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Old 03-26-2013, 10:54 PM   #176
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With the 174th pick in the OM mock draft, the Arizona Cardinals select:



Chris Gragg, TE, Arkansas

By far the fastest TE in the draft along with excellent size and athleticism. Gragg just blew up his pro day and should be steadily climbing draft boards as we speak.

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Old 03-27-2013, 07:19 AM   #177
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With the Cleveland browns final pick in the draft, we select :



Duke Williams S Nevada 5'11" 201 lbs

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Old 03-27-2013, 08:21 AM   #178
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With the 176th pick in the OM mock draft, the Arizona Cardinals select:



TJ Barnes, DT, Georgia Tech

This 370 lb behemoth still has the ability to get that body movin quick enough to say he "felt slow" turning in a 5.22 40.

What else does he have to say regarding potential position changes? "I could see myself at end, but the ideal position I see myself is QB. If I put effort into this, I could be the next Tom Brady, Peyton Manning."

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Old 03-27-2013, 11:27 AM   #179
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With the 177th pick in the OM Mock Draft the Buffalo Bills select UCLA TE Joseph Fauria




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SUMMARY - Joseph Fauria is not being mentioned in the same breath as some of the top TEs in this draft class, but he clearly has the tools to become a productive NFL player. While not an explosive or elusive athlete, he does display solid short area quickness and smooth, savvy route running ability, which allows him to gain separation on his breaks. Once the ball is in the air he is a nightmare for LBs and DBs to match up with, as he high-points the ball and uses his huge frame and catching radius to consistently win contested balls. He clearly has the flexibility and strength to be an effective blocker, but must be more consistent with his level of competitiveness. The depth of this year's TE class is likely to drop Fauria to day three, but he has starter's upside at the next level because of his size, strength and ball skills.
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Zac Dysert QB Miami, Ohio

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83.5 ?
  • 6'3" Height
  • 32 5/8" Arm Length
  • 231LBS. Weight
  • 9 1/8" Hands
Overview

It’s easy to finger Dysert (pronounced DYE-sert) as another MAC quarterback piquing the interest of NFL general managers, especially when he’s leading the same Miami team for which Ben Roethlisberger played before winning two Super Bowls with the Pittsburgh Steelers. Over his four years starting, Dysert ended up breaking Roethlisberger’s school career passing attempts, completions, and yardage records. So it’s natural for teams to watch him closely in the hopes his skill set will translate similarly to Roethlisberger’s (even if he doesn’t quite possess Roethlisberger’s arm strength or bulk) at the next level.


Dysert pulled down 2007 Ohio state high school player of the year honors (an award also won by Roethlisberger when he was an Ohio prep) despite relinquishing his quarterback duties for three-plus games due to a broken thumb; maybe the fact he moved to wide receiver and played linebacker during those games swayed the voters to give him the title. Dysert won the team’s scout player of the year award during his redshirt season of 2008 before playing in 11 games, with nine starts, the following season (2,611 yards, 61.6% completion rate, 12 touchdowns, 16 interceptions). He continued his progression as a passer as a sophomore (2,406, 64.7 percent, 13, 12), starting the first 10 games before suffering a lacerated kidney. The injury prevented Dysert from passing over the last four games, though he did return as the team’s placeholder for their GoDaddy.com Bowl win over Middle Tennessee State. He stayed healthy throughout the 2011 season, starting every game, passing for 3,513 yards and greatly improving his completion percentage (65.8) and touchdown-to-interception ratio (23-11). The Redhawks struggled during his senior season, going through a scheme change and posting a 4-8 record, but Dysert’s production remained steady (3,483, 62.9 percent, 25 touchdowns, 12 interceptions), earning him third-team All-MAC honors.
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Strengths

Looks like an NFL quarterback, and has more room to add muscle to his frame. Keeps a solid base, active feet, and has a reliable over-the-top delivery for his accurate passes to all levels of the field. Good athlete for his size, able to sidestep and run away from blitzers in the backfield while usually keeping his eyes downfield to see if a receiver breaks open. Picks up first downs, or simply gets something out of nothing, with his feet. Shows the strength, in terms of body and arm, to get passes off with defenders hanging off his body in the pocket. Will get out of bounds instead of taking a hit on the run. Has experience both under center and in shotgun, but played in more of a shotgun spread scheme during his senior year. Flashes anticipation on crossing routes to hit his man on the run. Throws accurately on the move to his left or right, and will stop to set his feet if there’s time on moving pockets. His arm is strong enough to fling the ball 40 yards downfield on the run, and also to throw in tight windows over the middle. Flashes great placement on fades and sideline throws, puts ball on his man’s shoulder where only he can catch it. Good strength to pull down the ball at the last minute as well as step through tackle attempts in the pocket. Communicates with receivers pre-snap if he sees something worth exploiting in the defense. Big body and quick feet are helpful on quarterback sneaks. Mechanically sound overall. Has held for placement kicks.
Weaknesses

