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Default Pre May 2014 Mock 6 Rounds

ROUND 1

1. Houston Texans – *Jadeveon Clowney |DE| South Carolina:
If the speculation is right that none of these QBs carry as high of grades as the other positions, I think you could see Houston go Clowney then attempt to trade back up for a passer. Not the greatest fit for a traditional Crennel defense but the trend across the league now is multiple front defenses and Romeo could try to modernize and cook something up. Jadeveon picks his spots but has more potential to take over a game than any other defensive prospect.
NFL Comp. Mario Williams

2. TRADE Buffalo Bills (STL) – *Greg Robinson |OT| Auburn:
Robinson is one of the highest upside OL to come out in a long while. Comparisons like Orlando Pace and Larry Allen are being used with a straight face. But Snead likely wants to trade out. The Rams could make it affordable and the Bills are rumored to have interest in moving up. The Bills need to protect the investment and development of Manuel with better run and pass blocking. Glenn more than held his own last season but this time last year there was talk of the Billls drafting a LT. Glenn is also most certainly due a pay raise after last season. More to chew on; they don't have a competent 2nd string LT and new LG Chris Williams might be more of a back up plan than a solution. Rams get Bills 14’ 2nd and 5th round picks and 15’ 4th.
NFL Comp: Jason Peters

3. Jacksonville Jaguars – *Sam Watkins |WR| Clemson:
I’m wagering Blackmon is not going to be a Jaguar when he eventually gets reinstated. Watkins reminds me of a cross between Torrey Smith and Josh Cribbs but at the very least will be a solid deep threat WR.
NFL Comp: Torrey Smith

4. Cleveland Browns – *Mike Evans |WR| Texas A&M:
Somewhat of a shocker here but it’s been speculated that some teams have Evans graded just a hair behind Watkins.
NFL Comp: Plaxico Burress

5. Oakland Raiders - Khalil Mack |OLB| Buffalo:
Mack would take over Sio Moore’s SLB spot and Moore would become the MLB. Moore was used extensively as a rusher last season and held his own there but his game is more versatile then that. I’m not quite as high on Mack as some but I think he’s a strong fit in this scheme.
NFL Comp. Akeem Ayers

6. Atlanta Falcons – Jake Matthews |OT| Texas A&M:
Matthews isn’t incredible imo but he projects as a very reliable OL and can play wherever you line him up. Falcons love that. Likely grades out better than either of the big 3 OTs of last year. Pass rusher is a glaring need but the Falcons could be looking at guys like Van Noy, Crighton, Attaochu, or Lawrence at the top of round 2.
NFL Comp: Jordan Gross

7. Tampa Bay Buccaneers – *Eric Ebron |TE| North Carolina:
Ebron’s a legit top ten offensive talent. He’s an all pro caliber Jermichael Finley. With Watkins and Evans off the board the Bucs take the best receiver available.
NFL Comp: Jermichael Finley

8. Minnesota Vikings – Anthony Barr |OLB| UCLA:
Barr’s been downgraded recently by some media analysts because of his rawness and finesse but he still has sickening upside. If he’s coached well he’s going to be an all pro. In Zims defense he could start at OLB while also helping as a pass rush specialist in different situations.
NFL Comp: Julian Peterson

9. TRADE St.Louis (BUF) – Aaron Donald |DT| Pittsburgh:
Donald’s hitting everything out the park in pre draft evaluations and raising his stock. Adding him to that Rams Dline would just be wrong.
NFL Comp: Cullen Jenkins

10. Detroit Lions – Darqueze Dennard |CB| Michigan St:
Not much of a playmaker on the ball but everything else has the look of a shut down CB.
NFL Comp: Jason McCourty

11. Tennessee Titans - *Ryan Shazier |ILB| Ohio St:
Blistering athlete that looks undersized to play inside but he’s much better attacking up at the los then retreating out in space. He’s very similar to Daryl Washington when he came out and could likewise grow into the position. Perfect scheme fit for Horton’s style.
NFL Comp: Daryl Washington

12. New York Giants – C.J. Mosley |LB| Alabama:
Mosley is simply a beast of a prospect and could probably fit at any LB position in any defense. Injury history and a good not great senior year, might affect his stock. But not in this scenario as Reese takes bpa which also happens to be a position of need.
NFL Comp: Hardy Nickerson

13. St.Louis Rams - *HaSean Clinton-Dix |FS| Alabama:
Looks like a physical CB playing S.
NFL Comp: Brodney Pool

14. Chicago Bears – *Tim Jernigan|DT| Florida St.:
Looks like a one gap DT but plays stout like a true NT. It'll be harder to be as dominant in the pros but he's a good worker.
NFL Comp. Brandon Mebane

15. Pittsburgh Steelers – Kyle Fuller |CB| Virginia Tech:
Very few weaknesses to his game has his stock rising.
NFL Comp: Jason Allen

16. Dallas Cowboys – Zach Martin |OG| Notre Dame:
Martin doesn’t look great doing it, but he’s a rock solid pass protector and run blocker.
NFL Comp: Justin Pugh

17. Baltimore Ravens – Morgan Moses |OT| Virginia:
Gangly and huge but sneakily athletic. He's higher than most would have him but I think his upside is pretty high.
NFL Comp: King Dunlap

18. New York Jets – *Odell Beckham Jr |WR| LSU:
Beckham is just a great all around playmaker and was clutch for LSU his junior season. His stock is soaring right now.
NFL Comp: Greg Jennings

19. Miami Dolphins – *Xavier Su’a-Filo |OG| UCLA:
Versatile and reliable interior guy most rate as the 2nd best interior OL guy. I think the Dolphins could target the highest graded OL on their board in the first.
NFL Comp. Mike Pouncey

20. Arizona Cardinals - Kyle Van Noy |OLB| BYU:
I’m very high on Van Noy. I think he’s better than any of the DE/OLBs that came out last year. And better than Ealy this year. A great, and really deceptive, all-around game. Demonstrated his effectiveness all week and late in the Senior Bowl game vs top 20 OT Zach Martin, where on three consecutive plays, went in, out, and bull rushed for pressure.
NFL Comp: Mike Vrabel

21. Green Bay Packers – *Calvin Pryor |S| Louisville:
A leader in the secondary who can support the run like a LB but athletic enough to cover deep. I think he’s a better fit in the box then in the deep half, though. Packers got atrocious play from the safeties last year and he’s a potential upgrade at either spot.
NFL Comp: T.J. Ward

22. Philadelphia Eagles – *Brandin Cooks |WR| Oregon St:
Blazing speed but also has strong hands and yac skills. He’ll be a handful in the NFL because he’s smooth but also a blur.
NFL Comp: Victor Cruz

