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My Mock Draft

Discussion in '2010 Draft Archive' started by Oklahoma_Packer, Mar 27, 2010.

  1. Oklahoma_Packer
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    What I think we need:

    1st Round- Charles Brown, OT, USC/ -or- \Anthony Davis, OT, Rutgers

    2nd Round- Kareem Jackson, CB, Alabama

    3rd Round- Darrell Stuckey, SS, Kansas

    4th Round- Dezmon Briscoe, WR, Kansas/ -or- \Jordan Shipley, WR, Texas

    5th Round- Doug Palmer, OG, East Carolina

    (Comp Pick)5th Round- [SIZE=-1]Stafon Johnson, RB, USC [/SIZE]

    6th Round- [SIZE=-1]Elijah Hodge, LB, Wisconsin[/SIZE]

    7th Round- Brian Jackson, CB, Oklahoma/ -or- \Donovan Warren, CB, Michigan


    Agree or disagree? Who do you think we will take?
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    I think it will be defense the 1st couple of picks, whether it is LB, S, or CB, with the O-lineman filling in the gaps according to best available. It wasn't our offense that lost the big games....it was our defense. Although I argue we need to protect our biggest assest...ARod
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    I like your picks but would like to see McCluster rb/kr in the second round and Obrien Schofield olb as the comp pick
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    I like the pics, but I think we can get a better CB than Arenas at 2nd, and instead of the WR at 4th, we could get a pass rusher OLB or a 3-4 DE...

    All in all, a very good draft!
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    If Kyle Wilson, or Joe Haden is still available by our 2nd pick, then we should definitely take one of them.
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    no chance in hell either of them fall to our second pick.. morso wilson could fall but thats a shot in the dark..
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    The rest of the NFL would be really stupid if they were to allow either Wilson or Haden that far. However I think what RS was referring to is the fact that better CB's like Amari Spievey, Kareem Jackson, Perrrish Cox and Donovan Warren will be available by our 2nd round pick.
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    Would rather have Javier's teammate in the 2nd round, Kareem Jackson. One of the most NFL-ready prospects in the draft.


    If Joe Haden falls to our 1st pick, we should get him. Are people really hating on him after his bad 40 run at the combine? He's still clearly the number one CB in this draft.
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    Now I'm starting to have second thoughts on my 4th round decision. I think we should get a OLB/DE, just another pass rusher to compliment Clay Mathews, and Brad Jones. We're pretty set at WR, and if we do take Wilson, or another return specialist, then there would be no need to get another receiver if we're just going to try to make them our kick returner.
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    I also think there's zero chance that Haden falls to us.

    But if he does, if TT passes on him, I'm personally flying to GB to shoot him in the face.

    I don't care if Trent Williams or any LT is in there (except for Okung), if Joe Haden falls to us at 23, we MUST take him.
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    Fixed it.
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    Now that's a great draft!
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    Two questions if I may ask about your mock draft:

    Why wouldn't you want Bulaga from Iowa in the 1st?

    Why would you risk a pick on Elijah Hodge? I've heard that his brother Abdul was a better player than he is, and we let him go after what 2 years?





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    I didn't put Bulaga in because I'm more than sure he won't be available by the time we pick at 23.

    I put Hodge in because in the 5th, 6th, and 7th rounds, I wasn't a 100% sure on who to pick, so I just picked the best player left by position. So Hodge may not be the best pick where I put him, but like I said I wasn't 100%.

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