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Old 04-07-2009, 06:02 PM   #226
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With pick 144, the Jags select...

Demetrius Byrd WR LSU
6'0", 199

Byrd signed with LSU as one of the elite JUCO prospects in the country. He led the team with seven touchdown receptions in his first season, six of which came against elite SEC competition. But Byrd's senior season was a bit disappointing, as he failed to step up in the primary receiver role (37 receptions for 499 yards and four touchdowns). His value appears to be as a complementary receiver at the next level. Had an arm span of 33 3/8 inches and a hand span of 9 inches at the combine.
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Old 04-07-2009, 09:49 PM   #227
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Packers select, with Pick 145 of the draft, RB Ian Johnson, RB Boise State.
(5'11, 205 4.56 40)

Vision, excellent instincts, good footwork, sets up blocks well. Good inside runner, absorbs hits and demonstrates good balance, catches the ball well and shows good after the catch ability.

Does not have track speed. More quick than fast. Little bit of an injury risk.

Why the Packers take him:
Productive back with more positives than negatives. Has natural skills and should excell in Greenbays ZBS.

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Old 04-07-2009, 10:19 PM   #228
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With pick 5-146 in the OM Mock Draft II, the San Francisco 49ers select:

WR Austin Collie, BYU


Collie's early entry into the draft surprised many at first, but it's understandable considering his age (23) DOB 11/11/85, to go along with fine routes and reliable hands. Obviously, his success as a junior had a major impact on his decision. He earned first-team All-Mountain West honors in 2008 with 106 catches for 1,453 yards and 15 touchdowns. This highly-recruited California prep started off his career in style (53-771-8) in 2004. He then served his two-year LCS mission in Argentina before returning in second-team All-Mountain West form as a sophomore (56-946-7).
His father, Scott, played for BYU and then in the CFL, while his brother, Zac, also played receiver for the Cougars.

Positives: Legitimate NFL build. Muscled up athlete. Faster on the field than his rather pedestrian 40-yard dash time would indicate. Good initial quickness off the snap. Good hand usage and lateral quickness to gain a quick release against press coverage. Sharp, savvy route-runner. Varies his speeds and can sink his hips to generate separation. Good burst laterally. Works his way back to the ball if he sees his quarterback in trouble. Soft hands. Snatches the ball out of the air and is quick to put it away. Can track over either shoulder. Good elusiveness to make the first defender miss and strength to run through arm tackles. Good vision and will cut it back inside. May lack elite deep speed, but good early acceleration. Averaged 26.5 yards per kick return from 2007-08.

Negatives: Questionable deep speed to challenge over the top. Will be older than most NFL rookies (24) due to his LDS mission. Questionable level of competition. Statistics inflated due to BYU's scheme and defenses keying on TE Dennis Pitta.

2008 Season
A 2008 All-American, being named to the CBS First Team, Associated Press Second Team, Sporting News Second Team, Second Team and Second Team … named to the All-MWC First Team … named a Biletnikoff Award finalist … Academic All-MWC … led the nation in receiving yards per game with 118.31 and total yards receiving with 1,538 … was third in the nation in receptions per game at 8.15 and total catches with 106 fourth in the nation in touchdown catches with 15 recorded his first touchdown reception of the season in BYU's 28-27 win over Washington … scored two touchdowns in each of three games against UCLA, Wyoming and Utah State … . totaled a new career-high 155 receiving yards against New Mexico, receiving MWC Offensive Player of the Week honors … tied NCAA single-season record with 11 consecutive 100 yard receiving games against UCLA, Wyoming, Utah State, New Mexico, TCU, UNLV, CSU, SDSU, Air Force, Utah and Arizona … 11 consecutive games also set a MWC and BYU record … returned the opening kickoff against UNLV for a career-long 75 yards … caught all three touchdown receptions in the first half against CSU.

2007 Season
Earned 2007 Academic All-Mountain West Conference honors … earned letterman honors as a sophomore … earned second team All-Mountain West conference honors as a sophomore and earned honorable mention All-MWC honors as a kick returner … led the roster with 56 receptions for 946 yards, averaging nearly 73 yards per game … totaled a season-high 126 yards receiving in the Cougars' 17-10 win over Utah, including a 49 yard reception that set up the go-ahead touchdown … credited with six games of over 100 yards receiving … produced four straight 100-yard receiving games, including 11 yards against CSU, 109 yards against TCU, 102 yards agaisnt Wyoming, 126 yards against Utah and 107 yards against UCLA in the Pioneer Las Vegas Bowl … was named the 2007 Pioneer Las Vegas Bowl MVP … led the Mountain West Conference with seven touchdown receptions on the season … named the MWC Offensive Player of the Week after racking up a record 366 all-purpose yards against Tulsa, including 237 return yards against the Golden Hurricane … broke Pete Van Vulkenburg's 35-year old record with 366 all-purpose yards against Tulsa … set the MWC single-game record for all-purpose yards (against Tulsa) … averaged 25.8 yards per kick return.

