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    Bruh of the bruhs, bruh.
  • Birthday 06/19/1985

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  1. Beating the Heat

    Hawes is out for game 6.
  2. Mel Kiper's last Mock 2016 NFL Draft

    Oklahoma's starting RT was trash last year. Now, the LT was solid-decent. But, the right side of the line had issues all year.
  3. 30. Carolina Panthers Kevin Dodd, DE, Clemson The Panthers need another pass-rusher, and Dodd was a big-time producer at Clemson. He needs to grow because much of his dominating tape came against some average blockers, but when you play with a lead you can use these guys. He jumps into the rotation. Picks of the substance: 26. Seattle Seahawks T.J. Green, S, Clemson He's listed at safety, but this is a guy who could come in and be a press corner, and he certainly fits the model for the players they like in the secondary. The former wide receiver has decent ball skills. 17. Atlanta Falcons Darron Lee, LB, Ohio State I've heard the guy I have coming off the board at No. 20 linked here, but I'll go with Lee, who gives them a linebacker who can move like a safety. 12. New Orleans Saints Sheldon Rankins, DL, Louisville He's been a popular player in this slot, and I'm not changing anything for the final mock. Rankins can be an impact player in this scheme and will see plenty of the field in year one. 9. Tampa Bay Buccaneers Leonard Floyd, OLB, Georgia In a draft where there's no perfect pass-rush prospect, Floyd has been a popular name as a potential top-10 pick over the last week. I can also see them targeting a cornerback here. 4. Dallas Cowboys Ezekiel Elliott, RB, Ohio State Dallas goes for the player they feel has star potential running behind that impressive offensive line. I'm not a huge fan of taking running backs this high, but I don't doubt Zeke can be a star. 31. Denver Broncos Germain Ifedi, OT, Texas A&M They might take a hard look at a quarterback here, but in the end I don't think John Elway and that room will be able to stomach the reach on value. Ifedi is a tackle they can kick inside. They need the help on the O-line. 25. Pittsburgh Steelers William Jackson III, CB, Houston I'm not totally convinced the Steelers will go with a cornerback here, even though I see that as a clear need position. They could target a pass-rusher, but Jackson is a great value at this spot.
  4. 30. Carolina Panthers Kevin Dodd, DE, Clemson Dodd comes with some risk because he really put together only one solid year of film. His athletic limitations are also a concern, but on tape, he shows a good first step coming off the edge. Picks of substance: 17. Atlanta Falcons Keanu Neal, S, Florida You'd have to think Atlanta also would consider Ohio State's Darron Lee here if the board fell this way, but Neal would give coach Dan Quinn the most physical player in this class and a safety who comes into the league ready to contribute right away. Neal has the skill set to play the Kam Chancellor role in Quinn's defense. 14. Oakland Raiders Karl Joseph, S, West Virginia A two-time team captain who comes with excellent overall makeup and football character, Joseph is the most complete true safety in this class. Joseph brings a physical presence to the position, discarding blocks well and showing savvy working through traffic. 12. New Orleans Saints Sheldon Rankins, DT, Louisville I've mocked Rankins to the Saints quite a few times. They need to get stronger and quicker up front, and Rankins' versatile skill set would make an immediate impact in New Orleans. 9. Tampa Bay Buccaneers Leonard Floyd, OLB, Georgia As I've been saying for the past 10 days or so: Floyd is the hottest name in the draft. The last Tampa Bay edge rusher to record double-digit sacks was Simeon Rice in 2005. Floyd has a ton of upside in that area, given his elite first step and freakish athleticism. 4. Dallas Cowboys Ezekiel Elliott, RB, Ohio State Elliott is a true three-down RB who can start immediately behind Dallas' elite offensive line. He rushed for 3,699 yards and 41 TDs in his last two seasons at Ohio State. 25. Pittsburgh Steelers William Jackson III, CB, Houston The Steelers need to come out of this draft with upgrades at CB after allowing 272 passing yards per game last season (30th overall). Jackson, who led the FBS with 28 pass breakups last season, has the best ball skills of any defensive back in this draft. 26. Seattle Seahawks Germain Ifedi, OT, Texas A&M Russell Wilson was running for his life far too often last season (45 sacks, tied for third worst). And while Ifedi is really raw, he has the length (36-inch arms), quickness and balance to eventually develop into a quality right tackle. 31. Denver Broncos Hunter Henry, TE, Arkansas Henry has natural ball skills and the athleticism to stretch the defense down the seam. He uses his frame well to shield defenders from the ball in contested-catch situations.
  5. So, he got herpes on his birthday? That's the worst present ever.
  6. Cliff fires shots at the Heat

    Like I don't mind rooting for a college you never went to, but rooting against the college you graduated from for that school? That's another level of complete retardation.
  7. 2016 Panthers First Round Draft Selection Tree

    Fair enough, I think Sterling Shepard will come into effect at that point.
  8. 2016 Panthers First Round Draft Selection Tree

    I just don't see a trade down in this draft for G-Man. He loves his 5th year option way too much.
  9. Commas are very important people.
  10. Cliff fires shots at the Heat

    I forgot to tell you, I had a friend during March Madness that graduated from UNCW but was a huge Duke fan. He was rooting for Duke to win that game, thought you would enjoy that.
  11. Cliff fires shots at the Heat

    Hornets coach Steve Clifford on Hassan Whiteside's recent remark that their first-round series has become the "flop-offs": "If you want to get into career flopping between the two rosters it wouldn't be close."
  12. Brad Nessler has left ESPN for CBS and will eventually replace the network's SEC play-by-play broadcaster Verne Lundquist, according to a tweet from's Clay Travis. Nessler, 59, will do NFL games for CBS until taking over for Lundquist, 75, who has called SEC games since 2000.