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Old 03-31-2013, 10:18 AM   #201
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With the 194th pick, the Seattle Seahawks select...

Earl Watford, OG, JMU
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The Chargers select:

Sean Renfree, QB, Duke. Pictures to follow later...

Renfree finished his college career with a 64.6 completion rate, 50 touchdown passes, and 40 interceptions. "I like the fact that (Renfree) has size, I like his arm," said Kiper. "I like that he was with David Cutcliffe for five years. (Cutcliffe) tutored Peyton and Eli Manning and is known as a quarterback guru. Renfree took Duke to a bowl game for the first time since 1994, Renfree did. He’s a Matt Hasselbeck, Matt Schaub type to me so I like Renfree in the fifth-round area."

Sean Renfree, QB, Duke, 6’5 225

I am excited about Sean Renfree. This is a guy I love coming out of Duke, and with the right coaching, I can see him having a lot of success at the next level. Let’s jump right into what makes Renfree exciting and what he needs to work on.

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Measurables- Renfree is 6’5, 225lbs, and deceptively athletic. Duke has him listed as running a 4.50 in the 40, but I’d say he’s probably more of a high 4.6/low 4.7 guy. Which even still, given his size is quite impressive. Renfree has not really showed a whole lot of his athleticism while at Duke, but it is there, and he has the capability to take off for a first down if he needs to. The bottom line is, the guy has prototypical size, with sneaky athleticism, and if he times well, that combination will be alluring to NFL scouts. He may be the most impressive of the Pro-Style QB’s from a physical standpoint
Arm Strength- Renfree, like Jones, was blessed with a cannon of an arm. Renfree can fit the ball into just about any window, and can launch the ball down field to make the big play. Renfree can make every throw in the game, and displays good velocity on deep routes.
Mechanics- Renfree has an NFL release, and solid footwork. He holds the ball high, and snaps quickly to get the ball out of his hands fast. His feet accentuate his release in the way that he plants and sets for most throws, allowing him a cleaner release with more accuracy and velocity.
Intelligence/Accuracy- These two get grouped together for Renfree because his intelligence plays on his accuracy. Renfree is very smart, similar to an Alex Smith type, and uses that intelligence when seeing the field. He sees the open man, and understands the angles required to lead his receiver and throw him open if necessarily.



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Old 03-31-2013, 11:28 PM   #204
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The Houston Texans select Alec Lemon, WR from Syracuse.

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With the 202nd pick the Tennessee Titans select: Ace Sanders, WR, South Carolina




STRENGTHS: Extremely dangerous with the ball in his hands. Possesses excellent stop-start quickness and lateral agility to elude making him a nightmare to tackle in the open field. Explosive initial acceleration.
Excellent vision and feel for setting up his blocks. Patient, creative runner who is always a threat to go back against the grain. Good straight-line speed and shows a late burst to pull away. Shows the ability to pluck the ball from outside of his frame. Tracks the ball well over his shoulder and shows good hand-eye coordination and timing to make the diving grab.

Good toughness and concentration to handle slot responsibilities. Fights through arm tackles and is tough to tackle due to his naturally low center of gravity. Doesn't back down to the size and physicality over the middle. Good bloodlines; son of former NFL defensive back Tracy Sanders.

WEAKNESSES: Significantly undersized. More quick than fast and is a bit of a one-trick pony as an interior receiver. Made most of his plays at South Carolina on quick screens, drag routes and occasional deep balls and is therefore lacking a bit in his route progression. Doesn't switch the ball to his outside arm consistently and will allow the ball to swing too freely.

COMPARES TO: Roscoe Parrish, WR/RS, Tampa Bay Buccaneers -- Like the long-time Buffalo Bill, Sanders is more dangerous as a returner than a receiver at this point in his career. His secure hands and toughness, however, could make him a dangerous target out of the slot in the right offense.