2006 Season
Served a church mission in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

2005 Season
Served a church mission in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

2004 Season
Named a Second Team All-American by The Sporting News … named Mountain West Conference Freshman of the Year … named Honorable Mention All-MWC … holds the BYU freshman record for touchdown receptions (eight) and receiving yards (771) … the national freshman statistical leader (4.8 receptions per game) … led BYU in receptions (53) and touchdowns (eight) … second on team with 771 receiving yards … caught three passes for 54 yards including a 42-yard touchdown grab in collegiate debut against Notre Dame … led the Cougars with eight catches for 49 yards against Stanford … caught four passes for 36 yards against top-ranked USC … caught five passes for 94 yards including a 57-yard touchdown reception in game against No. 21 Boise State … had a 40-yard touchdown reception against Colorado State … posted a career high with 10 receptions for 70 yards against UNLV … had three catches for 74 yards including a 40-yard touchdown reception from running back Curtis Brown against Wyoming … collected six catches for 82 yards and a touchdown in victory over Air Force … had three catches for 92 yards and two touchdowns against San Diego State including a career-best, 82-yard touchdown reception in the fourth quarter … led the Cougars with four receptions for 83 yards against New Mexico … pulled in three catches for 74 yards and a touchdown against No. 5 Utah.

High School
Earned a 4.0 grade-point average … a PrepStar and SuperPrep All-American … named the Sacramento Bee's Most Valuable Player … voted Northern California's Most Valuable Player … an all-metro selection … a fist-team all-section and all-state selection … a top 5 nominee for the 2003 California Mr. Football award … recorded 60 receptions for 978 yards as a senior … credited with 24 touchdowns, including 18 touchdown receptions in his final season at Oak Ridge HS … totaled 56 receptions for 857 yards and 10 touchdowns as a junior … posted 1,654 all-purpose yards (973 yards receiving, 368 yards rushing and 313 return yards) as a senior … credited with 196 points … defensively totaled 53 tackles, including 26 solo takedowns … credited with two interceptions … ranked fifth among receivers in the West by PrepStar magazine.

Father played football at BYU from 1979-1982 and in the CLF (Hamilton Tigercats) … brother, Zac, played receiver for the Cougars … parents are Scott and Nicole Collie … an Eagle Scout … recruited by Stanford, Arizona, Arizona State, Washington State, Oregon State, Colorado, Utah and UNLV.

Pick made at:
8:25 a.m. UTC +4 (Abu Dhabi)
12:25 a.m. North American Eastern Time Zone
11:25 p.m. North American Central Time Zone
10:25 p.m. Mountain Time Zone
9:25 p.m. Pacific Time Zone
8:25 p.m. Alaska Standard Time

The Buffalo Bills (and Rovolution) are now on the clock.
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Old 04-08-2009, 08:42 PM   #229
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Old 04-09-2009, 10:14 AM   #230
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It looks like the draft has stalled a bit. Well, I'll start us back on the right track. With pick #149 the Denver Broncos select:

Ray Feinga, G, BYU
Height: 6-4. Weight: 337.
Projected 40 Time: 5.23.
Benchx225: 30. Arm: 33 1/2.
Projected Round (2009): 4-5.

Outstanding size and bulk...Really strong and powerful...Has a violent initial punch...Gets a great push in the run game...Stout at the point of attack...Uses his hands well...Decent mobility...Tough...Experienced.

02/15/09 - PRO POTENTIAL: OG Ray Feinga -- The 335-pounder has shown a unique ability to move laterally, making him an appealing prospect. BYU felt comfortable using him most of the time in 1-on-1 situations.
01/14/09 - East-West Shrine Tuesday practice: Feinga has pounded DT Jarron Gilbert, along with others, resulting in some back-and-forth there. He's been strong as expected in one-on-one pass protection drills, but also shown nimble feet to move his man laterally and seal the edge as a run blocker. - Chad Reuter, The SportsXchange, NFL Draft Scout

Denver starts the McDaniels era with linemen that are bigger but can still move with some agility. I'd love to hear Kaylore's take on this guy!

Randomtask is on the clock at 11:15 CST

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Old 04-09-2009, 01:59 PM   #231
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With the 147th pick, the Buffalo Bills select...

DeAndre Levy, OLB, Wisconsin

Pick made at 2:00 PM MST

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Old 04-09-2009, 05:38 PM   #232
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With the 148th pick in the draft the Chargers selest:

Garrett Reynolds, OT, UNC
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Old 04-09-2009, 07:26 PM   #233
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The Washington Redskins select WR Jarrett Dillard, Rice

Positives: Productive receiver with long arms and adequate size. Very reliable hands, snatching the ball away from his body. Can free himself off press coverage using his hands and quick movements on the line. Excellent route-runner as he stays low in his cuts, sells the jerk route well and does not round off out-cuts. Good vision and a naturally elusive runner with the ball in his hands. Lulls defenders to sleep off the line, then takes off down the seam. Adjusts to throws to his outside shoulder.

Dillard may not have the deep speed of a Darius Heyward-Bey, but he possesses the quickness, hands, and route-running ability needed to be a very successful slot reciever in Jim Zorn's West Coast Offense.

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Old 04-09-2009, 07:58 PM   #234
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With the 151st pick of the draft, the Giants Select: Derek Pegues repeat-y scroll 0% 0%; -moz-background-clip: -moz-initial; -moz-background-origin: -moz-initial; -moz-background-inline-policy: -moz-initial;">Derek Pegues
Height: 5-95/8 | Weight: 199 | 40-Time: 4.66

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Excellent athleticism...Quick and plays fast...Excellent range...Very active and aggressive...Good hands and ball skills...Elusive with good vision...Terrific feet...Excellent instincts...Versatile...Decent football IQ...Has a knack for making the big play...Can contribute as a return man...A lot of experience against top competition...Quality bloodlines.

