One sided Gimmick Mocks

Discussion in 'Draft Zone' started by Hostile, Mar 2, 2011.

  1. Hostile

    Hostile The Duke

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    Do one that is all Offense and one that is all Defense. No trades.

    Put your thinking caps on.

    All Offense.

    #9. Tyron Smith, OT, USC, 6'5", 307. This is not the guy I necessarily want in April but it is the guy I think we will get.

    #40. Stefan Wisniewski, C, Penn State, 5'3", 315. If I am going Offense heavy I am going OL heavy for sure.

    #71. John Moffitt, OG, Wisconsin, 6'4", 320. I wasn't kidding. OL heavy.

    #109. Cecil Shorts, WR, Mount Union, 6'0", 205.
    His production is unmatched and he has done it 3 straight years.

    #140. Henry Hynoski, FB, Pittsburgh, 6'0, 255.
    I want a bulldozer for short yardage and this guy will open holes with a running start.

    #171. Noel Devine, RB/KR/PR, West Virginia, 5'8", 180. 3rd string back who is used primarily in the Special teams return game and as a 3rd down weapon.

    #209. Greg McElroy, QB, Alabama, 6'2", 225. I love smart QBs who are accurate. I think they can develop into solid backups at the very elast and that is value to a team.

    All Defense.

    #9. Prince Amakumara, CB, Nebraska, 6'0", 205. Since I said no trades I can't have my pet cat and this is not a bad consolation prize at all.

    #40. Cameron Heyward, DE, Ohio State, 6'5", 295. If we're letting Spears go, we need to shore the DL. Here's a guy who could end up being a steal.

    #71. Deunta Williams, FS, North Carolina, 6'2", 205.
    Injuries prevented him from running at the Combines and will push his stock down, but healthy he is a 1st round talent. No doubt.

    #109. Ahmad Black, SS, Florida, 5'10", 185.
    All this guy does is make plays. I am willing to take a chance on that and if he pans out along with Williams we could possibly have no more Safety issues.

    #140. DeMarcus Van Dyke, CB, Miami, 6'1", 175. Can his blazing speed offset his small frame? I think he's worth the roll of the dice. So I am taking 4 DBs in this mock. Give you an idea of where I think we struggled most and why I wanted Campo and Maxie gone?

    #171. Cedric Thornton, DE, Southern Arkansas, 6'3", 309. Small school gem with a non stop motor. Can play NT too.

    #209. Mark Herzlich, ILB, Boston College, 6'4", 245. His Combine 40 time sucked. What he does on the field doesn't. Great attitude from a kid who already beat cancer and just comes to play his heart out.
  2. acer941

    acer941 Active Member

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    Love the Offensive one add in Atogwe and a FA DE like a cullen Jenkins and we would dominate.
  3. Gaede

    Gaede Well-Known Member

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    I'm gonna try some different mocks, just because...

    1. Mark Ingram RB
    2. Derek Sherrod OT (I think he falls a bit)
    3. Will Rackley OG
    4. Ricky Stanzi QB
    5. Greg Salas WR
    6. Jock Sanders, WR (cool name)
    7. Alex Linnenkohl, C

    1. Nick Fairley, DT/DE (I honestly believe he will fall, Dareus will rise)
    2. Curtis Brown, CB
    3. Deunta Williams, S
    4. Kendric Burney, CB
    5. Ross Homan, LB
    6. Mike Mohamed, LB
    7. Joe Lefeged, S
  4. Hostile

    Hostile The Duke

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    Your D one got me moist.
  5. AsthmaField

    AsthmaField Outta bounds

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    I would take either of those and be damn happy!
  6. TheCount

    TheCount Pixel Pusher

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    Speaking of Herzlich, the way things are shaping out for him reminds me of Brandon Spikes last year. Obviously minus the health concerns.

    But Spike's 40 time dropped him out of the 1st round, then he goes on to make a huge contribution for the Pats.
  7. respectdatstar

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    1. Tyron Smith
    2. Stefen Wisniewski
    3. John Moffitt
    4. Greg Little
    5. Jacquizz Rodgers
    6. Jerrod Johnson
    7. Henry Hynoski


    1. Prince Amukamara
    2. Rahim Moore
    3. Kenrick Ellis
    4. Christian Ballard
    5. Amhad Black
    6. Nate Irving
    7. Ian Williams
  8. Hostile

    Hostile The Duke

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    Love the D on yours too.
  9. rash

    rash Member

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    Lol i don't think herzlich's name came up in this thread...but I'd take the guy regardless. I think hes got a bright future and its 90% because of his mental makeup. The guy has it between the ears
  10. Hostile

    Hostile The Duke

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    Post #1.
  11. CanuckCowboysFan

    CanuckCowboysFan Benched

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    I was so high on Black and Herzy before the combine, but those 40 times really bug me.

    I know someone will say they don't matter, but I can't imagine someone running a 4.9 playing MLB, as a NLB no less. Can you picture Doug Free or any of the other linemen at the combine playing LB?

