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Terriblepizza's Mock Draft 3.0

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Round 1: Stephon Gilmore, CB, South Carolina

In the pre-draft press conference this week Coach Rivera said he wanted player that could start

immediately and Gilmore is exactly that player. He has the ideal combination of size and speed

along with long arms. He is terrific in run defense and isn’t afraid to make a hit at the line of

scrimmage. He led the Gamecocks in 2010 in tackles. He is great in zone coverage and press

coverage and is athletic enough to hold his own in man to man. He can immediately start on the

outside and allow Munnerlyn to shift back to the inside where he excels.

Round 2: Devon Still, DT, Penn State

Arguably the most “NFL-ready” of the senior defensive tackles in this years draft, Devon Still

could be another player that immediately jumps into the starting rotation on our line. He is great

against the run due to his ability to get off blocks and fill the run lanes. He can do the same when

rushing the passer but his lack of closing speed and explosiveness leads him to have very few

sacks.

Round 4: Jared Crick, DT/DE, Nebraska

Crick is a versatile and athletic lineman who can play all the positions along the defensive line.

He’s got a huge motor and has sacked the quarterback on pure effort alone. He had a monster

junior year playing next to Suh, and may struggle to get off blocks on his own. He can make an

immediate impact rotating in at DT or spelling our DEs.

Round 5: Danny Trevathan, LB, Kentucky

Trevathan is a pure tackling machine, leading the SEC in tackles the past two years. He is always

around the ball because of his good instincts. He’s an average athlete and could struggle in

coverage at the next level. At minimum he’d make a fantastic special teams player and a good

back up for any of the LB positions.

Round 6a: James Carmon, OT, Mississippi State

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A converted defensive tackle, he has all the size and athletic ability to be a good OT in this

league with the proper coaching on technique. He is a monster at 6’7” and has unreal strength. At

worst, he will be a solid back up. He could be an eventual replacement for any of our linemen.

Round 6b: George Bryan, TE, NC State

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An NFL caliber "on the line Y", he isn't a dynamic pass catching option but has the ability to

make plays underneath and at least threaten the seam and can develop into a great run blocker.

Isn't quite dynamic enough to start in the NFL, but could end up being one of the better reserves

at the position on the next level

Round 7: Greg McCoy, CB, TCU

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Not overly good in coverage, he would be a serviceable backup at best. His real value is as a kick

returner and special teams player.

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I don't know why this one duplicated. Could a mod remove it?

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any mock with gilmore in the first sucks. why? because gilmore sucks compared to janoris and dre.

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Don't think Gilmore is the BPA at #9.

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any mock with gilmore in the first sucks. why? because gilmore sucks compared to janoris and dre.

Not even true.....

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