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Old 04-06-2011, 01:59 PM   #201
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With the 193rd pick in the 2011 Orangemane NFL Mock Draft

The New England Patriots select

Brandon Bair DE Oregon




STRENGTHS

Brandon has the size and athletic agility to be an excellent 2-gap, 3-4 defensive end for the team that drafts him. He has those long arms that make it easy for him to keep blockers off his legs. He is strong, can handle double teams and hold them up so others can make tackles for little gain. Brandon is a head up, wrap up, squeeze and drive tackler. He has good quickness and, if his opponent makes a mistake in defending him, Brandon will make them pay dearly. Brandon is a smart player and works well with his teammates. He shows leadership skills through his play on the field. He has excellent mental toughness and stamina and is the type of player that gets better as the game goes on. He wears his opponent down mentally and physically, which allows him to step up at the end of a game and be able to make an impact play. Brandon is a quality football player. He reminds me a lot of a former player who played for the Buffalo Bills, Phil Hanson. Phil was a core player and a fan favorite who played defensive end in a 3-4 defense for the Bills for 10 years.

CONCERNS

Brandon does not have the elite explosion off the line that others do in this draft to rush the passer. He also doesn't have very many pass rushing moves because his main responsibility was to stop the run. He also is older than most in this draft, which is considered a negative by most, but not by me. I doubt Brandon will be drafted very high, but I don't doubt his ability to impact at the next level for the team that drafts him.

BOTTOM LINE

Brandon seems to be under the radar and I have no idea why. Maybe if Brandon had played his last game buck naked someone would have noticed him. You might ask yourself, "Why draft a player as old as Brandon?" Here's a few reasons why you would draft Brandon: he has excellent talent, makes tackles and was an integral part of his team's defense for the last two years. Bottom line: he will impact the day after you draft him. I know he is not the pass rusher some are in this draft, but he might be one of the best run stuffing defensive ends in this draft. Oh, and by the way, he can rush the passer if you need him to. Doesn't that count for something? All I can tell you is Brandon is a sleeper pick in this draft and no matter what round your team drafts him in, consider yourselves lucky. He will make your defense better the day after you draft him. I'll give him a name... Brandon (Buck Naked) Bair. How's that?!


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Old 04-06-2011, 03:25 PM   #202
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The Baltimore Ravens select

Kyle Hix, T, Texas


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With the 194th pick the New York Jets select Mark Sanchize's childhood friend, Scotty McKnight WR, Colorado
I think he's like a Wes Welker. says Sanchez. Hes smart. He studies. He knows football really well.



With the uncertainties of Santonio Holmes and Braylon Edwards pending free agent statuses, the Jets could use some depth at WR. McKnight was a childhood friend of Mark Sanchez and the fact they already have a reportoire increases his value as a draft prospect for the Jets in particular. Sanchez made McKnight "look great" at his pro day. Let's see if their already established chemistry won't give McKnight instant success as the Jets slot receiver. He has value as a kick returner as well and this kid broke Michael Westbrook's records at CU. If he has a successful NFL career, he won't have any better chance at that than with the Jets. Perfect Fit.

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Bears could use another pass-catching option out of the backfield

Mario Fannin, RB, Auburn
Height: 5-10. Weight: 231.
Projected 40 Time: 4.55.
Combine 40 Time: 4.37.
Pro Day 40 Time: .
Benchx225: . Vertical: 37.5. Broad: .
Projected Round (2011): 4-6.
2/28/11: Mario Fannin was the third-string running back at Auburn, but opened up some eyes at the Combine. He ran a 4.37 40 and notched a 37.5-inch vertical at 5-10, 231 pounds. Fannin is not a good runner, but he has proven that he can excel at catching the ball out of the backfield. He could become a solid third-down back in the NFL.

3/29/10: Mario Fannin rushed the ball only 34 times in 2009. The intrigue is his ability in the passing game; he caught 42 balls for 413 yards.
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Old 04-07-2011, 06:48 AM   #205
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With the 196th pick in the 2011 OM Mock Draft, the Pittsburgh Steelers are stunned at their good fortune and select:

Jah Reid, ORT, UCF


Height: 6' 7"
Weight: 327
40 time: 5.32
Bench: 28 reps
Vertical: 29.5'
Broad jump: 9' 03"
Career Starts: 40

Player bio from Mel Kiper's Draft Report:

Reid is an interesting prospect whose stock has been on the rise. He was very well-coached at Central Florida and he showed marked improvement over the the latter stages of his college career. This past season, Reid developed more explosiveness and a mean streak that had been lacking in his game as an underclassman. He has awesome size and long arms. He also improved his film evaluation grade as a senior, taking his performance to a completely different level. Reid jumped out at me in several games this past season. His stock has risen significantly and, as a true right tackle, he brings a lot to the table and could be one heck of a right bookend at the pro level in the not too distant future.



