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Old 04-25-2013, 07:39 PM   #526
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3. Sharrif Floyd, DT, Florida, 6-2, 297. Showed plenty of star potential in his career with the Gators — most notably his Sugar Bowl effort against Louisville — but NFL coaches and scouts think there is far more to come. Explosive player who should be a Pro Bowl selection
11. Xavier Rhodes, CB, Florida State, 6-1, 210. Some have expressed concerns over Rhodes' ability to play off coverages in the NFL, but one of the first rules of the draft weekend is the big corners always move up when the picks get made. He started 38 games in his career with Seminoles and plays exactly the kind of up-in-your-grill man coverage many defensive coaches covet.
12. Bjoern Werner, DE, Florida State, 6-3, 266. Native of Germany (his parents still live there) is athletic enough that some teams have worked him out as a linebacker. He led the Atlantic Coast Conference this past season with 13 sacks to go with his 18 tackles for loss. Came into the draft after his junior season and has played football in the states since a two-year stint in high school as an exchange student.
16. Sylvester Williams, DT, North Carolina, 6-2, 313. He's a long way from the assembly line at Modine Manufacturing — they make parts for the radiators in trucks — which is exactly where he was following high school. But he gave football another shot and will soon be a first-round pick because of it. Had 13.5 tackles for loss this past season to go with six sacks.
18. Cordarrelle Patterson, WR, Tennessee, 6-2, 216. If you constructed an NFL wide receiver, he might just look like Patterson. But with just one year of major college football and some concerns from scouts about his maturity and work ethic, he is also a risk-reward pick. But when he's on, he plays with speed, explosiveness and is a quality returner. He averaged 48.2 yards per kickoff return in his one year at Hutchinson Community College to go with a kickoff return for a touchdown with the Vols this past season.
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.
25. Datone Jones, DE, UCLA, 6-4, 283. Played in a 3-4 look with the Bruins, but both 3-4 and 4-3 teams around the league have interest in Jones, who had 17.5 tackles for loss this past season. Has the strength-speed combination to work on the outside and bump down into a defensive tackle spot in some specialty packages.
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.

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Old 04-25-2013, 07:39 PM   #527
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Old 04-25-2013, 07:39 PM   #528
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Old 04-25-2013, 07:39 PM   #529
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Rumor had the Falcons trading up for Werner.
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Old 04-25-2013, 07:39 PM   #530
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Falcons are gonna draft Werner?
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Old 04-25-2013, 07:40 PM   #531
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There's no value left for anyone to trade up for OL so I wonder will teams look to those late picks in the first to get in front of the Jags for Smith or Nassib
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Old 04-25-2013, 07:41 PM   #532
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Old 04-25-2013, 07:41 PM   #533
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Desmond Trufant to Atlanta....probably my favorite corner in the draft.
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Old 04-25-2013, 07:41 PM   #536
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ATL gonna take one of the CB's. Yep, Trufant.
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3. Sharrif Floyd, DT, Florida, 6-2, 297. Showed plenty of star potential in his career with the Gators most notably his Sugar Bowl effort against Louisville but NFL coaches and scouts think there is far more to come. Explosive player who should be a Pro Bowl selection
11. Xavier Rhodes, CB, Florida State, 6-1, 210. Some have expressed concerns over Rhodes' ability to play off coverages in the NFL, but one of the first rules of the draft weekend is the big corners always move up when the picks get made. He started 38 games in his career with Seminoles and plays exactly the kind of up-in-your-grill man coverage many defensive coaches covet.
12. Bjoern Werner, DE, Florida State, 6-3, 266. Native of Germany (his parents still live there) is athletic enough that some teams have worked him out as a linebacker. He led the Atlantic Coast Conference this past season with 13 sacks to go with his 18 tackles for loss. Came into the draft after his junior season and has played football in the states since a two-year stint in high school as an exchange student.
15. Desmond Trufant GONE, CB, Washington, 5-11, 190. Some may not have him this high, but he plays the way secondary coaches want NFL cornerbacks to play. Can match up in man coverage and with 4.38 speed can run with virtually any receiver he faces. Also has to the ball skills and awareness to play off and fit into a team's zone coverages. A 50-game starter for the Huskies.
16. Sylvester Williams, DT, North Carolina, 6-2, 313. He's a long way from the assembly line at Modine Manufacturing they make parts for the radiators in trucks which is exactly where he was following high school. But he gave football another shot and will soon be a first-round pick because of it. Had 13.5 tackles for loss this past season to go with six sacks.
18. Cordarrelle Patterson, WR, Tennessee, 6-2, 216. If you constructed an NFL wide receiver, he might just look like Patterson. But with just one year of major college football and some concerns from scouts about his maturity and work ethic, he is also a risk-reward pick. But when he's on, he plays with speed, explosiveness and is a quality returner. He averaged 48.2 yards per kickoff return in his one year at Hutchinson Community College to go with a kickoff return for a touchdown with the Vols this past season.
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.
25. Datone Jones, DE, UCLA, 6-4, 283. Played in a 3-4 look with the Bruins, but both 3-4 and 4-3 teams around the league have interest in Jones, who had 17.5 tackles for loss this past season. Has the strength-speed combination to work on the outside and bump down into a defensive tackle spot in some specialty packages.
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.
Also, Ogletree too right?
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There's no value left for anyone to trade up for OL so I wonder will teams look to those late picks in the first to get in front of the Jags for Smith or Nassib
PFT made a good point on the fact that the 1st round offers 5 year contracts vs the 4 year of the 2nd round. Especially for locking up someone as critical as a QB, it might be worth it to throw away a late pick to slip inside the 1st just to get that extra year at the predetermined amount.
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seriously gruden enough about "honey badger" he has a real name, and quit creating drama with ... tebow, honey badger, teo.
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Old 04-25-2013, 07:43 PM   #544
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wtf Cincy. so stupid.
I disagree. He is going to be a top 5 TE and perennial pro bowler. He just made the Bengal offense the best in that division.
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Wow....Gruden saying Matheiu in the first....are you smoking the same stuff as him
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He is ranked #47 on this list, I only went to #34.
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Mock would love him some Manti ... SO they need to take him so we don't lol.
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