23. TRADE Houston Texans (KC) – *Blake Bortles |QB| Central Florida:
This has to be best case scenario in the Texans camp. They’d still catch flak for passing on Manziel but landing a guy that some project they’d take at #1 is a win. Bortles is like a cross between Ben Roethlisberger and Drew Stanton. Not entirely a knock-I've always been high on Stanton. Chiefs get the Texans 2014 3nd and 5th rounder.
NFL Comp: Drew Stanton

24. Cincinnati Bengals - Justin Gilbert |CB/FS| Oklahoma St:
Speed and playmaking but inconsistencies on tape keep him from the #1 CB.
NFL Comp: Deltha O’Neal

25. San Diego Chargers – Jason Verrett |CB| TCU:
Still my top CB. Playing through an injured shoulder only makes me like him more.
NFL Comp: Joe Haden

26. Cleveland Browns (IND) – *John Manziel |QB| Texas A&M:
Ideal scenario here if the Browns don’t have to move back up to land their QB. Much debate whether that’s Johnny or not but he’s a great fit here on a number of fronts. He’s like a roided Jeff Garcia which makes him the best QB out of this class.
NFL Comp: Russell Wilson

27. New Orleans Saints - *Marqise Lee |WR| USC:
If not for a nagging gimpy knee, Lee might clearly be the best WR in this draft.
NFL Comp: Pierre Garcon

28. TRADE Jacksonville Jaguars (CAR) – *Teddy Bridgewater |QB| Louisville:
Ted’s a deadly accurate passer in the short passing game. The further he goes the less consistent he is but he still can threaten all levels. The slight size, the glove, and a question raising pro day have caused him to slip. I go back and forth on his future prospects but I feel like his weaknesses can be exploited easier than Manziel or Bortles, although he can still carve you up if you let him. Carolina gets a 2014 4th and 5th.
NFL Comp: Ryan Tannehill

29. TRADE Oakland Raiders (NE) – Derek Carr |QB| Fresno St:
Raiders haven’t hid their interest in this guy. McKenzie might be willing to move up to secure a developmental passer with big upside. I’ve been down on Carr all year but recently looked at some older games and came away more encouraged. I questioned his arm strength early last year but he’s clearly got a big gun, he just rarely drove the ball, opting for touch within Fresno’s dink and dunk. The only issue is that he’s too easily sacked and rattled by pressure. But that’s a big issue. NE gets a 2014 4th and 2015 4th.
NFL Comp: Josh McCown

30. San Francisco 49ers – *Kelvin Benjamin |WR| Florida St:
A definite match up problem with upside but a considerable project as well. Call me crazy but I think Benjamin might have more upside as a receiving TE than WR. If he could learn to play outside like Boldin he’ll be in the HOF.
NFL Comp: Reggie Williams

31. Denver Broncos – Jimmie Ward |FS| NIU:
Getting praise nationally for his steady play at NIU and his stock has risen.
NFL Comp. Don Carey

32. Seattle Seahawks – Taylor Lewan |OT| Michigan:
Lewan’s a possible right or left side plug and play guy. But some off the field incidents might hurt his stock. Also I get the sense he doesn’t play as athletic as he tested. I think he's a slide candidate.
NFL Comp: David Diehl


ROUND 2


1. TRADE Kansas City Chiefs (KC) – *Bradley Roby |CB/FS| Ohio St:
Gifted athletically and can do everything in the secondary but was prone to mistakes and poor technique as a junior. Still, he’s arguably the most athletic and physical DB in this class.
NFL Comp: Michael Huff

2. Washington Redskins – Joel Bitonio |OT/OG| Nevada:
Slowing coming out of obscurity after a very good senior week and combine. Being projected to each OL spot by different teams.
NFL Comp: Rodger Saffold

3. Cleveland Browns – Chris Borland |ILB| Wisconsin:
Borland’s a better prospect than Te’o last year, who went #38. I think he’s also a better than Hightower, who went #25 in 12’. He doesn’t hit the arm length benchmark, but they haven’t prevented him from stacking/shedding capably during his Badger career. Z.Thomas is the easy comparison but I see more Teddy Bruschi.
NFL Comp: Teddy Bruschi

4. TRADE New England Patriots (OAK) – *Kony Ealy |DE/OLB| Missouri:
I’ve read top 20 for Ealy but I’m not buying. Great mobility at his size but doesn’t play as well in the trenches and doesn’t have an incredible burst. I think he might be better suited in a hybrid role. His versatility is a plus in NE.
NFL Comp: Calvin Pace

5. Atlanta Falcons – Dee Ford |DE/OLB| Auburn:
Pass rush specialist got better as the season ended then dominated senior week. 1st rounder in most years.
NFL Comp: Cliff Avril

6. Tampa Bay Buccaneers – *Scott Crighton |DE| Oregon St:
Crighton is slowly getting more attention as a top pick. I think he’s the 2nd best DE in this class. More suited as an end in an even front, but showed at the combine he’s athletic enough to play some in a hybrid scheme if needed.
NFL Comp: Jason Babin

7. TRADE Carolina Panthers (JAC) – Jordan Matthews |WR| Vanderbilt:
Quick for his size and has literally carried Vanderbilt’s passing offense.
NFL Comp: Eric Decker

8. Minnesota Vikings – Tom Savage |QB| Pittsburgh:
Rather than trade back up, Spielman might be eying guys like Mett, McCarron, Savage or Garroppolo in the 2nd. I think Savage has a better game than any of those. Functional mobility, a big arm and executes under pressure. He’s a little similar to a pre elbow Carson Palmer.
NFL Comp. Carson Palmer

9. TRADE St. Louis Rams (BUF) – *Cyrus Kouandjio |OT/OG| Alabama:
Technique needs ironing out but he still checked in as an elite upside Olineman …until the combine med check. If their QB checks out the Rams could be a contending team for the remainder of his likely shortened career. Plays inside or out.
NFL Comp: Tyron Smith

10. Tennessee Titans - Carlos Hyde |RB| Ohio St:
The #1 RB.
NFL Comp: Jonathan Stewart

11. New York Giants – *Austin Sefarian-Jenkins |TE| Washington:
ASF is better than he’s getting credit for. Incredible body control and agility at his size. He’ll be a much better pro then college player.
NFL Comp: Rob Gronkowski

12. St. Louis Rams – Rashaad Reynolds |CB| Oregon St:
After the top 3 or 4 it’s a bit of a mystery where the CBs are slotted. Reynolds playmaking is impressive and there’s enough to the rest of his game that I think he could go in the 2nd or 3rd.
NFL Comp. Asante Samuel

