Originally Posted by CashmoneyDrew
I used to doodle my big boards on sheet paper when I would get bored. That is, until one morning my freshman year of college I was doing my rankings while eating breakfast on campus between classes. This hot girl I knew from high school walked up from behind me and surprised me. She sat down and had breakfast with me and immediately asked what my list was. The sheer embarrassment of the situation never allowed me to recover and I would never doodle lists again. I'm sure she thought I was a serial killer or something after that.
I literally write either a big board, light positional rankings, or one round mock draft in EVERY class I attend (provided it's not a very short class or intensive note-taking.) I wish I were lying, because it is pretty pathetic. From September-November I'll usually do power rankings as well (or instead of positionals.)
This isn't something I just started in college, no... I've been filling up notebooks this way since my freshman year of high school. I had one class yesterday and of course, I have my Top 5 by position & Top 50 on the page next to my Sports Law notes.
I can't recall ever having been called out by a girl, but I'll write them up in front of them without thinking twice about it. As I've always said, this is something I am pursuing in a career sense and I think it's a hell of a lot more interesting than accounting, economics, computer programming, etc.
.... But to address the actual post. I agree that Jeff Fuller shouldn't even be on the list. Also, Zeitler probably won't sniff the first round though he is a good player. I think one TE (max) winds up in the 1st, also. Additionally, don't sleep on Brock Osweiler as a potential First Rd'er. I don't like him to that degree, but some teams will fall in love and agent Tom Condon will have the chance to manufacture hype as he did with Blaine Gabbert just a year ago.