1. Welcome to CowboysZone!  Join us!  Come on!  You know you want to!

Joe's Mock 4 Draft

Discussion in 'Draft Zone' started by cowboyjoe, Feb 14, 2011.

  1. cowboyjoe

    cowboyjoe Well-Known Member

    28,092 Messages
    83 Likes Received
    1st Round-Cowboys Trade down to 15th slot, to Miami, in exchange get the Dolphins 1st, 3rd and 6th picks.
    1st Cam Jordan Defensive End | California | SR Cameron Jordan
    Height: 6-4 | Weight: 283 | 40-Time: 4.80

    Official Bio
    Strengths:
    • Ideal size with extremely long arms / huge hands
    • Excellent athleticism along with NFL bloodlines
    • Good balance and agility as well as quick feet
    • Displays a varied repertoire of pass rush moves
    • A reliable tackler who will deliver the knockout hit
    • Will disrupt passing lanes and bat down passes
    • Active with good range and does nice job in pursuit
    • Showcases violent hands and can get off of blocks
    • Strong, powerful and stout at the point of attack
    • Competitive and aggressive with a non-stop motor
    • Polished technician and understands angles / leverage
    • Fantastic football IQ, instincts and awareness
    • Able to play multiple positions in different schemes
    • Tough and a hard worker who strives for excellence
    • Productive and durable with lots of quality experience


    Was a three-year starter for the Bears --- Named 1st Team All-Pac-10 in 2010 --- Father, Steve, played tight end in the NFL for 13 seasons and made 6 Pro Bowl's --- Arrested in 2008 for suspicion of driving under the influence and served a one game suspension --- Extremely versatile and could project as a base end capable of moving inside to defensive tackle on occassion in a 4-3 scheme or to a five-technique defensive end in a 3-4 front --- Underrated prospect who, like his former teammate Tyson Alualu, could end up being selected much earlier than most realize --- Isn't flashy and may never be a dynamic sack artist in the pros but should be a solid starter for a very long time.

    Cowboys like the Packers did, a few years back, Trade back up in 1st round, either with Eagles or New England, and get Gabe Carmini OT, who falls due to injury and not being able to play in senior bowl.

    Cowboys give up their 4th rounder to get OT Gabe Carmini
    1st Rounder Trade back up:
    Offensive Tackle | Wisconsin | SR Gabe Carimi

    Height: 6-7 | Weight: 327 | 40-Time: 5.30

    Official Bio
    Strengths:
    • Prototypical size with long arms and large hands
    • Solid in pass pro with nimble feet to slide / mirror
    • Fairly stout at point and gets good push in run game
    • Decent strength and delivers a violent initial punch
    • Polished technician with great hand use and footwork
    • Intelligent with excellent instincts and awareness
    • Very tough and willingly plays through pain / injuries
    • Mature, hard working and is respected by teammates
    • A ton of experience against top-notch competition


    Last name is pronounced "kuh-REE-mee" --- A four-year starter and team captain for the Badgers --- Named 1st Team All-Big Ten in 2009 and 2010 --- 1st Team All-American in 2010 --- Won the 2010 Outland Trophy as the nation's top interior lineman --- The Big Ten Offensive Lineman of the Year in 2010 --- A civil and environmental engineering major who was named Academic All-Big Ten four straight years --- Very committed to Jewish faith and fasts during Yom Kippur --- Missed three games with a right knee injury in 2008 --- Missed half of fall camp in 2009 with a right knee injury --- Suffered left shoulder (AC joint) injury in 2009 --- Actually replaced Joe Thomas, the #3 overall pick in the 2007 NFL Draft, at left tackle in Madison --- Overrated blocker with all the tools to be a starter at the next level but is not the elite blindside protector and early first rounder that some have made him out to be.

