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Old 04-12-2010, 09:17 AM   #251
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With the 233rd pick, the Cardinals select Rashawn Jackson, FB, Virginia.

I was looking at a specific corner here, but I'm entirely too critical on DBs and could only come up with cons instead of pros (plays too tall, turns ****ty, tackles like a woman, etc) so why not go with a versatile guy that can bust some heads and catch balls to create lanes for Beanie and Hightower?
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Old 04-12-2010, 09:30 AM   #252
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With the 234th pick in the 2010 Orange Mane Mock Draft, the Dallas Cowboys select: JAY ROSS, DT, EAST CAROLINA

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COMBINE:
6'3"
313 lbs.
5.11 40 time
30 reps bench

STRENGTHS:
Ross has the size you look for at the defensive tackle spot. Shows impressive natural strength when playing the run. Displays the instincts to find the football. Plays with high effort. Is an experienced player who was highly productive in college.

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Ross must improve his pass-rush package to play on third down at the next level. Needs to watch his pad level to become more consistent against the run. Doesn't have the range to make plays outside the box. Is somewhat of a one-dimensional prospect. Change-of-direction in space needs work.

04/02/2010 - PRO DAY RESULTS: A pair of Pirates defensive linemen are quickly moving up draft boards. The best indication of defensive tackles Linval Joseph and Jay Ross rising stature may be that 10 defensive line coaches were among the 31 team representatives in attendance at East Carolina's pro day on March 25. Bengals defensive line coach Jay Hayes ran the drills, and Joseph and Ross also worked out for the Eagles individually on Wednesday. The pro day, which took place outdoors on grass in slightly windy conditions, featured five notable prospects. Ross (6-2 7/8, 302) ran the 40 in 4.99 seconds with the wind, 5.16 seconds against the wind, had an 8-1 broad jump, a 4.56 short shuttle, a 7.67 three-cone drill and was outstanding in drills. - Gil Brandt, NFL.com

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Old 04-12-2010, 04:26 PM   #253
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Sean Canfield, QB, Oregon State

Pick was made at 6:26pm CST
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The Newyork Jets Select

Chris DeGeare, OG, Wake Forest

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The Minnesota Vikings select

Dexter Davis, OLB, Arizona State

Pick made at 12:56 CST.
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With the 238th pick, The Indianapolis Colts Select:

David Gettis KR/WR, Baylor

Pick Made at 7:55 am eastern time.
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With the 240th pick, the Indianapolis Colts select:

Adrian Tracy OLB/DE William & Mary

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With the 241st pick, chickennob2 and the Tennessee Titans select Brian Jackson, CB, Oklahoma.

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With the 35th selection in round 7 (242 overall), the Pittsburgh Steelers select:

OT Ramon Harewood, Morehouse



Height: 6' 6"
Weight: 358 pounds
Arm span: 35.5 inches
Hand span: 10.75 inches
40 time: 5.27 seconds
Vertical Jump: 24"
Broad Jump: 9' 03" inches


At 6-feet-6-1/2 and 358 pounds, Ramon Harewood may have been the biggest engineering student ever to attend the University of the West Indies. These days, Harewood is an offensive lineman awaiting the NFL's April 22-24 draft. The native of Barbados, an island nation of about 260,000 people, has played organized football only three years - all at Morehouse College, where he majored in applied physics and engineering. A few years ago, Harewood hadn't given football so much as a thought after spending much of his youth playing rugby, cricket, soccer and volleyball. Some colleges in Great Britain expressed interest in him coming to play rugby across the pond. Harewood decided to attend the University of the West Indies on his way to becoming an engineer. But an Atlanta track coach, Michael Grant, had attended a college fair where he spotted Harewood as a high school senior. Grant, who also had been a college football assistant coach, and Harewood exchanged pleasantries and contact information. Grant later became an assistant coach at Morehouse. When Harewood had a change of heart after a semester as a student in the Caribbean, he connected with Grant at Morehouse and enrolled at the Atlanta school during the spring of 2006. Harewood played for Morehouse the last three seasons. He is a project, but even at his immense size he ran the 40-yard dash in 5.27 seconds on a Decatur, Ga., high school field during his pro-day workout. And he has the footwork of a former soccer player. - Jeff Legwold, The Denver Post

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The Philadelphia Eagles and GoWYO are now on the clock for 2, count 'em, TWO selections....
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With pick #243 the Philadelphia Eagles select:

Kevin Haslam, OT, Rutgers, 6'5", 304



Pass blocking: Strong punch, will extend his arms to knock end off his move. Generally sets quickly, takes a good angle on his kick slide and mirrors his man well. Faster pass rushers will cause him to reach or cross his feet. Though he owns a fair anchor, he'll catch defenders more often than he attacks them. Comes up too high out of stance and lacks superior leg strength; will get bull rushed into the pocket by NFL defensive ends.

