf -
201 7-9 Packers
202 7-10 49ers
203 7-11 Bills
204 7-12 Vikings (Redskins)
205 7-13 Saints
206 7-14 Texans
207 7-15 Bills - Magichef -
208 7-16 Broncos - Drek -
209 7-17 Bears
210 7-18 Steelers (Buccaneers)
211 7-19 Cowboys
212 7-20 Jets
213 7-21 Eagles
214 7-22 Vikings
215 7-23 Dolphins
216 7-24 Ravens - JCMElway
217 7-25 Patriots
218 7-26 Broncos (Falcons)
219 7-27 Giants
220 7-28 Colts
221 7-29 Panthers - Kaylore
222 7-30 Titans - Florida Bronco
223 7-31 Cardinals
224 7-32 Steelers
Com 7A - Tennessee - Florida Bronco -
Comp 7B - Washington -
Comp 7C - Seattle
Comp 7D - Seattle
Comp 7E - Chicago
Comp 7F - Seattle
Comp 7G - Chicago
Comp 7H - Seattle
Comp 7I - Jacksonville
Comp 7J - Detroit
Comp 7K - Detroit
Comp 7L - Kansas City
Comp 7M - St. Louis

Alpha list


Allen, Asher
Ayers, Robert
Baker, Chris
Barden, Ramses
Barwin, Connor
Beatty, William
Beckwith, Darry
Bomar, Rhett
Brace, Ron
Brinkley, Jasper
Britt, Kenny
Britton, Eben
Brown, Andre
Brown, Donald
Brown, Everette
Bruton, David
Butler, Darius
Bydr, Jarius
Cadogan, Gerald
Caldwell, Antoine
Canfield, Trevor
Casey, James
Chung, Patrick
Coffman, Chase
Cook, Jared
Crabtree, Michael
Curry, Aaron
Cushing, Brian
Davis, Nate
Davis, Vontae
Delmas, Louis
English, Larry
Francies, Coye
Freeman, Josh
Freeman, Marcus
Gilbert, Jarron
Greeene, Shonn
Hamlin, Michael
Harris, Victor
Harvin, Percy
Heyward-Bey, Darius
Hood, Evander
Iglesias, Juaquin
Ingram, Cornelius
Jackson, Tyson
Jenkins, Malcolm
Jennings, Rashad
Jerry, Piera
Johnson, Michael
Johnson, Rashad
Kruger, Paul
Laurinaitis, James
Levitre, Andy
Loadholt, Phil
Lugis, Johnathan
McCoy, LeSean
Mack, Alex
Maclin, Jeremy
Matthews, Clay
Maualuga, Rey
Maybin, Aaron
Mays, Sendrick
McKenzie, Tyrone
Meredith, Jamon
Mickens, Mike
Moala, Fili
Monroe, Eugene
Moodre, DJ
Moore, William
Moreno, Knowshon
Murphy, Louis
Nelson, Shawn
Nicks, Hakeem
Oher, Michael
Orakpo, Brian
Pettigrew, Brandon
Phillips, Jason
Raji, BJ
Robinson, Duke
Robiske, Brian
Sanchez, Mark
Scott, Dorrell
Sidbury, Lawrence
Smith, Alphonso
Smith, Andre
Smith, Jason
Smith, Sean
Trent, Morgan
Wells, Chris
Sintim, Clint
Stafford, Matthew
Ubrik, Kraig
Unger, Max
Vaughn, Chip
White, Pat
Williams, Derrick
Wood, Eric

nickademus
03-12-2009, 08:47 PM
New York Jets




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</TD><TD vAlign=top align=left>Kraig Urbik, OL (http://www.nfl.com/combine/players?filterType=positionGroup&filterCond=OL)


Height:
6'5"
Weight:
328
College:
Wisconsin (http://www.nfl.com/combine/players?filterType=college&filterCond=Wisconsin)
Conference:
Big 10 (http://www.nfl.com/combine/players?filterType=conference&filterCond=Big 10)
Hometown:
Hudson, WI
High School:
Hudson HS</TD></TR></TBODY></TABLE>


Overview
Wisconsin offensive linemen have earned their reputation among NFL teams as tough, smart football players. The huge, agile Urbik is just another example. The two-time second-team All-Big Ten honoree has started at right guard and tackle during his career. That versatility is not lost on scouts. In a strong class of interior linemen, Urbik is among those fighting to crack the first three rounds. Had an arm span of 33 3/4 inches and a hand span of 10 1/4 inches at the combine.

High School
PrepStar All-American and one of the top 55 players in the Midwest according to SuperPrep as a senior ... tabbed as No. 3 player in Wisconsin by Rivals.com ... first-team all-state (Milwaukee Journal Sentinel) ... team captain, MVP and first-team all-conference selection ... started every game as a junior and senior ... lettered in football, basketball and track ... placed fifth in shot put at Division 1 state meet as a senior ... same high school as Badger teammate Eric Vanden Heuvel ... coach was Craig Jilek.

pick was made at 8:52 MST

chaz
03-12-2009, 09:48 PM
The Texans select:

David Bruton S Notre Dame

http://media.scout.com/Media/Image/56/566063.jpg

Strengths:
Superb natural athlete...Good size and bulk...Very physical...Active and aggressive with a non-stop motor...Great tackler...Does a fantastic job supporting the run...Plays fast and has a burst to close...Good range...Outstanding leaper...Great footwork...Will deliver the big hit...Nice instincts...Will create big plays...Very productive...A phenomenal special teamer...Smart... Mature ...Hard worker... Leader.

Weaknesses:
Timed speed is just average...Does not have very good hands and drops too many interceptions...Has a thin lower body and needs to get stronger...Is not very fluid and doesn't flip his hips well...Will struggle to match up in coverage...Can be too eager at times and will get fooled.

Notes:
Two-year starter who took over for Chinedum Ndukwe...Team captain as a senior...Has a young son named Jaden...Possesses the tools to be a force against the run as well as in coverage and could develop into a starter at the next level...Has Pro Bowl potential as a gunner on special teams...A better pro prospect than Tom Zbikowski, who was a third round pick of the Baltimore Ravens in the 2008 Draft.

(Draftcountdown.com)


pick made at 10:50 pm CST

JCMElway
03-12-2009, 11:24 PM
Via PM, the San Diego Chargers select:

Victor "Macho" Harris, S, Virgina Tech

Drek is on the clock at 12:26 AM

Drek
03-13-2009, 05:24 AM
With the 79th pick of the 2009 NFL Draft the Denver Broncos select....

Lawrence Sidbury Jr., DE/OLB, Richmond

http://www.ams.org/mathmedia/images/md-200812-sidbury.jpg

Combine Numbers
Height: 6'2"
Weight: 266 lbs.
40 dash: 4.57
20 dash: 2.68
10 dash: 1.53
bench: 28
vertical: 35"
broad jump: 10'0"
20 shuttle: 4.43
3 cone: 7.45

35.6" arm length, 10.75" hands, good for 4th among all DEs at the combine as well.

Big, fast, and strong, he's a physical specimen that played at a smaller school but showed flashes of brilliance and good techniques there and was solid at the senior bowl. Still has some developing to do, but he's a perfect project for Nolan to build into an elite pass rushing WOLB.

With Curry and Sidbury the Bronco's pass rush is taking a huge step forward.

brncs_fan
03-14-2009, 05:29 PM
With the 82nd pick in the draft the Lions select:

Alex Magee, DT, Purdue

Analysis

Positives: Stout build with room for at least an additional 5-10 pounds of mass. ... Versatile defender with experience at defensive tackle and defensive end. ... Can create problems up front with good initial quickness off the snap. ... Quick, active hands to slap away the blockers' attempts to latch on to him. ... Good strength to disengage. ... Good overall strength for holding up at the point of attack. ... Can push the pocket as a bull-rusher. ... Effective short-area tackler who flashes some burst. ... Helped himself with a standout week of practice for the Senior Bowl, demonstrating better redirection and hand technique in pass-rush drills than scouts anticipated.

Negatives: Inconsistent. Flashes, but rarely puts together a string of standout plays. ... Viewed as a bit of a "tweener" by some. ... Flashes initial quickness off the snap but lacks the speed and flexibility to get around the edge teams prefer for weak-side defensive ends. ... Can come off the snap too high and lose leverage in the running game. ... Isn't stout enough to handle the double-team inside. ... Doesn't make enough plays behind the line of scrimmage due to inconsistent lateral quickness. ... Needs an open lane to make plays. ... May struggle to locate the ball.

Pick was made at 6:29pm CST

MagicHef
03-14-2009, 07:11 PM
With the 80th pick in the draft, the Buffalo Bills select:

Cornelius Ingram, TE, Florida

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Pick was made at 7:10 pm MST

DBroncos4life
03-14-2009, 08:06 PM
Chris Baker DT/NT out of Hampton.

Snarfalicious
03-14-2009, 08:45 PM
With the 81st pick, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers select Tyrone McKenzie OLB USF.

SoDak Bronco
03-14-2009, 10:10 PM
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Louis Murphy


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</TD><TD vAlign=top>Strengths:
Very good size and bulk with long arms...Terrific athlete...Excellent speed...Explosive with a burst...A vertical threat who gets a lot of separation...Quick off the line...Good hands and can make the difficult catch...Great ball skills...Nice leaping ability...Tough and isn't afraid to work in traffic...Some special teams potential...Still has a lot of upside.

Weaknesses:
Wasn't overly productive...Has plenty of room to improve as a route runner...Isn't real elusive and doesn't do much after the catch...Does not change directions well...Football IQ has been questioned...Average blocker...Never a featured target in college...Is coming out of a spread offense system...Maturity / Work Ethic were issues early in his career.

Notes:
Was also a member of the Gators track and field team...A two-year starter...Father is a pastor...Mother passed away in February of 2007 following a battle with cancer...Was arrested on a misdemeanor marijuana possession charge in 2006...Played second fiddle to Andre Caldwell and Percy Harvin throughout his college career...Caught at least one pass in every game the past two seasons...Was a frequent resident of Urban Meyer's doghouse as a freshman and sophomore but really turned things around the past couple of years...The type who might be a better athlete than football player...Has all the physical tools you look for and is basically just beginning to fulfill his immense potential...A bit of a project and will need to be developed but when it comes to measuables this guy is just about as impressive as they come.


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azbroncfan
03-14-2009, 10:33 PM
In the 3rd round the Philadelphia Eagles take the possible replacement for LJ Smith

Chase Coffman, Missouri

Height: 6-6. Weight: 244.
Projected 40 Time: 4.78.
Combine 40 Time: DNP.
Benchx225: . Vertical: .
Projected Round (2009): 2-3.
1/5/09: Chase Coffman really made a case for himself of being a first-round pick. He finished the year with 90 receptions, 987 yards and 10 touchdowns. He had four games with at least 10 catches.

10/26/08: Chase Coffman has really increased his draft stock with a superb senior campaign. Through eight games, he has 63 catches, 744 yards and five touchdowns.

5/23/08: Chase Coffman had 52 receptions, 531 yards and seven thouchdowns last year. Coffman managed only five catches the final four weeks of the season, but that's because he was hampered by an ankle injury.

2007: While there is some room for growth, Chase Coffman out-performed teammate Martin Rucker on the football field, catching 58 passes for 638 yards and 9 touchdowns.

Pick made at 9:35 PST sent PM to vikings

gyldenlove
03-15-2009, 09:10 AM
With the 86th pick, the Minnesota Vikings select Cornerback Asher Allen from Georgia.

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Pick made, 11.10 EST.

NFLBRONCO
03-15-2009, 11:27 AM
87th pick Miami selects

Morgan Trent CB Michigan

Pick made 11:38 am mst

Northman
03-15-2009, 01:07 PM
With the 88th pick the Baltimore Ravens select:

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Player: Jason Phillips
School: TCU
Position: LB
Height: 6'1
Weight: 239

Analysis

Has the size to play inside, probably in a 3-4 scheme, and should continue to gain mass and develop in the upper body. ... Avoids blocks from guards in trash to reach the ballcarrier, but is also physical enough to punch linemen and maintain his gap. ... Very tough and won't back down from anyone. ... Aggressive, instinctual player with the straight-line speed to attack plays behind the line of scrimmage. ... Adequate drop and good awareness in coverage, reads the eyes of the quarterback and anticipates receivers' routes well. ... Secure tackler, has the length to wrap up and strength to bring the man down. ... Was a long snapper in high school.

eddie mac
03-15-2009, 04:29 PM
With the 89th pick in the OM I GM Mock Draft the New England Patriots select

Michael Hamlin S Clemson

Overview
Hamlin lacks the physicality of Cowboys safety Ken Hamlin (no relation), but like the former Arkansas star, Michael Hamlin has been a standout throughout his college career. As a redshirt freshman, he earned second-team freshman All-American honors in 2005. Hamlin emerged as one of the most productive safeties in the country as a junior, earning second-team All-ACC accolades after finishing among conference leaders with 97 tackles and four interceptions. Hamlin received first-team honors and ranked among FBS leaders with six interceptions, tying the school record of 19 for his career.

Analysis
Positives: Rangy player with the frame to add an additional 10-15 pounds of mass. ... Quick to come up in run support. ... Willing to take on blocks to get to the action. ... Reliable tackler in the open field who flashes hitting ability. ... Wrap-up tackler who looks to punch or rip the ball out to create a turnover. ... Instinctive in coverage. Reads the quarterback's eyes and gets a good break on the ball due to his feel for the game. ... Natural hands for the interception. ... Competes for the ball and can time his leap to catch it at its highest point. ... Good vision and elusiveness with the ball in his hands. ... Cerebral player who lines up the Clemson defensive backfield and was voted a permanent team captain as a junior.



Negatives: Questionable straight-line speed. ... Much better with his eyes pointed toward the quarterback, as he lacks the deep speed most teams want as the deep safety. ... Reliable open-field tackler, but lacks bulk and explosive hitting ability to be an intimidator over the middle. ... Durability red flags: broke both feet in his career, missing three games in 2006 after breaking one against Boston College and undergoing postseason surgery after the 2007 season with a stress fracture in the other.

My Take: Hamlin can be that in the box safety and fill the void left by Rodney Harrison. Hamlin excels against the run and although he is subject against the pass, Belichick will find a way to play to his strengths.

Selection Made at 4-23 MST JCM and the Falcons are now OTC.

JCMElway
03-15-2009, 04:36 PM
The Atlanta Falcons select:

Chip Vaughn, SS, Wake Forest

Strengths:
Terrific size and bulk...Superb tackler...Real tough and physical...Will deliver the big hit...Very active and aggressive...Good range...Does a fantastic job against the run...Smart and instinctive...Very productive.

Weaknesses:
Just average speed...Doesn't have great hands or ball skills...Gets too high in his backpedal...Hips aren't real fluid...Will struggle to match up with wideouts in man coverage...Isn't very quick...A little inconsistent.

Notes:
First name is "Clarence"...Actually arrived at Wake Forest as a wide receiver...Saw extensive action as a backup early in his career before taking over a starting job in 2007...Led the Demon Deacons in tackles as a junior...A blue-collar prospect who certainly isn't flashy but has adequate physical tools and even better intangibles...An in-the-box run supporter whose best fit at the next level will be as a strong safety.

Vaughn is a physically imposing defender who has a lot of upside. He has great size, speed and athleticism. He positions himself well and delivers jarring hits. He’s always around the ball and looks to create turnovers. He’s aggressive at the line of scrimmage against the run, but even though he’s quick, he struggles in coverage. He has to locate the ball quicker and improve his ball skills.

brncs_fan
03-15-2009, 08:36 PM
With the 91st pick in the draft the Lions select:

Trevoe Canfield, OG, Cincinnati
http://www.nationalchamps.net/2008/sub/pics/small/cincinnati_trevor_canfield.jpg


Height:
6'5"

Weight:
307

Overview

A strong and dependable interior blocker, Canfield has started since the end of his redshirt freshman season, missing only one game in his college career. A three-time second-team All-Big East pick -- as a left guard in 2007 and right guard in '06 and '08. NFL teams using a zone-blocking scheme will especially like his ability to block on the move. He may even make the move to right tackle because of his size and athleticism. Had an arm span of 32 inches and a hand span of 9 1/4 inches at the combine.

Analysis

Positives: Tall and strong, but also nimble for pass protection and in reaching linebackers at the second level. ... Plays mean, willing to destroy targets in space and keep them on the ground until the play is done. ... Gets down quickly to cut linemen, but can also get up and immediately find someone to hit. ... Sets quickly and anchors well in pass protection. Gets the shoulder of his defender to create the correct running lane. ... Hands come up into his man's jersey quickly and he can move the defender as desired. ... More than willing to help out his tackle with an outside pass rusher. ... Is versatile enough to possibly move outside.

Negatives: Not a power drive blocker, lacking the lower-body strength needed to move larger defensive tackles. ... Must improve his punch to knock tackles off their moves. ... Needs to find and lock onto defenders in the open and sustain those blocks more consistently. ... He should dominate safeties and linebackers in space. ... Does not keep his pads low enough in short-yardage situations, losing the leverage battle. ... Fails to recover quickly from overextending. ... Sometimes will get penalized when he plays with too much attitude.

Pick was made at 9:37pm CST

Mediator12
03-15-2009, 09:48 PM
With the 92cd pick in the NFL draft, The Indianapolis Colts select:

Dorrell Scott DT Clemson

Pick was made @11:50 pm Eastern Time.

Kaylore
03-15-2009, 10:55 PM
With the 93rd pick in the 2009 draft, the Carolina Panthers are pleased to select.

Quarterback out of Ball State
Nate Davis

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Overview

Nate Davis is a smart pocket passer that suits the Panthers' system. Davis has great field vision and solid arm. He is a bit on the short side and will need to sit a bit, but after Delhomme further implodes this season, Davis will probably be starter by week eight or nine.

Davis has a penis and doesn't whine like a little b****. This means he's already a better quarterback than Jay Cutler. He doesn't lie about being offended when really wanting a trade. He also doesn't cry when coaches criticize his play. He will take coaching and not go out and get wasted before the Raiders home game where he'll play like ass and miss the playoffs. Champ Bailey wouldn't tell people how much he hates him, either. He also wouldn't have half his team thinking his a soft p***Y and wanting him out of town. If John Lynch and Champ Bailey approached Davis, he wouldn't blow them off and estrange both from him and therefore create a team divided. His poor attitude wouldn't create a feeling of disdain that all the team could feel. He wouldn't get wasted the night before the pro-bowl either.

The Panthers are very excited about Nate Davis.

Florida_Bronco
03-16-2009, 10:25 AM
With the 94th pick the Titans select Antoine Caldwell, center, Alabama.

Pick made at 12:30PM EST.

TheReverend
03-16-2009, 11:46 AM
Okay, the Arizona Cardinals were torn between two great interior OL prospects that they were thrilled and shocked to have both still on the board at this time.

With that in mind, with the 95th pick the Arizona Cardinals select:

Jonathan Luigs, C, Arkansas

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BowlenBall
03-16-2009, 12:22 PM
With the 96th pick in the OM Mock Draft I, the Pittsburgh Steelers select:

Coye Francies, CB, San Jose State

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Overview
A standout at the East-West Shrine Game and Senior Bowl, Francies' long, lean frame and pure athleticism make him arguably the most underrated cornerback in the draft. An All-American at American River (Calif.) College who intercepted 11 passes in 2005, Francies transferred to OSU and established himself as one of the top young cornerbacks (three starts, one INT, four forced fumbles) and kick returners (22.4-yard average) in the conference. Francies later transferred to San Jose State, where after sitting out a year due to the NCAA imposed transfer rules, he started as a senior and promptly earned second-team All-WAC honors with 69 tackles and three interceptions. Scouts will certainly point out that he has only one full season of D-I experience, but his tools will likely be too much for teams to ignore on draft day.

Junior College
2005 Mid-Empire Conference Defensive Most Valuable Player at American River JC...First-team JC All-American by the California Community College Football Coaches Association ...Member of the 2005 Mid-Empire Conference All-Conference team as a return specialist.

Analysis
Positives: Good frame to add additional mass. ... Good straight-line speed. ... Loose hips to turn and run with receivers. ... Good agility. ... Can plant and drive out of his cuts. ... Good awareness in coverage. ... Rarely out of position. ... Has a closing burst to the ball. ... Long arms and active hands to slap away the pass. ... At least adequate hands for the interception. ... Good vertical jump and times his leaps well. ... Can high-point the ball and catch passes outside of his frame. ... Can track the ball over his shoulder. ... Active in run support. ... Fights around and through blocks and willing to stick his head into the pile. ... Willing to lower his shoulder into the ballcarrier. ... Can break down in space and make the open-field tackle. ... Generally reliable wrap-up technique. ... Good speed and vision as a kick returner. ... Averaged 22.4 yards per return at Oregon State. ... Strong weeks of practice at East-West Shrine Game and Senior Bowl. ... Voted a team co-captain and considered a good locker room presence, despite gun charge that led to suspension from Oregon State.

Negatives: Lighter than scouts would like, especially considering his height. .. Especially thin in the hips and lower legs. ... Very physical in coverage, which could lead to penalties at the next level. ... Only 15 starts at the D-I level over his career.

Pick made at:
10:30 p.m. UTC +4 (Abu Dhabi)
2:30 p.m. North American Eastern Time Zone
1:30 p.m. North American Central Time Zone
12:30 p.m. Mountain Time Zone
11:30 a.m. Pacific Time Zone
10:30 a.m. Alaska Standard Time

The New England Patriots (and Eddie Mac) are now on the clock....

eddie mac
03-16-2009, 04:17 PM
With the 97th pick in the 2009 OM I GM Mock Draft the New England Patriots select

Andre Brown RB North Carolina St


Overview
Brown never produced a 1,000-yard rushing season for the Wolfpck, but he also never had more than 175 carries. He reached that number his senior year, totaling 767 yards and seven touchdowns despite coming off two surgeries on a fractured left foot suffered in 2007. Brown was also the second-leading receiver for the WolfPack in 2008 with 29 catches for 309 yards and two scores. NFL teams running a zone-blocking scheme feel he's a nice fit for their one-cut-and-go system. Had an arm span of 32 1/8 inches and a hand span of 9 3/4 inches at the combine.


Analysis
Positives: Tall and thick in upper and lower bodies. Strong straight-ahead runner. Nimble enough to sidestep and find a running lane. Lowers his pads to run over tacklers. Will keep his legs churning in short-yardage situations and carry linebackers and safeties for a few yards. Able to stand up to blitzing linebackers. Productive receiver who is a mismatch against safeties in the open field.



Negatives: Runs tall. Lacks elite speed, taking a few steps to get going. Inconsistent hands out of the backfield, body-catches too often. Tends to dance in the hole if there is anyone in his sight. Does not have the quickness to make defenders miss once stopped. Must have more awareness of blitzers off the edge. His left foot must be checked out medically, as he fractured it in 2007 and had another surgery in spring 2008.

Draft Selections
1-31 Connor Barwin OLB/TE Cincinnati
2-58 Jarron Gilbert DE San Jose State
3-66 Juaquin Iglesias WR Oklahoma
3-89 Michael Hamlin S Clemson
3-97 Andre Brown RB North Carolina State
4-99
4-120
4-128
5-130
5-151
6-163
6-186
7-194
7-217


Pick Made at 3-10 MST, Expatfan and the Steelers are OTC

BowlenBall
03-16-2009, 10:08 PM
With the 98th selection in the 2009 OM I draft, the Pittsburgh Steelers select:

OT Gerald Cadogan, Penn State

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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:
8:05 a.m. UTC +4 (Abu Dhabi)
12:05 a.m. North American Eastern Time Zone
11:05 p.m. North American Central Time Zone
10:05 p.m. Mountain Time Zone
9:05 p.m. Pacific Time Zone
8:05 p.m. Alaska Standard Time

The Cincinnatti Bengals (and Killericon) are up next....

Killericon
03-17-2009, 12:41 AM
With their first compensatory pick in the 2009 NFL Draft, the Cincinnati Bengals proudly select Dannell Ellerbe, Inside Linebacker from Georgia.

http://2.bp.blogspot.com/_bGF3wjihSm8/SKMyVNHMLAI/AAAAAAAAAtI/YUB8-NrYIoQ/s400/dannell-ellerbe+SI+Top+10.jpg

The Cardinals are on the clock.

TheReverend
03-17-2009, 05:07 AM
With the 100th overall pick, the Cardinals are proud to have a free pick to throw away on one of our favorite reaches at this point by selecting:

Matt Shaughnessy, DE/OLB, Wisconsin

http://www.nationalfootballpost.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/02/ms20.jpg

We look forward to coaching him to keep his ****ing pad level down for the first time in his career.

JCMElway
03-17-2009, 05:35 PM
Round 1

1 1-1 Lions - Brncs_Fan -- Eugene Monroe, T, Virginia
2 1-2 Rams - Rohirrim -- Michael Crabtree, WR, Texas Tech
3 1-3 Chiefs - theDave -- Matthew Stafford, QB, Georgia
4 1-4 Broncos - Drek -- Aaron Curry, LB, Wake Forest
5 1-5 Raiders -- Rugbythug -- Jason Smith, OT, Baylor
6 1-6 Bengals - Killericon -- B.J. Raji, DT, Boston College
7 1-7 Browns -- Southstnd Junkie -- Brian Orakpo, DE, Texas
8 1-8 Jaguars - Arkie -- Andre Smith, OT, Alabama
9 1-9 Packers – Dbroncos4life -- Everette Brown, DE, Florida State
10 1-10 49ers - Hawk's Boys --Malcolm Jenkins, FS, Ohio State
11 1-11 Chargers - Carmello15 -- Michael Oher, OT, Ole Miss
12 1-12 Seahawks - Socolorado -- Jeremy Maclin, WR, Missouri
13 1-13 Redskins - Broncoman4ever -- Darius Heyward-Bey, WR, Maryland
14 1-14 Saints - Ludo -- Brian Cushing, LB, USC
15 1-15 Texans - Chaz -- Tyson Jackson, DE, LSU
16 1-16 Bills - Magichef -- Alex Mack, C, Cal
17 1-17 Jets - Nickademus -- Percy Harvin, WR, Florida
18 1-18 Bears - Sodak -- Mark Sanchez, QB, USC
19 1-19 Buccaneers - Snarfalicious -- Knowshon Moreno, RB, Georgia
20 1-20 Lions (From Cowboys) - Brncs_Fan -- Alphonso Smith, CB, Wake Forest
21 1-21 Eagles - AZBroncfan -- Chris Wells, RB, OSU
22 1-22 Vikings - Gyldenlove -- Eben Britton, OT, Arizona
23 1-23 Cardinals - TheReverend Rey Maualuga, LB, USC
24 1-24 Falcons - JCMElway -- Piera Jerry, DT, Ole Miss
25 1-25 Dolphins - NFLBRONCO -- Hakeem Nicks, WR, UNC
26 1-26 Ravens - Northman -- Kenny Britt, WR, Rutgers
27 1-27 Colts - Mediator -- Clay Matthews, LB, USC
28 1-28 Eagles (from Panthers) - AZBroncfan - Vontae Davis, CB, Illinois
29 1-29 Lions -- brncs fan-- James Lauriniatis, LB, OSU
30 1-30 Titans - Florida Bronco -- Evander Hood, DT, Mizzou
31 1-31 Patriots - Eddie Mac -- Connor Barwin, OLB, Cincinnati
32 1-32 Steelers - Expatfan -- Aaron Myabin, DE, Penn State

Round 2

33 2-1 Giants - OSKIE!!! - Brandon Pettigrew, TE, Tennessee
34 2-2 Chiefs -- theDave - Max Unger, C, Oregon
35 2-3 Rams -- Rohirrim - Patrick Chung, S, Oregon
36 2-4 Browns -- Southstnd Junkie - LeSean McCoy, RB, Pitt
37 2-5 Seahawks -- Socolorado - Sean Smith, DB, Utah
38 2-6 Bengals -- killericon - William Beatty, OT, Connecticut
39 2-7 Jaguars -- Arkie -- Josh Freeman, QB, Kansas State
40 2-8 Raiders -- Rugbythug - Michael Johnson, DE, Georgia Tech
41 2-9 Packers -- DBroncos4life - Jared Cook, TE, South Carolina
42 2-10 Vikings -- Gyldenlove - Brian Robiske, WR, Ohio State
43 2-11 49ers -- Hawk's Boys - Phil Loadholt, OT, Oklahoma
44 2-12 Dolphins (Redskins) -- NFLBRONCO - Larry English, DE, Northern Illinois
45 2-13 Giants (Saints) -- OSKIE! - William Moore, S, Mizzou
46 2-14 Texans - Chaz - Donald Brown, RB, Connecticut
47 2-15 Rams (Chargers, Pats) - Rohirrim - Jamon Meredith, OT, S Carolina
48 2-16 Seahawks - Socolorado - Ron Brace, DT, Boston College
49 2-17 Bears - Sodak - Robert Ayers, DE, Tennessee
50 2-18 Buccaneers - Snarfalicious - Darius Butler, CB, UConn
51 2-19 Cowboys - BFDD -- Rashad Johnson, S, Alabama
52 2-20 Jets - Nickademus -- Clint Sintim, LB, Virgina
53 2-21 Eagles - AzBroncFan -- Louis Delmas, FS, Western Michigan
54 2-22 Bills - Magichef - Duke Robinson, G, Oklahoma
55 2-23 Falcons - JCMElway - Marcus Freeman, LB, Ohio State
56 2-24 Dolphins - NFLBRONCO -- Pat White, QB/WR, West Virginia
57 2-25 Ravens - Northman - Shawn Nelson, TE, So. Miss
58 2-26 Patriots - Eddie Mac - Jarron Gilbert, DE, San Jose State
59 2-27 Panthers - Kaylore - Paul Kruger, DE, Utah
60 2-28 Giants - OSKIE! - Derrick Williams, WE, Penn State
61 2-29 Colts - Mediator -- James Casey, WR/TE, Rice
62 2-30 Titans - Florida Bronco -- D.J Moore, CB, Vanderbilt
63 2-31 Cardinals - TheReverend -- Senderick Marks, DT, Auburn
64 2-32 Steelers - Expatfan -- Jarius Byrd, CB, Oregon

Round 3

65 3-1 Giants - OSKIE! - Fili Moala, DT, USC
66 3-2 Patriots - Eddie Mac -- Juaquin Iglesias, WR, Oklahoma
67 3-3 Chiefs - The Dave - Jasper Brinkley, LB, South Carolina
68 3-4 Seahawks - Socalorado - Shonn Greene, RB, Iowa
69 3-5 Cowboys (Browns) BFDD - Darry Beckwith, LB LSU
70 3-6 Bengals - Killericon - Eric Wood, C Louisville
71 3-7 Raiders - Rugbythug - Ramses Barden, WR, Cal Poly
72 3-8 Jaguars - Arkie - Mike Mickens, CB, Cincinnati
73 3-9 Packers - DBroncos4life - Andy Levitre, G, Oregon State
74 3-10 49ers - Hawk's Boys - Rhett Bomar, QB, Sam Houston State
75 3-11 Redskins - Broncoman4ever - Rashad Jennings, RB, Liberty
76 3-12 Jets (Saints) - Nickademus - Kraig Ubrik, OL, Wisconsin
77 3-13 Texans - Chaz - David Bruton, FS, Notre Dame
78 3-14 Chargers - Carmello15 - Victor "Macho" Harris, S, Virginia Tech
79 3-15 Broncos - Drek - Lawrence Sidbury, DE/OLB, Richmond
80 3-16 Bills - Magichef - Cornelius Ingram, TE, Florida
81 3-17 Buccaneers - Snarf - Tyrone McKenzie OLB USF.
82 3-18 Lions (Cowboys) - Brncs_Fan - Alex Magee, DT, Purdue
83 3-19 Packers (Jets) - DBroncos4life - Chris Baker DT/NT, Hampton.
84 3-20 Bears - Sodak - Louis Murphy, WR, Florida
85 3-21 Eagles - AZBroncfan - Chase Coffman, TE, Mizzou
86 3-22 Vikings - Gyldenlove - Asher Allen, CB, Georgia
87 3-23 Dolphins - NFLBRONCO - Morgan Trent, CB, Michigan
88 3-24 Ravens - Northman - Jason Phillips, LB, TCU
89 3-25 Patriots - Eddie Mac - Michael Hamlin, SS, Clemson
90 3-26 Falcons - JCMElway - Chip Vaughn, SS, Wake Forest
91 3-27 Lions - Brncs Fan - Trevor Canfield, OG, Cincinnati
92 3-28 Colts - Mediator - Dorrell Scott, DT, Clemson
93 3-29 Panthers - Kaylore - Nate Davis, QB, Ball State
94 3-30 Titans - Florida Bronco - Antoine Caldwell, C, Alabama
95 3-31 Cardinals - TheReverend - Jonathan Luigs, C, Arkansas
96 3-32 Steelers - Expatfan - Coye Francies, CB, San Jose State
Comp 3A - Patriots - Eddie Mac - Andre Brown, RB, North Carolina St
Comp 3B - Steelers - Expatfan - Gerald Cadogan, OT, Penn State
Comp 3C - Bengals - Killericon -Dannell Ellerbe, LB, Georgia
Comp 3D - Cardinals - TheReverend -Matt Shaughnessy, DE/OLB, Wisconsin