Is not very big...Speed is merely average...Not a great tackler...Needs to get stronger...Not very tough or physical...Poor effort in run support...Takes bad angles...Bit of a 'tweener who may not have a true position...Has run into trouble off-the-field and character is a concern.

Last name is pronounced "puh-GEESE"...Was a three-year starter in the SEC...Cousin, Dwayne Rudd, played football at the University of Alabama and in the NFL...Was considered to be one of the Top 50 recruits in the entire nation coming out of high school...Pled guilty to the misdemeanor assault of an off-duty police officer in 2006...Was arrested for having a suspended driver’s license and an open container of alcohol in May of 2008...Owns the SEC and Bulldog records for kickoff returns (112) and kickoff return yardage (2,484)...Played cornerback in 2005 and 2006 then moved to free safety and could project to either position in the pros...A playmaker in the secondary who was easily the Bulldogs best player the past couple years...Should at least be able to make a roster as a backup / return specialist...Needs to keep his head on straight but has the talent to play at the next level.

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Old 04-10-2009, 08:46 AM   #235
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The Houston Texans select:

Henry Melton, DE, Univ. of Texas

Height: 6-31/2 | Weight: 269 | 40-Time: 4.75

Extremely athletic...Pretty good speed and quickness...Explosive with a burst...Great balance and agility...Does a terrific job in pursuit and closes fast...Good strength...Great special teamer...Has a lot of upside.

Inexperienced...Marginal instincts and awareness...Still has a long way to go when it comes to technique...Not an elite pass rusher...Does not always use proper leverage...Aggressiveness?...Some character issues.

Was a Top 100 recruit coming out of high school according to Rivals...Uncle, Ray Crockett, played 14 years in the NFL with Detroit, Denver & Kansas City and was a captain for the Broncos back-to-back Super Bowl teams...Began his college career as a running back and carried the ball 132 times for 625 yards (4.7 avg.) and 16 touchdowns in 2005 and 2006...Moved to defensive end in 2007 and took over a starting job in 2008...Served a three game suspension in 2007 after he was arrested and charged with driving while intoxicated...Was overshadowed by Brian Orakpo but is a fine pro prospect in his own right...Isn't a finished product but improved by leaps and bounds as a senior and has all of the physical tools that you look for...Underrated.

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Old 04-10-2009, 10:21 AM   #236
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The Eagles Select, Donald Washington | CB Ohio St.

Cornerback | Junior | Ohio St. Donald Washington
Height: 6-01/4 | Weight: 197 | 40-Time: 4.53

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Extremely athletic...Has prototypical size and bulk...Explosive with a burst...Good speed and acceleration...An outstanding leaper...Terrific tackler...Solid instincts and awareness...Competitive...Displayed some playmaking ability...Still has a ton of upside...Great program pedigree.

Inconsistent...Not super tough or physical...Raw footwork...Has some trouble getting off blocks...Just average in run support...Motor runs hot and cold...Wasn't very productive...Has some character concerns.

Redshirted in 2005...Took over a starting job and more than held his own opposite Malcolm Jenkins in 2006 and 2007...Was suspended for a violation of team rules and lost his starting job in 2008...Wasn't necessarily expected to be an early entry candidate but clashes with the coaching staff played a big role in that decision...Exploded onto the scene at the 2009 Scouting Combine when he recorded a 45-inch Vertical and an 11'3" Broad Jump, both of which were better than anyone else in attendance...Two-time state long jump champion as a prep...Workout Warrior with all of the physical tools you look for but doesn't always play up to them...Will likely be selected earlier than his film would indicate based on that amazing performance in Indy...Has the potential to start if he can keep his head on straight..Boom or Bust.

Recognition Skills/Toughness 3 Shows above-average awareness and reads quarterback's eyes when asked to drop into zone coverage. Shows adequate upper body strength, gets adequate hand placement and flashes the ability to reroute receivers at the line of scrimmage if he wants to. Is competitive but not physically tough. He does not challenge WR's enough and he will shy away from contact at times. Rarely bites on play action but also appears to play pass before run on every down.

Closing Burst 2 Shows adequate-to-good recovery speed when the ball is in the air. Displays good burst out of his pedal.

Fluidity 2 Very fluid and athletic, especially for his size. Opens hips well enough to turn and run with receivers after pressing them at the line. Footwork is inconsistent, though. Tends to turn shoulders prematurely and gets spun around far too much.

Ball Skills 4 Doesn't always turn head in time to locate the ball and isn't much of a playmaker in coverage.

Run Support 2 Is a reliable tackler in space. Flashes ability to shed blocks but takes too long to disengage more times than not. Does not play as physically as size indicates. Effort is a bit inconsistent and doesn't always fill hard when reads run.

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With the 154th overall pick in the draft, the Chicago Bears proudly select Sammie Stroughter, Wide Receiver from Oregon St.

