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Old 04-25-2013, 08:49 PM   #1
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22. Menelik Watson, OT, Florida State, 6-5, 310. A former starter for Marist's basketball team is another late arrival to football the Manchester, England, native didn't play the game until he arrived to Saddleback Junior College. Big-framed athlete has the footwork to be a left tackle in the league and should continue to smooth some of his rough edges.

23. Eddie Lacy,
RB, Alabama, 5-11, 231. Has dealt with a hamstring injury since the end of the Tide's season, but ran a 4.64 40-yard dash at his pro day earlier this month. So, he lacks the big-play pop some teams want, but he runs with power and balance, blocks well in pass protection and is a capable receiver in the passing game. Does carry some concern over his conditioning after the on-campus workout, but that could be a factor of his injury rather than work ethic.

24. Margus Hunt, DE, SMU, 6-8, 277. Much like Ansah, a ridiculous athlete for his, or any, size he threw the discus for his native Estonia in the '06 World Junior Track and Field Championships. A huge upside if he learns to play with leverage, but can win matchups on the outside and special teams coaches will chime in as well since he blocked an NCAA record 10 kicks in his career with the Mustangs.

26. Kawann Short, DT, Purdue, 6-3, 299. Athletic, fits inside in a 4-3 defense and had 12.5, 17 and 15.5 tackles for loss in his last three seasons, respectively, for the Boilermakers. Also blocked six field goals in his career.

28. Tank Carradine,
DE, Florida State, 6-4, 276. Tore an ACL in his knee against Florida this past November, but has made enough progress in his recovery most teams believe he will be able to contribute as a rookie. A one-year starter for the Seminoles, but plenty of defensive coaches liked what they saw in that one season: 11 sacks and 13 tackles for loss in 12 games.

32. Khaseem Greene, LB, Rutgers, 6-1, 241. Few folks have Greene this high, but the converted safety was the Big East defensive player of the year in back-to-back seasons and averaged 10.45 tackles per game in '12, including a 22-tackle game against Army. He also forced six fumbles this past season, showing his proficiency as a finisher.

33. Manti Te'o, LB, Notre Dame, 6-1, 241. Yes, he didn't run great. Yes, he has some off-the-field questions with the story about a much-publicized girlfriend who didn't exist. But on the field he's a productive, instinctive player who was a four-year starter. Some teams believe he can play all three linebacker spots.

34. Damontre Moore, DE, Texas A&M, 6-4, 250. People love the way he plays, love the production in the toughest football conference in the land 85 tackles, 21 tackles for loss, 12.5 sacks but there is some concern about not just sub-par workout numbers, but also a shocking 4.84 40 to go with just 12 repetitions of 225 pounds in the bench press. But for a team that believes in game video, he could still be a first-round pick.

36. Geno Smith
, QB, West Virginia, 6-2, 218. His transition from the Mountaineers' version of the spread will be more difficult than most believe. His coaches have vouched for his work ethic, and at his best he is an athletic and accurate passer. However, he often doesn't bounce back from mistakes quickly enough and that will be an issue as an NFL rookie.

37. Sam Montgomery,
DE, LSU, 6-3, 262. May not be as physically gifted as Mingo, but when you watch the Tigers defense play, Montgomery is consistently a high-effort player snap after snap. He's tough, physical and should transition into a defensive end spot in a 4-3.

38. Alex Okafor, DE, Texas, 6-4, 264. At his best he can give you something on the order of his 4.5-sack game against Oregon State. Doesn't have the top-end speed of some of the other rushers, but he's quick off the ball and plays with explosiveness. Even matched up well against Fisher at the Senior Bowl.

40. Johnathan Hankins
, DT, Ohio State, 6-3, 320. Has consistently shown top-tier agility for a player his size, but some in the league have concerns about his conditioning and effort. But rarely came off the field for the Buckeyes this past season, often logging 60, 70 plays, a fairly high total for an interior lineman.

41. Blidi Wreh-Wilson, CB, Connecticut, 6-1, 195. Didn't have the best week of work at the Senior Bowl, but has shown upper-level speed in workouts. The defensive coaches and scouts who have worked him out say they have seen a smooth player in coverage. Also has the reach people want and started 39 games in his career.