Round 4

97 4-1 Cowboys (Lions) - Herman Johnson OG, LSU
98 4-2 Chiefs - TheDave - Kyle Moore, DE USC
99 4-3 Patriots - Eddie Mac - Terrance Taylor, NT, Michigan
100 4-4 Browns - Southstnd - Keenan Lewis, CB, Oregon State
101 4-5 Seahawks - Socalorado - Zack Follett, OLB, CAL
102 4-6 Bengals - Killericon - Curtis Taylor, Safety LSU
103 4-7 Jaguars - Arkie - Ricky Jean-Francois, DT, LSU
104 4-8 Browns - Southstnd - Frantz Joseph, ILB, Florida Atlantic
105 4-9 Packers - DB4life - Dominique Johnson, CB, Jackson State
106 4-10 Bills - Magichef - Graham Harrell, QB, Texas Tech
107 4-11 49ers - Hawk's Boys - Sammie Lee Hill, DT, Stillman College
108 4-12 Texans - Chaz - Mike Thomas WR Arizona
109 4-13 Bills - Magichef -Brooks Foster, WR, North Carolina
110 4-14 Broncos - Drek - Travis Beckum, TE, Wisconsin
111 4-15 Jets (Redskins) - Nikademus - Darcel McBath, S, Texas Tech
112 4-16 Saints - ludo - Kevin Barnes, CB, Maryland
113 4-17 Cowboys - BFDD - May select at any time
114 4-18 Jets - Nickademus
115 4-19 Bears - Sodak
116 4-20 Buccaneers - Snarf -
117 4-21 Eagles - AZBroncfan
118 4-22 Bills - Magichef -
119 4-23 Ravens - Northman -
120 4-24 Patriots - Eddie Mac -
121 4-25 Falcons - JCMElway
122 4-26 Dolphins - NFLBRONCO -
124 4-27 Colts - Mediator -
125 4-28 Panthers - Kaylore
126 4-29 Giants - Oskie -
127 4-30 Titans - Florida Bronco
128 4-31 Patriots - Eddie Mac -
129 4-32 Steelers - Expatfan -
Comp 4A - Bears - Sodak
Comp 4B - Giants - Oskie
Comp 4C - Chargers - Carmello15 -
Comp 4D - Chargers - Carmello15 -
Comp 4D - Titans - Florida Bronco -
Comp 4E - Colts - Mediator -

Round 5
129 5-1 Lions
130 5-2 Patriots - Eddie Mac
131 5-3 Chiefs
132 5-4 Broncos (Seahawks)
133 5-5 Eagles (Browns)
134 5-6 Bengals
135 5-7 Falcons (Raiders)
136 5-8 Jaguars
137 5-9 Packers
138 5-10 49ers
139 5-11 Bills
140 5-12 Bills - Magichef -
141 5-13 Broncos - Drek
142 5-14 Redskins
143 5-15 Giants (Saints)
144 5-16 Texans - Chaz
145 5-17 Jets
146 5-18 Bears
147 5-19 Buccaneers - Snarf -
148 5-20 Cowboys
149 5-21 Eagles
150 5-22 Bills
151 5-23 Patriots - Eddie Mac
152 5-24 Falcons - JCMElway
153 5-25 Dolphins
154 5-26 Ravens
155 5-27 Colts
156 5-28 Panthers - Kaylore
157 5-29 Giants
158 5-30 Cowboys (Titans)
159 5-31 Cardinals
160 5-32 Steelers
Comp5A - 49ers - Hawk's Boys -
Comp 5B - Patriots - Eddie Mac -
Comp 5C - Cowboys - BFDD-
Comp 5D - Titans - Florida Bronco -

Round 6

161 6-1 Lions
162 6-2 Chiefs
163 6-3 Patriots - Eddie Mac
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 - Drek -
173 6-13 Bills
174 6-14 Packers (Saints)
175 6-15 Texans
176 6-16 Bills - Magichef -
177 6-17 Jets
178 6-18 Bears
179 6-19 Bears (Buccaneers)
180 6-20 Lions
181 6-21 Eagles
182 6-22 Eagles (Vikings)
183 6-23 Falcons - JCMElway
184 6-24 Cowboys (Dolphins)
185 6-25 Ravens
186 6-26 Patriots
187 6-27 Panthers - Kaylore
188 6-28 Giants
189 6-29 Colts
190 6-30 Titans - Florida Bronco
191 6-31 Cardinals
192 6-32 Steelers
Comp 6A - Titans - Florida Bronco -
Comp 6B - Patriots - Eddie Mac
Comp 6C - Cowboys - BFDD
Comp 6D - Bengals - Killericon
Comp 6E - 49ers - Hawk's Boys

Round 7

193 7-1 Cowboys (Lions)
194 7-2 Patriots - Eddie Mac
195 7-3 Buccaneers (Chiefs)
196 7-4 Seahawks
197 7-5 Browns
198 7-6 Bengals
199 7-7 Raiders
200 7-8 Buccaneers (Jaguars) - Snarf -
201 7-9 Packers
202 7-10 49ers
203 7-11 Bills
204 7-12 Vikings (Redskins)
205 7-13 Saints
206 7-14 Texans
207 7-15 Bills - Magichef -
208 7-16 Broncos - Drek -
209 7-17 Bears
210 7-18 Steelers (Buccaneers)
211 7-19 Cowboys
212 7-20 Jets
213 7-21 Eagles
214 7-22 Vikings
215 7-23 Dolphins
216 7-24 Ravens - JCMElway
217 7-25 Patriots
218 7-26 Broncos (Falcons)
219 7-27 Giants
220 7-28 Colts
221 7-29 Panthers - Kaylore
222 7-30 Titans - Florida Bronco
223 7-31 Cardinals
224 7-32 Steelers
Com 7A - Tennessee - Florida Bronco -
Comp 7B - Washington -
Comp 7C - Seattle
Comp 7D - Seattle
Comp 7E - Chicago
Comp 7F - Seattle
Comp 7G - Chicago
Comp 7H - Seattle
Comp 7I - Jacksonville
Comp 7J - Detroit
Comp 7K - Detroit
Comp 7L - Kansas City
Comp 7M - St. Louis

Alpha list

Allen, Asher
Ayers, Robert
Baker, Chris
Barden, Ramses
Barnes, Kevin
Barwin, Connor
McBath, Darcel
Beatty, William
Beckum, Travis
Beckwith, Darry
Bomar, Rhett
Brace, Ron
Brinkley, Jasper
Britt, Kenny
Britton, Eben
Brown, Andre
Brown, Donald
Brown, Everette
Bruton, David
Butler, Darius
Bydr, Jarius
Cadogan, Gerald
Caldwell, Antoine
Canfield, Trevor
Casey, James
Chung, Patrick
Coffman, Chase
Cook, Jared
Crabtree, Michael
Curry, Aaron
Cushing, Brian
Davis, Nate
Davis, Vontae
Delmas, Louis
English, Larry
Follett, Zach
Foster, Brooks
Francies, Coye
Freeman, Josh
Freeman, Marcus
Gilbert, Jarron
Greeene, Shonn
Hamlin, Michael
Harrell, Graham
Harris, Victor
Harvin, Percy
Heyward-Bey, Darius
Hill, Sammie Lee
Hood, Evander
Iglesias, Juaquin
Ingram, Cornelius
Jackson, Tyson
Jean-Francois, Ricky
Jenkins, Malcolm
Jennings, Rashad
Jerry, Piera
Joesph, Frantz
Johnson, Dominique
Johnson, Herman
Johnson, Michael
Johnson, Rashad
Kruger, Paul
Laurinaitis, James
Levitre, Andy
Lewis, Keenan
Loadholt, Phil
Lugis, Johnathan
McCoy, LeSean
Mack, Alex
Maclin, Jeremy
Matthews, Clay
Maualuga, Rey
Maybin, Aaron
Mays, Sendrick
McKenzie, Tyrone
Meredith, Jamon
Mickens, Mike
Moala, Fili
Monroe, Eugene
Moodre, DJ
Moore, William
Moreno, Knowshon
Murphy, Louis
Nelson, Shawn
Nicks, Hakeem
Oher, Michael
Orakpo, Brian
Pettigrew, Brandon
Phillips, Jason
Raji, BJ
Robinson, Duke
Robiske, Brian
Sanchez, Mark
Scott, Dorrell
Sidbury, Lawrence
Smith, Alphonso
Smith, Andre
Smith, Jason
Smith, Sean
Taylor, Terrance
Thomas, Mike
Trent, Morgan
Wells, Chris
Sintim, Clint
Stafford, Matthew
Ubrik, Kraig
Unger, Max
Vaughn, Chip
White, Pat
Williams, Derrick
Wood, Eric

BFDD
03-17-2009, 07:14 PM
With the 97th pick the Boys pick the biggest dude in the draft Herman Johnson OG, LSU

http://www.speedburners.net/images/HermanJohnson.jpg

Pros: An absolute mountain of a man who carries his weight very well. Very long arms as you'd expect from a man his size. Light feet for a man his size. Versatlie player who has seen time at both tackle and guard. Very strong player who displays the ability to physically dominate his man in the run game and lock him up once he gets his hands inside of those pads in pass protection. Decent mobility for a man his size.

Cons: Despite his experience he's pretty raw technically and needs to mature in that area. May have to drop 20 - 30 lbs to hold up at the next level as being that large can make injuries more likely. May struggle with leverage at his size especially against more stocky players who can get low and into their stance quicker. Does not move very well laterally.

eddie mac
03-18-2009, 08:31 AM
With the 99th pick of the OM I GM Mock Draft the New England Patriots select

Terrance Taylor NT Michigan

Overview
A fire hydrant run-stopper in the middle of the defense, he can collapse the pocket and aggravate quarterbacks, all while making life easier for his teammates on the line. He flashed skills as a freshman, and was a starter in the middle the past three seasons. Much was expected out of Taylor after earning a second-team All-Big Ten selection in 2007 (55 tackles, 8.5 for loss, 3.5 sacks), but his play noticeably dropped off as a senior (35 tackles, four tackles for loss, 1.5 sacks). Taylor's push up the middle is certain to intrigue teams looking for a plugger on the D-line, but his lack of improvement as a senior and struggles at the East-West Shrine Game put him in the middle or late portion of the second day in this draft.

Analysis
Positives: Prime NFL nose tackle candidate. ... Plays with good leverage, keeping his pad level low and square and getting his hands high and inside. ... Does not move much against double teams, holding his ground against the run. ... When fresh, he gets off the ball and pushes the center into the backfield to blow up inside runs. ... On occasion he can quickly knife through the A-gap to get pressure on the quarterback. ... Will chase downfield at times. ... Plays with a mean streak. ... Voted team captain in 2008.



Negatives: Short and not in great shape. ... Does not shed blocks when straight-up on his man, but makes plays when lined up on the shoulder of the center or guard. ... Better conditioning could help him get off the ball and collapse the pocket consistently. ... Doesn't get his hands up often enough to break up passes. ... Exposed a bit at the East-West Shrine Game for being a bit of a one-trick pony. ... Makes piles in short-yardage situations but does not stay on his feet consistently enough to stop the runner.

Draft Selections
1-31 Connor Barwin OLB/TE Cincinnati
2-58 Jarron Gilbert DE San Jose State
3-66 Juaquin Iglesias WR Oklahoma
3-89 Michael Hamlin S Clemson
3-Comp A Andre Brown RB North Carolina State
4-99 Terrance Taylor NT Michigan
4-120
4-128
5-130
5-151
5-Comp B
6-163
6-186
6-Comp B
7-194
7-217

Selection made at 8-30am MST, Cleveland Browns and Southstnd are OTC

SouthStndJunkie
03-18-2009, 12:16 PM
With the 100th pick of the OM I GM Mock Draft the Cleveland Browns select: Keenan Lewis, CB, Oregon State

Height: 6-07/8 | Weight: 208 | 40-Time: 4.53

Strengths:
Very good size and bulk...Rangy with long arms...Great instincts and awareness...Reads and reacts quickly...Excellent hands and ball skills...Good leaper with nice body control...Physical and will support the run...Real smart...Hard worker...Leader...Has a ton of experience.

Weaknesses:
Not a great athlete...Average speed and quickness...Lacks a burst to close and recover...May struggle to turn and run with speedy wideouts in man coverage...Can be too aggressive at times...Hips aren't real fluid...Must get stronger..Misses some tackles...Limited schematically.

Notes:
Was a four-year starter in the Pac-10...Native of New Orleans and his family was forced to evacuate during Hurricane Katrina...A three-time Pac-10 All-Academic selection...Best fit at the next level might come in a zone coverage scheme...Might also be able to play some safety...Is able to make up for relatively pedestrian physical tools with top-notch intangibles...Certainly isn't flashy but should play in the league for a long time...Could quite easily emerge as a starter in the right situation.

Selection made at 12:20 MST: socalorado is on the clock:

socalorado
03-18-2009, 12:30 PM
With the 101st pick of the OM MOCK DRAFT, The Seattle Seahawks select

http://www.nationalchamps.net/2008/sub/pics/small/california_zack_follett.jpg
Zack "you will die!!" Follett OLB CAL

Very physical with good strength...Reliable tackler...Excellent in pursuit...Does a nice job versus the run...Can take on and shed blockers...Good pass rusher and blitzer...Has a burst to close...Very intense and competitive...A big hitter...Has a non-stop motor...Superb instincts...Hard worker...Tough and durable...Has a lot of special teams potential... Productive and really had a terrific senior campaign.

Killericon
03-18-2009, 09:28 PM
With the 102nd overall pick in the 2009 NFL Draft, the Cincinnati Bengals proudly select Curtis Taylor, Safety from LSU.

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The Jaguars are on the clock

TheDave
03-18-2009, 10:54 PM
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Kyle Moore, DE USC

Analysis
Positives: Rare height and wingspan for the position. ... Flashes initial quickness off the snap to pressure the outside shoulder of offensive tackles. ... Good overall playing strength. ... Can get into the tackle's body with his long arms and bull rush. ... Stout at the point of attack when he plays with leverage. ... Can get his hands up and create obstacles for the quarterback to see and pass through. ... Strong tackler and can pull down the ballcarrier with his arms.


Negatives: Struggles with leverage and negates his own strength at times. ... Can get pushed back off the line of scrimmage when he plays too high. ... Needs to use his length more to disrupt passes. ... Doesn't bat enough passes down at the line of scrimmage. ... Marginal balance to redirect as a pass rusher or to break down in space to tackle. ... Flashes some speed to the outside, but too inconsistent. ... Had arthroscopic knee surgery prior to the 2008 season that requires a medical check at the Scouting Combine.

Arkie
03-18-2009, 11:17 PM
With the 103rd pick, Jacksonville selects:

Ricky Jean-Francois DT LSU
6'3", 295

http://static.nfl.com/static/content/catch_all/nfl_image/combine/headshots/79583.jpg

Overview
It was a bumpy ride for Jean-Francois in Baton Rouge. One of the top high school recruits in the country, he contributed as a freshman in 2006 (5.5 tackles for loss, three sacks) after a redshirt season in 2005. He missed the first 12 games due to academic problems as a sophomore, then won defensive MVP honor in the national title game against Ohio State after making six tackles, 1.5 tackles for loss and blocking a field goal. His junior season was also adversity-filled. He started only six of 11 games in which he played due to a groin injury and the deep, talented LSU line. He made 20 tackles, three tackles for loss and two sacks during the season. His public comment about taking a "good shot" at Florida QB Tim Tebow did not endear him to coaches. His strength at the point and athleticism deserve a high grade.

Positives: Tall, but can still use leverage to bull rush his man into the pocket. ... Violent with his hands, able to rip off blocks inside to make plays on the ball. ... Impressive in his ability to stand his man up and discard him to either side. ... Rarely gets moved when facing a one-on-one block. ... Moves fluidly down the line, able to eat up a wide running lane with his length. ... Recognizes the screen. ... Imposing figure when closing, will work toward the quarterback if he's in sight. ... Impacts passing lanes and can block kicks using his height and reach.

Negatives: A bit lean for some NFL defensive coordinators, but not considerably light. ... High pad level allows double-team blocks to sweep him aside. ... Inconsistent initial quickness off the snap and he guesses the snap count at times. ... Could hustle and chase the ball more often. ... Not quick enough to keep off a cut block, but recovers well. ... Does not consistently play to his timed speed, lumbering in space and lacking elite stop-start quickness.

SouthStndJunkie
03-18-2009, 11:38 PM
With the 104th pick, the Cleveland Browns select: Frantz Joseph, ILB, Florida Atlantic

6'1 242 pounds

One of my possible 'steals' of the draft. He looks like he could easily add a little more weight on his frame and play ILB in the 3-4 for the Browns and help to replace Andra Davis.

An intense, physical three-year starter who made 154 tackles (84 solo) in 2008 when he earned first-team all-Sun Belt honors for the second consecutive year. He had 131 tackles in 2007. His 13 tackles in the 2008 Motor City Bowl against Central Michigan demanded attention from scouts. Joseph redshirted at Boston College in 2004, then transferred home to help his mother with finances. At his Feb. 26 pro day, Joseph had a best time of 4.83 seconds in the 40


Pick made at 1:41 am Eastern Time: 105 4-9 Packers - DBroncos4life is up and has been PMed

DBroncos4life
03-18-2009, 11:55 PM
The Packers select Dominique Johnson, CB, Jackson State

ColoradoBuff
03-20-2009, 08:32 AM
With the 107th pick in the OM I Draft the SF 49ers select:

Sammie Lee Hill, DT, Stillman College

Height: 6-3<SUP>7/8</SUP> | Weight: 329 | 40-Time: 5.15

http://assets.sbnation.com/assets/65133/sammie_lee_hill.jpg

Pros: Coveted size and strength, looks to have good burst and adequate quickness. High character player. Played DE in a 4-3 his senior year, and picked up great habits with his lateral movement and agility. Muscular, not soft, an impressive feat at that weight.
Cons:Was moved to defensive end because despite his size and strength was not showing he could beat double teams. May project best as a 3-4 end. Did not show a lot of energy or hustle, but does not show lack of motivation or conditioning.

Pick made at 8:31 am mtn time. Chaz (Texans) are on the clock!

chaz
03-20-2009, 02:15 PM
The Texans select: Mike Thomas WR Arizona

http://3.bp.blogspot.com/_sWNltaRN-HM/Rw7P22lnBGI/AAAAAAAAAXo/7YBXkH5QsoU/s1600/Arizona%2BWR%2BMike%2BThomas.jpg

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.


pick made at 3:15pm CST

JCMElway
03-21-2009, 10:29 AM
Magichef has missed his selection. Drek is on the clock until 3:15 PM CST.

Drek
03-21-2009, 12:37 PM
With the 110th pick in the 2009 NFL Draft, Denver selects.....

Travis Beckum, TE, University of Wisconsin

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Beckum came into the 2008 collegiate season as one of the elite TEs in the country. A broken leg in the 6th game of the year caused him to miss the rest of the season, and he's still in his own words at only 80%. But in the 4th round he presents too great a value to pass up.

Numbers from Combine and Pro Day
Height: 6030
Weight: 239
40 Yrd Dash: 4.61
20 Yrd Dash: 2.64
10 Yrd Dash: 1.56
225 Lb. Bench Reps: 28
Vertical Jump: 38 1/2
Broad Jump: 09'10"
20 Yrd Shuttle: 4.10
3-Cone Drill: 7.05

He should provide an excellent #3 TE option to replace Putzier on the roster and provides protection if Sheffler continues to have nagging injuries to his legs and feet.

Nikademus and the Jets are on the clock at 1:37PM CST.

MagicHef
03-21-2009, 01:58 PM
With many apologies for the lateness, the Buffalo Bills select:

Graham Harrell, QB, Texas Tech

and

Brooks Foster, WR, North Carolina

Apparently I will have to wait until I am not at work to post pictures.

nickademus
03-21-2009, 05:37 PM
The NY Jets select:


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Height:
6'0"
Weight:
198
College:
Texas Tech (http://www.nfl.com/combine/players?filterType=college&filterCond=Texas Tech)
Conference:
Big 12 (http://www.nfl.com/combine/players?filterType=conference&filterCond=Big 12)
Hometown:
Gainesville, TX
High School:
GainesvilleOverview
Playing defense in the Big 12 is no easy task -- neither is playing against the Raiders' offense every day in practice. McBath has the versatility and confidence to star in the secondary. He was a first-team All-Big 12 safety and made plays against the pass (six interceptions, three against Kansas) and the run (70 tackles) as a senior. He earned all-conference accolades in his sophomore and junior seasons, totaling 148 tackles and five picks in 2006 and '07.

High School
Gainesville High School in Gainesville, Texas ... No. 36 cornerback in the country (Rivals100.com) ... District 9-3A Most Valuable Player (Dallas Morning News) ... Helped lead GHS to 16-0 mark and Class 3A Division I title ... Picked six passes as a defensive back and logged 75 tackles ... Caught 14 touchdown passes as a wide receiver ... Other numbers include 50 tackles, two punt returns for touchdowns and an interception return for a score ... Rushed for 800 yards as a running back ... also recruited by Oklahoma State, Texas A&M and Notre Dame ... Was timed at 4.5 in the 40.
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JCMElway
03-21-2009, 06:39 PM
Ludo selects Kevin Barnes, CB, Maryland. Details when Ludo gets back online.

ludo21
03-22-2009, 05:11 PM
The Saints need all sorts of defensive help and although Barnes was hurt this year he will be a solid addition to the Saints backfield in 09.


03/15/09 - Some scouts might have questions about Barnes' shoulder, but nobody could question his athletic ability after seeing him at the combine. Barnes ranked among the top five cornerbacks tested in the 40-yard dash (4.5 seconds), the vertical jump (38.5 inches), the broad jump (10 feet, 8 inches) and a couple of other agility/speed drills devised by NFL scouts. "I was happy, but never satisfied," Barnes said. "Knowing myself, I could have done better." The combine also afforded Barnes the chance to let NFL personnel people evaluate his personality, intelligence and character. From Barnes' perspective, that part went well also. Among other things, scouts asked him to diagram and explain Maryland's defense and how he fit into it. He did so without any hesitation. "I feel like I did pretty good showing them what kind of person I am," he said. "They like my size (6-foot-1, 187 pounds), my play-making ability (four interceptions as a junior) and my intelligence." In all, Barnes thought he held his own against the other prospects at his position while at the combine. Cornerbacks are a valuable commodity in the pass-happy NFL these days, which should help his draft stock. The selections take place over two days, with the first two rounds on Saturday and the last five on Sunday. Barnes thinks he tested well enough that he won't have to wait long to hear his name called. "I expect to be taken the first day," he said. - John McNamara, Annapolis Capital

SoDak Bronco
03-22-2009, 08:32 PM
SoDak Bronco- and Da Bears select Troy Kropog- OT

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Official Bio (http://tulanegreenwave.cstv.com/sports/m-footbl/mtt/kropog_troy01.html)

http://www.draftcountdown.com/images/stars/three.gif </TD><TD vAlign=top>Strengths:
Good size with a large frame...Great athleticism...Very light on his feet...Quick and agile...Excellent pass protector...Smart with good awareness...Good mobility to get to the second level and pull...Moves well laterally...Natural knee bender...Technically sound...Uses his hands well...Nice balance...Outstanding work ethic...Tough...Has a fire in his belly...Lots of experience...A team leader...Still has some upside.

Weaknesses:
Has done a good job of bulking up but could stand to add a little more weight...Needs to strengthen both his upper and lower body...Is not very powerful...Doesn't get a great push in the run game...Might not be a perfect fit for every team...Has a history of minor shoulder injuries.

Notes:
A three-year starter at left tackle for the Green Wave...Began his college career weighing 265 pounds...Redshirted as a true freshman in 2004...Helped pave the way for Matthew Fortι when he ran for over 2,000 yards in 2007...Might project best in a zone blocking scheme...Not quite a finished product but definitely has the raw tools to work with as well as the intangibles that will help him get the most out of his ability and maximize his potential...Underrated blocker with the talent to not only start but protect the blindside at the next level.

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JCMElway
03-22-2009, 11:43 PM
Round 1

1 1-1 Lions - Brncs_Fan -- Eugene Monroe, T, Virginia
2 1-2 Rams - Rohirrim -- Michael Crabtree, WR, Texas Tech
3 1-3 Chiefs - theDave -- Matthew Stafford, QB, Georgia
4 1-4 Broncos - Drek -- Aaron Curry, LB, Wake Forest
5 1-5 Raiders -- Rugbythug -- Jason Smith, OT, Baylor
6 1-6 Bengals - Killericon -- B.J. Raji, DT, Boston College
7 1-7 Browns -- Southstnd Junkie -- Brian Orakpo, DE, Texas
8 1-8 Jaguars - Arkie -- Andre Smith, OT, Alabama
9 1-9 Packers – Dbroncos4life -- Everette Brown, DE, Florida State
10 1-10 49ers - Hawk's Boys -- Malcolm Jenkins, FS, Ohio State
11 1-11 Chargers - Carmello15 -- Michael Oher, OT, Ole Miss
12 1-12 Seahawks - Socolorado -- Jeremy Maclin, WR, Missouri
13 1-13 Redskins - Broncom4ever - Darius Heyward-Bey, WR, Maryland
14 1-14 Saints - Ludo -- Brian Cushing, LB, USC
15 1-15 Texans - Chaz -- Tyson Jackson, DE, LSU
16 1-16 Bills - Magichef -- Alex Mack, C, Cal
17 1-17 Jets - Nickademus -- Percy Harvin, WR, Florida
18 1-18 Bears - Sodak -- Mark Sanchez, QB, USC
19 1-19 Buccaneers - Snarfalicious -- Knowshon Moreno, RB, Georgia
20 1-20 Lions(Cowboys)-Brncs_Fan - Alphonso Smith, CB, Wake Forest
21 1-21 Eagles - AZBroncfan -- Chris Wells, RB, OSU
22 1-22 Vikings - Gyldenlove -- Eben Britton, OT, Arizona
23 1-23 Cardinals - TheReverend - Rey Maualuga, LB, USC
24 1-24 Falcons - JCMElway -- Piera Jerry, DT, Ole Miss
25 1-25 Dolphins - NFLBRONCO -- Hakeem Nicks, WR, UNC
26 1-26 Ravens - Northman -- Kenny Britt, WR, Rutgers
27 1-27 Colts - Mediator -- Clay Matthews, LB, USC
28 1-28 Eagles (Panthers) - AZBroncfan - Vontae Davis, CB, Illinois
29 1-29 Lions -- brncs fan - James Lauriniatis, LB, OSU
30 1-30 Titans - Florida Bronco -- Evander Hood, DT, Mizzou
31 1-31 Patriots - Eddie Mac -- Connor Barwin, OLB, Cincinnati
32 1-32 Steelers - Expatfan -- Aaron Myabin, DE, Penn State

Round 2

33 2-1 Giants - OSKIE!!! - Brandon Pettigrew, TE, Tennessee
34 2-2 Chiefs -- theDave - Max Unger, C, Oregon
35 2-3 Rams -- Rohirrim - Patrick Chung, S, Oregon
36 2-4 Browns -- Southstnd Junkie - LeSean McCoy, RB, Pitt
37 2-5 Seahawks -- Socolorado - Sean Smith, DB, Utah
38 2-6 Bengals -- killericon - William Beatty, OT, Connecticut
39 2-7 Jaguars -- Arkie -- Josh Freeman, QB, Kansas State
40 2-8 Raiders -- Rugbythug - Michael Johnson, DE, Georgia Tech
41 2-9 Packers -- DBroncos4life - Jared Cook, TE, South Carolina
42 2-10 Vikings -- Gyldenlove - Brian Robiske, WR, Ohio State
43 2-11 49ers -- Hawk's Boys - Phil Loadholt, OT, Oklahoma
44 2-12 Dolphins (Redskins) -- NFLBRONCO - Larry English, DE, Northern Illinois
45 2-13 Giants (Saints) -- OSKIE! - William Moore, S, Mizzou
46 2-14 Texans - Chaz - Donald Brown, RB, Connecticut
47 2-15 Rams (Chargers, Pats) - Rohirrim - Jamon Meredith, OT, S Carolina
48 2-16 Seahawks - Socolorado - Ron Brace, DT, Boston College
49 2-17 Bears - Sodak - Robert Ayers, DE, Tennessee
50 2-18 Buccaneers - Snarfalicious - Darius Butler, CB, UConn
51 2-19 Cowboys - BFDD -- Rashad Johnson, S, Alabama
52 2-20 Jets - Nickademus -- Clint Sintim, LB, Virgina
53 2-21 Eagles - AzBroncFan -- Louis Delmas, FS, Western Michigan
54 2-22 Bills - Magichef - Duke Robinson, G, Oklahoma
55 2-23 Falcons - JCMElway - Marcus Freeman, LB, Ohio State
56 2-24 Dolphins - NFLBRONCO -- Pat White, QB/WR, West Virginia
57 2-25 Ravens - Northman - Shawn Nelson, TE, So. Miss
58 2-26 Patriots - Eddie Mac - Jarron Gilbert, DE, San Jose State
59 2-27 Panthers - Kaylore - Paul Kruger, DE, Utah
60 2-28 Giants - OSKIE! - Derrick Williams, WE, Penn State
61 2-29 Colts - Mediator -- James Casey, WR/TE, Rice
62 2-30 Titans - Florida Bronco -- D.J Moore, CB, Vanderbilt
63 2-31 Cardinals - TheReverend -- Senderick Marks, DT, Auburn
64 2-32 Steelers - Expatfan -- Jarius Byrd, CB, Oregon

Round 3

65 3-1 Giants - OSKIE! - Fili Moala, DT, USC
66 3-2 Patriots - Eddie Mac -- Juaquin Iglesias, WR, Oklahoma
67 3-3 Chiefs - The Dave - Jasper Brinkley, LB, South Carolina
68 3-4 Seahawks - Socalorado - Shonn Greene, RB, Iowa
69 3-5 Cowboys (Browns) BFDD - Darry Beckwith, LB LSU
70 3-6 Bengals - Killericon - Eric Wood, C Louisville
71 3-7 Raiders - Rugbythug - Ramses Barden, WR, Cal Poly
72 3-8 Jaguars - Arkie - Mike Mickens, CB, Cincinnati
73 3-9 Packers - DBroncos4life - Andy Levitre, G, Oregon State
74 3-10 49ers - Hawk's Boys - Rhett Bomar, QB, Sam Houston State
75 3-11 Redskins - Broncoman4ever - Rashad Jennings, RB, Liberty
76 3-12 Jets (Saints) - Nickademus - Kraig Ubrik, OL, Wisconsin
77 3-13 Texans - Chaz - David Bruton, FS, Notre Dame
78 3-14 Chargers - Carmello15 - Victor "Macho" Harris, S, Virginia Tech
79 3-15 Broncos - Drek - Lawrence Sidbury, DE/OLB, Richmond
80 3-16 Bills - Magichef - Cornelius Ingram, TE, Florida
81 3-17 Buccaneers - Snarf - Tyrone McKenzie OLB USF.
82 3-18 Lions (Cowboys) - Brncs_Fan - Alex Magee, DT, Purdue
83 3-19 Packers (Jets) - DBroncos4life - Chris Baker DT/NT, Hampton.
84 3-20 Bears - Sodak - Louis Murphy, WR, Florida
85 3-21 Eagles - AZBroncfan - Chase Coffman, TE, Mizzou
86 3-22 Vikings - Gyldenlove - Asher Allen, CB, Georgia
87 3-23 Dolphins - NFLBRONCO - Morgan Trent, CB, Michigan
88 3-24 Ravens - Northman - Jason Phillips, LB, TCU
89 3-25 Patriots - Eddie Mac - Michael Hamlin, SS, Clemson
90 3-26 Falcons - JCMElway - Chip Vaughn, SS, Wake Forest
91 3-27 Lions - Brncs Fan - Trevor Canfield, OG, Cincinnati
92 3-28 Colts - Mediator - Dorrell Scott, DT, Clemson
93 3-29 Panthers - Kaylore - Nate Davis, QB, Ball State
94 3-30 Titans - Florida Bronco - Antoine Caldwell, C, Alabama
95 3-31 Cardinals - TheReverend - Jonathan Luigs, C, Arkansas
96 3-32 Steelers - Expatfan - Coye Francies, CB, San Jose State
Comp 3A - Patriots - Eddie Mac - Andre Brown, RB, North Carolina St
Comp 3B - Steelers - Expatfan - Gerald Cadogan, OT, Penn State
Comp 3C - Bengals - Killericon -Dannell Ellerbe, LB, Georgia
Comp 3D - Cardinals - TheReverend -Matt Shaughnessy, DE/OLB, Wisconsin

Round 4

97 4-1 Cowboys (Lions) - Herman Johnson OG, LSU
98 4-2 Chiefs - TheDave - Kyle Moore, DE USC
99 4-3 Patriots - Eddie Mac - Terrance Taylor, NT, Michigan
100 4-4 Browns - Southstnd - Keenan Lewis, CB, Oregon State
101 4-5 Seahawks - Socalorado - Zack Follett, OLB, CAL
102 4-6 Bengals - Killericon - Curtis Taylor, Safety LSU
103 4-7 Jaguars - Arkie - Ricky Jean-Francois, DT, LSU
104 4-8 Browns - Southstnd - Frantz Joseph, ILB, Florida Atlantic
105 4-9 Packers - DB4life - Dominique Johnson, CB, Jackson State
106 4-10 Bills - Magichef - Graham Harrell, QB, Texas Tech
107 4-11 49ers - Hawk's Boys - Sammie Lee Hill, DT, Stillman College
108 4-12 Texans - Chaz - Mike Thomas WR Arizona
109 4-13 Bills - Magichef -Brooks Foster, WR, North Carolina
110 4-14 Broncos - Drek - Travis Beckum, TE, Wisconsin
111 4-15 Jets (Redskins) - Nikademus - Darcel McBath, S, Texas Tech
112 4-16 Saints - ludo - Kevin Barnes, CB, Maryland
113 4-17 Cowboys - BobHorry - Johnny Knox, WR, Abilene Christian
114 4-18 Jets - Nickademus - Mitch King DL, Iowa
115 4-19 Bears - Sodak - Tony Kropog, OT, Tulane
116 4-20 Buccaneers - Snarf - Michael Bennett DE, Texas A&M.
117 4-21 Eagles - AZBroncfan - Xavier Fulton, OT, Illinois
118 4-22 Bills - Magichef - Cody Brown, LB, Uconn
119 4-23 Ravens - Northman - Kevin Ogletree, WR, Virginia
120 4-24 Patriots - Eddie Mac - Scott McKillop ILB Pittsburgh
121 4-25 Falcons - JCMElway - Gerald McRath, LB, So. Miss
122 4-26 Dolphins - NFLBRONCO - DeAngelo Smith CB Cincinnati
124 4-27 Colts - Mediator - Sherrod Martin CB/S Troy
125 4-28 Panthers - Kaylore - Roy Miller, DT, Texas
126 4-29 Giants - Oskie - Brandon Tate, WR, UNC
127 4-30 Titans - Florida Bronco- Fenuki Tupou, OL, Oregon
128 4-31 Patriots - Eddie Mac - Joe Burnett, CB, UCF
129 4-32 Steelers - Expatfan - WR Austin Collie, BYU
Comp 4A - Bears - Sodak -- May select at any time
Comp 4B - Giants - Oskie
Comp 4C - Chargers - Carmello15 -
Comp 4D - Chargers - Carmello15 -
Comp 4D - Titans - Florida Bronco -
Comp 4E - Colts - Mediator -

