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Scouts Inc 7 Round Mock

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14 (14) Carolina Panthers Star Lotulelei, DT, Utah

12 (44) Carolina Panthers Blidi Wreh-Wilson, CB, Connecticut

11 (108) Carolina Panthers Da'Rick Rogers, WR, Tennessee Tech

15 (148) Carolina Panthers Ty Powell, OLB, Harding

14 (182) Carolina Panthers Rontez Miles, S, California (Pa.)

This would be my dream draft.

Don't know much about the last 2 guys, but I like drafing smaller school guys later, small school guys I think have a higher "sleeper" rate than most BCS schools.

Star: Best DT in the draft.

Wreh-Wilson: Top 3 Corner in the draft IMO

Da'Rick Rodgers: One of most underrated WR in the draft. His level of competitiveness is smiliar to Steve's.

Edit: Sorry the format was messed up. Fixed.

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No clue who that CB is (looks like a size/speed guy, but only 1 INT?), but if we could get Star in the 1st and Rogers in the 4th, then I don't give a damn who we pick with the other 3 selections. I'll take it!

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I would like to go another route in the second round. Blidi Wreh Wilson, he's ok, but there are going to be better 2nd round safeties or even receivers here.

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If this were to happen I think I would cry.. of happiness

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I really think we need to go OL in one of our first 3 picks, if not trading to get a second 2nd or 3rd

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No clue who that CB is (looks like a size/speed guy, but only 1 INT?), but if we could get Star in the 1st and Rogers in the 4th, then I don't give a damn who we pick with the other 3 selections. I'll take it!

Int's arent everything. When Nnamdi was considered the best CB in the NFL, his final 4 years in Oakland he had a total of 3 INT's.

Here is Wreh-Wilson's scouts inc breakdown. Watch videos of him and you find that most of this is very true.

Overall Football Traits

Production 2 2008: Redshirt 2009: (13-9) 40-6-1 2010: (13/13) - 57-5-4 2011: (8-7) 37-7-2 2012: (11/11) 46-9-1

Height-Weight-Speed 1 Possesses a nice combination of height, bulk and top-end speed for the position. Also has long arms for the position (32.4) but hands are on the smaller size(8.6).

Durability 4 2010: Suffered a hand injury against Rutgers that required surgery, however he did not miss any playing time due to the injury. 2011: Suffered a sprained MCL in his knee against Buffalo that forced him to miss 5 total games of the season.

Intangibles 1 Pronounced: 'bleed-ee ray-wilson'. Selected as a team captain both as a junior and senior. Well respected by coaches and teammates. Extremely intelligent and accountable. Possesses a good work ethic.

1 = Exceptional2 = Above average3 = Average4 = Below average5 = Marginal

Cornerback Specific Traits

Instincts/Recognition 2 Possesses good awareness in zone coverage. Does a nice job of marking targets. Shows good recognition for quick game and can squat on routes. Flashes anticipation and can get a quick break on the ball. Will gamble on occasion. Displays good instincts as a blitzer. Does a nice job of avoiding traffic and closes quickly to get to the quarterback. Makes a quick diagnosis as a run defender.

Cover Skills 2 A long, fluid and rangy defender outside the hashes. Displays very good balance and fluidity for a bigger corner. Can drop his weight, flip hips and transition smoothly making a 180 degree turn. Will be best suited as a press corner at the next level. Shows very good technique in this area. Uses long arms to disrupt receivers release, maintains balance and can mirror receivers with his length from trail technique. Has the ability to open up and run with most WRs but lacks ideal top-end speed and will need to be protected in certain matchups. Lacks elite acceleration when breaking forward and has average but not good second-gear to recover if caught out of position.

Ball Skills 3 Flashes instincts but not a natural playmaker at this point. Takes good angles and has the length and range to get his hands on downfield throws. Times jumps well and has the strength and long arms to match up with bigger receivers in one-on-one downfield or red zone battles. Shows ability to pull in interception outside of frame. Not a threat with the ball in his hand.

Run Support 2 Physical and a hard edge player in this category. Does a nice job of filling quickly and not afraid to lower his pads to take on runners. Does a nice job of using his length and shows good strength to control and shed blocks from receivers. Angles can be cleaned up and he needs to do a better job of being stronger and more decisive with wrap. Other than that no glaring concerns about his ability to hold up in run support at the next level.

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Looks great, 2 day 1 starters, and a guy that could develop into a starter or play in the slot.

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