44. John Jenkins,
DT, Georgia, 6-3, 346. Weighed 370 pounds when the Bulldogs faced Alabama in the SEC Championship game, but teams that have checked in with him this month say he's between 330 and 335 pounds. He's quick off the ball, has an enormous reach and he consistently keeps offensive linemen from locking on.

45. Matt Barkley, QB, USC, 6-2, 227. Didn't throw at the combine because of a right shoulder injury he suffered late in the season against UCLA, but scouts have continued to warm up to his draft prospects as the weeks have gone by. Could go in the first round on this board, and teams like his mental makeup and the accuracy he displayed in his pro day.

46. Arthur Brown, LB, Kansas State, 6-1, 241. A shoulder injury kept him out of the Senior Bowl and most of the drills at the combine. After his transfer from Miami, he had back-to-back, 100-tackle seasons for the Wildcats 100 in '12 and 101 in '11.

48. Larry Warford, G, Kentucky, 6-3, 332. Bruiser was the first Wildcats offensive lineman named All-American since Mike Pfeifer in 1989. Could also be the highest draft pick for a Kentucky lineman since Hall of Famer Dermontti Dawson went in the second round in 1988.

49. Robert Woods,
WR, USC, 6-0, 201. Had arthroscopic surgery on his right ankle in December 2011 so wasn't himself until the 2012 season was already underway. Finished career as school's all-time leader in receptions (252), runs clean routes and is a willing blocker in the run game.

50. Zach Ertz,
TE, Stanford, 6-5, 249. Lined up all over the formation for the Cardinal: on the line, in the slot and out wide. Had 66 catches this past season and will appeal to the offenses looking for more of a receiver than a blocker. Needs some work on the line of scrimmage, but his athleticism trumps that criticism.

51. Jonathan Cyprien, S, Florida International, 6-0, 217. Had 93 tackles this past season. A quality tackler who scouts believe could play down along the line of scrimmage or downfield in coverage. He consistently gets the ball carrier to the ground. A savvy player who understands what offenses are trying to do and is rarely out of position.

52. Jamie Collins, LB, Southern Miss, 6-3, 250. Somewhat camouflaged by the fact his team finished 0-12 this past season. But he's got double-take workout numbers 41.5-inch vertical leap to go with an 11-7 broad jump, almost a foot longer than any other linebacker at the combine. Played defensive back, linebacker and end in the team's defense.

53. Kevin Minter, LB, LSU, 6-0, 246. Played in the middle in the Tigers defense and a few years ago he would have been one of the top players on the board. But times change and fewer teams are looking for the traditional guy in the middle these days. Still, he finished with 130 tackles this season, including 20 against Florida.

54. Montee Ball,
RB, Wisconsin, 5-10, 214. Rushed for 1,830 yards and set an NCAA record with 83 career touchdowns, 77 of those rushing in the Badgers' pound-it-out offense. He averaged 6.1, 6.3 and 5.1 yards per carry over the last three seasons and has shown some receiving skills. Will need to improve in pass protection and did have two concussions this past season.

55. Dwayne Gratz,
CB, Connecticut, 5-11, 201. Started 41 games for the Huskies, played in 50 overall. Has top-tier speed and is physical enough that some teams have asked him if he's willing to play safety. Finished career with eight interceptions, including one against Oklahoma he returned for a touchdown to close out 2011.

57. Le'Veon Bell
, RB, Michigan State, 6-1, 230. After Lacy he is the class of the big backs in this draft. The Big Ten's rushing leader in '12 he averaged 138 yards rushing per game has quick feet and has shown himself to be a proficient receiver out of the backfield as well. He scored 33 touchdowns in 40 career games.

58. Jesse Williams, DT, Alabama, 6-3, 323. The native of Australia had knee surgery following the season, but he is one of the strongest players on the board who fits either a 4-3 or 3-4 look. Athletic enough the Crimson Tide's coaches often lined him up at fullback in short-yardage situations.

59. David Amerson,
CB, North Carolina State, 6-1, 205. A riddle given his elite workout numbers and a shaky performance against Tennessee in this past season's opener a game video more than one scout has questioned. Had 13 interceptions in 2011 (a single-season record in the ACC) but dropped to five interceptions this past season. Miami scored four times over him.