Round 5
129 5-1 Lions
130 5-2 Patriots - Eddie Mac
131 5-3 Chiefs
132 5-4 Broncos (Seahawks)
133 5-5 Eagles (Browns)
134 5-6 Bengals
135 5-7 Falcons (Raiders)
136 5-8 Jaguars
137 5-9 Packers
138 5-10 49ers
139 5-11 Bills
140 5-12 Bills - Magichef -
141 5-13 Broncos - Drek
142 5-14 Redskins
143 5-15 Giants (Saints)
144 5-16 Texans - Chaz
145 5-17 Jets
146 5-18 Bears
147 5-19 Buccaneers - Snarf -
148 5-20 Cowboys
149 5-21 Eagles
150 5-22 Bills
151 5-23 Patriots - Eddie Mac
152 5-24 Falcons - JCMElway
153 5-25 Dolphins
154 5-26 Ravens
155 5-27 Colts
156 5-28 Panthers - Kaylore
157 5-29 Giants
158 5-30 Cowboys (Titans)
159 5-31 Cardinals
160 5-32 Steelers
Comp5A - 49ers - Hawk's Boys -
Comp 5B - Patriots - Eddie Mac -
Comp 5C - Cowboys - BFDD-
Comp 5D - Titans - Florida Bronco -

Round 6

161 6-1 Lions
162 6-2 Chiefs
163 6-3 Patriots - Eddie Mac
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 - Drek -
173 6-13 Bills
174 6-14 Packers (Saints)
175 6-15 Texans
176 6-16 Bills - Magichef -
177 6-17 Jets
178 6-18 Bears
179 6-19 Bears (Buccaneers)
180 6-20 Lions
181 6-21 Eagles
182 6-22 Eagles (Vikings)
183 6-23 Falcons - JCMElway
184 6-24 Cowboys (Dolphins)
185 6-25 Ravens
186 6-26 Patriots
187 6-27 Panthers - Kaylore
188 6-28 Giants
189 6-29 Colts
190 6-30 Titans - Florida Bronco
191 6-31 Cardinals
192 6-32 Steelers
Comp 6A - Titans - Florida Bronco -
Comp 6B - Patriots - Eddie Mac
Comp 6C - Cowboys - BFDD
Comp 6D - Bengals - Killericon
Comp 6E - 49ers - Hawk's Boys

Round 7

193 7-1 Cowboys (Lions)
194 7-2 Patriots - Eddie Mac
195 7-3 Buccaneers (Chiefs)
196 7-4 Seahawks
197 7-5 Browns
198 7-6 Bengals
199 7-7 Raiders
200 7-8 Buccaneers (Jaguars) - Snarf -
201 7-9 Packers
202 7-10 49ers
203 7-11 Bills
204 7-12 Vikings (Redskins)
205 7-13 Saints
206 7-14 Texans
207 7-15 Bills - Magichef -
208 7-16 Broncos - Drek -
209 7-17 Bears
210 7-18 Steelers (Buccaneers)
211 7-19 Cowboys
212 7-20 Jets
213 7-21 Eagles
214 7-22 Vikings
215 7-23 Dolphins
216 7-24 Ravens - JCMElway
217 7-25 Patriots
218 7-26 Broncos (Falcons)
219 7-27 Giants
220 7-28 Colts
221 7-29 Panthers - Kaylore
222 7-30 Titans - Florida Bronco
223 7-31 Cardinals
224 7-32 Steelers
Com 7A - Tennessee - Florida Bronco -
Comp 7B - Washington -
Comp 7C - Seattle
Comp 7D - Seattle
Comp 7E - Chicago
Comp 7F - Seattle
Comp 7G - Chicago
Comp 7H - Seattle
Comp 7I - Jacksonville
Comp 7J - Detroit
Comp 7K - Detroit
Comp 7L - Kansas City
Comp 7M - St. Louis

Alpha list

Allen, Asher
Ayers, Robert
Baker, Chris
Barden, Ramses
Barnes, Kevin
Barwin, Connor
McBath, Darcel
Beatty, William
Beckum, Travis
Beckwith, Darry
Bennet, Michael
Bomar, Rhett
Brace, Ron
Brinkley, Jasper
Britt, Kenny
Britton, Eben
Brown, Andre
Brown, Cody
Brown, Donald
Brown, Everette
Bruton, David
Burnett, Joe
Butler, Darius
Bydr, Jarius
Cadogan, Gerald
Caldwell, Antoine
Canfield, Trevor
Casey, James
Chung, Patrick
Coffman, Chase
Collie, Austin
Cook, Jared
Crabtree, Michael
Curry, Aaron
Cushing, Brian
Davis, Nate
Davis, Vontae
Delmas, Louis
English, Larry
Follett, Zach
Foster, Brooks
Francies, Coye
Freeman, Josh
Freeman, Marcus
Fulton, Xavier
Gilbert, Jarron
Greeene, Shonn
Hamlin, Michael
Harrell, Graham
Harris, Victor
Harvin, Percy
Heyward-Bey, Darius
Hill, Sammie Lee
Hood, Evander
Iglesias, Juaquin
Ingram, Cornelius
Jackson, Tyson
Jean-Francois, Ricky
Jenkins, Malcolm
Jennings, Rashad
Jerry, Piera
Joesph, Frantz
Johnson, Dominique
Johnson, Herman
Johnson, Michael
Johnson, Rashad
Knox, Johnny
Kropog, Tony
Kruger, Paul
Laurinaitis, James
Levitre, Andy
Lewis, Keenan
Loadholt, Phil
Lugis, Johnathan
McCoy, LeSean
Mack, Alex
Maclin, Jeremy
Marks, SenDerrick
Martin, Sherrod
Matthews, Clay
Maualuga, Rey
Maybin, Aaron
Mays, Sendrick
McKenzie, Tyrone
McKillop, Scott
McRath, Gerald
Meredith, Jamon
Mickens, Mike
Miller, Roy
Moala, Fili
Monroe, Eugene
Moore, DJ
Moore, Kyle
Moore, William
Moreno, Knowshon
Murphy, Louis
Nelson, Shawn
Nicks, Hakeem
Ogletree, Kevin
Oher, Michael
Orakpo, Brian
Pettigrew, Brandon
Phillips, Jason
Raji, BJ
Robinson, Duke
Robiske, Brian
Sanchez, Mark
Scott, Dorrell
Sidbury, Lawrence
Smith, Alphonso
Smith, Andre
Smith, Deangelo
Smith, Jason
Smith, Sean
Tate, Brandon
Taylor, Terrance
Thomas, Mike
Trent, Morgan
Tupou, Fenuki
Wells, Chris
Sintim, Clint
Stafford, Matthew
Ubrik, Kraig
Unger, Max
Vaughn, Chip
White, Pat
Williams, Derrick
Wood, Eric

nickademus
03-23-2009, 09:06 AM
The NY Jets Select at 114 in the OM Mock I:

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Kyle Moore</TD></TR><TR><TD align=right colSpan=2>Height: 6-5 | Weight: 272 | 40-Time: 4.90 </TD></TR><TR><TD vAlign=top align=middle>http://www.draftcountdown.com/playerphotos/de/kylemoore.jpg
Official Bio (http://usctrojans.cstv.com/sports/m-footbl/mtt/moore_kyle00.html)

http://www.draftcountdown.com/images/stars/two.gif </TD><TD vAlign=top>Strengths:
Excellent size with terrific bulk...Has a large frame with very long arms...Decent athleticism...Pretty good strength and flashes some power...Does a nice job of shedding blocks...Holds his ground and is solid against the run... Good intangibles ...Had a nice senior campaign.

Weaknesses:
Lacks great timed speed...Isn't real quick or agile...Marginal instincts and awareness...Not a dynamic pass rusher...Doesn't always plays with proper leverage... Toughness has been questioned ...Upside is limited.

Notes:
Father was in the Army...Was born in Germany and lived in Europe...A two-year starter...Named the Trojans’ Most Inspirational Player in 2008...Led Southern Cal in sacks as a senior...Missed two games with a sprained knee in 2005...Had arthroscopic knee surgery prior to 2008 spring practice...Had his best season by far as a senior and really improved his draft stock...Not a feared sack artist but could carve out a niche as a base end at the next level...Was overshadowed by all the elite talent on the SC defense but is a fine pro prospect in his own right.
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Snarfalicious
03-23-2009, 10:23 AM
With the 116th Selection of the 2009 NFL Draft, The Tampa Bay Bucs (Snarf-Snarf) select Michael Bennett DE, Texas A&M.

Michael Bennett
Height: 6-4 | Weight: 271 | Position:DE | College: Texas A&M

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Positives: Tall with a strong upper body and long arms. … Can play on the strong or weak side because of his length and strength. … Can push the tackle into the quarterback when one-on-one, using a strong bull rush. … Uses his hands to gain an edge or rip off tackles. … Flashes the initial burst to gain an advantage on the tackle, forcing him off-balance. … At least adequate to adjust in close quarters and collapse laterally. … Long arms allow him to reach ballcarriers coming through the hole. … Can spin to get off of blocks and change direction. Negatives: A bit of a "tweener" who lacks great explosiveness off the edge and great bulk to handle double-team blocking on the power side. … Lacks great change-of-direction skills in the open field. … Must improve his backfield awareness to prevent losing track of the ball and getting fooled by misdirection. … Too often blindly rushes upfield, abandoning his containment responsibilities. … Needs an open lane to close quickly on the ballcarrier. … Suspended for one game in 2008 for an undisclosed violation of team rules.

azbroncfan
03-23-2009, 05:55 PM
With 117th pick in the draft the Philadelphia Eagles select OT Xavier Fulton from Illinois.

Pick made at 5 pm PST

MagicHef
03-23-2009, 10:23 PM
With the 118th pick in the draft, The Bills select:

Cody Brown, OLB, Connecticut

Strengths:
A fantastic athlete...Good speed with a burst to close...Quick and agile...Excellent mobility and range...Fluid and smooth...Great change of direction skills...Does a nice job in space...Uses his hands well...Tough and competitive...Has special teams potential...Versatile with some experience at linebacker ... Solid intangibles ... Productive.

Weaknesses:
Does not have the height or bulk that you look for...Needs to get stronger...Lacks great instincts and awareness...Repertoire of pass rush moves is limited...Is a liability against the run...Can get physically manhandled and pushed around at times...Needs to play with better leverage...Minor durability concerns...Might have to change positions.

Notes:
A three-year starter...Became the first true freshman to start a game on either the offensive or defensive lines during UConn’s Division I-A era...Missed the 2005 season finale against Louisville with an injury...Missed more than half of the 2006 season with a broken arm...Makes a lot of impact plays behind the line of scrimmage and really knows how to get after the quarterback...Undersized 'tweener whose best fit at the next level might come as a 3-4 outside linebacker.

Northman
03-23-2009, 11:51 PM
With the 119th pick the Baltimore Ravens select:

Kevin Ogletree
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School: Virginia
Position: WR
Height: 6'1
Weight: 196

Analysis

Lanky frame with room for additional muscle mass. Has some burst off the snap and uses his size and hands well to get off the snap cleanly. Can stick his foot in the ground and break laterally to create separation. Strong, secure hands. Good body control to adjust to the poorly thrown pass. Uses his size well to maintain his advantage over smaller cornerbacks. Has the strength to run through arm tackles in space. Times his leaps well and can pluck the ball out of the air. Can track the ball over either shoulder.

eddie mac
03-24-2009, 10:48 AM
With 120th pick of the OM I GM Mock Draft 2009 the New England Patriots select

Scott McKillop ILB Pittsburgh

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.


Draft Selections
1-31 Connor Barwin OLB/TE Cincinnati
2-58 Jarron Gilbert DE San Jose State
3-66 Juaquin Iglesias WR Oklahoma
3-89 Michael Hamlin S Clemson
3-Comp A Andre Brown RB North Carolina State
4-99 Terrance Taylor NT Michigan
4-120 Scott McKillop ILB Pittsburgh
4-128
5-130
5-151
5-Comp B
6-163
6-186
6-Comp B
7-194
7-217

Selection made at 10-45 am MST, JCM and the Atlanta Falcons are OTC.

JCMElway
03-24-2009, 10:30 PM
In the 4th round the Atlanta Falcons select:

Gerald McRath, LB, So. 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.

nickademus
03-25-2009, 09:19 AM
since I only checked the alpa list and didnt see moore on that list I pulled the trigger on a player who had already been selected. My bad.

The jets select with the 114 pick in the OM draft:

Mitch King DL, Iowa

Mediator12
03-25-2009, 11:08 AM
Indianapolis selects:

Sherrod Martin CB/S Troy

with its fourth round selction.

NFLBRONCO
03-25-2009, 12:18 PM
Miami selects

DeAngelo Smith CB Cincinnati

Pick made

12:17 pm mst

Kaylore
03-25-2009, 10:41 PM
With the 125th pick in the 2009 draft, the Carolina panthers are pleased to select

Defensive Tackle from Texas
Roy Miller

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Roy Miller is a longhorn which means all the CU homers pretend he's worse than he is. Probably a third round value, slipping to the fourth behooves the unbiased Panthers to help shore up their interior. Even if he doesn't, I got this awesome picture of him holding the flag. That is enough for me. :approve:

OSKIE!!! Is on the clock.

Broncoman13
03-25-2009, 11:03 PM
The New York Football Giants select WR, BRANDON TATE, North Carolina.

A top 20 talent derailed by injury, the Giants are happy to take a chance on him in the back end of round four. There's another guy I want, but I wanted to ensure my selection of Tate. And, while he may be similar to Derrick Williams whom I selected in the bottom of round 2, the Giants have some opening at the receiver position and need to get younger. Plus, you never turn down an opportunity for a premier return man, which Tate obviously is!

Florida_Bronco
03-26-2009, 12:49 PM
The Titans select Fenuki Tupou, OL from Oregon. Pick made at 2:50pm EST

eddie mac
03-26-2009, 07:47 PM
With pick 4-128 of the 2009 OM I GM Mock Draft the New England Patriots select

Joe Burnett CB UCF

Overview
Burnett made headlines since starting as a freshman because of his skills as a cornerback (16 career interceptions, 35 pass breakups) and return man (three punt, two kickoff returns for touchdown). The four-year starter was named first-team All-Conference USA at cornerback and kickoff and punt returner as a senior. A bit smaller and slower than most teams would like in a starter, Burnett is a strong, confident Tampa-2 corner in the making

Analysis
Positives: Confident and a leader on the field. ... Stronger than you'd expect for his size. ... Good vertical, able to make a play on jump balls. ... Solid hands for the interception and is elusive enough to make yardage after the catch. ... Good recovery and closing speed -- is never out of a play. ... Nice hand-eye coordination to break up passes. ... Quality kickoff and punt returner because he has solid hands, good vision and patience, hits the open lane hard, makes the first man miss and runs through arm tackles.



Negatives: A bit small and light to handle larger NFL receivers, although he has a good lower-body build. ... Lacks elite top-end speed. ... Not particularly strong on the line and struggles to get off blocks. ... Brings pressure as a blitzer but does not finish off the quarterback. ... Usually plays off the receiver in order to get cushion on deep routes. ... More of a cut tackler, does not wrap up often enough. ... Probably best in a zone system with help over the top. ... Is not a typical pro punt returner with great speed and quickness.

Draft Selections
1-31 Connor Barwin OLB/TE Cincinnati
2-58 Jarron Gilbert DE San Jose State
3-66 Juaquin Iglesias WR Oklahoma
3-89 Michael Hamlin S Clemson
3-Comp A Andre Brown RB North Carolina State
4-99 Terrance Taylor NT Michigan
4-120 Scott McKillop ILB Pittsburgh
4-128 Joe Burnett CB UCF
5-131
5-151
5-Comp B
6-163
6-186
6-Comp B
7-194
7-217


Pick made at 7-38 MST, Expatfan and the Steelers are OTC.

BobHorry5
03-26-2009, 09:59 PM
# Johnny Knox, Abilene Christian
Pro Day Results
Combine Invite: Yes
Height: 5114
Weight: 185
40 Yrd Dash: 4.29
20 Yrd Dash: 2.53
10 Yrd Dash: 1.47 225 Lb. Bench Reps:
Vertical Jump: 35
Broad Jump: 10'02"
20 Yrd Shuttle: 4.15
3-Cone Drill: 6.81

WR Johnny Knox (5-11 3/4, 181 pounds) stood on his combine numbers for the workout drills, but looked great catching the ball in the position drills. – Gil Brandt, NFL.com

BowlenBall
03-26-2009, 10:43 PM
With 129th pick of the OM Mock Draft I, the Pittsburgh Steelers select:

WR Austin Collie, BYU

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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:
8:45 a.m. UTC +4 (Abu Dhabi)
12:45 a.m. North American Eastern Time Zone
11:45 p.m. North American Central Time Zone
10:45 p.m. Mountain Time Zone
9:45 p.m. Pacific Time Zone
8:45 p.m. Alaska Standard Time

The Chicago Bears (and SoDak) are on the clock.

SoDak Bronco
03-27-2009, 09:38 AM
Da Bears and SoDak Bronco Select - Javon Ringer -RB Mich ST.

Height: 5-91/8 | Weight: 205 | 40-Time: 4.55
Official Bio
Strengths:
Good bulk with a solid frame...Very athletic and has a burst...Great balance and agility...Nice vision and instincts...Real strong and runs hard...Tough and plays bigger than he is...Has very good hands...Good route runner...Does a nice job in pass protection...Has the ability to run inside and outside...Runs low to the ground and is difficult for defenders to locate...Competitive...Amazing work ethic...Team leader.
Weaknesses:
Shorter than you would prefer...Body is maxed out...Average speed and is not very explosive...Not a great short-yardage option...Isn't a big play threat...Not overly elusive...Goes down too easily...Might not be able to carry the load in the pros...Durability is a concern...Upside?
Notes:
Ranks 2nd on the Spartans all-time rushing list...Doak Walker Award finalist as a senior...1st Team All-Big Ten selection and a Walter Camp All-American in 2008...Tore the ACL in his right knee as a senior in high school...Missed time with a knee injury in 2006...Sat out spring practice in 2008 while he nursed a shoulder ailment...Worked in a rotation with Jehuu Caulcrick early on in his career...Saw his role expanded as a senior and came through with a huge final campaign, ranking among the nation's leaders in rushing and touchdowns...Led the nation in carries in 2008 and put a lot of mileage on his tires...The type who does everything well but nothing great...Probably doesn't profile as a full-time starter in the NFL but his all-around talents and top-notch intangibles lead you to believe he can be a valuable backup.

Broncoman13
03-27-2009, 05:13 PM
The Giants select RB Mike Goodson, Texas A&M.

Height: 5-10 7/8 | Weight: 208 | 40-Time: 4.43


Not really a Giants type and somewhat similar to Bradshaw, but his speed is outstanding and he wouldn't be the workhorse on the team. Mayock has him as his 5th best RB and while I don't know that he is better than guys like Jennings or Brown, I think as a change of pace back he could be a very good piece on any team... especially as a 3rd down back.

Positives: Lean, athletic build, but one that seems better suited to wide receiver in the NFL. Rare speed and agility. Quick to and through the hole. Can make defenders miss in tight spaces and flashes exceptional elusiveness in the open field. Rare balance and the ability to cut at top speed in either direction. Experienced receiver out of the backfield. Runs with functional power, despite less than ideal strength, as he keeps his legs churning and spins out of tackles. A threat to go the distance every time he has the ball in his hands. Lacks experience as a special teams returner, but has the potential to be a standout in this area -- much like former Aggie Dante Hall.

JCMElway
03-28-2009, 12:47 AM
Round 1

1 1-1 Lions - Brncs_Fan -- Eugene Monroe, T, Virginia
2 1-2 Rams - Rohirrim -- Michael Crabtree, WR, Texas Tech
3 1-3 Chiefs - theDave -- Matthew Stafford, QB, Georgia
4 1-4 Broncos - Drek -- Aaron Curry, LB, Wake Forest
5 1-5 Raiders -- Rugbythug -- Jason Smith, OT, Baylor
6 1-6 Bengals - Killericon -- B.J. Raji, DT, Boston College
7 1-7 Browns -- Southstnd Junkie -- Brian Orakpo, DE, Texas
8 1-8 Jaguars - Arkie -- Andre Smith, OT, Alabama
9 1-9 Packers – Dbroncos4life -- Everette Brown, DE, Florida State
10 1-10 49ers - Hawk's Boys -- Malcolm Jenkins, FS, Ohio State
11 1-11 Chargers - Carmello15 -- Michael Oher, OT, Ole Miss
12 1-12 Seahawks - Socolorado -- Jeremy Maclin, WR, Missouri
13 1-13 Redskins - Broncom4ever - Darius Heyward-Bey, WR, Maryland
14 1-14 Saints - Ludo -- Brian Cushing, LB, USC
15 1-15 Texans - Chaz -- Tyson Jackson, DE, LSU
16 1-16 Bills - Magichef -- Alex Mack, C, Cal
17 1-17 Jets - Nickademus -- Percy Harvin, WR, Florida
18 1-18 Bears - Sodak -- Mark Sanchez, QB, USC
19 1-19 Buccaneers - Snarfalicious -- Knowshon Moreno, RB, Georgia
20 1-20 Lions(Cowboys)-Brncs_Fan - Alphonso Smith, CB, Wake Forest
21 1-21 Eagles - AZBroncfan -- Chris Wells, RB, OSU
22 1-22 Vikings - Gyldenlove -- Eben Britton, OT, Arizona
23 1-23 Cardinals - TheReverend - Rey Maualuga, LB, USC
24 1-24 Falcons - JCMElway -- Piera Jerry, DT, Ole Miss
25 1-25 Dolphins - NFLBRONCO -- Hakeem Nicks, WR, UNC
26 1-26 Ravens - Northman -- Kenny Britt, WR, Rutgers
27 1-27 Colts - Mediator -- Clay Matthews, LB, USC
28 1-28 Eagles (Panthers) - AZBroncfan - Vontae Davis, CB, Illinois
29 1-29 Lions -- brncs fan - James Lauriniatis, LB, OSU
30 1-30 Titans - Florida Bronco -- Evander Hood, DT, Mizzou
31 1-31 Patriots - Eddie Mac -- Connor Barwin, OLB, Cincinnati
32 1-32 Steelers - Expatfan -- Aaron Maybin, DE, Penn State

Round 2

33 2-1 Giants - OSKIE!!! - Brandon Pettigrew, TE, Tennessee
34 2-2 Chiefs -- theDave - Max Unger, C, Oregon
35 2-3 Rams -- Rohirrim - Patrick Chung, S, Oregon
36 2-4 Browns -- Southstnd Junkie - LeSean McCoy, RB, Pitt
37 2-5 Seahawks -- Socolorado - Sean Smith, DB, Utah
38 2-6 Bengals -- killericon - William Beatty, OT, Connecticut
39 2-7 Jaguars -- Arkie -- Josh Freeman, QB, Kansas State
40 2-8 Raiders -- Rugbythug - Michael Johnson, DE, Georgia Tech
41 2-9 Packers -- DBroncos4life - Jared Cook, TE, South Carolina
42 2-10 Vikings -- Gyldenlove - Brian Robiske, WR, Ohio State
43 2-11 49ers -- Hawk's Boys - Phil Loadholt, OT, Oklahoma
44 2-12 Dolphins (Redskins) -- NFLBRONCO - Larry English, DE, Northern Illinois
45 2-13 Giants (Saints) -- OSKIE! - William Moore, S, Mizzou
46 2-14 Texans - Chaz - Donald Brown, RB, Connecticut
47 2-15 Rams (Chargers, Pats) - Rohirrim - Jamon Meredith, OT, S Carolina
48 2-16 Seahawks - Socolorado - Ron Brace, DT, Boston College
49 2-17 Bears - Sodak - Robert Ayers, DE, Tennessee
50 2-18 Buccaneers - Snarfalicious - Darius Butler, CB, UConn
51 2-19 Cowboys - BFDD -- Rashad Johnson, S, Alabama
52 2-20 Jets - Nickademus -- Clint Sintim, LB, Virgina
53 2-21 Eagles - AzBroncFan -- Louis Delmas, FS, Western Michigan
54 2-22 Bills - Magichef - Duke Robinson, G, Oklahoma
55 2-23 Falcons - JCMElway - Marcus Freeman, LB, Ohio State
56 2-24 Dolphins - NFLBRONCO -- Pat White, QB/WR, West Virginia
57 2-25 Ravens - Northman - Shawn Nelson, TE, So. Miss
58 2-26 Patriots - Eddie Mac - Jarron Gilbert, DE, San Jose State
59 2-27 Panthers - Kaylore - Paul Kruger, DE, Utah
60 2-28 Giants - OSKIE! - Derrick Williams, WE, Penn State
61 2-29 Colts - Mediator -- James Casey, WR/TE, Rice
62 2-30 Titans - Florida Bronco -- D.J Moore, CB, Vanderbilt
63 2-31 Cardinals - TheReverend -- Senderick Marks, DT, Auburn
64 2-32 Steelers - Expatfan -- Jarius Byrd, CB, Oregon

Round 3

65 3-1 Giants - OSKIE! - Fili Moala, DT, USC
66 3-2 Patriots - Eddie Mac -- Juaquin Iglesias, WR, Oklahoma
67 3-3 Chiefs - The Dave - Jasper Brinkley, LB, South Carolina
68 3-4 Seahawks - Socalorado - Shonn Greene, RB, Iowa
69 3-5 Cowboys (Browns) BFDD - Darry Beckwith, LB LSU
70 3-6 Bengals - Killericon - Eric Wood, C Louisville
71 3-7 Raiders - Rugbythug - Ramses Barden, WR, Cal Poly
72 3-8 Jaguars - Arkie - Mike Mickens, CB, Cincinnati
73 3-9 Packers - DBroncos4life - Andy Levitre, G, Oregon State
74 3-10 49ers - Hawk's Boys - Rhett Bomar, QB, Sam Houston State
75 3-11 Redskins - Broncoman4ever - Rashad Jennings, RB, Liberty
76 3-12 Jets (Saints) - Nickademus - Kraig Ubrik, OL, Wisconsin
77 3-13 Texans - Chaz - David Bruton, FS, Notre Dame
78 3-14 Chargers - Carmello15 - Victor "Macho" Harris, S, Virginia Tech
79 3-15 Broncos - Drek - Lawrence Sidbury, DE/OLB, Richmond
80 3-16 Bills - Magichef - Cornelius Ingram, TE, Florida
81 3-17 Buccaneers - Snarf - Tyrone McKenzie OLB USF.
82 3-18 Lions (Cowboys) - Brncs_Fan - Alex Magee, DT, Purdue
83 3-19 Packers (Jets) - DBroncos4life - Chris Baker DT/NT, Hampton.
84 3-20 Bears - Sodak - Louis Murphy, WR, Florida
85 3-21 Eagles - AZBroncfan - Chase Coffman, TE, Mizzou
86 3-22 Vikings - Gyldenlove - Asher Allen, CB, Georgia
87 3-23 Dolphins - NFLBRONCO - Morgan Trent, CB, Michigan
88 3-24 Ravens - Northman - Jason Phillips, LB, TCU
89 3-25 Patriots - Eddie Mac - Michael Hamlin, SS, Clemson
90 3-26 Falcons - JCMElway - Chip Vaughn, SS, Wake Forest
91 3-27 Lions - Brncs Fan - Trevor Canfield, OG, Cincinnati
92 3-28 Colts - Mediator - Dorrell Scott, DT, Clemson
93 3-29 Panthers - Kaylore - Nate Davis, QB, Ball State
94 3-30 Titans - Florida Bronco - Antoine Caldwell, C, Alabama
95 3-31 Cardinals - TheReverend - Jonathan Luigs, C, Arkansas
96 3-32 Steelers - Expatfan - Coye Francies, CB, San Jose State
Comp 3A - Patriots - Eddie Mac - Andre Brown, RB, North Carolina St
Comp 3B - Steelers - Expatfan - Gerald Cadogan, OT, Penn State
Comp 3C - Bengals - Killericon -Dannell Ellerbe, LB, Georgia
Comp 3D - Cardinals - TheReverend -Matt Shaughnessy, DE/OLB, Wisconsin

Round 4

97 4-1 Cowboys (Lions) - Herman Johnson OG, LSU
98 4-2 Chiefs - TheDave - Kyle Moore, DE USC
99 4-3 Patriots - Eddie Mac - Terrance Taylor, NT, Michigan
100 4-4 Browns - Southstnd - Keenan Lewis, CB, Oregon State
101 4-5 Seahawks - Socalorado - Zack Follett, OLB, CAL
102 4-6 Bengals - Killericon - Curtis Taylor, Safety LSU
103 4-7 Jaguars - Arkie - Ricky Jean-Francois, DT, LSU
104 4-8 Browns - Southstnd - Frantz Joseph, ILB, Florida Atlantic
105 4-9 Packers - DB4life - Dominique Johnson, CB, Jackson State
106 4-10 Bills - Magichef - Graham Harrell, QB, Texas Tech
107 4-11 49ers - Hawk's Boys - Sammie Lee Hill, DT, Stillman College
108 4-12 Texans - Chaz - Mike Thomas WR Arizona
109 4-13 Bills - Magichef -Brooks Foster, WR, North Carolina
110 4-14 Broncos - Drek - Travis Beckum, TE, Wisconsin
111 4-15 Jets (Redskins) - Nikademus - Darcel McBath, S, Texas Tech
112 4-16 Saints - ludo - Kevin Barnes, CB, Maryland
113 4-17 Cowboys - BobHorry - Johnny Knox, WR, Abilene Christian
114 4-18 Jets - Nickademus - Mitch King DL, Iowa
115 4-19 Bears - Sodak - Tony Kropog, OT, Tulane
116 4-20 Buccaneers - Snarf - Michael Bennett DE, Texas A&M.
117 4-21 Eagles - AZBroncfan - Xavier Fulton, OT, Illinois
118 4-22 Bills - Magichef - Cody Brown, LB, Uconn
119 4-23 Ravens - Northman - Kevin Ogletree, WR, Virginia
120 4-24 Patriots - Eddie Mac - Scott McKillop ILB Pittsburgh
121 4-25 Falcons - JCMElway - Gerald McRath, LB, So. Miss
122 4-26 Dolphins - NFLBRONCO - DeAngelo Smith CB Cincinnati
124 4-27 Colts - Mediator - Sherrod Martin CB/S Troy
125 4-28 Panthers - Kaylore - Roy Miller, DT, Texas
126 4-29 Giants - Oskie - Brandon Tate, WR, UNC
127 4-30 Titans - Florida Bronco- Fenuki Tupou, OL, Oregon
128 4-31 Patriots - Eddie Mac - Joe Burnett, CB, UCF
129 4-32 Steelers - Expatfan - WR Austin Collie, BYU
Comp 4A - Bears - Sodak -- Javon Ringer, RB, Michigan State
Comp 4B - Giants - Oskie - Mike Goodson, RB. Texas A&M
Comp 4C - Chargers - Carmello15 - Vance Walker, DE, Georgia Tech
Comp 4D - Chargers - Carmello15 - Louis Vasquez, G, Texas Tech
Comp 4D - Titans - Florida Bronco - Jarett Dillard, WR, Rice
Comp 4E - Colts - Mediator - Jason Williams, OLB, Western Illinois

Round 5
129 5-1 Lions - Brncs Fan - Matt Shaughnessy, DE, Wisconsin
130 5-2 Patriots - Eddie Mac - Brandon Gibson, WR, Washington State
131 5-3 Chiefs - theDave - Worrell Williams, OLB, Cal
132 5-4 Broncos (Seahawks) - Drek - Alex Fletcher, OG/C, Stanford
133 5-5 Eagles (Browns) - AZBroncfan - Brandon Williams, DE, Texas Tech
134 5-6 Bengals - Killericon - Joshua Mauga, LB, Nevada
135 5-7 Eagles (Raiders, Falcons) - AZBrnc - TJ Lang, OL, E Michigan
136 5-8 Jaguars - Arkie - Patrick Turner WR USC
137 5-9 Packers - DB4life - Lydon Murtha, OT, Nebraska
138 5-10 49ers - Hawk's Boys - Time has lapsed, please select!;D
139 5-11 Bills - Magichef - James Davis, RB, Clemson
140 5-12 Bills - Magichef - Henry Melton, DE, USC
141 5-13 Broncos - Drek - Deon Butler, WR/CB, Penn St.
142 5-14 Redskins - Broncoman4ever - Jason Watkins, OT, Florida
143 5-15 Giants (Saints) - Oskie - Cornelius Lewis, OT, Tennessee St
144 5-16 Texans - Chaz - Lee Robinson OLB Alcorn St
145 5-17 Jets - Nickademus - on the clock :D
146 5-18 Bears - Sodak -
147 5-19 Buccaneers - Snarf -
148 5-20 Cowboys - Bobhorry5 -
149 5-21 Falcons (Eagles) - JCMElway -
150 5-22 Bills - Magichef -
151 5-23 Patriots - Eddie Mac -
152 5-24 Falcons - JCMElway -
153 5-25 Dolphins - NFLBRONCO -
154 5-26 Ravens - Northman -
155 5-27 Colts - Mediator
156 5-28 Panthers - Kaylore
157 5-29 Giants - Oskie -
158 5-30 Cowboys (Titans) - Bobhorry5 -
159 5-31 Cardinals - TheRev -
160 5-32 Steelers - Expatfan -
Comp5A - 49ers - Hawk's Boys -
Comp 5B - Patriots - Eddie Mac -
Comp 5C - Cowboys - Bobhorry5 -
Comp 5D - Titans - Florida Bronco -