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Old 04-11-2009, 11:44 AM   #238
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With 5-156 the Dallas Cowboys select

Frantz Joseph ILB Florida Atlantic

Active and intense three-year starter among national leaders in solo (84) and total tackles (154) as a senior, when he earned first-team All-Sun Belt honors for the second straight year (posted 131 tackles in '07). His 13 tackles in the 2008 Motor City Bowl against Central Michigan helped set up a swift rise up NFL draft boards. Coaches say he spends a lot of time studying opponents, and the habit shows through on gameday. Redshirted at Boston College in 2004, sat out 2005 transferring home to help his financially struggling mother

Positives: Very physical at the line, throws his body into the hole. ... Gets very low in his ready stance. ... Will not win any track events, but seems to get to every play with good football speed. ... Attacks the line with great ferocity. ... Runs through the ballcarrier on tackles -- behind the line or after hustling to the sideline on quick screens. ... Swarms to the ball downfield, plays through the whistle. ... Possesses one of the most ferocious punches in the country; slams the pads of linemen when attacking the run. ... Can also slip through traffic to hit a back in the hole. ... Rarely gets knocked to the ground on cut blocks. ... Uses his hands to get off blocks near the line and at the second level from full-grown guards. ... Should be a fine special teams player due to his aggressiveness and sure tackling.

Negatives: A two-down player. ... Only adequate size and muscle development for an inside linebacker. ... Lacks great lateral speed to corral quick backs and receivers. ... Little coverage ability, although he can level a receiver coming into his zone. ... Not very fast in his drop and comes out of his stance too early, but he still manages to cover enough ground to stop middle routes short of the first down.

Dallas Cowboys picks

51 Patrick Chung, S, Oregon
69 Louis Murphy, WR, Florida
101 Sherrod Martin, CB/S Troy
117 Sammie Lee Hill, NT, Stillman
156 Frantz Joseph, ILB, Florida Atlantic

Selection made at 1-45pm ET, Oskie and the Eagles are OTC.
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The Eagles Select WR Mike Wallace, Ole Miss

6'1 200# 4.33 speed (has been clocked in 4.19 before!)

The long TD pass that Pat White threw at the Sr. Bowl was to Mike Wallace. "I just throw the ball out there and let him go get it with that speed", Pat White said after the play.
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Default with the Vikings 5th round pick....

they select DT Vance Walker from Georgia Tech

Vance Walker
Height: 6-17/8 | Weight: 304 | 40-Time: 5.35

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A good athlete...Terrific speed and quickness with a burst...Great instincts and awareness...Strong and gets a good push...Active with good range...Nice balance...Understands leverage...Shows the ability to penetrate and make plays behind the line...Does a good job of shedding blocks...Tough...Plays with a nasty demeanor...Productive.

Average size and bulk...Pass rush repertoire is limited and isn't a sack artist...Doesn't use his hands real well...Not overly stout at the point of attack...Struggles in space...Needs to be more physical...Not an ideal fit for every team...Can get manhandled by massive offensive linemen.

Was a two-year starter...Named 1st Team All-ACC in 2007 and 2008...Was a finalist for the Bednarik Award in 2008...Was bothered by an ankle injury as a senior...Played on a very talented defensive line with fellow 2009 NFL Draft prospects Michael Johnson and Darryl Richard as well as a rising star in Derrick Morgan...A very solid, workmanlike player who does everything well but nothing really great.

Career Statistics
2005 9 15 3.0 1.0
2006 14 17 1.0 0.5
2007 13 45 14.0 8.5
2008 11 33 8.5 3.0
Totals 47 110 26.5 13.0
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Round 1

1 1-1 Lions - Florida Bronco -- Matthew Stafford, QB Georgia
2 1-2 Rams - A.L.F -- Jason Smith, OT, Baylor
3 1-3 Chiefs - BroncoBuff -- Aaron Curry, LB, Wake Forest
4 1-4 Seahawks - SoCalorado -- Mark Sanchez, QB, USC
5 1-5 Browns - Boss Man -- Everette Brown, LB, FSU
6 1-6 Bengals - MagicHef -- Eugene Monroe, OT, Virginia
7 1-7 Raiders - Rugybythug -- Michael Crabtree, WR, Texas Tech
8 1-8 Jaguars - Arkie -- BJ Raji, NT, Boston College
9 1-9 Packers - sirhcyennek81 -- Brian Cushing, LB, USC
10 1-10 49ers - ExPatFan -- Malcolm Jenkins, DB, OSU
11 1-11 Bills - rovolution -- Brian Orakpo, DE, Texas
12 1-12 Broncos - JCMElway -- Tyson Jackson, DE, LSU
13 1-13 Redskins - randomtask -- Michael Oher, OT, Ole Miss
14 1-14 Saints - Worm - Knowshon Moreno, RB, Georgia
15 1-15 Texans - Hawk's boys - Andre Smith, OT, Alabama
16 1-16 Chargers - brncs_fan - Rey Maualuga, LB, USC
17 1-17 Jets - Requiem - Jeremy Maclin, WR, Mizzou
18 1-18 Bears - Schism - Larry English, DE, N Illinois
19 1-19 Buccaneers - Northman - Hakeem Nicks, WR, UNC
20 1-20 Lions (Cowboys) - Florida Bronco - Eben Britton, OT, Arizona
21 1-22 Eagles - Oskie!! - Chris Wells, RB, Ohio State
22 1-23 Vikings - jebures - Vontae Davis, CB, Illinois
23 1-24 Patriots - Rohirrim - Clay Matthews, LB, USC
24 1-25 Falcons - Drek - Brandon Pettigrew, TE, Oklahoma State
25 1-26 Dolphins - Kaylore - Percy Harvin, WR, Florida
26 1-27 Ravens - Houshyamama -- Darius Butler, CB, UConn
27 1-29 Colts - dekers -- Peria Jerry, DT, Ole Miss
28 1-28 Eagles (Panthers) - Oskie!! - Alphonso Smith, CB, Wake Forest
29 1-30 Giants - Ludo -- Kenny Britt, WR, Rutgers
30 1-32 Titans - Lycan -- Darrius Heyward-Bey, WR, Maryland
31 1-21 Cardinals - TheReverend - Alex Mack, C, Cal
32 1-31 Steelers - skpac1001 - Jarron Gilbert, DE, San Jose State