Run blocking: Gives good effort for the run. Once into his man, will anchor and keep feet moving to sustain the block. Able to push man back a couple of yards off the line of scrimmage when drive blocking. Can come off his down-block to reach another defender.

Pulling/trapping: When trapping, he's not very quick getting into the hole and gets tripped up or lost in the trash. Also struggles to get a hand on linebackers not coming directly at him, allowing penetration.

Initial Quickness: Adequate getting off the snap, but can take him some time to get his hands up into his man's numbers. Athletic enough to improve in this area with coaching.

Downfield: Good mobility to second level; knows the angle he must take to open the hole inside. Able to negate linebackers and safeties with his length and effort, but doesn't get to his target (or adjust to oncoming defenders) often enough because of a lack of flexibility.

Intangibles: Hard-working player who gives good effort. No major character issues.
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With the 244th pick the Philadelphia Eagles select:

Mitch Unrein, DE, Wyoming, 6'4", 276



Biography: Unrein is a competitive college prospect who could be used in a conventional system or as a two-gap end at the next level. He lacks the measurables to be anything other than a backup but possesses all the intangibles to make an NFL roster.

Positives: "Hard-working defensive lineman who makes a lot of plays with hustle. Bends his knees, quickly changes direction, and gets after the action. Fluid moving laterally, plays with good balance, and actively uses his hands to protect himself. Fast off the edge, rarely off his feet, and plays with good balance."

Negatives: Must improve his overall body strength. Lacks bulk and struggles against large blockers. Average speed in pursuit.

Analysis: Three-year starter who finished his senior season with 41/6/4 after 54/1.5/2.5 as a junior.


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Pick made at 8:40 am MST

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Old 04-13-2010, 08:08 AM   #263
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Brandon Deaderick, DE
Height: 6-4 | Weight: 314 | College: Alabama


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Terrance Cody received much of the credit for Alabama's dominant defensive line play, but Deaderick's performance (36 tackles, 5.5 tackles for loss, four sacks) was a major factor in Alabama's re-emergence as a national title contender in 2008. As such, he was expected to be a major contributor in 2009.

Before the start of the season, Deaderick was shot by a would-be car thief on August 31, 2009. The injury and improved play of backup Marcell Dareus limited Deaderick early in the season, contributing to less than scintillating statistics throughout the Tide's ride to the BCS National Championship.

Deaderick produced 23 tackles, 4.5 tackles for loss and one sack while playing in 14 games (including 10 starts) as a senior. His career totals of 83 tackles, 13 tackles for loss and seven sacks over 31 starts is less than some defensive linemen posted last season alone.

Despite only marginal production, scouts are intrigued by Deaderick's size and versatility. The classic two-gap defender projects as a fit as a 4-3 tackle or 3-4 defensive end. If he can convince teams his off-field concerns are past him, his experience and ability to play multiple positions could result in a mid-round selection.

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Pass rush: At least moderate initial quickness, but lacks the acceleration to pressure the tackle's outside shoulder. Good use of leverage and strength for the bull rush. Effective swim move. Has to be more consistent getting his hands up in passing lanes. Doesn't protect his knees from the cut-block.

Run defense: His greatest strength. Very good size and strength to hold up to the run. Good use of leverage to anchor. Locates the ball and has powerful hands to stack the offensive tackle and shed the block to make the play in the hole. Only moderate lateral quickness and balance, but good effort to slide down the line in pursuit. Disciplined defender, works hard to keep contain.

Explosion: Inconsistent, but flashes enough initial quickness off the snap to disrupt the timing of the play. Good upper-body strength to rock the tackle back.