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Old 04-07-2011, 03:19 PM   #206
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Brncs_fan and the Giants select:

DeJon Gomes, SS, Nebraska

Brncs will be on later to tell us about Gomes

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Old 04-07-2011, 06:33 PM   #208
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The Chiefs select Joe Lefeged SS, Rutgers

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Minnesota Vikings Select -

Lawrence Wilson, OLB UCONN

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Via priority list, Brncs_fan and the Giants select:

Korey Lindsey, CB, S. Illinois

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With the 203rd pick in the 2011 NFL Mock draft, the Carolina Panthers select...

Ronald Johnson, WR USC

Ht: 5'11
Wt: 200
40: 4.46
225: 16


Release: Good initial quickness out of his stance. Accelerates smoothly, forcing the defensive back to turn and run quickly. Good foot quickness and balance as a route-runner. Uses a head fake and quick feet to gain an efficient release against press coverage.

Hands: Possesses reliable hands. Looks the ball into his hands and secures it quickly. Shows the ability to extend and pluck outside of his frame. Good concentration to make the diving catch. Locates the ball quickly, showing good concentration to make the catch in traffic or alone. Tracks the ball well over either shoulder.

Route running: Savvy route-runner. Has enough straight-line speed to challenge the corner deep and is a balanced, agile runner. Able to sink his hips and create some explosiveness out of his breaks to gain separation. Understands where the holes in zone coverage are and how to avoid contact to get to them quickly.

After the catch: Good agility and balance to make defenders miss in the open field and possesses enough straight-line speed to go the distance. Not a true blazer, however. Will follow his blocks, but only shows moderate vision overall. Can spin through arm tackles, but doesn't run with enough power to consistently break free. Willing to go across the middle. Quality punt returner.

Blocking: Pesky run blocker. Understands his role and works to remain squarely in between his assignment and the ballcarrier, but has only moderate strength. Flashes good effort downfield to spring teammates for big plays. Intangibles: Surprised many with his decision to sign with USC and play in Los Angeles out of relatively tiny Muskegon, Mich. (pop. 175,000). Has struggled with durability.

Pick made at 8:30 MST

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With the 204th pick of the Orange Mane 2011 mock draft the Green Bay Packers select Steven Friday OLB Virgina Tech.



Positives: Nice frame... Above average speed... Solid pass rusher... Good initial quickness... Good burst off the ball... Gets good bend on the corner... Pressures the pocket... Good flexibility... Solid arsenal of moves... Long arms, big wingspan... Gets off blocks reasonably well... Violent hands, can disengage quickly... Good body control... Good closing speed... Plays with good pad level... Good lateral movement... Good tackler... Wraps up well... Pursues the ball well... Gives a good effort... Active... Has the potential to be an NFL starter as a 3-4 OLB scheme with patience... Looks okay in space... Selected All-ACC second team for the 2010 season... Performed well versus future NFL offensive tackles Anthony Castonzo (Boston College) and Nate Potter (Boise State) in 2010.

Negatives: Does not have the bulk to hold up in the run game... Needs to win more battles for leverage... Doesn't generate much on contact with bull rush, and plays with a high pad level in these instances... Can be pushed past the action... Would need to add weight to play defensive end in a 4-3 scheme... Looks uncomfortable with his hand down in three-point stance... Already 24, was the oldest player on Virginia Tech's roster, will be 25 by the start of his rookie season... Does not have a ton of experience, was only a starter for one season.
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San Diego selects Dwayne Harris, WR -- East Carolina.




He will be a good receiver and return punts and kicks. All conference player. Think he is a solid find this late in the draft. He is a Top 15 receiver for me. Him and Hankerson are gonna go poopy.

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The Broncos select:

Chris Neild, NT, West Virginia

Pick made at 4:30 P EST. CBF1 and Phibacka will talk this guy up soon!
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Denver is thrilled to get this DT in the 7th round, completing a 3 player DL draft.