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Old 04-01-2013, 01:00 PM   #207
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With the 204th pick in the 2013 Orange Mane Mock Draft, the Kansas City Chiefs select:

Corey Fuller, WR Virginia Tech
6'2" 204 lbs 4.32 40




OVERVIEW
Corey Fuller is the brother of current Hokie Kyle Fuller and former Hokie and NFL player Vincent Fuller. In high school, Corey lettered two seasons in football as the quarterback for Leonard Hart at Woodlawn High, but was much more heralded as a track star. Fuller was a Nike indoor track All-American as a senior, after he helped his team win first team all-state indoor and outdoor track honors as a senior.


Fuller originally enrolled at the University of Kansas for two years and was a member of the Jayhawks’ track and field team, where he competed as a sprinter, triple jumper and long jumper. In 2010, he transferred to Virginia Tech, and didn’t play the entire season. The following year, he only had two catches for 19 yards, after playing only 57 snaps on the year. In his final year, Fuller emerged as a much bigger threat. He played in all 13 games, and logged eight starts. He caught 43 passes for 815 yards and six touchdowns.

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STRENGTHS Fuller is quite fast and can run away from defensive backs. Explosive out of his cuts, which aids him in getting separation. Fluid hips and good flexibility, which allows him to make smooth transitions up the field. Impressive in changing directions, can make people miss.

WEAKNESSES
Doesn't explode off the line, and takes a few strides to get up to full speed. Still raw in his technique, deliberate in his routes. Needs to do a better job of being more physical in his routes with his hands, and needs to prove he can handle the press. Also needs to prove he can track the football and come away with the contested catch. Lacks pop as a blocker, will get pushed backwards.

NFL COMPARISON Tiquan Underwood

BOTTOM LINE
While still raw to the game from an overall technique perspective, Fuller is a gifted athlete. He's very fast, has good flexibility, and is explosive out of his cuts, which makes him a weapon as a receiver. He'll need to improve his blocking and clean up his game at the next level, but his athletic ability will likely get him selected in the middle to late rounds of the draft.

Pick made at 1:00 Mountain Time. The Oakland Raiders and CBF1 are now on the clock.

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With its 2nd pick in the 6th round, the Oakland raiders select OG Vinster Painter from Virginia Tech.

Oakland needs help everywhere, The new brass goes old school and is building from the inside out. How old is Cooper Carlisle now?

Pick made at 12:09pm PST

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With the 206th pick in the 2013 Orange Mane Mock Draft, the Pittsburgh Steelers proudly select:

Zac Stacy, RB, Vanderbilt



Height: 5' 09"
Weight: 216 lbs.
40-yard dash: 4.53
10-yard split: 1.56
225 bench: 27 reps
Vertical jump: 33"
Broad jump: 10' 03"
20-yard shuttle: 4.17
3-cone drill: 6.70

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The Alabama prep was a four-year starter for the football team while also lettering in basketball and baseball. As a true freshman in 2009, he appeared in 10 games with four starts and rushed 107 times for 478 yards (4.5-yard average) with three touchdowns and snatched seven passes for 72 yards (10.3-yard average) and zero touchdowns. Missed two games (Mississippi, South Carolina) and was limited in two others due to a sprained ankle. Saw action in nine games (three starts) in '10, posting 66-331-3 (5.0) rushing and 9-32-0 (3.6) receiving before being sidelined for the season with a concussion. Lost consciousness following a helmet-to-helmet hit vs. Florida in 2010. Earned team MVP honors and broke the school's single-season records for rushing yards and rushing touchdowns in '11 after piling up 201-1,193-14 (5.9) on the ground and 20-106-0 (5.3) in the air in 13 starts to become the first Commodore since 1995 to rush for over 1,000 yards in a season. Ran for 207-1,141-10 (5.5) and grabbed 10-205-0 (20.5) in 13 starts in '12, setting the school records for career rushing yards (3,143) and rushing touchdowns (303). Also became the first Vanderbilt back to ever have back-to-back 1,000-yard seasons. Contributed 10 career punt returns for 64 yards, two kickoff returns for 15 yards, and completed 3-of-10 passes for 67 yards, one touchdown and two interceptions. Fumbled nine times in 649 career touches and averaged 5.4 yards per carry. Team captain. Has a handicapped younger brother who he often brought to team facility.

