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Best Players left for rounds 4-7

Discussion in '2015 Draft Archive' started by Vrill, May 1, 2015.

  1. Vrill

    Vrill Cheesehead

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    Some interesting names are still on the board.........
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    12. La’el Collins, 6’4 5/8, 308 pounds, OT, LSU
    22. T.J. Clemmings, 6’4 5/8, 307 pounds, OT, Pittsburgh
    37. Jay Ajayi, 6’0, 216 pounds, RB, Boise State
    45. Michael Bennett, 6'2, 288 pounds, DT, Ohio State
    56. Grady Jarrett, 6'0 7/8, 288 pounds, DT, Clemson
    67. Ellis McCarthy, 6’5, 325 pounds, DT, UCLA
    69. Hayes Pullard, 6'0 1/4, 236 pounds, ILB, Southern California
    70. Jesse James, 6’7, 254 pounds, TE, Penn State
    73. Trey Flowers, 6’2 1/2, 268 pounds, DE, Arkansas
    77. Brett Hundley, 6’3, 227 pounds, QB, UCLA
    80. Daryl Williams, 6'5, 327 pounds, OT, Oklahoma
    82. Tre Jackson, 6’4, 330 pounds, G, Florida State
    85. Kevin White, 5’9 3/8, 180 pounds, CB, TCU
    87. Ifo Ekpre-Olomu, 5’10, 185 pounds, CB, Oregon
    88. James Sample, 6'2 1/8, 209 pounds, S, Louisville
    90. Jamison Crowder, 5’8 1/8, 174 pounds, WR, Duke
    92. Marcus Hardison, 6'3 1/8, 311 pounds, DT, Arizona State
    93. David Cobb, 5’10 3/4, 229 pounds, RB, Minnesota
    96. Josue Matias, 6’6, 325 pounds, G, Florida State
    97. Josh Shaw, 6’0 5/8, 203 pounds, CB, Southern California
    98. Za'Darius Smith, 6’4 5/8, 270 pounds, DE, Kentucky
    100. Joey Mbu, 6'2 3/4, 315 pounds, DT, Houston
    101. Justin Hardy, 5'10 1/2, 190 pounds, WR, East Carolina
    102. Mike Davis, 5’9, 223 pounds, RB, South Carolina
    103. Jarvis Harrison, 6’4, 330 pounds, G, Texas A&M
    104. Doran Grant, 5’10 3/8, 199 pounds, CB, Ohio State
    107. Cedric Reed, 6’5, 272 pounds, DE, Texas
    108. Gerod Holliman, 6’2, 213 pounds, S, Louisville
    109. Zack Hodges, 6'2 5/8, 242 pounds, OLB, Harvard
    110. Cody Prewitt, 6’2 1/8, 212 pounds, S, Ole Miss
    112. Arie Kouandjio, 6’4 7/8, 318 pounds, G, Alabama
    114. Rashad Greene, 6'0, 180 pounds, WR, Florida State
    115. Shaquille Mason, 6’1 5/8, 310 pounds, G, Georgia Tech
    116. Jean Sifrin, 6’5 1/4, 245 pounds, TE, Massachusetts
    118. Ben Heeney, 6’0 1/4, 231 pounds, ILB, Kansas
    119. Derron Smith, 5’11, 197 pounds, S, Fresno State
    120. Tyrus Thompson, 6’5, 336 pounds, OT, Oklahoma
    122. Kwon Alexander, 6’0 3/4, 227 pounds, OLB, LSU
    123. Anthony Chickillo, 6'3 3/8, 267 pounds, DE, Miami
    124. Tony Lippett, 6’2 1/2, 192 pounds, WR, Michigan State
    125. Christian Covington, 6’2, 289 pounds, DT, Rice
    127. Tye Smith, 6'0 1/8, 191 pounds, CB, Towson
    129. Corey Crawford, 6’5 1/4, 283 pounds, DE, Clemson
    130. Rakeem Nunez-Roches, 6'2 1/4, 307 pounds, DT, Southern Miss
    131. Terry Williams, 6’1, 353 pounds, DT, East Carolina
    133. Gabe Wright, 6'2 7/8, 299 pounds, DT, Auburn
    135. Chris Hackett, 6'2, 195 pounds, S, TCU
