2013 Mock Draftees performance
Lets us know how your prospects turned out!
I did very well scouting Receivers as well as RB's...also got the best QB in the draft....My Defense could use some work though, but struck gold with Bostic.
1(30) WR Terrence Williams Cowboys 44-736-5 for Cowboys
2(50) OLB Khaseem Greene Bears 28 tckl 1int 1FF for Bears
3(83) QB Mike Glennon Buccs 59.4%-2608-19-9-83.9Rtg
4(102) DE Malliciah Goodman Falcons 8 Tackles 1FR for Falcons
4(120) ILB Jonathan Bostic Bears 56 tckl 1 Sack 1 int for Bears
4(127) DT Montori Hughes Colts 6 tackles for Colts
4(133) WR Kenny Stills Saints 32-641-5 for Saints
5(155) RB Andre Ellington Cardinals 118-652-3/39-371-1 for Cardinals
6(189) OL Ryan Jensen Active 53 all yeard, DNP
7(213) OLB Lerentee McCray Broncos Broncos Injured Reserve
7(229) S Bradley McDougald Chiefs 4 games played, finished year on Buccs active Roster
QB Mike Hermann Chargers Cut before Training Camp
RB LaTavius Murray Raiders Raiders Injured Reserve
RB D.J. Harper 49ers Cut first round of Cuts
WR Brice Butler Raiders 9-103-0 for Raiders
WR Quincy McDuffie Broncos Cut first round of Cuts
WR Marlon Brown 49-524-7 for Ravens
TE Luke Wilson Seahawks 20-272-1 for Seahawks
T Jordan Devey Ravens Patriots PSQ
T Jake Bscherer Cut before Training Camp
DT Mike Purcell 49ers 49ers PSQ
DE Rufus Johnson Saints Finshed Year on Saints 53 man, did not record stats
ILB Brandon Hepburn Lions Lions PSQ & Future Contract
S Don Jones Dolphins Dolphins 10tkl 1 FF
P Taylor Accardi Never signed out of UDFA
Requiem and MUG's Cincinnati Bengal haul:
1-21 (21): Alec Ogletree, LB, St. Louis Rams
117 Tackles, 1.5 Sacks, 1 Interception, 6 Forced Fumbles
2-04 (36): DeAndre Hopkins, WR, Houston
52 Receptions, 802 Yards, 2 TDs
2-05 (37): Jonathan Cyprien, S, Jacksonville
104 Tackles, 1 Sack, 1 Interception, 2 Forced Fumbles
3-24 (86): Giovani Bernard, RB, Cincinnati
170 Carries, 695 Yards, 4.1 YPC, 5 TDs, 56 Receptions, 514 Yards, 3 TDs
4-33 (130): Zaviar Gooden, LB, Tennessee
12 Tackles ** Played in 2 games due to injury
7-22 (228): Eric Martin, DE/LB, Cleveland
7-34 (240): Rogers Gaines, OT, Chicago
Chicago Bears Practice Squad
7-41 (247): Cody Davis, S, St. Louis
7-45 (251): Michael James, RB, Tampa Bay
60 Carries, 295 Yards, 4.9YPC, 10 Receptions, 43 Yards
Colby Cameron, QB, Louisiana Tech
** Signed by Carolina after the draft, but waived before the season, does not appear to have been picked up.
Akeem Shavers, RB, Purdue
**Signed by TB after the draft, released, signed by the Pats, then released again, does not appear to have been picked up.
Lucas Reed, TE, New Mexico
**Signed by Denver after the draft, later released, does not appear to have been picked up.
Chris Hubbard, OG, Pittsburgh
Pittsburgh Steelers Practice Squad
PJ Lonergan, OC, LSU
**Signed by Chicago after the draft, later released, does not appear to have been picked up.
John Lotulelei, LB, Jacksonville
9 Tackles, 1 Forced Fumble
Marcus Cromartie, CB, San Diego
Spent most of the year on Chargers Practice Squad, promoted in December, did not play.
