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If the draft fell this way who would you take rounds 1-7 and why

Discussion in 'Draft Zone' started by theranchsucks, Jan 8, 2014.

  1. theranchsucks

    theranchsucks Benched

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    The guy has to be either at our pick or after to take him. No reaching in front of the pick.

    1. Rashede Hageman DT Minnesota......reminds me of Mohammed Wilkerson a lot......kinda hard to pass on Mike Evans though, the guy is a beast. Reminds me of a young David Boston but my pick is still Hageman.
    2. Aaron Donald DT/DE Pittsburgh......I know, before you all say no way do you go back to back DT I say you have to. Donald is a straight up beast who I would play at DE on 1st and 2nd downs and move inside on 3rd and passing downs.
    3. DeAnthony Thomas RB Oregon.....well he went 1 pick before the 4th round but I would think about taking him in the second let alone get him in the 3rd is a steal. SPEED!!!!!!!! Romo has another toy. 2nd option was Daniel McCullers DT huge runstopper who would be a ballsy 3rd straight defensive tackle that would solidify the inside of the line for years to come but I love Thomas and his speed.
    4. Seantrel Henderson OT Miami.....Free is getting a little older and this guy is HUGE. 6'8" 350!!!!! and he can move pretty well for a guy his size. I believe he will push to start year one and might even fill in at guard if needed. Aaron Murray is an option here but I think there are too many needs to go playing on a wishing QB pick.
    5. Jay Prosch FB Auburn......A TRUE dominating runblocking fullback would do this offense wonders. I would love to get this guy.
    7a. Jeff Mathews QB Cornell....here is your QB to groom.
    7b. Dakota Dozier OG/OT Furman.....Very quick feet, gets to the second level, undersized, project.
    7c. Zack Kerr DT Delaware.....from Delaware so you know he's a project but a talented one at that.
  2. theranchsucks

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  3. Questfor6

    Questfor6 Well-Known Member

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    R1. Ra'Shede Hageman DT Minnesota
    R2. Kony Ealy DE Mizzou
    R3. Kelcy Quarles DT South Carolina
    R4. Scott Chricton DE Oregon St
    R5. Tre Boston S UNC
    R7. Russell Bodine C UNC
    R7. Kevin Norwood WR Bama
    R7. Nickoe Whitley S Miss St
  4. bodi

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    1 Trent Murphy, DE, 6-6 #265 Stanford

    2 Kelcy Quarles, DT, 6-3 #295 South Carolina

    3 Yawin Smallwood, ILB, 6-2, #250 Connecticut

    4 Kenny Ladler, FS. 6-1, #205 Vanderbilt

    5 Kevin Norwood, WR, 6-2 #200 Alabama

    7 Ryan Hewitt, FB, 6-4 #245 Stanford

    7 Billy Turner, OT, 6-6 #314 North Dakota State

    7 Dakota Dozier, OG, 6-4 #295 Furman
  5. JDSTAR

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    1. Aaron Donald, DT Pitt
    2. Gabe Jackson, OG Miss State
    3. Aaron Lynch, DE South Florida
    4. Josh Mauro, DE/DT Stanford
    5. Kenny Ladler, FS Vandy
    7. Keon Lyn, CB Illinois
    7. Jeff Mathews, QB Cornell
    7. Roderick McDowell, RB Clemson
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  6. XxTDxX

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    Hope it doesn't fall that way.. Hope at least HaHa makes it to us but..

    1: Mike Evans WR, TX A&M.. BPA at this point... Would ideally trade down in this situation.
    2: Will Sutton DT, ASU.. Quick pass rushing DT.. Fits what Marinelli likes perfectly.
    3: Daniel McCullers DT, Tenn... Finally get our big body in the middle.. Huge 1 Tech.. If Marinelli can coach him up could be a beast.
    4: Seantrel Henderson OT, Miami.. Huge upside would be a steal in this round and Doug Free's eventual replacement.
    5: Marion Grice RB, ASU.. Everydown back could fill in for Murray if injured.. much better than Randle
    6: Colt Lyerla TE, Oregon.. Had some issues but in the 6th it is a risk that is worth taking.
    7: Jonathan Dowling S, Western Kentucky.. High potential kid who had issues at florida and was dismissed after his freshman year
    7: Nickoe Whitley S, Mississippi State..Physical Safety that plays hard and can hit.. could be a great ST player
    7: Casey Pachall QB, TCU.. Because why not? lol.. has some potential
  7. XxTDxX

    XxTDxX Active Member

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    Just realized I added in a 6th rounder.. scratch the TE
  8. funkytown

    funkytown Well-Known Member

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    I havent had the chance to study the draft yet. Only really familiar with the top guys, but give me a draft full of defensive lineman and linebackers and i'll be happy. Throw in a defensive back and a QB to develop and its a deal.
  9. funkytown

    funkytown Well-Known Member

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    After quick research i would go with this, if the draft fell that way:

    1: Stephon Tuitt, DE Notre Dame
    2: Aaron Donald , DT Pitt
    3: Denzel Perryman, LB Miami
    4: Ahmad Dixon , S Baylor
    5: JuWuan James , OT Tenn.
    7: Jordan Lynch, QB N. Illinois
    7: Guard
    7: CB
  10. JoeyBoy718

    JoeyBoy718 Well-Known Member

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    Your first 4 picks will be gone midway through the 2nd round.
  11. 4lifecowboy

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    RD1 Aaron Donald DT
    RD2 Calvin Pryor S
    RD3 Daniel McCuller DT
    RD4 Aaron Murray QB
    RD5 Taylor Hart DE
    RD7 Marquis Flowers S
    RD7 Bryce Quigley OT
    RD7 Zac Kerin OG
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  12. daschoo

    daschoo Slanje Va

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    Why does it have us taking a centre in the 5th?
  13. Leadbelly

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    Nice. Mine would be pretty close to this. Jay Prosch is a monster. They must have updated the mock though. I don't see him listed, even in the compensatory section. I cheated a little and used one of the 7's for him. Great year for FB overall.

