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JCMElway 04-14-2014 06:25 PM

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And with 199...

The Detroit Lions select Laurent Duvernay-Tardif, G, Great White North, eh?

Quebec native. Played as a defensive lineman in 2010, starting three of six games played. Converted to offensive tackle and started all 26 games from 2011-13. Two-time team captain bulked up approximately 65 pounds since his freshman season. Honored with McGill University's 1938 Champions Award for combining leadership with athletic prowess and academic excellence. Has designs on being a doctor; maintained a 3.9 GPA in the Ph.D. program, and the coaching staff reduced his practice commitments in order to accommodate his stringent academic workload. Is rated as the top prospect in the 2014 Canadian Football League draft, according to the CFL Scouting Bureau. Participated in the East-West Shrine Game.

STRENGTHS Looks the part with outstanding upper-body strength and massive quads. Stout anchor in pass protection. Violent shock in his punch. Plays with a nasty temperament and seeks to bury defenders into the ground. Aggressive run blocker -- runs his feet on contact and plays beyond the whistle. Is physically and mentally tough and will play through pain (fought through a torn left labrum injury as a senior and never took himself out of a game or missed time). Highly intelligent (in medical program) and football smart. Can take concepts from the board to the field.

WEAKNESSES Raw technician. Lunges overagressively and loses positioning. Can learn to play under more control and take better angles. Average recovery speed vs. inside counters. Lets defenders into his body and does not replace his hands -- slow to reload after initial strike (though he was playing through a shoulder injury). Will need to adjust to playing a yard off the ball (Canadian rules) and getting into blocks more quickly.


BOTTOM LINE Tough, gritty, smart battler who transformed from an impactful 250-pound three-technique as a freshman. Made a successful conversion to left tackle as a sophomore and has grown to be a dominating Canadian 315-pound left tackle expected to be the first pick of the CFL draft. Projects best inside in the pros and could prove to be the best product delivered from Canada's developmental system since Israel Idonije. Will require refinement, but has the physical tools and temperament that cannot be taught.

bpc 04-14-2014 10:05 PM

With their final draft pick in the nfl draft, the Carolina Panthers select DB, from Arizona St, Alden Darby.

Rohirrim 04-15-2014 06:57 AM

St. Louis Rams select:

Jason Bromley, DT, Syracuse
6’3”, 306, 40: 5.06, Bench: 26, Vert: 33.5, 3 cone: 7.92

At this point, all Jay Bromley can do is wait. After turning in a solid showing at Syracuse’s Pro Day on Wednesday, Bromley believes he’s done everything he can to get drafted by an NFL team.

He ran around a 4.8 40-yard dash at Pro Day, improving his previous time of 5.06 from the NFL Combine in February. Bromley also turned in what he considered good performance in the L-drill and position work. He was one of 12 SU players to participate in Pro Day in front of scouts from 29 NFL teams.

BowlenBall 04-15-2014 07:02 AM

Via PM, with the 227th pick JCMElway, DBroncos4Life, and the Detroit Lions select:

Chris Boswell, K, Rice

BowlenBall 04-15-2014 07:03 AM

Also via PM, with the 228th pick, MrPeepers and the Tennessee Titans select:

Johnny Millard, ILB, Cal Poly

The Dallas Cowboys and NickStixx are now on the clock....

JCMElway 04-15-2014 07:36 AM

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The Detroit Lions have selected:

Chris Boswell, K, Rice


Plenty of experience as a four-year starter.
--Legitimate NFL leg strength and has made field goals from beyond 50 years in each of his four years at Rice.
--Despite inconsistent stats as a senior, connected on 40 of 50 field-goal attempts in 2011 and 2012 seasons.
--Consistent accuracy on short and intermediate kicks—made 27 of 29 field goals under 40 yards over past three seasons.
--Has made a handful of clutch kicks late in games throughout his career—kicked a game-tying field goal as time expired versus Marshall in 2012.
--Strong enough leg to excel on kickoffs—57 of his 79 kickoffs in 2013 resulted in touchbacks (72.2 percent).
--Has shown steady improvement in his leg strength throughout his career—touchback percentage on kickoffs rose in each of his three full years as Rice's kickoff specialist.
--Has some experience as a punter (16 career punts in college, 14 in 2012).


