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My Four Round Mock Draft (7 March)

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My Four Round Mock Draft (7 March)

Post  Big_Pete on Mon Mar 07, 2011 1:02 am

Here is my four round mock draft

Let me know what you think




Round 1

  • 1. Carolina: CB Patrick Peterson, LSU
  • 2. Denver: WR AJ Green, Georgia
  • 3. Buffalo: DT/DE Marcell Dareus, Alabama
  • 4. Cincinnati: DE D'Quan Bowers, Clemson
  • 5. Arizona: OLB Von Miller, Texas A&M
  • 6. Cleveland: DT Nick Fairley, Auburn
  • 7. San Francisco: CB Prince Amukamara, Nebraska
  • 8. Tennessee: DE Robert Quinn, North Carolina


  • 9. Dallas: CB Jimmy Smith, Colorado
  • 10. Washington: WR Julio Jones, Alabama
  • 11. Houston: OLB Aldon Smith, Missouri
  • 12. Minnesota: QB Blaine Gabbert, Missouri
  • 13. Detroit: T Tyron Smith, USC
  • 14. St. Louis: DE Ryan Kerrigan, Purdue
  • 15. Miami: QB Cam Newton, Auburn
  • 16. Jacksonville: DE Cameron Jordan, California


  • 17. New England (from Oakland): RB Mark Ingram, Alabama
  • 18. San Diego: LB Akeem Ayers, UCLA
  • 19. New York Giants: DT JJ Watt, Wisconsin
  • 20. Tampa Bay: DE Justin Houston, Georgia
  • 21. Kansas City: WR Jon Baldwin, Pittsburgh
  • 22. Indianapolis: T Anthony Castonzo, Boston College
  • 23. Philadelphia: CB Brandon Harris, Miami
  • 24. New Orleans: LB Martez Wilson, Illinois


  • 25. Seattle: QB Jake Locker, Washington
  • 26. Baltimore: DE Adrian Clayton, Iowa
  • 27. Atlanta: WR Torrey Smith, Maryland
  • 28. New England: T Nate Solder, Colorado
  • 29. Chicago: C/G Mike Pouncey, Florida
  • 30. New York Jets: DE Muhammad Wilkerson, Temple
  • 31. Pittsburgh: CB Aaron Williams, Texas
  • 32. Green Bay: G Danny Watkins, Baylor





Round 2

  • 1. New England (from Carolina): DE Cameron Heyward, Ohio State
  • 2. Buffalo: T Gabe Carimi, Wisconsin
  • 3. Cincinnati: WR Titus Young, Boise State
  • 4. Denver: TE Kyle Rudolph, Notre Dame
  • 5. Cleveland: WR Leonard Hankerson, Miami
  • 6. Arizona: T Derek Sherrod, Mississippi State
  • 7. Tennessee: NT Phil Taylor, Baylor
  • 8. Dallas: G/T Marcus Cannon, TCU


  • 9. Washington: RB Mikel Leshoure, Illinois
  • 10. Houston: S Rahim Moore, UCLA
  • 11. Minnesota: DT Marvin Austin, North Carolina
  • 12. Detroit: OLB Mason Foster, Washington
  • 13. San Francisco: RB Ryan Williams, Virginia Tech
  • 14. Denver (from Miami): DT Christian Ballard, Iowa
  • 15. St. Louis: DT Stephen Paea, Oregon
  • 16. Oakland: CB Ras-I Dowling, Virginia


  • 17. Jacksonville: S Quinton Carter, Oklahoma
  • 18. San Diego: DE Allen Bailey, Miami
  • 19. Tampa Bay: CB Curtis Brown, Texas
  • 20. New York Giants: C/G Stefan Wisniewski, Penn State
  • 21. Indianapolis: C/G Rodney Hudson, Florida State
  • 22. Philadelphia: OLB Bruce Carter, North Carolina
  • 23. Kansas City: OLB Jabaal Sheard, Pittsburgh
  • 24. New Orleans: DT Drake Nevis, LSU


  • 25. Seattle: CB Brandon Burton, Utah
  • 26. Baltimore: LB Mark Herzlich, Boston College
  • 27. Atlanta: T Orlando Franklin, Miami
  • 28. New England: WR Randall Cobb, Kentucky
  • 29. San Diego (from New York Jets): CB Davon House, New Mexico State
  • 30. Chicago: DT Corey Luiget, Illinois
  • 31. Pittsburgh: ILB Quan Sturdivant, North Carolina
  • 32. Green Bay: OLB Brooks Reed, Arizona





