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    (3/5) K-Ro's 4 Round Mock. UPDATED DRAFT (3.1) [Revis Trade]

    [QUOTE=K-Ro 25;4838712]Round One:

    1.) Kansas City Chiefs - Luke Joeckel [OT; Texas A&M]
    2.) Jacksonville Jaguars - Geno Smith [QB; WVU]
    3.) Oakland Raiders - Sharrif Floyd [DT; Florida]
    4.) Philadelphia Eagles - Dion Jordan [OLB; Oregon]
    5.) Detroit Lions - Ezekial Ansah [DE/OLB; [DE/OLB; BYU]
    6.) Cleveland Browns - Dee Milliner [CB; Alabama]
    7.) Arizona Cardinals - Lane Johnson LT; Oklahoma]
    8.) Buffalo Bills - Chance Warmack [OG; Alabama]
    9.) New York Jets - Barkevious Mingo [OLB; LSU]
    10.) Tennessee Titans - Star Lotulelei [DT; Utah]
    11.) San Diego Chargers - Jonathan Cooper [OG; UNC]
    12.) Miami Dolphins - Eric Fisher [LT; Western Michigan]
    13.) New York Jets - Tavon Austin [WR; West Virginia]
    14.) Carolina Panthers - Sheldon Richardson [DT; Missouri]
    15.) New Orleans Saints - Xavier Rhodes [CB; FSU]
    16.) St. Louis Rams - Kenny Vaccaro [S; DBU]
    17.) Pittsburgh Steelers - Damontre Moore [DE/OLB; Texas A&M]
    18.) Dallas Cowboys - DJ Fluker [OT/G; Alabama]
    19.) New York Giants - Arthur Brown [ILB; K-State]
    20.) Chicago Bears - Manti Te'o [ILB; ND]
    21.) Cincinnati Bengals - Alec Ogletree [LB; Georgia]
    22.) St. Louis Rams - Cordarrelle Patteron [WR; Tennessee]
    23.) Minnesota Vikings - Justin Hunter [WR; Tennessee]
    24.) Indianapolis Colts - Jarvis Jones [OLB; Georgia]
    25.) Minnesoata Vikings - Sylvester Williams [DT: UNC]
    26.) Green Bay Packers - Jonathan Hankins [DT; Ohio State]
    27.) Houston Texans - De'Andre Hopkins [WR; Clemson]
    28.) Denver Broncos - Jonathan Cyprian [S; FIU]
    29.) New England Patriots - Margus Hunt [DE; SMU]
    30.) Atlanta Falcons - Desmond Trufant [CB; Washington]
    31.) San Francisco 49'ers - Eric Reid [S; LSU]
    32.) Baltimore Ravens - Kevin Minter [ILB; LSU]

    Round 2:

    33.) Jaguars - Jonathan Banks CB, Mississippi State
    34.) San Francisco 49'ers - Dante Jones DE UCLA
    35.) Eagles - Jamar Taylor CB Boise State
    36.) Lions - Menalik Watson, OT, Florida State
    37.) Bengals - Matt Elam, S, Florida
    38.) Cardinals - Justin Pugh, OG, Syracuse
    39.) Jets - Tyler Eifert, TE, ND
    40.) Titans - Larry Warford, OG, Tennessee
    41.) Bills - Matt Barkley, QB, USC
    42.) Dolphins - Bjoern Werner, DE, FSU
    43.) Bucs - Alex Okafor, DE, Texas
    44.) Panthers - Keenan Allen WR Cal
    45.) Chargers - Darius Slay CB Mississippi State
    46.) Rams - Sio Moore LB OLB UConn
    47.) Cowboys - Kawaan Short, DT, Purdue
    48.) Steelers - Quinton Patton WR Louisiana Tech
    49.) Giants - Cornellius Carradine DE FSU
    50.) Bears - Zach Ertz TE Stanford
    51.) Redskins - Jesse Williams, NT, Alabama
    52.) Vikings - Khaseem Greene ILB Rutgers
    53.) Bengals - Gio Bernard, RB, UNC
    54.) Dolphins - Logan Ryan, CB, Rutgers
    55.) Packers - Travis Frederick, C, Wisconsin
    56.) Seahawks - Terron Armstead, OT, Arkansas Pine
    57.) Texans - John Jenkins DT Georgia
    58.) Broncos - Travis Kelce TE Cincinnati
    59.) Patriots - Robert Woods WR; USC
    60.) Falcons - Gavin Escobar, TE, San Diego State
    61.) 49ers - Ryan Swope WR A&M
    62.) Ravens - DJ Swearinger S South Carolina