Boswell's issues with accuracy during his senior year raise some concern, but he has the leg strength to immediately be a weapon on long-distance field goals and kickoffs in the NFL. His field-goal accuracy must revert back to form in order of hold down a starting job, but his skills will certainly earn him an opportunity to compete for a job this offseason.

Draft Projection: Fifth round

Nickstixx 04-15-2014 09:09 AM

The Dallas Cowboys select:

Marion Grice, RB, ASU

BowlenBall 04-15-2014 09:28 AM

With the 230th selection in the 2014 Orange Mane Mock Draft, the Pittsburgh Steelers get an absolute steal with their selection of:

Kevin Pierre-Louis, OLB/SS/Special Teams, Boston College

Height: 6' 00"
Weight: 232
Arm: 32.25
Hand: 10.13
40-yard dash: 4.51 seconds
225 lb. bench: 28 reps
Vertical jump: 39"
Broad jump: 10' 08"
3-cone drill: 6.92 seconds
Short shuttle: 4.02 seconds

Career Statistics
2010: 13/13 games started, 93 tackles, 0 sacks, 2.5 TFL, 0 INT, 3 passes defensed
2011: 9/9 games started, 74 tackles, 0 sacks, 6 TFL, 0 INT, 4 passes defensed
2012: 9/9 games started, 85 tackles, 2 sacks, 4 TFL, 0 INT, 11 passes defensed
2013:13/13 games started, 108 tackles, 10 sacks, 6.5 TFL, 1 INT, 1 pass defensed, first-team All-ACC
Career: 42/42 games started, 360 tackles, 8 sacks, 23 TFL, 1 INT, 11 passes defensed

Analysis/Breakdown (from
STRENGTHS: Tight-skinned, muscular build. Athletic knee-bender. Flows well laterally. Protects his legs and slips blocks. Motivated and hardworking. Productive four-year starter.

WEAKNESSES: Needs to improve functional strength. Average eyes and diagnostic skills. Loses sight of the ball, gets sucked in by playaction and takes false steps. Gets knocked out of the hole at the point of attack. Stays wired to blocks. Has man-cover limitations. Has tweener traits -- lacks ideal bulk for linebacker and speed for safety.

BOTTOM LINE: Small-framed tweener who was an experienced, productive, finesse outside linebacker, but likely will have to make the conversion to strong safety, excel on special teams and show usefulness as a box defender to have a chance at the next level.

Rationale for the pick from BowlenBall:
While he's admittedly not ideal size-wise to play OLB in the Steelers base defense, Pierre-Louis simply has too much athletic ability to leave on the board. Add in the fact that he started every game of his career at BC (42/42 games) and is by all accounts a good locker room guy, and we feel that at the very least, we've picked up a sub-package player who will be very useful on obvious passing downs, as well as on special teams. His combine performance also suggests that a move to in-the-box strong safety might also be possible, but it might take a few years of seasoning before we'd realistically trust him at that position.

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Pick made at:

8:30 p.m. Abu Dhabi
12:30 p.m. New York
11:30 a.m. Chicago
10:30 a.m. Denver
9:30 a.m. Los Angeles
8:30 a.m. Anchorage
4:30 a.m. Amundson-Scott South Pole Station

The Dallas Cowboys and NickStixx are back on the clock.....

Nickstixx 04-15-2014 09:43 AM

The Dallas Cowboys select:

James Morris, ILB, Iowa

phibacka31 04-15-2014 10:03 AM

The San Francisco 49ers proudly select: Bene Benwikere CB San Jose St

I wanted to grab him in the 7th round. I know I know...Another CORNER?!? the 49ers are desperate to up their secondary and Bene has some flexibility to potentially play some safety as well. Nose for the ball and a fierce competitor.