60. Johnthan Banks, CB, Mississippi State, 6-2, 185. The Thorpe Award winner for '12 has the reach and the size overall to move up the board. But there are plenty of concerns about the speed he has shown in workouts 4.57 and 4.59 in the 40 and whether or not he can overcome that. He missed the Senior Bowl with a knee injury and that week could have helped him.

61. Quinton Patton,
WR, Louisiana Tech, 6-0, 204. Just gets it done. Not the biggest, not the fastest, but if he has to compete for the ball he usually comes down with it. In his two seasons at Tech he transferred from Coffeyville Community College he had 79 and 104 catches.

62. Brian Winters,
G-OT, Kent State, 6-3, 320. Winters played tackle at Kent State, but most in the league believe he will move down inside to guard as a professional. Started 50 games at Kent State and former prep wrestler has quality movement skills and plays with an edge.

63. Terron Armstead,
OT, Arkansas-Pine Bluff, 6-5, 306. With a player with this much upside, there is always a chance somebody dives in and takes him sooner, but he has certainly made the most of his pre-draft time. He set a record in the 40 for offensive linemen at the combine (4.65, or faster than many linebackers on this board) and continued to build momentum with quality individual workouts in the weeks that followed.

64. Darius Slay
, CB, Mississippi State, 6-0, 192. Slay was the fastest defensive back at the scouting combine this past February, clocking a 4.36 in one of his 40-yard dashes. Both he and Johnthan Banks have had to answer how a secondary with the two of them in it surrendered 221.8 yards per game passing, including at least 230 yards in five of the last six games in '12.

65. Jamar Taylor, CB, Boise State, 5-10, 192. A late bloomer of sorts who hadn't been a first-team all-conference performer until this past season. But he has performed well in the Senior Bowl as well as his other pre-draft workout opportunities. He has credited footwork drills done in sand in the summer before his final season with part of his improvement.

66. Keenan Allen, WR, California, 6-2, 206. Allen will be the either-or player on this board. Either a team will look at his on-field production and ignore a poor pro-day workout and some recent off-the-field troubles or they will simply remove his name. There won't be much in the middle for a player who looked to be a top 20 pick a few weeks ago.

67. William Gholston,
DE-DT, Michigan State, 6-6, 281. Not much question about the skill set, but he has admitted to teams he didn't always play with as much fervor as he could have. He doesn't always show the composure on-field when it's needed, has taken some bad penalties as well as a one-game suspension.

68. Ryan Nassib, QB, Syracuse, 6-2, 227. Has a smooth, efficient delivery that is NFL ready. Has shown enough arm strength and accuracy in both his games and workouts to satisfy the league's talent evaluators, the questions come in how he'll handle himself under duress.

69. Gavin Escobar, TE, San Diego State, 6-6, 254. Entered the draft after his junior season, with 51 catches in '11 and 42 this past season. A natural receiver who tracks the ball well over his shoulder down the field, but blocking will be his challenge as a pro, may be limited to being the "second" tight end who has to play out of the slot.

70. Terrance Williams, WR, Baylor, 6-2, 208. Was a four-year starter and finished his career with eight school records including most catches in a game (17) and most receiving yards in a game (314). He led the nation in '12 with 16 receptions of at least 30 yards.

71. Phillip Thomas, S, Fresno State, 6-0, 208. Did not play in the 2011 season because of a fractured left leg and dislocated left ankle, but returned to finish '12 with 84 tackles, 12 tackles for loss and four sacks. He also forced four fumbles, so he can finish a play when he gets there.

72. Sio Moore,
LB, Connecticut, 6-1, 245. Scored the rare combine grand slam when he was the top performer for the linebackers in the 40, bench press, vertical jump and broad jump. Finished '12 with eight sacks and 15.5 tackles for loss.

73. Justin Hunter, WR, Tennessee, 6-4, 196. Has really impressed teams with his postseason work and could go far earlier for a team that embraces his potential. Still raw and tore his left ACL in 2011, but has maintained his 4.3 speed in his recovery. Won the high jump at USA Junior Championships in '10.