    2nd Round 40th spot;
    Cowboys trade down to San Francisco, since QB Locker is there, and get the 49ers 4th rounder and a 7th rounder

    With 49ers 45th pick Cowboys take Ben Ijalana OT/OG --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Offensive Tackle | Villanova | SR Ben Ijalana
    Height: 6-4 | Weight: 320 | 40-Time: 5.36

    Official Bio
    Strengths:
    • Excellent bulk w/ long arms and large hands
    • Superb athleticism, quickness and agility
    • Fantastic strength and extremely powerful
    • Stout at the point of attack and can anchor
    • Gets an outstanding push in the run game
    • Nimble feet to slide laterally and mirror
    • Displays the ability to recover when beat
    • Stuns opponents with violent initial punch
    • Capable of locking on and sustaining blocks
    • Range to work in space and at second level
    • Tough and will play through pain / injuries
    • Hard worker and still has considerable upside
    • Extremely durable with a ton of experience


    Last name is pronounced "EYE-JA-LAWN-A" --- Was a four-year starter (53 consecutive games) for the Wildcats --- Named 1st Team All-CAA in 2008, 2009 and 2010 --- A 1st Team FCS All-American as a junior and senior --- Helped lead Villanova to the FCS National Championship as a junior --- Parents are Nigerian-born --- Was also a champion wrestler in high school --- Primarily a soccer player as a youth and didn't begin focusing on football until the age of 14 --- Played left tackle entire college career but could also project to right tackle or perhaps move inside to offensive guard at the next level --- Similar in many ways to Vladimir Ducasse, who was selected in the second round of the 2010 NFL Draft by the New York Jets out of Massachusetts --- Would arguably be in the first round conversation if he was an inch taller and hailed from a "big-time" program --- Still raw and will have to adjust to a leap in competition but is clearly the premier small school sleeper in this class and has the talent / physical tools to be a starter in the NFL.

    3rd Rounder of Cowboys
    Stefen Wisniewski
    Height: 6-3 | Weight: 306 | 40-Time: 5.30
    Official Bio
    Strengths:
    • Extremely smart with elite instincts and awareness
    • Polished technician with great hand use and footwork
    • A top-notch understanding of positioning and angles
    • Intense, competitive and plays with a nasty demeanor
    • Quick with nice balance and able to adjust and recover
    • Strong with a wide base and stout at the point of attack
    • Great toughness and gets a nice push in the run game
    • Tenacious and will lock on and doggedly sustains blocks
    • Ability to pull, play in space and reach the second level
    • Versatile and is capable of playing multiple positions
    • A hard worker and leader with outstanding bloodlines
    • Durable with a ton of experience versus top competition


    A three-year starter and team captain for the Nittany Lions --- Named 2nd Team All-Big Ten in 2008 and 1st Team in 2009 and 2010 --- Also garnered some All-American notice in 2010 --- Father, Leon, was a defensive lineman at Penn St. and a 2nd Round pick in 1982 NFL Draft, playing four seasons with the Baltimore / Indianapolis Colts --- Uncle, Steve, was a two-time 1st-Team All-American at Penn St. and an eight-time All-Pro offensive guard during NFL career with the Oakland / Los Angeles Raiders --- A secondary education major who excelled in the classroom with a near-4.0 GPA and was a three-time Academic All-American --- Could project to either center or offensive guard and has extensive experience at both --- Certainly isn't very flashy or the most impressive physical specimen but compensates with first-rate intangibles and there is virtually no chance he won't be successful at the next level --- Will win a starting job and enjoy a long NFL career

    Note, If Stefen is gone, Cowboys take Center
    Kristofer O’Dowd USC 6-5 300 5.20


    The Cowboys now have filled their offensive line for years to come, with 3 key offensive linemen. I know its alittle too much possibly, but wanted to have one draft fixing our offensive line.

    3rd Rounder from Miami cowboys take S Deunte Williams who falls due to injury.
    Deunta Williams North Carolina 6-2 215 4.55


    4th Rounder, Cowboys Trade up alittle and take
    QB Colin Kaepernick Nevada 6-6 225 4.43

    A four-year starter and team captain for the Wolfpack --- Named 1st Team All-WAC and WAC Offensive Player of the Year in 2010 --- Also ran for 4,090 yards (6.9 avg.) and 59 touchdowns --- Only player in college football history to rush for 4,000 yards and throw for 9,000 yards in a career --- Only player to ever rush for 1,000 yards and throw for 2,000 yards in three consecutive seasons --- Broke Ian Johnson's Western Athletic Conference record for career rushing touchdowns --- Tied Eric Crouch's NCAA record for most career rushing touchdowns by a quarterback --- Selected by the Chicago Cubs in the 43rd Round of the 2009 MLB Amateur Draft --- Could also get some looks as a wide receiver prospect --- Played in Chris Ault's "Pistol Offense", which padded stats but didn't really prepare him for the next level --- Better college player than pro prospect and is still more of an athlete than quarterback --- Intriguing developmental signal caller who is far from a finished product and will require some work and patience.