Round 6

161 6-1 Lions - Broncs fan -
162 6-2 Chiefs - theDave
163 6-3 Patriots - Eddie Mac
164 6-4 Browns - Southstnd -
165 6-5 Seahawks - Socalorado -
166 6-6 Bengals - Killericon -
167 6-7 Jaguars - Arkie -
168 6-8 Raiders - Rugbythug -
169 6-9 Packers - DB4Life -
170 6-10 Bills - Magichef -
171 6-11 49ers - Hawk's Boys -
172 6-12 Broncos - Drek -
173 6-13 Bills - Magichef -
174 6-14 Packers (Saints) - DB4life -
175 6-15 Texans - Chaz -
176 6-16 Bills - Magichef -
177 6-17 Jets - Nickademus -
178 6-18 Bears - Sodak -
179 6-19 Bears (Buccs) - Sodak -
180 6-20 Lions - Brncs Fan -
181 6-21 Eagles - AZBroncfan -
182 6-22 Eagles (Vikings) - AZBroncfan -
183 6-23 Falcons - JCMElway
184 6-24 Cowboys (Dolphins) - Bobhorry5 -
185 6-25 Ravens - Northman -
186 6-26 Patriots - Eddie Mac -
187 6-27 Panthers - Kaylore
188 6-28 Giants - Oskie -
189 6-29 Colts - Mediator -
190 6-30 Titans - Florida Bronco
191 6-31 Cardinals - theRev -
192 6-32 Steelers - Expatfan -
Comp 6A - Titans - Florida Bronco -
Comp 6B - Patriots - Eddie Mac
Comp 6C - Cowboys - BFDD
Comp 6D - Bengals - Killericon
Comp 6E - 49ers - Hawk's Boys

Round 7

193 7-1 Cowboys (Lions) - Bobhorry5 -
194 7-2 Patriots - Eddie Mac
195 7-3 Buccaneers (Chiefs) - Snarf -
196 7-4 Seahawks - Socalorado -
197 7-5 Browns - Southstnd -
198 7-6 Bengals - Killericon -
199 7-7 Raiders - Rugbythug -
200 7-8 Buccaneers (Jaguars) - Snarf -
201 7-9 Packers - DB4life -
202 7-10 49ers - Hawk's Boys -
203 7-11 Bills - Magichef -
204 7-12 Vikings (Redskins) - Gyldenlove -
205 7-13 Saints - Ludo -
206 7-14 Texans - Chaz -
207 7-15 Bills - Magichef -
208 7-16 Broncos - Drek -
209 7-17 Bears - Sodak -
210 7-18 Steelers (Bucs) - Expatfan -
211 7-19 Cowboys - Bobhorry5 -
212 7-20 Jets - Nickademus -
213 7-21 Falcons (Eagles) - JCMElway -
214 7-22 Vikings - Gyldenlove -
215 7-23 Dolphins - NFLBRONCO -
216 7-24 Ravens - Northman
217 7-25 Patriots - Eddie Mac -
218 7-26 Broncos (Falcons) - Drek -
219 7-27 Giants - Oskie -
220 7-28 Colts - Mediator -
221 7-29 Panthers - Kaylore
222 7-30 Titans - Florida Bronco
223 7-31 Cardinals - theRev -
224 7-32 Steelers - Expatfan -
Com 7A - Tennessee - Florida Bronco -
Comp 7B - Wash - Broncoman4ever -
Comp 7C - Seattle - Socalorado -
Comp 7D - Seattle - Socalorado -
Comp 7E - Chicago - Sodak -
Comp 7F - Seattle - Socalorado -
Comp 7G - Chicago - Sodak -
Comp 7H - Seattle - Socalorado -
Comp 7I - Jacksonville - Arkie -
Comp 7J - Detroit - Brncs Fan -
Comp 7K - Detroit - Brncs Fan -
Comp 7L - Kansas City - theDave -
Comp 7M - St. Louis - Rohirrim -

Alpha list

Allen, Asher
Ayers, Robert
Baker, Chris
Barden, Ramses
Barnes, Kevin
Barwin, Connor
McBath, Darcel
Beatty, William
Beckum, Travis
Beckwith, Darry
Bennet, Michael
Bomar, Rhett
Brace, Ron
Brinkley, Jasper
Britt, Kenny
Britton, Eben
Brown, Andre
Brown, Cody
Brown, Donald
Brown, Everette
Bruton, David
Burnett, Joe
Butler, Darius
Butler, Deon
Bydr, Jarius
Cadogan, Gerald
Caldwell, Antoine
Canfield, Trevor
Casey, James
Chung, Patrick
Coffman, Chase
Collie, Austin
Cook, Jared
Crabtree, Michael
Curry, Aaron
Cushing, Brian
Davis, James
Davis, Nate
Davis, Vontae
Delmas, Louis
Dillard, Jarret
English, Larry
Fletcher, Alex
Follett, Zach
Foster, Brooks
Francies, Coye
Freeman, Josh
Freeman, Marcus
Fulton, Xavier
Gibson, Brandon
Gilbert, Jarron
Goodson, Mike
Greeene, Shonn
Hamlin, Michael
Harrell, Graham
Harris, Victor
Harvin, Percy
Heyward-Bey, Darius
Hill, Sammie Lee
Hood, Evander
Iglesias, Juaquin
Ingram, Cornelius
Jackson, Tyson
Jean-Francois, Ricky
Jenkins, Malcolm
Jennings, Rashad
Jerry, Piera
Joesph, Frantz
Johnson, Dominique
Johnson, Herman
Johnson, Michael
Johnson, Rashad
Knox, Johnny
Kropog, Tony
Kruger, Paul
Lang, TJ
Laurinaitis, James
Levitre, Andy
Lewis, Keenan
Loadholt, Phil
Lugis, Johnathan
McCoy, LeSean
Mack, Alex
Maclin, Jeremy
Marks, SenDerrick
Martin, Sherrod
Matthews, Clay
Maualuga, Rey
Mauga, Joshua
Maybin, Aaron
Mays, Sendrick
McKenzie, Tyrone
McKillop, Scott
McRath, Gerald
Melton, Henry
Meredith, Jamon
Mickens, Mike
Miller, Roy
Moala, Fili
Monroe, Eugene
Moore, DJ
Moore, Kyle
Moore, William
Moreno, Knowshon
Murphy, Louis
Murtha, Lydon
Nelson, Shawn
Nicks, Hakeem
Ogletree, Kevin
Oher, Michael
Orakpo, Brian
Pettigrew, Brandon
Phillips, Jason
Raji, BJ
Ringer, Javon
Robinson, Duke
Robiske, Brian
Sanchez, Mark
Scott, Dorrell
Sidbury, Lawrence
Shaughnessy, Matt
Sintim, Clint
Smith, Alphonso
Smith, Andre
Smith, Deangelo
Smith, Jason
Smith, Sean
Stafford, Matthew
Tate, Brandon
Taylor, Terrance
Thomas, Mike
Trent, Morgan
Tupou, Fenuki
Turner, Patrick
Ubrik, Kraig
Unger, Max
Vasquez, Louis
Vaughn, Chip
Walker, Vance
Watkins, Jason
Wells, Chris
White, Pat
Williams, Brandon
Williams, Derrick
Williams, Jason
Williams, Worrell
Wood, Eric

Carmelo15
03-28-2009, 04:15 PM
The San Diego Chargers Select Vance Walker, DE, Georgia Tech
http://johnmayer.com/blogs/scotty/sc_08-11-02_3.jpg

Height: 6-1<SUP>7/8</SUP> | Weight: 304 | 40-Time: 5.35

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.

Carmelo15
03-28-2009, 04:39 PM
The San Diego Chargers select Louis "The Super Hero Indian" Vasquez, OG, Texas Tech

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

Strengths:
The drafts strongest man.

Weaknesses:
None.

Notes:
In his previous life was a famous Mountain Man. http://home.att.net/~mman/VasquezLouis.htm

Florida_Bronco
03-29-2009, 12:55 AM
The Tennessee Titans select WR Jarett Dillard from Rice. The pick was made at 2:55 EST.

Mediator12
03-29-2009, 10:13 AM
With the last comp selection of the fourth Round, The Indianapolis Colts Select :

Jason Williams OLB Western Illinois


The Lions and BrncsFan are on the clock.

brncs_fan
03-29-2009, 11:07 AM
With the first pick in the fifth round, the Lions select:

Jonathan Casillas, OLB, Wisconsin

The pick was made at 12:07 CST. The Patriots are on the clock.

eddie mac
03-29-2009, 02:17 PM
With pick 5-130 in the 2009 OM GM Mock Draft I, the New England Patriots select:

Brandon Gibson WR Washington State

Overview
Gibson's production took a downturn as a senior, mostly because of constant double-teams and poor quarterback/offensive line play. He went from being the Pac-10's leading receiver in 2007 (67 receptions for 1,180 yards and nine touchdowns) to making only 57 catches for 673 yards and two scores this past season.



Gibson still has NFL size, speed and hands, and his experience as a feature receiver in multiple offenses makes him one of the more NFL-ready senior receivers. He also boasts NFL bloodlines, as his uncle, Vaughn Williams, was a defensive back for the San Francisco 49ers and Indianapolis Colts. Had an arm span of 32 inches and a hand span of 9 1/4 inches at the combine.

Analysis
Positives: Legitimate NFL size. Good height and has the frame to handle NFL punishment. Has the quickness, bulk and strength to fight through the jam at the line of scrimmage. At least adequate straight-line speed to challenge defenders deep. Can track the ball over either shoulder. Can sink his hips, stick his foot in the ground and explode out his breaks, creating separation against even the best of cornerbacks. Soft hands and can snatch the ball out of the air. Good body control to contort his body and make the tough catch in traffic. Courageous over the middle. Effective red-zone target. Cognizant downfield blocker. Showed good toughness last year fighting through knee and heal injuries. Three-year kick returner.



Negatives: Possesses good, not great deep speed. Demonstrates good overall athleticism, but doesn't consistently produce yards after the catch. Struggled with drops during Senior Bowl practices. Marginal elusiveness in the open field. Experienced kick returner, but not necessarily a candidate to do so at the next level. Plagued by a knee and heal injuries in 2007.

Draft Selections
1-31 Connor Barwin OLB/TE Cincinnati
2-58 Jarron Gilbert DE San Jose State
3-66 Juaquin Iglesias WR Oklahoma
3-89 Michael Hamlin S Clemson
3-Comp A Andre Brown RB North Carolina State
4-99 Terrance Taylor NT Michigan
4-120 Scott McKillop ILB Pittsburgh
4-128 Joe Burnett CB UCF
5-131 Brandon Gibson WR Washington State
5-151
5-Comp B
6-163
6-186
6-Comp B
7-194
7-217


Selection made at 3-15pm CST, Kansas City and The Dave are OTC

TheDave
03-29-2009, 05:02 PM
With their 1st pick in 5th round the Kansas City Cheifs select :

Worrell Williams, OLB (http://www.nfl.com/combine/players?filterType=positionGroup&filterCond=LB)


Height:
5'11"
Weight:
240
College:
California (http://www.nfl.com/combine/players?filterType=college&filterCond=California)
Conference:
Pac 10 (http://www.nfl.com/combine/players?filterType=conference&filterCond=Pac 10)
Hometown:
Sacramento, CA
High School:
Grant Union


http://www.dailycal.org/photos/20080813/102253-worrell2-02.jpg

Analysis

Positives: Stout, powerful frame. ... Legitimate NFL athlete. ... Good straight-line speed. ... Good initial quickness and smooth acceleration. ... At least adequate agility in space to be effective in coverage. ... Good upper-body strength, flashing explosiveness in disengaging from blocks and as a hitter. ... Can separate the ball from the ballcarrier due to his explosive hitting. ... Good balance and can break down to make the open-field tackle. ... Times blitzes and stunts well to get to the quarterback. ... Versatile defender with starting experience at middle and weak-side linebacker. ... Good bloodlines. Brother, D.J. Williams, is a linebacker with the Denver Broncos.


Negatives: Shorter than scouts would prefer. ... Bit of a "tweener." ... Lacks the instincts teams want inside. ... Overaggressive. ... Bites on play-action and too often is out of position. ... Lacks the speed and agility for coverage preferred to move outside. ... Inconsistent. Can make the eye-popping hit, but then disappear for the rest of the game.

Overview
A versatile athlete who has seen action in the middle linebacker and at weak-side linebacker in the 4-3 alignment, as well as inside linebacker in the 3-4, Williams has the production (246 career tackles) and versatility to warrant consideration in the middle rounds. Like his older brother, Denver Broncos' standout D.J. Williams, Worrell has many of the physical characteristics scouts are looking for but his marginal instincts for the position make him a lesser player than athlete. Despite starting the past three years and showing a propensity for flashy plays, Williams has only once earned all-conference accolades by Pac-10 coaches -- honorable mention as a senior.

High School
A SuperPrep and PrepStar All-American who tallied 94 tackles, six sacks, four fumble recoveries and one interception ... Rivals.com ranked him the No. 6 outside linebacker in the nation, the No. 16 overall player in California and the No. 18 player among its Super West 60 list ... PrepStar placed him on its All-West Team ... Also rushed for 738 yards and 11 touchdowns on 106 carries, while catching three passes for 53 yards and another TD as a bruising running back ... Completed 26-of-62 passes for 441 yards, five touchdowns as a quarterback ... Selected the No. 22 linebacker in the nation by TheInsiders.com, which also slotted him as the No. 47 overall player in the Pac-10 region ... Tabbed second team all-state as a multi-purpose player by Calhisports.com ... The sixth-best overall player in Northern California by NorCalPreps.com.

Pick was made at 5:03 MST on 3/29/2009

Drek
03-29-2009, 05:41 PM
With the first of two 5th round picks the Denver Broncos select...

Alex Fletcher, OG/C, Stanford.

http://media.scout.com/Media/Image/56/561391.jpg

While Fletcher has been overshadowed by Alex Mack and Max Unger, he's been a very good player for Stanford at both OG and C as well as an excellent team captain. Impressive workouts (most notably 30 and 31 bench reps at the combine and his pro day) show that despite being slightly under sized he's got the strength needed to handle the NFL game.

Between Fletcher and Lichtenstieger the Broncos would have two solid middle round interior OLs who have the power needed to handle bigger guards in man situations and the agility to pull in a zone scheme.

Pick made at 1840 CST.

azbroncfan
03-29-2009, 07:45 PM
With the 133 pick in the NFL draft the Philadelphia Eagles select DE Brandon Williams from Texas Tech.

Pick was made at 645 PST

Killericon
03-29-2009, 09:45 PM
With the 134th overall pick in the 2009 NFL Draft, the Cincinnatti Bengals proudly select Joshua Mauga, Linebacker from Nevada.

http://assets.espn.go.com/photo/2007/1114/ncf_g_nevada_412.jpg

azbroncfan
03-30-2009, 03:38 PM
With the 135th pick in the draft the Philadelphia Eagles select OT/OG/C from Eastern Michigan

TJ LANG

pick made 245 pst

Arkie
03-30-2009, 04:57 PM
With the 136th pick, the Jacksonville Jaguars select...

Patrick Turner WR USC
6'5", 223

http://static.nfl.com/static/content/catch_all/nfl_image/combine/headshots/81312.jpg

High profile disappointments Mike Williams and Dwayne Jarrett might have tainted scouts' perceptions of tall USC receivers, but a breakout 2008 campaign and subsequent impressive Senior Bowl has scouts rethinking their stance on Turner.

After only flashing the potential promised when the highly-regarded high school recruit from Nashville signed with the Trojans, Turner finally unleashed his talents in his senior season, earning second-team All-Pac-10 accolades by catching 49 passes for 741 yards and 10 touchdowns. With a playmaker opposite him (junior Damian Williams), Turner's 6-5, 221-pound frame and surprisingly quick feet helped him become one of the country's better possession receivers.

If similarly protected in the NFL, he could be the first big receiver from the land of Troy since Keyshawn Johnson to make good on his unique talents. Had an arm span of 33 1/4 inches and a hand span of 9 5/8 inches at the combine.

Positives: Long, lean build with adequate overall muscle development. Long arms and big hands. Good lateral quickness and hand play to get off the line of scrimmage cleanly. Better foot quickness and balance as a route-runner than most receivers of his height. Good vision and willing to cut back inside against the grain to generate yards after the catch. Times his leaps well and has the strength to go up and make the catch with defenders draped on him. Can track over his shoulder and can extend. Stepped up his play as a senior and was a pleasant surprise at the Senior Bowl in Mobile, Ala.

Negatives: Relies on build-up speed to get downfield. Lacks the burst off the snap or out of his breaks to threaten defenders, potentially allowing NFL-caliber cornerbacks to stick in his pocket on underneath and intermediate routes. Not the physical dominator his size would indicate. Doesn't use his size and strength often enough to generate separation from undersized defenders. Lacks the agility in the open field or the strength to run through tackles to be much of a playmaking threat after the reception.

MagicHef
03-31-2009, 05:10 PM
I believe that enough time has passed for the Bills' turn to arrive. My sincerest apologies if it is not actually my turn yet.

The Buffalo Bills, with their back to back picks, select:

James Davis, RB, Clemson

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

Strengths:
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.

AND

Henry Melton, DE, USC

Height: 6-3 1/2 | Weight: 269 | 40-Time: 4.75

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.

Picks made at 5:10pm MST.

Drek
03-31-2009, 06:44 PM
With the 139th pick in the 2009 NFL draft the Denver Broncos select....

Deon Butler, WR/CB, Penn St.

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

Height: 5103
Weight: 182
40 Yrd Dash: 4.31
20 Yrd Dash: 2.50
10 Yrd Dash: 1.47
225 Lb. Bench Reps: 12
Vertical Jump: 34 1/2
Broad Jump: 09'10"
20 Yrd Shuttle: 4.48 (improved to 4.23 at pro day)
3-Cone Drill: 7.01

Butler was a walk on at Happy Valley who initially came in to play corner but was asked early on to move to WR. Since then he's been a four year starter and is the all time receptions leader in Penn St. history. He displayed his elite speed at the combine recently, dispelling myths that doesn't have break away speed.

He's a high character guy with a high football IQ, good fundamentals, and a ton of versatility.

Pick made at 1944 CST.

BroncoMan4ever
03-31-2009, 08:27 PM
With their 5th round pick the Washington Redskins select

JASON WATKINS OT FLORIDA
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DBroncos4life
03-31-2009, 10:09 PM
The Packers select Lydon Murtha OT from Nebraska.

Former top 50 player coming out of HS, a huge flop and NU what else is new lol. Good combine numbers though worth the risk

Broncoman13
04-01-2009, 06:40 AM
The NY Giants select

Cornelius Lewis


Offensive Guard | Senior | Tennessee St.
Height: 6-3 1/2 | Weight: 332 | 40-Time: 5.25


Strengths:
Good size and great bulk...Very athletic...Quick and agile...Has nimble feet...Excellent mobility and range...Strong and powerful...Stout at the point of attack...Gets a good push in the run game...Tough, physical and aggressive...Plays with a nasty demeanor...Offers some versatility.

Weaknesses:
Did not play against elite competition...Inconsistent...Doesn't always utilize proper leverage...Will struggle to protect the edge...Doesn't use his hands well...Isn't a great technician...Has some character concerns.

Notes:
Began his college career at Florida State...Redshirted in 2004 then saw extensive action and even got a handful of starts in 2005...Was twice suspended by the Seminoles for rules violations and fighting before ultimately being dismissed from the team...Did not play at all in 2006...Joined the TSU Tigers in 2007 and immediately assumed a starting job at right tackle...Moved to left tackle in 2008...Twice named 1st Team All-Ohio Valley Conference...Also earned numerous Division I-AA All-American honors as a senior...Will likely kick inside to offensive guard at the next level...Played at a small school but is definitely a big-time talent...Top sleeper with intriguing physical tools.

chaz
04-01-2009, 03:12 PM
The Houston Texans select:

Lee Robinson OLB Alcorn St. (6'2" 249lbs 4.78s)

Positives: Good height and upper-body strength. ... Can bull rush and rip from running back/tight end blocks. ... Nice closing speed, runs downhill to attack ballcarriers. ... Often lines up outside the defensive end in a rushing stance to take advantage of his explosiveness. ... Uses his hands to keep cut blocks off his knees. ... Fights through trash inside to get to the ballcarrier. ... Will hustle down plays. ... Team leader on and off the field.

Negatives: Teams will not know whether he's a versatile inside-outside linebacker or a "tweener" until they have him in training camp. ... High and slow in his backpedal, but can stay with tight ends in short areas. ... Does not change direction well laterally in space. ... Needs to improve his open-field tackling, as he bounces and slides off too easily bigger backs.

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Career Totals: 43 GP, 334 TKL, 51.5 TFL, 20.5 SACK, 11 PBU, 3 INT



The Texans Draft:
1. Tyson Jackson DE
2. Donald Brown RB
3. David Bruton S
4. Mike Thomas WR
5. Lee Robinson OLB



pick made at 4:10pm CST

SoDak Bronco
04-02-2009, 01:48 PM
With the 146th pick the SoDak Bronco/Chicago Bears select-Safety- Derek Pegues- Miss. St.<SCRIPT>function photos(){ window.open("/PictureGallery.aspx?PlayerId=55468&Title=Derek%20Pegues","PhotoGallery","height=450,width=550,statusbar=no,location=no,scro llbars=yes,toolbar=no,resizable=yes"); }</SCRIPT>

Pegues is your classic centerfield type of safety who’s always looking to make a play on the ball. He has great instincts and vision, and anticipates a receiver’s route as the play begins. He has excellent ball skills and a great sense of timing. He’s physical, sheds blocks well and is aggressive in pursuit of a ballcarrier. He’s versatile in the secondary, as well as returning kicks and punts. - Chris Steuber, Scout.com

JCMElway
04-02-2009, 09:17 PM
Round 1

1 1-1 Lions - Brncs_Fan -- Eugene Monroe, T, Virginia
2 1-2 Rams - Rohirrim -- Michael Crabtree, WR, Texas Tech
3 1-3 Chiefs - theDave -- Matthew Stafford, QB, Georgia
4 1-4 Broncos - Drek -- Aaron Curry, LB, Wake Forest
5 1-5 Raiders -- Rugbythug -- Jason Smith, OT, Baylor
6 1-6 Bengals - Killericon -- B.J. Raji, DT, Boston College
7 1-7 Browns -- Southstnd Junkie -- Brian Orakpo, DE, Texas
8 1-8 Jaguars - Arkie -- Andre Smith, OT, Alabama
9 1-9 Packers – Dbroncos4life -- Everette Brown, DE, Florida State
10 1-10 49ers - Hawk's Boys -- Malcolm Jenkins, FS, Ohio State
11 1-11 Chargers - Carmello15 -- Michael Oher, OT, Ole Miss
12 1-12 Seahawks - Socolorado -- Jeremy Maclin, WR, Missouri
13 1-13 Redskins - Broncom4ever - Darius Heyward-Bey, WR, Maryland
14 1-14 Saints - Ludo -- Brian Cushing, LB, USC
15 1-15 Texans - Chaz -- Tyson Jackson, DE, LSU
16 1-16 Bills - Magichef -- Alex Mack, C, Cal
17 1-17 Jets - Nickademus -- Percy Harvin, WR, Florida
18 1-18 Bears - Sodak -- Mark Sanchez, QB, USC
19 1-19 Buccaneers - Snarfalicious -- Knowshon Moreno, RB, Georgia
20 1-20 Lions(Cowboys)-Brncs_Fan - Alphonso Smith, CB, Wake Forest
21 1-21 Eagles - AZBroncfan -- Chris Wells, RB, OSU
22 1-22 Vikings - Gyldenlove -- Eben Britton, OT, Arizona
23 1-23 Cardinals - TheReverend - Rey Maualuga, LB, USC
24 1-24 Falcons - JCMElway -- Piera Jerry, DT, Ole Miss
25 1-25 Dolphins - NFLBRONCO -- Hakeem Nicks, WR, UNC
26 1-26 Ravens - Northman -- Kenny Britt, WR, Rutgers
27 1-27 Colts - Mediator -- Clay Matthews, LB, USC
28 1-28 Eagles (Panthers) - AZBroncfan - Vontae Davis, CB, Illinois
29 1-29 Lions -- brncs fan - James Lauriniatis, LB, OSU
30 1-30 Titans - Florida Bronco -- Evander Hood, DT, Mizzou
31 1-31 Patriots - Eddie Mac -- Connor Barwin, OLB, Cincinnati
32 1-32 Steelers - Expatfan -- Aaron Maybin, DE, Penn State

Round 2

33 2-1 Giants - OSKIE!!! - Brandon Pettigrew, TE, Tennessee
34 2-2 Chiefs -- theDave - Max Unger, C, Oregon
35 2-3 Rams -- Rohirrim - Patrick Chung, S, Oregon
36 2-4 Browns -- Southstnd Junkie - LeSean McCoy, RB, Pitt
37 2-5 Seahawks -- Socolorado - Sean Smith, DB, Utah
38 2-6 Bengals -- killericon - William Beatty, OT, Connecticut
39 2-7 Jaguars -- Arkie -- Josh Freeman, QB, Kansas State
40 2-8 Raiders -- Rugbythug - Michael Johnson, DE, Georgia Tech
41 2-9 Packers -- DBroncos4life - Jared Cook, TE, South Carolina
42 2-10 Vikings -- Gyldenlove - Brian Robiske, WR, Ohio State
43 2-11 49ers -- Hawk's Boys - Phil Loadholt, OT, Oklahoma
44 2-12 Dolphins (Redskins) -- NFLBRONCO - Larry English, DE, Northern Illinois
45 2-13 Giants (Saints) -- OSKIE! - William Moore, S, Mizzou
46 2-14 Texans - Chaz - Donald Brown, RB, Connecticut
47 2-15 Rams (Chargers, Pats) - Rohirrim - Jamon Meredith, OT, S Carolina
48 2-16 Seahawks - Socolorado - Ron Brace, DT, Boston College
49 2-17 Bears - Sodak - Robert Ayers, DE, Tennessee
50 2-18 Buccaneers - Snarfalicious - Darius Butler, CB, UConn
51 2-19 Cowboys - BFDD -- Rashad Johnson, S, Alabama
52 2-20 Jets - Nickademus -- Clint Sintim, LB, Virgina
53 2-21 Eagles - AzBroncFan -- Louis Delmas, FS, Western Michigan
54 2-22 Bills - Magichef - Duke Robinson, G, Oklahoma
55 2-23 Falcons - JCMElway - Marcus Freeman, LB, Ohio State
56 2-24 Dolphins - NFLBRONCO -- Pat White, QB/WR, West Virginia
57 2-25 Ravens - Northman - Shawn Nelson, TE, So. Miss
58 2-26 Patriots - Eddie Mac - Jarron Gilbert, DE, San Jose State
59 2-27 Panthers - Kaylore - Paul Kruger, DE, Utah
60 2-28 Giants - OSKIE! - Derrick Williams, WE, Penn State
61 2-29 Colts - Mediator -- James Casey, WR/TE, Rice
62 2-30 Titans - Florida Bronco -- D.J Moore, CB, Vanderbilt
63 2-31 Cardinals - TheReverend -- Senderick Marks, DT, Auburn
64 2-32 Steelers - Expatfan -- Jarius Byrd, CB, Oregon

Round 3

65 3-1 Giants - OSKIE! - Fili Moala, DT, USC
66 3-2 Patriots - Eddie Mac -- Juaquin Iglesias, WR, Oklahoma
67 3-3 Chiefs - The Dave - Jasper Brinkley, LB, South Carolina
68 3-4 Seahawks - Socalorado - Shonn Greene, RB, Iowa
69 3-5 Cowboys (Browns) BFDD - Darry Beckwith, LB LSU
70 3-6 Bengals - Killericon - Eric Wood, C Louisville
71 3-7 Raiders - Rugbythug - Ramses Barden, WR, Cal Poly
72 3-8 Jaguars - Arkie - Mike Mickens, CB, Cincinnati
73 3-9 Packers - DBroncos4life - Andy Levitre, G, Oregon State
74 3-10 49ers - Hawk's Boys - Rhett Bomar, QB, Sam Houston State
75 3-11 Redskins - Broncoman4ever - Rashad Jennings, RB, Liberty
76 3-12 Jets (Saints) - Nickademus - Kraig Ubrik, OL, Wisconsin
77 3-13 Texans - Chaz - David Bruton, FS, Notre Dame
78 3-14 Chargers - Carmello15 - Victor "Macho" Harris, S, Virginia Tech
79 3-15 Broncos - Drek - Lawrence Sidbury, DE/OLB, Richmond
80 3-16 Bills - Magichef - Cornelius Ingram, TE, Florida
81 3-17 Buccaneers - Snarf - Tyrone McKenzie OLB USF.
82 3-18 Lions (Cowboys) - Brncs_Fan - Alex Magee, DT, Purdue
83 3-19 Packers (Jets) - DBroncos4life - Chris Baker DT/NT, Hampton.
84 3-20 Bears - Sodak - Louis Murphy, WR, Florida
85 3-21 Eagles - AZBroncfan - Chase Coffman, TE, Mizzou
86 3-22 Vikings - Gyldenlove - Asher Allen, CB, Georgia
87 3-23 Dolphins - NFLBRONCO - Morgan Trent, CB, Michigan
88 3-24 Ravens - Northman - Jason Phillips, LB, TCU
89 3-25 Patriots - Eddie Mac - Michael Hamlin, SS, Clemson
90 3-26 Falcons - JCMElway - Chip Vaughn, SS, Wake Forest
91 3-27 Lions - Brncs Fan - Trevor Canfield, OG, Cincinnati
92 3-28 Colts - Mediator - Dorrell Scott, DT, Clemson
93 3-29 Panthers - Kaylore - Nate Davis, QB, Ball State
94 3-30 Titans - Florida Bronco - Antoine Caldwell, C, Alabama
95 3-31 Cardinals - TheReverend - Jonathan Luigs, C, Arkansas
96 3-32 Steelers - Expatfan - Coye Francies, CB, San Jose State
Comp 3A - Patriots - Eddie Mac - Andre Brown, RB, North Carolina St
Comp 3B - Steelers - Expatfan - Gerald Cadogan, OT, Penn State
Comp 3C - Bengals - Killericon -Dannell Ellerbe, LB, Georgia
Comp 3D - Cardinals - TheReverend -Matt Shaughnessy, DE/OLB, Wisconsin

Round 4

97 4-1 Cowboys (Lions) - Herman Johnson OG, LSU
98 4-2 Chiefs - TheDave - Kyle Moore, DE USC
99 4-3 Patriots - Eddie Mac - Terrance Taylor, NT, Michigan
100 4-4 Browns - Southstnd - Keenan Lewis, CB, Oregon State
101 4-5 Seahawks - Socalorado - Zack Follett, OLB, CAL
102 4-6 Bengals - Killericon - Curtis Taylor, Safety LSU
103 4-7 Jaguars - Arkie - Ricky Jean-Francois, DT, LSU
104 4-8 Browns - Southstnd - Frantz Joseph, ILB, Florida Atlantic
105 4-9 Packers - DB4life - Dominique Johnson, CB, Jackson State
106 4-10 Bills - Magichef - Graham Harrell, QB, Texas Tech
107 4-11 49ers - Hawk's Boys - Sammie Lee Hill, DT, Stillman College
108 4-12 Texans - Chaz - Mike Thomas WR Arizona
109 4-13 Bills - Magichef -Brooks Foster, WR, North Carolina
110 4-14 Broncos - Drek - Travis Beckum, TE, Wisconsin
111 4-15 Jets (Redskins) - Nikademus - Darcel McBath, S, Texas Tech
112 4-16 Saints - ludo - Kevin Barnes, CB, Maryland
113 4-17 Cowboys - BobHorry - Johnny Knox, WR, Abilene Christian
114 4-18 Jets - Nickademus - Mitch King DL, Iowa
115 4-19 Bears - Sodak - Tony Kropog, OT, Tulane
116 4-20 Buccaneers - Snarf - Michael Bennett DE, Texas A&M.
117 4-21 Eagles - AZBroncfan - Xavier Fulton, OT, Illinois
118 4-22 Bills - Magichef - Cody Brown, LB, Uconn
119 4-23 Ravens - Northman - Kevin Ogletree, WR, Virginia
120 4-24 Patriots - Eddie Mac - Scott McKillop ILB Pittsburgh
121 4-25 Falcons - JCMElway - Gerald McRath, LB, So. Miss
122 4-26 Dolphins - NFLBRONCO - DeAngelo Smith CB Cincinnati
124 4-27 Colts - Mediator - Sherrod Martin CB/S Troy
125 4-28 Panthers - Kaylore - Roy Miller, DT, Texas
126 4-29 Giants - Oskie - Brandon Tate, WR, UNC
127 4-30 Titans - Florida Bronco- Fenuki Tupou, OL, Oregon
128 4-31 Patriots - Eddie Mac - Joe Burnett, CB, UCF
129 4-32 Steelers - Expatfan - WR Austin Collie, BYU
Comp 4A - Bears - Sodak -- Javon Ringer, RB, Michigan State
Comp 4B - Giants - Oskie - Mike Goodson, RB. Texas A&M
Comp 4C - Chargers - Carmello15 - Vance Walker, DE, Georgia Tech
Comp 4D - Chargers - Carmello15 - Louis Vasquez, G, Texas Tech
Comp 4E - Titans - Florida Bronco - Jarett Dillard, WR, Rice
Comp 4F - Colts - Mediator - Jason Williams, OLB, Western Illinois

