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Fanspeak's On the Clock 2014 NFL Mock Draft Simulator

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28
 
CB JUSTIN GILBERT
OKLAHOMA STATE
60
 
WR JORDAN MATTHEWS
VANDERBILT
92
 
WR PAUL RICHARDSON
COLORADO
124
 
CHRIS WATT
NOTRE DAME
156
 
HAKEEM SMITH
LOUISVILLE
188
 
WR TEVIN REESE
BAYLOR
202
 
CB WALT AIKENS
LIBERTY

 

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Wow. Gilbert at 28? He's the one defensive player who I wouldn't flip my poo over if we took him in the 1st, but he's probably a top 10 lock.

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Wow. Gilbert at 28? He's the one defensive player who I wouldn't flip my poo over if we took him in the 1st, but he's probably a top 10 lock.

 

I would cream my pants.

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Gotta go with the bpa

28
QB JOHNNY MANZIEL
TEXAS A&M
60
RB KA’DEEM CAREY
ARIZONA
92
DT KELCY QUARLES
SOUTH CAROLINA
124
DT ANTHONY JOHNSON
LSU
156
DT DEANDRE COLEMAN
CALIFORNIA
188
RB JAMES WILDER JR.
FLORIDA STATE
202
ILB JEREMIAH GEORGE
IOWA STATE

 

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Drafted as the Seahawks just to see how the simulator would pick for the Panthers. Whenever my pick came up I simply selected whoever was listed as best overall.

Panthers Draft:

28 Kelvin Benjamin WR
60 Joel Bitonio OT
92 Craig Loston S
124 Pierre Desir CB
156 Tevin Reese WR
188 Calvin Barnett DT
202 Trai Turner G

Seahawks Draft

32 Taylor Lewan OT
64 Brandin Cooks WR
128 Andre Williams RB
134 George Uko DE
160 Bruce Ellington WR
192 Mike Davis WR
224 Shamar Stephen DT

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Not happy getting pushed out of the acceptable OLmen in each of the first 3 rounds, but I think I could be happy with this draft... Simply cannot pass on Ebron at 28, and I decided to double dip on the WR's given the value...  Hurst in the 4th is nice, IMO...

 

 

28 TE ERIC EBRON
UNC

60 WR BRANDIN COOKS
OREGON STATE

92 WR DONTE MONCRIEF
MISSISSIPPI

124 OT JAMES HURST
UNC

156 CB VICTOR HAMPTON
SOUTH CAROLINA

188 S VINNIE SUNSERI
ALABAMA

202 G BRANDON LINDER
MIAMI

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My draft was pretty damn similar to Verge's, if Gilbert falls to us I think we take him no questions asked. I would be jumping for joy if this actually happened but theres no way some of these picks fall to us.

 

R1 - CB Justin Gilbert (Oklahoma State)

R2 - WR Jordan Matthews (Vanderbilt)

R3 - OT Jack Mewhort (Ohio State)

R4 - WR Martavis Bryant (Clemson)

R5 - SS Hakeem Smith (Louisville)

R6 - G Michael Schofield (Michigan)

R7 - RB Tim Flanders (Sam Houston State)

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Second time around trying this out...desperately wanted to get some offensive linemen earlier but the draft just didn't work out that way. Seastrunk was BPA here and allows us to bite the bullet and dump DeAngelo to improve and get younger at the position. 

 

1. Justin Gilbert CB

2. Austin S-J TE

3. Lache Seastrunk RB

4. Robert Herron WR

5. Hakeem Smith S

6. Jeoffrey Pagan DE

7. Jon Halapio G

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28
 
WR KELVIN BENJAMIN
FLORIDA STATE
60
 
OT JACK MEWHORT
OHIO STATE
92
 
DT DOMINIQUE EASLEY
FLORIDA
124
 
CB KEITH MCGILL
UTAH
156
 
CB ANDRE HAL
VANDERBILT
188
 
RB HENRY JOSEY
MISSOURI
202
 
WR JEREMY GALLON
MICHIGAN

 

 

Do want. 

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This should be interesting.   I like it.  Definitely gives you a feeling of how frustrating it must be.   You see a player on the board you want and he disappears before you can snag him.  

 

Not the same but similar to when I coached little league baseball and the annual draft.

 

Rd 1.  Zack Martin OT Notre Dame

Rd 2. Bradin Cooks WR Oregon St

Rd 3. Jaylen Watkins CB Florida

Rd 4. James Hurst OT UNC

Rd 5. Shaquille Richardson CB Arizona

Rd 6. Connor Shaw QB USC

Rd 7. Antonio Andrews RB Western Kentucky

 

That was fun.   I don't know about the latter half of my selections but I would be happy with the top 4.

 

 

 

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28:  Justin Gilbert - CB, Oklahoma State

  • Just too good to pass up here.  Would really like an OT or WR here, but can't pass on the #1 CB in the draft at the bottom of the 1st when it's definitely a big need for us.

60:  Jordan Matthews - WR, Vanderbilt

  • This is a guy I wouldn't be upset with at #28, so to snag him at the bottom of the 2nd is awesome.  He's a potential future #1 WR which is IMO our biggest need.

92:  Donte Moncrief - WR, Ole Miss

  • Another big body WR who has very good NFL potential.  Easy to invision him being the long-term answer at the #2 WR spot.

124:  Andre Williams - RB, Boston College

  • Didn't really intend to take a RB here, but the value is too good to pass up.  DeAngelo may be a post-June 1 offseason cut and Stewart can't stay healthy.  RB isn't a huge need at this exact second, but it could be a need coming training camp.  Getting a potential starting RB in the 4th round is just too good to pass on.  Grinding power back would also be a good compliment to Kenyon Barner's speed, assuming he works out.

156:  Shaquille Richardson - CB, Arizona

  • Another double dip.  CB and WR are probably our two shallowest positions.  Makes sense to add another mid-round guy here to add to the mix.  Not sure this is the right one.  Ben Benwikere was kind of who I was thinking here, but this mock had Richardson rated much higher so I rolled with it. 

188:  Cornelius Lucas - OT, Kansas State

  • An admitted boom or bust pick here.  He has ideal size and athleticism, so why is he not a sure fire 1st round?  Still, worth the risk here.  I wanted an OT well before now, but none made sense when I was on the clock.  My plan at this point would be to add a mid-level FA to plug in at RT and there would be no plan to play Lucas early.  Let him learn from Gross and hopefully develop. 

202:  Marcel Jensen - TE, Fresno State

  • Another guy with ideal size who is also a very good blocker.  Playing time took a beating this year with Fresno State adopting a spread offense.  Seems to fit the mold of what we're looking for in a TE with his blocking abilities.  Surely he could provide more in the passing game than Hartsock.
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