Looks very plausible. I think I have Wolfe going higher but who knows. For what it's worth here's I've been running thousands of draft simulations with my draft database and here's where these guys typically end up in those sims.
1: David DeCastro OG - Mid first round. Usually as high as Buffalo at 10 and as low Cincinnati at 21. I ran 400 simulations last night and was available 221 times at 14 and we selected him 134 times.
2: Harrison Smith FS - Mid to late 2nd. Although I do keep hearing his name pop up as a possible late first to New England he typically ends up somewhere between Seattle at 43 and GreenBay at 59 in my simulations
3: Josh Norman CB - Late 3rd to early 4th. Usually comes off the board as early as our 18th pick in the 3rd round and as late Washington's 14 in the 4th. His sweet spot seems to be from 3-24 at to 4-1
4: Mike Brewster OC - Mid to late 4th with Buffalo, SanDiego, Dallas and Philly his most common destinations in the mid 4th
4: Derek Wolfe DE - I've got him landing anywhere from 2-11 in Seattle to 3-24 in Denver with Philly at 2-14, Greenbay at 2-27, SanFrancisco at 2-29, NewEngland at 2-30,Minnesota at 3-3 Cleveland at 3-4, Tampa at 3-5 and Miami at 3-8 his most common landing spots
5: Antonio Allen SS - Mid to late 5th anywhere from Philadelphia at 5-18 to the Giants at 5-32 with his sweet spot from 5-20 to 5-28
6: Nicolas Jean-Baptiste NT - Usually UDFA with a couple of appearances in the late 7th
7: Chris Greenwood CB - UDFA but I know he's had a lot of visits with teams including Dallas so I'm not so sure about my grade on him.
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Last edited by Staxxxx : 04-14-2012 at 01:31 PM.
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