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  • Originally posted by marconi View Post
    My Mock is still a work in progress and will probably be completely different by next week, but I'll go ahead and open myself to potential humiliation and criticism just to jump into the mix.

    I've really tried to narrow it down the best I could but I have added some optional picks in a few rounds in case earlier rounds don't go as planned.





    Round 1 - OT - Andre Dillard, Washington State Ht: 6-5. Wt: 306.

    Round 2 - DT - Khalen Saunders, Western Illinois Ht: 6-1. Weight: 324.

    Round 3- TE -Jace Sternberger*, Texas A&M Ht: 6-4. Wt: 250. 40 Time: 4.75 or WR David Sills, West Virginia Ht: 6-4. Wt: 203. 40 Time: 4.57

    Round 4 - OLB/ILB - Khalil Hodge, , Buffalo Ht: 6-1. Wt: 240 or CB Mark Fields-Clemson Ht: 5-10. Wt: 192. 40 Time: 4.37

    Round 5 - S/OLB - Chase Hansen, , Utah Ht: 6-3. Wt: 220 40 Time: 4.65 or WR Andy Isabella, UMass Ht: 5-9 Wt: 188 40 Time: 4.31

    Round 6 - G/C - Hjalte Froholdt, - Arkansas Ht. 6' 5" Wt. 306 (This was my sleeper pick but don't think he'll last this long) or TE Kahale Warring*, TE, SDSU Ht: 6-6. Wt: 252

    Round 7 - OLB/ILB - Ulysees Gilbert III, , Akron Ht: 6-1. Wt: 225. 40 Time: 4.72.
    See above.
    DALTON RISNER (OT) KSU
    JUAN THORNHILL (FS/CB) UVA
    RENELL WREN (DT) ASU
    TYREL DODSON (LB) TXAM
    DAWSON KNOX (TE) UMS
    ALEXANDER MATTISON (RB) BSU
    ATHONY RUSH (DT) UAB

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    • Ulysses Gilbert is very fast in straight line speed. The 4.72 forty is inaccurate. I've followed him for a couple of years. Run and hit LB.
      Taylor Rapp FS#1
      Tytus Howard ORT#1
      Khalen Saunders 3TECH#1
      Te'von Coney SAM#2
      Foster Moreau TE#2
      Kyle Phillips LEO#2
      Jalin Moore RB#3

      v4

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      • this guy's usually pretty good w/his mocks....

        http://eatdrinkandsleepfootball.com/2019-nfl-mock-draft/
        DT Jeffery Simmons, QB Jarrett Stidham, OC Erik McCoy, OT Yodny Cajuste, Isaiah Prince, RB Bryce Love, TE Josh Oliver, WIL Jawuan Johnson, WR John Ursua, FS Chris Johnson, ILB Josiah Tauaefa

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        • 1st- Christian Wilkins DT Clemson- Not the fastest, not the best rusher, not the biggest anchor...yet he is good at everything, and passed up a pay day last year to go back to school and play for another championship. Character off the charts...and he quietly falls to us at 28, netting us another big steal. I think he ends up having the best career out of this class of
          DTs.

          2nd- Kaleb McGary OT Washington- Big, nasty mauler with a blue collar mentality. Non stop motor, great locker room guy...all the tools you want in a RT, but needs plenty of work with his feet in the passing game, and technique overall to stay engaged on run blocks (Will sometimes lose balance and slide off) Beats out Tevi, or develops his pro game for a year as a backup.

          3rd- Germaine Pratt N.C. State- Converted Safety? ILB who can run and cover and tackle. What's not to like? Linebacking game is not polished, due to position switch...just hasn't been playing there long enough...but that is why we get him in the third. Thomas Davis Jr. anyone?

          4th- Tyree Jackson QB Buffalo- Surprised he falls this far, we take a chance on an uber talented, but painfully raw prospect. 2-3 years behind Phillip Rivers learning the pro game, and working off season clinics to get that cannon arm fine tuned and accurate, he could be something in this league...or worse case we spend a 4th rounder on a backup.

          5th- Kendall Sheffield CB Ohio State- Another raw talent who shows a big ceiling, but has yet to put it all together on a consistent basis, relying on his phenomenal recovery speed to bail himself out of mistakes. Tackles like a football player, runs like a track star...but has yet to exhibit playmaking ball skills (remember Jammer?) with few interceptions...nice developmental cornerback though, and special teams gunner to start.

          6th- Foster Moreau TE LSU- Superior blocker, who surprised at the Senior bowl by showing off more than adequate pass catching skills. High character teammate at LSU, another lunch pail type player who's lack of dominance in any one area allows him to fall to us in the sixth.

          7th- Nick Brossette RB LSU- Lacking straight line speed, and underachieving somewhat for years at LSU, this is still a talented rock hauler in between the tackles, with good patience and vision, and a low, compact running style...he doesn't go down easy. Also possesses very adequate pass catching skills. He hasn't showed up as a "take it to the house" guy...but could definitely develop into a solid backup/sometimes starter in the league.



