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#1 DynastyRTR

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Posted 23 March 2010 - 04:34 PM

trade down scenario:

-Trade the 48th overall pick to Arizona for the 58th overall pick and the 195th overall pick(6th rd) and a 2011 6th rd pick.

2(#58)-Mardy Gilyard-WR-Concinnatti

6'0, 187-4.47

3(#78)-Austen Lane-DE-Murray State
6'6,276-4.84

4(#112)-A.J. Edds-SLB-Iowa
6-4,246-4.71

-Trade pick #'s 175(6th rd) and 223(7th rd) to Kansas City for pick #142(5th rd).

5(#142)-Mike Neal-DT-Purdue
6'3,294-4.87

6(#195)-David Reed-WR-Utah

6'0,191-4.52

6-compensation(#202)-Leigh Tiffin-K-Alabama
6'1,209-?

6-compensation(#204)-Tim Hiller-QB-Western Michigan
6'4,229-4.94

7-compensation(#249)-Dorian Brooks-OG-James Madison
6'2, 306-5.16

Edited by CrimsonTidePanthers, 23 March 2010 - 04:56 PM.


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Posted 23 March 2010 - 04:34 PM

trade up scenario coming.

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Posted 23 March 2010 - 04:53 PM

trade up scenario:

-trade pick #48 and 2011 2nd rd pick to St. Louis for pick #33 overall and pick #155(5th rd)

2(#33)-Golden Tate-WR-Notre Dame
5'11,195-4.36

3(#78)-Tyson Alualu-DT-California
6'3,294-4.87

4(#112)-A.J. Edds-SLB

-Trade pick #'s 175(6th rd) and 223(7th rd) to Cleveland for pick #137(5th rd)

5(#137)-Daniel Te'o Nesheim-DE-Washington
6'4,267-4.72

5(#155)-Leigh Tiffin-K-Alabama

6-compensation(#202)-Armanti Edwards-QB/WR-App. State
5'11, 192-4.41

6-compensation(#204)-Chris DeGeare-OG/C-Wake Forest
6'4,325-5.16

7-compensation(#249)-Nick Polk-Indiana-SS
5'11,218-4.56

Edited by CrimsonTidePanthers, 23 March 2010 - 04:55 PM.


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Posted 23 March 2010 - 05:25 PM

I love Tiffin and Hiller as late round sleepers.

I don't understand why picks 3 through 5 changed from each scenario.. they should have stayed the same because they are the exact same picks..

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Posted 23 March 2010 - 05:28 PM

I would rather have CB crezdon butler in the 5th rather than a kicker...I'm also not crazy about Edwards but I love the te'o neshiem and aj Edds pick.

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Posted 23 March 2010 - 05:31 PM

http://www.carolinah...ock-drafts.html

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Posted 23 March 2010 - 05:38 PM

trade down scenario:

-Trade the 48th overall pick to Arizona for the 58th overall pick and the 195th overall pick(6th rd) and a 2011 6th rd pick.

2(#58)-Mardy Gilyard-WR-Concinnatti

6'0, 187-4.47

Funny. I'm playing in a draft game being the Panthers GM and did that trade with the Cards who select Jermaine Gresham, it was: 48th and 110th picks for 58th and 90th picks. With that pick i select...guess it: Lamarr Houston :D

I love the first mock: Gilyard, Edds, Neal and Tiffin (:D) are great picks, althought i don't fall in love with Gilyard as some of you.

Someboy should make a scouting report of Austen Lane. I'm hearing about this guy too much lately in this forum and is almost impossible to read or watch something.

BTW i prefer Antonio Brown instead of David Reed.

Great work man!


Regards!!

#8 DynastyRTR

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Posted 23 March 2010 - 07:18 PM

http://www.carolinah...ock-drafts.html

:D


lol. it was more of an idea thread..lol

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Posted 23 March 2010 - 07:21 PM

I would rather have CB crezdon butler in the 5th rather than a kicker...I'm also not crazy about Edwards but I love the te'o neshiem and aj Edds pick.


why CB when we have Gamble, Munnerlyn, Hudson, Wilson(also a safety), and Marshall if he and Wilson sign their tender's. 5 CB's..actually 6 if you count Marcus Walker who is on the practice squad. reason I went kicker is because Kasay nor Baker can kick the ball into/near the endzone on kickoffs and Kasay isn't getting any younger.

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Posted 23 March 2010 - 07:23 PM

I love Tiffin and Hiller as late round sleepers.

I don't understand why picks 3 through 5 changed from each scenario.. they should have stayed the same because they are the exact same picks..


I guess I wanted to change it up a bit. :D

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Posted 23 March 2010 - 07:48 PM

why CB when we have Gamble, Munnerlyn, Hudson, Wilson(also a safety), and Marshall if he and Wilson sign their tender's. 5 CB's..actually 6 if you count Marcus Walker who is on the practice squad. reason I went kicker is because Kasay nor Baker can kick the ball into/near the endzone on kickoffs and Kasay isn't getting any younger.


I agree about kasay but my biggest thing is that I doubt fox goes with a rookie over a vet for something as important as kicking duties. As far as the secondary here are some of my concerns:

1) Will Marshall be here next year? We gave him a small tender and he may go for big money next season which would leave us thin at cornerback. Not to mention what if we have an injury this season?

2) Marcus Hudson played safety for the 49ers do he can fill in at either position. So basically if we pick up a safety or a corner in the draft he could fill either...wherever we need him.

3) I love munneryln but I don't think he is cut out to be a full time starter...as good as he was last year I think he is best as a nickleback. Maybe he could be a stud but I'd like to have a young player back there who could step up in a year or two while providing depth right now.

I also like the idea of drafting a legitimate safety or at least someone who could play a few games if there is an injury...which is why I really like the safety Folk in the 7th. I like the secondary but I just think we need some more bodies back there in case of injuries. But that's just my opinion.


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