Positives
Extremely strong and well-muscled with a compact frame. Bench presses nearly twice his weight and can squat a small house. Runs hard with good run instincts and anticipation -- patient reading blocks. Very smart and handles a variety of assignments and alignments -- is used in wildcat formation and as a slot receiver. A highly respected, confident, inspiring team leader and the type you root for. Self-motivated and has a passion for the game.

Negatives
Small hands. Not explosive and lacks big-play speed. Average elusiveness (short-stepper). Does not play big or power through many tackles -- is turned easily in the hole, often goes down on first contact and legs will stall on contact (not a pile-driver). Much of production is schemed. Average hands.

Summary
A tough, north-south runner most ideally suited for a zone-based ground game such as the Texans, Redskins, Packers, or Seahawks.

Rationale for the Pick from BowlenBall
The Pittsburgh Steelers go into the 2013 draft with Jonathan Dwyer as the #1 back on their roster, and not much else backing him up. Staying true to our drafting philosophy that good running backs can be found late in the draft, we patiently waited while other backs we liked (Eddie Lacy, Johnathon Franklin) were snatched up. Our patience finally paid off with the last pick in the 6th round, as we feel that Stacy is a very underrated back in this draft, with great measurables AND great production at the highest level of college football.


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Old 04-01-2013, 05:59 PM   #210
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Baltimore Ravens select:

Chris Jones DT Bowling Green
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Via PM, CBF1 and the Oakland Raiders select Rontez Miles, S, California (PA) -- he'll be on to brag about him shortly.

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With the 208th pick in the 2013 OM NFL draft.......THE JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS select:
Bruce Taylor, MLB, Virginia Tech

6'1" 237LBS



Thanks to head coach Frank Beamer and long-time coordinator Bud Foster, the Hokies have become a regular contributor to NFL defenses. Virginia Tech has had at least one defender drafted each spring since 1999, one of only a half dozen colleges to achieve that feat.



Taylor suffered a Lisfranc injury in his right foot eight games into his junior season. He earned honorable mention All-ACC honors despite missing four games, making 53 tackles, eight for loss, and five sacks. He started every game the previous year, leading the team with 91 tackles, 15.5 for loss, six sacks, and four pass break-ups, after playing in six games as a reserve in his redshirt freshman season (six tackles). Coaches considered playing Taylor in his first year on campus, moving him from linebacker to defensive end, but a shoulder injury prevented it. As a senior, in 12 games, Taylor racked up 76 tackles (10.5 for loss) and 5.5 sacks. He was named a honorable mention to the Coaches All-ACC team for the second consecutive year.
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Strengths

Strong upper body and some thickness through his torsos and thighs help him inside. Holds up linemen trying to move him on the second level, extending his long arms to maintain distance, and can shed to tackle backs cutting off the block. Flashes the quickness come inside-out to trip up running backs and mobile quarterbacks before they break through the second level. Shows instincts in recognizing plays and taking good angles to the ball carrier. Closes hard on running backs running in the flat or towards the sideline in coverage, making the big hit or wrapping up in the open field. Good blitzer, and he is reliable to break down -- and bring down -- the quarterback.

Weaknesses

Injury history, which seems to have taken its toll on his game speed. Late to break on plays not in front of him. Inconsistent finding the ball in traffic and preventing cutbacks on zone plays, also loses track of running backs in coverage on occasion when following the quarterback instead of adhering to his responsibility. Doesn't display the quickest feet in coverage. Bounces off some tackles when trying to hit rather than wrap or not quite having the speed to get the angle on the ballcarrier. Won’t win one-on-one battles against better linemen as a pass rusher until he starts using his quick hands in that role.

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Bottom Line

Taylor led the Hokies in tackles in 2010 (91, 15.5 for loss) and seemed on his way to another big year as a junior before a Lisfranc injury in his right foot stopped it after eight games. He recovered and played in 12 games as a senior, but did not appear to be the same player pre-injury. His thick upper body and fair speed and agility could see him at middle linebacker or strong side linebacker. He's a likely late-round selection.