Pocket poise needs to improve; takes off from the pocket if his primary read is covered or he sees pressure, but is also inconsistent feeling backside rushers. Needs to prove he can find check-downs and secondary options from the pocket. Will stare down his target, allowing defenders to follow his eyes to the ball. Accuracy in the intermediate portion of the field can be streaky. Straight-line speed and elusiveness aren’t elite, quicker NFL defenders will track him down in the pocket and will make him pay for running too often. May have picked up bad habits playing for an undermanned team. Can be prone to over-improvisation and trusts his arm too much at times, throwing balls up for grabs or across his body into traffic over the middle.
NFL Comparison

Ben Roethlisberger
Bottom Line

Dysert reminded scouts a bit of Roethlisberger by displaying toughness and more of a playmaker’s game than pure efficiency during his breakout 2011 season (3,513 passing yards, 65.8 percent completion rate, 23 touchdowns). He does not quite possess the two-time Super Bowl champ’s elite arm and bulk, but still has enough of both – along with the athleticism and deft passing touch to make NFL-caliber plays on the run – to become one of the top passers in the class. His career flew somewhat under the radar in the MAC conference, but has the size, arm, accuracy, athleticism, and production that NFL teams covet.
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Old 03-27-2013, 12:04 PM   #181
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JCM and the Chargers select some swag from the U, Brandon Magee, CB Miami.

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Old 03-27-2013, 12:28 PM   #182
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The mayor of Michigan wants the Lions to select ATH Denard Robinson. Pick was made at 2:28 ct.
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Old 03-27-2013, 07:45 PM   #183
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With the 181st selection in the 2013 Orange Mane Mock Draft, The Pittsburgh Steelers take a chance on greatness with:

Ty Powell, OLB, Harding University



Height: 6' 2"
Weight: 249 lbs.
40-yard dash: 4.64
10-yard split: 1.59
225 lb. bench: 28 reps
Broad jump: 37"
Vertical jump: 10' 2"
3-cone: 6.98
Short shuttle: 4.4

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Lettered in football (quarterback and defensive back), baseball, track, and wrestling as a California prep. Spent the 2007 season going to school at Monterey Peninsula College, the '08 season working, and returned to Monterey for '09, seeing action in three games. Was suspended for multiple games for getting into an argument with a coach. Attended De Anza College (Calif.) in '10 and was named the conference's Defensive Player of the Year by recording 69 tackles, 3 1/2 tackles for loss and two sacks with five batted passes and two interceptions. In '11, he started the first three games for Harding and managed 7-2 1/2-2 before missing the rest of the season (suspension, turf toe on right foot). Suspension was related to underage drinking incident in September. Led the team in tackles for loss and sacks in '12, logging 40-15-8 1/2 with one batted pass, one forced fumble and four blocked kicks in 11 games (10 starts). Turns 25 on draft weekend.

Positives
Looks the part with good muscularity. Outstanding Combine workout -- posted 28 benchpress reps, as low as a 4.6 40-yard time and a 37-inch vertical jump, all among the best for outside linebackers. Plays with good knee bend. Good effort and playing range -- flattens to the sideline and leverages the field. Moves well in space and can flip his hips and pop out of breaks. Good pro day workout.

Negatives
Overaged. Character is a glaring question -- has multiple off-field incidents and has not been able to avoid trouble. Average 20-yard shuttle times (4.43 seconds). Not a strong, face-up tackler. Shows some tightness in his hips. Faced marginal competition.

Summary
Three-time transfer and converted safety moved to end as a senior and displays intriguing power and leverage to project as a 3-4 rush linebacker. Multiple off-field incidents and rough upbringing could invite trouble into a locker room and have knocked him off draft boards for some teams. Could fit ideally into a defense such as the Steelers, Colts, or Ravens but must show improved maturity to make it.

Rationale for the pick from BowlenBall
We picked up Jarvis Jones in the first as the heir apparent to James Harrison -- However, the Steelers are a team which is getting very old very fast at all linebacker positions, and can easily find a space on the roster for a physical marvel like Powell. He'll be a head-knocker on special teams right away, and actually has a chance to make more of an impact in 2013 than Jarvis Jones.




Pick made at:
06:45 a.m. Abu Dhabi, UAE
10:45 p.m. New York, New York
09:45 p.m. Searcy, Arkansas
08:45 p.m. Denver, Colorado
07:45 p.m. Seattle, Washington
06:45 p.m. Kasilof, Alaska

The Carolina Panthers and BroncoInferno are now on the clock....