Round 5
129 5-1 Lions - Brncs Fan - Jonathan Casillas, OLB, Wisconsin
130 5-2 Patriots - Eddie Mac - Brandon Gibson, WR, Washington State
131 5-3 Chiefs - theDave - Worrell Williams, OLB, Cal
132 5-4 Broncos (Seahawks) - Drek - Alex Fletcher, OG/C, Stanford
133 5-5 Eagles (Browns) - AZBroncfan - Brandon Williams, DE, Texas Tech
134 5-6 Bengals - Killericon - Joshua Mauga, LB, Nevada
135 5-7 Eagles (Raiders, Falcons) - AZBrnc - TJ Lang, OL, E Michigan
136 5-8 Jaguars - Arkie - Patrick Turner WR USC
137 5-9 Packers - DB4life - Lydon Murtha, OT, Nebraska
138 5-10 49ers - Hawk's Boys - Demetrius Byrd, WR, LSU
139 5-11 Bills - Magichef - James Davis, RB, Clemson
140 5-12 Bills - Magichef - Henry Melton, DE, Texas
141 5-13 Broncos - Drek - Deon Butler, WR/CB, Penn St.
142 5-14 Redskins - Broncoman4ever - Jason Watkins, OT, Florida
143 5-15 Giants (Saints) - Oskie - Cornelius Lewis, OT, Tennessee St
144 5-16 Texans - Chaz - Lee Robinson OLB Alcorn St
145 5-17 Jets - Nickademus - Lardarius Webb, CB, Nicholls State
146 5-18 Bears - Sodak - Derek Pegues, S, Miss. St
147 5-19 Buccaneers - Snarf - Corey Irvin, DT, Georgia
148 5-20 Cowboys - Bobhorry5 - Brice McCain, CB, Utah
149 5-21 Falcons (Eagles) - JCMElway - Augustus Parrish, OT, Kent State
150 5-22 Bills - Magichef - Roger Allen, OG, Missouri Western St
151 5-23 Patriots - Eddie Mac - Nic Harris, LB/S, Oklahoma
152 5-24 Falcons - JCMElway - Captain Munnerlyn, CB, South Carolina
153 5-25 Dolphins - NFLBRONCO - Chris Clemons, SS, Clemson
154 5-26 Ravens - Northman - Louie Sakoda, K, Utah
155 5-27 Colts - Mediator - Mohammed Massaquoi WR Georgia
156 5-28 Panthers - Kaylore - Quan Cosby, WR, Texas
157 5-29 Giants - Oskie - Curtis Painter, QB, Purdue
158 5-30 Cowboys (Titans) - Bobhorry5 - Joel Bell, OT, Furman
159 5-31 Cardinals - TheRev - Pannel Egboh, DE, Stanford
160 5-32 Steelers - Expatfan - David Veikune, DE / OLB, Hawaii
Comp5A - 49ers - Hawk's Boys - Edwin Williams, C, Univ of Maryland
Comp 5B - Patriots - Eddie Mac - Tyronne Green, OG, Auburn
Comp 5C - Cowboys - Bobhorry5 - Tim Jamison, DE, Michigan
Comp 5D - Titans - Florida Bronco -Courtney Greene, S, Rutgers
Round 6

161 6-1 Lions - Broncs fan - Terrance Knighton, DT, Temple
162 6-2 Chiefs - theDave - Andy Kemp, OT, Wisconsin
163 6-3 Patriots - Eddie Mac - Stephen McGee, QB, Texas A&M
164 6-4 Browns - Southstnd - A.Q. Shipley, C, Penn State
165 6-5 Seahawks - Socalorado - Ryan Stanchek OT, West Virginia
166 6-6 Bengals - Killericon - Darryl Richard, DT, Georgia Tech
167 6-7 Jaguars - Arkie - on the clock :D
168 6-8 Raiders - Rugbythug -
169 6-9 Packers - DB4Life -
170 6-10 Bills - Magichef -
171 6-11 49ers - Hawk's Boys -
172 6-12 Broncos - Drek -
173 6-13 Bills - Magichef -
174 6-14 Packers (Saints) - DB4life -
175 6-15 Texans - Chaz -
176 6-16 Bills - Magichef -
177 6-17 Jets - Nickademus -
178 6-18 Bears - Sodak -
179 6-19 Bears (Buccs) - Sodak -
180 6-20 Lions - Brncs Fan -
181 6-21 Eagles - AZBroncfan -
182 6-22 Eagles (Vikings) - AZBroncfan -
183 6-23 Falcons - JCMElway
184 6-24 Cowboys (Dolphins) - Bobhorry5 -
185 6-25 Ravens - Northman -
186 6-26 Patriots - Eddie Mac -
187 6-27 Panthers - Kaylore
188 6-28 Giants - Oskie -
189 6-29 Colts - Mediator -
190 6-30 Titans - Florida Bronco
191 6-31 Cardinals - theRev -
192 6-32 Steelers - Expatfan -
Comp 6A - Titans - Florida Bronco -
Comp 6B - Patriots - Eddie Mac
Comp 6C - Cowboys - BFDD
Comp 6D - Bengals - Killericon
Comp 6E - 49ers - Hawk's Boys

Round 7

193 7-1 Cowboys (Lions) - Bobhorry5 -
194 7-2 Patriots - Eddie Mac
195 7-3 Buccaneers (Chiefs) - Snarf -
196 7-4 Seahawks - Socalorado -
197 7-5 Browns - Southstnd -
198 7-6 Bengals - Killericon -
199 7-7 Raiders - Rugbythug -
200 7-8 Buccaneers (Jaguars) - Snarf -
201 7-9 Packers - DB4life -
202 7-10 49ers - Hawk's Boys -
203 7-11 Bills - Magichef -
204 7-12 Vikings (Redskins) - Gyldenlove -
205 7-13 Saints - Ludo -
206 7-14 Texans - Chaz -
207 7-15 Bills - Magichef -
208 7-16 Broncos - Drek -
209 7-17 Bears - Sodak -
210 7-18 Steelers (Bucs) - Expatfan -
211 7-19 Cowboys - Bobhorry5 -
212 7-20 Jets - Nickademus -
213 7-21 Falcons (Eagles) - JCMElway -
214 7-22 Vikings - Gyldenlove -
215 7-23 Dolphins - NFLBRONCO -
216 7-24 Ravens - Northman
217 7-25 Patriots - Eddie Mac -
218 7-26 Broncos (Falcons) - Drek -
219 7-27 Giants - Oskie -
220 7-28 Colts - Mediator -
221 7-29 Panthers - Kaylore
222 7-30 Titans - Florida Bronco
223 7-31 Cardinals - theRev -
224 7-32 Steelers - Expatfan -
Com 7A - Tennessee - Florida Bronco -
Comp 7B - Wash - Broncoman4ever -
Comp 7C - Seattle - Socalorado -
Comp 7D - Seattle - Socalorado -
Comp 7E - Chicago - Sodak -
Comp 7F - Seattle - Socalorado -
Comp 7G - Chicago - Sodak -
Comp 7H - Seattle - Socalorado -
Comp 7I - Jacksonville - Arkie -
Comp 7J - Detroit - Brncs Fan -
Comp 7K - Detroit - Brncs Fan -
Comp 7L - Kansas City - theDave -
Comp 7M - St. Louis - Rohirrim -

Alpha list

Allen, Asher
Allen, Roger
Ayers, Robert
Baker, Chris
Barden, Ramses
Barnes, Kevin
Barwin, Connor
McBath, Darcel
Beatty, William
Beckum, Travis
Beckwith, Darry
Bell, Joel
Bennet, Michael
Bomar, Rhett
Brace, Ron
Brinkley, Jasper
Britt, Kenny
Britton, Eben
Brown, Andre
Brown, Cody
Brown, Donald
Brown, Everette
Bruton, David
Burnett, Joe
Butler, Darius
Butler, Deon
Byrd, Demetrius
Byrd, Jarius
Cadogan, Gerald
Caldwell, Antoine
Canfield, Trevor
Casey, James
Casillas, Jonathan
Chung, Patrick
Clemmons, Chris
Coffman, Chase
Collie, Austin
Cook, Jared
Cosby, Quan
Crabtree, Michael
Curry, Aaron
Cushing, Brian
Davis, James
Davis, Nate
Davis, Vontae
Delmas, Louis
Dillard, Jarret
Egboh, Pannel
English, Larry
Fletcher, Alex
Follett, Zach
Foster, Brooks
Francies, Coye
Freeman, Josh
Freeman, Marcus
Fulton, Xavier
Gibson, Brandon
Gilbert, Jarron
Goodson, Mike
Green, Tyronne
Greeene, Shonn
Hamlin, Michael
Harrell, Graham
Harris, Nic
Harris, Victor
Harvin, Percy
Heyward-Bey, Darius
Hill, Sammie Lee
Hood, Evander
Iglesias, Juaquin
Ingram, Cornelius
Irvin, Corey
Jackson, Tyson
Jamison, Tim
Jean-Francois, Ricky
Jenkins, Malcolm
Jennings, Rashad
Jerry, Piera
Joesph, Frantz
Johnson, Dominique
Johnson, Herman
Johnson, Michael
Johnson, Rashad
Kemp, Andy
King, Mitch
Knighton, Terrance
Knox, Johnny
Kropog, Tony
Kruger, Paul
Lang, TJ
Laurinaitis, James
Levitre, Andy
Lewis, Corneilius
Lewis, Keenan
Loadholt, Phil
Lugis, Johnathan
Mack, Alex
Maclin, Jeremy
Marks, SenDerrick
Martin, Sherrod
Massaquoi, Mohammed
Matthews, Clay
Maualuga, Rey
Mauga, Joshua
Maybin, Aaron
Mays, Sendrick
McBath, Darcel
McCain, Brice
McCoy, LeSean
McGee, Steven
McKenzie, Tyrone
McKillop, Scott
McRath, Gerald
Melton, Henry
Meredith, Jamon
Mickens, Mike
Miller, Roy
Moala, Fili
Monroe, Eugene
Moore, DJ
Moore, Kyle
Moore, William
Moreno, Knowshon
Munnerlyn, Captain
Murphy, Louis
Murtha, Lydon
Nelson, Shawn
Nicks, Hakeem
Ogletree, Kevin
Oher, Michael
Orakpo, Brian
Painter, Curtis
Parrish, Augustus
Pegues, Derreck
Pettigrew, Brandon
Phillips, Jason
Raji, BJ
Richard, Darryl
Ringer, Javon
Robinson, Duke
Robinson, Lee
Robiske, Brian
Sakoda, Louie
Sanchez, Mark
Scott, Dorrell
Sidbury, Lawrence
Shaughnessy, Matt
Shipley, A.Q.
Sintim, Clint
Smith, Alphonso
Smith, Andre
Smith, Deangelo
Smith, Jason
Smith, Sean
Stafford, Matthew
Stanchek, Ryan
Tate, Brandon
Taylor, Terrance
Thomas, Mike
Trent, Morgan
Tupou, Fenuki
Turner, Patrick
Ubrik, Kraig
Unger, Max
Vasquez, Louis
Vaughn, Chip
Veikune, David
Walker, Vance
Watkins, Jason
Webb, Lardarius
Wells, Chris
White, Pat
Williams, Brandon
Williams, Derrick
Williams, Edwin
Williams, Jason
Williams, Worrell
Wood, Eric

nickademus
04-02-2009, 11:25 PM
The NY Jets select with the 145 pick in the OM draft I :
Lardarius Webb, CB, Nicholls State

Snarfalicious
04-03-2009, 07:20 AM
The Tampa Bay Bucs, with the 147th pick, select Corey Irvin, DT Georgia.

Corey Irvin, Georgia (6-3 1/8, 302).

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

To start at the next level, Irvin will have to prove his athleticism trumps inconsistent production. He is not going to be an ideal fit for every defense because of his lack of technique, but he would fit well as an under tackle in a 4-3 or as an end in certain 3-4 schemes. During spring workouts, he has helped himself by flashing good athleticism.

ColoradoBuff
04-03-2009, 08:28 AM
With the 138th pick in the 2009 OM I draft the SF 49ers select:

Demetrius Byrd, WR. LSU

Height: 6-0<SUP>1/4</SUP> | Weight: 199 | 40-Time: 4.42

http://blog.nola.com/lsusports/2008/09/large_28byrd.JPG

Strengths:
Smooth athlete...Terrific size and bulk...Very good speed...Real quick with a burst...Gets good separation...A great leaper...Excellent ball skills...Soft hands...Will work the middle of the field...Can avoid the jam...Shows the ability to get deep and be a vertical threat...Big upside.

Weaknesses:
Not a great route runner...Will drop some catchable balls...Has lapses in concentration...Not very tough or physical...Doesn't do a whole lot after the catch...Marginal blocker...Limited experience and was never a featured target...Intelligence may be an issue...Average production.

Notes:
Did not start playing football until his senior year of high school...A JUCO transfer who originally signed with Florida International before opting to attend Pearl River Community College...Led the Tigers in touchdowns as a junior...Was overshadowed by Early Doucet and Brandon LaFell during his time in Baton Rouge and was never the main focus of opposing defenses attention...Has the physical tools you look for and a ton of potential but is still raw and will have to be developed.

Sorry this is so late fellas. This pick was made @ 8:27 am mtn time.

BobHorry5
04-03-2009, 01:28 PM
the boys take brice McCain, CB, Utah

Each year there are relative unknown players whose eye-popping workouts in February and March force scouts back into the film room. Many times scouts are quick to acknowledge the impressive athleticism of prospects to local media covering the event, but once they review the players on film, realize that the speed, agility and strength shown on the track or weight room doesn't translate onto the field. And then, sometimes, there are players whose workouts go well and scouts return to the film room to discover that perhaps they had simply overlooked or undervalued the prospects. Two such players moving up the charts this year are Furman offensive tackle Joel Bell and Utah cornerback Brian McCain. Like Bell, Utah's McCain is hardly just a workout wonder, though the workout he put forth at the Ute's Pro Day could technically classify him as one. McCain was clocked in the low 4.3s and the buzz around scouting circles is that he's been timed even faster before. McCain's 20-yard shuttle (3.99) and 3-cone (6.74) drill times would have ranked among the best among the cornerbacks tested in Indianapolis. McCain, however, was not invited to the Combine, despite earning All-Mountain West accolades each of the past three seasons. While fellow defensive Sean Smith has the size scouts covet, McCain is the more athletic of the duo and has the rare speed and agility for man to man coverage. Among the estimated two dozen teams represented at McCain's workout were the Panthers, Lions, Dolphins and Seahawks. Considering the lack of speed shown by this year's cornerback class, some believe McCain could continue to rise as the draft approaches -- perhaps all the way to the 5th round. - Rob Rang, The SportsXchange, NFLDraftScout.com

JCMElway
04-03-2009, 02:03 PM
The Atlanta Falcons select:

Augustus Parrish, OT, Kent State

Overview

Parrish received limited exposure playing at Kent State in the Mid-American Conference. He started the past three seasons at left tackle, receiving second-team All-MAC honors as a junior and senior. Although he may fit best inside in the NFL, scouts believe he can make the transition because of his mobility and determination. Don't be surprised if Parrish is one of the two or three MAC players typically drafted in the first three rounds next April.
Analysis

Positives: Uses his long arms well to hold off his man. … Very good mobility to the second level and blocking down on tackles and on pulls. … Can work as personal protector on called passes from outside the pocket. … Good cut blocker to keep ends from knocking down quick screens, and will keep working the legs after he hits the ground. … Works hard to sustain blocks downfield. … Plays with a bit of a mean streak. … Can punch smaller ends and keep his hands active in pass protection.

Negatives: Only adequate height for a left tackle, and a bit large in the middle. … May move inside to left guard in the pros. … Struggles with speed on the edge at times and is inconsistent with his lateral movement, so quicker ends can beat him wide. … Will miss his target in space. … Stands up a bit coming out of his stance and needs better knee bend. … Can get blown up by blitzing linebackers when he's on the move -- he runs too upright and lets them get into his chest.

MagicHef
04-03-2009, 03:03 PM
The Bills select:

Roger Allen, OG, Missouri Western St.

Height: 6-2 3/4 | Weight: 326 | 40-Time: 5.45

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

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

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

eddie mac
04-03-2009, 04:41 PM
With the 151st pick of the 2009 OM I GM Mock Draft-The New England Patriots select:


Nic Harris S/LB Oklahoma

Overview
Since starting alongside fellow true freshman Reggie Smith (now with the San Francisco 49ers) in 2005, the versatile Harris has been making plays all over the field for the Sooners. Athletic and instinctive, Harris has earned playing time at cornerback, free safety, strong safety, middle linebacker and special teams. His production is unquestioned, leading to all-conference honors each of the past three years, including back-to-back first-team All-Big 12 honors as a junior and senior. Scouts differ as to Harris' best pro position, as he appears a bit stiff in his transition and may lack the pure speed to remain at safety.

Analysis
Positives: Prototypical size for the position. ... Instinctive defender who reads the action well and is quick to close. ... Flashes explosiveness as a hitter. ... At least adequate lateral quickness to remain at safety and is an instinctive player who flows well, avoiding blockers to make the play. ... Reliable one-on-one tackler in the open field. ... Versatile defender has also seen time at nickel cornerback and free safety and is a mainstay on special teams. ... Started at middle linebacker in 2008 due to team injuries. ... Willing to take on blockers and has the lateral quickness and hand usage to meet, greet and discard blockers.



Negatives: Bit of a "tweener." ... Lacks the bulk to continue with the transition to linebacker and is a bit stiff in the hips for coverage. ... Physical, but struggled disengaging from blockers when playing middle linebacker as a senior. ... Questionable straight-line speed. ... At his best facing the quarterback and making plays downhill. ... Perfectly suited to Oklahoma's aggressive scheme, but could struggle if targeted in an NFL passing game.

Draft Selections
1-31 Connor Barwin OLB/TE Cincinnati
2-58 Jarron Gilbert DE San Jose State
3-66 Juaquin Iglesias WR Oklahoma
3-89 Michael Hamlin S Clemson
3-Comp A Andre Brown RB North Carolina State
4-99 Terrance Taylor NT Michigan
4-120 Scott McKillop ILB Pittsburgh
4-128 Joe Burnett CB UCF
5-131 Brandon Gibson WR Washington State
5-151 Nic Harris S/LB Oklahoma
5-Comp B
6-163
6-186
6-Comp B
7-194
7-217

Selection made at 18-38 ET, Falcons and JCM are back OTC.

JCMElway
04-04-2009, 02:14 AM
The Falcons select:

Captain Munnerlyn, CB, South Carolina

Positives: Closing Speed
Hands
Toughness

AREAS FOR IMPROVEMENT
Size

Munnerlyn is an undersized defender who plays faster than his timed speed. He has a strong, compact build and plays physically. He has fluid hips and mirrors receivers with superior quickness. He anticipates the action well and flashes soft hands. He’s an explosive athlete who can elevate with the best of them. He’s a tough competitor who isn’t afraid of contact. He will most likely be a nickel corner at the next level. - Chris Steuber, Scout.com

Northman
04-04-2009, 08:56 AM
The Baltimore Ravens select:

Louie Sakoda, Utah
Kicker

NFLBRONCO
04-04-2009, 03:47 PM
# 153 Miami selects

Chris Clemons, SS, Clemson

3:48 pm MST

Mediator12
04-04-2009, 07:30 PM
The Colts with their 5th round pick Select:

Mohammed Massaquoi WR Georgia

CAR and Kaylore are on the clock....

Kaylore
04-04-2009, 10:03 PM
The Panthers select

Quan Cosby WR Texas

Pick made at 10:00 PM MT

Oskie and the Giants are on the clock.

Broncoman13
04-04-2009, 10:43 PM
The Giants select QB, Curtis Painter, Purdue

6'3" 225 lbs

The need to replace David Carr is obvious. Painter isn't the most mobile guy, but he can stand in there and deliver the ball in a pinch.

BobHorry5
04-04-2009, 11:26 PM
with the much coveted 159 pick in the 2009 orange mane mock draft the Dallas Cowboys select Joel Bell ot from furman

Bell was a three-time All-Southern Conference selection and was the recipient of this year’s Jacobs Blocking Award as the league’s top blocker. He made multiple All-American teams on his way to being the third Furman player in four years invited to the combine.
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Height: 6066
Weight: 315
40 Yrd Dash: 5.11
20 Yrd Dash: 3.00
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Vertical Jump: 30
Broad Jump: 09'01"
20 Yrd Shuttle: 4.57
3-Cone Drill: 7.55

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TheReverend
04-05-2009, 01:17 AM
The Arizona Cardinals select:

Pannel Egboh.

The franchise also apologizes for the rush and will update as soon as possible.

BowlenBall
04-05-2009, 08:03 AM
With their 5th round selection (170th overall) in the OM Mock Draft I, the Pittsburgh Steelers select:

DE / OLB David Veikune, Hawaii

http://i177.photobucket.com/albums/w230/SlapstickGandhi/0000david-3.jpg
"Hush little baby, don't you cry. David's gonna sing you a lullaby..."

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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



Pick made at:
6:05 p.m. UTC +4 (Abu Dhabi)
10:05 a.m. North American Eastern Time Zone
9:05 a.m. North American Central Time Zone
8:05 a.m. Mountain Time Zone
7:05 a.m. Pacific Time Zone
6:05 a.m. Alaska Standard Time

The San Francisco 49ers (and Hawk's Boys) are on the clock.

ColoradoBuff
04-05-2009, 06:03 PM
The SF 49ers select:

Edwin Williams, C, Univ of Maryland

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pick made @6:03 pm mtn time.

eddie mac
04-05-2009, 06:30 PM
With Comp Pick 5B in the the 2009 OM GM Mock Draft I, the New England Patriots select

Tyronne Green OG Auburn

Overview
In the Tigers' most trying season in recent memory, Green was one of the team's few bright spots. Having entered the program as a defensive tackle, it took the left offensive guard three years before he would crack the starting lineup, but he would go on to man that demanding position in each of his final 25 games.



Scouts compare Green to former Auburn standout Ben Grubbs (Baltimore), as he has great athletic ability and outstanding suddenness coming off the snap. Even though he never started at the position, the coaching staff experimented with Green at center in 2008 fall camp. He showed the quick hands and head-on-the-swivel agility that could see him possibly shift to the pivot position in the National Football League.



"Those were definitely the first snaps I ever took at center," Green said. "You have to make calls and pretty much tell everybody else who they've got and you have to snap the ball and get on your guy. I have a lot more respect for my teammates (centers Jason Bosley and Ryan Pugh) at center."



At Woodham High School, Green was rated a two-star prospect by Rivals.com. He only appeared in five games during his senior year due to injuries. But the defensive tackle was leading the team with 34 tackles, three sacks, nine quarterback pressures, three pass deflections and an interception before getting hurt. He also lettered in basketball.



Green performed on the scout team as a down lineman in 2004, earning redshirt status. The offensive coaches were impressed with his athletic ability and moved the 275-pounder to offensive guard. In 2005, he saw action vs. Ball State, Western Kentucky, South Carolina and Mississippi, playing behind Ben Grubbs at left offensive guard.



As a redshirt sophomore, the now 310-pound Green appeared in all 13 games, lining up behind Grubbs at left guard. He was in on 24 knockdowns, as the squad averaged 320.92 yards in total offense.



Grubb's graduation saw Green replace him in the lineup for the 2007 campaign. He posted 83 knockdowns/key blocks with 11 touchdown-resulting blocks, paving the way as the Tigers averaged 335.15 yards per game. For that performance, he was the recipient of the Ken Rice Award, given to the team's best offensive lineman.



Green earned All-Southeastern Conference accolades as a senior. He registered a team-high 113 knockdowns/key blocks, the most of any guard in the conference. He added nine touchdown-resulting blocks and did not allow any quarterback sacks, helping the team average 302.92 yards per game. He showed tremendous field alertness in 2008, recovering three Auburn fumbles while recording a pair of tackles after Tiger interceptions, causing a fumble on one of those thefts.

Analysis
Positives: Good quickness off the snap. ... Wide set and has good lateral agility and balance to compete with athletic defensive tackles in pass protection. ... Quick first step to pop the defensive tackle and release to the second level for combo blocks and on pulling plays. ... Good vision to locate the secondary block and is athletic enough to hit the moving target.



Negatives: Raw. ... Was getting by on his athleticism at the college level. ... Marginal upper-body strength and hand placement. ... Struggles to sustain blocks. ... A bit high in pass protection and can be bull-rushed into the pocket.


Draft Selections
1-31 Connor Barwin OLB/TE Cincinnati
2-58 Jarron Gilbert DE San Jose State
3-66 Juaquin Iglesias WR Oklahoma
3-89 Michael Hamlin S Clemson
3-Comp A Andre Brown RB North Carolina State
4-99 Terrance Taylor NT Michigan
4-120 Scott McKillop ILB Pittsburgh
4-128 Joe Burnett CB UCF
5-131 Brandon Gibson WR Washington State
5-151 Nic Harris S/LB Oklahoma
5-Comp B Tyronne Green OG Auburn
6-163
6-186
6-Comp B
7-194
7-217

Selection made at 8-28pm ET, Cowboys and Bobhorry5 are back OTC

JCMElway
04-05-2009, 08:34 PM
the boys now take defensive end out of the university of michigan
Tim Jamison


Positives: Well-built athlete with good overall musculature. ... At least adequate initial quickness to pressure the edge. ... Strong upper body. ... Can pop the tackle and disengage quickly with impressive initial hand punch. ... Good lower-body strength to hold up at the point of attack. ... Instinctive defender that reads the action and puts himself in position to make a play on the ball. ... High effort when in pursuit. ... Can break down in space and make the open-field tackle. ... Flashes some explosiveness as a hitter.

Pro Day Results
Combine Invite: Yes
Height: 6024
Weight: 256
40 Yrd Dash: 5.07
20 Yrd Dash: 2.90
10 Yrd Dash: 1.75 225 Lb. Bench Reps: 21
Vertical Jump: 30
Broad Jump: 08'11"
20 Yrd Shuttle: 4.60
3-Cone Drill: 7.56

JCMElway
04-06-2009, 10:19 AM
Florida Bronco's time has expired and Brncs Fan is on the clock

Florida_Bronco
04-06-2009, 12:47 PM
The Tennessee Titans select Courtney Greene, safety from Rutgers at 2:45pm EST.

brncs_fan
04-06-2009, 12:48 PM
With their last pick in the 2009 draft, the Lions Select:

Terrance Knighton, DT, Temple

Pick was made at 10:58pm CST

TheDave
04-06-2009, 11:16 PM
Andy Kemp (OT (http://www.nfl.com/draft/2009/tracker#dt-tabs:dt-by-position/dt-by-position-input:ol))
Height: 6'5"
Weight: 313
College: Wisconsin (http://www.nfl.com/draft/2009/tracker#dt-tabs:dt-by-college/dt-by-college-input:40)
Conference: Big 10 (http://www.nfl.com/draft/2009/tracker#dt-tabs:dt-by-college/dt-by-conference-input:big10)
Hometown: Menasha, WI
High School: Menasha HS


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Analysis
Positives: Typical Wisconsin lineman with requisite height, size and toughness. Has the length and strength to move the line of scrimmage. Strong anchor, and typically does not get pushed back into the quarterback by bull rushes. Recovers quickly from a strong punch. Finishes, staying with his man throughout the play. Puts his defender on the ground when blocking down or finding his target in space. Uses his hands and feet to angle defenders out of the play.


Negatives: Leans too far forward in pass protection and will get off balance with only adequate recovery speed. Lumbers when pulling or acting as a personal protector, although he is able to hit linebackers straight ahead. A bit slow off the snap, and gets beat by a good first step or quick hand play inside. Must work on moving his feet to pick up blitzes and twists.

Injury Report
2007: Suffered a left hand fracture vs. Penn State (10/13), sitting out the Northern Illinois (10/20), Indiana (10/27) and Ohio State (11/03) games.

Overview
Kemp was a mainstay at left guard during his last three years with the Badgers, having a 20-game starting streak snapped in 2007 after he suffered a left hand fracture vs. Penn State. Without Kemp in the lineup for three games as a junior, the offense struggled, especially in pass protection, as the front wall gave up 10 sacks to the Ohio State defense. When he returned to action, he was part of a line shuffle, taking over right guard duties with incumbent Kraig Urbik shifting to right tackle.


At Menasha High School, Kemp was rated the third-best prospect in the state of Wisconsin and one of the top 25 offensive tackles in the country by Rivals.com. Prep Football Report rated him among the Midwest's best 25 players and he garnered Super Prep All-Midwest Top 50 accolades as a senior. In 2004, Kemp was named Gatorade Wisconsin Football Player of the Year and was selected by the Wisconsin Football Coaches Association to the All-State first-team.


Kemp served as team captain as a senior and was the squad's three-time MVP. The two-time first-team all-conference offensive choice also received all-conference second-team honors twice as a defensive lineman. Academically, he was a four-time member of the school's Honor Roll.


Kemp graduated from high school early, enrolling at Wisconsin in time to compete during spring drills. One of three Wisconsin Gatorade Players of the Year on the Badgers' 2005 squad, he saw minimal action as a reserve left offensive guard behind Matt Lawrence, appearing only in the Temple clash.


As a sophomore, Kemp took over left guard duties, teaming with All-American offensive tackle Joe Thomas to give Wisconsin a punishing tandem on that side of the field. He earned Academic All-Big Ten Conference honors, delivering 58 knockdowns and seven touchdown-resulting blocks. Behind his solid pass protection skills, the Badgers averaged 211.46 aerial yards per game and ranked second in the conference with a 138.31 pass efficiency rating in 2006.


Kemp was again named to the Academic All-Big Ten Conference team and was an All-Big Ten honorable mention. He missed the Northern Illinois, Indiana and Ohio State games after suffering a left hand fracture vs. Penn State. He started the first seven contests at left guard, but when he returned to action, he shifted to right guard for his final three clashes. In 10 games, he collected 66 knockdowns and 10 touchdown-resulting blocks for an offense that ranked second in the league in rushing (200.77 ypg).


As a senior, Kemp was named to the All-Big Ten Conference second-team, adding Academic All-Big Ten honors for the third time as a Badger. He was the recipient of UW's Wayne Souza Coaches Appreciation Award and was selected team Offensive Player of the Week vs. Akron and Minnesota. He delivered a career-high 88 knockdowns, including 12 touchdown-resulting blocks as Wisconsin ranked 14th nationally and led the conference with an average of 211.15 yards per game on the ground.

High School
Attended Menasha (Wis.) High School, playing football for head coach Brad Westphal...


Rated the third-best prospect in the state of Wisconsin and one of the top 25 offensive tackles in the country by Rivals.com...Prep Football Report rated him among the Mid-west's best 25 players and he garnered Super Prep All-Midwest Top 50 accolades as a senior...In 2004, Kemp was named Gatorade Wisconsin Football Player of the Year and was selected by the Wisconsin Football Coaches Association to the All-State first-team...Served as team captain as a senior and was the squad's three-time MVP...The two-time first-team All-Conference offensive choice also received All-Conference second-team honors twice as a defensive lineman...Academically, he was a four-time member of the school's Honor Roll.

Pick was made @ 11:15 MST

eddie mac
04-07-2009, 09:08 AM
With pick 6-163 of the 2009 OM GM Mock Draft I the New England Patriots select

Stephen McGee QB Texas A&M

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STRENGTHS

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



NEEDS TO IMPROVE

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



TALENT BOARD ROUND 2

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

Draft Selections
1-31 Connor Barwin OLB/TE Cincinnati
2-58 Jarron Gilbert DE San Jose State
3-66 Juaquin Iglesias WR Oklahoma
3-89 Michael Hamlin S Clemson
3-Comp A Andre Brown RB North Carolina State
4-99 Terrance Taylor NT Michigan
4-120 Scott McKillop ILB Pittsburgh
4-128 Joe Burnett CB UCF
5-131 Brandon Gibson WR Washington State
5-151 Nic Harris S/LB Oklahoma
5-Comp B Tyronne Green OG Auburn
6-163 Stephen McGee QB Texas A&M
6-186
6-Comp B
7-194
7-217

Selection made at 11-06am ET, Cleveland and Southstand OTC

SouthStndJunkie
04-07-2009, 09:18 AM
With pick 6-164 of the 2009 OM GM Mock Draft I the Cleveland Browns select:

A.Q. Shipley, C, Penn State

Height: 6'1
Weight: 304

Overview:

After playing on both lines as a redshirt freshman, recording two sacks in limited playing time at defensive tackle, Shipley manned the pivot for the Nittany Lions for every game the past three years. He earned the 2008 Rimington Trophy as the nation's best center after garnering first-team All-Big Ten honors the past two seasons. His leadership off the field and toughness on the field makes him the type of character player NFL teams look for. Had an arm span of 29 3/4 inches and a hand span of 8 1/2 inches at the combine.

Socalorado - is on the clock

socalorado
04-07-2009, 10:12 AM
With pick 165 of the 6th round, the seachickens select,
Ryan Stanchek OT, West Virginia
2007: Three-year starter at the left tackle position on the offensive line … graduated with his bachelor's degree in physical education in December 2007 … Walter Camp Football Foundation second-team All-American … first-team all-Big EAST by rivals.com … selected by the coaching staff for the John Russell Memorial Award … saw action in more than 800 plays … helped pave the way for the offense to produce two 1,000-yard rushers … offense averaged 6.2 yards a carry, 297.2 yards a game rushing and 456.2 in total offense … Mountaineers ranked No. 3 nationally in rushing offense, tied for No. 5 for fewest sacks allowed (13), No. 9 in scoring offense and No. 15 in total offense … collected 103 knockdowns...2006: 2006 second team all-BIG EAST … 46 knockdowns for season … average game grade: 90.3% … started the season at guard but moved to left tackle with the injury to Damien Crissey … Gridiron Gladiator Award from WVU coaches for on-field tenacity...2005: Moved into the starting lineup after four games in 2005 … first team freshman All-America (The Sporting News) … starter at left guard since the Virginia Tech game … 2004: Did not see varsity action in 2004 but won the Danny Van Etten Award from WVU coaches as the scout team player of the year on offense… BIG EAST academic all-star.

