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Jan 12 Mock

Discussion in 'Draft Zone' started by UnoDallas, Jan 12, 2010.

  1. UnoDallas

    UnoDallas Benched

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    Trade down

    1 OG Mike Iupati, Idaho
    2a DT Lamar Houston, Texas
    2b CB Kyle Wilson, Boise State
    3 FS Robert Johnson, Utah
    4 OT Jared Veldheer Hillsdale
    6 PR KR Dexter McCluster, Ole Miss
    7 C/OG Erik Cook, New Mexico

    or

    Trade down

    1 OG Mike Iupati, Idaho
    2 DT Lamar Houston, Texas
    3a FS Robert Johnson, Utah
    3b RB Ryan Mathews, Fresno State
    4 OT Jared Veldheer Hillsdale
    6 PR KR Dexter McCluster, Ole Miss
    7 C/OG Erik Cook, New Mexico

  2. MarionBarberThe4th

    MarionBarberThe4th Well-Known Member

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    How do you trade down from 32 and still have a 1st?
  3. UnoDallas

    UnoDallas Benched

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    oh a sooth sayer or is that the magic eight ball ?

    you know for sure were winning the SB ?

    that our 1 st pick

    it might not be in the first round

    but still my first pick as of right know
  4. The Realist

    The Realist Active Member

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    If you are saying Iupati is going to last til 2 I'll take something similar to version A minus the midget non-return man.
  5. DaBoys4Life

    DaBoys4Life Benched

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    how come in one trade down scenario we get a 2nd and another we get a 3rd?
  6. BraveHeartFan

    BraveHeartFan We got a hat. I want a ring.

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    Why do you think Dexter will still be sitting there in the 6th? Do you have some reason why you're thinking he'll fall that far?

    I'm just curious as I have no idea where he's slotted to possibly go.
  7. UnoDallas

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    because you an I have know idea what they will be asking or who they are trading with - it could be late 2 nd or early 3 rd - or it could be early 2 round or a late 3 rd

    who knows its all speculation on our part
  8. UnoDallas

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    Dexter McCluster, Ole Miss
    Height: 5-8. Weight: 166.
    Projected 40 Time: 4.36.
    Projected Round (2010): 5-6.


    plus at 5'8 I don't think he will go any higher

    its just where he might fall hell he may even fall Undrafted

    Senior Dexter McCluster has been nearly unstoppable the last two games and rewrote the Rebel record book against Arkansas. He is averaging 154.5 rushing yards and 231.5 all-purpose yards over the last two weeks. With a career-high 22 carries each outing, he recorded his first two 100-yard rushing games and totaled a career-high 186 at Auburn, which is the most by a Rebel since BenJarvus Green-Ellis ran for 226 yards against Missouri in 2007. McClusters' 79-yard TD run Saturday marked the longest rush of his career and the longest by an Ole Miss player since Deuce McAllister galloped 80 yards for a score against Oklahoma in the 1999 Independence Bowl. Against the Razorbacks, McCluster became the first Rebel in the modern era (records dating back to 1965) to top the 100-yard mark in both rushing and receiving. McCluster posted team highs of 123 rushing yards and a career-high 137 receiving yards off a career high-tying seven grabs. He finished with 260 all-purpose yards, which is the most by a Rebel since McCluster's own career-best 268-yard performance in his Ole Miss debut against Memphis in 2006. McCluster has jumped to first on the team in rushing (59.0 ypg) and second in receiving (27 rec, 352 yds) this season. Last year, McCluster joined Florida’s Percy Harvin as the only players to rank top 10 in the SEC in rushing yards, receiving yards, receptions and all-purpose yards.