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Old 03-28-2013, 05:38 AM   #184
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With the 182nd pick in 2013 NFL Draft, the Carolina Panthers select....

Nickell Robey, CB. USC



STRENGHTS: Possesses top-notch athleticism. Has light feet, loose hips and a natural low center of gravity which allow him to remain in the hip pocket of receivers when in man coverage. Shows good awareness in zone, demonstrating a feel for receivers running behind him and the downhill burst to break on underneath routes.

Very good ball skills. Good hand-eye coordination and the flexibility to contort in space to adjust. Gritty defender who is much more physical and aggressive than his stature would indicate. Reads quick-screens and draws well, attacking the line of scrimmage to beat would-be blockers to the action.

Flashes surprising overall physicality as a hitter and is generally a reliable open-field tackler. Effective blitzer off the edge. Plays hard.

WEAKNESSES: Significantly undersized. Has a slim-build, especially in his lower body. Relies on his quickness to evade blockers and struggles to break free when they get to him. Will occasionally duck his head when attempting to make tackles and lacks the upper body strength to pull ball-carriers to the ground when his technique isn't clean.

COMPARES TO: Jabari Greer, CB, New Orleans Saints: Roby possesses better ball skills than Greer, but otherwise is a similar prospect who will have to rely on the athleticism to overcome a lack of preferred size.

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Pick made at 8:40 AM EST. New Orleans (Drek) is on the clock.

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Old 03-28-2013, 06:44 AM   #185
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With the 183rd selection in the NFL draft the New Orleans Saints select....

Hugh Thornton, OG/OT, Illinois



Thornton has played both guard and tackle in college, with excellent arm length, size, and strength for either position. He is a bit short for either OT job and is a bit too slow in his footwork to stick at LT in the NFL, but is an excellent, highly polished OG with some positional versatility. Early on he'll be a great 6th OL with long term starter potential inside.

pick made at 0843 CST, JCMElway is now on the clock.
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Old 03-28-2013, 09:17 AM   #186
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Batimore Ravens select:

Cooper Taylor SS, Richmond
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Old 03-28-2013, 02:08 PM   #187
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With the 185th selection in the 2013 OM draft the Dallas Cowboys select:

Vince Williams, ILB, Florida State
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Old 03-28-2013, 02:48 PM   #188
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With the 186th selection in the 2013 NFL Draft the Indianapolis Colts Select:

Steve Williams CB California
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Old 03-28-2013, 07:10 PM   #189
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After posting their pick in the wrong thread, with their 6th round pick the New York Giants are proud to select; DE, Joe Kruger, Utah.

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Pick made at 8:10 pm MST. Sodak's Bears are otc
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Old 03-28-2013, 10:00 PM   #190
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Bears select Jawan Jamison , RB , Rutgers

STRENGTHS: Versatile back who can provide production as a runner between the tackles and as a receiver out of the backfield. Elusive runner who isn't afraid of contact.
WEAKNESSES: While he has a tough mentality when running with the ball, Jamison is still undersized at 5-8, 200 pounds and likely lacks the bulk to be an every-down back in the NFL.

COMPARES TO: Ray Rice, RB, Ravens -- Jamison has a build -- and game -- similar to his fellow former Rutgers star, demonstrating the elusiveness expected of a back his size and the hard-running mentality of one much bigger.
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Vikings select T/G/C Ryan Jensen Colorado State Pueblo 6'4 317 5.29

Will add depth as a utility lineman and a developmental prospect.
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Old 03-29-2013, 06:49 AM   #192
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With the 190th pick, the San Diego Chargers select:

Robert Lester, S, Alabama

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With the 191st pick in the draft the Tennessee Titans select: Johnny Adams, CB, Michigan St.



STRENGTHS Wiry-tough corner who plays bigger than he measures. Long arms for his frame. Shows foot work at the line to stick with head fakes and hesitation moves. Creates contact to stay with his man down the sideline. Has excellent ball skills and concentration. Comes off his man to play the ball, snatching passes away from his frame, tracks the ball over his shoulder. Aware defender, comes off his man, or the first read in zone, to make plays. Also undercuts receivers on short passes to step in front. Transitions forward from pedal to corral receivers after the catch and avoid their blocks. Plays a lot of snaps in the slot, and is a regular blitzer because he is a solid tackler and can pack a punch. Incredibly effective tackler in the run game. Seeks the ball carrier and looks to invite contact. Attacks the edge on plays coming his way and regularly sticks his nose between the tackles when uncovered. Gives effort, has a bit of a burst to make tackles.

