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Old 03-10-2009, 01:20 PM   #76
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Packers Select, with the 9th pick in the 2nd round:

Chase Coffman, TE Missouri




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Old 03-10-2009, 10:44 PM   #77
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With the 42nd pick in the 2009 NFL Draft, the Buffalo Bills select:







Max Unger, C/G, Oregon


Pick made at 11:43 PM Mountain Time (March 10th)

Expat and the 49ers are on the clock.
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With the 43rd pick in the 2009 OM Mock Draft II, the San Francisco 49ers select:

QB Josh Freeman, Kansas State



Overview
The highly recruited high school quarterback had an up-and-down career at Kansas State, but felt he showed enough to put his hat into the NFL Draft a year early. Strong-armed and mobile, Freeman led the Wildcats to their last bowl game as a true freshman. As a sophomore and junior, he completed 61.2 percent of his passes with 38 touchdowns and 19 interceptions. He also ran for 404 yards and 14 scores as a junior. His father, Ron, played in the USFL and was his high school defensive coordinator. It will be a process developing Freeman, but some team may take a chance in the first two rounds based on potential. Had an arm span of 32 3/4 inches and a hand span of 10 inches at the combine.

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Passed for more than 7,000 yards as a prep at Grandview High School ... A four-star rated prospect by both Rivals.com and Scout.com ... The No. 4 pro-style rated quarterback in the country by Rivals ... Also ranked as the No. 92 overall prospect in the nation by Rivals and the top player in the state of Missouri ... A top 100 Dream Team selection by PrepStar and the magazine's No. 9 quarterback nationally ... A 2005 EA Sports Elite 11 participant and one of just six quarterbacks selected to play in the prestigious U.S. Army High School All-America game ... The No. 6 player in the Midlands region and No. 8 quarterback nationally by SuperPrep ... Led Grandview to a 7-4 record, a district title and a berth in the sectional round of the Missouri state playoffs as a senior ... Completed 151-of-286 passes (53 percent) for 2,622 yards and 33 touchdowns in 2005 ... Also rushed for five scores ... Earned first team Class 4 all-state honors from the Missouri Sportswriters and Sportscasters Association ... Selected to the Kansas City Star All-Metro team and was the 2005 Tony Simone Award winner as the top player in the Kansas City metro area ... Topped 2,400 yards through the air with 23 touchdowns as a junior ... Had 1,946 passing yards and 24 passing TDs as a sophomore, leading Grandview to a 9-3 record and a spot in the quarterfinals of the Class 4 playoffs ... Set 10 school records during his career at Grandview, including career passing yards (7,175), passing touchdowns (78), attempts (809), completions (385), yards passing in a game (403) and touchdowns in a game (6) ... Coached by Jason Godfrey.

Analysis Positives: Tall frame with a solid build. Arm strength allows him to make all of the NFL throws and attack the deep half. Stands tall, and will step up in the pocket, keep his eyes downfield and deliver the ball to secondary target. Good, not great, quickness on release. Keeps the ball low over the middle, away from defenders. Can be accurate on fades and corner routes, although he needs a bit more air under the ball. Good straight-ahead runner with long strides and deceptive speed, can shed arm tackles and uses his tall frame to get extra yards after contact. Dropped some weight for his senior year to improve his footwork and speed. Works under center and in the shotgun.

Negatives: Must improve his footwork. Height makes him take long strides in his drop. Fails to step into his throws or square his shoulders at times, relying on his arm strength too often. Inconsistent accuracy from the pocket and throwing on the run. Needs to anticipate downfield throws better, sometimes getting the ball to his receiver a second early or late. Makes poor decisions trying to make plays that aren't there, leading to turnovers. Doesn't feel back-side pressure. Lacks touch on shorter throws. Ball comes out of his hands poorly at times, negating his arm strength. Sometimes pats the ball before the throws. Loose with the ball in the pocket and as a runner. Doesn't move the pile as you'd expect in short-yardage situations, but his height allows him to be effective.


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Old 03-11-2009, 08:12 AM   #79
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With the 44th pick that the Dolphins conned out of Daniel Snyder, Miami is pleased to select.

Clint Sintim
Outside Linebacker Virginia



Overview

The Dolphins are happy to pick a player that wasn't already drafted and mysteriously missing from JCME's alpha list (cough)Britton(cough). Sintim's size and athleticism allows him to play either outside or inside. He is a team leader and plays with a high motor.

