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    1st round: WR Marqise Lee - USC

    2nd round: TE Jace Amaro - Texas Tech

    3rd round: CB Keith McGill - Utah

    4th round: WR Paul Richardson - Colorado

    4th round: DL Daniel McCullers - Tennessee

    4th round: OG Brandon Thomas - Clemson

    5th round: ILB Jordan Zumwalt - UCLA

    6th round: OLB Ron Powell - Florida

    6th round: S Isaiah Lewis - Michigan State

    6th round: P Kirby Van Der Kamp - Iowa State

    6th round: RB Rajion Neal - Tennessee

    7th round: OLB Tyler Starr - South Dakota

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    Quote Originally Posted by Untouchable View Post
    1st round: WR Marqise Lee - USC

    2nd round: TE Jace Amaro - Texas Tech

    3rd round: CB Keith McGill - Utah

    4th round: WR Paul Richardson - Colorado

    4th round: DL Daniel McCullers - Tennessee

    4th round: OG Brandon Thomas - Clemson

    5th round: ILB Jordan Zumwalt - UCLA

    6th round: OLB Ron Powell - Florida

    6th round: S Isaiah Lewis - Michigan State

    6th round: P Kirby Van Der Kamp - Iowa State

    6th round: RB Rajion Neal - Tennessee

    7th round: OLB Tyler Starr - South Dakota
    Solid.

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    Cool

    OHHH I like this one boys !!

    18. TE ERIC EBRON

    NORTH CAROLINA

    49. OLB DEE FORD

    AUBURN

    80. WR JARVIS LANDRY

    LSU

    104. CB JAYLEN WATKINS

    FLORIDA

    115. CB E.J. GAINES

    MISSOURI

    137. DE WILL CLARKE

    WEST VIRGINIA

    154. RB ANDRE WILLIAMS

    BOSTON COLLEGE

    195. S VINNIE SUNSERI

    ALABAMA

    209.WR DEVIN STREET

    PITTSBURGH

    210. TE JACOB PEDERSEN

    WISCONSIN

    213. OT MATT PATCHAN

    BOSTON COLLEGE

    233 . DE/OLB CASSIUS MARSH

    UCLA

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    I don't see any way that we get ASJ, Moncrief and Landry in Rounds 3 & 4, but I like the way this one fell after going OL in the 2nd:

    18 CB DARQUEZE DENNARD MICHIGAN STATE

    49 G DAVID YANKEY STANFORD

    80 TE AUSTIN SEFERIAN-JENKINS WASHINGTON

    104 WR JARVIS LANDRY LSU

    115 WR DONTE MONCRIEF OLE MISS

    137 RB DRI ARCHER KENT STATE

    154 S MARQUESTON HUFF WYOMING

    195 ILB PRESTON BROWN LOUISVILLE

    209 OLB DEVON KENNARD USC

    210 S DEZ SOUTHWARD WISCONSIN

    213 CB AARON COLVIN OKLAHOMA

    233 P KIRBY VAN DER KAMP IOWA STATE

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    18
    TE ERIC EBRON
    UNC
    49
    WR KELVIN BENJAMIN
    FLORIDA STATE
    80
    WR JARVIS LANDRY
    LSU
    104
    QB A.J. MCCARRON
    ALABAMA
    115
    RB BISHOP SANKEY
    WASHINGTON
    137
    S ED REYNOLDS
    STANFORD
    154
    CB DEION BELUE
    ALABAMA
    195
    CB AARON COLVIN
    OKLAHOMA
    209
    G BRANDON LINDER
    MIAMI
    210
    OT SEANTREL HENDERSON
    MIAMI
    213
    WR SHAQ EVANS
    UCLA

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    I have done this quite a few times and I have come to the same conclusion every time I finish. There will be WRs available in the late rounds that you won't believe are still there who were "The Men" on their college teams even at the Division 1 level.

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    The First Pick site is much improved. The trades are now much more realistic, you don't get ridiculously generous offers any more.