WEAKNESSES Possesses only average height and very thin in the lower half. Often in press-bail or playing off, must prove he can ride a man off his route in press. Doesn't have extensive experience backpedaling and is not particularly low or smooth while changing directions. Takes extra steps when cutting and lacks recovery speed. Larger receivers get inside position, separate from him coming out of their cuts and can win jump balls over the top. Also gets stiff-armed and bulled in the open field by stronger ballcarriers due to his relative lack of size and strength. Has trouble disengaging from better receiver and tight end blocks in the run game and beating running backs in pass protection as a blitzer.

NFL COMPARISON Jabari Greer

BOTTOM LINE This wiry All-Big Ten zone corner owns the athleticism to stick with pro receivers and can make quarterbacks pay for poor throws (intercepted three passes in both the 2010 and 2011 seasons). Adams even saw some time at receiver in the teamís 2012 spring game, snagging a 45-yard reception. However, Adamsí average size/strength combination and 2009 shoulder injury might prevent scouts from seeing him as an elite prospect, and he will likely be selected on the third day of the draft. His lack of size and recovery speed will probably prevent him from playing outside, but his willingness to play the run and be an aggressive tackler will likely allow him to carve out a role as a special teamer and nickelback.

Pick was made at 2:39 PM EST, New Orleans (Drek) are on the clock.
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The saints, via priority list, select Aaron Mellette, WR, Elon.

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With the 193rd pick in the draft the Tennessee Titans select: Mike Gillislee, RB, Florida



STRENGTHS Solid runner capable of carrying the load when given the opportunity. Possesses adequate size and power for the position. Sets up cutbacks, sticks his foot in the ground well to avoid penetrating defenders or go against the flow of the line. Has enough speed to break off a big run if the hole is available to him. Displays some vision in the open field, does not head to the sidelines if more yards can be had. Not a finesse runner, keeps his feet moving through contact. Uses his hand to swipe aside tacklers coming inside-out, maintains balance to continue downfield. Willing to lower pads in short-yardage and lean to get the extra yard. Willing in pass pro, can be effective as a cut-blocker and will make contact with blitzers off the edge. Good hands out of the backfield, adjusts to high passes and is a threat to make the first defender miss with a cut after the catch.

WEAKNESSES Not as decisive as youíd like after the handoff, pausing instead of pressing the line.Will waste steps in moving laterally. Inconsistent taking what the defense gives him, will bounce outside where NFL defenders will bring him down for a loss. Will cut a bit early against blitzers in pass pro, needs to stay up and anchor when they expect the low block. Resorts to throwing a shoulder too often in the backfield or leading plays downfield. Holds the ball low and in the wrong hand in the open field, inviting fumbles.

NFL COMPARISON Andre Brown

BOTTOM LINE Seeing as how Gillislee didn't get an extraordinary amount of touches until his senior season, there isn't a lot of mileage on his tires, despite a good amount of overall experience. He has a good build for the position, and is a solid downhill type of runner. While Gillislee doesn't have remarkable agility or balance, he works at hitting the holes he's given, and runs with some speed and power. He will likely be a mid-round pick that works in a committee.

Pick made at 2:59 AM EST, Seattle (socalorado) are on the clock.

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JCM, thanks for getting my pick in, to fill out the detail on my selection:

Aaron Mellette, WR, Elon



The Saints go with another D1-AA WR in the later rounds again this year after it worked out quite well for them back in '06 with the selection of Colston. Mellette has a similar tool set to Colston in fact with good size, natural hands, and well developed route running and cuts for someone who only started playing WR his senior year of high school (and picked up football entirely the year before that). At the combine he dispelled the notion that he didn't have NFL caliber speed, posting splits of 1.60/2.50/4.45 in the 10/20/40 yard dash portions. His broad jump and vertical back up a player with explosive athletic potential, likely eagerly awaiting a higher level of physical conditioning than a small school like Elon could offer.

He's an ideal fit for the Saints offense and Brees' passing style in particular, likely finding a productive role early on in the arsenal of weapons Brees employs.
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The Houston Texans select Center Khaled Holmes of Southern California.

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With the 196th pick in the 6th round, the Philadelphia Eagles select

Kerwynn Williams, RB, Utah State

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With the 197th pick in the draft the New Orleans Saints select...

Josh Boyd, DT, Mississippi State



Boyd was a highly productive player in college as a three year starter, including posting comparable stats to Fletcher Cox in 2011 while playing the the nose.

His fit in the NFL is a concern as he lacks the size to be a two gap nose at the next level and scouts question if he can generate the pass rush needed to be a 4-3 3-tech. I personally see a player who at 6'3", 310 pounds is already showing plus strength for the NFL game (32 bench reps back that up), short area quickness, and polished fundamentals. He needs the right landing spot, but I could see a career upside of Jay Ratliff/Jason Ferguson if he develops right in a one-gap 3-4 role (what Rob Ryan is looking to build in New Orleans).
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with the 198th pick Falcons pick

Cory Grissom DT, S Florida


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