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The Amazing Huddle Draft Contest!

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Oh calm yourself. Twas a joke. I actually like your mock.

 

Sorry then, since i am an ESL i may miss the jokes.  ;)

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R1 - Marqise Lee WR

R2 - JaWuan James OT

R3 - Louchiez Purifoy CB

R4 - James Hurst OT

R5 - Brandon Coleman WR

R6 - Brock Vereen SS

R7 - Boseko Lokombo OLB

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Round 1 - Morgan Moses (OT-Virginia)

Round 2 - Davante Adams (WR-Fresno State)

Round 3 - Cody Latimer (WR-Indiana)

Round 4 - Kenarious Gates (OG-Georgia)

Round 5 - Aaron Colvin (CB-Oklahoma)

Round 6 - Antone Exum (CB-Virginia Tech)

Round 7 - Jake Murphy (TE-Utah)

 

I actually think there is a high possibility we trade 28 to someone looking to get back into the first.  There seems to always be some action around the 28-31st picks for teams wanting to get back into the first to grab a player that is falling. We add an additional 2nd, 4th, and 1st next year.  We drop 8-10 spots and pick one of the receivers if we do that.

 

If we do that, here is my prediction

 

Round 2 -  Joel Bitonio

Round 2 -  Davante Adams

Round 3 -  Cody Latimer

Round 4 -  Seantrel Henderson

Round 4 - Kenarious Gates

Round 5 -  Aaron Colvin

Round 6 -  Antone Exum

Round 7 -  Jake Murphy

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Round 1 - Cyrus Kouandjio

Round 2 - Jordan Matthews

Round 3 - Jack Mewhort

Round 4 - Jordan Zumwalt

Round 5 - Brandon Coleman

Round 6 -  Russel Bodine

Round 7 - Andre Hal

 

 

Offensive line fixed, Wr problem solved, mising OLB found, and that pocket size corner is a 7th pick play maker, very short but still a hard hiting CB.

Isaiah Crowell was my and the obvious choice for a 7th but the same is true for any team so our chance to have him with a late 7th are close to 0

The real pain was to find a suitable and usefull 4th and since we need an OLB bad, so why not one with our 4th.

Jordan Zumwalt is nasty, would make a great 4th rd pick

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Round 1 - Cyrus Kouandjio, OT, Alabama

Round 2 - Jordan Matthews, WR, Vanderbilt

Round 3 - Demarcus Lawrence, DE, Boise State

Round 4 - Chris Davis, CB, Auburn

Round 5 - Charles Leno, OT, Boise State 

Round 6 - Jonathan Newsome, OLB, Ball State

Round 7 - John Urschel, OG, Penn State

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Round 1 - Cyrus Kouandjio

Round 2 - Cody Latimer

Round 3 - Jared Abbrederis

Round 4 - James Hurst

Round 5 - Brandon Thomas

Round 6 - Colt Lyerla

Round 7 - Ross Cockrell

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Round 1 Morgan Moses

Round 2 Jordan Matthews

Round 3 Antonio Richardson

Round 4 Pierre Desir

Round 5 Tree Boston

Round 6 Ross Cockrell

Round 7 Michael campanero

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Round 1 - Morgan Moses

Round 2 - Jordan Mathews

Round 3 - Pierre Desir

Round 4 - Dakota Dozier

Round 5 - Tre Boston

Round 6 - Marqueston Huff

Round 7 - Bryan Stork

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Round 1 - Kyle Fuller, CB

Round 2 - Seantrel Henderson, OT

Round 3 - Aaron Lynch, LB

Round 4 - Bruce Ellington, WR

Round 5 - Chris Watt, OG

Round 6 - Cody Hoffman, WR

Round 7 - Ricky Havili-Heimuli, DT

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Round 1 - Marqise Lee, WR

Round 2 - Antonio Richardson, OT

Round 3 - Ka'Deem Carey, RB

Round 4 - Louchiez Purifoy, CB

Round 5 - Laurent Duvernay-Tardif, OT

Round 6 - Kevin Pierre-Louis, LB

Round 7 - Jeremy Gallon, WR

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1) Cyrus Kouandjio OT 
2) Jack Mewhort OT 
3) Brandon Coleman WR
4) Shaq Evans WR 
5) Dontae Johnson 
6) Demetri Goodson CB
7) Will Poehls OG

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