    Here's my latest attempt from that site. Moved around a little - down in the 1st and up in the 2nd - and very satisfied with the end result:

    Your Picks:
    Round 1 Pick 27 (N.O.): Odell Beckham, WR, LSU (A)
    Round 2 Pick 4 (OAK): Bradley Roby, CB, Ohio State (B+)
    Round 3 Pick 27 (N.O.): Demarcus Lawrence, DE, Boise State (A)
    Round 4 Pick 4: C.J. Fiedorowicz, TE, Iowa (A)
    Round 4 Pick 15: Martavis Bryant, WR, Clemson (A)
    Round 4 Pick 37 (COMP): Trai Turner, OG, LSU (B+)
    Round 5 Pick 14: Lache Seastrunk, RB, Baylor (A)
    Round 6 Pick 33 (COMP): Seantrel Henderson, OT, Miami (Fla.) (A)
    Round 6 Pick 34 (COMP): Dri Archer, WR, Kent State (A-)
    Round 6 Pick 37 (COMP): Aaron Colvin, CB, Oklahoma (D+)
    Round 7 Pick 27 (S.F.): Gabe Ikard, C, Oklahoma (D+)
    Round 7 Pick 30 (S.F.): Logan Thomas, QB, Virginia Tech (B-)

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    Thinking Exum goes to Safety
    18
    CB DARQUEZE DENNARD
    MICHIGAN STATE
    49
    TE JACE AMARO
    TEXAS TECH
    80
    WR DAVANTE ADAMS
    FRESNO STATE
    104
    RB TERRANCE WEST
    TOWSON
    115
    WR DONTE MONCRIEF
    OLE MISS
    137
    CB ANTONE EXUM
    VIRGINIA TECH
    154
    G JON HALAPIO
    FLORIDA
    195
    ILB PRESTON BROWN
    LOUISVILLE
    209
    DE AARON LYNCH
    SOUTH FLORIDA
    210
    OT MATT PATCHAN
    BOSTON COLLEGE
    213
    OLB DEVON KENNARD
    USC
    233
    P KIRBY VAN DER KAMP
    IOWA STATE

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tinstar View Post
    I have done this quite a few times and I have come to the same conclusion every time I finish. There will be WRs available in the late rounds that you won't believe are still there who were "The Men" on their college teams even at the Division 1 level.
    Good, so give me two of them.

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    This one went a bit differently than my usual, but pretty happy with it. Like the value in most rounds here:

    18
    WR BRANDIN COOKS - Bigger than Tavon Austin, great speed and receiving skills.
    OREGON STATE
    49
    S LAMARCUS JOYNER - going to try him at CB initially.
    FLORIDA STATE
    80
    C TRAVIS SWANSON - can compete at OG, and understudy for Mangold
    ARKANSAS
    104
    TE C.J. FIEDOROWICZ - the ideal complement to Cumberland
    IOWA
    115
    RB CHARLES SIMS - great receiving skils
    WVU
    137
    DE JAMES GAYLE - designated pass rusher for now.
    VIRGINIA TECH
    154
    CB WALT AIKENS - another guy who can play CB or S
    LIBERTY
    195
    G KADEEM EDWARDS - developmental guy with good talent
    TENNESSEE STATE
    209
    WR L’DAMIAN WASHINGTON - big, fast so worth a shot
    MISSOURI
    210
    QB TOM SAVAGE - steal at this spot. Massive upside, big guy, huge arm.
    PITTSBURGH
    213
    ILB KHAIRI FORTT - solid ILB depth, ST asset, replaces Mauga
    CALIFORNIA
    233
    OT JUSTIN BRITT - RT prospect with injury questions and talent.
    MISSOURI

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tinstar View Post
    I have done this quite a few times and I have come to the same conclusion every time I finish. There will be WRs available in the late rounds that you won't believe are still there who were "The Men" on their college teams even at the Division 1 level.
    +1000
    Been saying this for weeks, no one listens. If the 1st 2 rounds of every draft were the most important, the Lions & Raiders would have Super Bowl rings.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Untouchable View Post
    1st round: WR Marqise Lee - USC

    2nd round: TE Jace Amaro - Texas Tech

    3rd round: CB Keith McGill - Utah

    4th round: WR Paul Richardson - Colorado

    4th round: DL Daniel McCullers - Tennessee

    4th round: OG Brandon Thomas - Clemson

    5th round: ILB Jordan Zumwalt - UCLA

    6th round: OLB Ron Powell - Florida

    6th round: S Isaiah Lewis - Michigan State

    6th round: P Kirby Van Der Kamp - Iowa State

    6th round: RB Rajion Neal - Tennessee

    7th round: OLB Tyler Starr - South Dakota
    Good draft only thing is Thomas tore up his acl I think. He might go later.