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With the 210th pick, the Philadelphia Eagles select

Dalton Freeman, C, Clemson
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With the 211th pick the Lions select...

Louisiana Tech punter Ryan Allen




Boom goes the punter

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With the 212th pick, the Philadelphia Eagles select

Josh "Jay Jay" Johnson, CB, Purdue
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Vikings select Lerentee Mccray OLB/pass rusher Florida.....6'2 250 4.65.
Can start out as a pass rush specialist and groom into a SLB and could be used in the same way Von Miller is. I can dream right?
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With the 214th pick The Seattle Seahawks select,
Tourek Williams, DE Florida International
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With the 216th pick in the draft the Tennessee Titans select, Michael Mauti, ILB, Penn St.





STRENGTHS Tremendously instinctual player who is poised in both the run and pass game. Thick build throughout, which helps him stand his ground against lineman blocks inside. Rips off those attempts, keeping his shoulders square to the line and his feet moving until finding his way through trash to get to the ballcarrier. Occasionally bursts through the line with some quickness to bring down backs before they get started. Secure tackler who drops his hips and shows agility to break down and corral backs trying to elude him. Recovers quite quickly from cut blocks, getting up fast to get back into the play. Aware defender in coverage, dropping deep when needed, finding his man in zone and looking agile enough to come off a crosser to stick to the next receiver through. Keeps one eye in the backfield to ensure he knows when the ball is away. Possesses strong leadership qualities; after his injury in 2011, spent his time coaching up the younger defensive players.

WEAKNESSES Lacks exceptional straight-line speed; hustles to reach either sideline or quarterbacks on bootlegs but will need help to track them down at the next level. Doesn't have the explosive element to his game that you'd like out of an outside linebacker. Some NFL-caliber running backs will set him up in the open field and cut past him. His injury history is extensive, and is sure to scare a lot of teams.

NFL COMPARISON Barrett Ruud

BOTTOM LINE The third Mauti to play at Penn State, Michael is an extremely intuitive and instinctual player. He's far from a remarkable athlete, but he is coordinated in changing direction, and is fundamentally sound in taking on blocks and making tackles. Versatile enough to play multiple linebacker spots. Tough and physical, but his injury history is a major worry. His medical exams are going to be crucial to his draft stock.

Pick was made at 12:02 AM EST, San Diego (JCMElway) is on the clock.
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Via PM, JCMELWAY and the San Diego Chargers select Steve Beauharnais, ILB, Rutgers.

Eddie Mac and the Patriots are now on the clock....
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With the 218th selection in the 2013 Orangemane Mock Draft

The New England Patriots select

Luke Marquardt OT Azusa Pacific






Overview

Azusa Pacific University is a Christian institution not well-known for producing NFL talent; in fact, the last player drafted from APU was former Kansas City Chiefs star running back Christian “the Nigerian Nightmare” Okoye, in the 2nd round of the 1987 draft. But scouts have flocked to the small Southern California school to see Marquardt’s combination of size (6-9, 322) and athleticism. The fact he’s coached by NFL Hall of Fame offensive lineman Jackie Slater is no small item, as his technique is excellent for a player at the NAIA level -– making him an intriguing prospect to watch fly up boards during the draft process.

The son of missionaries hoped to play basketball at APU, but Marquardt fortuitously met with head coach Victor Santa Cruz, who saw potential in the then 230-pounder as a tight end. He grew out of that position after breaking his foot in the second game of his redshirt freshman season, and started every game at left tackle in 2010 and 2011, before missing the entire 2012 season.