Adequate size and build for the position with average length. Smooth hips and movement skills, making easy body adjustments on the ball. Heady player with quick reaction skills and anticipation. Soft, reliable hands with the locating skills and ballskills to snatch interceptions. Nice job setting the edge and fighting for body positioning. Physical in run support. Competes every snap with the same aggressive temperament. Displays desirable football intangibles and NFL pedigree. Versatile experience in the secondary, seeing snaps at cornerback, nickelback, strong safety and on special teams. Productive resume despite only one season as the full-time starter, leaving the college ranks with 14 interceptions.
Benwikere played on the same high school team as Robert Woods and Marqise Lee, but was overlooked as a three-star recruit, committing to San Jose State over San Diego State, UNLV and Iowa State. He was forced into the starting line-up as a true freshman safety when Duke Ihenacho went down with an injury, but returned to a reserve role as a sophomore in 2011. Benwikere started his junior year as a nickelback before becoming a starting cornerback, finishing tied for second in the country with seven interceptions. He recorded a personal-best 16 passes defended as a senior in 2013, adding a team-best five pick-offs and earning First Team All-conference honors for the second straight season. Benwikere lacks elite size, speed and strength for the position, but is a cerebral football player with reliable ballskills and a knack for putting himself in proper position to make plays on the ball. He needs to be more consistent in run support to see snaps at the NFL level, but his competitive nature and versatility will give him a fighting chance.

2013 ALL-MOUNTAIN WEST FIRST TEAM (COACHES/MEDIA): DB Ben?? Benwikere, Sr., San Jose State,...Benwikere also received first-team all-conference honors for the second year in a row. One of four players sharing the school record of 14 career interceptions, Benwikere ranks among the conference and national leaders with his five interceptions (15th tied) and 16 passes defended (7th tied). - San Jose State football

Pick made at 12:03 pm Central Time Zone

schaaf 04-15-2014 11:44 AM

With the 233rd pick in the 2014 OrangeMane Mock Draft

The Seattle Seahawks select....

Brock Coyle, ILB MONTANA

eddie mac 04-15-2014 11:55 AM

With the 234th pick in the 2014 Orangemane Mock Draft:

The New England Patriots select:

Zach Moore DE Concordia-St Paul


Has a daughter. Prepped in the Chicago Public League but was not a Division I qualifier and landed at Division II Concordia-St. Paul in Minnesota. As a true freshman in 2009, played in eight games (one start) and recorded 16 tackles, three tackles for loss and two sacks with one forced fumble. Moved into the starting lineup in 2010 and had 42 tackles, 12 tackles for loss and 10 sacks with one forced fumble in nine games. Was academically ineligible in 2011. Returned to start 11 games in 2012, tallying 39 tackles, 21 tackles for loss and 14 sacks with one pass batted, one interception and two forced fumbles. In 2013, registered 33 tackles, 9.5 tackles for loss and seven sacks with three passes batted and two forced fumbles in 11 starts. Was a finalist for the Cliff Harris Division II Player of the Year Award. Two-time captain was the first Concordia player to be invited to the NFL combine.


Looks the part with NFL stature, length and musculature. Is athletic and flexible and has rare leaping ability for his size. Quick off the snap. Flashes the ability to gain extension and play off blocks. Gives effort in pursuit and ranges to make tackles. Good closing speed. Snares ball carriers. Averaged a sack per game in college. Has experience in a 4-3 and 3-4. Dedicated, hardworking and coachable two-time captain. Mentally tough guy who has beaten the odds and persevered to get to this point. Has moldable tools and upside.

Needs to get functionally stronger. Still learning to convert speed to power and does not physically dominate marginal competition. Green eyes and instincts to locate and diagnose. Plays too tall and needs to learn how to grow roots defending the run. Washed by double teams. Hand use and pass-rush moves need to be developed. Will be a 24-year-old rookie.

Draft Projection
Rounds 4-5

Bottom Line
Raw, physically gifted, Division II standout with untapped potential given his combination of size, length and movement skills. Will have defensive line coaches drooling in workouts, and has the dimensions and athleticism to warrant consideration as a draftable, developmental investment with positional versatility to play defensive end or three-technique in an even front or five-technique in an odd front. Could be tried as a linebacker.

Selection was made at 2-55pm ET -- Oakland(rugbythug) is officially "On The Clock."

rugbythug 04-15-2014 01:49 PM

Tevin reese wr baylor

srphoenix 04-15-2014 05:14 PM

The Green Bay Packers select:

Brandon Linder, OG Miami


Shows good lateral quickness and nimble feet
Understands angles and connects with targets on the move in zone game
Comfortably carries his 318 pounds
Glides to the 2nd level and breaks down in space effetively
When hand placement is good, shows functional strength


Appears to possess poor arm length for his height
Hands get too wide in pass protection
Technique will falter due to lack of confidence in arm length
More of a stalemater than a winner at the point of attack
Waist bender more than you would like

Florida_Bronco 04-16-2014 07:29 AM

Eagles select Chidera Uzo-Diribe, DE/OLB Colorado

Sorry for the delay everyone. Had an unexpected family emergency pull me away last night.