    Same with black. He looked sick at Florida, but that 4.7 is to much.
  12. casmith07

    casmith07 Attorney-at-Zone

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    1. Tyron Smith, Southern California
    2. Stefen Wisniewski, Penn State
    3. John Moffitt, Wisconsin
    4. JacQuizz Rodgers, Oregon State
    5. Cecil Shorts III, Mount Union
    6. Henry Hynoski, Pittsburgh
    7. Greg McElroy, Alabama


    1. Cameron Jordan, California
    2. Stephen Paea, Oregon State
    3. Deunta Williams, North Carolina
    4. Ras-I Dowling, Virginia
    5. Ahmad Black, Florida
    6. Mario Addison, Troy
    7. Buster Skrine, UT-Chattanooga
  13. UnoDallas

    UnoDallas Benched

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    1 Robert Quinn, DE/OLB, North Carolina
    2 Muhammad Wilkerson, DE/DT, Temple
    3 Brandon Burton, CB, Utah
    4 Deunta Williams, FS, North Carolina
    5 Kenrick Ellis, NT, Hampton
    6 Chris White, ILB, MississippiState
    7 Davonte Shannon, SS, Buffalo


    1 Julio Jones, WR, Alabama – who do you cover
    2 Derek Sherrod, OT, Mississippi State
    3 Luke Stocker, TE, Tennessee
    4 Derek Newton, OT/OG, Arkansas State
    5 Mario Fannin, RB, Auburn
    6 Colin Baxter, C/G, Arizona
    7 Mitch Mustain, QB, USC
  14. respectdatstar

    respectdatstar Member

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    It as very difficult to do the offense. Probably because we need so much help in the defense. I almost went all O-Line on the offense.
  15. Hostile

    Hostile The Duke

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    Best combo so far. Very nice.
  16. casmith07

    casmith07 Attorney-at-Zone

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    I'm warming to Cameron Jordan since Patrick Peterson is a dream, sort of...

    Stephen Paea can com play too. Give me SAMOANS!
  17. rkell87

    rkell87 Well-Known Member

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    thats cause he has 2 first rounders in his D mock lol, but if the first 4 picks of that D mock happen i will do a happy dance
  18. funkytown

    funkytown Well-Known Member

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    1.Tyron Smith OT- Young and still growing. Can anchor the tackle position for ten years.

    2. Ben Ijalana OG/OT- Versatile can play guard or tackle.

    3. John Moffitt OG/OC- Guard or Center. Comes from a great pedigree at Wisconsin.

    4. Derrick Locke RB- Guy looked good at Senior Bowl and ran well at combine. Excellent receiver out of the backfield. Ideal 3rd down/3rd string running back.

    5. Owen Marecic FB- Guy played FB and LB at Stanford. Hard worker and physical. Needs to improve on lead blocking.

    6. Jeremy Kerley WR/KR- Ran slow at combine, but game speed shows up on tape. Excellent kick returner, and ideal slot WR.

    7. Tyrod Taylor QB- Mobile and agile QB. With better arm than people give him credit for. Excellent guy to develop.

    1.Prince Amukamara CB- Straight line speed no longer in question. Doesnt have to start day one but bring depth to depleted secondary with so many teams go to pass heavy offenses.

    2.Cameron Heyward DE- Brings depth to Defensive line and could start right away.

    3. Kenrick Ellis NT- Huge nose tackle to sub in for Ratliff on certain downs to stuff the run.

    4. Brooks Reed LB- Big and strong LB who plays with fire. Ran well at combine and could play inside or outside in 3-4.

    5.Mark LeGree S- Turnover machine at Applachian St. With free agent addition, wouldnt have to start. Compete with AOA for future starter.

    6. Demarcus Van Dyke CB- Excellent speed but small in stature. Can bring depth to secondary and can run with speedy slot WR's

    7. Tejay Johnson S- Started for top ranked TCU defense. This is a homer pick, but the guy was solid in college.

    Obviously I went strong with Offensive line on the Offense and Secondary for the Defense...The two biggest needs.

    But the team does need a slot wr/kr and I took care of that with the Kerley pick.

    Would like to see Barber go and replaced with a speedy scatback. Quizz Rodgers would be nice, but someone already mentioned him. I went original with Derrick Locke.
  19. BAT

    BAT Mr. Fixit

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    No all-ST drafts? :D


    1st- WR A.J. Green
    2nd-OG/OT Dan Watkins
    3rd - OG/OC John Moffitt
    4th - FB Owen Marecic
    5th - OC Kris O'Dowd
    6th - H-Back Charles Clay
    7th - RB Alex Green


    1st - LB Von Miller
    2nd - DT Stephen Paea
    3rd - DE Marvin Austin
    4th - CB Ras-I Dowling
    5th - FS Mark LeGree
    6th - LB Mark Herzlich
    7th - DE Ryan Winterswyke
  20. casmith07

    casmith07 Attorney-at-Zone

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    1. Prince Amukamara, CB, Nebraska
    2. Rahim Moore, FS, UCLA
    3. Deunta Williams, SS, UNC
    4. Ras-I Dowling, CB, Virginia
    5. Curtis Brown, CB, Texas
    6. Jeron Johnson, FS, Boise State
    7. Buster Skrine, CB, UT-Chattanooga

    :p: :p: :p:

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