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Son of a Beach, final mock

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I'm gonna have fun with this..

 

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Round 1

 

Joel Bitonio OT/G/C Nevada 6'4 304

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Yep.  This is the guy.  He helps out the entire left side of the line (or really anywhere on the line) and will be a foundation alongside Kalil for years to come.  Rivera supposedly flew to Reno to meet with him personally.  Multiple visits from the team, first round consideration. The other plus...+board freaks out.  I think he's an NFL LT.  He's also fully capable at RT and G.  Loved that he protected Kaepernick's blindside early on and played like a stud against FSU last season.

 

 

Round 2

 

Jordan Matthews WR Vanderbilt 6'3 205

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I’d love to see Matthews in a Panthers uniform.  Given the amount of talent, it’s totally possible he’s available right here.  Take him and you get an instant starter ahead of Cotchery.  

 

 

Round 3

 

Pierre Desir CB Lindenwood 6'1 198

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A strong corner that's projected in the 3rd round.  Good size, good reports, why not.   

 

 

Round 4

 

Kevin Norwood WR Alabama 6'2 194

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A reliable, sure-handed catcher who would be a good 2nd grab at WR.

 

 

Round 5

 

Justin Britt LT Missouri 6'6 325

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Looking for solid depth on the back end of the draft and he’d be a great add. 

 

 

Round 6

 

Shaquille Richardson CB Arizona 6’0 194

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A VERY overlooked CB prospect imo; damn fast/speed and size combo  

 

 

Round 7

 

Zach Moore DE Concordia-St. Paul 6’6 269

 

Another sleeper and he could possibly go earlier (5-7).  Really like what I’ve read.

 

 

well..there it is

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Overview…

 

The offense

 

[QB] 

Cam Newton | Anderson | Webb

 

[RB]

Williams | Stewart | Barner /Archer

 

[FB]

Tolbert | Brockel

 

[WR]

Matthews | Cotchery | Norwood | Avant “he has great hands” | Underwood/King/McNutt

 

[TE]

Olsen | Dickson | D.C. Jefferson

 

[Line Battles/Depth Chart]

Bell/JB/Chandler/Britt | JB/Amini/Kug | Kalil/JB/Folkerts | Chandler/Scott/Bond | Chandler/Bell/JB/Britt

 

 

The defense

 

[DE]

Johnson-Kraken | Addison-Alexander-Moore-Roh-Horton

 

[DT]

Star-Short-D’wan-Cole

 

[LBs]

Klein | Kuechly | Davis

Williams-Blackburn-Ben Jacobs

 

[CB]

Melvin White | Antoine Cason | Pierre Desir

Shaq Richardson-James Dockery-Josh Norman

 

[FS]

DeCoud | Jones

 

[sS]

Roman Harper Robert Lester

 

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oh and my first 2 in brief:

 

-1-

 

1. Allen Robinson WR

2. Jarvis Landry WR

3. Billy Turner OT

4. Zach Moore DE

5. Walt Aikens CB

6. Bennett Jackson CB

7. Dezmend Southward SS

 

 

-2-

 

1. Brandin Cooks WR

2. Cameron Fleming OT

3. Dion Bailey FS

4. Cody Latimer WR (before he rose)

5. Philip Gaines CB

6. Devon Kennard OLB

7. Ryan Groy OG

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Would like it if the draft went like this, don't know much about archer other than his speed. Kudos on the Brooklyn decker pic

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Would like it if the draft went like this, don't know much about archer other than his speed. Kudos on the Brooklyn decker pic

 

Sneak peak:

 

per CBS:

 

 

 

Oregon's DeAnthony Thomas may have garnered most of the attention over the past three years as the nation's most mesmerizing combination of speed and agility, but Archer - the first KSU player to earn a spot on the Walter Camp All-American team -- wasn't far behind.
Like Thomas, Archer spent most of his career at running back with the Golden Arches but scouts are split as to where he'll wind up in the NFL. He was invited to the Combine as a running back but given his slight frame and soft hands, it isn't difficult to imagine him ultimately making the conversion to slot receiver, a position he played with increasing frequency as his record-breaking career at Kent State came to a close. 

 

http://www.cbssports.com/nfl/draft/players/1725062/dri-archer

 

 

They think he compares to :

 

 

 

COMPARES TO: Dexter McCluster, Kansas City Chiefs - The 5-08, 170-pound McCluster has served as a moveable chess piece for the Chiefs since entering the NFL in 2010, providing big play ability at running back, receiver and returner. The team that gives Archer his chance will be hoping for similar versatility and durability. --Rob Rang

 

 

NFL.com:

 

 

 

Rare burst, acceleration and top-end speed to take the corner and create big plays. Can fly by MAC competition with top gear. Very good agility, balance, vision and creativity. Weaves through a crowd and can find daylight. Soft-handed and plucks the ball with ease. Extremely strong pound-for-pound. Very good career all-purpose yardage. Good versatility -- contributes as a runner, slot receiver and return man. Four career kickoff-return TDs (and was kicked away from). Clocked a 4.16-second 40-yard dash in 18 steps on one official handheld combine watch, tying Calvin Johnsons NFL Scouting Combine record for fewest steps. Has a 38-inch vertical jump.

 

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Epic.

and Archer is a man.

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Third round pick seems kinda high for a gadget player though

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Third round pick seems kinda high for a gadget player though

 

 

It is but our history is so insanely bad post-CJ in round-3, might as well take a stab with the most explosive player on the board haha.  I'd be cool with Abbrederis or Richardson as well but I think our offense & ST could benefit more from Archer.  

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It is but our history is so insanely bad post-CJ in round-3, might as well take a stab with the most explosive player on the board haha. I'd be cool with Abbrederis or Richardson as well but I think our offense & ST could benefit more from Archer.

True, it has been awful lol, vereen pick is great too. Seems like the type of hybrid nickel Rivera loves in this defense

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True, it has been awful lol, vereen pick is great too. Seems like the type of hybrid nickel Rivera loves in this defense

 

Definitely.  I really like Vereen and think he fits into our defense about as good as it gets.    

 

A lot of early to mid-round DBs in this draft fit our scheme very well imo: Fuller, Bailey, Cockrell, Vereen, Desir to name a handful.  Also, that LJ Jones who we met with looks like an interesting prospect.  

 

I was trying to fit an OLB/DE somewhere in here as well (was thinking Adrian Hubbard with the Archer pick) but decided to stay on offense.  Had Grimble where Britt was but think OL depth is wayy more valuable plus we signed DC late last season similar to King and McNutt.    

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Really like it. If Matthews there in the second I'd almost guarantee he's the pick that Gettleman and Rivera make. I love Brock Vereen, I think he could be a star in the NFL due to the fact that he can play almost any position in the backfield (he reminds me a lot of Malcolm Jenkins).

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