Nickstixx 04-16-2014 08:51 AM

The Dallas Cowboys select:

Andrew Norwell, OT/G, Ohio St.

phibacka31 04-16-2014 09:01 AM

With their final pick in the 2014 NFL Mock Draft the San Francisco 49ers proudly select: John Brown WR/PR/KR Pittsburg St.

I do not care that the 49ers just signed Brandon Lloyd as to me Brown will be a home run situational player and ace special teamer. The 49ers have shown some interest in unloading lamichael James, so Brown could at the very least be a dangerous return man and a guy to learn the slot. :pimp:

2013 MIAA SPECIAL TEAMS PLAYER OF THE YEAR: John Brown, KR/PR, Pittsburg State...Brown caught 61 passes for 1,198 yards (19.6 ypc, 99.8 ypg) and 14 touchdowns during his senior campaign. He also rushed the ball 17 times for 100 yards (5.9 ypc) and two touchdowns. In special teams play, Brown averaged 32.4 yards per kickoff return with one touchdown and he averaged 11.5 yards per punt return on the season. Brown finished his decorated three-year Pitt State career with 185 catches for 3,380 yards and 32 touchdowns - all school records. - Pittsburg State football

2013 ASSOCIATED PRESS LITTLE ALL-AMERICAN SECOND TEAM: All-purpose player - John Brown, senior, Pittsburg State,...Brown caught 61 passes for 1,198 yards (19.6 ypc, 99.8 ypg) and 14 touchdowns during his senior campaign. He also rushed the ball 17 times for 100 yards (5.9 ypc) and two touchdowns. Brown also averaged 32.4 yards per kickoff return with one touchdown and he averaged 11.5 yards per punt return on the season. - Pittsburg State football

2013 AFCA DIVISION II COACHES’ ALL-AMERICA TEAM: WR John Brown, Sr., Pittsburg St. (Kan.),...Brown, a Homestead, Fla., native, caught 61 passes for 1,198 yards (19.6 ypc, 99.8 ypg) and 14 touchdowns during his senior campaign. He also rushed the ball 17 times for 100 yards (5.9 ypc) and two touchdowns. In special teams play, Brown averaged 32.4 yards per kickoff return with one touchdown and he averaged 11.5 yards per punt return on the season. Brown is one of four repeat selections to the AFCA Division II All-America Team, joining Bloomsburg running back Franklyn Quiteh, Lindenwood cornerback Pierre Desir and St. Cloud State safety Jack Moro as repeat selections from 2012.
With the honor, Brown becomes a three-time All-American for the Gorillas (2011-13). He received All-America honors from the Associated Press, Daktronics and the Don Hansen Football Committee in 2011. Brown was a consensus All-America selection in 2012 earning accolades from the AFCA, A.P., Daktronics and the Don Hansen Football Committee. Brown finished his decorated three-year Pitt State career with 185 catches for 3,380 yards and 32 touchdowns - all school records. - Pittsburg St football

SEPT 30 MIAA OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: John Brown, WR, Pittsburg State,...Brown passed Harlon Hill Trophy winner Ronnie West as Pittsburg States all-time receiving leader Saturday (Sept. 28) while leading the No. 12 ranked Gorillas to a 59-38 road win over Lincoln. He caught nine passes for a career-best 237 yards and four touchdowns. Brown also added a seven-yard touchdown run to score 30 points in the contest and he added a 45-yard punt return to finish the game with 294 all-purpose yards. Brown surpassed West in career receiving yards (2722) and equaled his career receiving TD's record (27).
He also tied PSU's single-game scoring mark (30 pts) and came up one yard short of the Gorillas single-game receiving yards record. Brown helped the Pitt State offense generate 787 yards of total offense as quarterback Tony Abenoja passed for a school record 442 yards and five TDs in the contest. The 5-11 senior return specialist is a native of Homstead, Fla. where he competed at Homestead High School prior to playing at Coffeyville Community College. Others nominated: Jaron Alexander, Lindenwood; Tyrell Brown, Washburn; Hayden Hawk, Central Missouri; Derwyn Lauderdale, Southwest Baptist; Raphael Spencer, Missouri Western; Clint Utter, Northwest Missouri; Brent Wilson, Emporia State. - MIAA football

rolandftw 04-16-2014 04:39 PM

With the 240th pick in the 2014 NFL draft, the San Diego Chargers select Senorise Perry, RB, Louisville.