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Strengths

Possesses prototypical height, length and a growing frame still able to add weight without losing athleticism. Flashes foot quickness to take away the edge in pass protection, but also mirror without losing knee bend to maintain balance and form. Redirects ends through the pocket inside, as well. Widens his base to anchor when on his game. Also uses his feet to change blocking angle on the move to create running lanes. Surprises with his straight-line speed when leading on pulls or getting downfield to block. Has a solid punch, and is also capable of keeping his feet active while landing it. Comes out of his three-point stance low and hard for his size, gets hands inside to bully defender out of the play. Greets blitzers instead of catching them. Uses strength and length to hold back one defender on double-team while waiting for edge blitzers.

Weaknesses

His height can cause him problems when trying to get leverage on quicker defenders, will need to prove he can avoid getting stood up off the snap in the run game. Gets narrow and comes out of his stance at times against quicker rushers instead of maintaining technique, often because he can against a lower level of competition. Must be consistent with his bend in pass protection and when approaching targets in space. Will occasionally stop his feet while punching, overextending in the process. Could finish plays more regularly, putting his man to the ground and keeping him there as he shows the ability to do.
NFL Comparison
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Bottom Line
Marquardt could be the first player drafted from Azusa Pacific since Kansas City selected Christian “The Nigerian Nightmare” Okoye in the second round in 1987. His size and length give him a chance to be a mid-round pick with upside -– if he can take the coaching imparted him by Pro Football Hall of Fame lineman Jackie Slater to handle the step up in competition.



Pick made at 3-05am ET, Oakland (CBF1) is OTC
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With their 219th and final pick in the 2013 Orangemane mock draft, The Oakland Raiders select: Mike Edwards, CB/ KO returner, University of Hawaii

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2012 (Junior): As a kick returner, named to several All-America teams including, honorable mention by SI.com, third team by CBSSports.com, fourth team by Phil Steele, and first team by College Sports Madness...one of three finalists for the Jet Award, given to the nation’s top return specialists...also selected as the Mountain West’s Special Teams Player of the Year...was named to the first-team as a return specialist and to the second-team as a defensive back...also selected to College Sports Madness and Phil Steele’s all-MW first team as a kick returner and College Sports Madness second team defensive back…mentioned on Phil Steele’s Midseason All-America third team…led the country in kickoff return yardage with 1,215 – which also set new UH and MW single-season records – and ranked sixth nationally with a 30.4 average...was one of only four players nationally with at least three kickoff returns for touchdown...his three scores set new UH and MW single-season marks and he is the only player in MW history to record two 100-yard kick returns in a single season...also became the school’s career kickoff return yardage leader (2,301) as well as kickoff touchdowns leader (3)...returned kickoffs for touchdowns against Lamar, Boise State, and New Mexico, which earned him College Football Performance Awards’ national kick returner of the week honors each week...defensively, ranked 11th nationally and first in the MW with 17 passes defended, which includes two interceptions...was the team’s fourth-leading tackler with 43 and had five tackles for loss and one forced fumble...against USC’s top receiver tandem of Robert Woods and Marquise Lee, gave up only four catches for 27 yards and a touchdown to Woods and one catch for 18 yards to Lee...also held BYU’s top receiver Cody Hoffman without a catch...recorded a season-high seven tackles and three pass breakups in the season-opener against USC...received the team’s Alec Waterhouse Most Valuable Player Award...one of four team captains.

He is projected as a middle-round pick. The Miami Dolphins, Arizona Cardinals, Cleveland Browns, Kansas City Chiefs and Atlanta Falcons have expressed the most interest in drafting Edwards.

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Pick made at 1:22am MST Indianapolis (Mediator12) is now on the clock
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With the 220th pick in the 2013 NFL Draft the Indianapolis Colts Select:

Stansly Maponga OLB/DE TCU
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With the 221 pick JCM and the Chargers select

Dustin Hopkins, K Florida State.
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With their final pick in the OM Draft, the St. Louis Rams select:

Rex Burkhead, RB, Nebraska
5’10”, 214, 4.65, Bench: 21, Shuttle: 4.09, Cone: 6.85, Vertical: 39”



Comment: Good fit as a platoon back for the Rams. Given the competition in St. Louis, Burkhead might be able to move up if he can get that lower half beefed up.
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