final mock 'till after Combine

Discussion in 'Draft Zone' started by Bob Sacamano, Feb 14, 2007.

  1. Bob Sacamano

    Bob Sacamano Benched

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    I swear :D but 1st, to get a better perspective of my draft, I"ll do free agency

    Free Agency
    OG Kris Dielman~expensive FA
    ILB Donnie Edwards~expensive FA, incentive-laden contract
    OG/OT Floyd "Pork Chop" Womack~mid-level FA
    QB Tim Rattay/Antony Wright~mid-level FA
    OLB Carlos Polk~mid-level FA

    extend Tony Romo

    height, weight and 40 times provided by NFLDraftCountdown
    1st round South Carolina WR Sidney Rice~6'4" 202 4.45 40

    tall, athletic WR w/ good timed-speed, downfield threat possessing tremendous leaping ability and body-control, playmaker

    ALT: Tennessee WR Robert Meachem

    2nd round Central Michigan OT Joe Staley~6'5" 296 4.75 40

    extremely athletic OT w/ quick feet, speed and agility, reportedly ran a 4.7 40 at his Junior Pro Day, can reach the 2nd level, former TE, raw

    ALT: Michigan DE Lamar Woodley

    3rd round Nebraska DE Jay Moore~6'4" 276 4.75 40

    rugged DE who lives in the opponents backfield, looked good as a pass-rusher all week at the Senior Bowl, capping it off w/ 3 sacks in the game, projects as an OLB in the 3-4

    ALT: Northern Illinois OT Doug Free

    4th round Auburn CB David Irons~5'10" 188 4.5 40

    physical, man-cover corner, not afraid to support the run, had a great Senior Bowl week, overshadowing such corners as Leon Hall and Marcus McCauley, will be 25 years old as a rook

    ALT: Tennessee CB Jonathan Wade

    5th round Iowa OG Marshal Yanda~6'3" 304 5.10 40

    mobile OG/OT who is quick off the snap and can reach the 2nd level, comes from a school notable for producing NFL lineman such as Eric Steinbach, raw, only 2 years of D-1A experience

    *no 6th*

    7th round Kansas State WR Yamon Figurs~5'11" 173 4.45 40

    quick, athletic WR who was named 1st-team All-Big12 as a kick/punt returner, averaging 12.2 yards per punt return, has some potential as a WR, burning Texas for 123 yards and 2 TDs

    7th round South Carolina DT Stanley Doughty~6'1" 331 5.3 40

    massive, talented NT, raw

    7th round Baylor CB CJ Wilson~6'1" 195 4.6 40

    local product, looked good in the East/West Shrine game sticking w/ receivers and nearly came up w/ a pick
  2. jcollins28

    jcollins28 Well-Known Member

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    I could live with that! Good job I have always liked Donnie after all he is a Bruin!!
  3. the kid 05

    the kid 05 Individuals play the game, but teams beat the odds

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    its going to be a shock not being in a linebacker or te :eek:
  4. Biggems

    Biggems White and Nerdy

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    C Andre Gurode
    OT Marc Colombo
    K Martin Gramatica

    QB Tim Rattay
    OG Kris Dielman
    OT Leonard Davis
    DE Cory Redding
    OLB Tully Banta-Cain
    ILB Donnie Edwards
  5. gollum

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    You feel confident with Doughty and Stanley being Ferguson's backup?
  6. sadams

    sadams Well-Known Member

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    I say we address OL, 1, CB/FS, 2, NT, 3
  7. Bob Sacamano

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