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Many different Mock Drafts with a bunch of scenarios run...

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I've got the fever for mock drafts so I'm going to just make one final topic with just the names of players with no explinations to leave less clutter. Each mock will be a different scenario or a combination of scenarios.

*UPDATED 3/3/10*

A.J Edds will probably not be avalible, swapped him with Rennine Curran in the 4th and Dakota Watson in the 3rd. Still need to add some variety in the 6th/7th round picks. Will layer the Deangelo Williams trade over other trades but that's going to take a while I'll do some later. May run out of letters in the alphabet.

A. Everything goes normal.....

2nd - Mardy Gilyard WR/RS

3rd - Geno Atkins UT

4th - Rennie Curran WLB

6th - Shawn Lauvao OG

7th - Will Barker OT

B. Trade down in the 2nd round....

2nd - Lammar Houston UT

3rd - Taylor Price WR

3rd - Dakota Watson OLB

4th - Rennie Curran WLB

6th - Trindon Holiday WR/RB/RS

7th - Will Barker OT

C. Trade up to mid-late 1st round using 2011 2nd, 2010 2nd & 6th.

1st - Brian Price UT

3rd – Demaryius Thomas WR

4th - Rennie Curran WLB

7th - Will Barker OT

D. Trade 2011 1st for high 2nd....

2nd - Terrance Cody NT

2nd - Chad Jones FS/SS

3rd - Taylor Price WR

4th - Rennie Curran WLB

6th - Trindon Holiday RB/WR/RS

7th - Will Barker OT

E. Trade 2011 1st for mid 2nd and 4th...

2nd - Dexter McCluster RB/WR/RS

2nd - Mardy Gilyard WR

3rd - Geno Atkins UT

4th - A.J. Edds SLB

4th - Rennie Curran WLB

6th - Ed Wang OT

7th - Will Barker OT

F. (C,D) Trade up to mid-late 1st round using 2011 2nd, 2010 2nd & 6th. Then trade 2011 1st for a high 2nd....

1st - Brian Price UT

2nd - Kyle Wilson CB/RS

3rd – Carlton Mitchell WR

4th - A.J. Edds SLB

6th - Ed Wang OT

7th - Will Barker OT

G. (C,E) Trade up to mid-late 1st round using 2011 2nd, 2010 2nd & 6th. Then trade 2011 1st for mid 2nd and 4th...

1st - Brian Price UT

2nd - Dexter McCluster RB/WR/RS

3rd - Taylor Price WR

4th - A.J. Edds SLB

4th - Rennie Curran WLB

7th - Will Barker OT

H. (B,D) Trade 2011 1st for high 2nd. Then trade down in the 2nd round.

2nd - Terrance Cody NT

2nd - Chad Jones FS/SS

3rd – Carlton Mitchell WR

3rd – A.J. Edds SLB

4th – Rennie Curran WLB

6th - Trindon Holiday RB/WR/RS

7th - Will Barker OT

I. (B,E) Trade 2011 1st for mid 2nd and 4th. Then trade down in the 2nd round.

2nd - Dexter McCluster RB/WR/RS

2nd – Chad Jones FS/SS

3rd – Taylor Price WR

3rd – Geno Atkins UT

4th - A.J. Edds SLB

4th - Rennie Curran WLB

6th - Ed Wang OT

7th - Will Barker OT

J. Trade Deangelo Williams & a 6th to San Diego for 1st, 3rd, & 5th round picks. *(For discussion purposes)*

1st - Brian Price UT

2nd – Mardy Gilyard WR/RS

3rd – Carlton Mitchell WR

3rd – Dakota Watson SLB

4th – Rennie Curran WLB

5th – Vince Oghobasse DT

7th – Will Barker OT

K. (B,J) Trade Deangelo Williams & a 6th to San Diego for 1st, 3rd, & 5th round picks. Trade down in the 2nd round.

1st – Sean Weatherspoon OLB

2nd – Chad Jones FS/SS

3rd – Taylor Price WR

3rd – Geno Atkins UT

3rd – Carlton Mitchell WR

4th – Rennie Curran WLB

5th – Vince OghoBasse DT

7th – Will Barker

L. (C,J) Trade Deangelo Williams and 2011 1st to San Diego for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd pick.

1st – Brian Price DT

2nd – Chad Jones FS/SS

2nd – Lammar Houston UT

3rd – Demaryius Thomas WR

3rd – Carlton Mitchell WR

4th – A.J Edds SLB

6th - Trindon Holiday RS

7th – Will Barker OT

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So you like Taylor Price then!

That's a lot of scenarios. Somehow I get the impression not many people will put premiums on the 1st round from 2011, so we either trade up in the 2nd or stay put. Just my opinion

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I don't see a lot of QB's drafted (any)

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Dexter McCluster is good, but I think he's more suited as a RB, not a wide out.

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I started looking at that Price kid and...

He seems very consistent and accurate at route running, but lacks speed and the ability to break tackles. He's 6-0 205, so not incredibly tall or short, pretty average all around. So...I dunno he'd be a toss up

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I like Dan Williams, I think that he could play either NT or the 3-technique

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I like Dan Williams, I think that he could play either NT or the 3-technique

I know Dan personally, and think the world of him as a man. Still, I'd rather my NFL team draft Price from UCLA over him. I'm just not convinced that he'll be a stud in the league.

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Dexter McCluster is good, but I think he's more suited as a RB, not a wide out.

when i put a / it means that he'll be more of a package guy.

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I can switch up the drafts with demaryius thomas instead of price but I don't see big a difference right now. I like price better because he's just as fast but he runs better routes, I think he'll succeed quicker in the NFL.

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2nd - Taylor Price WR

3rd - Taylor Price WR

4th - Taylor Price WR

6th - Taylor Price WR

7th - Taylor Price WR

UDFA: Price, Taylor WR

(Just kidding Sorth)

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