13. Detroit Lions – *DeMarcus Lawrence |DE/OLB| Boise St:
Strong all around game despite looking more like a 34 OLB.
NFL Comp. Jabaal Sheard

14. Pittsburgh Steelers – *Louis Nix III |NT| Notre Dame:
Imo not as dominant as he's been touted and has some injury concerns.
NFL Comp: Brandon Williams

15. Dallas Cowboys – Jeremiah Attaochu |DE| Georgia Tech:
Love Attaochu’s motor and style. Also endless nickname potential here.
NFL Comp: Justin Houston

16. Baltimore Ravens – Rashed Hageman |DE| Minnesota:
Immense upside if someone taps into it. Another guy I’ve read top 20 but he’s too way inconsistent for that, imo.
NFL Comp: Chris Canty

17. New York Jets – Stanley Jean-Baptiste |CB| Nebraska:
Showed very good fluidity and awareness senior week. Didn’t run as well as I had thought at the combine but was strong in drills and the short area explosion testing.
NFL Comp: Marcus Coleman

18. Miami Dolphins – Jack Mewhort |OT| Ohio St.
NFL Comp: Adam Terry

19. Chicago Bears – Dominque Easley |DT/DE| Florida:
Other needs here after already taking Jernigan but the value is to too good with Easley, who’s the 2nd best interior DL in the draft. Talented enough to kick out to DE as well.
NFL Comp: Mike Neal

20. Arizona Cardinals – *Devante Adams |WR| Fresno St:
All hands and yac ability.
NFL Comp: Jerricho Cotchery

21. Green Bay Packers – *Jace Amaro |TE| Texas Tech:
Amaro isn’t quite as good as reputed but he is a match up problem.
NFL Comp: Evan Moore

22. Philadelphia Eagles – *Carl Bradford |LB| Arizona St:
Bradford's been a solid hybrid pass rushing DE for the Sun Devils but he could also be a thumping inside LB as a pro. There's a need for both in Philly down the road.
NFL Comp: Kawika Mitchell

23. San Francisco 49ers (KC)- *Bashaud Breeland |CB| Clemson:
NFL Comp. Shareece Wright

24. Cincinnati Bengals – Weston Richburg |OC/OG| Colorado St.
NFL Comp: Alex Mack

25. San Diego Chargers – Daniel McCullers |NT| Texas:
Regularly plays WWE with 300lb OGs when fresh. Looks like a huge immoveable fixture until he flashes impressive athletic ability every now and again.
NFL Comp: Ted Washington

26. New Orleans Saints – *Marcus Martin |OC/OG| USC:
I’m not as high on him as most I guess, but he fills a big need.
NFL Comp. Jason Brown

27. Indianapolis Colts – LaMarcus Joyner |S/CB| Florida State:
Takes over for Bethea.
NFL Comp: Eugene Wilson

28. Carolina Panthers – *Cameron Fleming |OT| Stanford:
He's a people mover in the run game and has good feet in protection.
NFL Comp: Godser Cherilus

29. New England Patriots – *Troy Niklas |TE| Notre Dame:
Niklas is raw but his upside is one of the best at this position in this class.
NFL Comp: Kyle Rudolph

30. San Francisco 49ers – Keith McGill |CB| Utah:
Athletic guy with size but a tweener without a position.
NFL Comp. Brandon Browner

31. Denver Broncos – Jordan Tripp |LB| Montana:
Buzz is growing on Tripp who’s got good tape and showed well at both senior week and the combine.
NFL Comp. Pat Angerer

32 Seattle Seahawks – *Cody Latimer |WR| Indiana:
Another fast riser that looks like a potential #1 guy with development.
NFL Comp. James Jones


ROUND 3


1. TRADE Kansas City Chiefs (HOU) – *Martavis Bryant |WR| Clemson:
Clemson program has been producing top notch receiverss of late.
NFL Comp. Tommy Streeter

2. Washington Redskins – Ja’Wuan James |OT| Tennessee:
NFL Comp: Chris Hairston

3. Oakland Raiders – Gabe Jackson |OG| Mississippi St:
Needs to play more stout given his size, but with good technique, he could be a high level OG for awhile.
NFL Comp: Davin Joseph

4. Atlanta Falcons – Terrance Brooks |FS| Florida St.
NFL Comp. Pierson Prioleau

5. Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Dakota Dozier |OG| Furman:
Still unheralded but I’d take him before a few other more well known.
NFL Comp. Jahri Evans

6. Jacksonville Jaguars – Telvin Smith |LB| Florida St:
He'll grow. And he's got some versatility.
NFL Comp: Larry Foote

7. Cleveland Browns – C.J. Fiedorwicz |TE| Iowa:
One of my favorite sleepers. Browns need as much help in the run game as possible and an upgrade over Barnidge in the passing game. Fiedo’s a better Merc Lewis.
NFL Comp: Marcedes Lewis

8. Minnesota Vikings – Preston Brown |ILB| Louisville:
Riser has a big motor, ranges all other the field and packs a punch.
NFL Comp. Sean Weatherspoon

9. Buffalo Bills – Kareem Martin |DE| North Carolina:
Martin’s a long athletic type. Could be very productive once he learns the nuances of the position and adds strength.
NFL Comp: Reggie Hayward

10. New York Giants – *Stephen Tuitt |DT| Notre Dame:
NFL Comp: Kenyon Coleman

11. St. Louis Rams – Brandon Thomas |OT/OG| Clemson:
Really surprised teams with his talent as a blind side protector senior week. Rising prospect until blowing out his knee in a private workout. Rams have few holes and can afford to take a redshirt blue chip guy.
NFL Comp: Wayne Gandy

12. Detroit Lions – *Donte Montcrief |WR| Ole Miss:
A fast 40 time in Indianapolis could make him a lot of money. Mission accomplished. But I still don’t seem him as a 2nd rounder in this class.
NFL Comp. Dez White

13. San Francisco 49ers (Tenn) – Brent Urban |DE| Virginia:
Another guy I’m a higher on than most.
NFL Comp: Igor Olshansky

14. Dallas Cowboys – Will Sutton |DT| Arizona St:
His energy is what I like most about his game. He’ll be a tone setter. But his weight fluctuation makes his stock hard to project.
NFL Comp: Sen'Derrick Marks

15. Baltimore Ravens – Deone Bucannon |S| Washington St:
Athletic and fills the stat sheet but is a very leaky tackler.
NFL Comp. Josh Bullocks