          Sig Mock 2.0
          1. Taylor Rapp S Washington-Perfect Combo Safety compliment to James
          2. Kaleb McGary OT Washington- Prototypical RT, feet need coaching
          3. Khalen Saunders DT W. Illinois- Aaron Donald of the FCS
          4. Germaine Pratt LB N.C. State- Mike who can run, Backs up Denzel
          5. Foster Moreau TE LSU- Nasty blocker who, turns out, can catch too
          6. Kendall Sheffield Ohio State- Freak Athlete to groom, ST Gunner
          7. Nick Brosette RB LSU- Between the tackles guy who can catch

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          • 1. N.Fant-TE, Iowa
            2. D.Risner-OL, Kansas St.
            3. T.McLaurin-WR, Ohio St.
            4. D.Long-CB, Michigan
            5. B.Burr-Kirven-LB, Washington
            6. W.Harris-S, Boston College
            7. G.Gaines-DT, Washington

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            • Originally posted by Critty View Post
              1. N.Fant-TE, Iowa
              2. D.Risner-OL, Kansas St.
              3. T.McLaurin-WR, Ohio St.
              4. D.Long-CB, Michigan
              5. B.Burr-Kirven-LB, Washington
              6. W.Harris-S, Boston College
              7. G.Gaines-DT, Washington
              if you can get those guys in said rounds.... think your hit percentage is gonna be pretty high as think most of those guys are roster worthy,
              DT Jeffery Simmons, QB Jarrett Stidham, OC Erik McCoy, OT Yodny Cajuste, Isaiah Prince, RB Bryce Love, TE Josh Oliver, WIL Jawuan Johnson, WR John Ursua, FS Chris Johnson, ILB Josiah Tauaefa

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              • http://thedraftnetwork.com/prospect-rankings (updated)

                028) Dex, Erik McCoy, Yodny Cajuste, Dillard
                060) Jarrett Stidham (they have him as a fifth rounder)
                091) Josh Oliver, Kaleb McGary
                130) Jalen Hurd, Te'Von Coney
                166) FS Isaiah Johnson, Trysten Hill
                200) Isaiah Prince, Byron Cowart, TJ Edwards
                240) Bryce Love

                UDFA) OT Casey Tucker, NT Greg Gaines, DE Corbin Kaufusi, WIL Nate Hall, MIKE Josiah Tauaefa, FS Chris Johnson, DT Marquise Copeland
                DT Jeffery Simmons, QB Jarrett Stidham, OC Erik McCoy, OT Yodny Cajuste, Isaiah Prince, RB Bryce Love, TE Josh Oliver, WIL Jawuan Johnson, WR John Ursua, FS Chris Johnson, ILB Josiah Tauaefa

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                • Today's Mock.2 DT and 2 OT...buh bye Tevi.


                  Ok...not sure how to post it from fanspeak.... FSp SteveBoard nfl mock needs difficult setting.



                  1) dillard
                  2) simmons
                  3) Chauncey Gardner johnson
                  4)daylon mack
                  5) jalen hurd
                  6) takitaki
                  7) Isaiah Prince



                  Last edited by Panamamike; 03-18-2019, 10:52 AM.

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                  • CBS sports aggregate difficult setting...


                    28: R1P28

                    DL JEFFERY SIMMONS
                    MISS. STATE
                    60: R2P28

                    OT YODNY CAJUSTE
                    WEST VIRGINIA
                    91: R3P27

                    C ERIK MCCOY
                    TEXAS A&M
                    130: R4P28

                    S DARNELL SAVAGE, JR.
                    MARYLAND
                    166: R5P28

                    WR JALEN HURD
                    BAYLOR
                    200: R6P27

                    CB SEAN BUNTING
                    C. MICHIGAN
                    242: R7P28

                    LB SIONE TAKITAKI
                    BYU

                    Wasn't targeting Simmons, just the way the board fell.

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                    • Originally posted by Panamamike View Post
                      Today's Mock.2 DT and 2 OT...buh bye Tevi.


                      Ok...not sure how to post it from fanspeak.... FSp SteveBoard nfl mock needs difficult setting.



                      1) dillard
                      2) simmons
                      3) Chauncey Gardner johnson
                      4)daylon mack
                      5) jalen hurd
                      6) takitaki
                      7) Isaiah Prince



                      Now that's a great friggin draft.Works for me,TT sign the men!

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                      • Originally posted by Lone Bolt View Post
                        1st- Christian Wilkins DT Clemson- Not the fastest, not the best rusher, not the biggest anchor...yet he is good at everything, and passed up a pay day last year to go back to school and play for another championship. Character off the charts...and he quietly falls to us at 28, netting us another big steal. I think he ends up having the best career out of this class of
                        DTs.

                        2nd- Kaleb McGary OT Washington- Big, nasty mauler with a blue collar mentality. Non stop motor, great locker room guy...all the tools you want in a RT, but needs plenty of work with his feet in the passing game, and technique overall to stay engaged on run blocks (Will sometimes lose balance and slide off) Beats out Tevi, or develops his pro game for a year as a backup.

                        3rd- Germaine Pratt N.C. State- Converted Safety? ILB who can run and cover and tackle. What's not to like? Linebacking game is not polished, due to position switch...just hasn't been playing there long enough...but that is why we get him in the third. Thomas Davis Jr. anyone?