Round 2

33 2-1 Lions - Fl Bronco - James Laurinaitis, MLB, Ohio State
34 2-2 Chiefs - Broncobuff - Robert Ayers, DE/OLB, Tennessee
35 2-3 Rams - ALF - Louis Delmas, S, Western Michigan
36 2-4 Browns - Boss Man - LeSean McCoy, RB , Pitt
37 2-5 Seahawks - Socalorado - David Bruton, FS, Notre Dame
38 2-6 Bengals - Magichef - Connor Barwin, LB, Cincinnati
39 2-7 Jaguars - Arkie - William Beatty, OT, Connecticut
40 2-8 Raiders - Rugbythug - Aaron Maybin, DE, Penn State
41 2-9 Packers - sirhcyennek81 - Chase Coffman, TE, Mizzou
42 2-10 Bills - Rovolution - Max Unger, C/G, Oregon
43 2-11 49ers - Expatfan - Josh Freeman, QB, Kansas State
44 2-12 Dolphins (Redskins) - Kaylore - Clint Sintim, LB, Virginia
45 2-13 Giants (Saints) - Ludo - Evander Hood, DT, Mizzou
46 2-14 Texans - Hawk's Boys - William Moore, S, Mizzou
47 2-15 Patriots (Chargers) - Rohirrim - DJ Moore, CB, Vandy
48 2-16 Broncos - JCMElway - Sean Smith, CB/S, Utah
49 2-17 Bears - Killericon - Phil Loadholt, OT, Oklahoma
50 2-18 Buccaneers - Northman - Lawrence Sidbury, DE, Richmond
51 2-19 Cowboys - Eddie Mac - Patrick Chung, S, Oregon
52 2-21 Jets - Req - Donald brown, RB, Connecticut
53 2-22 Eagles - Oskie - Michael Johnson, DE, Georgia Tech
54 2-23 Vikings - Jebures - Jared Cook, TE, South Carolina
55 2-24 Falcons - Drek - Brian Robiske, WR, Ohio State
56 2-25 Dolphins - Kaylore - Jamon Meredith, OT, South Carolina
57 2-26 Ravens - Houshy - Fili Moala, DT/DE, USC
58 2-27 Patriots - Rohirrim - Juaquin Iglesias, WR, Oklahoma
59 2-31 Panthers - GoWyo - Ron Brace, DT, Boston College
60 2-29 Giants - Ludo - Marcus Freeman, OLB, Ohio State
61 2-28 Colts - Dekers - Myron Pryor, DT, Kentucky
62 2-32 Titans - Lycan - Jarius Byrd, CB, Oregon
63 2-20 Cardinals - TheReverend - Paul Kruger, DE, Utah
64 2-30 Steelers - Skpac1001 - Coye Francies, CB, San Jose State

