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GBN mock draft 3/11

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  1. Cowboy from New York

    Cowboy from New York Active Member

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    March 11, 2005
    * indicates underclassman
    First round 1 San Francisco *Aaron Rodgers
    QB
    California

    2 Miami Ronnie Brown
    RB
    Auburn

    3 Cleveland Braylon Edwards
    WR
    Michigan

    4 Chicago Cedric Benson
    RB
    Texas

    5 Tampa Bay Carnell Williams
    RB
    Auburn

    6 Tennessee Antrel Rolle
    CB
    Miami

    7 Minnesota (from Oakland) *Mike Williams
    WR
    Southern Californaa

    8 Arizona *Alex Smith
    QB
    Utah

    9 Washington *Adam Jones
    CB
    West Virginia

    10 Detroit *Shawne Merriman
    DE
    Maryland

    11 Dallas Derrick Johnson
    LB
    Texas

    12 San Diego (from NY Giants) Erasmus James
    DE
    Wisconsin

    13 Houston Alex Barron
    OT
    Florida State

    14 Carolina Travis Johnson
    DT
    Florida State

    15 Kansas City Carlos Rogers
    CB
    Auburn

    16 New Orleans Shaun Cody
    DT
    Southern California

    17 Cincinnati Marcus Spears
    DE
    LSU

    18 Minnesota David Pollack
    DE
    Georgia

    19 St. Louis Khalif Barnes
    OT
    Washington

    20 Dallas (from Buffalo) *Troy Williamson
    WR
    South Carolina

    21 Jacksonville Dan Cody
    DE
    Oklahoma

    22 Baltimore Mark Clayton
    WR
    Oklahoma

    23 Seattle *Justin Miller
    CB
    Clemson

    24 Green Bay Matt Roth
    DE
    Iowa

    25 Denver Luis Castillo
    DT
    Northwestern

    26 New York Jets *Heath Miller DT
    Virginia

    27 Atlanta Jammal Brown
    OT
    Oklahoma

    28 San Diego Roddy White
    WR
    Alabama-Birmingham

    29 Indianapolis Mike Patterson
    DT
    Southern California

    30 Pittsburgh *Fabian Washington
    CB
    Nebraska

    31 Philadelphia *Odell Thurman
    LB
    Georgia

    32 New England *Channing Crowder
    LB
    Florida



    Second round 33 San Francisco Reggie Brown
    WR
    Georgia

    34 Cleveland Demarcus Ware
    DE
    Troy State

    35 Philadelphia (from Miami) Elton Brown
    OG
    Virginia

    36 Tampa Bay Marcus Johnson
    OG
    Mississippi

    37 Tennessee Matt Jones
    WR
    Arkansas

    38 Oakland Attiyah Ellison
    DT Missouri

    39 Chicago David Baas
    OG
    Michigan

    40 New Orleans (from Washington) Marlin Jackson
    CB
    Michigan

    41 Detroit Kevin Burnett
    LB
    Tennessee

    42 Dallas *Thomas Davis
    DB
    Georgia

    43 New York Giants Brodney Pool
    FS
    Oklahoma

    44 Arizona *Ciatrick Fason
    RB
    Florida

    45 Carolina Alex Smith
    TE
    Stanford

    46 Kansas City C. J. Moseley
    DT
    Missouri

    47 Houston Eric Green
    CB
    Virginia Tech

    48 Cincinnati Barrett Ruud
    LB
    Nebraska

    49 Minnesota *Ernest Shazor
    SS
    Michigan

    50 St. Louis Stanley Wilson
    CB
    Stanford

    51 Green Bay (from New Orleans) Corey Webster
    CB
    LSU

    52 Jacksonville Bryant McFadden
    CB
    Florida State

    53 Baltimore Chris Canty
    DE
    Virginia

    54 Seattle *Justin Tuck
    DE
    Notre Dame

    55 Buffalo Anttaj Hawthorne
    DT
    Wisconsin

    56 Denver *Jovan Haye
    DE
    Vanderbilt

    57 New York Jets Mike Nugent
    PK
    Ohio State

    58 Green Bay Jason Campbell
    QB
    Auburn

    59 Atlanta Mark Bradley
    WR
    Oklahoma

    60 Indianapolis Alfred Fincher
    LB
    UConn

    61 San Diego *Daryl Blackstock
    LB
    Virginia

    62 Pittsburgh *Josh Bullocks
    FS
    Nebraska

    63 Philadelphia Jonathan Babineaux
    DT
    Iowa

    64 New England Courtney Roby
    WR
    Indiana
  2. Rack Bauer

    Rack Bauer Federal Agent

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    If our draft went that way (all 3 picks) I'd cry tears of joy.
  3. jamez25

    jamez25 Active Member

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    so would I .