74. Barrett Jones, C, Alabama, 6-4, 306. Jones had left foot surgery following the season so has not worked out for teams he is not expected to be medically cleared to run until May. Had an almost unheard of double in that he won the Outland Trophy as a left tackle in 2011 and won the Rimington Award as the nation's best center in '12.

75. Kiko Alonso, LB, Oregon, 6-3, 238. The video that shows what he can be is the Rose Bowl to close out 2011. Against Wisconsin and Russell Wilson, Alonso had five tackles, 2.5 tackles for loss, 1.5 sacks and an interception. Did miss the 2010 season with a torn ACL and had two off-the-field arrests (in 2010 and 2011) he has had to explain.

76. Andre Ellington, RB, Clemson, 5-9, 199. Battled a hamstring injury since the combine, but ran a 4.53 in a recent on-campus workout and is a high-quality receiver out of the backfield. Finished career at Clemson with back-to-back 1,000-yard seasons.

77. Jordan Mills,
OT, Louisiana Tech, 6-5, 316. Started games at left guard and right tackle, but projects to be a right tackle in the league. A power player who plays snap to whistle every down of every game. Has quality footwork in pass protection and should be able to step in and contribute in some fashion as a rookie.

78. Landry Jones,
QB, Oklahoma, 6-4, 225. In a year when so many questions swirl around so many of the quarterback prospects, Jones may have some of the biggest. He's a four-year starter with piles of production, but some scouts believe he didn't always respond in the biggest moments. Did work with quarterback guru George Whitfield before the combine and his pro day.

79. Brian Schwenke, C, California, 6-3, 314. Earned plenty of kudos when he consistently battled Georgia's massive DT John Jenkins to a stalemate at the Senior Bowl. Has plenty of experience having played in 48 games with the Bears, with 36 starts.

80. Chase Thomas,
LB, Stanford, 6-3, 244. Plays faster than he tests, but some still worried about a lack of top-end speed. But he's instinctive and finds a way to tackle the fast guys behind the line of scrimmage with 50.5 tackles for loss in his career, including 17.5 tackles for loss in 2011 and 14.5 tackles for loss in '12.

81. Shamarko Thomas, S, Syracuse, 5-9, 213. One of the fastest players on the board at 4.37 in the 40. Attacks the line of scrimmage and usually finishes with a jarring hit. Also a quality blitzer when he gets the chance and led the Orangemen in tackles this past season with 85. His parents died in a nine-month span in 2010, so conducts himself with the maturity of a man who has had to be the head of the household for five siblings.

82. Markus Wheaton
, WR, Oregon State, 5-11, 189. Quick off the ball and consistently puts the defender at a disadvantage within the first few strides in the route. Finished his career as the school's all-time leader in receptions, including 91 this past season for 1,244 yards.

83. Bacarri Rambo, S, Georgia, 6-0, 211. Has the skill set to be one of the top-ranked players in a deep class at the position, but has some off-the-field issues to address. He was suspended four games this past season for a failed drug test, but finished with 73 tackles in 10 games with three interceptions and three forced fumbles.

84. Giovani Bernard
, RB, North Carolina, 5-8, 202. Averaged over five yards a carry for his career, might be the best receiver on the board at the position and led his team in rushing, scoring, all-purpose yardage and punt return average this past season. He missed two games in '12, but still led the ACC in touchdowns with 19.

85. Vance McDonald, TE, Rice, 6-4, 267. He's got a huge reach, is a quality blocker and runs smooth routes all in all a quality combination with half the NFL searching for help at tight end. Played out of the slot much of the time for the Owls so has a better feel for the passing game than many of the other prospect at the position. Has also done some long-snapping in his career.

86. Brandon Williams, DT, Missouri Southern, 6-1, 335. A three-time Division II All America selection who had 17, 16 and 16.5 tackles for loss in his last three seasons, respectively. Also forced five fumbles this past season.

87. T.J. McDonald, S, USC, 6-2, 219. Son of former 49ers safety Tim McDonald, who was a six-time Pro Bowl selection. Played a kind of hybrid linebacker/safety role this past season and finished '12 with a career-best 112 tackles to go with two interceptions.