    Cowboys again make a move here, trading Marion Barber for a 4th rounder and future 6th, guaranteed on improving to a 5th of playing time, and stats for Barber.

    4th Rounder from Miami or some other team for Barber, Cowboys take
    Mark Herzlich OLB Boston College 6' 4" 235


    5th Rounder Cowboys trade their 7th rounder to move up alittle and take
    Kendrick Ellis DT Hampton 6' 5" 340


    With Cowboys own 5th rounder, Cowboys take
    Henry Hynoski* FB Pittsburgh 6' 2" 260


    Note, I wanted to take Owen Mareic FB from Stanford, but with him being undecided about going pro or playing football, I wanted a player with his heart in the right place and we do need a big bruising fullback.

    6th Rounder Cowboys take
    Roy Helu Jr. RB Nebraska 6' 0" 215 or
    Alex Green RB Hawaii 6' 2" 230


    7th Rounder Cowboys take
    Alex Henery K Nebraska 6' 2" 175
    or Ryan Whalen WR Stanford 6' 2" 205


    Note, I know thats 11 players, and I see Cowboys only taking 9 with possible trades of players or trading down, but wanted to get creative in this one. Again, I will listen to what Stephen Jones will say about this team, players either cut or traded possibly and then I will predict if Cowboys take that many players or not. But dont forget this, a few years back, I had the Cowboys taking 12 to 13 players and you all laughed at me. But who was right? The Cowboys did take 12 players in the 2009 draft. With what Jerry Jones told the players, your being evaluated the rest of these 8 games after he fired Wade, I do think some changes are coming, so possibly more draft picks taken or players traded for picks etc... So, toss it around see what you think, agree with or disagree. I really see Cowboys only taking 2 offensive linemen in this draft high in the draft, but they may surprise me, given status of Columbo, L Davis, and Holland.
  2. BrAinPaiNt

    BrAinPaiNt Brotherhood of the Beard Staff Member

    60,031 Messages
    3,268 Likes Received
    I don't know about all of the trading involved.

    However if you give me those players you had listed...I will be a happy camper.
  3. cowboyjoe

    cowboyjoe Well-Known Member

    28,092 Messages
    83 Likes Received
    Me too buddy, I think the Cowboys could possibly come away with 9 of those players, by trades, etc... I am going on what Jerry Jones said that some players were being evaluated, and if you remember Jimmy Johnson used to make trades during the draft. I am going on what Jimmy told Jason possibly about trading players, and draft picks and getting players he wanted through the draft and getting rid of players he doesnt want.

    That with Woicik now, he will tell Jason what players arent working out like they should etc, possibly lazy etc.. and Jason will trade some of those players or get some in the draft.

    Like if we do trade back up to get Carmini, I dont see us taking 2 OTs, but I put there, just in case Jason Garrett surprises me, and fixes our offensive line for years. I think Cowboys will take a OT, a OG/C for sure in this draft.