Sheldon Price, CB, Indianapolis
Spent most of the year on Colts Practice Squad, promoted in December, did not play.
Jamaal Johnson Webb, OT, Buffalo
Started on the Bears Practice Squad, then to the Cardinals, and ended the year on the Bills Practice Squad.
Adam Replogle, DT, Atlanta
Started on Falcons Practice Squad, promoted in December, did not play.
Dennis Johnson, RB, Houston
49 Carries, 183 Yards, 3.7YPC, 8 Receptions, 46 Yards, 6 Kick Returns, 25.2 Avg.
Mike Rallis, LB, Minnesota
** Was never signed after the draft.
Kemal Ishmael, S, Atlanta
Deep reserve Safety for the Falcons, only played a handful of snaps, no stats.
Jeff Locke, P, Minnesota
75 Punts, 44.2 AVG
Requiem killed it with the early round picks. Gooden got hurt in camp, came back as the starter at WILL, and reinjured himself after two games. All the 7th Rounders made teams, Mike James looked like a stud until he got injured while filling in for Doug Martin. Had a few steals in Free Agency with Locke and Johnson, with 9 total Free Agents making NFL clubs. 4 others were signed after the draft then cut, and one complete whiff with Rallis.
So, in GM land, the Bengals came away with talent at:
WR - Hopkins
RB - Bernard, James, Johnson
OG - Hubbard
OT - Gaines, Johnson-Webb
DT - Replogle
LB - Ogletree, Gooden, Martin, Lotulelei
CB - Price, Cromartie
S - Cyprien, Davis, Ishmael
P - Locke
Cincinnati Bengals Draft
Req's Picks (Grand Slam)
(21) Alec Ogletree, LB – 118 tackles, 1.5 sacks, 1 INT, 1 DEF TD, 6 FF.
(36) DeAndre Hopkins, WR – 52 catches, 802 yards, 2 TD.
(37) Jonathan Cyprien, S – 103 tackles, 1 sack, 1 INT, 2 FF.
(86) Giovani Bernard, RB – 695 yards rushing (4.1 YPC) and 56 receptions for 514 yards, 8 TDs.
(130) Zaviar Gooden, LB – 13 tackles.
(228) Eric Martin, LB/DE – 8 tackles.
(240) Rogers Gaines, OT – Practice Squad (Chicago Bears)
(247) Cody Davis, DB – 5 tackles.
(251) Michael James, RB – 295 yards rushing (4.9 YPC) before being put on IR.
Dennis Johnson, RB/KR -- 183 yards (3.7 YPC) rushing and 46 yards (5.8 YPC) receiving.
Jamaal Johnson-Webb, OT -- Bills Practice Squad
Adam Replogle, DT -- Falcons Practice Squad (Promoted End of Year)
Mike Rallis, LB, -- Trying Out for WWE (Not kidding)
Kemal Ishmael, S -- 1 Tackle
Jeff Locke, P -- 5th Round Pick, 44.2 Yards Per Punt
Our selections rocked. Early picks great. Good developmental players and some real good UDFA's. Great job to MUG who cleaned up after I left.
lol, we were doing it at the same time.
Yeah man, you killed it early, no doubt. I'm pretty happy with the late round guys and FA finds.
I'm hoping to get a team, not your Bengals, this year from the beginning. Was a lot of fun last year, first time ever actually playing one of these. Way more fun than grading them for sure.
I call dibbs on ST LOUIS
A couple of my worthy opponents..... Loved your first 4 picks...as well as the Mike James pick (I'm a hurricane fan, so I'm biased.)
Here's how "my" Pittburgh Steeler did in OM Mock Draft 2013:
1-15 (015): Jarvis Jones, OLB, Georgia: 8 starts, 40 tackles, 1 sack for the Steelers. Meh.
2-18 (048): Barrett Jones, OC/OG/OT, Alabama: 0 starts, only active for 4 games for the Rams. Ouch.