    136. Lynden Trail, 6'6 5/8, 269 pounds, OLB, Norfolk State
    137. Jamil Douglas, 6’4, 304 pounds, G, Arizona State
    138. B.J. Finney, 6’3 3/4, 318 pounds, C, Kansas State
    139. Ramik Wilson, 6’1 3/4, 237 pounds, ILB, Georgia
    140. Shaquille Riddick, 6’6, 244 pounds, DE, West Virginia
    141. Tyeler Davison, 6’1 5/8, 316 pounds, DT, Fresno State
    142. Jeremy Langford, 5'11 5/8, 208 pounds, RB, Michigan State
    143. Bryce Petty, 6’2 3/4, 230 pounds, QB, Baylor
    144. Tre McBride, 6'0 3/4, 205 pounds, WR, William & Mary
    145. Josh Harper, 6’0 3/4, 189 pounds, WR, Fresno State
    147. Javorious Allen, 6’0 1/2, 221 pounds, RB, Southern California
    148. Reese Dismukes, 6’2 7/8, 295 pounds, C, Auburn
    149. Sean Hickey, 6’5 3/4, 309 pounds, OT, Syracuse
    150. Cameron Artis-Payne, 5'9 5/8, 212 pounds, RB, Auburn
    151. Robert Myers, 6’4 3/4, 326 pounds, G, Tennessee State
    152. Anthony Harris, 6’1, 183 pounds, S, Virginia
    153. Xavier Williams, 6’2, 309 pounds, DT, Northern Iowa
    154. Charles Gaines, 5’9 7/8, 180 pounds, CB, Louisville
    155. Durell Eskridge, 6’2 7/8, 208 pounds, S, Syracuse
    156. Vince Mayle, 6'2, 219 pounds, WR, Washington State
    158. Deontay Greenberry, 6’3, 200 pounds, WR, Houston
    159. Amarlo Herrera, 6’0 5/8, 244 pounds, ILB, Georgi
    160. Ladarius Gunter, 6’1 3/8, 200 pounds, CB, Miami
    161. Jacoby Glenn, 6’0, 186 pounds, CB, Central Florida
    162. Jake Ryan, 6’2 3/4, 238 pounds, OLB, Michigan
    163. Justin Coleman, 5'11, 184 pounds, CB, Tennessee
    164. Josh Robinson, 5’7 7/89, 217 pounds, RB, Mississippi State
    165. Jeff Luc, 5'11 3/4, 263 pounds, ILB, Cincinnati
    166. Shane Carden, 6’1 7/8, 218 pounds, QB, East Carolina
    167. DeAndre Smelter, 6’2, 226 pounds, WR, Georgia Tech
    168. Bryce Hager, 6’0 3/4, 234 pounds, ILB, Baylor
    169. Lorenzo Doss, 5’11, 187 pounds, CB, Tulane
    170. Darius Philon, 6’1 3/8, 298 pounds, DT, Arkansas
    171. Stefon Diggs, 6’0, 195 pounds, WR, Maryland
    172. Terry Poole, 6’5 1/8, 307 pounds, OT, San Diego State
    173. Adrian Amos, 6’0 1/2, 214 pounds, S, Penn State
    174. Tony Washington, 6'3 5/8, 247 pounds, OLB, Oregon
    175. Taiwan Jones, 6'2 1/4, 258 pounds, ILB, Michigan State
    176. Quandre Diggs, 5’8 3/4, 196 pounds, CB, Texas
    177. Antwan Goodley, 5’10 1/2, 210 pounds, WR, Baylor
    178. Davis Tull, 6’2, 246 pounds, OLB, Tennessee-Chattanooga
    179. Dezmin Lewis, 6'3 1/2, 215 pounds, WR, Central Arkansas
    180. Malcolm Brown, 5’11 5/8, 223 pounds, RB, Texas
    181. Corey Robinson, 6’7, 324 pounds, OT, South Carolina
    182. Titus Davis, 6’0 3/4, 196 pounds, WR, Central Michigan
    183. Max Garcia, 6'4 1/2, 305 pounds, C, Florida
    184. Louis Trinca-Pasat, 6'1 1/4, 291 pounds, DT, Iowa
    185. Jon Feliciano, 6’3 7/8, 323 pounds, G, Miami
    186. Ray Drew, 6’5, 284 pounds, DE, Georgia
    187. Wes Saxton, 6'3 7/8, 243 pounds, TE, South Alabama
    188. Mario Alford, 5’8 1/2, 180 pounds, WR, West Virginia
    189. Eric Lefeld, 6’6, 309 pounds, OT, Cincinnati