16. New York Jets – Trent Murphy |OLB/DE| Stanford:
NFL Comp: Jarrett Johnson

17. Miami Dolphins – *Allen Robinson |WR| Penn St:
NFL Comp: Juron Criner

18. Chicago Bears – *Bruce Ellington |WR| South Carolina:
Ellington’s an all-purpose speedster that will make plays.
NFL Comp. Steve Smitty Smith

19. Cleveland Browns (PITT)– *David Yankey |OG| Stanford:
Testing suggests he’s not a great fit for the scheme but tape says otherwise.
NFL Comp: Mike Goff

20. Arizona Cardinals – Zach Mettenberger |QB| LSU:
Met should be in the mix if there’s a rush of QBs taken on the 2nd day but his mobility might be enough of a liability to drop him some.
NFL Comp: Chad Henne

21. Green Bay Packers – Max Bullough |ILB| Michigan St:
Big, physical with a burst and has coverage ability. Very underrated.
NFL Comp: Ben Leber

22. Philadelphia Eagles – Pierre Desir |CB| Lindenwood:
NFL Comp. Josh Norman

23. Kansas City Chiefs – Shayne Skov |ILB| Stanford:
Thumping tone setter for a defense. Skov’s a great tackler and not bad in coverage.
NFL Comp: Bill Romanowski

24. Cincinnati Bengals – Billy Turner |OT/OG| North Dakota St.
NFL Comp: Artis Hicks

25. San Diego Chargers – Jemea Thomas |S| Georgia Tech:
Small, but a heady, consistent player in all aspects.
NFL Comp. Jim Leonard

26. Indianapolis Colts – *Tre Mason |RB| Auburn:
They’re still trying to save face on the TRich trade but could they really pass on Mason if he was still on the board?
NFL Comp: Ryan Matthews

27. New Orleans Saints – Marcus Smith |OLB| Louisville:
NFL Comp.

28. Carolina Panthers – *Paul Richardson |WR| Colorado:
NFL Comp: TY Hilton

29. New England Patriots - Craig Loston |SS| LSU:
Impressive run filling safety with some range.
NFL Comp. Patrick Chung

30. San Francisco 49ers – *Trai Turner |OG| LSU:
NFL Comp.

31. Denver Broncos – *Jarvis Landry |WR| LSU:
NFL Comp. Jason Avant

32. Minnesota Vikings (Sea) – Caraun Reid |DT/DE| Princeton:
NFL Comp. Darwin Walker

*33. Pittsburgh Steelers – Jaylen Watkins |CB/S| Florida:
NFL Comp. Leodis McKelvin

*34. Green Bay Packers – Gabe Ikard |OC| Oklahoma:
NFL Comp.

*35. Baltimore Ravens – *Bishop Sankey |RB| Washington:
Has his supporters and his stock is rising. Pass protection is one of his strengths.
NFL Comp: Jordan Todman

*36. San Francisco 49ers – *Russell Bodine |OC| North Carolina:
NFL Comp:


ROUND 4


1. Houston Texans – DaQuan Jones |NT| Penn State:
A steal if he falls to the third day. Inconsistency and just average physical tools might have him dropping.
NFL Comp: Ryan Pickett

2. Washington Redskins – Crockett Gillmore |TE| Colorado St.
Generated plenty buzz senior week and rumors are he'll go higher than some think. Complete TE with good athleticism.
NFL Comp. Ken Dilger

3. Atlanta Falcons – *Lache Seastrunk |RB| Baylor:
He's like a Darren Sproles minus the catching ability. But he could learn.
NFL Comp: Darren Sproles

4. New York Jets (TB) – *Antonio Richardson |OT/OG| Tennessee:
Big, slow, but fairly reliable OL. I’ve read his grades by NFL teams are all over the place.
NFL Comp: Bobby Massie

5. TRADE Carolina Panthers (JAC) - Arthur Lynch |TE| Georgia:
For a guy that spent so much time inline, Lynch owned defenders senior week as a receiver. Better pro than college guy here if he’s utilized in the pass game.
NFL Comp. Heath Miller

6. Cleveland Browns - Chris Watt |OG| Notre Dame:
Senior season injury keeping him a sleeper but is a tough interior guy that can fire out to the 2nd level with ease.
NFL Comp. Josh Sitton

7. TRADE New England Patriots (OAK) – *Ego Ferguson |DT| LSU:
NFL Comp: Johnathan Babineaux

8. Minnesota Vikings – *Terrance West |RB| Towson:
NFL Comp. Jonathan Dwyer

9. Buffalo Bills – Jackson Jeffcoat |DE| Texas:
NFL Comp: Ricky Sapp

10. St. Louis Rams – Marqueston Huff |CB| Wyoming:
NFL Comp. Brandon Carr

11. Detroit Lions - Bryan Stork |OC| Florida St.
NFL Comp.

12. Tennessee Titans – Jimmy Garoppolo |QB| Eastern Illinois:
Andy Dalton with bad pocket presence. But I guess there’s upside if he gets to sit.
NFL Comp. John Beck

13. New York Giants – James Hurst |OT| North Carolina:
NFL Comp: Sebastian Vollmer

14. Jacksonville Jaguars (BAL) – John Urschel |OG/OC| Penn St:
NFL Comp.

15. New York Jets – Brock Vereen |FS| Minnesota:
NFL Comp.

16. Miami Dolphins – Christian Jones |ILB| Florida St.
NFL Comp. Nate Irving

17. Chicago Bears – *Dion Bailey |S| USC:
Playmaking nickel defender and competition at S.
NFL Comp: Roman Harper

18. Pittsburgh Steelers - Logan Thomas |QB/TE| Virginia Tech:
NFL Comp. Terrelle Pryor

19. Dallas Cowboys – Josh Huff |WR| Oregon:
NFL Comp. Brandon Gibson

20. Arizona Cardinals – Chris Smith |OLB| Arkansas:
A sleeper I’m higher on than most. Guy with a great motor and pretty good strength & explosiveness.
NFL Comp: Derrick Burgess

21. Green Bay Packers – Dri Archer |RS| Kent St:
Electric return man and while learning WR.
NFL Comp. Devon Hester

22. Philadelphia Eagles – DeAndre Coleman |NT| California:
NFL Comp. Rod Walker

23. Cincinnati Bengals – *Jeremy Hill |RB| LSU:
NFL Comp. LaGarrette Blount

24. Kansas City Chiefs – Michael Schofield |OT| Michigan:
NFL Comp: Jason Fox

25. San Diego Chargers – Trevor Reilly |OLB| Utah:
NFL Comp.

26. New Orleans Saints – Robert Herron |WR| Wyoming:
Had a fairly dominant week of practice in Mobile and backed it up with a solid combine.
NFL Comp: Cecil Shorts