Round 3

  • 1. Carolina: WR Jerrel Jernigan, Troy
  • 2. Cincinnati: RB Demarco Murray, Oklahoma
  • 3. Denver: DE Sam Acho, Texas
  • 4. Buffalo: TE DJ Williams, Arkansas
  • 5. Arizona: OLB Dontay Moch, Nevada
  • 6. Cleveland: TE Luke Stocker, Tennessee
  • 7. Dallas: DE Kendrick Ellis, Hampton
  • 8. New Orleans (from Washington): S Tyler Sash, Iowa


  • 9. Houston: NT Jerrell Powe, Mississippi
  • 10. New England (from Minnesota): LB Greg Jones, Michigan State
  • 11. Detroit: CB Johnny Patrick, Louisville
  • 12. San Francisco: QB Ryan Mallet, Arkansas
  • 13. Tennessee: QB Christian Ponder, Florida State
  • 14. St. Louis: WR Greg Little, North Carolina
  • 15. Miami: RB Jordan Todman, Connecticut
  • 16. Jacksonville: OLB KJ Wright, Mississippi State


  • 17. Oakland: DT Jurrell Casey, USC
  • 18. San Diego: S DeAndre McDaniel, Clemson
  • 19. New York Giants: G/T Ben Ijalana, Villanova
  • 20. Tampa Bay: ILB Kelvin Sheppard, LSU
  • 21. Philadelphia: G Clint Boling, Georgia
  • 22. Kansas City: RB Daniel Thomas, Kansas State
  • 23. Indianapolis: WR Edmond Gates, Abeliene Christian
  • 24. New Orleans: OLB Colin McCarthy, Miami


  • 25. San Diego (from Seattle): T Marcus Gilbert, Florida
  • 26. Baltimore: CB Chimidi Chekwa, Ohio State
  • 27. Atlanta: TE Lance Kendricks, Wisconsin
  • 28. New England: CB Rashad Carmichael, Virginia Tech
  • 29. Chicago: T Jason Pinkston, Pittsburgh
  • 30. New York Jets: OLB Jeremy Beal, Oklahoma
  • 31. Pittsburgh: OLB Chris Carter, Fresno State
  • 32. Green Bay: CB Jalil Brown, Colorado





Round 4

  • 1. Carolina: DT Jarvis Jenkins, Clemson
  • 2. Seattle (from New England via Denver): S Robert Sands, West Virginia
  • 3. Buffalo: WR Niles Paul, Nebraska
  • 4. Cincinnati: G/T Demarcus Love
  • 5. Cleveland: DE Greg Romeus Pittsburgh
  • 6. Arizona: QB Colin Kaepernick, Nevada
  • 7. Philadelphia (from Washington): CB Kendric Burney, North Carolina
  • 8. Houston: CB Chykia Brown, Texas


  • 9. Minnesota: LB Casey Matthews, Oregon
  • 10. Detroit: S Deunta Williams, North Carolina
  • 11. San Francisco: FB Owen Marecic, Stanford
  • 12. Tennessee: LB Ross Homan, Ohio State
  • 13. Dallas: G/T Lee Ziemba, Auburn
  • 14. Miami: WR Ronald Johnson, USC
  • 15. St. Louis: RB Kendall Hunter, Oklahoma State
  • 16. Oakland: TE Julius Thomas, Portland State


  • 17. Jacksonville: WR Tandon Doss, Indiana
  • 18. San Francisco (from San Diego): QB Ricky Stanzi, Iowa
  • 19. Tampa Bay: OLB Thomas Keiser, Stanford
  • 20. New York Giants: RB Shane Vereen California
  • 21. Kansas City: ILB Nate Irving, North Carolina State
  • 22. Indianapolis: DE Pernell McPhee, Mississippi State
  • 23. Philadelphia: CB Brandon Hogan West Virginia
  • 24. Jacksonville (from New Orleans): S Deunta Williams, North Carolina


  • 25. Buffalo (from Seattle): RB Roy Helu, Nebraska
  • 26. Baltimore: WR Austin Pettis, Boise State
  • 27. Atlanta: RB Jaquizz Rogers, Oregon State
  • 28. New England: CB Curtis Marsh, Utah State
  • 29. New York Jets: WR Dwayne Harris, East Carolina
  • 30. Chicago: CB Shareece Wright, USC
  • 31. Pittsburgh: OLB Bruce Miller, Central Florida
  • 32. Green Bay: RB Taiwan Jones, Eastern Washington





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Re: My Four Round Mock Draft (7 March)

Post  Pizan on Mon Mar 07, 2011 1:24 am

Overall grade D

Giants grade D

Bengals grade F

Cowboys grade D

Cardinals passing on a QB F



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Re: My Four Round Mock Draft (7 March)

Post  Big_Pete on Mon Mar 07, 2011 1:43 am

Pizan wrote:Overall grade D

Giants grade D

Bengals grade F

Cowboys grade D

Cardinals passing on a QB F


No worries, I thought you wouldn't like it, but that is all good.

