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Nagai's 1st round mock

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Rofl I spent the whole day on this. Eh I'm sick.

The Panther's pick was based on Verge's tips. Not to lick his balls too much, but that guy actually knows personnel people from the organisation and has a good track record when it comes to predicting the draft. I didn't like the pick initially either, but I can deal with it. In Gettleman I trust.

I'm too lazy to put comments. Maybe tomorrow.

  1. Kansas City (2-14) – Luke Joeckel OT

  2. Jacksonville (2-14) – Eric Fisher OT

  3. Oakland (4-12) – Shariff Floyd DT

  4. Philadelphia (4-12) – Lane Johnson OT

  5. Detroit (4-12) – Ziggy Ansah DE

  6. Cleveland (5-11) – Geno Smith QB

  7. Arizona (5-11) – Star Lotulelei DT

  8. Buffalo (6-10) – Tavon Austin WR

  9. New York Jets (6-10) – Dion Jordan OLB

  10. Tennessee (6-10) – Dee Miliner CB

  11. San Diego (7-9) – Jonathan Cooper OG

  12. Miami (7-9) – Xavier Rhodes CB

  13. Tampa Bay (7-9) – DJ Hayden CB

  14. Carolina (7-9) – Kenny Vaccaro S

  15. New Orleans (7-9) – Barkevious Mingo OLB

  16. St. Louis (7-8-1) – Coradelle Patterson

  17. Pittsburgh (8-8) – Tyler Eifert TE

  18. Dallas (8-8) – DJ Fluker OT

  19. New York Giants (10-6) – Chance Warmack OG

  20. Chicago Bears (10-6) – Justin Pugh OT

  21. Cincinnati (10-6) – Jarvis Jones OLB

  22. St. Louis - from Washington* (10-6) – Manelik Watson OT

  23. Minnesota (10-6) – Justin Hunter WR

  24. Indianapolis (11-5) – Jamar Taylor CB

  25. Minnesota - from Seattle* (11-5) – Sheldon Richardson DT

  26. Green Bay (11-5) – Sylvester Williams DT

  27. Houston (12-4) – DeAndre Hopkins WR

  28. Denver (13-3) – Manti Te'o LB

  29. New England (12-4) – Desmond Trufant CB

  30. Atlanta (13-3) – Datone Jones DE

  31. San Francisco (11-4-1) – Matt Elam S

  32. Baltimore (10-6) – Eric Reid S

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Hearing that SD likes Cooper more then Warmack, would be surprised if they go OL that they take Cooper over him and Fluker.

I'd also switch out Reid for Cyprien for the 49er pick.

looks good though and will probably be fairly accurate unless a major trade throws the draft off.

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Hearing that SD likes Cooper more then Warmack, would be surprised if they go OL that they take Cooper over him and Fluker.

I'd also switch out Reid for Cyprien for the 49er pick.

looks good though and will probably be fairly accurate unless a major trade throws the draft off.

Thanks! I wonder how SD taking Cooper would change things. Would Dallas take Warmack over Fluker?

I put Reid there for the 9ers because I trust Harbaugh to get the most out of the most athletic safety in the draft.

edit: It's annoying me now, I'm changing Warmack for Cooper lol.

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Hearing that SD likes Cooper more then Warmack, would be surprised if they go OL that they take Cooper over him and Fluker.

I'd also switch out Reid for Cyprien for the 49er pick.

looks good though and will probably be fairly accurate unless a major trade throws the draft off.

Cooper's ability to play all three interior position intrigues a lot of teams. He's also very athletic.

I wouldn't rule out the possibility of Reid going before Elam. Ive seem many mocks on NFL Network that constantly has Reid going as early as Cincy and Rams.

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I'm still unsold on Vaccaro, but I'd also still easily take him before Patterson or probably Austin or Allen.

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i'm getting the sense that fluker is going to be taken ahead of warmack. in fact i wouldn't be surprised to see him go in the top 15 and warmack in the mid 20's.

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I'm still unsold on Vaccaro, but I'd also still easily take him before Patterson or probably Austin or Allen.

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Changed the Houston pick to Hopkins. Makes more sense imo.

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Teo to Denver makes too much sense, Foxie does love his linebackers. Vaccaro I am lukewarm about as well, but if our scouting guys think he is the best safety, I guess I would go with it. The top 5 seems a bit off to me, but there are not really any players that are sure fire top 5 guys anyway.

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