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This is a terrible mock. There is no way 3 QBs get taken in the top 10. Also, Fisher won't make it out of the top 10. Tavon Austin is not at all worth the 14th pick. I would much rather take Star or Trufant there.

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This is a terrible mock. There is no way 3 QBs get taken in the top 10. Also, Fisher won't make it out of the top 10. Tavon Austin is not at all worth the 14th pick. I would much rather take Star or Trufant there.

I am not not sure if three qbs will go in the top 10 either, I know two will, but the Bills could probably trade back to get Manuel. No chance they take anyone but a qb though. Trufant is to high at 14.

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patton is not going in the 1st

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Tavon Austin over Werner, Star and Warmack is comical. Fisher wont drop out of the top 4.

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I like it. I think Austin's looking more and more like the 14th overall pick.

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Love Tavon but I'll have to think 10x and check Star's health 100x before passing him up

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Tavon Austin over Werner, Star and Warmack is comical. Fisher wont drop out of the top 4.

You are probably right, I imagine someone will trade up for Fisher. Not sure why everyone wants Star so bad, he is more of a 3-4 DE than a 4-3 DT...

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You are probably right, I imagine someone will trade up for Fisher. Not sure why everyone wants Star so bad, he is more of a 3-4 DE than a 4-3 DT...

I don't see that at all. He's a pocket collapsing, take on 2 or 3 blockers and still not give ground, 4-3 DT. He's a beast against the run, fires as quick off the snap as any DT I've seen in a long time, completely rag dolls single blockers (in college of course, though I think he'll be as effective against your average NFL OL too).

He's not particularly tall, he's not undersized by any stretch, nothing about him really looks like more of a 3-4 DE than 4-3 DT. If he WERE in a 3-4 it'd probably be as a DE, but he could probably play NT in a 3-4 effectively too because he just so strong at the point of attack. He's as versatile and generally talented a DT prospect as I've seen. He might not be the pass rusher Suh was coming out, but (discounting the potential heart problem) if Suh and Star were coming out at the same time I'd have a hard time choosing between them.

Go back and watch more videos of Star, I think you might change your tune. Richardson and Floyd are more prototypical 3-4 DEs (Richardson with his height, length, quickness and motor and Floyd with his quickness and inability to take on blocks in the middle). Star is an absolute beast of a 4-3 DT.

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