Round 3

65 3-1 Lions - Florida Bronco - Rashad Johnson, S, Alabama
66 3-2 Rams - ALF - Duke Robinson, G, Oklahoma
67 3-3 Chiefs - Broncobuff - Shonn Green, RB, Iowa
68 3-4 Seahawks - Socalorado - Jeremiah Johnson, RB, Oregon
69 3-5 Cowboys (Browns) - Conklin - Louis Murphy, WR, Florida
70 3-6 Bengals - Magichef - Rashad Jennings, RB, Liberty
71 3-7 Raiders - Rugbythug - Eric Wood, C, Louisville
72 3-8 Jaguars - Arkie -Chip Vaughn SS Wake Forest
73 3-9 Packers - sirhcyennek - Mitch King, DE Iowa
74 3-10 49ers - Expatfan - Patrick White, ATH, West Virginia
75 3-11 Bills - Rovolution - James Casey, TE, Rice University
76 3-12 Jets (Saints) - Req/Eddie Mac - Michael Hamlin, S, Clemson
77 3-13 Texans - Hawk's Boys - James Davis, RB, Clemson Univ
78 3-14 Chargers - brncs_fan - Craig Urbik, OG, Wisconsin
79 3-15 Broncos - JCMElway - Gerald McRath, LB, Southern Miss
80 3-16 Redskins - randomtask - Stryker Sulak, DE, Missouri
81 3-17 Buccaneers - Northman - Cedric Peerman, RB, Virgina
82 3-18 Lions (Cowboys) - Flor Bronco - Cody Brown, DE/OLB, UConn
83 3-20 Packers (Jets) - sirhcyennek - Dorrell Scott, DT, Clemson
84 3-21 Bears - Killericon - Javon Ringer, RB, Michigan State.
85 3-22 Eagles - Oskie - Shawn Nelson, TE, So. Miss
86 3-23 Vikings - Jebures - Tony Kropog, OT, Tulane
87 3-24 Dolphins - Kaylore - Victor "macho" Harris, CB, Va tech
88 3-25 Ravens - Houshy - Antoine Caldwell, C, Alabama
89 3-26 Patriots - Rohirrim - Scott McKillop LB, Pittsburgh
90 3-27 Falcons - Drek - Sen'Derrick Marks, DT, Auburn
91 3-28 Giants - Ludo - Danell Ellerbee, ILB, Georgia
92 3-31 Colts - Dekers - Marko Mitchell, WR, Nevada
93 3-30 Panthers - GoWyo - Ramses Barden, WR, Cal-Poly
94 3-32 Titans - Lycan -Chris Baker, DT, Hampton
95 3-19 Cardinals - TheRev - Ricky Jean-Francois, DT, LSU
96 3-29 Steelers - Skpac - Fenuki Topou, OL, Oregon
3 (33-97) New England - Rohirrim - Andy Levitre, OL, Oregon St
3 (34-98) Cincinnati - Magichef - Darry Beckwith, ILB, LSU
3 (35-99) Chicago - killericon - Brandon Gibson, WR, Washington State!
3 (36-100) NY Giants - Ludo - Asher Allen, CB Georgia

Round 4

101 * Dallas - Eddie Mac- Sherrod Martin, DB, Troy
102 Kansas City - Broncobuff - Mike Mickens, CB, Cincinnati
103 St Louis - ALF - Jason Phillips, LB, TCU
104 Cleveland - Boss man - Cornelius Ingram TE Florida
105 Seattle - Socalorado - Roy Miller, DE, Texas
106 Cincinnati - Magichef - Alex Magee, DT, Purdue
107 Jacksonville - Arkie - Jonathan Luigs C Arkansas
108 * Miami - Kaylore - Andre Brown, RB, NC State
109 Green Bay - Sirhycyennek - Jason Watkins, OT, Florida
110 Buffalo - Rovolution - Tyronne Green, G, Auburn
111 San Francisco - Expatfan - Gerald Cadogan, OT, Penn State
112 Houston - Hawk's boys - Mohamed Massaquoi, WR, Georgia
113 San Diego - brncs fan - Kyle Moore, DE, USC
114 Denver - JCMElway -- Jasper Brinkley, LB, South Carolina
115 * NY Jets - Requiem - Keenan Lewis, CB,Oregon St.
116 New Orleans - Worm - Kevin Barnes, CB Maryland
117 Dallas - Eddie Mac - Sammie Lee Hill, NT, Stillman
118 * New Orleans - Worm - Zack Follett, LB, California
119 Chicago - Killericon - Trevor Canfield, G, Cincinnati.
120 Tampa Bay - Northman - Daniel Holtzclaw, Eastern Michigan LB
121 Philadelphia - Oskie - Jason Williams, LB, Western Illinois
122 * Houston - Hawk's Boys - Tyrone McKenzie, OLB, South Florida
123 Baltimore - Bobhorry5 - Kaluka Maiava, LB, USC
124 New England - Rohirrim - Nic Harris, LB/S, Oklahoma
125 Atlanta - Drek - Courtney Green, S, Rutgers
126 * Oakland - Rugbythug - Terrance Taylor, DT, Michigan
127 Indianapolis - Dekers - TJ Lang, OL, Eastern Michigan
128 Carolina - Gowyo - Rhett Bomar, QB, Sam Houston
129 NY Giants - Ludo - Xavier Fulton OT, Illinois
130 Tennessee - Lycan - Matt Shaughnessy, DE, Wisconsin
131 Arizona - theRev - Johnathan Casillas, LB, Wisconsin
132 Pittsburgh - Skpac - Louis Vasquez, OL, Texas Tech
133 C San Diego - Brncs Fan - Javarris Williams, RB, Tenn. St
134 C San Diego - Brncs Fan - Curtis Taylor, S, LSU
135 C Tennessee - Lycan - Worrell Williams, ILB, Califiornia
136 C Indianapolis - Dekers - Chris Clemons , SS, Clemson