  4. jterrell

    jterrell Penguinite

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    Not me.

    Davis and Johnson should be very good LBs but they are LBs. Add in a WR who likely wont contribute heavily for at least 2 years and we have a gaping hole at RDE, RT and FS still.

    I'd prefer:

    11: Alex Barron RT
    20: Dan Cody DE
    42: Justin Tuck 3rd down rush end/ROLB

    Since WRs take a couple of years to develop I'd rather sign a Troy Brown and draft a guy in round 4 or 5 to compete with Crayton et al.

    FS is still a hole as well but Jerry has stated we would look to free agency for that position.
  5. Cowboy from New York

    Cowboy from New York Active Member

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    Williamson would be a very good pick up at # 20, it does take WRs time to really produce big time but the new rules have cut some of that time and a lot of recent WR 1st round picks have really produced from the start, ie; Arizona's Boldin, TB's Mark Clayton, Houston's Andre Johnson, Det's Roy Williams.
    There obviously has been some duds as well but getting Williamson now makes perfect sense as the guy doesnt need to produce right away and learns behind to mature guys in Glenn and Key who are now at stages of their career where they will help a rookie learn and not be so concerned about there stats. He would also give us a threat that could scare some people due to his speed if Glenn gets hurt again Crayton and Morgan won't scare anyone, they're adequate at best, not scary. Williamson's speed would also help us strech the field and allow Witten to be that much better and let Keyshawn do what he SHOULD be doing, run across the middle and underneath routes. I hated seeing him be our deep guy last year as he just cant out run any DB. Keyshawn may not want to admit it but its the truth, he should not be our deep threat.
    I'll say it, but it goes without saying that a speedy deep threat like Williamson, if he caught just 1 or 2 deep TDs early in the year would really help Julius get a big, big year in rushing as we'd force teams away from 8 in the box.
    A deep threat would also limit blitzes from the secondary positions and keep Bledsoe alive.
  6. RoundRock Fan

    RoundRock Fan New Member

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    actually if we were to pass on the best FS in this years class (pool) for an oversized SS i would be pissed. we do not need help at the SS position and after davis ran a 4.61 40, i don't think he could even make it back there. He and roy are the same players with roy being much more athletic.
  7. VirusX

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    WR's take a couple of years to develope? No they dont. WR and RB are one of the most prepared positions to play now in the NFL Look at Anquan Boldin and Roy Williams. Running routes doesnt change from college to the NFL to much. Its just they have to learn to fake out DB's They have a couple game learning curve if they are good WR's then they start to produce. Its not like Williamson will be a #2 he would be our 3 and could be a sitational deepthreat.

    I love the first 2 picks but not sure on the 2nd rounder but If we got DJ and williamson that would be a GREAT first round!

    I think chances are we will sign a FS but if we dont we might go after a "Large" CB in the later rounds and move him to FS
  8. Rack Bauer

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    WRs usually do take a long time to develop. Boldin and Williams are the exception, not the rule. Although Williams (and future WRs) benefit from the rules changes making it much easier on WRs. So yeah, in the future it won't be tough on WRs to develop being that they can run free and undisturbed down the field.

    Stupid rules.
  9. DoomsDayD

    DoomsDayD Well-Known Member

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    Can someone post the total draft picks the boys have..

    thanks

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