    Round 3:

    63.) Kansas City Chiefs - Vance McDonald TE Rice
    64.) Jacksonville Jaguars - Jamie Collins OLB Mississippi State
    65.) Detroit Lions - BW Webb, CB, William and Mary
    66.) Oakland Raiders - Ryan Nassib QB Syracuse
    67.) Philadelphia Eagles - EJ Manuel QB, Florida State
    68.) Cleveland Browns - Dion Sims TE Michigan State
    69.) Arizona Cardinals - Mike Glennon, QB, NC State
    70.) Tennessee Titans - Jordan Reed TE Florida
    71.) Buffalo Bills - Terrance Williams WR Baylor
    72.) New York Jets - Christine Michael RB Texas A&M
    73.) New York Jets - Barrett Jones, C/G, Alabama
    74.) San Francisco 49'ers - Kyle Long, OG, Oregon
    75.) New Orleans Saints - Shamakro Thomas, S, Syracuse
    76.) San Diego Chargers - Da'Rick Rogers, WR, Tennessee Tech
    77.) Miami Dolphins - Montee Ball, RB, Wisconsin
    78.) St Louis Rams - Cornelius Washington, LB, Georgia
    79.) Pittsburgh Steelers - Eddie Lacy RB Alabama
    80.) Dallas Cowboys - Brennan Williams OT North Carolina
    81.) New York Giants -Robert Alford, CB, South Louisiana
    82.) Miami Dolphins - David Amerson CB/S, NC State
    83.) Minnesota Vikings - Blidi-Wreh Wilson, CB, UConn
    84.) Cincinnati Bengals - Bacarri Rambo S, Georgia
    85.) Washington Redskins - Stedman Bailey, WR, WVU
    86.) Indianapolis Colts - Cornelius Washington, PR, Georgia
    87.) Seattle Seahawks - Brandon Williams NG Missouri Southern
    88.) Green Bay Packers - Leveon Bell HB MSU
    89.) Houston Texans - Brian Winters, OG, K-State
    90.) Denver Broncos - Oday Abouishi OT/G Virginia
    91.) New England Patriots - Jordan Mills, OT, Louisiana Tech
    92.) Atlanta Falcons - Will Davis CB Utah State
    93.) San Francisco 49ers - Marcus Lattimore RB South Carolina
    94.) Baltimore Ravens - Aaron Dobson WR Marshall
    95.) Kansas City (Compensatory): Matt Scott QB Arizona
    96.) Tennessee (Compensatory): Michael Buchanan DE Illinois
    97.) New Orleans (Compensatory): Markus Wheaton WR Oregon State
    98.) Houston (Compensatory): Kevin Riddick ILB

    Round 4:

    99. Kansas City: Kenny Stills WR Oklahoma
    100. Jacksonville: Kwame Gaethers, NG, Georgia
    101. Oakland: Jonathan Franklin RB UCLA
    102. Philadelphia: Kiki Olonso ILB Oregon
    103. Minnesota (From Detroit): Denard Robinson Athlete Michigan
    104. Arizona: Phillip Thomas S Nevada
    105. Cleveland: Nico Johnson ILB Alabama
    106. Buffalo: David Quessenberry OG San Jose State
    107. New York Jets: Tyrann Mathieu FS LSU
    108. Tennessee: Taverris King WR Georgia
    109. Carolina: Brandon McGee CB Miami
    110. New Orleans: Shawn Williams S Georgia
    111. San Diego: Andre Ellington RB Clemson
    112. Miami: Nick Kasa TE Colorado
    113. Tampa Bay: Leveon Bell HB MSU
    114. St. Louis: Chase Tomas OLB A&M
    115. Dallas: Stepfan Taylor RB Stanford
    116. Pittsburgh: Akeem Spence, DT, Illinois
    117. New York Giants: Tony Jefferson S Oklahoma
    118. Chicago: Jamaal Johnson-Webb OG Alabama A&M
    119. Cincinnati: Brannan Williams OT North Carolina
    120. Washington: Jordan Hill, DT, Penn State
    121. Minnesota: Alvin Bailey OG Arkansas
    122. Indianapolis: Kenjon Barner RB Oregon
    123. Seattle: Tyler Wilson QB Arkansas
    124. Green Bay: Joseph Randle RB - OSU
    125. Houston: Brandon Jenkins OLB FSU
    126. Denver: Knile Davis RB Arkansas
    127. Tampa Bay (From New England): Tharold Simon CB LSU
    128. Atlanta: Leon McFadden CB San Diego State
    129. San Francisco: Khaled Holmes C USC
    130. Baltimore: Oscar Johnson, LT, Louisiana Tech
    131. Indianapolis (Compensatory): Chris Faulk OG LSU
    132. Atlanta (Compensatory): Montori Hughes DT Tennessee Martin
    133. Baltimore (Compensatory): Chase Thomas OLB Stanford
    Last edited by K-Ro 25; 04-13-2013 at 08:12 AM.