27. Cleveland Browns (IND) – Dontae Johnson |CB| NC State:
Length and physicality. Great potential as a press CB but needs refinement in his open field tackling technique.
NFL Comp: Melvin White

28. Carolina Panthers – Antoine Exum |CB/FS| Virginia Tech:
Sleeper due to all the injuries.
NFL Comp: Sanders Cummings

29. San Francisco 49ers – Jeremy Gallon |WR| Michigan:
High points just as well as Benjamin. A steal.
NFL Comp: Golden Tate

30. New England Patriots - Anthony Steen |OG| Alabama:
Zero flash but reliable.
NFL Comp: Joe Andruzzi

31. Denver Broncos – *Devonta Freeman |RB| Florida St:
Dammit Devonta.
NFL Comp. Dominic Rhodes

32. Seattle Seahawks – Terrance Mitchell |CB| Oregon:
NFL Comp. Trumaine Johnson

*33. Detroit Lions – *Marcus Roberson |CB| Florida:
NFL Comp: Darius Slay

*34. Baltimore Ravens – Eric Thomas |WR| Troy:
Sleeper talent .
NFL Comp. T.J. Houshmanzedah

*35. Houston Texans - Ed Reynolds |FS| Stanford:
NFL Comp. Eric Smith

*36. Detroit Lions – Jared Abbredarris |WR| Nebraska:
NFL Comp. Austin Collie

*37. New York Jets – Jordan Zumwalt |ILB|UCLA:
Could be this year’s Kiko.
NFL Comp: Stewart Bradley

*38. Baltimore Ravens – *Kelcy Quarles |DE| South Carolina:
NFL Comp. C.J. Mosley

*39 Atlanta Falcons – *Cyril Richardson |OG| Baylor:
NFL Comp: Chris Williams

*40. New England Patriots - A.J. McCarron |QB| Alabama:
A.J.'s more athletic than he gets credit for. If he improves his strength, he'll be a good starting NFL QB.
NFL Comp. Alex Smith


ROUND 5


1. TRADE Kansas City Chiefs (HOU) – Jeff Janis |WR| Saginaw Valley St:
NFL Comp. Riley Cooper

2. Washington Redskins – Travis Swanson |OC| Arkansas:
NFL Comp: Adam Treu

3. Tampa Bay Buccaneers – T.J. Jones |WR| Notre Dame:
NFL Comp. Hines Ward

4. TRADE Carolina Panthers (JAC) – Jon Halapio |OG| Florida:
NFL Comp. Willie Colon

5. Cleveland Browns – Seantrel Henderson |OT| Florida St:
NFL Comp: George Foster

6. Seattle Seahawks (OAK) – Christian Kirksey |LB| Iowa:
NFL Comp. James Anderson

7. Atlanta Falcons – Kenny Ladler |S| Vanderbilt:
NFL Comp.

8. Minnesota Vikings – Laurent Duvernay-Tardiff |OG/OT| McGill:
NFL Comp.

9. TRADE St. Louis (BUF) – Charles Sims |RB| West Virginia:
Became a workhorse for WVU by mid season as a runner and receiver.
NFL Comp: Joseph Randle

10. Jacksonville Jaguars (DET) – *Louchez Purifoy |CB| Florida:
NFL Comp:

11. Tennessee Titans – Dexter McDougle |CB| Maryland:
NFL Comp. Vontae Davis

12. New York Giants – Kevin Pierre Louis |LB| Boston College:
NFL Comp. Malcolm Smith

13. St. Louis Rams – Tajh Boyd |QB| Clemson:
NFL Comp. Tyrod Taylor

14. New York Jets – *Richard Rogers |TE| California:
NFL Comp.

15. Miami Dolphins – *Yawin Smallwood |ILB| UConn:
Not a great athlete but instinctive and a thumper inside.
NFL Comp: Tim Dobbins

16. Chicago Bears – Dezmen Southward |CB| Wisconsin:
NFL Comp. Dominque Franks

17. Pittsburgh Steelers – Jeremiah George |ILB| Iowa State:
NFL Comp.

18. Dallas Cowboys – Alden Darby |FS| Arizona St.
NFL Comp.

19. Jacksonville Jaguars (BAL) – Jacob Pederson |TE| Wisconsin:
NFL Comp. Billy Miller

20. Arizona Cardinals – Isaiah Lewis |S| Michigan St.
NFL Comp. Donte Whitner

21. Green Bay Packers – Adrien Hubbard |OLB| Alabama:
NFL Comp. Manny Lawson

22. New Orleans Saints – Phillip Gaines |CB| Rice:
NFL Comp. Jordan Poyer

23. Kansas City Chiefs – Howard Jones |OLB| Shepherd:
Can the workout warrior of the combine actually play?
NFL Comp.

24. Cincinnati Bengals – Ahmad Dixon |S| Baylor:
Productive and smart for the Bears but showed too much stiffness in pre draft practices.
NFL Comp: Duke Ihanacho

25. San Diego Chargers – Anthony Johnson |DE| LSU:
NFL Comp. Mike Martin

26. Indianapolis Colts – Tyler Larsen |OC| Utah St.
NFL Comp.

27. New Orleans Saints – Justin Britt |OT| Missouri:
NFL Comp. Breno Giacomini

28. Carolina Panthers – Jerick McKinnon |RB/CB| Georgia Southern:
NFL Comp: Dion Lewis

29. Philadelphia Eagles (NE) – Tenny Palepoi |DE| Utah:
NFL Comp: Lamarr Houston

30. San Francisco 49ers – *Brett Smith |QB| Wyoming:
NFL Comp: Josh Johnson

31. Denver Broncos – Ryan Groy |OG| Wisconsin:
NFL Comp

32. Seattle Seahawks – *De’Anthony Thomas |WR| Oregon:
NFL Comp. Chris Rainey

*33. Pittsburgh Steelers – Ed Stinson |DE| Alabama:
Limited as a pass rusher but one of the best run defenders in the draft.
NFL Comp:

*34. New York Giants - Cody Hoffman |WR| BYU:
NFL Comp. David Nelson

*35. Baltimore Ravens - Prince Shembo |ILB| Notre Dame:
NFL Comp. Arthur Moats

*36. Green Bay Packers – Garrett Gilbert |QB| SMU:
Gilbert’s one of the best developmental QB’s in this class.
NFL Comp. Josh McCown