Strength: His most impressive trait. Powerful defender. Can control the blocker at the line of scrimmage, shed and make the play in the hole. Good leg drive as a bull-rusher and to anchor.

Tackling: Only moderate lateral agility to break down and make the tackle against quicker athletes. Good strength for the drag-down tackle. Hustles laterally, but has only phone booth quickness and struggles makes few tackles outside of the box.

Intangibles: Immature early in his career, but according to coaches, developed into a leader as a senior. Was arrested on July 14, 2007 and charged with giving a false name to police, resisting arrest, and criminal mischief (for cracking the window inside a patrol car with his head). Was shot in 2009 by a would-be car thief. Deaderick confronted the thief and was shot once. The bullet went through his arm, through his hip and out of an area near his groin. Showing his toughness, Deaderick suited up and played against Virginia Tech less than five days later. Received the team's Up-Front Award for the outstanding lineman in 2008. Won the Billy Neighbors Defensive Lineman Award during spring practice in 2009.



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And the Chiefs last pick,

Nate Byham, TE, Pitt


When you’re done listening to Pittsburgh Panthers TE Nate Byham you will want to go hit somebody with some pads on. The intensity oozes through the radio as he talks about his passion to not only play football but to hit some body on the field. With a terrific Pro Day along with an invitation to the Scouting Combine Byham is on the road to the NFL

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With the 246th pick, The Indianapolis Colts select:

Joshua Moore, CB, Kansas State

Pick was made @ 3:31 pm Eastern.

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With the 247th pick of the OM 2010 NFL Draft.

The New England Patriots select

Jonathan Crompton QB Tennessee


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Accuracy: Made significant improvements in this area as a senior, but remains highly inconsistent. Threw accurately to all levels at times as a senior, but struggled mightily with accuracy throughout his early career, including as a junior. Good timing and accuracy to hit the receiver in stride on the slant, dig and deep crossing routes. Good touch to place the ball between the linebacker and safety down the seam or on wheel routes. Good touch and accuracy for the dump-off routes to the back, allowing them to make the catch easily and head upfield.

Arm Strength: Strong arm. Can make every NFL throw without extending his windup. Puts enough zip on his underneath throws to fit through the tight winds of an NFL defense, including placing the deep out from the opposite hash. Good trajectory on the deep ball. Ball comes down at an angle that is easy to track and catch, but doesn't hang in the air. If he struggles in the NFL, it won't be due to a lack of arm strength.

Setup/Release: Efficient drop back from center and set up. Sells the play-action. Throws with good balance and steps into his passes. Compact windup and a quick release doesn't allow defenders much time to react. The ball comes out of his hand quickly and with good trajectory. Tight spirals that are easy for his receivers to track and catch.

Reading Defense: At least some of the improvement he showed as a senior came with limiting the number of reads he was asked to make. Has developed a great deal in terms of poise and reading defenses, but still locks on to his primary target early in the route. Rarely looks off the safety. Too often trusts his arm-strength and accuracy and throws the ball into coverage. Became more willing to throw the ball away as the year went on. Good poise in the pocket. Willing to step up in the pocket and take the hit to complete the throw.

On the Move: Among his most impressive traits. Good balance on the rollout. Keeps his eyes downfield and has the arm strength and accuracy to attack in the short and intermediate levels. Squares his shoulders and fires the ball with good trajectory and accuracy. Will occasionally throw back across his body, but has enough zip to fit balls in tight windows. Not a true threat as a scrambler, but can buy time and escape the pocket when necessary. Good size and strength for the quarterback sneak.

Intangibles (On/off field leadership, competitive fire, work habits, off-field issues, intelligence, ability to play through pain)

Pick made at 4-25PM ET, I'm OTC again.
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The New England Patriots select

Barry Church SS Toledo


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Read & React: Among his better areas. Reads the play and is efficient in closing to the line of scrimmage against the run or playing back in coverage. Toledo coaching staff moved up closer to the line of scrimmage because of his rare instincts.

Man Coverage: An area of concern. Too stiff in the hips and too slow to drop down to cover slot receivers in the NFL. Lacks the range to cover sideline to sideline as a free safety. Good use of hands to re-route the tight end and has better quickness than you'd expect because of his instincts.