6'-2" 315 lbs 5.12 40

Chris Neild, DT, West Virginia

Chris Neild is truly the unsung hero of West Virginia's defense. The 6-2 nose tackle rarely makes a lot of tackles (nor is he constantly in the backfield), but he is the one pushing the opposing offensive line back. The result is usually a superb front four that Neild creates and his teammates take advantage of by getting to the quarterback. It has taken a while, but over the last two years -- when Neild has been named to a variety of all-conference teams -- he has finally gotten the credit he deserves

Neild is just starting to show up on most NFL draft boards. He is a late round selection at best right now, but there is plenty of room for him to move up once teams analyze a little more tape and see him without his pads on. If Neild can have some solid workouts between now and April, do not be surprised if he keeps sneaking up the draft boards and he ends up being taken in the fourth of fifth round

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Buffalo Bills select:

Jermale Hines, S, Ohio State, 6'1", 219



Prototypical strong safety build but has the speed and agility to play in two-deep and man-free. Very strong attacking plays in front of him in coverage or in run support. Lays out receivers over the middle, but can also use his length to wrap up. Good agility to stay with out-routes run by tight ends and slot receiver. Knocks away passes from behind with closing speed and long arms--without interfering. Also separates the ball from the receiver with strong hands and powerful hits. Avoids receiver and lineman blocks using his hands and quickness. (CBS Sports)

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The Bengals select Derek Hall, RT, Stanford

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The 49ers select:

Justin Rogers, CB/KR, Richmond

Justin Rogers Shines at Richmond Pro Day With Sub 4.4 Time

Justin Rogers completed an outstanding postseason with another strong performance at the Richmond pro day. He ran the 40 yard sprint in the mid 4.35 times that impressed scouts once again. This is a prospect we rated in the Top 150 Pro Prospects in our November newsletter and he has impressed at every stop, the East-West All start week, NFL Combine and his pro day. At the NFL Combine, he came in over 510 and 180 lbs. His fine return skills enhance his status and he could warrant an early 3rd day selection. His high level of development will allow him to compete for playing time as both a nickel corner and return specialist.

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Justin Rogers - #5 - 5'10" 180 lbs. - Richmond - Sp. 4.40 - Rating 70
Tough smallish senior corner completed an excellent career at the lower level, earning conference honors over his final three seasons. Justin is a compact well-built defender...He shows playmaking ability whether in coverage, run support or the return game. He is a good athlete who moves well and has shown the ability to play especially well in zone coverage. He is a quick defender and will come and support the run well with 162 tackles over his career. At the East-West week, he showed the short area quickness to break on the ball and match up in coverage ...His lack of good height and recovery speed are real concerns in man situations vs big NFL caliber talent, though he performed well at the EW practices vs big receivers. He has good recovery speed to match up in the deep game and he handled himself well in single matchups in that role. ...At the East West game, he stayed with fast receivers in the deep game and the big receivers over the middle. He has good speed that allows him to matchup with the suddenness to carry receivers down the field. He won many battles on instincts, experience and toughness that allowed him to rank with any corner from the lower level....He has good hip flexibility and a smooth transition with the ability to read patterns to react and drive on the ball especially in front of him. He has fairly good leaping ability and ball skills with reliable hands to make the interception. He finished with 12 career picks ...He is a sudden athlete that shows a burst of speed in the short and intermediate zones. He was a reliable and durable player, starting three seasons and grading out well in most matchups. He needs to add some muscle to handle bigger receivers and support the run in the NFL. .... Over his career, he totaled 162 tackles with 12 interceptions, 8 TFL and 40 PBU earning honors his final three seasons. As a returner, he is a better punt specialist than kickoff returner and has a career average of over 13 yards per punt return.

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And with our next selection the 49ers select:

Da'Rel Scott, RB, Maryland


You will consistently see Maryland running back Da'Rel Scott referred to as a mid- to late-round draft pick, a guy who might be a situational back at the NFL level. After Scott ran a blazing 4.34 40-yard dash at the Combine, however, there is some thought that he could even sneak into the tail end of the first round.

Here is a snippet about Scott from Wes Bunting of the National Football Post:

*The stock of Maryland RB DaRel Scott is through the roof right now after timing in with a sub-4.4 forty time at the NFL combine. Ive heard from several sources of him potentially getting a look late in round one. I dont buy it personally, but you never know just how high a guy can rise after a good workout.*

Scott has limited experience as a return man, handling 26 kickoff returns in 2007-2007 for Maryland, averaging 21.7 yards per return.
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Looks a lot thicker on tape than his frame would suggest. Possesses good overall muscle tone through his upper half and is pretty well put together through his legs. Displays an explosive first step when asked to press the hole. Is able to instantly accelerate out of his stance and gets up to top-end speed quickly. Isn't overly laterally gifted and lacks ideal shiftiness as a runner. However, is a no-nonsense type guy who is patient when asked to set up his blocks, exhibits a good feel in tight areas and can put his foot in the ground and absolutely explode into daylight. Possesses a real second gear to his game and is consistently able to outpace angles at the second level and create in space.