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    Great effort first off.

    I'd have gone Moore/Warmack in the first (not trade down)

    Gio Bernard/Lacy in the second

    Da'Rick Rogers in the third

    Bray in the 4th

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    Great work, but

    There's no way i am leaving Eric Fisher on the board for a LBer and Jesse Williams for a safety.

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    I know allot of work must have gone into this, but you have star at #6 and #10

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    Great work, but

    There's no way i am leaving Eric Fisher on the board for a LBer and Jesse Williams for a safety. Based on your senario, i go

    Eric Fisher
    Jesse Williams
    Alex OKafor
    Christine Michael
    Tyler Bray
    Jaime Collins
    Ryan woope



    Chris Harper
    Mike williams
    Cooper Taylor

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    Great input, its definitely hard work to do 4 rounds.

    I love the cyprien pick....hard hitter, ceterfield type safety with excellent leadership qualities.

    I dont see barkley being available in the 3rd round.

    I am strongly against selecting jaime collins - all workout, and his play doesnt equal his combine. Plus anyone who "doesn't love contact" is not someone I want on our team.

    If we took nassib instead of pugh, and then brian winters instead of collins in the 3rd Id be ecstatic.

    Also, not that interested in denard, its just so difficult to change positions and I see him as a KR and occasional WR only.

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    Fixed it up a lot. Should be looking good now.
    Last edited by K-Ro 25; 04-04-2013 at 11:20 PM.

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    Updated..


    Jordan, Austin, Elam, Reed, Jones, Mathieu, Maysonet, Williams, McCloud.

    I'd be in heaven.

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    Quote Originally Posted by K-Ro 25 View Post
    Updated..


    Jordan, Austin, Elam, Reed, Jones, Mathieu, Maysonet, Williams, McCloud.

    I'd be in heaven.
    WOW that would be a great draft

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    Quote Originally Posted by K-Ro 25 View Post
    Updated..


    Jordan, Austin, Elam, Reed, Jones, Mathieu, Maysonet, Williams, McCloud.

    I'd be in heaven.
    Love everything but a safety in the 2nd
    Deep safety class

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    I don't see the Dolphins passing on Armstead for a corner, they have Grimes and Marshall, I can see them signing Winfield to play the inside slot guy. LT is thier bigest need.

    You got the Bengals drafting another FS, they need a SS to pair with Nelson, Elam makes much more sense. And Ogletree will give the Bengals having 3 MLBs playing the three LB spots. Rhodes to play opposite Hall (FA next year) would be the play. Newman is what- 34 already? Then go Jamie Collins in the late 2nd.

    Rhodes-Elam-Collins to me is superior to Ogletree-Amerson-Bernard, RB is deep enough to get a guy in the 3rd or later.

    Mingo makes no sense at all for Cleveland with Sherad, Kruger and Quinton Groves

    SF lost both thier DTs, why pass up Williams and Short?

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    Quote Originally Posted by patman View Post
    I don't see the Dolphins passing on Armstead for a corner, they have Grimes and Marshall, I can see them signing Winfield to play the inside slot guy. LT is thier bigest need.

    You got the Bengals drafting another FS, they need a SS to pair with Nelson, Elam makes much more sense. And Ogletree will give the Bengals having 3 MLBs playing the three LB spots. Rhodes to play opposite Hall (FA next year) would be the play. Newman is what- 34 already? Then go Jamie Collins in the late 2nd. LB is still a need for them, and they need someone who is a playmaker and is athletic. Burficit is a great player, but he's not the athlete Ogle is. Rey is pretty mediocre, and kinda slow, and more of a run support guy. Ogletree would help form an elite front 7. Also, they have no need for Collins, their DL is stacked. The Ohio State kid from a few years back still hasn't gotten a shot because of their depth.