88. Corey Lemonier,
DE, Auburn, 6-3, 255. Offered a glimpse of his potential when he was named first-team all conference in the ultra-competitive Southeastern Conference as a sophomore, but never really regained that level of production. Still, he has a big reach and was one of the fastest defensive ends timed at the combine. Scouts believe he could play either the left or right side of the formation.

89. Kevin Reddick, LB, North Carolina, 6-1, 243. A four-year starter for the Tar Heels who finished his career with 36 tackles for loss, including 18.5 tackles for loss this past season when the team would often move him from his inside linebacker spot to line him up as an edge rusher. Some scouts said he had periods where his effort wanes a bit, but produced in every season.

90. Robert Alford, CB, Southeastern Louisiana, 5-10, 188. He missed the 2010 season with a shoulder injury, but returned to start every game in his final two seasons at the school had five interceptions in '11 and four interceptions this past season. Also returned punts and kickoffs.

91. Aaron Dobson
, WR, Marshall, 6-3, 210. Did not work out at the combine because of a hamstring injury, but uncorked a 4.37 40 at his pro day and has looked smooth catching the ball in workouts.

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Old 04-25-2013, 08:57 PM   #2
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My prediction for Denver's 2nd rounder is a CB from Mississippi St. either Jonathon Banks or Darius Slay

Banks has the better football tape Slay has the better measurables.
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I'm thinking the Broncos go RB in the second round... but I'd be thrilled with LBer and secondary help.
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I really, really wouldn't be shocked if Moore dropped to their 2nd pick. Hoping that is the case and then it is a no brainer. Otherwise I'm thinking a safety.

Really think RB will be addressed no earlier than the 3rd round.

Also think there will be a run on CBs early in the 2nd.

Hell, could also see collins as our 2nd pick to be a situational pass rusher.
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Kevin Minter would work.
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Moore with the second or maybe Slay. But Alot of depth in the 2nd and 3rd round. I dunno who going to go where really!
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Maybe Denver will be legit and trade a third and fourth and just get three boss hogs in this draft. Williams, MIKE, RB.

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Old 04-25-2013, 09:24 PM   #10
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Please let it be Le'Veon Bell...
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Old 04-25-2013, 09:25 PM   #11
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Look at that list!

We really can go BPA...
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Look at that list!

We really can go BPA...
no joke! Lots of good players available
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I like quite a few of the remaining players you listed. Zach Ertz could be a really nice red-zone weapon and stretch matchup problem in a Manning offense. My guess is he's gone in the first 10 picks tomorrow.

Some team is going to steal Keenan Allen tomorrow (the guy I still think is the 2nd best receiver in the draft).

I'm more of a Bell than a Ball guy. But with Gio, Lacy, Bell, and Ball still available, there will be RB options at the bottom if the 2nd as well.

Defensively, Shamarko Thomas could be a sleeper pick in the 3rd. Great speed, like to thump people in space. Hunt could be an interesting project at the bottom of the 2nd if he's there. Minter makes a lot of sense too.
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Seems the Bronos are all about getting the most BOSS players they can find.

I'm lovin' it.
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Please let it be Le'Veon Bell...

WAAAAAAAAAY too early for Bell.

I might be alone on this, But Barrett Jones would be one hell of an upgrade at Center... Just plain ole nasty.
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There are SOOO many guys left that I like...

Cyprien, Lacy, Arthur Brown, Ertz, Keenan, Marcus Wheaton...and on and on...
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I would love Slay or Moore! To early for a RB.
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WAAAAAAAAAY too early for Bell.

I might be alone on this, But Barrett Jones would be one hell of an upgrade at Center... Just plain ole nasty.
Late 2nd round is definitely not going to be too early for Bell. The guy is the second best back in the draft, and doesn't have the health concerns of Lacy.
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Lol CBF1 with Jones. PUP immediately. No.
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Franklin is a better RB IMO, watched him run all over the PAC12
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PUP...really? The kid is supposed to be able to start training again in a couple weeks. Jones can play center or guard and fill in as an emergency OT if needed. Not a waste at all.
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Jones or Schwenke. Either one is a huge upgrade.
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Even if that were true (and it isn't at all) he's not the power back we need.
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