People will be rocking it in Miami when Sintim is taken, and then one night at a party, Clint will be found murdered in the bathroom. A women in a red mini skirt will scream and then the party will be broken up. Police will arrive and as they take evidence they'll notice a gunshot wound in the neck. David Caruso will walk in, look at him, put his sunglasses on and say:

"Looks like someone's handing out cheap shots, and I need to play commissioner."



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Old 03-11-2009, 02:15 PM   #80
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? DT Evander Hood, Missouri

pick was made at 3:14 texans are now on the clock
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With the 46th pick the Houston Texans select:

William Moore, S, Univ. of Missouri


Height: 6-01/8 | Weight: 221 | 40-Time: 4.53

Outstanding size with long arms...Muscular with great bulk...A great athlete...Tough and physical...A big hitter who strikes fear into the hearts of the opposition...Does a terrific job against the run...Has excellent range...Explosive with a burst to close...Decent hands and ball skills...Has shown the ability to make plays in coverage...Real versatile...Productive...Strong work ethic...A team leader and captain.

Weaknesses:
Durability is a concern...Questionable instincts...Can be slow to read and react...Misses too many tackles...Too aggressive at times...Lacks fluid hips...Speed is merely average...Will struggle to match up with wideouts in man coverage...Needs to face the action...Lets emotions gets the best of him ... Might be more effective if he lost a little weight.

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Was a two year starter for the Tigers...Began his college career as a cornerback...A 2nd Team All-American in 2007...Previously wore #21...Missed three games with a hamstring injury in 2005 and later required offseason surgery to place a screw in his broken foot...Underwent surgery to repair a torn labrum in his shoulder following the 2007 season...Was hindered by foot and rib injuries for most of his senior season...Was kept near the line a lot in 2008 and that was a big reason for the drop in his interception totals...Hybrid who has been used in a variety of different roles and has the ability to operate like a free safety, strong safety or corner...Impressive physical specimen who looked like a future Top 10 overall pick at one point...Stock dropped a bit as a senior but he still has a lot of potential.



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With (what should have been their third pick) the 47th pick in the OM II Draft, the New England Patriots select:



DJ Moore CB 5'10" () 182 Vanderbilt

Moore is one of the most versatile players in not only the SEC, but also the entire nation. In addition to being the defensive star for the surprising Vanderbilt Commodores, Moore also returns kicks and is sometimes used at receiver to maximize his rare assembly of skills. He is an athletic wonder at 5'10'' and 182 pounds (although height could be a minor issue on Sundays) while running under 4.4 in the 40-yard-dash. Moore is already off to a stellar start in 2008, shutting down his opponents' best receivers and leading the conference in punt returning. In other words, he is picking up right where he left off with his remarkable 2007 campaign as a sophomore. The cornerback led the SEC in interceptions with six and was among the SEC and national leaders in solo tackles (63), total tackles (83), and pass breakups (10). Moore is just a junior, but he already has plenty of experience. He played in every Vanderbilt game as a true freshman in 2006 and even started nine consecutive games at cornerback. Clearly ready to depart Nashville and take his talents to the next level, Moore could be a first-round selection in 2009. His stock is on the rise and there's no reason to think it won't climb higher at the NFL combine.

Pick made at 6:17 Broncos time. JCM and the Broncos on the clock.

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Old 03-11-2009, 10:01 PM   #83
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With the 48th pick in the NFL Draft, the Denver Broncos select:

Sean Smith, CB/S, Utah

2/25/09: When you're compared to NFL Hall of Famer Mel Blount, you know you're having a great combine. Mike Mayock made that comparison. Sean Smith's 40 may have pushed him into Round 1.

2/23/09: Actually measured in taller than expected; 6-4 is pretty impressive.