Rohirrim 04-16-2014 05:43 PM

St. Louis Rams select:

Avery Williamson, ILB, Kentucky
6’1”, 246, 40: 4.57, Bench: 25, Vert: 30.5, Broad: 10, 3 cone: 4.07, Shuttle: 7.11

Returning starter at middle linebacker ... Turned in a very productive season in his first year as a regular ... Finished second in the Southeastern Conference in tackles and received all-conference honors ... Seventh nationally in tackles ... Solid all-around player with a good instinct for finding the ball ... Has ability to make plays in space ... Has played in 37 games, starting 12. (CBS)

Shananahan 04-16-2014 08:45 PM

What the hell, might as well shoot for the moon here.

With the 242nd pick, their final of the draft, The New York Giants select:

Elhadji Ndiaye, DE, Nebraska-Kearney

ludo21 04-16-2014 09:10 PM

With the 243rd pick and final pick the AZ Cardinals Select:

Derrell Johnson, ILB/OLB - ECU

Sheds blockers like a beast and can get to the QB.

Johnson has a ton of heft, power and he is used to taking on blockers, showing the ability to drive them backward, but has the athleticism to play on his feet. He also seems to rush the passer as if he is in a phone booth anyway, so blitzing him from the inside seems like a better option for him.

Cheatriots are OTC

eddie mac 04-17-2014 02:01 AM

With the 244th and their final pick in the 2014 Orangemane Mock Draft:

The New England Patriots select:


Jeremy Gallon WR Michigan


Two-time all-state selection who played quarterback, running back and safety as a Florida prep. Redshirted in 2009. Appeared in 12 games in 2010, when he caught four balls for 49 yards (12.2-yard average) and a touchdown while returning 27 kickoffs for 589 yards (21.8) and 10 punts for 43 yards (4.3). Did not play against Ohio State (shoulder). Played all 13 games (one start) in 2011, recording 31 catches for 453 yards (14.6) and three TDs; also returned three kickoffs for 46 yards (15.3) and 19 punts for 192 yards (10.1). Gave way to a two-tight end formation against Air Force. In 2013, was the Wolverines leading receiver for the second straight season and established a school single-season record for receiving yards. Started 12 of 13 games (gave way to two-tight end formation against Ohio State) and produced 89 catches for 1,373 yards (15.4) and nine TDs; also returned six punts for 32 yards (5.3). Set a Big Ten single-game record for receiving yards when he posted 14 catches for 369 yards and two TDs against Indiana. Also had 16 career rushes for 102 yards (6.4) and no touchdowns.


Fine route savvy to read coverage and uncover in zones. Good hand-eye coordination. Runs hard with good balance and vision after the catch. Outstanding production. Identifies with the game and is very passionate about it. Has return experience.

Short with a limited catching radius. Lacks top-end speed to separate vertically or run away from a crowd (consistently tracked down from behind). Not a natural hands catcher and will often body the ball. Lacks dynamic run skills for an undersized receiver. Much of his production results from schemed bubble screens and lateral tosses. Underpowered blocker. Will be a 24-year-old rookie.

Draft Projection
Rounds 5-6
Bottom Line
Stocky, strong slot receiver with more of a running back's build, Gallon possesses the hands, zone awareness and toughness to fend for a job in the pros. Lacks the top-end speed desired as a kick returner, but shows enough burst to warrant an opportunity fielding punts.

Patriots Fit: The next Wes Welker? Some seem to think so, spoke to a couple of well known draft analysts this week about Jeremy and both have him in their top 150 and think he's an excellent fit for the Patriots. He also worked out for them in the last 2 weeks and how could I not select him after he followed me on twitter. Good luck kid.

Selection was made at 5-01am ET -- Pittsburgh(BowlenBall) is officially "On The Clock."