    And a fullback, with possibly a big bruising fullback and a QB like Kap.... or Dalton.
  4. MarionBarberThe4th

    MarionBarberThe4th Well-Known Member

    11,842 Messages
    69 Likes Received
  5. RS12

    RS12 Well-Known Member

    14,041 Messages
    1,046 Likes Received
    Wisnewski wont be there in round 3. Like the Kaepernick pick alot.
  6. TheCount

    TheCount Pixel Pusher

    20,744 Messages
    748 Likes Received
    Couldn't follow all the trades but like the players selected even though you did go for the Triangle of Evil with us drafting a FB, HB AND Kicker.
  7. MarionBarberThe4th

    MarionBarberThe4th Well-Known Member

    11,842 Messages
    69 Likes Received
    I dont know which part is sillier. Taking Isiah Stanback part 2, or someone giving up more than a hot pocket for Barber
  8. rash

    rash Member

    859 Messages
    3 Likes Received
    i was a little confused with all that trading going on. but if you can somehow land carimi in the first by trading up and not hafta give up the ranch i would be pretty happy
  9. respectdatstar

    respectdatstar Member

    685 Messages
    2 Likes Received
    Can somebody explain the Carimi trade-up? I don't understand how it happened. Dallas traded a 4th and got back into the 1st?
  10. TheFinisher

    TheFinisher Well-Known Member

    2,362 Messages
    523 Likes Received
    You targeted all the right players (except Jordan, I'm more down on him then most) but I don't think it's realistic where you have us getting a few of them or the trades we're pulling off.

    We'd be lucky if Wiz fell to us in the 2nd let alone 3rd.

    The latest Kenrick Ellis will go is to us at the top of rd 4, but he could go as high as late 2nd.

    I like the Ijalana, Deunta and Herzlich picks, kudos for those three.
  11. The Realist

    The Realist Active Member

    3,284 Messages
    0 Likes Received
    What just happened.
  12. cowboyjoe

    cowboyjoe Well-Known Member

    28,092 Messages
    83 Likes Received
    what you do is this, use a Draft Trade Value Chart, from the points needed to move up from 2nd 40th to 28th is 155 points, that equals out to a 4th rounder.

    If you traded up to the eagles, which they have a higher pick, its even more, most like a 3rd and 5th.

    http://www.draftcountdown.com/features/Value-Chart.php



    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------


    The chart teams use when making trades, giving a numerical value to each draft choice.


    Round 1 Round 2 Round 3 Round 4 Round 5 Round 6 Round 7
    1 3,000 33 580 65 265 97 112 129 43 161 27 193 14.2
    2 2,600 34 560 66 260 98 108 130 42 162 26.6 194 13.8
    3 2,200 35 550 67 255 99 104 131 41 163 26.2 195 13.4
    4 1,800 36 540 68 250 100 100 132 40 164 25.8 196 13
    5 1,700 37 530 69 245 101 96 133 39.5 165 25.4 197 12.6
    6 1,600 38 520 70 240 102 92 134 39 166 25 198 12.2
    7 1,500 39 510 71 235 103 88 135 38.5 167 24.6 199 11.8
    8 1,400 40 500 72 230 104 86 136 38 168 24.2 200 11.4
    9 1,350 41 490 73 225 105 84 137 37.5 169 23.8 201 11
    10 1,300 42 480 74 220 106 82 138 37 170 23.4 202 10.6
    11 1,250 43 470 75 215 107 80 139 36.5 171 23 203 10.2
    12 1,200 44 460 76 210 108 78 140 36 172 22.6 204 9.8
    13 1,150 45 450 77 205 109 76 141 35.5 173 22.2 205 9.4
    14 1,100 46 440 78 200 110 74 142 35 174 21.8 206 9
    15 1,050 47 430 79 195 111 72 143 34.5 175 21.4 207 8.6
    16 1,000 48 420 80 190 112 70 144 34 176 21 208 8.2
    17 950 49 410 81 185 113 68 145 33.5 177 20.6 209 7.8
    18 900 50 400 82 180 114 66 146 33 178 20.2 210 7.4
    19 875 51 390 83 175 115 64 147 32.6 179 19.8 211 7
    20 850 52 380 84 170 116 62 148 32.2 180 19.4 212 6.6
    21 800 53 370 85 165 117 60 149 31.8 181 19 213 6.2
    22 780 54 360 86 160 118 58 150 31.4 182 18.6 214 5.8
    23 760 55 350 87 155 119 56 151 31 183 18.2 215 5.4
    24 740 56 340 88 150 120 54 152 30.6 184 17.8 216 5
    25 720 57 330 89 145 121 52 153 30.2 185 17.4 217 4.6
    26 700 58 320 90 140 122 50 154 29.8 186 17 218 4.2
    27 680 59 310 91 136 123 49 155 29.4 187 16.6 219 3.8
    28 660 60 300 92 132 124 48 156 29 188 16.2 220 3.4
    29 640 61 292 93 128 125 47 157 28.6 189 15.8 221 3
    30 620 62 284 94 124 126 46 158 28.2 190 15.4 222 2.6
    31 600 63 276 95 120 127 45 159 27.8 191 15 223 2.3
    32 590 64 270 96 116 128 44 160 27.4 192 14.6 224 2
  13. cowboyjoe