    190. Kaleb Johnson, 6’4, 300 pounds, G, Rutgers
    191. Mike Hull, 6'0, 237 pounds, ILB, Penn State
    192. Andy Gallik, 6’2 3/8, 306 pounds, C, Boston College
    193. Troy Hill, 5’10 1/2, 182 pounds, CB, Oregon
    194. Norkeithus Otis, 6'1, 235 pounds, OLB, North Carolina
    195. Martin Ifedi, 6’3 1/8, 275 pounds, DE, Memphis
    196. Leon Orr, 6’4 7/8, 323 pounds, DT, Florida
    197. James Vaughters, 6'1 7/8, 258 pounds, OLB, Stanford
    198. Trey DePriest, 6’0, 254 pounds, ILB, Alabama
    199. Damian Swann, 6'0 3/8, 180 pounds, CB, Georgia
    200. Rannell Hall, 6'0 3/8, 193 pounds, WR, Central Florida
    202. Austin Hill, 6’2 3/8, 210 pounds, WR, Arizona
    203. Deion Barnes, 6'3 7/8, 260 pounds, DE, Penn State
    204. Deon Long, 6'0, 188 pounds, WR, Maryland
    205. Dominique Brown, 6’2, 234 pounds, RB, Louisville
    206. E.J. Bibbs, 6’2, 258 pounds, TE, Iowa State
    207. Bryan Bennett, 6'3, 215 pounds, QB, Southeastern Louisiana
    208. Jalston Fowler, 5’11, 254 pounds, FB, Alabama
    209. Thomas Rawls, 5’9, 215 pounds, RB, Central Michigan
    210. Max Valles, 6'5, 251 pounds, OLB, Virginia
    211. Nick O’Leary, 6’3 1/4, 252 pounds, TE, Florida State
    212. Quinton Spain, 6’5, 332 pounds, G, West Virginia
    213. Donald Celiscar, 5’10 7/8, 194 pounds, CB, Western Michigan
    214. Kaleb Eulls, 6'4, 295 pounds, DT, Mississippi State
    215. JaCorey Shepherd, 5’11, 199 pounds, CB, Kansas
    216. Andrew Donnal, 6’5 7/8, 313 pounds, OT, Iowa
    218. Terrence Magee, 5’9, 220 pounds, RB, LSU
    220. Kurtis Drummond, 6’0 5/8, 205 pounds, S, Michigan State
    221. Leterrius Walton, 6'5, 319 pounds, DT, Central Michigan
    222. Zach Vigil, 6’2, 240 pounds, ILB, Utah State
    223. Garry Peters, 5’11 3/4, 191 pounds, CB, Clemson
    224. Dres Anderson, 6’1, 187 pounds, WR, Utah
    225. Ryan Russell, 6’4 1/4, 269 pounds, DE, Purdue
    226. Karlos Williams, 6’0 3/4, 230 pounds, RB, Florida State
    227. Chucky Hunter, 6'0 1/8, 298 pounds, DT, TCU
    228. Rory Anderson, 6’5, 244 pounds, TE, South Carolina
    229. Connor Halliday, 6’3, 196 pounds, QB, Washington State
    231. Kyle Emanuel, 6'4 1/2, 254 pounds, OLB, North Dakota State
    232. Deiontrez Mount, 6'5 1/8, 242 pounds, OLB, Louisville
    233. Ibraheim Campbell, 5'11 1/2, 210 pounds, S, Northwestern
    234. Bobby McCain, 5’9 1/2, 195 pounds, CB, Memphis
    235. Kenny Hilliard, 5’11 5/8, 226 pounds, RB, LSU
    236. Darren Waller, 6'6 5/8, 242 pounds, WR, Georgia Tech
    237. MyCole Pruitt, 6'2 1/2, 254 pounds, TE, Southern Illinois
    238. Derek Lott, 6’4, 314 pounds, DT, Tennessee-Chattanooga
    239. Devante Davis, 6'3, 220 pounds, WR, UNLV
    240. Blake Sims, 5'11 1/2, 218 pounds, QB, Alabama
    242. Alani Fua, 6’5, 238 pounds, OLB, BYU
    244. James Castleman, 6'2 3/4, 311 pounds, DT, Oklahoma State
    245. Martell Spaight, 5'11 7/8, 232 pounds, OLB, Arkansas
    246. Nick Boyle, 6'4 1/2, 267 pounds, TE, Delaware
    247. Jermaine Whitehead, 5’11, 197 pounds, S, Auburn