4-15 (112): Earl Wolff, S, North Carolina State: 6 starts, 45 tackles, 1 INT for the Eagles.
4-18 (115): Ryan Nassib, QB, Syracuse: Made the Giants roster, backed up Eli Manning.
4-29 (126): Alvin Bailey, OG, Arkansas: Active for 14 games, logged lots of playing time for the Seahawks
5-17 (150): Josh Boyce, WR, TCU: 9 receptions, 121 yards for the Patriots before going to IR.
6-13 (181): Ty Powell, OLB, Harding: made the Bills roster, recorded 9 tackles
6-38 (206): Zac Stacy, RB, Vanderbilt: 973 yards and 7 TDs rushing, 26 for 141 and 1 TD receiving for the Rams.:~ohyah!:
7-17 (223):Miguel Maysonet, RB, Stony Brook: on the practice squad of six (6!) different teams, currently with Steelers
7-20 (226): Mark Harrison, WR, Rutgers: spent entire season on Patriots IR
UDFA: Eric Breitenstein, FB, Wofford: Did not make an NFL roster
UDFA: Jordan Roberts, RB, Charleston: Did not make an NFL roster
UDFA: Josh Hill, TE, Idaho State: 3 starts with 6 receptions and one TD for the Saints
UDFA: R.J. Mattes, OT, NC State: on Patriots practice squad
UDFA: Chris McDonald, OG, Michigan State: Did not make an NFL roster
UDFA: Ryan Schraeder, OT, Valdosta: active for 13 games, started last 4 at left tackle for the Falcons
UDFA: Taylor Reed, ILB, SMU: on Patriots practice squad
UDFA: Nick Driskill, S, Mount Union: did not make an NFL roster
UDFA: Devin Smith, CB, Wisconsin: Signed to a 2014 reserve contract with the Steelers
UDFA2: Taylor Housewright, QB, Ashland: did not make an NFL roster
UDFA2: Tyron Laughinghouse, WR, St. Augstine: did not make an NFL roster
UDFA2: Eric Rogers, WR, Cal Lutheran: did not make an NFL roster
UDFA2: Marquis Jackson, DE, Portland State: did not make an NFL roster
UDFA2: Dave Kruger, DE/DT, Utah: did not make an NFL roster
UDFA2: Matt Evans, ILB, New Hampshire: did not make an NFL roster
UDFA2: Paul Worrilow, ILB, Delaware: 12 start and 127 tackles (12th in the league) for the Falcons:~ohyah!:
UDFA2: Dexter Davis, OLB, Friends: did not make an NFL roster
UDFA2: Dustin Harris, CB, Texas A&M: did not make an NFL roster
UDFA2: Ryan McWethey, S, Wisconsin: did not make an NFL roster
Overall, I drafted 16 players who made rosters or practice squads in 2013, and had 6 players who started at least one game. I also had contenders for both offensive rookie of the year (Stacy) and defensive rookie of the year (Worrilow).
If only my top two draft picks had played better, I'd be a lot happier with this draft class, but still....not too shabby.
I am just sad about the big talent gap there is in CB this year after the top two or three guys. Denver is going to have to move up to get a young corner worth a hoot because they would be reaching in other rounds outside the first if Gilbert and Dennard are gone.
I think a guy we could realistically look at is Bradley Roby, he was probably a top 20 selection if he came out last year, but returned and had a somewhat down year, and by that, he still had a great year. I'd lump him in with that top tier. There's also 4 other CBs I could see make a run at the Top 40, which would put them in play around our selections.
(4) Joyner (value his versatility and cover skills as a unique player in our secondary)
CB that probably will go in the first 64 selections. I think there is some potential to move up. I want to watch more of Vic Hampton. There are a lot of interesting 3-4 options. I would like to see Denver invest its first four selecitons (if they do not get more picks or move up) on two DB, a LB and DE.
