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Thread: my own mock draft

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    Here is my half hearted attempt at a mock draft.
    1a)a stud DT, the highest rated one left
    1B)troy poloumalu S
    2)Justin Gage WR
    3)Pisa Tinoisamoa LB
    from this point on in the draft, we should draft for depth, at OL, DB, and QB among other postions. Vinny is old and we need to draft a QB late so we can have a solid backup for Chad in the future. With this draft, we would be loaded at the offensive skill positions for the future. We would have THE best safety duo in the leauge with McGraw and Troy. We would hopefully improve our passrush with the addition of a stud DT. I have watched every game Pisa Tinoisamoa has played in this past college season, and he is the real thing. He may be small but he is QUICK. He does not miss tackles either. We could address CB and OL in next years draft and there we have a championship team with solid players at all positions. please critique my mock and tell me what im missing

    Oh yah one question, whose Dan Klecko. Is he a poster on this website, a friend of somebody here? sorry if i sound really stupid, i have only been a Jets fan for 3 seasons.

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    Dan Klecko****
    DT

    6-1, 280

    Sr.
    Colts Neck, N.J./Marlboro HS


    "If he's not a first-team All-American, then I haven't seen one...He plays the game like you would want every one of your players to play."
    - West Virginia Head Coach Rich Rodriguez

    "I think he is the best defensive player in this league and one of the best defensive linemen in the country. He is outstanding."
    - Pittsburgh Head Coach Walt Harris

    KLECKO AT A GLANCE:

    2002 Big East Conference Defensive Player of the Year
    2002 Associated Press Second Team All-American
    Is one of only eight players in the history of the Big East to be a two-time unanimous first team all-conference selection (2001-02)
    Is the only Big East major award winner and the only unanimous All-Big East honoree in Temple history
    Led the Big East in both sacks (10) and TFLs (22.5) in 2002, placing 11th and 4th nationally, respectively, in those categories
    Team captain and recipient of the 2002 Owl Award as Temple's Most Valuable Player
    The Maxwell Football Club 2002 Tri-State Athlete of the Year
    Two-time (2001, 2002) ECAC Division I-A All Star
    The Sporting News Fourth Team 2002 All-American
    Three-time Big East Conference Defensive Player of the Week
    First Team Freshman All-American in 1999
    Has tested a 520-pound bech press and a 34.5-inch vertical leap
    Is the son of former Owl and four-time NFL All-Pro Joe Klecko

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    WOW, that guy seems great. why is he only considered, a 4th round talent. He looks pretty awesome to me, he seems to be a real gamer.

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    Jon, wanna hear something sickening.

    Dan Klecko was selected in the 3rd RD of my mock draft.

    Guess which team selected him?

    The Washington Redskins!! :angry:

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    [quote][i]Originally posted by JonEJet[/i]@Apr 10 2003, 09:50 PM
    [b] [img]http://www.owlsports.com/photos/363.jpg[/img]





    Dan Klecko****
    DT

    6-1, 280

    Sr.
    Colts Neck, N.J./Marlboro HS


    "If he's not a first-team All-American, then I haven't seen one...He plays the game like you would want every one of your players to play."
    - West Virginia Head Coach Rich Rodriguez

    "I think he is the best defensive player in this league and one of the best defensive linemen in the country. He is outstanding."
    - Pittsburgh Head Coach Walt Harris

    KLECKO AT A GLANCE:

    2002 Big East Conference Defensive Player of the Year
    2002 Associated Press Second Team All-American
    Is one of only eight players in the history of the Big East to be a two-time unanimous first team all-conference selection (2001-02)
    Is the only Big East major award winner and the only unanimous All-Big East honoree in Temple history
    Led the Big East in both sacks (10) and TFLs (22.5) in 2002, placing 11th and 4th nationally, respectively, in those categories
    Team captain and recipient of the 2002 Owl Award as Temple's Most Valuable Player
    The Maxwell Football Club 2002 Tri-State Athlete of the Year
    Two-time (2001, 2002) ECAC Division I-A All Star
    The Sporting News Fourth Team 2002 All-American
    Three-time Big East Conference Defensive Player of the Week
    First Team Freshman All-American in 1999
    Has tested a 520-pound bech press and a 34.5-inch vertical leap
    Is the son of former Owl and four-time NFL All-Pro Joe Klecko [/b][/quote]
    jonejet you just made bitonti's day.

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    He's Joe Klecko's son. THAT's WHY every Jet fan is enamored with him. He'll be a solid tackle but nothing special. I'm still for drafting the guy because he is a good DT and we need depth at the position, but it would also be cool to have another Klecko on the team. AND IF THE SKINS WERE TO DRAFT HIM................I don't want to even think about it.

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