                        4th- Tyree Jackson QB Buffalo- Surprised he falls this far, we take a chance on an uber talented, but painfully raw prospect. 2-3 years behind Phillip Rivers learning the pro game, and working off season clinics to get that cannon arm fine tuned and accurate, he could be something in this league...or worse case we spend a 4th rounder on a backup.

                        5th- Kendall Sheffield CB Ohio State- Another raw talent who shows a big ceiling, but has yet to put it all together on a consistent basis, relying on his phenomenal recovery speed to bail himself out of mistakes. Tackles like a football player, runs like a track star...but has yet to exhibit playmaking ball skills (remember Jammer?) with few interceptions...nice developmental cornerback though, and special teams gunner to start.

                        6th- Foster Moreau TE LSU- Superior blocker, who surprised at the Senior bowl by showing off more than adequate pass catching skills. High character teammate at LSU, another lunch pail type player who's lack of dominance in any one area allows him to fall to us in the sixth.

                        7th- Nick Brossette RB LSU- Lacking straight line speed, and underachieving somewhat for years at LSU, this is still a talented rock hauler in between the tackles, with good patience and vision, and a low, compact running style...he doesn't go down easy. Also possesses very adequate pass catching skills. He hasn't showed up as a "take it to the house" guy...but could definitely develop into a solid backup/sometimes starter in the league.


                        Here is a breakdown of the changes to my mock (version 2.0) which is in my sig

                        1. My fantasy of Wilkins falling to 28 is put to bed...but my second favorite player, Taylor Rapp, is available at 28. A "Taylor" made Telesco type football player, with superb football intelligence and instincts. Not a track star, but plenty of range, quicker than his 40 time...and he tackles like a pro. Perfect complimentary combo safety to Derwin James.

                        2. We still pick up Pratt to backup Perryman, but we get him in the fourth round....after signing Tyrod for a couple years, I think we pass over QB prospects this year, so no Tyree Jackson.

                        3. So back to the third round, we need to address the Dline, with no activity in resigning Square or Philon...and not landing a blue chipper in the first...really like this kid Saunders. Watch his combine workout...you won't believe how quick he is...Senior bowl tape also good. I see him as a Mebane understudy...more athletic and penetrating than a pure anchor...but with that 2 gap potential as well....those powerful bowling ball types can be a real pain for guards/centers.

                        4. As the draft approaches, players' average draft position is still in flux...I'm seeing little buzz or talk of Sheffield, who is more athlete than football player at this point...but some mocks have Moreau going in the 2nd or 3rd rounds ( I still think he is a day 3 pick)...so I flip flopped these two, but I still like them both for this squad.

                        Sig Mock 2.0
                        1. Taylor Rapp S Washington-Perfect Combo Safety compliment to James
                        2. Kaleb McGary OT Washington- Prototypical RT, feet need coaching
                        3. Khalen Saunders DT W. Illinois- Aaron Donald of the FCS
                        4. Germaine Pratt LB N.C. State- Mike who can run, Backs up Denzel
                        5. Foster Moreau TE LSU- Nasty blocker who, turns out, can catch too
                        6. Kendall Sheffield Ohio State- Freak Athlete to groom, ST Gunner
                        7. Nick Brosette RB LSU- Between the tackles guy who can catch

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                        • Originally posted by Lone Bolt View Post

                          Here is a breakdown of the changes to my mock (version 2.0) which is in my sig

                          1. My fantasy of Wilkins falling to 28 is put to bed...but my second favorite player, Taylor Rapp, is available at 28. A "Taylor" made Telesco type football player, with superb football intelligence and instincts. Not a track star, but plenty of range, quicker than his 40 time...and he tackles like a pro. Perfect complimentary combo safety to Derwin James.

                          2. We still pick up Pratt to backup Perryman, but we get him in the fourth round....after signing Tyrod for a couple years, I think we pass over QB prospects this year, so no Tyree Jackson.

                          3. So back to the third round, we need to address the Dline, with no activity in resigning Square or Philon...and not landing a blue chipper in the first...really like this kid Saunders. Watch his combine workout...you won't believe how quick he is...Senior bowl tape also good. I see him as a Mebane understudy...more athletic and penetrating than a pure anchor...but with that 2 gap potential as well....those powerful bowling ball types can be a real pain for guards/centers.

                          4. As the draft approaches, players' average draft position is still in flux...I'm seeing little buzz or talk of Sheffield, who is more athlete than football player at this point...but some mocks have Moreau going in the 2nd or 3rd rounds ( I still think he is a day 3 pick)...so I flip flopped these two, but I still like them both for this squad.
                          Several hits for me, Brochacho,
                          on my v4,
                          promised by March 20.

                          Late intel means a v4.1 is coming...lol.

                          LB has the right stuff.
                          Taylor Rapp FS#1
                          Tytus Howard ORT#1
                          Khalen Saunders 3TECH#1
                          Te'von Coney SAM#2
                          Foster Moreau TE#2
                          Kyle Phillips LEO#2
                          Jalin Moore RB#3

                          v4

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