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postseason bowl game mock

Discussion in 'Draft Zone' started by Bob Sacamano, Dec 19, 2009.

  1. Bob Sacamano

    Bob Sacamano Benched

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    1st: Missouri OLB Sean Witherspoon

    Tremendous tackler, ferocious hitter, is able to chase the QB as well as run with any TE 15 yards down the field, team leader

    I see guys like Pat Willis running all over the field making plays, and I want one

    2nd: South Florida CB Jerome Murphy

    We already hit on a CB from South Florida, why not strike for two hits? Jerome Murphy is an exact replica of Mike Jenkins: tall, lanky, possesses great speed, great in press-coverage, big hitter, and can recover quickly if he makes a mistake

    3rd
    : Alabama OG Mike Johnson

    I'm a big believer in taking players from winning, top-notch college programs, not only is this guy super talented, big, strong, and athletic (can get to the 2nd level) but he's also a cerebral player who will do anything to help the team, including moving to LT last year to cover for a suspended Andre Smith

    4th: Purdue DT Mike Neal

    5th: Hillsdale OT Jared Veldheer

    6-8" 321lbs. blocked for 1,000 yard rusher last 2 seasons, and started 46 games at LT on teams that scored over 400 points in a season 2 times

    2-time, 1st team all-conference selection, and '09 1st team, AFCA All-American

    7th: New Mexico C Erik Cook

    I already explained this guy to you, big, versatile and has NFL bloodlines, brother Ryan Cook is a standout player on Minny's great Oline
  2. UnoDallas

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    this what I found on Cook

    Erik Cook played every snap in all 12 games this fall, finishing the season with 88 knockdown blocks, including 49 over the final five games. He allowed just one sack in 470 passing attempts - the most in the MWC - and had just one penalty in 836 plays this year. Cook had flawless technique on at least 80 percent of his snaps in 10 games.

    He likely will be projected as an offensive guard in the NFL. He’s a versatile lineman that can earn a roster with his ability to play all five spots on the line.

    he might be a steal

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