Zone Coverage: An effective zone coverage defender due to his good diagnostic skills and effective but to close. Heady defender that keeps his eyes on the quarterback. Has a sense of the action around him. Good burst to close on underneath routes. A reliable open-field tackler.

Closing/Recovery: Doesn't possess great straight-line speed to recover or the agility to turn and run with NFL-caliber receivers, but makes up for it with instincts and a sudden burst to close. Competes for the ball, showing better timing and long arms than true explosiveness in his vertical. Though he has nine career interceptions, is inconsistent in catching passes. Dropped too many interceptions.

Run Support: Among his best assets. Has good size and valuable experience playing at the line of scrimmage. Whether lining up deep or near the line, is comfortable sorting through trash. Protects his legs well from the cut block and isn't afraid to get mixed up with tight ends and even offensive linemen. Tracks the ball well and takes good angles in pursuit. Reliable open-field tackler that can bring the wood as a hitter.

Tackling: Doesn't possess the speed most teams want in their last line of defense, but ranks among the position's better, more secure open-field tacklers. Keeps eyes up and remains balanced when making contact with the ballcarrier, driving through with his hips to consistently stop the offensive player in his tracks. Isn't a truly explosive hitter, but generates good momentum and has the size and strength to make impressive, physical stops.

Intangibles: Good student who is well-liked by fans, coaches and players alike. Directs the team on the field and showed great durability by starting every game for four years.


Pick made at 4-25PM ET, sirhcyennek81 and Carolina are OTC.
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With the 249th pick in the 2010 NFL Draft, The Carolina Panthers select:

WR Chris Carter, UC Davis





Pick made at 4:37 pm
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The New England Patriots select the last but by no means least of their 16 draft picks

Andrew Quarless TE Penn State


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Release: Lines up at H-back and on the line; best getting into routes when standing up because he struggles to get off linebackers. Good speed getting into his route if not checked at the line.

Hands: Inconsistent hands, making one-handed catches look easy but dropping catchable balls over the past couple of seasons. Excellent leaping ability to high-point passes. Allows balls into his frame too often instead of snatching the ball with his hands.

Route running: Has improved the quickness of his routes, sinking his hips and getting to the sideline more quickly. Sells out-and-up route well, setting up defenders and getting down the sideline in a hurry. Threatens the seam; will get extra attention from linebackers and safeties down the middle.

After the catch: Fluid runner after the catch. Not really elusive, but has enough shiftiness to freeze and then move past defender when heading inside-out. Lacks elite acceleration to separate, but long strides and length allow him to get yards down the field.

Blocking: Greatly improved in this area during his career. Doesn't get a lot of pop but holds up well against SAM linebackers on the edge to give running backs an inside lane. Also anchors against defensive ends. Goes to second level and negates inside linebackers. Finds targets when in motion; able to latch on and move his feet to sustain. Stronger players can get under his pads and knock him off his feet in space, but he does give effort to help teammates down the field.

Intangibles: Appears to have matured during the past year, but character and maturity questions will require answers. Work ethic has also improved during his career.


Pick made at 8-10PM ET, jebures and Oakland are OTC.
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the Raiders select QB Mike Kafka out of Northwestern

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with pick 252 Miami selects

Garrett Lindholm, K, Tarleton State

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Tyler Eastman, OT, Maine

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It's getting late here, and I need to get the UDFA thread up and running, so I hope Florida Bronco doesn't mind me taking the liberty of making the pick for him.

The Detroit Lions' #1 need in the draft is probably CB -- he took one in the 4th, but could definitely use another one, so...

With the 255th and final pick in the OM Mock Draft, the Detroit Lions take CB Sam Shields, Miami (FL).
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It's getting late here, and I need to get the UDFA thread up and running, so I hope Florida Bronco doesn't mind me taking the liberty of making the pick for him.

The Detroit Lions' #1 need in the draft is probably CB -- he took one in the 4th, but could definitely use another one, so...

With the 255th and final pick in the OM Mock Draft, the Detroit Lions take CB Sam Shields, Miami (FL).
Thanks, but he is not my target. I'll take Kyle Williams, WR, Arizona State.

And sorry for the delay folks. I just now got to the PC. Didn't expect to go on the clock at 3am
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