Round 5

137 * Seattle - Socalorado - Andrew Hartline, OT Central Michigan
138 St Louis - ALF - Derrick Williams, WR, Penn State
139 Kansas City - Broncobuff - Travis Beckum, TE, Wisconsin
140 * Denver - JCMElway - Terrance Knighton, NT, Temple
141 * Philadelphia - Oskie - Bradley Fletcher, , DB, Iowa
142 Cincinnati - Magichef - Mike Thomas, WR, Arizona
143 * Atlanta - Drek - Herman Johnson, OL, LSU
144 Jacksonville - Arkie - Demetrius Byrd WR LSU
145 Green Bay - sirhcyennek - Ian Johnson, RB, Boise State
146 San Francisco - Expatfan - Austin Collie, WR, BYU
147 Buffalo - Rovolution - DeAndre Levy, OLB, Wisconsin
148 San Diego - brncs fan - Garrett Reynolds, OT, UNC
149 Denver - JCMElway - Ray Feinga, G, BYU
150 Washington - randomtask - Jarrett Dillard, WR, Rice
151 * NY Giants - ludo - Derek Pegues, CB, Mississippi St
152 Houston - Hawk's Boys - Henry Melton, DE, Univ. of Texas
153 * Philadelphia - Oskie - Donald Washington, CB, Ohio State
154 Chicago - Killericon - Sammie Stroughter, WR, Oregon St
155 Tampa Bay - Northman - Need replacement
156 Dallas - Eddie Mac - Frantz Joseph, ILB, Florida Atlantic
157 Philadelphia - Oskie - Mike Wallace, WR, Ole Miss
158 Minnesota - Jebures - Vance Walker, DT, Georgia Tech
159 * Philadelphia - Oskie - Sebastian Vollmer, OT, Houston
160 Atlanta - Drek - Kory Sheets, RB, Purdue
161 Miami - Kaylore - Mike Goodson, RB, Texas A&M
162 Baltimore - BobHorry5 - Johnny Knox, WR, Abilene Christian
163 Carolina - Gowyo - Darcel McBath, FS, Texas Tech
164 NY Giants - Ludo - Richard Quinn, TE, UNC
165 Indianapolis - dekers - Nick Redd, ILB, Oregon
166 * Dallas - Eddie Mac - Brandon Tate, WR, UNC
167 Arizona - theRev - AQ Shipley, C, Penn State
168 Pittsburgh - Skpac - Quinn Johnson, FB, Texas
169 C Pittsburgh - Skpac - Rulan Davis, DE, California
170 C New England - Rohirrim - Lee Robinson, LB, Alcorn State
171 C San Francisco - Expatfan - David Veikune, DE / OLB, Hawaii
172 C Dallas - Eddie Mac - Stephen McGee, QB, Texas A&M
173 C Tennessee - Lycan - Edwin Williams, C, Maryland

Round 6

174 Detroit - Florida Bronco - Jason McCourty, CB, Rutgers
175 Kansas City - Broncobuff - Brandon Gibson, WR, Washington State
176 St Louis - ALF - Will Davis, DE, Illinois
177 Cleveland - Boss man - Aaron Kelly, WR, Clemson
178 Seattle - Socalorado - Jake Visser, DT, Ferris State.
179 Cincinnati - Magichef - Pannel Egboh, DE, Stanford
180 Jacksonville - Arkie - Quan Cosby, WR, Texas
181 * Miami - kaylore - Morgan Trent, CB, Michigan
182 Green Bay - sirhcyennek - On the clock
183 Buffalo - Rovolution -
184 San Francisco - Expatfan -
185 Denver - JCMElway -
186 washington - randomtask -
187 * Green Bay - sirhcyennek -
188 Houston - Hawk's Boys -
189 San Diego - brncs fan -
190 * Tampa Bay - Northman -
191 * Chicago - Killericon -
192 * Detroit - Florida Bronco -
193 NY Jets - Requiem -
194 Philadelphia - Oskie -
195 * Philadelphia - Oskie -
196 Atlanta - Drek -
197 * Dallas - Eddie Mac -
198 Baltimore - BobHorry5 -
199 New England - Rohirrim -
200 NY Giants - Ludo -
201 Indianapolis - dekers -
202 Carolina - Gowyo -
203 Tennessee - Lycan -
204 Arizona - theRev -
205 Pittsburgh - Skpac -
206 C Tennessee - Lycan -
207 C New England - Rohirrim -
208 C Dallas - Eddie Mac -
209 C Cincinnati - Magichef -

Round 7

210 * Dallas - Eddie Mac -
211 St Louis - ALF -
212 Kansas City - Broncobuff -
213 Seattle - Socalorado -
214 * Miami - Kaylore -
215 Cincinnati - Magichef -
216 Oakland - Rugbythug -
217 * Tampa Bay - Northman -
218 Green Bay - sirhcyennek -
219 San Francisco - Expatfan -
220 Buffalo - Rovolution -
221 * Minnesota - Jebures -
222 New Orleans - Worm -
223 Houston - Hawk's Boys -
224 San Diego - brncs fan -
225 Denver - JCMElway -
226 * Pittsburgh - Skpac -
227 Dallas - Eddie Mac -
228 NY Jets - Requiem -
229 * Tampa Bay - Northman -
230 Philadelphia - Oskie -
231 Minnesota - Jebures -
232 * Jacksonville - Arkie -
233 * Tampa Bay - Northman -
234 New England - Rohirrim -
235 * Denver - JCMElway -
236 Indianapolis - dekers -
237 * Miami - Kaylore -
238 NY Giants - Ludo -
239 Tennessee - Lycan -
240 Arizona - theRev -
241 Pittsburgh - Skpac -
242 C Tennessee - Lycan -
243 C Washington - randomtask -
244 C San Francisco - Expatfan -
245 C Seattle - Socalorado -
246 C Chicago - Killericon -
247 C Seattle - Socalorado -
248 C Seattle - Socalorado -
249 C Cincinnati - Magichef -
250 C Jacksonville - Arkie -
251 C Chicago - Killericon -
252 C Cincinnati - Magichef -
253 C Jacksonville - Arkie -
254 C Arizona - theRev -
255 C DetroitFlorida Bronco -
256 C Kansas City - Broncobuff -