    cowboyjoe Well-Known Member

    28,092 Messages
    83 Likes Received
    i understand that, some mocks have ellis going anywhere from 4th to 5th

    and some draft mocks have Wiz going top of 3rd round

    so thats why i went that way, if we can get say 7 to 9 of these players, i would be happy
  14. AsthmaField

    AsthmaField Outta bounds

    10,129 Messages
    1,389 Likes Received

    Yeah, but Joe... you still kept the 2nd rounder, I think. What you proposed was using your 2nd plus a 4th to move up to 28th overall. However, you just gave up a 4th and kept the 2nd (40th overall), which you then traded to san fran and moved to 45th overall.

    So it looks like you traded a 4th for a 1st, straight up. That's cool with me... but I don't think any team will want to do it.
  15. cowboyjoe

    cowboyjoe Well-Known Member

    28,092 Messages
    83 Likes Received
    Note, I made a shorter version;
    Joe's Mock 4 Draft
    ________________________________________
    1st Round-Cowboys Trade down to 15th slot, to Miami, in exchange get the Dolphins 1st, 3rd and 6th picks.
    1st Cam Jordan Defensive End | California | SR Cameron Jordan
    Height: 6-4 | Weight: 283 | 40-Time: 4.80



    Was a three-year starter for the Bears --- Named 1st Team All-Pac-10 in 2010 --- Father, Steve, played tight end in the NFL for 13 seasons and made 6 Pro Bowl's --- Arrested in 2008 for suspicion of driving under the influence and served a one game suspension --- Extremely versatile and could project as a base end capable of moving inside to defensive tackle on occassion in a 4-3 scheme or to a five-technique defensive end in a 3-4 front --- Underrated prospect who, like his former teammate Tyson Alualu, could end up being selected much earlier than most realize --- Isn't flashy and may never be a dynamic sack artist in the pros but should be a solid starter for a very long time.

    Cowboys like the Packers did, a few years back, Trade back up in 1st round, either with Eagles or New England, and get Gabe Carmini OT, who falls due to injury and not being able to play in senior bowl. It cost 155 points to move up from 2nd round to 28th pick patriots own. That’s a 4th rounder by Draft Trade Value Chart.

    Cowboys give up their 4th rounder to get OT Gabe Carmini
    1st Rounder Trade back up:
    Offensive Tackle | Wisconsin | SR Gabe Carimi
    Height: 6-7 | Weight: 327 | 40-Time: 5.30


    Last name is pronounced "kuh-REE-mee" --- A four-year starter and team captain for the Badgers --- Named 1st Team All-Big Ten in 2009 and 2010 --- 1st Team All-American in 2010 --- Won the 2010 Outland Trophy as the nation's top interior lineman --- The Big Ten Offensive Lineman of the Year in 2010 --- A civil and environmental engineering major who was named Academic All-Big Ten four straight years --- Very committed to Jewish faith and fasts during Yom Kippur --- Missed three games with a right knee injury in 2008 --- Missed half of fall camp in 2009 with a right knee injury --- Suffered left shoulder (AC joint) injury in 2009 --- Actually replaced Joe Thomas, the #3 overall pick in the 2007 NFL Draft, at left tackle in Madison --- Overrated blocker with all the tools to be a starter at the next level but is not the elite blindside protector and early first rounder that some have made him out to be.