    R1 Re'Shede Hageman, DL, Minnesota - reminds me of Wilkerson as well. Love to see what Marinelli (and Leon Lett) could turn him into.
    R2 Aaron Donald, DL, Pittsburgh - perfect fit for 3-tech. Crazy how many plays he blows up per game that don't even show in the stats.
    R3 Victor Hampton, DB, South Carolina - strange to say of a CB but reminds me of Brian Dawkins. Potential FS conversion, but great fit as a zone guy. Feisty, competitive, swagger. Future replacement for Carr.
    R4 Seantrel Henderson, OT, Miami - stop taking fliers in the 4th on small school guys, injury guys, position switching guys. Take your chance with a guy with proven ability but is immature. If he grows up, stud.
    R5 Boseko Lokombo, WLB, Oregon - ideal fit for WLB in this D and should be awesome on special teams. Is fast and plays faster.
    R7 Ben Gardner, DL, Stanford - this year's injury sleeper. Probably a 3rd or 4th rounder w/o pec injury. LDE who could move inside on passing downs.
    R7 Jay Prosch, FB, Auburn - monster. Also great on special teams.
    R7 Jeff Matthews, QB, Cornell - future replacement for Orton, maybe more.

    And then I sign up Quincy Enunwa (WR, Nebraska), Zach Fulton (G, Tennessee), and Terrence West (RB, Towson) as priority UDFAs. :D
  14. Questfor6

    Questfor6 Well-Known Member

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    Hey they were available in that mock so I decided to stock up...
  15. xwalker

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    1. Rashede Hageman DT Minnesota......reminds me of Mohammed Wilkerson a lot......kinda hard to pass on Mike Evans though, the guy is a beast. Reminds me of a young David Boston but my pick is still Hageman.
    He is a physical freak, but has a lot of question marks about production and effort.

    2. Aaron Donald DT/DE Pittsburgh......I know, before you all say no way do you go back to back DT I say you have to. Donald is a straight up beast who I would play at DE on 1st and 2nd downs and move inside on 3rd and passing downs.
    I don't see him making it to the Cowboys pick.

    3. DeAnthony Thomas RB Oregon.....well he went 1 pick before the 4th round but I would think about taking him in the second let alone get him in the 3rd is a steal. SPEED!!!!!!!! Romo has another toy. 2nd option was Daniel McCullers DT huge runstopper who would be a ballsy 3rd straight defensive tackle that would solidify the inside of the line for years to come but I love Thomas and his speed.
    Many draft analysts have DAT going lower. He has super speed but is tiny at about 170 lbs.

    McCullers is one of the largest humans that you'll see, but he is not a Marinelli type DT. He should be a 3-4 NT.

    4. Seantrel Henderson OT Miami.....Free is getting a little older and this guy is HUGE. 6'8" 350!!!!! and he can move pretty well for a guy his size. I believe he will push to start year one and might even fill in at guard if needed. Aaron Murray is an option here but I think there are too many needs to go playing on a wishing QB pick.
    Another extremely large human, but he also has very good athleticism. He is a huge risk because he's never had a year in college without some type of incident.

    I would be ok with him in the 4th due to the very high upside.


    5. Jay Prosch FB Auburn......A TRUE dominating runblocking fullback would do this offense wonders. I would love to get this guy.
    Meh on FB this early. Due to the lack of demand, he could easily fall to the 7th.

    Trey Millard will likely be a UDFA due to injury but has some versatility. He is a very good receiver and at 6-2, 260+ could be used in as a TE in some situations.

    7a. Jeff Mathews QB Cornell....here is your QB to groom.
    OK.

    7b. Dakota Dozier OG/OT Furman.....Very quick feet, gets to the second level, undersized, project.
    OK.

    7c. Zack Kerr DT Delaware.....from Delaware so you know he's a project but a talented one at that.
    OK.
  16. tm1119

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    The top 3 rounds are almost perfect the way they are honestly. Getting Tuitt and Ealy would be a dream scenario and I really like Moses as RT/RG. Morgan Moses is extremely underrated and should definitely be a target for us. He started every game at LT this year (43 career starts for his career at every position but C) for Virginia and graded at at least 90% every game while averaging 8 knockdowns. He sounds like a perfect RT to run behind.

    My final draft based on this would be:

    Tuitt
    Ealy
    Moses
    Ahmad Dixon
    Marion Grice
    Ben Gardner
    James Franklin
    Kevin Norwood

    And boy would that be 1 heck of draft.
  17. casmith07

    casmith07 I'm the best poster in the game!

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    First four picks are awesome.
  18. casmith07

    casmith07 I'm the best poster in the game!

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    Me:

    R1. Michael Sam, DE/DT, Mizzou
    R2. Xavier Su'a-Filo, OG/OT, UCLA
    R3. De'Anthony Thomas, RB, Oregon
    R4. George Uko, DT, USC
    R5. Jackson Jeffcoat, DE, Texas
    R7. Denicos Allen, OLB, Michigan St.
    R7. Andrew Wilson, ILB/OLB, Mizzou
    R7. Sean Parker, S, Washington
  19. Future

    Future Intramural Legend

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    Is Sam projected in the first?

    I don't really like him, he's more of a Greg Ellis than a D Ware, and I think you can find those guys later.

    Really like that 2nd round pick though. A lot
  20. conner01

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    i would love hageman and donald, but to get that done you would have to trade up to near the top of the 2nd rnd and thats if he does'nt end up in the first rnd.

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