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    Not bad...

    18
    WR ODELL BECKHAM
    LSU
    49
    S JIMMIE WARD
    NORTHERN ILLINOIS
    80
    TE AUSTIN SEFERIAN-JENKINS
    WASHINGTON
    104
    CB PIERRE DESIR
    LINDENWOOD
    115
    RB DEVONTA FREEMAN
    FLORIDA STATE
    137
    G JON HALAPIO
    FLORIDA
    154
    ILB LAMIN BARROW
    LSU
    195
    QB DAVID FALES
    SAN JOSE STATE
    209
    DE AARON LYNCH
    SOUTH FLORIDA
    210
    OLB TYLER STARR
    SOUTH DAKOTA
    213
    WR JEFF JANIS
    SAGINAW VALLEY
    233
    OT JUSTIN BRITT
    MISSOURI

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    BAP draft - went for the top ranked guy in each round, except where I had already clearly addressed need or there was no scheme fit:

    18
    QB TEDDY BRIDGEWATER
    LOUISVILLE
    49
    S JIMMIE WARD
    NORTHERN ILLINOIS
    80
    C TRAVIS SWANSON
    ARKANSAS
    104
    DT EGO FERGUSON
    LSU
    115
    WR PAUL RICHARDSON
    COLORADO
    137
    WR CODY LATIMER
    INDIANA
    154
    CB WALT AIKENS
    LIBERTY
    195
    TE CROCKETT GILMORE
    COLORADO STATE
    209
    ILB JEREMIAH GEORGE
    IOWA STATE
    210
    CB RICARDO ALLEN
    PURDUE
    213
    OLB DEVON KENNARD
    USC
    233
    OT JUSTIN BRITT
    MISSOURI

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    Looks like yesterday's update has altered quite a few player rankings, as this one worked out very different than usual.

    Going for value, this turned into a meat and potatoes style draft:

    18
    WR MIKE EVANS
    TEXAS A&M
    49
    DE SCOTT CRICHTON
    OREGON STATE
    80
    RB CARLOS HYDE
    OHIO STATE
    104
    DT DAQUAN JONES
    PENN STATE
    115
    C BRYAN STORK
    FLORIDA STATE
    137
    TE ARTHUR LYNCH
    GEORGIA
    154
    CB ANTONE EXUM
    VIRIGNIA TECH
    195
    WR TEVIN REESE
    BAYLOR
    209
    CB NEVIN LAWSON
    UTAH STATE
    210
    ILB KHAIRI FORTT
    CALIFORNIA
    213
    TE JAKE MURPHY
    UTAH
    233
    QB CONNOR SHAW
    SOUTH CAROLINA

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    Another Fanspeak draft....assuming we sign CJ and Rice in this one:

    18
    WR BRANDIN COOKS
    OREGON STATE
    49
    S JIMMIE WARD
    NORTHERN ILLINOIS
    80
    TE TROY NIKLAS
    NOTRE DAME
    104
    DT EGO FERGUSON
    LSU
    115
    G ANTHONY STEEN
    ALABAMA
    137
    CB VICTOR HAMPTON
    SOUTH CAROLINA
    154
    QB AARON MURRAY
    GEORGIA
    195
    TE CROCKETT GILMORE
    COLORADO STATE
    209
    OLB RON POWELL
    FLORIDA
    210
    CB NEVIN LAWSON
    UTAH STATE
    213
    ILB KHAIRI FORTT
    CALIFORNIA
    233
    RB JERICK MCKINNON
    GEORGIA SOUTHERN

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    Love this draft. Based on signing Johnson and possible Rice. Had to select Mike Evans since he was there at 18 but would have taken CJ Mosley or Denard if Evans was gone. Offensive lineman to learn/compete now.
    18
    WR MIKE EVANS
    TEXAS A&M
    49
    G XAVIER SU’A-FILO
    UCLA
    80
    DE MARCUS SMITH
    LOUISVILLE
    104
    TE C.J. FIEDOROWICZ
    IOWA
    115
    C BRYAN STORK
    FLORIDA STATE
    137
    QB AARON MURRAY
    GEORGIA
    154
    CB DEION BELUE
    ALABAMA
    195
    TE CROCKETT GILMORE
    COLORADO STATE
    209
    G BRANDON LINDER
    MIAMI
    210
    S ISAIAH LEWIS
    MICHIGAN STATE
    213
    OT SEANTREL HENDERSON
    MIAMI
    233
    ILB PRESTON BROWN
    LOUISVILLE

