|04-22-2005, 07:06 PM||#1|
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Join Date: Oct 2003
My first and final Broncos mock draft
Finally, I came up with some players I think will help the Broncos improve.
2(56) Brodney Pool FS 6-1, 207 Oklahoma
Very sharp breaking-down plays and does a good job of calling adjustments in the secondary. Disguises well and is smart enough to make quick reads and diagnose the play. Has a good nose for the ball and takes good angles to close on the receiver. Times his leaps properly to deflect the pass, but also looks natural extending for the ball in attempts to intercept.
3(76) Corey Webster CB 6-0, 204 L.S.U.
Fluid and sudden open-field runner with the quickness to change direction. Has a quick burst to close and shows excellent ball reaction, timing his leaps to get to the ball in flight (16 interceptions, 51 pass deflections). Very disruptive with his hands, keeping a tight relationship with receivers throughout their routes.
3(97) Elton Brown OG 6-5, 329 Virginia
Effective at picking up stunts and inside moves. Does a very good job of controlling the gaps in the passing game. His natural strength is very effective in his hand punch and he does a very nice job of anchoring down and sitting back vs. the bull rush. Superb trap blocker who keeps his head on a swivel looking for secondary targets to hit. Has the balance to recover and his lower body strength and base prevent defenders from pushing him backwards.
3(101) Todd Herremans OT 6-6, 321 Saginaw Valley
A towering offensive tackle with a large wingspan very effective in staving off the outside pass rush. Uses his size well to gain position and could possibly be an effective guard because of his ability to pull and hit a moving target. Good worker in the weight room and can take hard coaching. Understands blocking assignments well and can make quick adjustments to the defensive schemes.
6(200) Ryan Fitzpatrick QB 6-2, 237 Harvard
Fitzpatrick is a well-built athlete with a muscular upper body, quick feet and very good field vision. He possesses good leadership poise and smarts for the position, a student of the game who is a quick thinker and communicator on the field. He will not hesitate to throw an aggressive block on the reverse and runs strong on several effective QB draws near the end zone. Fitzpatrick shows good touch on his throws, but needs to protect the ball better, as he is prone to fumbling it when on the run (leaves the ball too exposed). Still, he is the type of player who can create things with his feet when his targets fail to get open.
7(239) Matt Payne P 6-4, 235 BYU
Has very good leg strength. Can also kickoff.
Last edited by Arkie; 04-22-2005 at 08:09 PM..
|04-22-2005, 07:08 PM||#3|
Billy=Semi Tough Big Guy
Join Date: Jan 2004
Location: between 5,000 and 10,000 feet elevation
Much better and realistic than most that have been posted.
|04-22-2005, 07:44 PM||#5|
Ring of Famer
Join Date: Feb 2004
Location: Somewhere in Jersey
I give you an A- and good job, but I think Brown will be off the board late in the third round. I see him going in the second round.
|04-22-2005, 07:56 PM||#6|
Ireland's No1 Bronco
Join Date: Dec 2002
Would be a great draft, although 70% of the mocks I've seen have Pool going 1st rd and some have had Webster late in the 1st!!
|04-22-2005, 11:13 PM||#7|
Tatum Bell-the real deal
Join Date: Apr 2005
i like about half of your picks
i pray that pool is still available but i doubt he will be...bullocks would be good too though.
elton brown...dont think he will last that long, although a great pick.
i want mcpherson with one of our thirds
webster is too damn slow...we dont need someone who is going to get burned on straight routes, not cut needed.
i want to see us take perkins out of oklahoma, that takes care of our CB need and our KR need...basically giving us an extra selection
i think we will take a reciever sometime in the first day...dont know where though.
just some more ideas for you, although i would not be too upset with this draft at all.