ROUND 6


1. Houston Texans – Donald Hawkins |OT| Oklahoma:
NFL Comp.

2. Washington Redskins – Andrew Jackson |ILB| W. Kentucky:
NFL Comp. E.J. Henderson

3. Jacksonville Jaguars – Charles Leno |OT| Boise St:
NFL Comp. Anthony Collins

4. Cleveland Browns – Trey Millard | FB| Oklahoma:
NFL Comp. Delanie Walker

5. Houston Texans (OAK) – Andre Williams |RB| Boston College:
NFL Comp. Antowain Smith

6. Atlanta Falcons – Trey Burton |TE/WR| Florida:
NFL Comp. Charles Clay

7. Chicago Bears (TB) – Will Clarke |DE| West Virgina:
NFL Comp.

8. Minnesota Vikings – Ben Gardner |DE| Stanford:
NFL Comp.

9. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (BUF) – Kevin Norwood |WR| Alabama:
NFL Comp. Sam Hurd

10. Tennessee Titans – Shamar Stephen |NT| UConn:
Looked like a monster with upside senior week but didn’t do much at UConn.
NFL Comp. Antonio Garay

11. New York Giants – Cassius Marsh |DE| UCLA:
Sleeper that I've seen more praise for of late. I like his game and he could end up a better pro than college player. Potential as a DL or OLB.
NFL Comp. Michael Bennett

12. St. Louis Rams – *Jonathan Dowling |S| W.Kentucky:
NFL Comp.

13. Detroit Lions – *Khairi Fort |ILB| California:
NFL Comp.

14. Miami Dolphins – Mike Campanaro |WR| Vanderbilt:
Looked like one of the best slot types at senior week practices.
NFL Comp.

15. Chicago Bears – Tre Boston |FS| North Carolina:
NFL Comp. Marcus Gilchrist

16. Pittsburgh Steelers – *Brandon Coleman |WR| Rutgers:
NFL Comp. Ramses Barden

17. Kansas City Chiefs (DALL) – Aaron Colvin |CB| Oklahoma:
Started receiving some high round hype before suffering an injury in Mobile.
NFL Comp.

18. Baltimore Ravens – Kendall James |CB| Maine:
NFL Comp.

19. New York Jets – Kirby Van Der Kamp |P| Iowa St:
NFL Comp:

20. Arizona Cardinals – Jake Murphy |TE| Utah:
NFL Comp.

21. Green Bay Packers – Shaq Evans |WR| UCLA:
NFL Comp. Devin Thomas

22. New England Patriots – Jonotthan Harrison |OC| Florida:
NFL Comp.

23. Cincinnati Bengals – Xavius Boyd |LB| W. Kentucky:
NFL Comp. Craig Robertson

24. Kansas City Chiefs – Jalen Saunders |WR| Oklahoma:
NFL Comp. Dennis Northcutt

25. San Diego Chargers – David Fales |QB| San Jose St.
NFL Comp. David Carr

26. New Orleans Saints – Walt Aikens |CB| Liberty:
NFL Comp.

27. Indianapolis Colts – Beau Allen |NT| Wisconsin:
NFL Comp.

28. Carolina Panthers – Mike Davis |WR| Texas:
NFL Comp: Robert Meachem

29. Jacksonville Jaguars (SF) – *Storm Johnson |RB| UCF:
NFL Comp. Chester Taylor

30. New England Patriots - *Ka'Deem Carey |RB| Arizona:
Has everything but it’s just in a small package. But poor testing and off field issues could send his stock spiraling.
NFL Comp: Cadillac Williams

31. Denver Broncos – Chris Davis |S| Auburn:
NFL Comp. Chris Owens

32. Seattle Seahawks – Conner Shaw |QB| S. Carolina:
NFL Comp.

*33. New York Jets – Travis Carrie |CB| Ohio:
NFL Comp.

*34. New York Jets - Justin Ellis |NT| Louisiana Tech.
Massive but showed good burst in practices.
NFL Comp.

*35. Houston Texans – Avery Williamson |ILB| Kentucky:
NFL Comp.

*36. Cincinnati Bengals – Aaron Murray |QB| Georgia:
NFL Comp. Charlie Frye

*37. New York Jets – Devon Street |WR| Pittsburgh:
NFL Comp. Dominek Hixon

*38. St. Louis Rams – A.C. Leonard |TE| Tennessee St.
NFL Comp.

*39. Pittsburgh Steelers - Jonathan Newsome |OLB/DE| Ball St:
NFL Comp.

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New England
DE/OLB Kony Ealy
TE Troy Niklas
S Craig Loston
DT Ego Ferguson
QB A.J. McCarron
OC Jonotthan Harrison
RB Ka'Deem Carey

New York Jets
WR Odell Beckham Jr
CB Stanley Jean Baptiste
OLB Trent Murphy
OT/OG Antonio Richardson
FS Brock Vereen
ILB Jordan Zumwalt
TE Richard Rogers
P Kirby Van Der Kamp
CB Travis Carrie
NT Justin Ellis
WR Devon Street

Miami Dolphins
OG Xavier Su'a Filo
OT Jack Mewhort
WR Allan Robinson
OLB Christian Jones
ILB Yawin Smallwood
WR Michael Campanaro

Buffalo Bills
OT Greg Robinson
DE Kareem Martin
DE Jackson Jeffcoat

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Cincinnati Bengals
CB/FS Justin Gilbert
OC Weston Richburg
OT/OG Billy Turner
RB Jeremy Hill
S Ahmad Dixon
OLB Xavius Boyd
QB Aaron Murray

Pittsburgh Steelers
CB/FS Bradley Roby
NT Louis Nix
CB Jaylen Watkins
QB/TE Logan Thomas
ILB Jeremiah George
DE Ed Stinson
WR Brandon Coleman
OLB Jonathan Newsome

Baltimore Ravens
OT Morgan Moses
DE Rashed Hageman
S Deone Bucannon
RB Bishop Sankey
WR Eric Thomas
DE Kelcy Quarles
ILB Prince Shembo
CB Kendall James

Cleveland Browns
WR Mike Evans
QB John Manziel
ILB Chris Borland
TE C.J. Fiedorwicz
OG David Yankey
OG Chris Watt
CB Dontae Johnson
OT Seantrel Henderson
FB Trey Millard

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Indianapolis Colts
S Lamarcus Joyner
RB Tre Mason
OC Tyler Larsen
NT Beau Allen

Tennessee Titans
ILB Ryan Shazier
RB Carlos Hyde
QB Jim Garoppolo
CB Dexter McDougle
NT Shamar Stephen

Jacksonville Jaguars
WR Sam Watkins
QB Ted Bridgewater
LB Telvin Smith
OG/OC John Urschel
CB Louchez Purifoy
TE Jacob Pederson
OT Charles Leno
RB Storm Johnson