I think The Cardinals will go a FA QB, but I have them taking one in the 4th (somehow that's passing on a QB?)

I don't agree with the Bengals F either, they had 26 sacks last year and need a pass rusher. They also need WR, RB and OL help too.

you are entitled to your opinion, I happen to disagree.

I suspect you really don't like the JJ Watt pick, but I do think he is an excellent fit at UT replacing Cofield.

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Re: My Four Round Mock Draft (7 March)

Post  Pizan on Mon Mar 07, 2011 6:32 am

For the Cardinals I meant passing on one of the top QBs. Thats a HUGE mistake if they do. What vet do you have them signing thats going to allow them to pass on one of these young guys? Also, Colin Kaepernick won't be available in the 4th round.

For the Bengals the Dline was hammered by injuries. Fanene only played 2 games, Tank Johnson only 7, Odom only 4, Rucker only 9, while their rookie sensation Carlos Dunlap managed 9.5 in 12 games. Michael Johnson, Atkins, Peko, Sims, and Dunlap give them a good young front. They had great success in the fisher price package they ran. The need for a Dlineman isn't as important as you suggest. Rather the need for a Quarterback is. If you know anything about the Bengals, you know Mike Brown stresses the importance of having a Franchise QB. If Cam Newton is there he will in no way pass on him. Especially considering Palmer wants out. Trust me, the bengal fan in me is telling you this.

J.J. Watt is a 3-4 DE IMO, not a DT. I like Watt as a prospect though. And you bombed in the 3rd and 4th rounds for us.
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Re: My Four Round Mock Draft (7 March)

Post  Bigblue25 on Mon Mar 07, 2011 2:30 pm

This is my Giants 4 round mock:
1.Mike Pouncey G/C
2.Ryan Williams RB
3.Joe Lefeged S
4.James Carpenter G-OT

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Post  Bigblue25 on Mon Mar 07, 2011 2:33 pm

Pizan wrote:For the Cardinals I meant passing on one of the top QBs. Thats a HUGE mistake if they do. What vet do you have them signing thats going to allow them to pass on one of these young guys? Also, Colin Kaepernick won't be available in the 4th round.

For the Bengals the Dline was hammered by injuries. Fanene only played 2 games, Tank Johnson only 7, Odom only 4, Rucker only 9, while their rookie sensation Carlos Dunlap managed 9.5 in 12 games. Michael Johnson, Atkins, Peko, Sims, and Dunlap give them a good young front. They had great success in the fisher price package they ran. The need for a Dlineman isn't as important as you suggest. Rather the need for a Quarterback is. If you know anything about the Bengals, you know Mike Brown stresses the importance of having a Franchise QB. If Cam Newton is there he will in no way pass on him. Especially considering Palmer wants out. Trust me, the bengal fan in me is telling you this.

J.J. Watt is a 3-4 DE IMO, not a DT. I like Watt as a prospect though. And you bombed in the 3rd and 4th rounds for us.

I agree on Arizona, I have them taking Mallett in early round two. I do not believe Kolb is gonna be traded and they would dumb to trade a high pick, he is unproven and I can even make the case that Mallett who hasn't taken a NFL snap is more NFL ready. Plus Vick is fragile, so I believe Philly just holds on the Kolb for insurance and to be the starter 2012. They only signed Vick to a one year franchise tender and would be crazy to sign him to anything more.
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Re: My Four Round Mock Draft (7 March)

Post  Pizan on Tue Mar 08, 2011 5:51 am

Bigblue25 wrote:This is my Giants 4 round mock:
1.Mike Pouncey G/C
2.Ryan Williams RB
3.Joe Lefeged S
4.James Carpenter G-OT


I like a lot. Although I'm not crazy about Carpenter, Pouncey and Williams are currently my first two picks as well. Mark Herzlich LB in the 3rd. Shiloh Keo S in the 4th.

1. Mike Pouncey C/G
2. Ryan Williams RB
3. Mark Herzlich LB
4. Shiloh Keo S
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