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

Killericon
04-07-2009, 06:41 PM
With the 166th overall pick in the 2009 NFL Draft, the Cincinnati Bengals proudly select Darryl Richard, Defensive Tackle from Georgia Tech.

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Arkie
04-07-2009, 09:47 PM
With the 167th pick, Jacksonville selects...

Mike Wallace WR Ole Miss
6'0", 199
http://static.nfl.com/static/content/catch_all/nfl_image/combine/headshots/81877.jpg

Few attributes attract NFL scouts more than pure speed. Wallace certainly has that. Despite starting three years for the Rebels, he didn't establish himself as one capable of taking advantage of his speed until he averaged 18.9 yards on 38 receptions as a junior. A year later, Wallace's speed was even more lethal, as he averaged 20.1 yards per reception and scored a career-high seven touchdowns.

Wallace is still a work in progress as a route-runner, but his ability to stretch defenses deep as an outside receiver and special teams wide on kickoff returns could land him a second-day draft selection from an NFL team looking to catch lightning in a bottle. Had an arm span of 31 3/8 inches and a hand span of 9 inches at the combine.

Positives: Looks the part. Athletic build with room for additional mass. Rare straight-line speed. Eats up the cushion quickly and can blow by the defender. Smooth acceleration and has a late burst to pull away if being challenged. Can track the ball over his shoulder. Developing into a more reliable route-runner and pass-catcher. Has the foot quickness and balance to be a good route-runner and can sink his hips. Generally uses his hands to make the reception, though he still allows too many into his pads. Has some lateral agility to make defenders miss. Helped himself with a solid week of practice at the Senior Bowl.

Negatives: Still a work in progress as a route-runner. Learning to sink his hips and explode out of his cuts, as he has to gather himself too much. Struggles a bit against press coverage. Has to use his hands better to gain a quick release. Lets too many passes into his pads, resulting in some ugly drops. Doesn't consistently show the vision and elusiveness in the open field to truly capitalize on his pure speed. Needs an open lane as a returner to break off a big gain.

JCMElway
04-07-2009, 10:18 PM
Round 1

1 1-1 Lions - Brncs_Fan -- Eugene Monroe, T, Virginia
2 1-2 Rams - Rohirrim -- Michael Crabtree, WR, Texas Tech
3 1-3 Chiefs - theDave -- Matthew Stafford, QB, Georgia
4 1-4 Broncos - Drek -- Aaron Curry, LB, Wake Forest
5 1-5 Raiders -- Rugbythug -- Jason Smith, OT, Baylor
6 1-6 Bengals - Killericon -- B.J. Raji, DT, Boston College
7 1-7 Browns -- Southstnd Junkie -- Brian Orakpo, DE, Texas
8 1-8 Jaguars - Arkie -- Andre Smith, OT, Alabama
9 1-9 Packers – Dbroncos4life -- Everette Brown, DE, Florida State
10 1-10 49ers - Hawk's Boys -- Malcolm Jenkins, FS, Ohio State
11 1-11 Chargers - Carmello15 -- Michael Oher, OT, Ole Miss
12 1-12 Seahawks - Socolorado -- Jeremy Maclin, WR, Missouri
13 1-13 Redskins - Broncom4ever - Darius Heyward-Bey, WR, Maryland
14 1-14 Saints - Ludo -- Brian Cushing, LB, USC
15 1-15 Texans - Chaz -- Tyson Jackson, DE, LSU
16 1-16 Bills - Magichef -- Alex Mack, C, Cal
17 1-17 Jets - Nickademus -- Percy Harvin, WR, Florida
18 1-18 Bears - Sodak -- Mark Sanchez, QB, USC
19 1-19 Buccaneers - Snarfalicious -- Knowshon Moreno, RB, Georgia
20 1-20 Lions(Cowboys)-Brncs_Fan - Alphonso Smith, CB, Wake Forest
21 1-21 Eagles - AZBroncfan -- Chris Wells, RB, OSU
22 1-22 Vikings - Gyldenlove -- Eben Britton, OT, Arizona
23 1-23 Cardinals - TheReverend - Rey Maualuga, LB, USC
24 1-24 Falcons - JCMElway -- Piera Jerry, DT, Ole Miss
25 1-25 Dolphins - NFLBRONCO -- Hakeem Nicks, WR, UNC
26 1-26 Ravens - Northman -- Kenny Britt, WR, Rutgers
27 1-27 Colts - Mediator -- Clay Matthews, LB, USC
28 1-28 Eagles (Panthers) - AZBroncfan - Vontae Davis, CB, Illinois
29 1-29 Lions -- brncs fan - James Lauriniatis, LB, OSU
30 1-30 Titans - Florida Bronco -- Evander Hood, DT, Mizzou
31 1-31 Patriots - Eddie Mac -- Connor Barwin, OLB, Cincinnati
32 1-32 Steelers - Expatfan -- Aaron Maybin, DE, Penn State

Round 2

33 2-1 Giants - OSKIE!!! - Brandon Pettigrew, TE, Tennessee
34 2-2 Chiefs -- theDave - Max Unger, C, Oregon
35 2-3 Rams -- Rohirrim - Patrick Chung, S, Oregon
36 2-4 Browns -- Southstnd Junkie - LeSean McCoy, RB, Pitt
37 2-5 Seahawks -- Socolorado - Sean Smith, DB, Utah
38 2-6 Bengals -- killericon - William Beatty, OT, Connecticut
39 2-7 Jaguars -- Arkie -- Josh Freeman, QB, Kansas State
40 2-8 Raiders -- Rugbythug - Michael Johnson, DE, Georgia Tech
41 2-9 Packers -- DBroncos4life - Jared Cook, TE, South Carolina
42 2-10 Vikings -- Gyldenlove - Brian Robiske, WR, Ohio State
43 2-11 49ers -- Hawk's Boys - Phil Loadholt, OT, Oklahoma
44 2-12 Dolphins (Redskins) -- NFLBRONCO - Larry English, DE, Northern Illinois
45 2-13 Giants (Saints) -- OSKIE! - William Moore, S, Mizzou
46 2-14 Texans - Chaz - Donald Brown, RB, Connecticut
47 2-15 Rams (Chargers, Pats) - Rohirrim - Jamon Meredith, OT, S Carolina
48 2-16 Seahawks - Socolorado - Ron Brace, DT, Boston College
49 2-17 Bears - Sodak - Robert Ayers, DE, Tennessee
50 2-18 Buccaneers - Snarfalicious - Darius Butler, CB, UConn
51 2-19 Cowboys - BFDD -- Rashad Johnson, S, Alabama
52 2-20 Jets - Nickademus -- Clint Sintim, LB, Virgina
53 2-21 Eagles - AzBroncFan -- Louis Delmas, FS, Western Michigan
54 2-22 Bills - Magichef - Duke Robinson, G, Oklahoma
55 2-23 Falcons - JCMElway - Marcus Freeman, LB, Ohio State
56 2-24 Dolphins - NFLBRONCO -- Pat White, QB/WR, West Virginia
57 2-25 Ravens - Northman - Shawn Nelson, TE, So. Miss
58 2-26 Patriots - Eddie Mac - Jarron Gilbert, DE, San Jose State
59 2-27 Panthers - Kaylore - Paul Kruger, DE, Utah
60 2-28 Giants - OSKIE! - Derrick Williams, WE, Penn State
61 2-29 Colts - Mediator -- James Casey, WR/TE, Rice
62 2-30 Titans - Florida Bronco -- D.J Moore, CB, Vanderbilt
63 2-31 Cardinals - TheReverend -- Senderick Marks, DT, Auburn
64 2-32 Steelers - Expatfan -- Jarius Byrd, CB, Oregon

Round 3

65 3-1 Giants - OSKIE! - Fili Moala, DT, USC
66 3-2 Patriots - Eddie Mac -- Juaquin Iglesias, WR, Oklahoma
67 3-3 Chiefs - The Dave - Jasper Brinkley, LB, South Carolina
68 3-4 Seahawks - Socalorado - Shonn Greene, RB, Iowa
69 3-5 Cowboys (Browns) BFDD - Darry Beckwith, LB LSU
70 3-6 Bengals - Killericon - Eric Wood, C Louisville
71 3-7 Raiders - Rugbythug - Ramses Barden, WR, Cal Poly
72 3-8 Jaguars - Arkie - Mike Mickens, CB, Cincinnati
73 3-9 Packers - DBroncos4life - Andy Levitre, G, Oregon State
74 3-10 49ers - Hawk's Boys - Rhett Bomar, QB, Sam Houston State
75 3-11 Redskins - Broncoman4ever - Rashad Jennings, RB, Liberty
76 3-12 Jets (Saints) - Nickademus - Kraig Ubrik, OL, Wisconsin
77 3-13 Texans - Chaz - David Bruton, FS, Notre Dame
78 3-14 Chargers - Carmello15 - Victor "Macho" Harris, S, Virginia Tech
79 3-15 Broncos - Drek - Lawrence Sidbury, DE/OLB, Richmond
80 3-16 Bills - Magichef - Cornelius Ingram, TE, Florida
81 3-17 Buccaneers - Snarf - Tyrone McKenzie OLB USF.
82 3-18 Lions (Cowboys) - Brncs_Fan - Alex Magee, DT, Purdue
83 3-19 Packers (Jets) - DBroncos4life - Chris Baker DT/NT, Hampton.
84 3-20 Bears - Sodak - Louis Murphy, WR, Florida
85 3-21 Eagles - AZBroncfan - Chase Coffman, TE, Mizzou
86 3-22 Vikings - Gyldenlove - Asher Allen, CB, Georgia
87 3-23 Dolphins - NFLBRONCO - Morgan Trent, CB, Michigan
88 3-24 Ravens - Northman - Jason Phillips, LB, TCU
89 3-25 Patriots - Eddie Mac - Michael Hamlin, SS, Clemson
90 3-26 Falcons - JCMElway - Chip Vaughn, SS, Wake Forest
91 3-27 Lions - Brncs Fan - Trevor Canfield, OG, Cincinnati
92 3-28 Colts - Mediator - Dorrell Scott, DT, Clemson
93 3-29 Panthers - Kaylore - Nate Davis, QB, Ball State
94 3-30 Titans - Florida Bronco - Antoine Caldwell, C, Alabama
95 3-31 Cardinals - TheReverend - Jonathan Luigs, C, Arkansas
96 3-32 Steelers - Expatfan - Coye Francies, CB, San Jose State
Comp 3A - Patriots - Eddie Mac - Andre Brown, RB, North Carolina St
Comp 3B - Steelers - Expatfan - Gerald Cadogan, OT, Penn State
Comp 3C - Bengals - Killericon -Dannell Ellerbe, LB, Georgia
Comp 3D - Cardinals - TheReverend -Matt Shaughnessy, DE/OLB, Wisconsin

Round 4

97 4-1 Cowboys (Lions) - Herman Johnson OG, LSU
98 4-2 Chiefs - TheDave - Kyle Moore, DE USC
99 4-3 Patriots - Eddie Mac - Terrance Taylor, NT, Michigan
100 4-4 Browns - Southstnd - Keenan Lewis, CB, Oregon State
101 4-5 Seahawks - Socalorado - Zack Follett, OLB, CAL
102 4-6 Bengals - Killericon - Curtis Taylor, Safety LSU
103 4-7 Jaguars - Arkie - Ricky Jean-Francois, DT, LSU
104 4-8 Browns - Southstnd - Frantz Joseph, ILB, Florida Atlantic
105 4-9 Packers - DB4life - Dominique Johnson, CB, Jackson State
106 4-10 Bills - Magichef - Graham Harrell, QB, Texas Tech
107 4-11 49ers - Hawk's Boys - Sammie Lee Hill, DT, Stillman College
108 4-12 Texans - Chaz - Mike Thomas WR Arizona
109 4-13 Bills - Magichef -Brooks Foster, WR, North Carolina
110 4-14 Broncos - Drek - Travis Beckum, TE, Wisconsin
111 4-15 Jets (Redskins) - Nikademus - Darcel McBath, S, Texas Tech
112 4-16 Saints - ludo - Kevin Barnes, CB, Maryland
113 4-17 Cowboys - BobHorry - Johnny Knox, WR, Abilene Christian
114 4-18 Jets - Nickademus - Mitch King DL, Iowa
115 4-19 Bears - Sodak - Tony Kropog, OT, Tulane
116 4-20 Buccaneers - Snarf - Michael Bennett DE, Texas A&M.
117 4-21 Eagles - AZBroncfan - Xavier Fulton, OT, Illinois
118 4-22 Bills - Magichef - Cody Brown, LB, Uconn
119 4-23 Ravens - Northman - Kevin Ogletree, WR, Virginia
120 4-24 Patriots - Eddie Mac - Scott McKillop ILB Pittsburgh
121 4-25 Falcons - JCMElway - Gerald McRath, LB, So. Miss
122 4-26 Dolphins - NFLBRONCO - DeAngelo Smith CB Cincinnati
124 4-27 Colts - Mediator - Sherrod Martin CB/S Troy
125 4-28 Panthers - Kaylore - Roy Miller, DT, Texas
126 4-29 Giants - Oskie - Brandon Tate, WR, UNC
127 4-30 Titans - Florida Bronco- Fenuki Tupou, OL, Oregon
128 4-31 Patriots - Eddie Mac - Joe Burnett, CB, UCF
129 4-32 Steelers - Expatfan - WR Austin Collie, BYU
Comp 4A - Bears - Sodak -- Javon Ringer, RB, Michigan State
Comp 4B - Giants - Oskie - Mike Goodson, RB. Texas A&M
Comp 4C - Chargers - Carmello15 - Vance Walker, DE, Georgia Tech
Comp 4D - Chargers - Carmello15 - Louis Vasquez, G, Texas Tech
Comp 4E - Titans - Florida Bronco - Jarett Dillard, WR, Rice
Comp 4F - Colts - Mediator - Jason Williams, OLB, Western Illinois

Round 5
129 5-1 Lions - Brncs Fan - Jonathan Casillas, OLB, Wisconsin
130 5-2 Patriots - Eddie Mac - Brandon Gibson, WR, Washington State
131 5-3 Chiefs - theDave - Worrell Williams, OLB, Cal
132 5-4 Broncos (Seahawks) - Drek - Alex Fletcher, OG/C, Stanford
133 5-5 Eagles (Browns) - AZBroncfan - Brandon Williams, DE, Texas Tech
134 5-6 Bengals - Killericon - Joshua Mauga, LB, Nevada
135 5-7 Eagles (Raiders, Falcons) - AZBrnc - TJ Lang, OL, E Michigan
136 5-8 Jaguars - Arkie - Patrick Turner WR USC
137 5-9 Packers - DB4life - Lydon Murtha, OT, Nebraska
138 5-10 49ers - Hawk's Boys - Demetrius Byrd, WR, LSU
139 5-11 Bills - Magichef - James Davis, RB, Clemson
140 5-12 Bills - Magichef - Henry Melton, DE, Texas
141 5-13 Broncos - Drek - Deon Butler, WR/CB, Penn St.
142 5-14 Redskins - Broncoman4ever - Jason Watkins, OT, Florida
143 5-15 Giants (Saints) - Oskie - Cornelius Lewis, OT, Tennessee St
144 5-16 Texans - Chaz - Lee Robinson OLB Alcorn St
145 5-17 Jets - Nickademus - Lardarius Webb, CB, Nicholls State
146 5-18 Bears - Sodak - Derek Pegues, S, Miss. St
147 5-19 Buccaneers - Snarf - Corey Irvin, DT, Georgia
148 5-20 Cowboys - Bobhorry5 - Brice McCain, CB, Utah
149 5-21 Falcons (Eagles) - JCMElway - Augustus Parrish, OT, Kent State
150 5-22 Bills - Magichef - Roger Allen, OG, Missouri Western St
151 5-23 Patriots - Eddie Mac - Nic Harris, LB/S, Oklahoma
152 5-24 Falcons - JCMElway - Captain Munnerlyn, CB, South Carolina
153 5-25 Dolphins - NFLBRONCO - Chris Clemons, SS, Clemson
154 5-26 Ravens - Northman - Louie Sakoda, K, Utah
155 5-27 Colts - Mediator - Mohammed Massaquoi WR Georgia
156 5-28 Panthers - Kaylore - Quan Cosby, WR, Texas
157 5-29 Giants - Oskie - Curtis Painter, QB, Purdue
158 5-30 Cowboys (Titans) - Bobhorry5 - Joel Bell, OT, Furman
159 5-31 Cardinals - TheRev - Pannel Egboh, DE, Stanford
160 5-32 Steelers - Expatfan - David Veikune, DE / OLB, Hawaii
Comp5A - 49ers - Hawk's Boys - Edwin Williams, C, Univ of Maryland
Comp 5B - Patriots - Eddie Mac - Tyronne Green, OG, Auburn
Comp 5C - Cowboys - Bobhorry5 - Tim Jamison, DE, Michigan
Comp 5D - Titans - Florida Bronco -Courtney Greene, S, Rutgers
Round 6

161 6-1 Lions - Broncs fan - Terrance Knighton, DT, Temple
162 6-2 Chiefs - theDave - Andy Kemp, OT, Wisconsin
163 6-3 Patriots - Eddie Mac - Stephen McGee, QB, Texas A&M
164 6-4 Browns - Southstnd - A.Q. Shipley, C, Penn State
165 6-5 Seahawks - Socalorado - Ryan Stanchek OT, West Virginia
166 6-6 Bengals - Killericon - Darryl Richard, DT, Georgia Tech
167 6-7 Jaguars - Arkie - Mike Wallace, WR, Ole Miss
168 6-8 Raiders - Rugbythug - Quinn Johnson, FB, LSU
169 6-9 Packers - DB4Life - Glen Cody, LB, Nebraska
170 6-10 Bills - Magichef - Brandon Underwood, CB, Cincinatti
171 6-11 49ers - Hawk's Boys - Arian Foster, RB, Tennessee
172 6-12 Broncos - Drek - Will Johnson, DE, Michigan
173 6-13 Steelers - Expatfan - Donald Washington, CB, Ohio State
174 6-14 Packers (Saints) - DB4life - Jamar Chaney, LB, Miss ST
175 6-15 Texans - Chaz - Time has lapsed. Please select ASAP! :-/
176 6-16 Bills - Magichef - Robert Brewster, OT, Ball State
177 6-17 Jets - Nickademus - Graham Gano, K, Florida State
178 6-18 Bears - Sodak - on the clock :D
179 6-19 Bears (Buccs) - Sodak -
180 6-20 Lions - Brncs Fan -
181 6-21 Eagles - AZBroncfan -
182 6-22 Eagles (Vikings) - AZBroncfan -
183 6-23 Falcons - JCMElway
184 6-24 Cowboys (Dolphins) - Bobhorry5 -
185 6-25 Ravens - Northman -
186 6-26 Patriots - Eddie Mac -
187 6-27 Panthers - Kaylore
188 6-28 Giants - Oskie -
189 6-29 Colts - Mediator -
190 6-30 Titans - Florida Bronco
191 6-31 Cardinals - theRev -
192 6-32 Bills - Magichef -
Comp 6A - Titans - Florida Bronco -
Comp 6B - Patriots - Eddie Mac
Comp 6C - Cowboys - BFDD
Comp 6D - Bengals - Killericon
Comp 6E - 49ers - Hawk's Boys

Round 7

193 7-1 Cowboys (Lions) - Bobhorry5 -
194 7-2 Patriots - Eddie Mac
195 7-3 Buccaneers (Chiefs) - Snarf -
196 7-4 Seahawks - Socalorado -
197 7-5 Browns - Southstnd -
198 7-6 Bengals - Killericon -
199 7-7 Raiders - Rugbythug -
200 7-8 Buccaneers (Jaguars) - Snarf -
201 7-9 Packers - DB4life -
202 7-10 49ers - Hawk's Boys -
203 7-11 Bills - Magichef -
204 7-12 Vikings (Redskins) - Gyldenlove -
205 7-13 Saints - Ludo -
206 7-14 Texans - Chaz -
207 7-15 Bills - Magichef -
208 7-16 Broncos - Drek -
209 7-17 Bears - Sodak -
210 7-18 Bills - Magichef -
211 7-19 Cowboys - Bobhorry5 -
212 7-20 Jets - Nickademus -
213 7-21 Falcons (Eagles) - JCMElway -
214 7-22 Vikings - Gyldenlove -
215 7-23 Dolphins - NFLBRONCO -
216 7-24 Ravens - Northman
217 7-25 Patriots - Eddie Mac -
218 7-26 Broncos (Falcons) - Drek -
219 7-27 Giants - Oskie -
220 7-28 Colts - Mediator -
221 7-29 Panthers - Kaylore
222 7-30 Titans - Florida Bronco
223 7-31 Cardinals - theRev -
224 7-32 Steelers - Expatfan -
Com 7A - Tennessee - Florida Bronco -
Comp 7B - Wash - Broncoman4ever -
Comp 7C - Seattle - Socalorado -
Comp 7D - Seattle - Socalorado -
Comp 7E - Chicago - Sodak -
Comp 7F - Seattle - Socalorado -
Comp 7G - Chicago - Sodak -
Comp 7H - Seattle - Socalorado -
Comp 7I - Jacksonville - Arkie -
Comp 7J - Detroit - Brncs Fan -
Comp 7K - Detroit - Brncs Fan -
Comp 7L - Kansas City - theDave -
Comp 7M - St. Louis - Rohirrim -

Alpha list

Allen, Asher
Allen, Roger
Ayers, Robert
Baker, Chris
Barden, Ramses
Barnes, Kevin
Barwin, Connor
McBath, Darcel
Beatty, William
Beckum, Travis
Beckwith, Darry
Bell, Joel
Bennet, Michael
Bomar, Rhett
Brace, Ron
Brewster, Robert
Brinkley, Jasper
Britt, Kenny
Britton, Eben
Brown, Andre
Brown, Cody
Brown, Donald
Brown, Everette
Bruton, David
Burnett, Joe
Butler, Darius
Butler, Deon
Byrd, Demetrius
Byrd, Jarius
Cadogan, Gerald
Caldwell, Antoine
Canfield, Trevor
Casey, James
Casillas, Jonathan
Chaney, Jamar
Chung, Patrick
Clemmons, Chris
Cody, Glen
Coffman, Chase
Collie, Austin
Cook, Jared
Cosby, Quan
Crabtree, Michael
Curry, Aaron
Cushing, Brian
Davis, James
Davis, Nate
Davis, Vontae
Delmas, Louis
Dillard, Jarret
Egboh, Pannel
English, Larry
Fletcher, Alex
Follett, Zach
Foster, Arian
Foster, Brooks
Francies, Coye
Freeman, Josh
Freeman, Marcus
Fulton, Xavier
Gano, Graham
Gibson, Brandon
Gilbert, Jarron
Goodson, Mike
Green, Tyronne
Greeene, Shonn
Hamlin, Michael
Harrell, Graham
Harris, Nic
Harris, Victor
Harvin, Percy
Heyward-Bey, Darius
Hill, Sammie Lee
Hood, Evander
Iglesias, Juaquin
Ingram, Cornelius
Irvin, Corey
Jackson, Tyson
Jamison, Tim
Jean-Francois, Ricky
Jenkins, Malcolm
Jennings, Rashad
Jerry, Piera
Joesph, Frantz
Johnson, Dominique
Johnson, Herman
Johnson, Quinn
Johnson, Michael
Johnson, Rashad
Johnson, Will
Kemp, Andy
King, Mitch
Knighton, Terrance
Knox, Johnny
Kropog, Tony
Kruger, Paul
Lang, TJ
Laurinaitis, James
Levitre, Andy
Lewis, Corneilius
Lewis, Keenan
Loadholt, Phil
Lugis, Johnathan
Mack, Alex
Maclin, Jeremy
Marks, SenDerrick
Martin, Sherrod
Massaquoi, Mohammed
Matthews, Clay
Maualuga, Rey
Mauga, Joshua
Maybin, Aaron
Mays, Sendrick
McBath, Darcel
McCain, Brice
McCoy, LeSean
McGee, Steven
McKenzie, Tyrone
McKillop, Scott
McRath, Gerald
Melton, Henry
Meredith, Jamon
Mickens, Mike
Miller, Roy
Moala, Fili
Monroe, Eugene
Moore, DJ
Moore, Kyle
Moore, William
Moreno, Knowshon
Munnerlyn, Captain
Murphy, Louis
Murtha, Lydon
Nelson, Shawn
Nicks, Hakeem
Ogletree, Kevin
Oher, Michael
Orakpo, Brian
Painter, Curtis
Parrish, Augustus
Pegues, Derreck
Pettigrew, Brandon
Phillips, Jason
Raji, BJ
Richard, Darryl
Ringer, Javon
Robinson, Duke
Robinson, Lee
Robiske, Brian
Sakoda, Louie
Sanchez, Mark
Scott, Dorrell
Sidbury, Lawrence
Shaughnessy, Matt
Shipley, A.Q.
Sintim, Clint
Smith, Alphonso
Smith, Andre
Smith, Deangelo
Smith, Jason
Smith, Sean
Stafford, Matthew
Stanchek, Ryan
Tate, Brandon
Taylor, Terrance
Thomas, Mike
Trent, Morgan
Tupou, Fenuki
Turner, Patrick
Ubrik, Kraig
Underwood, Brandon
Unger, Max
Vasquez, Louis
Vaughn, Chip
Veikune, David
Walker, Vance
Wallace, Mike
Washington, Donald
Watkins, Jason
Webb, Lardarius
Wells, Chris
White, Pat
Williams, Brandon
Williams, Derrick
Williams, Edwin
Williams, Jason
Williams, Worrell
Wood, Eric

rugbythug
04-08-2009, 08:29 AM
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Scouts Inc. Grade: 40
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MagicHef
04-09-2009, 10:46 AM
The Bills select:

Brandon Underwood, CB, Cincinatti

Height: 6-1 | Weight: 198 | 40-Time: 4.53

Strengths:
Very athletic...Terrific height and good bulk with long arms...Has fluid hips...Nice hands and ball skills...A great leaper...Can match up in man coverage...Excellent range...Physical and very aggressive...Has some special teams ability...Offers some versatility...Still has a lot of upside.

Weaknesses:
Just average speed...Isn't very explosive...Needs to get stronger...Will miss some tackles...Marginal instincts and awareness...Vulnerable to fakes and takes chances...Little experience...Maturity may be an issue.

Notes:
Brother, E.J., played football at Ohio State...Began his college career with the Buckeyes ('04-'06) but played sparingly...Wasn't living up to his obligations ( academics / missed meetings ) and when informed his scholarship wasn't going to be renewed he opted to transfer...Had a breakout campaign in 2008, which was his one and only season with the Bearcats...Has had some problems with his shoulder...Could also project to safety at the next level and did see quite a bit of action there as a senior...Definitely looks the part on paper and finally began to live up to his potential once he was given some playing time...Talented developmental prospect with a very intriguing set of triangle numbers.

ColoradoBuff
04-09-2009, 01:59 PM
The SF 49ers select:

Arian Foster, RB, Univ. of Tennessee

Height: 6-0<SUP>3/4</SUP> | Weight: 226 | 40-Time: 4.55

http://media.scout.com/media/image/47/474085.jpg

Strengths:
Very good size and bulk...Displays excellent patience...Nice vision and instincts...Great balance...Hits the hole hard and has a burst...Nimble feet...Good strength and is relatively powerful...Has soft, reliable hands...Decent ball skills...Adequate blocker...Was super productive.

Weaknesses:
Lacks great speed...Is not very quick or elusive...Runs too tall...Will have trouble turning the corner in the pros...Not much of a big play threat...Doesn't break as many tackles as he should...Minor durability concerns...Character may be an issue...Real disappointing senior year.

Notes:
A two-year starter...Finished his college career second on the Vols all-time rushing list and third in all-purpose yardage...Underwent arthroscopic knee surgery following the 2007 season...Missed some action with a thigh bruise in 2008...Was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct and underage consumption in 2006...Will try to follow in the footsteps of former Volunteers Jamal Lewis and Travis Henry...Was reportedly given a second round projection by the NFL and strongly considered going pro after his junior year...Draft stock took quite a hit in 2008 and he won't be selected nearly as early as he would have been a year ago...Solid all-around player with decent measurables and a track record of success...May never be a star but has starting potential at the next level...Could be a steal for someone if teams place too heavy of an emphasis on his performance as a senior.
<HR>pick made @ 1:58 pm mtn time.

Drek
04-09-2009, 03:09 PM
With the 172nd pick the Denver Broncos select...

Will Johnson, DE, University of Michigan

http://www.mikedesimone.com/m07/ohiostate/wp63.jpg

Pro Day Numbers
Height: 6041
Weight: 281
40 Yrd Dash: 5.07
20 Yrd Dash: 2.88
10 Yrd Dash: 1.71
225 Lb. Bench Reps: 47
Vertical Jump: 27 1/2
Broad Jump: 09'04"
20 Yrd Shuttle: 4.61
3-Cone Drill: 7.51

Johnson is a big, powerful DE with experience in a 3-4 style of front and time at both DT and DE in college. His 47 bench reps only help to further indicate that he plays the game with great power, and he's tall enough at 6'4" to be a burden in the passing lanes. An excellent 5 tech fit for the 3-4 fronts the Broncos will likely run a good amount of this season.

Johnson was also Big Ten Academic All-Conference and an Athletic Academic Achievement winner.

DBroncos4life
04-09-2009, 07:05 PM
whatever name search doesn't work

BowlenBall
04-09-2009, 10:29 PM
With pick 6-187 (count 'em!) in the OM Mock Draft I, the Pittsburgh Steelers select:

CB Donald Washington, Ohio State

http://skinnymoose.com/collegeathletics/wp-content/uploads/2008/08/donald-washington-ohio-state-football.jpg
Donald Washington's interpretation of Swan Lake....

Ohio State Pro day: 29 NFL teams sent scouts and coaches, including approximately 15 position coaches, to watch 32 players (20 from Ohio State and 12 others from area schools) perform indoors. Most performed on FieldTurf, though six players ran their 40-yard dashes on AstroTurf. CB Donald Washington (6-0 1/8, 199 pounds) ran the 40 in 4.52 and 4.54 seconds and had times of 4.13 seconds in the short shuttle and 6.70 in the three-cone drill. Gil Brandt, NFL.com

Overview
Washington elected to leave with another year of eligibility remaining, surprising scouts who felt he had an opportunity to prove himself in 2009. In reality, Washington has legitimate NFL talent and is hardly inexperienced -- starting 32 games for the Buckeyes. Despite opposing quarterbacks focusing on his side of the field rather than attack Michael Jenkins, Washington struggled to make game-changing plays throughout his career, intercepting only two passes. Washington is expected to get a late boost with his workouts, but scouts view him as a better athlete than football player and strictly a draft gamble based on his upside.

Analysis

Positives: Good height and build for the position. … Legitimate NFL athlete. … Good straight-line speed. … Low backpedal and smooth transition to run with receivers. … A bit choppy out of his breaks, but accelerates quickly. … Closes on the ball quickly. … Flashes the ability to pop the defender and is generally a reliable wrap-up tackler. … Good vision. … Reads the field well with the ball in his hands and has averaged 40.8 yards on his five turnover returns, including one 70-yard interception return for a touchdown. … Straight-line speed and vision as a runner could translate well as a kick returner.

Negatives: Enters the NFL as a better raw athlete than football player. … Relies on his athleticism. … Gives receivers a big cushion and seems content with making the tackle rather than going for the interception. … Too often allows passes into his chest and lacks natural hands for the interception. … Plays with bit of a cover corner mentality and doesn't get very involved in run support. … Finished the 2008 season with only five assisted tackles. … Suspended for the first two games of the 2008 season due to a violation of team rules.

2008 Season
Talented cornerback who was a returning starter there … 22 tackles for the year … missed the first two games of the season … 34-yard interception against Minnesota … three solo stops at Wisconsin … returned a Michigan State fumble 44 yards and also recorded 4 tackles … 3 tackles in Michigan win … six solo stops in Fiesta Bowl … third-year letterman … elected to enter the 2009 NFL draft.

2007 Season
Honorable Mention All--Big 10 (coaches). Starting cornerback with 39 tackles for the season … 70-yard interception return for a touchdown against Kent State … fumble recovery at Penn State … five solo stops at Michigan … defensive player of week: Washington, Kent State … special teams dog tags: Wisconsin … SAE award for outstanding player in Homecoming game … second-year letterman.

2006 Season
Named the team's most outstanding first-year defensive player at the postseason banquet … started nine games when Ohio State opened in its nickel package … played in all 13 games and collected 41 tackles, which ranked eighth on the team and fourth among defensive backs … 28 of his tackles were solo, which ranked sixth of the team … turned in one of the season's big plays when he scooped up a Texas fumble near the OSU goal line and returned it 48 yards to midfield (Buckeyes scored five plays later to go up 7-0) … had a career-seven tackles in the national championship game, including six solos … notched two solo stops in the win over Michigan … was in on tackles behind the line of scrimmage at Texas and vs. Indiana … forced fumbles vs. Bowling Green and Indiana.

2005 Season
Redshirted. Played on the scout team … did not see any game action.

High School
One of the top defensive backs in Indiana … Also played wide receiver, but was recruited for his defensive ability … Was a "big-play" player on offense, averaging 17 yards a catch and scoring 10 touchdowns on 47 receptions … Got the attention of the college recruiters by running a 4.5-second 40-yard dash and recording a vertical leap of 38 inches … Captured the state long jump championship as a junior and senior … Also an honor student.

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 Green Bay Packers (and DB4Life) are on the clock... for two different picks....

DBroncos4life
04-10-2009, 04:40 PM
Samie Lee Hill DT Stillman

MagicHef
04-11-2009, 02:11 AM
The Bills select:

Robert Brewster, OT, Ball State

Height: 6-4<sup>1/8</sup> | Weight: 325 | 40-Time: 5.24

Strengths:
Adequate height...Great bulk...Long arms...Very athletic...Quick with nimble feet...Understands leverage, positioning and angles...Terrific mobility...Natural knee bender...Active and super aggressive...Offers some versatility...Incredibly tough...Durable...Has tons of experience.