Houston Texans
DE/OLB Jadeveon Clowney
QB Blake Bortles
NT DaQuan Jones
FS Ed Reynolds
OT Donald Hawkins
RB Andre Williams
ILB Avery Williamson

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Denver Broncos
FS/CB Kyle Fuller
ILB Jordan Tripp
WR Jarvis Landry
RB Devonta Freeman
OG Ryan Groy
S/CB Chris Davis

Kansas City Chiefs
FS Jimmy Ward
WR Martavis Bryant
ILB Shayne Skov
OT Michael Schofield
WR Jeff Janis
OLB Howard Jones
CB Aaron Colvin
WR/RS Jalen Saunders

San Diego Chargers
CB Jason Verrett
NT Daniel McCullers
S Jemea Thomas
OLB Trevor Reilly
DE Anthony Johnson
QB David Fales

Oakland Raiders
LB Khalil Mack
QB Derek Carr
OG Gabe Jackson

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Philadelphia
WR Brandin Cooks
LB Carl Bradford
CB Pierre Desir
NT Deandre Coleman
DE Tenny Palepoi

Dallas
OG Zach Martin
DE Jeremiah Attaochu
DT Will Sutton
WR Josh Huff
S Alden Darby

New York Giants
LB C.J. Mosley
TE Austin Sefearian Jenkins
DT Stephen Tuitt
OT James Hurst
LB Kevin Pierre Louis
WR Cody Hoffman
DE Cassius Marsh

Washington
OT/OG Joel Bitonio
OT Ja’Wuan James
TE Crockett Gillmore
OC Travis Swanson
ILB Andrew Jackson

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Green Bay Packers
S Calvin Pryor
TE Jace Amaro
ILB Max Bollough
OC Gabe Ikard
RS Dri Archer
OLB Adrien Hubbard
QB Garrett Gilbert
WR Shaq Evans

Chicago Bears
DT Tim Jernigan
DT/DE Dominque Easley
WR Bruce Ellington
S Dion Bailey
CB Dezmen Southward
DE Will Clarke
FS Tre Boston

Detroit Lions
CB Darqueze Dennard
DE Demarcus Lawrence
WR Donte Montcrief
OC Bryan Stork
CB Marcus Roberson
WR Jared Abbredaris
LB Khairi Fort

Minnesota Vikings
OLB Anthony Barr
QB Tom Savage
ILB Preston Brown
DT Caraun Reid
RB Terrence West
OG/OT Laurent Tardiff Duvernay
DE Ben Gardner

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Carolina Panthers
WR Jordan Matthews
OT Cameron Fleming
WR Paul Richardson
TE Arthur Lynch
CB/FS Antone Exum
OG Jon Halapio
CB/RB Jerick McKinnon
WR Mike Davis

New Orleans Saints
WR Marqise Lee
OC Marcus Martin
OLB Marcus Smith
WR Robert Herron
CB Phillip Gaines
OT Justin Britt
CB Walt Aikens

Atlanta Falcons
OT Jake Matthews
DE Dee Ford
FS Terrance Brooks
RB Lache Seastrunk
OG Cyril Richardson
S Kenny Ladler
TE Trey Burton

Tampa Bay Buccaneers
TE Eric Ebron
DE Scott Crighton
OG Dakota Dozier
WR T.J. Jones
WR Kevin Norwood

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Seattle Seahawks
OT Taylor Lewan
WR Cody Latimer
CB Terrance Mitchell
OLB Christian Kirksey
WR/RS D'Anthony Thomas
QB Conner Shaw

San Francisco
WR Kelvin Benjamin
CB Bashaud Breeland
CB/S Keith McGill
DE Brent Urban
OG Trai Turner
OC Russell Bodine
WR Jeremy Gallon
QB Brett Smith

Arizona Cardinals
OLB Kyle Van Noy
WR Devante Adams
QB Zach Mettenberger
OLB Chris Smith
TE Jack Murphy

St.Louis Rams
DT Aaron Donald
FS HaSean Clinton Dix
OT/OG Cyrus Kouandjio
CB Rashaad Reynolds
OG/OT Brandon Thomas
CB Marqueston Huff
RB Charles Sims
QB Tajh Boyd
SS Jonathan Dowling
TE A.C. Leonard
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Buffalo is not trading up. Why would they trade up for Robinson, when they need a RT in a very deep RT draft. That would just be so dumb. The Bills are going to sit at 9 or trade down and draft an OT or a playmaker in round one.
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I really don't like Morgan Moses at 17. To me it would be a surprise to see Baltimore go after a guy that's strictly a tackle. I'm betting it will be somebody like Zack Martin, Joel Bitonio, or maybe even Brandon Thomas later on as a draft-and-stash guy while using this year to see what they have in Rick Wagner and/or Osemele at left guard. If anything I think it's more likely that they go after someone that's strictly guard. Everything else looks pretty good except the last pick. That one makes no sense. Justin Tucker isn't going anywhere else soon.

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All good solid picks for Sf. I would of gone after tom savage for a late round pick instead of Smith.
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While I like all the individual players, the Bucs can't afford to wait until the 5th and on for receivers. After Vincent Jackson they have 5 special teamers. TE is a need but they can survive with Myers and Tim Wright if they have to. DE needs depth but they've got starters already. None are bad picks but they can't be made at the expense of waiting on WRs.

Overall I like your guts in letting all the QBs drop according to their actual value, but it's just not realistic. ARI at the very worst isn't going to pass on their pick of the litter, and TEN and MIN would consider a QB if they're all available.
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All good solid picks for Sf. I would of gone after tom savage for a late round pick instead of Smith.
Then you would've had to draft him instead of Benjamin. Savage went 10 picks later.

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Rather than trade back up, Spielman might be eying guys like Mett, McCarron, Savage or Garroppolo in the 2nd. I think Savage has a better game than any of those. Functional mobility, a big arm and executes under pressure. He’s a little similar to a pre elbow Carson Palmer.
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I can't be mad at the Benjamin pick but I hate the Boom/Bust quality exhibited even by those that like him, such as yourself.

HOF potential but reminds of Reggie Williams.

Scary dichotomy.
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With how you have the draft falling, I would be happy as a Falcons fan. Not sure about Jamea Thomas but the position is right.
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Nice Miami draft, although I doubt we take 2 WR's. I wouldn't mind it, but with the Damian Williams signing, we have a log jam at WR. The rest of the draft is very solid though.
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ILB Max Bollough
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OLB Adrien Hubbard
QB Garrett Gilbert
WR Shaq Evans
#1- A+ Rep for effort, clean look, great summary, format, 6 rounds.

