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My 7 Round Mock

Discussion in '2011 Draft Archive' started by Teddy T, Mar 2, 2011.

  1. Teddy T

    Teddy T Cheesehead

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    1. Leonard Hankerson - WR - Miami - 6-2 205 lbs.
    Solid route runner with great hands and great speed. He has a passion for the game and has a great work ethic. Has worked with Mark Duper and Chris Carter while at Miami. Looked great at the senior bowl.

    2. Kenrick Ellis - DL - Hampton - 6-4 345 lbs.
    Elite size. Has the potential to be a dominant nose tackle. Impressive upper body strength; has the ability to toss undersized offensive linemen aside as he bull rushes into the backfield. Adequate athleticism considering his size. Holds his ground against double teams; rarely knocked backward – at worst he holds his ground and eats up blockers

    3. Dwayne Harris - WR - ECU - 6-0 205 lbs.
    He is not a number one wide receiver, bu t he could be a great slot receiver and return specialist in the NFL. He reminds me of Donald Driver.

    4. Rob Housler - TE - Florida Atlantic - 6-5 248 lbs.
    With excellent size and above-average arm length, Housler has room to develop at the next level. He is a great athlete with terrific speed. When running routes, shows fine cutting ability. He has natural hands with the uncanny ability to adjust to airborne balls. Housler makes catches look easy, and is a matchup problem for both safeties (size) and linebackers (speed).


    4(c). Willie Smith - OT - ECU - 6-6 310 lbs.
    Is only starting to scratch the surface of his potential. Possesses an excellent frame, is a gifted athlete and bends extremely well for the position. Needs some time to develop, but I definitely see this guy with starting ability if he continues to improve.

    5. Cheta Ozougwu - OLB - Rice - 6-2 252 lbs
    At 6'2", 252 lbs, he's a little undersized for a 3-4 outside linebacker, but has generally done a solid job against the run. He's got solid speed (4.7), and although his sack production isn't quite there, he could be an interesting late round project.

    6. Chris Neild - DL - West Virginia - 6-2 300 lbs.
    He plays with a good motor, works hard to fight his way off blocks and displays impressive range and closing speed for a guy his size. Does a nice job extending his arms into opposing linemen, though, sitting into his stance and playing off blocks 1v1.

    7. Anthony Sherman - FB - UCONN 5-11 242 lbs.
    A strong, thickly put together lead blocker who has the initial burst to reach the line of scrimmage and quickly generate a real pop on contact. The guy is a demon in coverage units, plays hard, finds the football and loves the contact. He consistently comes up with big special teams tackles week in and week out and is a nice lunch pail guy to have on your team.


    7. Antareis Bryan - CB - Baylor - 6-1 190 lbs.
    Bryan has a terrific combination of size (6-1, 195 pounds) and speed, but injury concerns during his college career have him pegged as a late-round selection or a priority free agent.
     
  2. PackersRS

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    If Blacksdale is taken in the first round, I'm not gonna post in here till the new season starts.
     
  3. brett2520

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    No way Barksdale is going in first round. I have seen mock drafts putting him in the third round, so no way.
     
  4. ivo610

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    running back? I guess theres a chance we could draft one. what about a kicker?
     
  5. GBPack2010

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    He's not a 1st rounder. Late 2nd rounder at best if he owns his Pro day.
     
  6. Teddy T

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    Revised Mock Draft
     
  7. TimeMachine

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    No way we are going WR in the 1st unless AJ Green or Julio Jones fall, which isn't going to happen.
     
  8. FrankRizzo

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    Not sure about that.

    Barksdale: [​IMG]

    Our OL: [​IMG]
    (With Bulaga in place of Tauscher), TJ Lang, Evan Dietrich-Smith, Jason Spitz, and that McDonald guy the next ones in.
     
  9. PackersRS

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    Newhouse is black...
     
  10. OldSchoolFan

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    Sorta like ...Justin Harrell?...ugh, I gotta go throw up now.
     
  11. Teddy T

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    updated mock draft
     
  12. PackersRS

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    Why get another FB? Specially a blocker one, when we have Quinn Johnson?
     
  13. Teddy T

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    I think Korey Hall will be gone and Thompson likes having three fullbacks. I believe that Fullbacks should be good at blocking and that would be why they would get another blocking one.
     
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    As a ECU alum, I will tell you that Harris is a great pick at that point. He may never be a superstar but he has a very good shot of being a impact 3rd WR like Randel El
     
  15. Wood Chipper

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    we need a number 2 guy. we have 2 impact wrs just not a number 2.
     

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