    248. Brandon Bridge, 6’4 3/8, 229 pounds, QB, South Alabama
    249. DaVaris Daniels, 6'1 1/2, 203 pounds, WR, Notre Dame
    250. Ben Koyack, 6’4 3/4, 249 pounds, TE, Notre Dame
    251. Darius Kilgo, 6'3 5/8, 320 pounds, DT, Maryland
    252. Cam Worthy, 6’2, 211 pounds, WR, East Carolina
    253. Nigel King, 6'3, 210 pounds, WR, Kansas
    254. Obum Gwacham, 6’5 3/8, 246 pounds, OLB, Oregon State
    255. Geremy Davis, 6’2 3/8, 216 pounds, WR, Connecticut
    256. Darrian Miller, 6’5 1/8, 307 pounds, OT, Kentucky
    257. Kenny Bell, 6’1 1/8, 197 pounds, WR, Nebraska
    258. Taylor Heinicke, 6'1, 211 pounds, QB, Old Dominion
    259. C.J. Uzomah, 6'5 1/8, 263 pounds, TE, Auburn
    260. Deshazor Everett, 6’0, 193 pounds, CB, Texas A&M
    261. George Farmer, 6’1, 220 pounds, WR, Southern California
    262. Travis Raciti, 6'5, 285 pounds, DE, San Jose State
    263. Chris Bonner, 6’7, 225 pounds, QB, Colorado State Pueblo
    264. Jermauria Rasco, 6’3 1/2, 259 pounds, DE, LSU
    266. Nick Marshall, 6'1 1/2, 205 pounds, CB, Auburn
    267. Laurence Gibson, 6’5 3/4, 305 pounds, OT, Virginia Tech
    268. Ishaq Williams, 6'5 1/2, 271 pounds, OLB, Notre Dame
    268. Justin Cox, 6’0 5/8, 191 pounds, S, Mississippi State
    269. Braylon Heard, 5’9 5/8, 198 pounds, RB, Kentucky
    270. Terrell Hartsfield, 6’3, 246 pounds, DE, Cincinnati
    271. Casey Pierce, 6'3 1/2, 244 pounds, TE, Kent State
    272. A.J. Tarpley, 6'0 1/4, 233 pounds, ILB, Stanford
    273. Cam Thomas, 6'0 1/4, 195 pounds, CB, Western Kentucky
    274. Trenton Brown, 6'8 1/2, 376 pounds, OT, Florida
    275. A.J. Derby, 6’4, 255 pounds, TE, Arkansas
    276. Thurston Armbrister, 6'3, 241 pounds, OLB, Miami
    277. Trey Williams, 5’7 1/2, 195 pounds, RB, Texas A&M
    278. Rob Crisp, 6’7, 301 pounds, OT, North Carolina State
    279. Mark Glowinski, 6’4, 307 pounds, G, West Virginia
    280. Donatella Luckett, 5’11 3/4, 211 pounds, WR, Harding
    281. Anthony Jefferson, 6’0 7/8, 198 pounds, CB, UCLA
    282. Tyler Varga, 5’11, 222 pounds, FB, Yale
    283. Christion Jones, 5’10 1/8, 182 pounds, WR, Alabama
    284. Tevin McDonald, 5'11 1/4, 192 pounds, CB, Eastern Washington
    285. Ryan Delaire, 6’4 1/8, 254 pounds, DE, Towson
    286. Cody Riggs, 5’9, 185 pounds, CB, Notre Dame
    287. Justin Manton, 6'2, 196 pounds, K/P, Louisiana Monroe
    288. Terrance Plummer, 6’1, 236 pounds, ILB, Central Florida
    289. Bobby Richardson, 6’3, 286 pounds, DT, Indiana
    290. Blake Bell, 6'6 3/8, 263 pounds, TE, Oklahoma
    291. John Crockett, 5'11 3/4, 217 pounds, RB, North Dakota State
    293. Davon Walls, 6’4 3/8, 301 pounds, DT, Lincoln
    294. Tayo Fabuluje, 6'6 5/8, 353 pounds, OT, TCU
    295. Devin Gardner, 6'4, 217 pounds, WR, Michigan
    296. Hutson Mason, 6’2 1/8, 207 pounds, QB, Georgia
    297. Jordan Taylor, 6'5, 210 pounds, WR, Rice
    298. Austin Shepherd, 6’4 1/2, 324 pounds, OT, Alabama
    299. Gabe Martin, 6'2, 236 pounds, OLB, Bowling Green
    300. Angelo Blackson, 6’4 3/8, 318 pounds, DT, Auburn
     