Smith is a skilled defensive back who possesses great size and playmaking ability. He has good straight-line speed and matches up well against tall, physical receivers. He doesnít possess a fluid backpedal, but transitions with receivers vertically, locates the ball and uses his athleticism to make a play. He has good awareness, but isnít a physical player who defends the run well. - Chris Steuber, Scout.com

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With the 49th pick in the NFL Draft, the Chicago Bears select

OT - Phil Loadholt - Oklahoma



6ft 8' - 337 pounds

Strengths: Mammoth frame and strength with a relatively low body fat considering his position ... Extremely long wingspan ... An absolutely powerful, tenacious run blocker ... Finishes the play and buries his opponent ... Very strong hands ... Gets a push at the line of scrimmage ... Has improved penalty rate since junior season ... Good stamina and plays just as hard in the fourth quarter as he does in the first quarter.

Weaknesses: Guaranteed to struggle with speed at the next level ... More of a waist bender and not a natural knee bender ... Must improve technique to gain more leverage against more powerful defensive ends ... Sluggish feet ... Does not have the hips to recover when beat on the edge ... Struggles with pass rushing double moves ... Not versatile at all; will be relegated to right tackle ... Not very much upside because he lacks the athletic ability to be a great pass protector ... Not going to fit every scheme.

Summary: Loadholt has the potential to be one of the elite run blockers in the league at right tackle, but that is all you can expect out of him. Not many teams are going to have him high on their depth chart because he might not fit their scheme and he provides zero versatility. To be blunt, he is more big than talented.

Player Comparison: Tony Pashos. Pashos' bread and butter is in the running game and he also struggles with speed at right tackle.

The Bears feel he will be a superb compliment to last years first round pick Chris Williams, giving the Bears their OT's for the next decade.

Loadholt will play RT and provide a big boost to the running attack and Matt Forte.

The Buccaneers are now on the clock.
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With the 50th pick in the 2009 NFL Mock Draft the Tampa Bay Buccanears select:




Name: Lawrence Sidbury
Position: DE
School: Richmond
Height: 6'4
Weight: 251


Overview
One of the finest DE prospects in the FCS. Ran much faster and was taller and heavier than listed at the NFL Combine. Also added a 4.43 short shuttle, a 10'0" broad jump and leaped 35" in the vertical.

Lawrence was fairly quiet in college before absolutely exploding onto the scene as a senior, piling up 13 sacks, including 3 in that national title game versus Montana. Also kept his stock rising with two fine post-season all-star game appearances.

Strengths
Explosive edge rusher who shows the lateral movement skills to convert to a 3-4 pass-rushing SAM, but could remain as a 4-3 end for some teams as well. Very strong. Quick and straight-line fast. Has a variety of moves and has gotten more diverse and mature in the use of them as his career has moved forward. Smart and mature. Coachable. Understands the game and studies tendencies.

Weaknesses
Not really smooth in pass drops and hasn't had to do it much. Better sacker than tackler. Can miss in space. Not as disciplined as you'd like him to be, but that can be coached up. Not yet an elite edge setter against the run.
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With the 51st pick in the Draft, the Dallas Cowboys are pleased to select:


Patrick Chung


5’11, 210 pounds | Strong safety | Oregon
Strengths: Great instincts for the position. Reads plays incredibly well. Seems like he’s always around the ball, especially against the run. Works through traffic nicely. Takes excellent angles toward the ball carrier. Chung does a great job breaking down and tackling in space. Can be an intimidating hitter over the middle in pass coverage. Moves well laterally, especially near the line of scrimmage against the run. Loves to play near the line to stop the run. Powerful hitter and a solid tackler. Very active near the line of scrimmage. Takes good angles outside. Closes on the ball quickly in the short area. Intelligent player. Called the audibles for Oregon’s secondary.
Weaknesses: Doesn’t have great deep or recovery speed when he gets beat. Solid athleticism for a safety. Above-average athlete, but a little stiff in the hips when he has to turn and run. Slightly undersized for a strong safety. Frame probably can’t carry much more weight. Average hands. Has dropped some interceptions.
Final word: Chung has been a starter since his redshirt freshman season and his instincts and intelligence shows as much. Has been an all-conference performer his entire career. Loves to play near the line of scrimmage against the run. Adept at pass coverage, but lacks some speed. A rover in college who could struggle at first adapting to a "pure" position in the NFL. Will contribute immediately on special teams. Relentless player. Fun to watch.
Round projection: 2