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    18
    WR ODELL BECKHAM
    LSU
    49
    TE JACE AMARO
    TEXAS TECH
    80
    RB TRE MASON
    AUBURN
    104
    QB ZACH METTENBERGER
    LSU
    115
    G LAURENT DUVERNAY-TARDIF
    CANADA
    137
    CB PHILLIP GAINES
    RICE
    154
    ILB LAMIN BARROW
    LSU
    195
    WR JEFF JANIS
    SAGINAW VALLEY
    209
    P KIRBY VAN DER KAMP
    IOWA STATE
    210
    S CHRISTIAN BRYANT
    OHIO STATE
    213
    TE A.C. LEONARD
    TENNESSEE STATE

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    Think I'm going to retire after this one....finally did one that I was perfectly happy with:

    18
    WR BRANDIN COOKS - speed, production, toughness.
    OREGON STATE
    49
    WR KELVIN BENJAMIN - huge size, huge upside. Too good to pass up.
    FLORIDA STATE
    80
    DE TRENT MURPHY - Calvin Pace's eventual replacement.
    STANFORD
    104
    TE C.J. FIEDOROWICZ - ideal complement to Cumberland.
    IOWA
    115
    G TRAI TURNER - very talented young player on the rise.
    LSU
    137
    CB LOUCHEIZ PURIFOY - great talent, terrible technique. Jets will coach him up.
    FLORIDA
    154
    ILB JORDAN ZUMWALT - productive ILB prospect with size and speed.
    UCLA
    195
    TE CROCKETT GILMORE - value pick. Ascending talent as receiver and blocker.
    COLORADO STATE
    209
    CB RICARDO ALLEN - depth, has nickel type skills
    PURDUE
    210
    S ISAIAH LEWIS - adds depth, value on STs
    MICHIGAN STATE
    213
    RB JAMES WILDER JR. - Big RB will push Bohanon at FB.
    FLORIDA STATE
    233
    QB KEITH WENNING - Looks the part, if he can overcome low-level college background.
    BALL STATE

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    Can't really see any problems with this one...didn't do 7th round but suffice it to say I would've either taken best RB, QB, or P depending on value.

    18
    CB JUSTIN GILBERT - Our CBs would be lockdown and deep (amazing what adding a top cb to this unit could do to change our perspective)
    OKLAHOMA STATE

    49
    G DAVID YANKEY - Would either start from Day 1, or sit behind Willie for a year and then take over next year or when he gets injured
    STANFORD

    80
    TE AUSTIN SEFERIAN-JENKINS - Solid blocking and receiving TE to complement Cumberland
    WASHINGTON

    104
    WR DONTE MONCRIEF - Beast, can happily say we stole him in the 4th and slide him in as a top 3 WR from day 1
    OLE MISS

    115
    DE MARCUS SMITH - Another beast who slides to us based on the depth of the draft, and he would rotate in during year 1 while learning from Pace
    LOUISVILLE

    137
    TE C.J. FIEDOROWICZ - Great value here, and would round out our top 3 TEs with a solid blocker and adequate receiver
    IOWA

    154
    DE MICHAEL SAM - Potential pick here, who I'm not sure how he projects into our system but he sure knows how to play football and get to the QB
    MISSOURI

    195
    WR JOSH HUFF - Excellent receiver to grab in the 6th round, who will not play much year 1 but will be a part of the offense in years to come.
    OREGON

    209
    S CHRISTIAN BRYANT - Honestly don't know much about him, but sounds like a solid player who may have potential. Welcome any comments on him...
    OHIO STATE

    210
    ILB AVERY WILLIAMSON - Solid ILB in the mold of a David Harris who with a year or two to develop would likely become a solid starter
    KENTUCKY

    213
    OT MATT PATCHAN - Don't know too much about him, but couldn't hurt to take a Tackle to develop and throw him on the practice squad if he doesn't have it from day1
    BOSTON COLLEGE
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