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  2. HardRightEdge

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    I wouldn't say they're all interesting.

    La'el Collins certainly is. He said if he did not go on day 2 he'd be withdrawing his name from the draft and will resumit for the 2016 draft. He's being questioned in regard to a murder.
     
  3. AmishMafia

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    Must look bad for him if Jerry Jones stayed away from him. Im sure the NFL teams looked very closely at the situation, if none of them were very confident he was innocent and would be available - well, it doesnt look good.
     
  4. DMANDTM

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    Zach Vigil would be a good pickup in the later rounds as ILB on passing downs and on special teams. Taiwan Jones is a big ILB that plays tough and is good against the run, less so in pass coverage. I don't think these two would be horrible picks that might be available - Jones first.
     
  5. 7thFloorRA

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    Ben Heeney will be a nice addition to the ILB stable when TT selects him today.
     
  6. Poppa San

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    Can he catch? Here's our fullback. Be hilarious watching the 190 pound DB's bounce off him after he catches a dumpoff pass. :laugh:
     
  7. HardRightEdge

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    I'd surmise it's just too big of an unknown. These teams are businesses first, with image and public relations concerns. The chance of losing the use of the draft pick is bad; taking the risk of having your name associated with the next Aaron Hernandez is worse. If he's cleared of charges, he'll get drafted next year with any lingering cloud impacting the amount of the payday.

    I'd presume your mention of Jerry Jones alludes to his taking Randy Gregory in the latest of his character issue guys, following on his signing of Greg Hardy.

    It's worth noting Thompson's no boy scout; he's just more price sensitive. Walden, Jolly, Lyerla, Guion...just to name some recent cases. In this game, it's unavoidable; it's just a matter of degree.

    Gregory went 2 spots ahead of the Packers second round pick. We'll never know how convincing Gregory's interview might have been or how low Thompson would have gone. Maybe he was looking for a Burfict-like free fall into free agency. In any case, we should be getting a close-up look at Gregory come Dec. 13. I suspect he'll outperform the "dumpster fire" assessment of one poster.
     
  8. Half Empty

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    After the first three rounds, you're confident you can discern one of his next picks today? :)
     
  9. tynimiller

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    Bolded my favorites and commented on a few.
     
  10. tynimiller

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    I stand by what I stated:

    162. Jake Ryan, 6’2 3/4, 238 pounds, OLB, Michigan ****Ryan I think is motivated since injury to prove he should have went sooner....chip on the shoulder syndrome!

    I truly think the chip for his drop may be HUGE, I like the pick even though I like Hayes Pollard a little more, Jake has a motor and wants to prove he should have gone sooner. I like the pick
     

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