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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 and EddieMac - 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 - BFDD -- 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 Laurinitis, LB 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, 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) - BFDD - 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 - Schism - Phil Loadholt, OT - Oklahoma
50 2-18 Buccaneers - Northman - Lawrence Sidbury, DE - Richmond
51 2-19 Cowboys - Conklin - Patrick Chung, S, - Oregon
52 2-21 Jets - Req & Eddie Mac -
53 2-22 Eagles - Oskie -
54 2-23 Vikings - Jebures -
55 2-24 Falcons - Drek
56 2-25 Dolphins - Kaylore -
57 2-26 Ravens - Houshy -
58 2-27 Patriots - Rohirrim -
59 2-31 Panthers - GoWyo
60 2-29 Giants - BFDD
61 2-28 Colts - Dekers -
62 2-32 Titans - Lycan -
63 2-20 Cardinals - TheReverend -
64 2-30 Steelers - Skpac1001 -
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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 and EddieMac - 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 - BFDD -- 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 Laurinitis, LB 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, 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) - BFDD - 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 - Schism - Phil Loadholt, OT, Oklahoma
50 2-18 Buccaneers - Northman - Lawrence Sidbury, DE, Richmond
51 2-19 Cowboys - Conklin - Patrick Chung, S, Oregon
52 2-21 Jets - Req & Eddie Mac - 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 - BFDD - 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 - May select at any time
72 3-8 Jaguars - Arkie -
73 3-9 Packers - sirhcyennek -
74 3-10 49ers - Expatfan -
75 3-11 Bills - Rovolution -
76 3-12 Jets (Saints) - Req/Eddie Mac -
77 3-13 Texans - Hawk's Boys -
78 3-14 Chargers - brncs_fan -
79 3-15 Broncos - JCMElway
80 3-16 Redskins - random -
81 3-17 Buccaneers - Northman -
82 3-18 Lions (Cowboys) - Florida Bronco -
83 3-20 Packers (Jets) - sirhcyennek
84 3-21 Bears - Schism -
85 3-22 Eagles - Oskie -
86 3-23 Vikings - Jebures -
87 3-24 Dolphins - Kaylore -
88 3-25 Ravens - Houshy -
89 3-26 Patriots - Rohirrim -
90 3-27 Falcons - Drek -
91 3-28 Giants - BFDD -
92 3-31 Colts - Dekers -
93 3-30 Panthers - GoWyo -
94 3-32 Titans - Lycan -
95 3-19 Cardinals - TheRev -
96 3-29 Steelers - Skpac

Round 4

97 4-1 Cowboys (Lions) - Conklin
98 4-2 Chiefs - Broncobuff -
99 4-3 Rams - ALF -
100 4-4 Browns - Boss Man
101 4-5 Seahawks - Socalorado -
102 4-6 Bengals - Magichef -
103 4-7 Jaguars - Arkie -
104 4-8 Raiders - Rugbythug -
105 4-9 Packers - sirhcyennek -
106 4-10 Bills - Rovolution -
107 4-11 49ers - Expatfan -
108 4-12 Texans - Hawk's Boys -
109 4-13 Chargers - brncs_fan -
110 4-14 Broncos - JCMElway -
111 4-15 Jets (Redskins) - Worm -
112 4-16 Saints - Worm -
113 4-17 Cowboys - Conklin -
114 4-19 Saints (Jets) - Worm -
115 4-20 Bears - Schism -
116 4-21 Buccaneers - Northman -
117 4-22 Eagles - Oskie -
118 4-23 Vikings - Jebures -
119 4-24 Ravens - Houshy -
120 4-25 Patriots - Rohirrim -
121 4-26 Falcons - Drek -
122 4-27 Dolphins - Kaylore -
123 4-30 Colts - Dekers -
124 4-29 Panthers - GoWyo -
125 4-31 Giants - BFDD -
126 4-32 Titans - Lycan -
127 4-18 Cardinals - TheRev -
128 4-28 Steelers - Skpac -