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Old 04-12-2009, 10:33 PM   #242
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Oskie's time is up. Drek is on the clock.
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Oskie contacted me and told me to pick for him but failed to mention the player so we will continue with Drek.
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The Eagles select:
Sebastian Vollmer, OT Houston

One name to keep in mind is OL Sebastian Vollmer (6-7 1/2, 312 pounds), who came to the Cougars from Dusseldorf, Germany. He was a European high school all-star who took a redshirt year in 2004 and missed the entire 2006 season because of a back injury. With his athletic ability and long arms, Vollmer is a guy who is worth targeting in the sixth or seventh round of the draft. He’s a player who could be a starter and a solid player for years to come or a guy who could play for two years and never be heard from again.

Vollmer turned in times of 5.13 and 5.16 seconds in the 40-yard dash and also had a 36 1/2-inch vertical and a 9-foot, 3-inch broad jump. He had a 4.50 short shuttle and a 7.51 three-cone drill, and he did 32 repetitions of 225 pounds on the bench press.
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The Atlanta Falcons select:
Kory Sheets, RB, Purdue

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Fast, quick and agile...Terrific acceleration with a burst...Patient with nice vision and instincts...Elusive and has some wiggle...Tough and runs hard...Excellent hands and a good receiver...Can contribute as a return man...Real competitive...A lot of experience...Very productive.

Average size and bulk...Isn't very strong or powerful...Won't break a lot of tackles...Not a great blocker...Product of a spread offense...Poor work ethic...Durability's a big concern...Maturity has been questioned.

Redshirted in 2004...Split carries with Jerod Void and Jaycen Taylor in 2005, 2006 and 2007 but finally got an opportunity to carry the load as a senior and made the most of it...Owns the Boilermakers record for career touchdowns...Has dealt with a number of injuries during his career...Mouth has got him into trouble on more than one occasion and he publically complained about his role in '08...Profiles as a backup and special teamer in the pros but could excel in that role
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Dolphins select running back Mike Goodson from Texas A&M.

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the bal t more ravens select wr johnny knox from abilene christian
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Height: 5114
Weight: 185
40 Yrd Dash: 4.29
20 Yrd Dash: 2.53
10 Yrd Dash: 1.47
225 Lb. Bench Reps:
Vertical Jump: 35
Broad Jump: 10'02"
20 Yrd Shuttle: 4.15
3-Cone Drill: 6.81
Positives: Adequate height with wiry upper body strength and good muscle definition in his arms. Not your typical slight small-school receiver. Good initial quickness off the snap to get into his route. Reliable hands; snatches the ball and adjusts to poor throws. Gets up to high-point and secure the catch. Sinks his hips and displays quick feet going into and out of routes. Has good vision and is elusive running in the open field. Works hard to block downfield, and will sustain and even dominate against smaller corners. Experienced as a punt returner.
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With pick #163 the Carolina Panthers are pleased to find such an outstanding value still on the board at the end of the fifth round and are proud to select:

Darcel McBath, FS, Texas Tech, 6'0", 198


Strengths: Centerfielder with the build of a strong safety and good upper-body development. ... Comes downhill in a hurry, diagnosing the run and attacking receivers over the middle. ... Solid last line of defense and secure tackler in space. ... Reads the quarterback's eyes and has the speed to jump routes. ... Good hands for the interception. ... Finds his way through trash to the ballcarrier when near the line. ... Became a more vocal leader as a senior, and has always tried to lead by example. ... Directs the defense from the deep secondary. ... Contributes on special teams and should do so in the NFL due to his size and speed.

Weaknesses: Only adequate height for a free safety and might have to move down into the box. ... Better when the play is in front of him and lacks the lateral quickness and recovery speed to stay with quick tight ends or receivers in space. ... Must improve his hand usage to get off the blocks of bigger wide receivers. ... Slow in run-pass recognition. ... Not a dominant hitter. - from

Pick made at 8:15 pm MST Ludo and the Giants are on the clock.

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With the 164th pick the Giants Select: Richard Quinn, TE North Carolina

Terrific size and bulk...Strong and powerful...Outstanding blocker...Is stout at the point of attack...Gets a good push in the run game...Able to fit in space...Understands leverage, positioning and angles...Adequate hands...Uses his frame well as a receiver...Real tough...A hard worker.

Lacks great timed speed...Doesn't get much separation...Not a vertical threat who will stretch the field...Isn't very elusive...Won't do much after the catch...Is raw as a route runner...Extreme lack of production.

Worked as a backup and special teamer as a true freshman...Missed the entire 2006 season with a broken shoulder blade...Took over a starting job in 2007 and 2008...Was hampered by a broken knuckle as a senior but played through it...Had another year of college eligibility available but he had already graduated and opted to go pro...Was not utilized much in the passing game, although the Tar Heels had three future pros at wideout...Profiles as a prototypical #2 tight end and a blocking specialist at the next level but should really excel in that role.

The Colts (dekers) are on the clock.

Pick was made at 11:25pm CST
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with pick 165 the colt pick :
ilb Nick Reed
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