Weaknesses:
' Tweener?...Needs to get stronger...Is not real stout at the point of attack...Doesn't get a great push in the run game...Could use his hands better...Played out of a 2-point stance...Had some conditioning issues.

Notes:
Was a four-year starter...Played both right tackle and right guard as a true freshman in 2005...Settled in at right tackle the following year and held that spot down for the next three seasons...Was named 1st Team All-MAC in 2007 and 2008...Never missed a game in college but was hampered by a knee injury as a senior...Best fit at the next level might come inside at offensive guard...Veteran of the college wars with the talent to potentially start but should at least be a valuable backup.

JCMElway
04-11-2009, 01:08 PM
DB4life selects Glen Cody and Jamar Chaney. More info about them later.

nickademus
04-12-2009, 07:33 AM
The New York Jets select:

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JCMElway
04-12-2009, 10:01 AM
Thanks for making us guess Nick!

The Jets select Graham Gano, K, Florida State

JCMElway
04-12-2009, 10:36 PM
Sodak has until 8:30 AM CST to make two selections. If he does not than Brncs Fan is on the clock at that time.

chaz
04-12-2009, 11:22 PM
The Texans select Anthony Hill TE NC State

Daniel Graham type who will complement Owen Daniels well and help the running game become consistently dominant with the Slaton/Brown combo.

JCMElway
04-12-2009, 11:34 PM
Round 1

1 1-1 Lions - Brncs_Fan -- Eugene Monroe, T, Virginia
2 1-2 Rams - Rohirrim -- Michael Crabtree, WR, Texas Tech
3 1-3 Chiefs - theDave -- Matthew Stafford, QB, Georgia
4 1-4 Broncos - Drek -- Aaron Curry, LB, Wake Forest
5 1-5 Raiders -- Rugbythug -- Jason Smith, OT, Baylor
6 1-6 Bengals - Killericon -- B.J. Raji, DT, Boston College
7 1-7 Browns -- Southstnd Junkie -- Brian Orakpo, DE, Texas
8 1-8 Jaguars - Arkie -- Andre Smith, OT, Alabama
9 1-9 Packers – Dbroncos4life -- Everette Brown, DE, Florida State
10 1-10 49ers - Hawk's Boys -- Malcolm Jenkins, FS, Ohio State
11 1-11 Chargers - Carmello15 -- Michael Oher, OT, Ole Miss
12 1-12 Seahawks - Socolorado -- Jeremy Maclin, WR, Missouri
13 1-13 Redskins - Broncom4ever - Darius Heyward-Bey, WR, Maryland
14 1-14 Saints - Ludo -- Brian Cushing, LB, USC
15 1-15 Texans - Chaz -- Tyson Jackson, DE, LSU
16 1-16 Bills - Magichef -- Alex Mack, C, Cal
17 1-17 Jets - Nickademus -- Percy Harvin, WR, Florida
18 1-18 Bears - Sodak -- Mark Sanchez, QB, USC
19 1-19 Buccaneers - Snarfalicious -- Knowshon Moreno, RB, Georgia
20 1-20 Lions(Cowboys)-Brncs_Fan - Alphonso Smith, CB, Wake Forest
21 1-21 Eagles - AZBroncfan -- Chris Wells, RB, OSU
22 1-22 Vikings - Gyldenlove -- Eben Britton, OT, Arizona
23 1-23 Cardinals - TheReverend - Rey Maualuga, LB, USC
24 1-24 Falcons - JCMElway -- Piera Jerry, DT, Ole Miss
25 1-25 Dolphins - NFLBRONCO -- Hakeem Nicks, WR, UNC
26 1-26 Ravens - Northman -- Kenny Britt, WR, Rutgers
27 1-27 Colts - Mediator -- Clay Matthews, LB, USC
28 1-28 Eagles (Panthers) - AZBroncfan - Vontae Davis, CB, Illinois
29 1-29 Lions -- brncs fan - James Lauriniatis, LB, OSU
30 1-30 Titans - Florida Bronco -- Evander Hood, DT, Mizzou
31 1-31 Patriots - Eddie Mac -- Connor Barwin, OLB, Cincinnati
32 1-32 Steelers - Expatfan -- Aaron Maybin, DE, Penn State

Round 2

33 2-1 Giants - OSKIE!!! - Brandon Pettigrew, TE, Tennessee
34 2-2 Chiefs -- theDave - Max Unger, C, Oregon
35 2-3 Rams -- Rohirrim - Patrick Chung, S, Oregon
36 2-4 Browns -- Southstnd Junkie - LeSean McCoy, RB, Pitt
37 2-5 Seahawks -- Socolorado - Sean Smith, DB, Utah
38 2-6 Bengals -- killericon - William Beatty, OT, Connecticut
39 2-7 Jaguars -- Arkie -- Josh Freeman, QB, Kansas State
40 2-8 Raiders -- Rugbythug - Michael Johnson, DE, Georgia Tech
41 2-9 Packers -- DBroncos4life - Jared Cook, TE, South Carolina
42 2-10 Vikings -- Gyldenlove - Brian Robiske, WR, Ohio State
43 2-11 49ers -- Hawk's Boys - Phil Loadholt, OT, Oklahoma
44 2-12 Dolphins (Redskins) -- NFLBRONCO - Larry English, DE, Northern Illinois
45 2-13 Giants (Saints) -- OSKIE! - William Moore, S, Mizzou
46 2-14 Texans - Chaz - Donald Brown, RB, Connecticut
47 2-15 Rams (Chargers, Pats) - Rohirrim - Jamon Meredith, OT, S Carolina
48 2-16 Seahawks - Socolorado - Ron Brace, DT, Boston College
49 2-17 Bears - Sodak - Robert Ayers, DE, Tennessee
50 2-18 Buccaneers - Snarfalicious - Darius Butler, CB, UConn
51 2-19 Cowboys - BFDD -- Rashad Johnson, S, Alabama
52 2-20 Jets - Nickademus -- Clint Sintim, LB, Virgina
53 2-21 Eagles - AzBroncFan -- Louis Delmas, FS, Western Michigan
54 2-22 Bills - Magichef - Duke Robinson, G, Oklahoma
55 2-23 Falcons - JCMElway - Marcus Freeman, LB, Ohio State
56 2-24 Dolphins - NFLBRONCO -- Pat White, QB/WR, West Virginia
57 2-25 Ravens - Northman - Shawn Nelson, TE, So. Miss
58 2-26 Patriots - Eddie Mac - Jarron Gilbert, DE, San Jose State
59 2-27 Panthers - Kaylore - Paul Kruger, DE, Utah
60 2-28 Giants - OSKIE! - Derrick Williams, WE, Penn State
61 2-29 Colts - Mediator -- James Casey, WR/TE, Rice
62 2-30 Titans - Florida Bronco -- D.J Moore, CB, Vanderbilt
63 2-31 Cardinals - TheReverend -- Senderick Marks, DT, Auburn
64 2-32 Steelers - Expatfan -- Jarius Byrd, CB, Oregon

Round 3

65 3-1 Giants - OSKIE! - Fili Moala, DT, USC
66 3-2 Patriots - Eddie Mac -- Juaquin Iglesias, WR, Oklahoma
67 3-3 Chiefs - The Dave - Jasper Brinkley, LB, South Carolina
68 3-4 Seahawks - Socalorado - Shonn Greene, RB, Iowa
69 3-5 Cowboys (Browns) BFDD - Darry Beckwith, LB LSU
70 3-6 Bengals - Killericon - Eric Wood, C Louisville
71 3-7 Raiders - Rugbythug - Ramses Barden, WR, Cal Poly
72 3-8 Jaguars - Arkie - Mike Mickens, CB, Cincinnati
73 3-9 Packers - DBroncos4life - Andy Levitre, G, Oregon State
74 3-10 49ers - Hawk's Boys - Rhett Bomar, QB, Sam Houston State
75 3-11 Redskins - Broncoman4ever - Rashad Jennings, RB, Liberty
76 3-12 Jets (Saints) - Nickademus - Kraig Ubrik, OL, Wisconsin
77 3-13 Texans - Chaz - David Bruton, FS, Notre Dame
78 3-14 Chargers - Carmello15 - Victor "Macho" Harris, S, Virginia Tech
79 3-15 Broncos - Drek - Lawrence Sidbury, DE/OLB, Richmond
80 3-16 Bills - Magichef - Cornelius Ingram, TE, Florida
81 3-17 Buccaneers - Snarf - Tyrone McKenzie OLB USF.
82 3-18 Lions (Cowboys) - Brncs_Fan - Alex Magee, DT, Purdue
83 3-19 Packers (Jets) - DBroncos4life - Chris Baker DT/NT, Hampton.
84 3-20 Bears - Sodak - Louis Murphy, WR, Florida
85 3-21 Eagles - AZBroncfan - Chase Coffman, TE, Mizzou
86 3-22 Vikings - Gyldenlove - Asher Allen, CB, Georgia
87 3-23 Dolphins - NFLBRONCO - Morgan Trent, CB, Michigan
88 3-24 Ravens - Northman - Jason Phillips, LB, TCU
89 3-25 Patriots - Eddie Mac - Michael Hamlin, SS, Clemson
90 3-26 Falcons - JCMElway - Chip Vaughn, SS, Wake Forest
91 3-27 Lions - Brncs Fan - Trevor Canfield, OG, Cincinnati
92 3-28 Colts - Mediator - Dorrell Scott, DT, Clemson
93 3-29 Panthers - Kaylore - Nate Davis, QB, Ball State
94 3-30 Titans - Florida Bronco - Antoine Caldwell, C, Alabama
95 3-31 Cardinals - TheReverend - Jonathan Luigs, C, Arkansas
96 3-32 Steelers - Expatfan - Coye Francies, CB, San Jose State
Comp 3A - Patriots - Eddie Mac - Andre Brown, RB, North Carolina St
Comp 3B - Steelers - Expatfan - Gerald Cadogan, OT, Penn State
Comp 3C - Bengals - Killericon -Dannell Ellerbe, LB, Georgia
Comp 3D - Cardinals - TheReverend -Matt Shaughnessy, DE/OLB, Wisconsin

Round 4

97 4-1 Cowboys (Lions) - Herman Johnson OG, LSU
98 4-2 Chiefs - TheDave - Kyle Moore, DE USC
99 4-3 Patriots - Eddie Mac - Terrance Taylor, NT, Michigan
100 4-4 Browns - Southstnd - Keenan Lewis, CB, Oregon State
101 4-5 Seahawks - Socalorado - Zack Follett, OLB, CAL
102 4-6 Bengals - Killericon - Curtis Taylor, Safety LSU
103 4-7 Jaguars - Arkie - Ricky Jean-Francois, DT, LSU
104 4-8 Browns - Southstnd - Frantz Joseph, ILB, Florida Atlantic
105 4-9 Packers - DB4life - Dominique Johnson, CB, Jackson State
106 4-10 Bills - Magichef - Graham Harrell, QB, Texas Tech
107 4-11 49ers - Hawk's Boys - Sammie Lee Hill, DT, Stillman College
108 4-12 Texans - Chaz - Mike Thomas WR Arizona
109 4-13 Bills - Magichef -Brooks Foster, WR, North Carolina
110 4-14 Broncos - Drek - Travis Beckum, TE, Wisconsin
111 4-15 Jets (Redskins) - Nikademus - Darcel McBath, S, Texas Tech
112 4-16 Saints - ludo - Kevin Barnes, CB, Maryland
113 4-17 Cowboys - BobHorry - Johnny Knox, WR, Abilene Christian
114 4-18 Jets - Nickademus - Mitch King DL, Iowa
115 4-19 Bears - Sodak - Tony Kropog, OT, Tulane
116 4-20 Buccaneers - Snarf - Michael Bennett DE, Texas A&M.
117 4-21 Eagles - AZBroncfan - Xavier Fulton, OT, Illinois
118 4-22 Bills - Magichef - Cody Brown, LB, Uconn
119 4-23 Ravens - Northman - Kevin Ogletree, WR, Virginia
120 4-24 Patriots - Eddie Mac - Scott McKillop ILB Pittsburgh
121 4-25 Falcons - JCMElway - Gerald McRath, LB, So. Miss
122 4-26 Dolphins - NFLBRONCO - DeAngelo Smith CB Cincinnati
124 4-27 Colts - Mediator - Sherrod Martin CB/S Troy
125 4-28 Panthers - Kaylore - Roy Miller, DT, Texas
126 4-29 Giants - Oskie - Brandon Tate, WR, UNC
127 4-30 Titans - Florida Bronco- Fenuki Tupou, OL, Oregon
128 4-31 Patriots - Eddie Mac - Joe Burnett, CB, UCF
129 4-32 Steelers - Expatfan - WR Austin Collie, BYU
Comp 4A - Bears - Sodak -- Javon Ringer, RB, Michigan State
Comp 4B - Giants - Oskie - Mike Goodson, RB. Texas A&M
Comp 4C - Chargers - Carmello15 - Vance Walker, DE, Georgia Tech
Comp 4D - Chargers - Carmello15 - Louis Vasquez, G, Texas Tech
Comp 4E - Titans - Florida Bronco - Jarett Dillard, WR, Rice
Comp 4F - Colts - Mediator - Jason Williams, OLB, Western Illinois

Round 5
129 5-1 Lions - Brncs Fan - Jonathan Casillas, OLB, Wisconsin
130 5-2 Patriots - Eddie Mac - Brandon Gibson, WR, Washington State
131 5-3 Chiefs - theDave - Worrell Williams, OLB, Cal
132 5-4 Broncos (Seahawks) - Drek - Alex Fletcher, OG/C, Stanford
133 5-5 Eagles (Browns) - AZBroncfan - Brandon Williams, DE, Texas Tech
134 5-6 Bengals - Killericon - Joshua Mauga, LB, Nevada
135 5-7 Eagles (Raiders, Falcons) - AZBrnc - TJ Lang, OL, E Michigan
136 5-8 Jaguars - Arkie - Patrick Turner WR USC
137 5-9 Packers - DB4life - Lydon Murtha, OT, Nebraska
138 5-10 49ers - Hawk's Boys - Demetrius Byrd, WR, LSU
139 5-11 Bills - Magichef - James Davis, RB, Clemson
140 5-12 Bills - Magichef - Henry Melton, DE, Texas
141 5-13 Broncos - Drek - Deon Butler, WR/CB, Penn St.
142 5-14 Redskins - Broncoman4ever - Jason Watkins, OT, Florida
143 5-15 Giants (Saints) - Oskie - Cornelius Lewis, OT, Tennessee St
144 5-16 Texans - Chaz - Lee Robinson OLB Alcorn St
145 5-17 Jets - Nickademus - Lardarius Webb, CB, Nicholls State
146 5-18 Bears - Sodak - Derek Pegues, S, Miss. St
147 5-19 Buccaneers - Snarf - Corey Irvin, DT, Georgia
148 5-20 Cowboys - Bobhorry5 - Brice McCain, CB, Utah
149 5-21 Falcons (Eagles) - JCMElway - Augustus Parrish, OT, Kent State
150 5-22 Bills - Magichef - Roger Allen, OG, Missouri Western St
151 5-23 Patriots - Eddie Mac - Nic Harris, LB/S, Oklahoma
152 5-24 Falcons - JCMElway - Captain Munnerlyn, CB, South Carolina
153 5-25 Dolphins - NFLBRONCO - Chris Clemons, SS, Clemson
154 5-26 Ravens - Northman - Louie Sakoda, K, Utah
155 5-27 Colts - Mediator - Mohammed Massaquoi WR Georgia
156 5-28 Panthers - Kaylore - Quan Cosby, WR, Texas
157 5-29 Giants - Oskie - Curtis Painter, QB, Purdue
158 5-30 Cowboys (Titans) - Bobhorry5 - Joel Bell, OT, Furman
159 5-31 Cardinals - TheRev - Pannel Egboh, DE, Stanford
160 5-32 Steelers - Expatfan - David Veikune, DE / OLB, Hawaii
Comp5A - 49ers - Hawk's Boys - Edwin Williams, C, Univ of Maryland
Comp 5B - Patriots - Eddie Mac - Tyronne Green, OG, Auburn
Comp 5C - Cowboys - Bobhorry5 - Tim Jamison, DE, Michigan
Comp 5D - Titans - Florida Bronco -Courtney Greene, S, Rutgers
Round 6

161 6-1 Lions - Broncs fan - Terrance Knighton, DT, Temple
162 6-2 Chiefs - theDave - Andy Kemp, OT, Wisconsin
163 6-3 Patriots - Eddie Mac - Stephen McGee, QB, Texas A&M
164 6-4 Browns - Southstnd - A.Q. Shipley, C, Penn State
165 6-5 Seahawks - Socalorado - Ryan Stanchek OT, West Virginia
166 6-6 Bengals - Killericon - Darryl Richard, DT, Georgia Tech
167 6-7 Jaguars - Arkie - Mike Wallace, WR, Ole Miss
168 6-8 Raiders - Rugbythug - Quinn Johnson, FB, LSU
169 6-9 Packers - DB4Life - Glen Cody, LB, Nebraska
170 6-10 Bills - Magichef - Brandon Underwood, CB, Cincinatti
171 6-11 49ers - Hawk's Boys - Arian Foster, RB, Tennessee
172 6-12 Broncos - Drek - Will Johnson, DE, Michigan
173 6-13 Steelers - Expatfan - Donald Washington, CB, Ohio State
174 6-14 Packers (Saints) - DB4life - Jamar Chaney, LB, Miss ST
175 6-15 Texans - Chaz - Anthony Hill, TE, NC State
176 6-16 Bills - Magichef - Robert Brewster, OT, Ball State
177 6-17 Jets - Nickademus - Graham Gano, K, Florida State
178 6-18 Bears - Sodak - Quinten Lawrence, WR, McNeese St
179 6-19 Bears (Buccs) - Sodak - Ryan Purvis, TE, Boston College
180 6-20 Lions - Brncs Fan - Cary Harris, CB, USC
181 6-21 Eagles - AZBroncfan - Clinton McDonald, DT, Memphis
182 6-22 Eagles (Vikings) - AZBroncfan - DE Willie VanDeSteeg, Minnesota
183 6-23 Falcons - JCMElway - Ray Feinga, G, BYU
184 6-24 Cowboys (Dolphins) - Bobhorry5 - Anthony Felder, LB, Cal
185 6-25 Ravens - Lycan - Victor Butler, LB, Oregon St
186 6-26 Patriots - Eddie Mac - Sebastian Vollmer, OT, Houston
187 6-27 Panthers - Kaylore - Cameron Morrah, TE, California
188 6-28 Giants - Oskie - Jarius Wynn, DE/DT, Georgia
189 6-29 Colts - Mediator - Bradley Fletcher, CB/S, Iowa
190 6-30 Titans - Florida Bronco - Zach Potter, DE, Nebraska
191 6-31 Cardinals - theRev - Lydell Sargeant, CB, Penn State
192 6-32 Bills - Magichef - Michael Ray Garvin, CB, Florida State
Comp 6A - Titans - Florida Bronco - Chris Crane, QB, Boston College
Comp 6B - Patriots - Eddie Mac - Richard Quinn, TE, North Carolina
Comp 6C - Cowboys - Bobhorry5 - on the clock :D
Comp 6D - Bengals - Killericon - on the clock :D
Comp 6E - 49ers - Hawk's Boys

Round 7

193 7-1 Cowboys (Lions) - Bobhorry5 -
194 7-2 Patriots - Eddie Mac
195 7-3 Buccaneers (Chiefs) - Snarf -
196 7-4 Seahawks - Socalorado -
197 7-5 Browns - Southstnd -
198 7-6 Bengals - Killericon -
199 7-7 Raiders - Rugbythug -
200 7-8 Buccaneers (Jaguars) - Snarf -
201 7-9 Packers - DB4life -
202 7-10 49ers - Hawk's Boys -
203 7-11 Bills - Magichef -
204 7-12 Vikings (Redskins) - Gyldenlove -
205 7-13 Saints - Ludo -
206 7-14 Texans - Chaz -
207 7-15 Bills - Magichef -
208 7-16 Broncos - Drek -
209 7-17 Bears - Sodak -
210 7-18 Bills - Magichef -
211 7-19 Cowboys - Bobhorry5 -
212 7-20 Jets - Nickademus -
213 7-21 Falcons (Eagles) - JCMElway -
214 7-22 Vikings - Gyldenlove -
215 7-23 Dolphins - NFLBRONCO -
216 7-24 Ravens - Northman
217 7-25 Patriots - Eddie Mac -
218 7-26 Broncos (Falcons) - Drek -
219 7-27 Giants - Oskie -
220 7-28 Colts - Mediator -
221 7-29 Panthers - Kaylore
222 7-30 Titans - Florida Bronco
223 7-31 Cardinals - theRev -
224 7-32 Steelers - Expatfan -
Com 7A - Tennessee - Florida Bronco -
Comp 7B - Wash - Broncoman4ever -
Comp 7C - Seattle - Socalorado -
Comp 7D - Seattle - Socalorado -
Comp 7E - Chicago - Sodak -
Comp 7F - Seattle - Socalorado -
Comp 7G - Chicago - Sodak -
Comp 7H - Seattle - Socalorado -
Comp 7I - Jacksonville - Arkie -
Comp 7J - Detroit - Brncs Fan -
Comp 7K - Detroit - Brncs Fan -
Comp 7L - Kansas City - theDave -
Comp 7M - St. Louis - Rohirrim -

Alpha list

Allen, Asher
Allen, Roger
Ayers, Robert
Baker, Chris
Barden, Ramses
Barnes, Kevin
Barwin, Connor
McBath, Darcel
Beatty, William
Beckum, Travis
Beckwith, Darry
Bell, Joel
Bennet, Michael
Bomar, Rhett
Brace, Ron
Brewster, Robert
Brinkley, Jasper
Britt, Kenny
Britton, Eben
Brown, Andre
Brown, Cody
Brown, Donald
Brown, Everette
Bruton, David
Burnett, Joe
Butler, Darius
Butler, Deon
Butler, Victor
Byrd, Demetrius
Byrd, Jarius
Cadogan, Gerald
Caldwell, Antoine
Canfield, Trevor
Casey, James
Casillas, Jonathan
Chaney, Jamar
Chung, Patrick
Clemmons, Chris
Cody, Glen
Coffman, Chase
Collie, Austin
Cook, Jared
Cosby, Quan
Crabtree, Michael
Curry, Aaron
Cushing, Brian
Davis, James
Davis, Nate
Davis, Vontae
Delmas, Louis
Dillard, Jarret
Egboh, Pannel
English, Larry
Feinga, Ray
Felder, Anthony
Fletcher, Alex
Fletcher, Bradley
Follett, Zach
Foster, Arian
Foster, Brooks
Francies, Coye
Freeman, Josh
Freeman, Marcus
Fulton, Xavier
Gano, Graham
Garvin, Michael Ray
Gibson, Brandon
Gilbert, Jarron
Goodson, Mike
Green, Tyronne
Greeene, Shonn
Hamlin, Michael
Harrell, Graham
Harris, Cary
Harris, Nic
Harris, Victor
Harvin, Percy
Heyward-Bey, Darius
Hill, Anthony
Hill, Sammie Lee
Hood, Evander
Iglesias, Juaquin
Ingram, Cornelius
Irvin, Corey
Jackson, Tyson
Jamison, Tim
Jean-Francois, Ricky
Jenkins, Malcolm
Jennings, Rashad
Jerry, Piera
Joesph, Frantz
Johnson, Dominique
Johnson, Herman
Johnson, Quinn
Johnson, Michael
Johnson, Rashad
Johnson, Will
Kemp, Andy
King, Mitch
Knighton, Terrance
Knox, Johnny
Kropog, Tony
Kruger, Paul
Lang, TJ
Laurinaitis, James
Levitre, Andy
Lewis, Corneilius
Lewis, Keenan
Loadholt, Phil
Lugis, Johnathan
Mack, Alex
Maclin, Jeremy
Marks, SenDerrick
Martin, Sherrod
Massaquoi, Mohammed
Matthews, Clay
Maualuga, Rey
Mauga, Joshua
Maybin, Aaron
Mays, Sendrick
McBath, Darcel
McCain, Brice
McCoy, LeSean
McDonald, Clinton
McGee, Steven
McKenzie, Tyrone
McKillop, Scott
McRath, Gerald
Melton, Henry
Meredith, Jamon
Mickens, Mike
Miller, Roy
Moala, Fili
Monroe, Eugene
Moore, DJ
Moore, Kyle
Moore, William
Moreno, Knowshon
Morrah, Cameron
Munnerlyn, Captain
Murphy, Louis
Murtha, Lydon
Nelson, Shawn
Nicks, Hakeem
Ogletree, Kevin
Oher, Michael
Orakpo, Brian
Painter, Curtis
Parrish, Augustus
Pegues, Derreck
Pettigrew, Brandon
Phillips, Jason
Potter, Zach
Raji, BJ
Richard, Darryl
Ringer, Javon
Robinson, Duke
Robinson, Lee
Robiske, Brian
Sakoda, Louie
Sanchez, Mark
Sargeant, Lydell
Scott, Dorrell
Sidbury, Lawrence
Shaughnessy, Matt
Shipley, A.Q.
Sintim, Clint
Smith, Alphonso
Smith, Andre
Smith, Deangelo
Smith, Jason
Smith, Sean
Stafford, Matthew
Stanchek, Ryan
Tate, Brandon
Taylor, Terrance
Thomas, Mike
Trent, Morgan
Tupou, Fenuki
Turner, Patrick
Ubrik, Kraig
Underwood, Brandon
Unger, Max
VandeSteeg, Willie
Vasquez, Louis
Vaughn, Chip
Veikune, David
Vollmer, Sebastian
Walker, Vance
Wallace, Mike
Washington, Donald
Watkins, Jason
Webb, Lardarius
Wells, Chris
White, Pat
Williams, Brandon
Williams, Derrick
Williams, Edwin
Williams, Jason
Williams, Worrell
Wood, Eric
Wynn, Jarius

SoDak Bronco
04-13-2009, 03:48 PM
178th Pick- Chicago Bears Select- Quinten Lawrence- WR McNeese St.

Strengths:
Good height...Excellent speed...Is quick with great acceleration and a burst...Terrific weight room strength...Vertical threat who can stretch the field...Elusive with good vision...A willing blocker...Return ability.

Weaknesses:
Doesn't have the bulk you look for...Short arms and small hands...Not very physical...Has room to improve as a route runner...Drops some catchable balls...Has trouble beating the jam...Durability is a concern.

Notes:
Uncle, Byron Allen, played football at LSU...Was also a member of the track and field team at McNeese State...Was a four-year starter for the Cowboys...Named 1st Team All-SLC as a true freshman...Suffered a broken right ankle in 2008 and wound up missing most of his senior season...Averaged 19.0 yards on 22 kickoff returns during his college career...Benched 20 reps of 225 pounds at the Scouting Combine, which was fourth best among the wideouts...Profiles as a #3 or #4 receiver / slot guy and return specialist at the next level...Small school prospect that is flying under the radar because he didn't play much as a senior...Nice sleeper who could be had at a bargain point in the draft

SoDak Bronco
04-13-2009, 03:55 PM
179th Pick- Chicago Bears Select - Ryan Purvis - TE Boston College

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brncs_fan
04-13-2009, 09:31 PM
With the 80th pick the Lions select:

Cary Harris, CB, USC

Good special teamer with the potential to work into a starting spot or nickle back role.

Pick was made at 10:30pm CST

azbroncfan
04-13-2009, 10:30 PM
With the next two picks in the draft the Philadelphia Eagles select

181 DT Clinton McDonald, Memphis

182 DE Willie VanDeSteeg, Minnesota

BobHorry5
04-14-2009, 01:36 AM
the dallas cowboys select linebacker from california
Anthony Felder
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</td> </tr> <tr> <td valign="top" width="25%" bgcolor="#f3f3f3"> Combine Invite: Yes
Height: 6017
Weight: 233
40 Yrd Dash: 4.69
20 Yrd Dash: 2.70
10 Yrd Dash: 1.53 </td> <td valign="top" width="25%" bgcolor="#f3f3f3"> 225 Lb. Bench Reps: 28
Vertical Jump:
Broad Jump: 09'08"
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Analysis

Analysis Positives: Stout in-the-box run defender. ... Good frame with room for additional growth. ... Good instincts for the position. ... Locates the ball quickly and no waste of motion to get into position to make a play on the ball. ... Good initial pop to meet, greet and discard the oncoming blocker. ... Experienced blitzer. ... Can close when opportunities present themselves. ... Good straight-line speed. ... Cognizant defender in coverage who reads the quarterback's eyes. ... Tough. ...

JCMElway
04-14-2009, 09:17 AM
The Falcs took Ray Feinga. BTW.

Lycan
04-14-2009, 11:43 AM
With the 185th pick in the draft the Baltimore Ravens select Victor Butler, LB, Oregon St.

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Strengths:
Very athletic...Solid size and bulk...Long arms and big hands...Fast and has a burst...Strong and powerful...Excellent pass rusher...Active with a great motor...Violent tackler...Leader...Also excels on special teams.

Weaknesses:
'Tweener...Lacks fluid hips and is super raw in coverage...Struggles in space...Has trouble getting off blocks...Average agility and change of direction skills...Questionable instincts...Limited starting experience.

Notes:
College defensive end who may have to move to outside linebacker at the next level...Played sparingly as a true freshman in 2005...Played in all 14 games as a backup in 2006...Started 1 game in 2007 but played extensively as a pass rush specialist...Finally got a chance to be a full-time starter in 2008 and came through with an outstanding final campaign...Was named 1st Team All-Pac 10 as a senior...Might fit best in a 3-4 scheme...Will likely face a difficult transition at the next level but his ability to get after the quarterback gives him a fighting chance.

Pick was made at 1:44 PM EST.

eddie mac
04-14-2009, 01:49 PM
With pick 6-186 of the 2009 OM GM Mock Draft I the New England Patriots select

Sebastian Vollmer OT Houston

http://seahawknationblog.com/files/2009/03/sebastian-vollmer.jpg


Overview
Vollmer is one of the more unusual stories in this year's draft class. He did not start playing football until he was 14 years old, but still helped his German prep school win two national championships.



U.S. college coaches lined up to sign Vollmer after he appeared in the 2004 Global Junior Championships in San Diego. Vollmer spoke almost no English when he signed with Houston.



He started out as a 250-pound tight end before growing into a first-team All-Conference USA left tackle as a senior. Although he missed the 2006 season with major back surgery and will turn 25 in July, Vollmer's upside, size and athleticism means he'll be selected sometime mid-afternoon Sunday on draft weekend.

Analysis
Positives: Prototypical height and length for the tackle position. Plenty of upside, and could gain another 10-15 pounds of muscle. Good strength to get into the defender's jersey and walk him off the line. Catches and locks onto pass rushers using his size and long arms, rarely getting ripped off initially. Uses his length and footwork to prevent speed rushers from getting his outside shoulder. Fair initial punch that knocks smaller ends off their path. Has quick enough feet to get inside the shoulder of his man on runs away from his side. Picks up inside blitzes well. Adequate getting to linebackers when he can line them up.



Negatives: Still a bit raw due to inexperience. Played left tackle for UH but is best on the right side in the NFL because he lacks the requisite lateral movement and recovery speed. His pad level is too high on most plays. Will lose the leverage battle and get pushed into the quarterback by stronger pro defensive ends unless he bends his knees and uses his hands effectively. Does not stay with his man if his quarterback scrambles. Could sustain blocks better by moving his feet, as he tends to simply push the defender and lose his balance. Struggles to adjust quickly to late blitzes and at the second level. Houston's pass-happy, spread offense did not allow him to line up with his hand on the ground very often. Must learn to explode from his stance in short-yardage situations.



Draft Selections
1-31 Connor Barwin OLB/TE Cincinnati
2-58 Jarron Gilbert DE San Jose State
3-66 Juaquin Iglesias WR Oklahoma
3-89 Michael Hamlin S Clemson
3-Comp A Andre Brown RB North Carolina State
4-99 Terrance Taylor NT Michigan
4-120 Scott McKillop ILB Pittsburgh
4-128 Joe Burnett CB UCF
5-131 Brandon Gibson WR Washington State
5-151 Nic Harris S/LB Oklahoma
5-Comp B Tyronne Green OG Auburn
6-163 Stephen McGee QB Texas A&M
6-186 Sebastian Vollmer OT Houston
6-Comp B
7-194
7-217

Selection made at 3-48pm ET, Carolina and Kaylore are OTC

Kaylore
04-14-2009, 03:06 PM
The Panthers select Cameron Morrah, TE, California.

http://www.dailycal.org/photos/20081014/103092-10.15.football.YAN-01.jpg

Go Oskie, go!

Mediator12
04-14-2009, 03:47 PM
Just got off the phone With Oskie and he can not get to a computer for awhile so he asked me to select for him.

With the 204th selection in the 2009 draft the Giants select:

Jarius Wynn DE/DT Georgia


More Coming when he gets back to Colorado!

Mediator12
04-14-2009, 03:49 PM
With the 205th pick in the 2009 Draft the Colts select:

Bradley Fletcher CB/S Iowa

That's 2 picks in 2 minutes lets get going to the 7th round!

Florida_Bronco
04-14-2009, 10:48 PM
At 12:45AM EST the Titans select DE Zach Potter of Nebraska.