Round 5

129 5-1 Lions - Florida Bronco -
130 5-2 Rams - ALF -
131 5-3 Chiefs - Broncobuff -
132 5-4 Broncos (Seahawks) - JCMElway -
133 5-5 Eagles (Browns) - Oskie -
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161 6-1 Lions
162 6-2 Chiefs
163 6-3 Rams
164 6-4 Browns
165 6-5 Seahawks
166 6-6 Bengals
167 6-7 Jaguars
168 6-8 Raiders
169 6-9 Packers
170 6-10 Bills
171 6-11 49ers
172 6-12 Broncos
173 6-13 Redskins
174 6-14 Packers (From Saints)
175 6-15 Texans
176 6-16 Chargers
177 6-17 Buccaneers (From Chicago)
178 6-18 Bears (From Buccaneers)
179 6-19 Lions (From Cowboys)
180 6-20 Jets
181 6-22 Eagles
182 6-23 Eagles (From Vikings)
183 6-24 Falcons
184 6-25 Cowboys (from Dolphins)
185 6-26 Ravens
186 6-27 Patriots
187 6-31 Panthers
188 6-29 Giants
189 6-28 Colts
190 6-32 Titans
191 6-21 Cardinals
192 6-30 Steelers

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193 7-1 Cowboys (From Lions)
194 7-2 Chiefs
195 7-3 Rams
196 7-4 Dolphins (From Cleveland)
197 7-5 Seahawks
198 7-6 Bengals
199 7-7 Buccaneers (From Jaguars)
200 7-8 Raiders
201 7-9 Packers
202 7-10 Bills
203 7-11 49ers
204 7-12 Texans
205 7-13 Chargers
206 7-14 Broncos
207 7-15 Vikings (From Redskins)
208 7-16 Saints
209 7-17 Steelers (From Buccaneers)
210 7-18 Cowboys
211 7-19 Jets
212 7-21 Bears
213 7-22 Eagles
214 7-23 Vikings
215 7-24 Dolphins
216 7-25 Ravens
217 7-26 Patriots
218 7-27 Broncos (From Falcons)
219 7-28 Colts
220 7-31 Dolphins (from Carolina)
221 7-30 Giants
222 7-32 Titans
223 7-20 Cardinals
224 7-29 Steelers

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With the 52nd pick in the 2009 OM II GM Mock Draft the New York Jets select

Donald Brown RB Connecticut

Overview
Brown doesn't have any special measurements that stand out to scouts, but it's hard to think of something he can't do. His early entry into the draft came after leading the nation with 2,083 rushing yards and scoring 18 touchdowns as a junior, including a huge 261-yard effort as the 2009 International Bowl MVP.



He was named an All-American and the Big East Offensive Player of the Year for his efforts. That total was more than the combined 1,717 yards in his first two seasons while working in a platoon system with the talented Andre Dixon (who suffered a 2008 preseason injury to open the door for Brown) in 2007 and taking over for star back Terry Caulley as a redshirt freshman.



The fact that others have enjoyed so much success under head coach Randy Edsall is one of the key questions scouts are seeking to answer. Brown's production, like Central Florida's Kevin Smith last year, is undeniable, but considering the success of past UConn backs -- and their subsequent lack of success in the NFL -- Brown will have his doubters on draft day. Had an arm span of 31 1/2 inches and a hand span of 9 inches at the combine.

Analysis
Positives: Compact build. Runs with a low center of gravity. Good speed to and through the hole. Best attributes might be his vision and stop-and-start ability. Shifty runner who can slide in and out of the hole at the point of attack and hit the seam before it really opens. Deceptively fast once he gets to the second level. Good balance to appear to lean one way to deceive the oncoming safety, only to bounce the other. At least adequate straight-line speed to gain yardage in chunks. Soft hands out of the backfield and an alert receiver. High effort player.



Negatives: A bit narrow in his shoulders and might lack the frame to add much weight. Might lack the bulk and leg drive to be a true bell-cow runner at the NFL level. Lacks elite speed to breakaway from NFL defenders. Marginal size and strength as a pass blocker. Struggles of past Connecticut backs to translate their collegiate success to the NFL will force some teams to pause on draft day, especially considering the role left tackle William Beatty -- himself a first-day prospect -- had on Brown's success.

Pick made at 5-40 MST, Oskie and the Eagles are OTC
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With the 53rd pick in the 2009 OrangeMane Mock Draft (Deux), the Philadelphia Eagles select (with great happiness and pride!)...


Michael Johnson, DE

For those that haven't been paying attention, Michael Johnson recently ran in the 4.5's at his pro day AND at least one scout had him in the 4.4s. Rare size/speed combo. His production is not what you would expect from a player with his athleticism, but his best football days are in front of him. Come draft day, I'm guessing he will be a top 20 pick. Teams will not pass up this athlete!