#2- Pryor is great, hope he makes it to us. I like Niklas more than Amaro, but he's an upgrade for us so it's good.
Not sure about Bullough that high, but I think he is an instant upgrade over Brad Jones.
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I really don't like Morgan Moses at 17. To me it would be a surprise to see Baltimore go after a guy that's strictly a tackle. I'm betting it will be somebody like Zack Martin, Joel Bitonio, or maybe even Brandon Thomas later on as a draft-and-stash guy while using this year to see what they have in Rick Wagner and/or Osemele at left guard. If anything I think it's more likely that they go after someone that's strictly guard. Everything else looks pretty good except the last pick. That one makes no sense. Justin Tucker isn't going anywhere else soon.
Yeah. Spaced on Tucker. I was strictly going by who's paid the most attention to kickers this draft season and didn't look at the roster. It's interesting that it's Baltimore and Tucker has just a year left, but I see it as them doing due diligence for a UDFA guy to groom. Small schooler CB Kendall James instead.
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While I like all the individual players, the Bucs can't afford to wait until the 5th and on for receivers. After Vincent Jackson they have 5 special teamers. TE is a need but they can survive with Myers and Tim Wright if they have to. DE needs depth but they've got starters already. None are bad picks but they can't be made at the expense of waiting on WRs.

Overall I like your guts in letting all the QBs drop according to their actual value, but it's just not realistic. ARI at the very worst isn't going to pass on their pick of the litter, and TEN and MIN would consider a QB if they're all available.
I find it very debatable Arizona or Tenn would take a 1st round QB even if it was the first one taken. You might well be right about the WRs. Although in this draft, a 5th round WR might be as high as a 3rd in other years.
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HOF potential but reminds of Reggie Williams.

Scary dichotomy.
Agreed but I'm no fan of Benjamin. Reasoning was more a possible rationalization. If the Niners were to draft him, I'm sure they would be expecting Boldin to mentor.
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Horrible job on Rams draft. Literally the worst I've seen.
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saints have the 29th pick in the fifth for the sproles trade.

Kinda like most of the saints draft although passing up on corner is a bit of a sin and marcus martin in the second is a round too high iyam
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Solid job for the cowboys, well done.
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Buffalo is not trading up. Why would they trade up for Robinson, when they need a RT in a very deep RT draft. That would just be so dumb. The Bills are going to sit at 9 or trade down and draft an OT or a playmaker in round one.
I think it's a safe bet Robinson is the #1 man on their board. And the Rams are known to want to trade out. So the question is how costly would it be to trade up? If the Rams really want to drop down and make it a steal in terms of the value chart, is it worth it?
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For the Jets:

Hate to wait till round 5 for a TE but honestly....this is a pretty good draft. I might go with a TE over an OG/OT and use a round 5 pick for that but outside of that, you hit on many needs and get very good value with each move.

I would have no qualms using a 6th round comp. pick on KVDP or Hornsey(The two projected best punters)....so the fact that both men are around by round 7 means we gotta get a punter to cap off what would be a splendid haul.

Though we did this with McKnight as far as a RB/CB goes, I think if we sign Chris Johnson....that we don't get a speedy RB in this draft. Feel free to give the Jets a SS there. Want both Antonio Allen and Jaiquan Jarrett to come into camp and preseason with competition/chip on their shoulder.

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CB Darqueze Dennard
NT Louis Nix
CB Jaylen Watkins
QB/TE Logan Thomas
ILB Jeremiah George
DE Ed Stinson
WR Brandon Coleman
OLB Jonathan Newsome

That is truly a ridiculously stacked steelers draft. My one problem is i think brandon coleman is a terrible player and WR is a pretty big need.

I have Watkins a SOLID second round grade, maybe even first....but he is incredible value at the 3rd round comp pick. Id say the steelers take Beckham/Lee/Benjamin in one and address the defense heavily after that. Love Nix/Watkins/Stinson
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Yeah. Spaced on Tucker. I was strictly going by who's paid the most attention to kickers this draft season and didn't look at the roster. It's interesting that it's Baltimore and Tucker has just a year left, but I see it as them doing due diligence for a UDFA guy to groom. Small schooler CB Kendall James instead.
It's weird, Baltimore seems to talk to kickers at the Senior Bowl/combine every offseason even when they're set at the position. If it was somebody that has punter experience too I could see the reasoning since Koch might need replacing fairly soon. Even though Tucker only has a year left on his contract I firmly believe the team would make him the highest paid kicker in the league before letting him walk.
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DE/OLB Kony Ealy
TE Troy Niklas
S Craig Loston
DT Ego Ferguson
QB A.J. McCarron
OC Jonotthan Harrison
RB Ka'Deem Carey
I would be OK with that Pats' draft. I am not a huge Ealy fan, but he has the frame that BB looks for in pass rushers.

The rest of the draft I would definitely be on board with. Loston may be a bit of a reach there in my opinion, but I would not complain with that draft at all. I would like to see us draft a receiver but I have a feeling that it isn't going to happen anyways so I would take this.
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I think it's a safe bet Robinson is the #1 man on their board. And the Rams are known to want to trade out. So the question is how costly would it be to trade up? If the Rams really want to drop down and make it a steal in terms of the value chart, is it worth it?
No its not worth it. No, I also dont think he's # 1 on their board either. Is he high on the board yes but they still need to add depth. If they traded up to # 2 for Robinson i'd flip especially with the likelihood the Bills could walk out with either Ebron, Evans, Matthews, or Beckham Jr in the first and most likely will have the option between Kouandjio, Richardson, and maybe Moses in the 2nd round.

It just doesn't make sense when there are going to be more than capable starting RT's in the 2nd round or they can take a guy like Matthews(if he is there in the first) and then get a guy like Moncrief, Nicklas, Robinson, Matthews etc. It would just be a stupid trade.
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Horrible job on Rams draft. Literally the worst I've seen.
I think you're nuts. I love that Rams draft. HaHa and Donald are fantastic fits that would put that D over the top. Kouandjio is a great fit for their RT hole, Thomas is a nice investment in the future, Sims is the pass catching back they need and Leonard is a nice gamble that could help them at TE with his speed.
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Tom Savage? Do my eyes deceive me? No thanks. I'll take Mettenberger over McCarron over Fales over Savage.

Savage would put the vikings in the same TJack/ Ponder situation as we've had for the last few years. Just not a good pick.

Barr is good. I wouldn't mind Barr at 8 at all. The rest of the draft is just meh. I think there are better values at other positions and players.
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