TheReverend
04-15-2009, 10:30 AM
With 191st pick, the Arizona Cardinals are happy to make their obligatory PSU selection by picking:

Lydell Sargeant, CB
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Welcome to Special Teams :)

MagicHef
04-16-2009, 07:05 AM
The Buffalo Bills select:

Michael Ray Garvin, CB, Florida State

Height: 5-1 | Weight: 174 | 40-Time: 4.24

Florida State Pro day: Florida State’s pro day was held outdoors Monday on FieldTurf in Tallahassee, Fla., and was attended by 26 NFL teams. Linebacker coaches from the Miami Dolphins, Jacksonville Jaguars and Philadelphia Eagles were in attendance, among others. Fifteen players worked out at the pro day. A player to watch is CB/KR Michael Ray Garvin (5-7 5/8, 174 pounds). Garvin, a world-class track speedster, turned in times of 4.24 and 4.28 seconds in the 40-yard dash. For comparison, either one of those times would have been the fastest at the combine in Indianapolis, as Maryland’s Darrius Heyward-Bey had the best time at 4.30 seconds. Garvin also had a 36-inch vertical leap, a 10-foot, 8-inch broad jump and times of 4.34 seconds in the short shuttle and 6.97 seconds in the three-cone drill. – Gil Brandt, NFL.com

http://media.scout.com/Media/Image/56/568560.jpg

eddie mac
04-16-2009, 11:08 AM
With pick 6-Comp B of the 2009 OM GM Mock Draft I the New England Patriots select

Richard Quinn TE North Carolina

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Overview
With only 12 career receptions for 124 yards and two touchdowns, Quinn's value lies in his blocking. Nicknamed "Big Rich," he plays up to his moniker, giving the Tar Heels essentially another offensive tackle at the line of scrimmage. With many of today's NFL offenses preferring receiving specialists at tight end, Quinn could still be waiting to hear his name called late in the draft. However, there are always teams on the lookout for physical run blockers capable of sneaking off the line of scrimmage for short-yardage passes. In this capacity, Quinn could find a niche in the pros. Had an arm span of 33 1/2 inches and a hand span of 9 1/2 inches at the combine.

Analysis
Positives: Naturally large man with a powerful upper and lower body. Good initial quickness off the snap to gain an advantage as a run blocker. Good hand placement and upper body strength to pop the defender. Plays with leverage. Can get under the pads of the defender and drive him off the line of scrimmage. Has the phone booth quickness to get to the second level and shows at least adequate lateral quickness to block in space. Uses his big frame to shield defenders from the ball as a receiver. At least marginal hands for the reception. Gets low and can run through arm-tackles to gain positive yardage after the reception.



Negatives: Lacks the straight-line speed to be more than a short-range target in the passing game. Lumbers off the snap, and lacks the quick feet to consistently gain separation as a route-runner. Has to gather himself and too often rounds off his routes. Lacks the flexibility to consistently make receptions outside of his frame. Requires a Combine check on his shoulder; missed the entire 2006 season after fracturing his right shoulder blade in August 2006.




Draft Selections
1-31 Connor Barwin OLB/TE Cincinnati
2-58 Jarron Gilbert DE San Jose State
3-66 Juaquin Iglesias WR Oklahoma
3-89 Michael Hamlin S Clemson
3-Comp A Andre Brown RB North Carolina State
4-99 Terrance Taylor NT Michigan
4-120 Scott McKillop ILB Pittsburgh
4-128 Joe Burnett CB UCF
5-131 Brandon Gibson WR Washington State
5-151 Nic Harris S/LB Oklahoma
5-Comp B Tyronne Green OG Auburn
6-163 Stephen McGee QB Texas A&M
6-186 Sebastian Vollmer OT Houston
6-C (B) Richard Quinn TE North Carolina
7-194
7-217

Selection made at 1-06pm ET, Dallas and Bobhorry5 are OTC

Florida_Bronco
04-16-2009, 02:28 PM
The Titans select Chris Crane QB Boston College at 4:30PM EST.

BobHorry5
04-16-2009, 10:17 PM
and the dallas cow boys select
TE Richard Quinn, North Carolina (6-4, 264

It’s becoming more and more difficult for NFL teams to find capable college tight ends who know how to block. As a result, even strictly blocking tight ends are now receiving a fair amount of interest from scouts. This seems to be the case with Quinn, who recorded only eight receptions last season for 97 yards. However, he showcased a skill set that’s becoming rare among college tight ends – an ability to line up and be an efficient in-line blocker. Quinn is a physically strapping young man with a powerful upper and lower body. He does a great job firing off the snap low and not only has the strength to create some movement in the run game but also plays with natural leverage and good hand placement and understands proper blocking technique in the run and pass game. He also displays the coordination to get out to the second level and seal run lanes down the field. Quinn displayed better overall athleticism than anticipated at his pro day, clocking times in the mid-4.7 range.

ludo21
04-16-2009, 10:46 PM
and the dallas cow boys select
TE Richard Quinn, North Carolina (6-4, 264

It’s becoming more and more difficult for NFL teams to find capable college tight ends who know how to block. As a result, even strictly blocking tight ends are now receiving a fair amount of interest from scouts. This seems to be the case with Quinn, who recorded only eight receptions last season for 97 yards. However, he showcased a skill set that’s becoming rare among college tight ends – an ability to line up and be an efficient in-line blocker. Quinn is a physically strapping young man with a powerful upper and lower body. He does a great job firing off the snap low and not only has the strength to create some movement in the run game but also plays with natural leverage and good hand placement and understands proper blocking technique in the run and pass game. He also displays the coordination to get out to the second level and seal run lanes down the field. Quinn displayed better overall athleticism than anticipated at his pro day, clocking times in the mid-4.7 range.


really???

its not like he was picked in round 4 or 5.. it was 2 pickss AGO!! :thumbs:

JCMElway
04-17-2009, 12:31 AM
I'll have him re-select in the morning. Let's carry on with the next drafter.

BobHorry5
04-17-2009, 11:55 AM
but i really wanted him
sorry jcm told me he was only missing the last pick and in a rush didnt look any further than that so the cowboys select
FB Chris Pressley, Wisconsin (5-11, 257)
Pressley is a big fullback with a thick trunk and good lower body strength. He was banged up most of his senior season but finally looks healthy and is starting to ascend draft boards. Pressley isn’t the versatile type of fullback who can help out in a number of ways on offense. He didn’t get his hands on the ball much at Wisconsin, and it doesn’t look like he’ll be getting many opportunities in the NFL either. However, if you want a powerful lead blocker who gets consistent movement in the run game and can handle linebackers in the hole, Pressley is your guy. He ran much better than anticipated at the Wisconsin pro day (4.80 in the 40) and really impressed with his 32 reps on the bench. He isn’t a real glamour guy, and I doubt he even gets drafted late. However, he’s a guy who has now moved himself into a position to likely get signed quickly after the draft and compete for a lead-blocking role in training camp. The traditional fullback position is a dying breed in the NFL, but every year guys like Pressley, who have the ability to lead block and pick up the blitz, get signed and make a roster right out of training camp.

JCMElway
04-18-2009, 12:45 AM
Round 1

1 1-1 Lions - Brncs_Fan -- Eugene Monroe, T, Virginia
2 1-2 Rams - Rohirrim -- Michael Crabtree, WR, Texas Tech
3 1-3 Chiefs - theDave -- Matthew Stafford, QB, Georgia
4 1-4 Broncos - Drek -- Aaron Curry, LB, Wake Forest
5 1-5 Raiders -- Rugbythug -- Jason Smith, OT, Baylor
6 1-6 Bengals - Killericon -- B.J. Raji, DT, Boston College
7 1-7 Browns -- Southstnd Junkie -- Brian Orakpo, DE, Texas
8 1-8 Jaguars - Arkie -- Andre Smith, OT, Alabama
9 1-9 Packers – Dbroncos4life -- Everette Brown, DE, Florida State
10 1-10 49ers - Hawk's Boys -- Malcolm Jenkins, FS, Ohio State
11 1-11 Chargers - Carmello15 -- Michael Oher, OT, Ole Miss
12 1-12 Seahawks - Socolorado -- Jeremy Maclin, WR, Missouri
13 1-13 Redskins - Broncom4ever - Darius Heyward-Bey, WR, Maryland
14 1-14 Saints - Ludo -- Brian Cushing, LB, USC
15 1-15 Texans - Chaz -- Tyson Jackson, DE, LSU
16 1-16 Bills - Magichef -- Alex Mack, C, Cal
17 1-17 Jets - Nickademus -- Percy Harvin, WR, Florida
18 1-18 Bears - Sodak -- Mark Sanchez, QB, USC
19 1-19 Buccaneers - Snarfalicious -- Knowshon Moreno, RB, Georgia
20 1-20 Lions(Cowboys)-Brncs_Fan - Alphonso Smith, CB, Wake Forest
21 1-21 Eagles - AZBroncfan -- Chris Wells, RB, OSU
22 1-22 Vikings - Gyldenlove -- Eben Britton, OT, Arizona
23 1-23 Cardinals - TheReverend - Rey Maualuga, LB, USC
24 1-24 Falcons - JCMElway -- Piera Jerry, DT, Ole Miss
25 1-25 Dolphins - NFLBRONCO -- Hakeem Nicks, WR, UNC
26 1-26 Ravens - Northman -- Kenny Britt, WR, Rutgers
27 1-27 Colts - Mediator -- Clay Matthews, LB, USC
28 1-28 Eagles (Panthers) - AZBroncfan - Vontae Davis, CB, Illinois
29 1-29 Lions -- brncs fan - James Lauriniatis, LB, OSU
30 1-30 Titans - Florida Bronco -- Evander Hood, DT, Mizzou
31 1-31 Patriots - Eddie Mac -- Connor Barwin, OLB, Cincinnati
32 1-32 Steelers - Expatfan -- Aaron Maybin, DE, Penn State

Round 2

33 2-1 Giants - OSKIE!!! - Brandon Pettigrew, TE, Tennessee
34 2-2 Chiefs -- theDave - Max Unger, C, Oregon
35 2-3 Rams -- Rohirrim - Patrick Chung, S, Oregon
36 2-4 Browns -- Southstnd Junkie - LeSean McCoy, RB, Pitt
37 2-5 Seahawks -- Socolorado - Sean Smith, DB, Utah
38 2-6 Bengals -- killericon - William Beatty, OT, Connecticut
39 2-7 Jaguars -- Arkie -- Josh Freeman, QB, Kansas State
40 2-8 Raiders -- Rugbythug - Michael Johnson, DE, Georgia Tech
41 2-9 Packers -- DBroncos4life - Jared Cook, TE, South Carolina
42 2-10 Vikings -- Gyldenlove - Brian Robiske, WR, Ohio State
43 2-11 49ers -- Hawk's Boys - Phil Loadholt, OT, Oklahoma
44 2-12 Dolphins (Redskins) -- NFLBRONCO - Larry English, DE, Northern Illinois
45 2-13 Giants (Saints) -- OSKIE! - William Moore, S, Mizzou
46 2-14 Texans - Chaz - Donald Brown, RB, Connecticut
47 2-15 Rams (Chargers, Pats) - Rohirrim - Jamon Meredith, OT, S Carolina
48 2-16 Seahawks - Socolorado - Ron Brace, DT, Boston College
49 2-17 Bears - Sodak - Robert Ayers, DE, Tennessee
50 2-18 Buccaneers - Snarfalicious - Darius Butler, CB, UConn
51 2-19 Cowboys - BFDD -- Rashad Johnson, S, Alabama
52 2-20 Jets - Nickademus -- Clint Sintim, LB, Virgina
53 2-21 Eagles - AzBroncFan -- Louis Delmas, FS, Western Michigan
54 2-22 Bills - Magichef - Duke Robinson, G, Oklahoma
55 2-23 Falcons - JCMElway - Marcus Freeman, LB, Ohio State
56 2-24 Dolphins - NFLBRONCO -- Pat White, QB/WR, West Virginia
57 2-25 Ravens - Northman - Shawn Nelson, TE, So. Miss
58 2-26 Patriots - Eddie Mac - Jarron Gilbert, DE, San Jose State
59 2-27 Panthers - Kaylore - Paul Kruger, DE, Utah
60 2-28 Giants - OSKIE! - Derrick Williams, WE, Penn State
61 2-29 Colts - Mediator -- James Casey, WR/TE, Rice
62 2-30 Titans - Florida Bronco -- D.J Moore, CB, Vanderbilt
63 2-31 Cardinals - TheReverend -- Senderick Marks, DT, Auburn
64 2-32 Steelers - Expatfan -- Jarius Byrd, CB, Oregon

Round 3

65 3-1 Giants - OSKIE! - Fili Moala, DT, USC
66 3-2 Patriots - Eddie Mac -- Juaquin Iglesias, WR, Oklahoma
67 3-3 Chiefs - The Dave - Jasper Brinkley, LB, South Carolina
68 3-4 Seahawks - Socalorado - Shonn Greene, RB, Iowa
69 3-5 Cowboys (Browns) BFDD - Darry Beckwith, LB LSU
70 3-6 Bengals - Killericon - Eric Wood, C Louisville
71 3-7 Raiders - Rugbythug - Ramses Barden, WR, Cal Poly
72 3-8 Jaguars - Arkie - Mike Mickens, CB, Cincinnati
73 3-9 Packers - DBroncos4life - Andy Levitre, G, Oregon State
74 3-10 49ers - Hawk's Boys - Rhett Bomar, QB, Sam Houston State
75 3-11 Redskins - Broncoman4ever - Rashad Jennings, RB, Liberty
76 3-12 Jets (Saints) - Nickademus - Kraig Ubrik, OL, Wisconsin
77 3-13 Texans - Chaz - David Bruton, FS, Notre Dame
78 3-14 Chargers - Carmello15 - Victor "Macho" Harris, S, Virginia Tech
79 3-15 Broncos - Drek - Lawrence Sidbury, DE/OLB, Richmond
80 3-16 Bills - Magichef - Cornelius Ingram, TE, Florida
81 3-17 Buccaneers - Snarf - Tyrone McKenzie OLB USF.
82 3-18 Lions (Cowboys) - Brncs_Fan - Alex Magee, DT, Purdue
83 3-19 Packers (Jets) - DBroncos4life - Chris Baker DT/NT, Hampton.
84 3-20 Bears - Sodak - Louis Murphy, WR, Florida
85 3-21 Eagles - AZBroncfan - Chase Coffman, TE, Mizzou
86 3-22 Vikings - Gyldenlove - Asher Allen, CB, Georgia
87 3-23 Dolphins - NFLBRONCO - Morgan Trent, CB, Michigan
88 3-24 Ravens - Northman - Jason Phillips, LB, TCU
89 3-25 Patriots - Eddie Mac - Michael Hamlin, SS, Clemson
90 3-26 Falcons - JCMElway - Chip Vaughn, SS, Wake Forest
91 3-27 Lions - Brncs Fan - Trevor Canfield, OG, Cincinnati
92 3-28 Colts - Mediator - Dorrell Scott, DT, Clemson
93 3-29 Panthers - Kaylore - Nate Davis, QB, Ball State
94 3-30 Titans - Florida Bronco - Antoine Caldwell, C, Alabama
95 3-31 Cardinals - TheReverend - Jonathan Luigs, C, Arkansas
96 3-32 Steelers - Expatfan - Coye Francies, CB, San Jose State
Comp 3A - Patriots - Eddie Mac - Andre Brown, RB, North Carolina St
Comp 3B - Steelers - Expatfan - Gerald Cadogan, OT, Penn State
Comp 3C - Bengals - Killericon -Dannell Ellerbe, LB, Georgia
Comp 3D - Cardinals - TheReverend -Matt Shaughnessy, DE/OLB, Wisconsin

Round 4

97 4-1 Cowboys (Lions) - Herman Johnson OG, LSU
98 4-2 Chiefs - TheDave - Kyle Moore, DE USC
99 4-3 Patriots - Eddie Mac - Terrance Taylor, NT, Michigan
100 4-4 Browns - Southstnd - Keenan Lewis, CB, Oregon State
101 4-5 Seahawks - Socalorado - Zack Follett, OLB, CAL
102 4-6 Bengals - Killericon - Curtis Taylor, Safety LSU
103 4-7 Jaguars - Arkie - Ricky Jean-Francois, DT, LSU
104 4-8 Browns - Southstnd - Frantz Joseph, ILB, Florida Atlantic
105 4-9 Packers - DB4life - Dominique Johnson, CB, Jackson State
106 4-10 Bills - Magichef - Graham Harrell, QB, Texas Tech
107 4-11 49ers - Hawk's Boys - Sammie Lee Hill, DT, Stillman College
108 4-12 Texans - Chaz - Mike Thomas WR Arizona
109 4-13 Bills - Magichef -Brooks Foster, WR, North Carolina
110 4-14 Broncos - Drek - Travis Beckum, TE, Wisconsin
111 4-15 Jets (Redskins) - Nikademus - Darcel McBath, S, Texas Tech
112 4-16 Saints - ludo - Kevin Barnes, CB, Maryland
113 4-17 Cowboys - BobHorry - Johnny Knox, WR, Abilene Christian
114 4-18 Jets - Nickademus - Mitch King DL, Iowa
115 4-19 Bears - Sodak - Tony Kropog, OT, Tulane
116 4-20 Buccaneers - Snarf - Michael Bennett DE, Texas A&M.
117 4-21 Eagles - AZBroncfan - Xavier Fulton, OT, Illinois
118 4-22 Bills - Magichef - Cody Brown, LB, Uconn
119 4-23 Ravens - Northman - Kevin Ogletree, WR, Virginia
120 4-24 Patriots - Eddie Mac - Scott McKillop ILB Pittsburgh
121 4-25 Falcons - JCMElway - Gerald McRath, LB, So. Miss
122 4-26 Dolphins - NFLBRONCO - DeAngelo Smith CB Cincinnati
124 4-27 Colts - Mediator - Sherrod Martin CB/S Troy
125 4-28 Panthers - Kaylore - Roy Miller, DT, Texas
126 4-29 Giants - Oskie - Brandon Tate, WR, UNC
127 4-30 Titans - Florida Bronco- Fenuki Tupou, OL, Oregon
128 4-31 Patriots - Eddie Mac - Joe Burnett, CB, UCF
129 4-32 Steelers - Expatfan - WR Austin Collie, BYU
Comp 4A - Bears - Sodak -- Javon Ringer, RB, Michigan State
Comp 4B - Giants - Oskie - Mike Goodson, RB. Texas A&M
Comp 4C - Chargers - Carmello15 - Vance Walker, DE, Georgia Tech
Comp 4D - Chargers - Carmello15 - Louis Vasquez, G, Texas Tech
Comp 4E - Titans - Florida Bronco - Jarett Dillard, WR, Rice
Comp 4F - Colts - Mediator - Jason Williams, OLB, Western Illinois

Round 5
129 5-1 Lions - Brncs Fan - Jonathan Casillas, OLB, Wisconsin
130 5-2 Patriots - Eddie Mac - Brandon Gibson, WR, Washington State
131 5-3 Chiefs - theDave - Worrell Williams, OLB, Cal
132 5-4 Broncos (Seahawks) - Drek - Alex Fletcher, OG/C, Stanford
133 5-5 Eagles (Browns) - AZBroncfan - Brandon Williams, DE, Texas Tech
134 5-6 Bengals - Killericon - Joshua Mauga, LB, Nevada
135 5-7 Eagles (Raiders, Falcons) - AZBrnc - TJ Lang, OL, E Michigan
136 5-8 Jaguars - Arkie - Patrick Turner WR USC
137 5-9 Packers - DB4life - Lydon Murtha, OT, Nebraska
138 5-10 49ers - Hawk's Boys - Demetrius Byrd, WR, LSU
139 5-11 Bills - Magichef - James Davis, RB, Clemson
140 5-12 Bills - Magichef - Henry Melton, DE, Texas
141 5-13 Broncos - Drek - Deon Butler, WR/CB, Penn St.
142 5-14 Redskins - Broncoman4ever - Jason Watkins, OT, Florida
143 5-15 Giants (Saints) - Oskie - Cornelius Lewis, OT, Tennessee St
144 5-16 Texans - Chaz - Lee Robinson OLB Alcorn St
145 5-17 Jets - Nickademus - Lardarius Webb, CB, Nicholls State
146 5-18 Bears - Sodak - Derek Pegues, S, Miss. St
147 5-19 Buccaneers - Snarf - Corey Irvin, DT, Georgia
148 5-20 Cowboys - Bobhorry5 - Brice McCain, CB, Utah
149 5-21 Falcons (Eagles) - JCMElway - Augustus Parrish, OT, Kent State
150 5-22 Bills - Magichef - Roger Allen, OG, Missouri Western St
151 5-23 Patriots - Eddie Mac - Nic Harris, LB/S, Oklahoma
152 5-24 Falcons - JCMElway - Captain Munnerlyn, CB, South Carolina
153 5-25 Dolphins - NFLBRONCO - Chris Clemons, SS, Clemson
154 5-26 Ravens - Northman - Louie Sakoda, K, Utah
155 5-27 Colts - Mediator - Mohammed Massaquoi WR Georgia
156 5-28 Panthers - Kaylore - Quan Cosby, WR, Texas
157 5-29 Giants - Oskie - Curtis Painter, QB, Purdue
158 5-30 Cowboys (Titans) - Bobhorry5 - Joel Bell, OT, Furman
159 5-31 Cardinals - TheRev - Pannel Egboh, DE, Stanford
160 5-32 Steelers - Expatfan - David Veikune, DE / OLB, Hawaii
Comp5A - 49ers - Hawk's Boys - Edwin Williams, C, Univ of Maryland
Comp 5B - Patriots - Eddie Mac - Tyronne Green, OG, Auburn
Comp 5C - Cowboys - Bobhorry5 - Tim Jamison, DE, Michigan
Comp 5D - Titans - Florida Bronco -Courtney Greene, S, Rutgers
Round 6

161 6-1 Lions - Broncs fan - Terrance Knighton, DT, Temple
162 6-2 Chiefs - theDave - Andy Kemp, OT, Wisconsin
163 6-3 Patriots - Eddie Mac - Stephen McGee, QB, Texas A&M
164 6-4 Browns - Southstnd - A.Q. Shipley, C, Penn State
165 6-5 Seahawks - Socalorado - Ryan Stanchek OT, West Virginia
166 6-6 Bengals - Killericon - Darryl Richard, DT, Georgia Tech
167 6-7 Jaguars - Arkie - Mike Wallace, WR, Ole Miss
168 6-8 Raiders - Rugbythug - Quinn Johnson, FB, LSU
169 6-9 Packers - DB4Life - Glen Cody, LB, Nebraska
170 6-10 Bills - Magichef - Brandon Underwood, CB, Cincinatti
171 6-11 49ers - Hawk's Boys - Arian Foster, RB, Tennessee
172 6-12 Broncos - Drek - Will Johnson, DE, Michigan
173 6-13 Steelers - Expatfan - Donald Washington, CB, Ohio State
174 6-14 Packers (Saints) - DB4life - Jamar Chaney, LB, Miss ST
175 6-15 Texans - Chaz - Anthony Hill, TE, NC State
176 6-16 Bills - Magichef - Robert Brewster, OT, Ball State
177 6-17 Jets - Nickademus - Graham Gano, K, Florida State
178 6-18 Bears - Sodak - Quinten Lawrence, WR, McNeese St
179 6-19 Bears (Buccs) - Sodak - Ryan Purvis, TE, Boston College
180 6-20 Lions - Brncs Fan - Cary Harris, CB, USC
181 6-21 Eagles - AZBroncfan - Clinton McDonald, DT, Memphis
182 6-22 Eagles (Vikings) - AZBroncfan - DE Willie VanDeSteeg, Minnesota
183 6-23 Falcons - JCMElway - Ray Feinga, G, BYU
184 6-24 Cowboys (Dolphins) - Bobhorry5 - Anthony Felder, LB, Cal
185 6-25 Ravens - Lycan - Victor Butler, LB, Oregon St
186 6-26 Patriots - Eddie Mac - Sebastian Vollmer, OT, Houston
187 6-27 Panthers - Kaylore - Cameron Morrah, TE, California
188 6-28 Giants - Oskie - Jarius Wynn, DE/DT, Georgia
189 6-29 Colts - Mediator - Bradley Fletcher, CB/S, Iowa
190 6-30 Titans - Florida Bronco - Zach Potter, DE, Nebraska
191 6-31 Cardinals - theRev - Lydell Sargeant, CB, Penn State
192 6-32 Bills - Magichef - Michael Ray Garvin, CB, Florida State
Comp 6A - Titans - Florida Bronco - Chris Crane, QB, Boston College
Comp 6B - Patriots - Eddie Mac - Richard Quinn, TE, North Carolina
Comp 6C - Cowboys - Bobhorry5 -Chris Pressly, FB, Wisconsin
Comp 6D - Bengals - Killericon - Kenny McKinley, Wide Receiver, South Carolina.
Comp 6E - 49ers - Hawk's Boys - Khalif Mitchell, DT, East Carolina

Round 7

193 7-1 Cowboys (Lions) - Bobhorry5 - David Johnson, TE, Arkansas State
194 7-2 Patriots - Eddie Mac - Greg Toler, CB, St Paul's College
195 7-3 Buccaneers (Chiefs) - Comm selection - Colt David PK LSU
196 7-4 Seahawks - Socalorado - Troy Nolan, SS/FS, Arizona State
197 7-5 Browns - Southstnd - Eron Riley, WR, Duke
198 7-6 Bengals - Killericon - Will Davis, Defensive End, Illinois
199 7-7 Raiders - Rugbythug - Kevin Ellison, S, USC
200 7-8 Buccs (Jaguars) - Community selection -Britton Colquitt P TEN
201 7-9 Packers - Comm select - Glen Coffee, RB, Alabama
202 7-10 49ers - Hawk's Boys - Davon Drew, TE, East Carolina
203 7-11 Bills - Magichef - Ian Campbell, DE, Kansas St
204 7-12 Vikings (Redskins) - Gyldenlove - CJ Spillman, S, Marshall
205 7-13 Saints - Ludo - PJ Hill, RB, Wisconsin
206 7-14 Texans - Chaz - Kyle Link, OT, McNeese St
207 7-15 Bills - Magichef - Tony Fiammetta, FB, Syracuse
208 7-16 Broncos - Drek - Cedric Peerman, RB, Virginia
209 7-17 Bears - Sodak - Brigham Harwell, DT, UCLA
210 7-18 Bills - Magichef - Phillip Hunt, OLB, Houston
211 7-19 Cowboys - Bobhorry5 - on the clock :D
212 7-20 Jets - Nickademus - on the clock :D
213 7-21 Falcons (Eagles) - JCMElway - Marko Mitchell, WR, Nevada
214 7-22 Vikings - Gyldenlove -
215 7-23 Dolphins - NFLBRONCO -
216 7-24 Ravens - Lycan - Jeremiah Johnson, RB, Oregon
217 7-25 Patriots - Eddie Mac -
218 7-26 Broncos (Falcons) - Drek -
219 7-27 Giants - Oskie -
220 7-28 Colts - Mediator - John Gill, DT Northwestern
221 7-29 Panthers - Kaylore
222 7-30 Titans - Florida Bronco
223 7-31 Cardinals - theRev -
224 7-32 Steelers - Expatfan - Alex Boone, OT, Ohio State
Com 7A - Tennessee - Florida Bronco -
Comp 7B - Wash - Broncoman4ever -
Comp 7C - Seattle - Socalorado -
Comp 7D - Seattle - Socalorado -
Comp 7E - Chicago - Sodak -
Comp 7F - Seattle - Socalorado -
Comp 7G - Chicago - Sodak -
Comp 7H - Seattle - Socalorado -
Comp 7I - Jacksonville - Arkie -
Comp 7J - Detroit - Brncs Fan -
Comp 7K - Detroit - Brncs Fan -
Comp 7L - Kansas City - theDave -
Comp 7M - St. Louis - Rohirrim -

Killericon
04-18-2009, 02:44 AM
With their 6th round compensatory pick in the 2009 NFL Draft, the Cincinnati Bengals proudly select Kenny McKinley, Wide Receiver from South Carolina.

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ColoradoBuff
04-18-2009, 09:36 AM
The SF 49ers select:

Khalif Mitchell, DT, Univ. of East Carolina

Height: 6-5 | Weight: 318 | 40-Time: 5.10

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Excellent size and bulk with long arms...Super athletic...Strong and powerful...Does a nice job in pursuit and has a burst to close...Gets a good push...Violent initial punch...Offers some versatility...Big upside.

Weaknesses:
Doesn't always play with proper leverage...Not very tough...Durability is a huge concern...Does not use his hands well...Motor runs hot and cold...Wasn't a good student...Has a bad work ethic...Poor production.

Notes:
Spent a year at Hargrave Military Academy after high school...Began his college career at North Carolina...Played extensively and even started four games for the Tar Heels before opting to transfer amid academic difficulties...Stepped in and became a starter for the Pirates in 2007...Suspended for a game as a senior for missing classes...Dealt with multiple back and ankle injuries in college and was hampered by a turf toe in 2008...Could project to defensive tackle in a 4-3 scheme or defensive end in a 3-4...Classic underachiever who possesses all of the physical tools you look for but doesn't play up to them...Has a world of potential but may lack the intangibles to maximize it..Boom or Bust.

pick made @ 9:37 am mtn time

eddie mac
04-18-2009, 10:11 PM
With pick 7-194 of the 2009 OM GM Mock Draft I the New England Patriots select

Greg Toler CB St Paul's College

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Draft Selections
1-31 Connor Barwin OLB/TE Cincinnati
2-58 Jarron Gilbert DE San Jose State
3-66 Juaquin Iglesias WR Oklahoma
3-89 Michael Hamlin S Clemson
3-Comp A Andre Brown RB North Carolina State
4-99 Terrance Taylor NT Michigan
4-120 Scott McKillop ILB Pittsburgh
4-128 Joe Burnett CB UCF
5-131 Brandon Gibson WR Washington State
5-151 Nic Harris S/LB Oklahoma
5-Comp B Tyronne Green OG Auburn
6-163 Stephen McGee QB Texas A&M
6-186 Sebastian Vollmer OT Houston
6-C (B) Richard Quinn TE North Carolina
7-194 Greg Toler CB St Paul's College
7-217

Selection made at 12-08am ET, Tampa Bay and Snarf are OTC

BobHorry5
04-19-2009, 12:01 PM
Sorry about the wait the Dallas Cowboys Select TE David Johnson
Strengths:
Good bulk with a solid frame and long arms...Is very athletic...Decent speed...Has big, soft hands...Nice ball skills and body control...Can get down the seam and stretch the field...Above average blocker both on the move and in-line...Is extremely versatile...Durable...Experienced.

socalorado
04-19-2009, 06:29 PM
With the 196th pick of the 7th round, the seachickens select

http://walterfootball.com/college/ArizonaState_logo.gif Troy Nolan, SS/FS, Arizona State
Height: 6-1. Weight: 205.
Projected 40 Time: 4.56.
Combine 40 Time: 4.62.
Pro Day 40 Time: 4.58.
Benchx225: 15. Vertical: 31.5.
Projected Round (2009): 4-5.
12/14/08: Troy Nolan registered 64 tackles, six passes broken up, four interceptions and two pick-sixes as a senior. Not bad. Nolan's efforts earned him a spot on the All-Pac 10 Second Team.

5/19/08: Troy Nolan finished the 2007 season with six picks. He also had 64 tackles and seven pass breakups. He's best at strong safety, but can play either safety position.

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SouthStndJunkie
04-19-2009, 08:41 PM
With the 197th pick, the Cleveland Browns select: Eron Riley, WR, Duke

Under the radar prospect. 6'3 206 pounds. Ran his 40 in 4.29 seconds, had a vertical of 40 inches, with an 11-foot, 2-inch broad jump at Duke's Pro Day.

144 career receptions for 2,413 yards and 22 TDs....almost 17 yards per catch for his career.

Riley is an underrated prospect, who played on some bad teams.

Killericon is on the clock and has been PMed.

Killericon
04-19-2009, 10:06 PM
With the 198th overall pick in the 2009 NFL Draft, the Cincinnati Bengals proudly select Will Davis, Defensive End from Illinois.

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ColoradoBuff
04-21-2009, 08:21 AM
The SF 49ers select:

Davon Drew, TE, Univ. of East Carolina

Height: 6-3<SUP>3/4</SUP> | Weight: 256 | 40-Time: 4.82

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Strengths:
Adequate size and bulk with long arms...Very athletic...Soft, reliable hands...Nice ball skills and body control...Can run after the catch...A hard worker...Tough and durable...Has special teams ability...Upside!

Weaknesses:
Average timed speed...Not explosive and lacks a burst...Does not get a lot of separation...Isn't a vertical threat...Needs to get stronger...Not a great route runner...Room to grow as a blocker...Character concerns?

Notes:
Was a three-year starter for the Pirates...Began his college career as a quarterback...Redshirted in 2004 then did not see any action in 2005 as the reserve signal caller...Reluctantly made the move to tight end in 2006 and earned 6 starts...Started 12 games in 2007 and was named Honorable Mention All-Conference USA...Had a terrific 2008 season, starting every game and once again garnering Honorable Mention All- Conference USA notice...Really fought the move to tight end in 2005 and was suspended late in the season for two games after walking out of a practice...Developing H-Back prospect with some very intriguing physical tools to work with..Best football's still probably ahead of him

pick made @ 8:21 am mtn time

MagicHef
04-21-2009, 11:32 AM
The Bills select:

Ian Campbell, DE, Kansas St.

Height: 6-35/8 | Weight: 265 | 40-Time: 4.99

Strengths:
Adequate size...Quick with a burst...Good tackler...Does a great job in pursuit...Decent instincts and awareness...Has a terrific motor...Super tough...Intense & Competitive...Offers some versatility...Hard worker.

Weaknesses:
'Tweener...Short arms...Stiff and not overly athletic...Speed is merely average at best...Isn't real strong or powerful...Doesn't utilize proper leverage...Is not a great pass rusher and repertoire of moves is limited.

Notes:
Brother, Jared Jarragin, was a two-year starter at Wyoming...Began his college career as a walk-on...Redshirted in 2004...Played in 10 games as a backup in 2005...Started all 13 games in 2006 and earned consensus 1st Team All-Big 12 honors...Moved to outside linebacker in 2007 and once again garnered All-Big 12 notice...Moved back to defensive end as a senior and was named 2nd Team All-Big 12...Owns the school record for blocked field goal attempts with three...Could also potentially project to outside linebacker in a 3-4 scheme...Classic overachiever whose intangibles are much more impressive than his physical tools...Can compete for a roster spot but profiles as a backup.

gyldenlove
04-21-2009, 11:40 AM
The Vikings select CJ Spillman, Marshall.

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

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