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Weight:
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Positives: Rare athleticism for the position, making a switch to outside linebacker possible at the next level. ... Lanky, athletic frame with the room for considerable growth. ... Gained upper- and lower-body strength in his senior year and flashed the ability to bull rush tackles into the backfield. ... Takes advantage of his long arms to keep pass blockers at a distance. ... Able to keep tackles off his knees to avoid the cut block. ... Locates the ball quickly and can re-direct his charge. ... Good lateral agility and balance. ... Good straight-line speed. ... Accelerates quickly and has legitimate closing ability. ... Flashes the ability to punch, rip off and back up tackles using his length and increasing strength. ... Able to drop quickly, handle coverage responsibilities in the flat and has the hands to break up or intercept balls thrown in his area. ... Reads the quarterback's eyes to get hands in passing lanes. ... Able to force fumbles using his length to get a hand on the ball.

Negatives: Is an unfinished product who needs to be more consistent in his technique and effort. ... May be relegated to a role as a pass-rush specialist at defensive end until he gains more strength. ... Too often relies on his speed to the outside to generate his pass rush, losing all gap responsibility. ... Inconsistent in his explosiveness off the ball and as a tackler. ... Has the speed and length to make life difficult for NFL tackles but must give more constant effort. ... Washed out when blockers (even smaller tight ends) get into his pads; his height is a detriment in those situations. ... Tends to stand around too much instead of chasing plays. ... Johnson has struggled with various injuries over his career.

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With the 55th pick in the 2009 NFL Draft the Atlanta Falcons select....

Brian Robiskie, WR, Ohio State University



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Height: 6'2.7"
Weight: 209 lbs.
40 dash: 4.46
20 dash: 2.62
10 dash: 1.53
bench: NA
vertical: 37.5'
broad jump: NA*
20 shuttle: 4.19
3 cone: 6.72
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The son of Falcons WR coach Terry Robiskie joins his father in the NFL, on an offensive unit that is poised to take a major leap forward in 2009.

While the Falcons would've been interested in some defensive help at this point, the value of Robiskie at this point is too much to pass up and is a big step towards making them an elite offensive team in the NFL for the duration of Matt Ryan's career.

Robiskie is a big, fast, physical WR with very reliable hands. His constant professionalism shows that he is a coach's son and he's a stand up character guy as well.

He could probably use to add some bulk, but he doesn't need to, and also gives the Falcons some leverage if contract difficulties arrive with White or Jenkins.

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With the 56th pick in the NFL draft, the Miami Dolphins are pleased to select

Offensive tackle from South Carolina
Jamon Meredith
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Jamon is a bear, a bruising lineman that plays with the bulk and strength of a guard, but has the feet of a left tackle. Meredith's intelligence and experience allowed him to play all along the offensive line for the Gamecocks. His versatility alone will probably have him drafted higher than I did here. Meredith shores up the other side of an offensive line that is markedly improved over last season. Meredith with have a signing bonus of thirteen tons of Alaskan salmon.

Jamon's only weakness is his last name: Meredith. Aside from it being a girl's name, and a somewhat antiquated one at that, it is the same name as "heavy girl" with freckles and red hair who had a crush on me in first grade. She sent her friends over to make me be her boyfriend. I flatly refused and when they asked why I said "because she's fat." The friend, her name was Tracy I think, insisted I "try and be her girl friend." I said no and left to go play punch ball (a game we made up with not really any rules) with my friends. This experience caused Jamon to slide on my draft board, and now that it's posted here, NFL scouts that read our forum like it's word of God will likely knock him down a grade as well. Nonetheless, full transparency is required here and so I must do what I must do.

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With the 57th pick in the 2009 NFL Draft, the Baltimore Ravens select:

Fili Moala, DT/DE

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Strengths: Nice height and solid build with room to gain bulk ... Long arms ... Holds up well against the run ... Strong football player and can disengage ... Decent pass rusher ... Has solid instincts and does a decent job of recognizing play action.

Weaknesses: Athleticism isn't there ... Stiff in the hips and doesn't have much balance or flexibility ... Motor is very inconsistent ... Size is good, but as of now it isn't anything to rave about (must gain more strength) ... Lacks explosion when the ball is snapped ... Production is simply average, especially considering he was on the same line of Lawrence Jackson and Sedrick Ellis ... Unimpressive overall skill set.