2013 Jets Draft
1. Cordarrelle Patterson - Minnesota Vikings / WR
16games 45rec 469 4td 12rush 158yd 3td
2. Damontre Moore - NY Giants / DE
15games 11tackles 1passdef 1forced fumble
3. Shamarko Thomas - Pittsburgh Steelers / SS
14games 22 tackles
4. Christine Michael - Seattle Seahawks / RB
4games 18att 79yds
5. Nico Johnson - KC Chiefs / ILB
6.Zac Dysert - Denver Broncos / QB
7. Jake Stoneburner - GB Packers / TE
what i did not look for was the injury bug to see if anyone had seasons cut short.
1-08 (08): Buffalo (BroncosfanGuy)- Ezekiel Ansah, OLB, BYU
1-29 (29): Buffalo (BroncosfanGuy)- Geno Smith, QB, West Virginia
3-09 (71): Buffalo (BroncosfanGuy)- Da'Rick Rogers, WR, Tennessee Tech
5-10 (143): Buffalo (BroncosfanGuy)- Jordan Mills, OT, Louisiana Tech
6-09 (177): Buffalo (BroncosfanGuy)- Joseph Fauria, TE, UCLA
UDFAs:Cierre Wood, RB, Notre Dame
Ryan Spadola, WR, Lehigh
Will Pericak, DT, Colorado
Anthony Rashad White, DT, Michigan State
-Ansah made the All Rookie Team finishing w/ 8 sacks, 1 PD, 2 FF. I thought he'd be a little more of a project, but he wasn't too shabby out the gate.
-Geno Smith started all 16 games and put up over 3k in the air, but had a dismal 12/21 TD:INT ratio. I thought about taking EJ Manuel if Smith was gone. In hindsight that would have been a better pick. Smith looked a little less shabby toward the end of the year, but he's got a ways to geaux.
-Da'Rick Rogers was a reach. Wasn't even drafted irl, but ended up putting up decent numbers during an up-and-down 2nd half of the rookie year. he started 3 games mostly out of necessity, but looks like he can become a depth player or fringe starter for a WR-short team. Probably my worst pick of the draft as far as value is concerned--still looks like he will have a future in the league though.
-Jordan Mills started 16 games for the Bears OL, which was probably the most improved OL unit in the league last year and I think he projects as a solid starter. I think this was a very good pick in terms of value.
-Joseph Fauria started 2 games and scored 7 TDs on 18 catches. Like a TE version of Cris Carter where all he does is catch TDs. Apparently the name Fauria is to TEs what Rolle is to DBs. Anyway, I like the pick as Buffalo could use a red zone target like Fauria.
I'd say the myopic draft grade is pretty decent (albeit incomplete) considering the successes of Ansah, Mills and Fauria. I traded a 4th to get back into the 1st for Smith so much of the long-term grade depends on Smith. Da'Rick Rogers brings it down a bit.
As for the UDFAs, not much to write home about so I won't
My draft had a pair of monsters a solid player and a few nothing worth mentionings. Although all including my UDFA are on at least practice squads.
Keenan Allen - I drafted in the 1st but he went in the 3rd. Was the best receiver in his class. AP ROY runner up, Sporting News, Pepsi Next and PFWA OROY.
Kevin Minter LB - I drafted in the 2nd where he went. Had a nothing year.
Le'Veon Bell RB - got him in the 3rd Pitt took him in the 2nd. Solid season injuries slowed him
Kiko Alonso LB - got him in the 4th he went to the Bills in the 2nd. Awesome year. PFWA DROY. 159 tackles 2 sacks 4 INT 1 FF
Nick Kasa TE - hometown bias made me reach for him in the 4th but went in the 6th to Oakland. Nothing to report.
Joe Kruger DE - took him in the 6th went in the 7th and spent the year on IR for the Eagles
Brandan Bishop S - took him in the 7th he signed undrafted with the Vikings
Dan Buckner - signed with the Cardinals now on the Bucs PS
AJ Francis - on Miami PS
Spencer Ware - drafted in the 6th by Seattle.
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