    2nd Round 40th spot;
    Cowboys trade down to San Francisco, since QB Locker is there, and get the 49ers 4th rounder and a 7th rounder

    With 49ers 45th pick Cowboys take Ben Ijalana OT/OG --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Offensive Tackle | Villanova | SR Ben Ijalana
    Height: 6-4 | Weight: 320 | 40-Time: 5.36


    Last name is pronounced "EYE-JA-LAWN-A" --- Was a four-year starter (53 consecutive games) for the Wildcats --- Named 1st Team All-CAA in 2008, 2009 and 2010 --- A 1st Team FCS All-American as a junior and senior --- Helped lead Villanova to the FCS National Championship as a junior --- Parents are Nigerian-born --- Was also a champion wrestler in high school --- Primarily a soccer player as a youth and didn't begin focusing on football until the age of 14 --- Played left tackle entire college career but could also project to right tackle or perhaps move inside to offensive guard at the next level --- Similar in many ways to Vladimir Ducasse, who was selected in the second round of the 2010 NFL Draft by the New York Jets out of Massachusetts --- Would arguably be in the first round conversation if he was an inch taller and hailed from a "big-time" program --- Still raw and will have to adjust to a leap in competition but is clearly the premier small school sleeper in this class and has the talent / physical tools to be a starter in the NFL.

    3rd Rounder of Cowboys
    Stefen Wisniewski Height: 6-3 | Weight: 306 | 40-Time: 5.30



    A three-year starter and team captain for the Nittany Lions --- Named 2nd Team All-Big Ten in 2008 and 1st Team in 2009 and 2010 --- Also garnered some All-American notice in 2010 --- Father, Leon, was a defensive lineman at Penn St. and a 2nd Round pick in 1982 NFL Draft, playing four seasons with the Baltimore / Indianapolis Colts --- Uncle, Steve, was a two-time 1st-Team All-American at Penn St. and an eight-time All-Pro offensive guard during NFL career with the Oakland / Los Angeles Raiders --- A secondary education major who excelled in the classroom with a near-4.0 GPA and was a three-time Academic All-American --- Could project to either center or offensive guard and has extensive experience at both --- Certainly isn't very flashy or the most impressive physical specimen but compensates with first-rate intangibles and there is virtually no chance he won't be successful at the next level --- Will win a starting job and enjoy a long NFL career

    Note, If Stefen is gone, Cowboys take Center
    Kristofer O’Dowd USC 6-5 300 5.20



    3rd Rounder from Miami cowboys take S Deunte Williams who falls due to injury.
    Deunta Williams North Carolina 6-2 215 4.55


    4th Rounder, Cowboys Trade up alittle and take (this is the 4th rounder from 49ers)
    QB Colin Kaepernick Nevada 6-6 225 4.43
    A four-year starter and team captain for the Wolfpack --- Named 1st Team All-WAC and WAC Offensive Player of the Year in 2010 --- Also ran for 4,090 yards (6.9 avg.) and 59 touchdowns --- Only player in college football history to rush for 4,000 yards and throw for 9,000 yards in a career --- Only player to ever rush for 1,000 yards and throw for 2,000 yards in three consecutive seasons --- Broke Ian Johnson's Western Athletic Conference record for career rushing touchdowns --- Tied Eric Crouch's NCAA record for most career rushing touchdowns by a quarterback --- Selected by the Chicago Cubs in the 43rd Round of the 2009 MLB Amateur Draft --- Could also get some looks as a wide receiver prospect --- Played in Chris Ault's "Pistol Offense", which padded stats but didn't really prepare him for the next level --- Better college player than pro prospect and is still more of an athlete than quarterback --- Intriguing developmental signal caller who is far from a finished product and will require some work and patience.

    Cowboys again make a move here, trading Marion Barber for a 4th rounder and future 6th, guaranteed on improving to a 5th of playing time, and stats for Barber.

    4th Rounder from Miami or some other team for Barber, Cowboys take
    Mark Herzlich OLB Boston College 6' 4" 235

    5th Rounder Cowboys trade their 7th rounder to move up alittle and take
    Kendrick Ellis DT Hampton 6' 5" 340

    With Cowboys own 5th rounder, Cowboys take
    Henry Hynoski* FB Pittsburgh 6' 2" 260

    Note, I wanted to take Owen Mareic FB from Stanford, but with him being undecided about going pro or playing football, I wanted a player with his heart in the right place and we do need a big bruising fullback.