Summary: The most overrated player in the country. I can't believe he is in the top five of so many mock drafts right now (including No. 1 on Todd McFraud's) ... The hype is going on because of whom he plays for; not his individual skill ... Production isn't impressive when you consider the talent around him ... Needs to step up.

Player Comparison: Igor Olshansky. Can't play three-technique, but can be an adequate nose tackle in the 4-3; best fit is at five-technique in the 3-4 where he can plug the run going against offense tackles using his size to his advantage.
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Juaquin Iglesias WR 6' 205 Oklahoma

STRENGTHS
Juaquin reminds me a lot of Jericho Cotchery (WR Jets). He has good size and excellent quickness. His route running improves every game I watch him play. Juaquin has very good hands and is starting to understand situational football. He moves the chains and is a tough kid who will go over the middle to catch the ball. It looks like he is a very good teammate with an excellent work ethic because of his surprising improvement this year from game to game. This kid has talent. Some of it may be hidden at this point, but it is there.

NEEDS TO IMPROVE
Juaquin may remind me of Jericho, but he is not as far along in his WR development as Jericho was when he came out in the draft. That being said, if the kid improves as quickly as he has this year, he could very well turn into a #1 WR. Before that can happen, he will have to learn to deal with the bump and run, get stronger, run much better routes and learn to get deep. In the meantime, he should be a pretty good punt returner.

TALENT BOARD ROUND 2
Juaquin still has a lot to learn. He has to learn how to use his speed to get deep as well as run better routes than he does right now. He does a very good job getting open and understands how to help his QB out at critical times in a game. He also has great hands, but his best attribute is his quickness off the line and in and out of breaks. As soon as Juaquin learns the tricks of the trade, he will become one of the main cogs in a team's passing game. He should become a QB's best friend because he has excellent hands. Juaquin will learn how to get deep and when he does, he will become a very difficult WR to cover one on one. Teams will look at him on film and think they should be able to cover him one on one, but once they get on the field and the game starts, they will discover otherwise. Juaquin has the ability to become a #1 WR, but it will take some time. He still has a lot to learn, but I do like this kid's potential and he looks to have a very good work ethic.

Pick made at 0400 Broncos time. GoWyo and the Panthers are on the clock.

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With the 59th pick in the draft the Carolina Panthers finally join the party and select:

Ron Brace, DT, Boston College
6'3", 334 pounds



Strengths: Brace possesses the size of a two-gap plugger, but the quickness to of a one-gap tackle. He uses that size and quickness to stuff the run nicely. He has a powerful base and is hard to move around. Because of that, running backs have to adjust where they're going or run right into Brace. Strong against the double team. During the 2008 season, Brace would regularly take up two blockers so teammate B.J. Raji could burst into the backfield. Uses his power to collapse the interior of the pocket. Good agility, which allows him to slide down the line really well.

Weaknesses: Not especially productive. Had only 27 tackles as a senior, which is just over two a game. Really not a factor rushing the pass unless he can push a blocker back or gets an open lane. Some questions about his durability due to recurring back ailment in 2008. Pursuit and effort are lacking at times. Doesn't always fight hard to get through double teams. Inconsistent with his technique. Will get too upright at times negating his his strength.

Final word: Brace is a top run-stopping tackle who was often overshadowed by Raji. He may not be much of a pass rusher, but his ability against the run warrants such a high grade. A second-team All ACC member in 2008 and honorable mention in 2007. Has some versatility because he's a multi-technique tackle.


This pick was made at 8:28 am Mountain time, The Giants and BFDD are on the clock.
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with the 60th pick the NYG pick marcus freeman OLB, Ohio State



Pros: Very strong with a thick nfl ready body..Very tough and a punishing tackler..Good closing speed and has the ability to be a sideline to sideline player with above average speed..Average in coverage probably better in zone and has shown to be able to break up passes..Versatile line backer who could play any of the three spots in the 4-3..

Cons: At only 6'1 is viewed as a little bit undersized..Needs more work shedding blockers, gets engaged for to long a time..Tends to be stiff at times on the field and has shown problems with breaking down to tackle quicker players..

Pick was made at 10am MST, the colts are now on the clock
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