    Mancini’s Take: Much like Percy Harvin, McCluster is an all-purpose offensive threat that can hurt you running the ball out of multiple formations, as well as lining up at quarterback, receiver and return man. The obvious difference between the two is that Harvin is a much bigger and powerful player, whereas the 5’7’ 160-pound McCluster is a tiny performer, which defenders have a hard time seeing in traffic. Years ago, more NFL teams would’ve shied away from taking a shot on such a small athlete, but as the pro game has slowly evolved to where offenses are now incorporating elements of the Wildcat and various read-option plays, McCluster has some definite value. With that being said, durability issues do exist here with the senior, who has missed time with shoulder and ankle injuries. At the next level, the electrifying playmaker projects as a jack-of-all-trades role player who will be at his best with limited snaps. His best assets are his fearlessness in how he quickly reads his blocks and attacks the middle of a defense along with his fluid running style and quickness in and out of his breaks. His second gear in the open field make him a big play threat. As a receiver, the diminutive weapon has terrific hands to catch the ball away from his body, but might have some problems getting off the line of scrimmage in traditional sets. His size may make him difficult to see on deeper routes, which probably makes McCluster a more viable option on short screens and quick out routes. His ball security has also been suspect when running in traffic. If used properly, the little Rebel can excel in a Leon Washington-type role.
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  9. UnoDallas

    UnoDallas Benched

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    Mike Iupati
    Projection: 1st/2nd Round

    or give me

    Jon Asamoah
    Height: 6-4
    Weight: 315
    40 T: 5.06
    Projection: 2nd Round
  10. UnoDallas

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    I really want another DT to fit there

    maybe Boo Robinson, Wake Forest

    I think we need a PR an KRbut maybe we can find one in UDFA market
  11. The Realist

    The Realist Active Member

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    I'll take Zane Beadles as my future LG and Chris Scott as my future RG.
  12. UnoDallas

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    nothing wrong with either guy IMO

    now this guy is interesting

    as A C/G

    Maurkice Pouncey, Florida
    Height: 6-5. Weight: 318.
    Projected 40 Time: 5.15.
    Projected Round (2010): 2.
    1/12/10: Maurkice Pouncey has declared for the 2010 NFL Draft. Pouncey is a versatile player who can play center, guard and right tackle. He could be drafted early on Day 2

    at least we could get rid of Procter
  13. Bob Sacamano

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    why not have a STAY PUT OPTION?
  14. UnoDallas

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    dang forgot that one - lol

    ok here you go

    1 OG Mike Iupati, Idaho
    2 DT Lamar Houston, Texas
    3 FS Robert Johnson, Utah
    4 OT Jared Veldheer Hillsdale
    6 DT Boo Robinson, Wake Forest
    7 C/OG Erik Cook, New Mexico
  15. The Realist

    The Realist Active Member

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    Yeah, I've kind of heard of him and was taking him in my mocks before anyone had a clue he was coming out.

    You were one who had issues with it.
  16. Biggems

    Biggems White and Nerdy

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    trade our 3rd for a 4th and 5th

    1 - OG Mike Iupati - Idaho
    2 - DT Lamarr Houston - Texas
    4 - ILB Pat Angerer - Iowa
    4 - CB Rafael Priest - TCU or CB Patrick Stoudamire - Western Illinois
    5 - OT Jared Veldheer - Hillsdale
    6 - CB Walter McFadden - Auburn
    7 - DE Brandon Deaderick - Alabama

    or

    Trade our 1st and 2nd to move up in the 1st round
    Trade our 4th for a 5th and 6th

    1 - S Earl Thomas - Texas
    3 - DT Lamarr Houston - Texas
    5 - OT Jared Veldheer - Hillsdale
    6 - LB Adrian Tracy - William & Mary
    6 - CB Walter McFadden - Auburn
    7 - DE Brandon Deaderick - Alabama
  17. UnoDallas

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    I like them both
  18. UnoDallas

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    yeah yeah I know but we can change our minds
  19. The Realist

    The Realist Active Member

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    If we could come out of the 2nd round with Pouncy and Houston I would be very happy.

    You could go with Pouncy at LG when Kosier is done or just have insane depth with Pouncy as a backup for a couple years.

    That is after all what we had in the 90's.

    Insane depth.
  20. Zaxor

    Zaxor Virtus Mille Scuta

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    Dexter McCluster is one of my pet cats

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