    6th Rounder Cowboys take
    Roy Helu Jr. RB Nebraska 6' 0" 215 or
    Alex Green RB Hawaii 6' 2" 230

    7th Rounder Cowboys take
    Alex Henery K Nebraska 6' 2" 175
    or Ryan Whalen WR Stanford 6' 2" 205
  16. cowboyjoe

    cowboyjoe Well-Known Member

    28,092 Messages
    83 Likes Received
    yikes, I did do that didnt i

    ok, my mock would be like this then;
    Joe's Mock 4 Draft
    ________________________________________
    1st Round-Cowboys Trade down to 15th slot, to Miami, in exchange get the Dolphins 1st, 3rd and 6th picks.
    1st Cam Jordan

    Defensive End | California | SR Cameron Jordan
    Height: 6-4 | Weight: 283 | 40-Time: 4.80



    Was a three-year starter for the Bears --- Named 1st Team All-Pac-10 in 2010 --- Father, Steve, played tight end in the NFL for 13 seasons and made 6 Pro Bowl's --- Arrested in 2008 for suspicion of driving under the influence and served a one game suspension --- Extremely versatile and could project as a base end capable of moving inside to defensive tackle on occassion in a 4-3 scheme or to a five-technique defensive end in a 3-4 front --- Underrated prospect who, like his former teammate Tyson Alualu, could end up being selected much earlier than most realize --- Isn't flashy and may never be a dynamic sack artist in the pros but should be a solid starter for a very long time.

    Cowboys like the Packers did, a few years back, Trade back up in 1st round, either with Eagles or New England, and get Gabe Carmini OT, who falls due to injury and not being able to play in senior bowl. It cost 155 points to move up from 2nd round to 28th pick patriots own. That’s a 4th rounder by Draft Trade Value Chart.

    Cowboys give up their 4th rounder and 2nd to get OT Gabe Carmini
    1st Rounder Trade back up:

    Offensive Tackle | Wisconsin | SR Gabe Carimi
    Height: 6-7 | Weight: 327 | 40-Time: 5.30


    Last name is pronounced "kuh-REE-mee" --- A four-year starter and team captain for the Badgers --- Named 1st Team All-Big Ten in 2009 and 2010 --- 1st Team All-American in 2010 --- Won the 2010 Outland Trophy as the nation's top interior lineman --- The Big Ten Offensive Lineman of the Year in 2010 --- A civil and environmental engineering major who was named Academic All-Big Ten four straight years --- Very committed to Jewish faith and fasts during Yom Kippur --- Missed three games with a right knee injury in 2008 --- Missed half of fall camp in 2009 with a right knee injury --- Suffered left shoulder (AC joint) injury in 2009 --- Actually replaced Joe Thomas, the #3 overall pick in the 2007 NFL Draft, at left tackle in Madison --- Overrated blocker with all the tools to be a starter at the next level but is not the elite blindside protector and early first rounder that some have made him out to be.

    If Cowboys dont trade up and take Carmini, they keep their 2nd rounder and take
    Cowboys take Ben Ijalana OT/OG
    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------


    3rd Rounder of Cowboys
    Stefen Wisniewski Height: 6-3 | Weight: 306 | 40-Time: 5.30

    Note, If Stefen is gone, Cowboys take Center
    Kristofer O’Dowd USC 6-5 300 5.20



    A three-year starter and team captain for the Nittany Lions --- Named 2nd Team All-Big Ten in 2008 and 1st Team in 2009 and 2010 --- Also garnered some All-American notice in 2010 --- Father, Leon, was a defensive lineman at Penn St. and a 2nd Round pick in 1982 NFL Draft, playing four seasons with the Baltimore / Indianapolis Colts --- Uncle, Steve, was a two-time 1st-Team All-American at Penn St. and an eight-time All-Pro offensive guard during NFL career with the Oakland / Los Angeles Raiders --- A secondary education major who excelled in the classroom with a near-4.0 GPA and was a three-time Academic All-American --- Could project to either center or offensive guard and has extensive experience at both --- Certainly isn't very flashy or the most impressive physical specimen but compensates with first-rate intangibles and there is virtually no chance he won't be successful at the next level --- Will win a starting job and enjoy a long NFL career




    3rd Rounder from Miami cowboys take S Deunte Williams who falls due to injury.
    Deunta Williams North Carolina 6-2 215 4.55
    Deunte falls some due to injury, so cowboys make trade with new England again, move down, and get an extra 4th.