BowlenBall 04-17-2014 02:14 AM

With the 245th selection in the 2014 Orange Mane Mock Draft, the Pittsburgh Steelers find some **AMAZING** value in the late 7th with the selection of:

Michael Campanaro, WR, Wake Forest

Height: 5' 09"
Weight: 192 lbs.
Arm: 30"
Hand: 9.75"
40-yard dash: 4.46 seconds
225 lb. bench: 20 reps
Vertical jump: 39"
Broad jump: 10' 02"
3-cone drill: 6.77 seconds
Short shuttle: 4.01 seconds

Career Statistics
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Analysis/Breakdown (from
STRENGTHS: Has short-area quickness to separate short-to-intermediate. Good balance and hip flex. Adjusts to throws. Finds soft spots in zone coverage. Effective running drags and crossers. Tough, confident and competitive. Three-year starter. Solid character.

WEAKNESSES: Lacks ideal height and length -- has extremely short arms and can be hemmed at the line. Limited functional strength. Small catch radius. Lacks elite top-end speed to take the top off. Spotty concentration -- makes some focused grabs and drops others he shouldn't. Marginal blocker. Durability is an issue -- has a small build, has been dinged up and could struggle to stay healthy. Had the smallest wingspan (70 1/2 inches) of any receiver at the combine.

BOTTOM LINE: Undersized, slippery, competitive inside receiver who brings a possession element to the slot. Lacks ideal explosiveness and will have to prove himself on special teams to earn an extended look.

Rationale for the pick from BowlenBall:
A very agile, quick-twitch, athletic slot receiver -- any other year, and he'd be going in the 4th-5th round, but the incredible strength of this wide receiver class means that he gets pushed down much further in the draft than he deserves. The odds that he makes the team AND contributes next year are close to 100%, which is pretty damn good for the 7th round.

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Pick made at:

1:15 p.m. Abu Dhabi
5:15 a.m. New York
4:15 a.m. Chicago
3:15 a.m. Denver
2:15 a.m. Los Angeles
1:15 a.m. Anchorage
9:15 p.m. Amundson-Scott South Pole Station

Our beloved Broncos and Mediator12 are now on the clock....

Mediator12 04-17-2014 07:17 AM

With their final pick of the 2014 NFL Draft, number 246, the DEN Broncos Select:

Deion Belue CB Alabama

Conklin 04-17-2014 08:50 AM

With the 247th Pick, the New York Jets select: Jeoffrey Pagan, DE, Alabama


The jets now have selected three Alabama defenders and hopefully they can all get along. Having spent so much money on offense during the offseason (Decker, CJ2K, Vick, et al) the Jets now have a bit of luxury to get value in the draft. This is the second run stuffing 5tech DE they've selected, let em battle it out in training camp/pre-season until one has an "injury" and gets stashed on IR. Either way, you can never have too many rotation quality guys on the DL, especially when you are picking them up in the 6th and 7th rounds and paying them with doritos.


The North Carolina prep overcame a severe knee injury, missing a portion of his senior season with two torn ligaments in his right knee, which required surgery. Played in six games as a true freshman for Alabama in 2011 and recorded four tackles. Was a valuable reserve defensive lineman in '12, appearing in all 14 games for the national champions. Had 23 tackles, four tackles for losses and 1.5 sacks with one forced fumble. Moved into the starting lineup in '13 and tallied 34-3.5-2 in 12 starts at defensive end. Missed a mid-season contest against Georgia State because of a sprained shoulder.

<article> Strengths

Good size. Can occupy blocks and squeeze running lanes. Strong hands to press and tug free. Can push the pocket. Heavy tackler. Played multiple techniques in a pro-style, hybrid defensive scheme. </article> <article> Weaknesses

Thick, tight hips -- cannot work the edges. Gets blown off the ball by double teams. Needs to play with better extension, refine his hand use, develop counters and quicken his shed timing. Heavy-legged when required to redirect. Limited pass-rush value. Only a one-year starter. Average production -- did not make splash plays. </article> <article> Draft Projection

Rounds 3-4 </article> <article> Bottom Line

Thickly built, relatively nondescript contributor who decided to forgo his senior season despite never establishing himself as a force. Has size and strength to warrant developmental consideration as a five-technique, but lacks exceptional traits and will have to commit to handling the dirty work to have longevity. </article>

Pick made at 9:50 MTN Time. Mug and the Bengals are now on the clock.

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