Isn't an overly powerful between-the-tackles type runner and struggles to simply push the pile and drive for tough yards. But does a nice job running behind his pads and likes to finish runs. Isn't the most natural of pluckers in the pass game as he consistently lets the ball into his body. But does look comfortable flaring out of the backfield, adjusting to the throw and creating after the catch.

Impression: An explosive back who can really accelerate into daylight at the drop of a hat. More of a one-cut guy who isn't real shifty when asked to break down and make a guy miss. However, he presses the hole quickly, exhibits good balance as a runner and is a lot tougher to bring down than his frame would indicate. At worst, looks like a very solid No. 3 back in an NFL rotation.

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Strengths:
Scott has good speed and height for the running back position. Good quickness to the hole. Displays good vision running out in space after breaking through the line. Agile, has good moves, and can stop and start without gathering. Flashes the ability to make plays in the passing game. Tough.

Weaknesses:
Lacks great bulk and has an injury history. Won't push the pile. Will not break a ton of tackles. Doesn't pick up too many yards after contact. Needs to be more patient. While quick and shifty, doesn't possess true home-run speed to take it the distance. Route-running needs polish and has trouble in pass protection.

Overview:
Scott's a potential change-of-pace reserve running back at the next level. Can be dangerous making defenders miss in the open field after getting by the initial wave. Could also develop into a weapon in the passing game if route-running improves. Not a true burner who will break long runs and will not be able to bounce to the outside as consistently as in college. Lacking as an inside runner, short-yardage and goal line back, and in pass protection. Is not a three-down load back. Scott's natural playmaking abilities should make him a day 3 selection.

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Positives: Great combination of speed and strength... Isn't big, but has a nice frame and runs low to the ground... Accelerates very quickly, explosive when he gets a seam... Keeps his legs driving, doesn't go down easily... Very nice balance... A good inside runner... Displays a good burst through the hole... Willing pass blocker... Displays above-average hands out of the backfield... Does a good job of always moving forward, doesn't dance too much through the hole... Should be a good change of pace back in the NFL in the same mold as Mike Goodson when he came out of college... Led all running backs at the combine with a 4.34 40-yard dash.

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The Bengals select local product Armon Binns, WR, Cincinnati

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Armon Binns catches a touchdown pass over Joe Haden during the Sugar Bowl

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After coming off the bench his first two seasons at Cincinnati, Binns broke out as a junior, combining with quarterback Tony Pike (2010 sixth-round pick of the Carolina Panthers) as one of the nation's most intimidating big-play duos. Binns' 61 catches for 888 yards and 11 touchdowns earned him second-team All-Big East honors in 2009.

Binns caught one pass for nine yards as a true freshman, playing in seven games on special teams and at wide receiver. He played in nine games as a sophomore and caught just one more pass for 10 yards. The Pasadena native then followed up his spectacular junior campaign with a first-team all-conference performance in 2010, posting 75 receptions for 1,101 yards and 10 scores.

Though Binns is a tall receiver who can win jump balls and stretch the defense with his length, scouts worry about his inconsistent hands, lanky build and inability to run crisp routes. He still has a chance to get drafted in the later rounds as a fourth receiver who, with time and coaching, could make plays down the field.

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Strengths: Good vertical jump and will catch the ball at its highest point. Possesses very strong hands, can pluck balls out of the air. Accelerates quickly off the line. Good use of head and body fakes to create separation off the snap. Also uses his hands, even flashes a club move, to fight off the jam. Sinks his hips well into the route and throttles down quickly. Has the feet to run NFL-worthy comeback routes. Executes double moves well. Finds soft spots in zone coverage. Locates the ball well in the air. Smooth catch and turn upfield after the catch. Reads blocks well when running with the ball, used on screen passes despite his size. Aggressive blocker who sustains and can drive corners backwards. Calls out blitzing corners from the outside.

Weaknesses: Will drop catchable passes, really struggles to catch balls thrown at his waist or lower. Tends to body catch when facing the quarterback, and will let other throws into his body at times. Runs out of control at times after the catch, with long limbs flailing and only adequate balance. Occasionally gets lazy as a blocker, failing to sustain so his man can enter the play. Must prove he can play as strong against pro corners as he does college defenders despite lanky build.
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With pick 209, Seattle select Ryan Hill, CB, Miami



Big, physical corners are in demand here in Seattle, and Hill will add quality young depth.
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The Washington Redskins select...

Ray Dominguez OG Arkansas


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The Houston Texans select WR/KR Ricardo Lockette out of Fort Valley State.



Incredible speed, great size. A project wide reciever, needs work on his routes and hands. Likely be a real good special teams player. As a reciever, tons of potential...but long ways to go.
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