    4th Rounder, Cowboys Trade up alittle and take (this is the 4th rounder from NewEngland) Cowboys take that 4th in trade with, move back up in 4th round, with lower pick and take Kaepernick.

    QB Colin Kaepernick Nevada 6-6 225 4.43

    A four-year starter and team captain for the Wolfpack --- Named 1st Team All-WAC and WAC Offensive Player of the Year in 2010 --- Also ran for 4,090 yards (6.9 avg.) and 59 touchdowns --- Only player in college football history to rush for 4,000 yards and throw for 9,000 yards in a career --- Only player to ever rush for 1,000 yards and throw for 2,000 yards in three consecutive seasons --- Broke Ian Johnson's Western Athletic Conference record for career rushing touchdowns --- Tied Eric Crouch's NCAA record for most career rushing touchdowns by a quarterback --- Selected by the Chicago Cubs in the 43rd Round of the 2009 MLB Amateur Draft --- Could also get some looks as a wide receiver prospect --- Played in Chris Ault's "Pistol Offense", which padded stats but didn't really prepare him for the next level --- Better college player than pro prospect and is still more of an athlete than quarterback --- Intriguing developmental signal caller who is far from a finished product and will require some work and patience.

    Cowboys again make a move here, trading Marion Barber for a 4th rounder and future 6th, guaranteed on improving to a 5th of playing time, and stats for Barber.

    4th Rounder from Miami or some other team for Barber, Cowboys take
    Mark Herzlich OLB Boston College 6' 4" 235


    5th Rounder Cowboys trade their 7th rounder to move up alittle and take
    Kendrick Ellis DT Hampton 6' 5" 340


    With Cowboys own 5th rounder, Cowboys take
    Henry Hynoski* FB Pittsburgh 6' 2" 260


    Note, I wanted to take Owen Mareic FB from Stanford, but with him being undecided about going pro or playing football, I wanted a player with his heart in the right place and we do need a big bruising fullback.

    6th Rounder Cowboys take
    Roy Helu Jr. RB Nebraska 6' 0" 215 or
    Alex Green RB Hawaii 6' 2" 230


    7th Rounder Cowboys take
    Alex Henery K Nebraska 6' 2" 175
    or Ryan Whalen WR Stanford 6' 2" 205


    Been putting on some vehicle inspection stickers so got interrupted from making my mocks and proof reading, sorry about that.
  17. Duane

    Duane Active Member

    6,876 Messages
    11 Likes Received
    I like the players but it's too much like Madden with the trades.
  18. cowboyjoe

    cowboyjoe Well-Known Member

    28,092 Messages
    83 Likes Received
    I understand, but I just get the feeling, that the Cowboys are going to trade some players this year, due to some not performing like they should have. Now, with Woicik in fold too, he will ween out the pretenders and wantabes to in the weight room. So, some players will be traded from that too.

    I just get the feeling that Jason Garrett isnt going to put up with laid back attitude from some players. And he will get rid of them like Jimmy Johnson did.
  19. AsthmaField

    AsthmaField Outta bounds

    10,129 Messages
    1,389 Likes Received
    That works better now Joe.

    I like Jordan, but I really like the Carimi pick. I think he would slide right in at RT and provide a bookend with Free for years to come.
  20. Zaxor

    Zaxor Virtus Mille Scuta

    8,399 Messages
    1 Likes Received
    I agree nothing wrong with the players...but most teams do not like to deal unless they are getting something sweet for it.... The draft chart is fine but trades are not likely to happen unless you are willing to give more than the chart worth....so I just can't see it happening.

Share This Page