    Rhodes-Elam-Collins to me is superior to Ogletree-Amerson-Bernard, RB is deep enough to get a guy in the 3rd or later.

    Mingo makes no sense at all for Cleveland with Sherad, Kruger and Quinton Groves

    SF lost both thier DTs, why pass up Williams and Short?
    I have Miami drafting a LT later on in the draft, and they're pretty set at the OL, anyway. Plus with Warmack on the inside, they'll have a more than capable offensive line.


    Mingo makes a ton of sense. Kruger and Mingo would make a dynamic 1-2 pass rushing duo. Kruger himself isn't going to provide enough of a pass rush, and Groves and Sherad aren't exactly franchise players.

    Also, you're very wrong about Cinci. Corner isn't an issue. They just drafted Dre Kirkpatrick in the first round. He's their Corner of the future. ILB

    I changed Amerson to Denver and Cyprian to Cinci. Taylor Mays is their pure in the box Safety. Cyprian is more of a versatile player as he can cover better than most SS's. Amerson makes a ton of sense for Denver as they are in dire need of a ball hawk at Safety, and Amerson can play some nickel as well.

    You're wrong with SF as well. They signed Dorsey, he'll play DT for them. Dante Jones is groomed to be the DE of the future, and Reid is the best FS available to start right away.
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    Updated.... again aha

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    I'd cream my pants if this happened...great job

    Sent from my SCH-I535 using Tapatalk 2

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    Give me Eifert instead of Elam in 2
    We need a Cb and have a TE now so give me Wilson instead of Reed in 3

    Now I'm deliriously happy.

    Btw, you have Geathers twice in round 4.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nycdan View Post
    Give me Eifert instead of Elam in 2
    We need a Cb and have a TE now so give me Wilson instead of Reed in 3

    Now I'm deliriously happy.

    Btw, you have Geathers twice in round 4.

    Eifert is overrated. You'll never see me mock him to us. Will be a solid player, but I don't want a Heath Miller-Dennis Pitta type TE.


    Berry is a solid player, and Mathieu is a guy that you can throw at the slot as well.

    Cro
    Wilson
    Berry
    Trufant
    Lankster

    Swiss Army Knife in Mathieu.

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    Quote Originally Posted by K-Ro 25 View Post
    I have Miami drafting a LT later on in the draft, and they're pretty set at the OL, anyway. Plus with Warmack on the inside, they'll have a more than capable offensive line.


    Mingo makes a ton of sense. Kruger and Mingo would make a dynamic 1-2 pass rushing duo. Kruger himself isn't going to provide enough of a pass rush, and Groves and Sherad aren't exactly franchise players.

    Also, you're very wrong about Cinci. Corner isn't an issue. They just drafted Dre Kirkpatrick in the first round. He's their Corner of the future. ILB

    I changed Amerson to Denver and Cyprian to Cinci. Taylor Mays is their pure in the box Safety. Cyprian is more of a versatile player as he can cover better than most SS's. Amerson makes a ton of sense for Denver as they are in dire need of a ball hawk at Safety, and Amerson can play some nickel as well.

    You're wrong with SF as well. They signed Dorsey, he'll play DT for them. Dante Jones is groomed to be the DE of the future, and Reid is the best FS available to start right away.
    Dorsey sucks and he had good coaching also. Sapogoa and Francouis left big holes

    Sherad averages 8 sacks a year as a 250lb DE, Standing up without a tackle 1 foot away is going to allow him to explode, especially with kluger on the other side. Groves is solid as a rotational player and as a backup. Spending a top 6 pick on a OLB pass rusher where your 2 pass rushers when your two OLBs got 20 sacks last year to me is not the best use of the pick.

    I don't see where you drafted a LT for Miami to replace Long. Martin is scheduled to go on the RS that is why they decided on not signing Winston.

    Yeah, I forgot about kirkpatrick in Cinci, But a broken knee is not the easiest thing to come back from either.

    Please don't take it as criticism, this was a very good 4 rd mock!

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    that's insane amount or work! Crazy dude, hats off. I went through it all. Most if it makes sense. I don't agree with your player evals for the Jets or your picks (though Elam in 2nd and Reed in the 3rd is fine by me) but nonetheless good work.


    Austin at 13 though? ...c'mon.

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