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Final mock.

28 March 2014 - 07:36 PM

1. WR BRANDIN COOKS, OREGON STATE
We need help on the outside. Cooks has speed and hands. He can play anywhere on the offense. If he is there at 28, he is BPA. Other options include OBJ, Moses, Matthews, and Roby as an outside shot.

2. OT BILLY TURNER, NORTH DAKOTA STATE
Billy Turner projects as an elite RT for a power running scheme. He has the strength that Byron Bell lacks. Other options could include Mewhort or Allen.

3. CB RASHAAD REYNOLDS, OREGON STATE
Here we go for a corner. This guy doesn't haven't prototypical length our speed but, is very solid. He has good ball skills and could see a lot of playing time on nickel and dime packages early.

4. OT JAMES HURST, UNC
I really think we double down at receiver and tackle. I wouldn't be shocked if we took Hurst. He is another good tackle prospect. He also projects at RT. But, the two tackles would provide depth and competition.

5. DE LARRY WEBSTER, BLOOMSBURG
Very interesting prospect. Remember when we used to put Peppers in on goal line sets? He did this in college. He projects as a TE or developmental pass rusher.

6. WR MATT HAZEL, COASTAL CAROLINA
 Yes, another small school prospect but, if you watch the Chanticleers play you would notice Matt Hazel. Good hands (despite them being small) and a decent body for the position. He needs more strength and route refinement.

7. S JAMEA THOMAS, GEORGIA TECH
Small ball hawking safety.



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Free Agency Blues Mock Draft

16 March 2014 - 06:32 PM

28 - WR KELVIN BENJAMIN, FSU
We all know his name and have seen him play. At 28 there is no WR with his upside. He will be an immediate red zone nightmare.

60 - OT JA’WUAN JAMES, TENNESSEE
His ceiling projects him to LT, with an ability to complete right away on the offensive line as a starter.

92 - OT BILLY TURNER, NDSU
Mean, aggressive blocker who can compete along the line as well. This guy is my favorite OT prospect outside of round 1.

124 - S ED REYNOLDS, STANFORD
Cover two safety who recorded six picks and three touchdowns as a junior. He is a solid wrap up tackler. He lacks top end speed.

156 - WR BRUCE ELLINGTON, USC (Gamecocks)
Smaller dual sport athlete who has a knack for getting open. Needs to refine his routes and has a slight frame.

188 - CB CHRIS DAVIS, AUBURN
Good return man who projects best in a zone scheme.

202 - TE MARCEL JENSEN, FRESNO STATE
Learning the position and right now is a better blocker than seam threat. He is developing in this area though and had the skills to really become an offensive weapon.



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Off season mock

31 January 2014 - 05:46 PM

Haven't been home for a few years during this time. So, it's my first offseason mock in maybe 3 years.

The premise of this is my belief that most of or FA should focus on bringing back key pieces of what worked last year.

Cut:
Charles Godfrey

Resign:
Drayton Florence - 1 year.
Jordan Gross - 1 year
Chris Scott - 1 year
Mike Mitchell - 4 years
Ted Ginn - 3 Years
Jordan Senn - 2 years
Colin Cole - 3 years
Ben Hartstock - 1 year
Byron Bell - 2 years
Jeff Byers - 1 year
Derek Anderson - 1 year
Dan Connor - 1 year
Garry Williams - 1 year


FA:
Hakeem Nicks, WR - If we can get him signed to a contract commensurate with his production and injuries for the last two years. I would think a three year deal with numbers in the range of Amendola and Hartline.

Everson Griffen, DE - Depth to fit in our rotation.

Michael Huff - Solid vet that can compete with Lester.

Notable UDFA - Connor Shaw, QB


Draft:
Used the on the click simulator for this.

R1 - OT, ZACK MARTIN, NOTRE DAME
- Reports show he had the best technique at the senior bowl. Not surprising. The guy has a blue collar attitude and has held up against some decent competition in college. If he is here when we pick, it would be wise to make this selection.

R2 - CB, BRADLEY ROBY, OHIO STATE
- I don't expect him to last this long on draft day. But if wet can move into a situation to take him we should do it. He is the best zone corner in the draft and can get physical with receivers.

R3 - WR, BRANDON COLEMAN, RUTGERS
- Talent at the WR position can be found outside the first two rounds. Drafting Jordan Matthews is a mistake. You don't draft a WR that failed to get consistent separation from defenders in college. Coleman is a big body with decent hands. He will have at least a year to develop and let him come into his position with coaching from Proehl before he ends up seeing extensive time on the field.

R4 - G , KADEEM EDWARDS, TENNESSEE STATE
- Reports incate he struggled at the senior bowl because if the shift in talent level. That being said, he had some good practices and consistently showed power and footwork. He is another body top compete at RG.

R5 - TE, JACOB PEDERSEN, WISCONSIN
- H-Back prototype. Good blocker.

R6 - DE, IK ENEMKPALI, LOUISIANA TECH
- Reminds me a lot of Jovan Haye. Can be moved to many positions. Doesn't have prototypical height.

R7 - CB, WALT AIKENS, LIBERTY
- Late round flyer on a developmental prospect with a ton of athleticism.


Depth Chart -

QB - Newton, Anderson, Shaw
RB - Williams, Stewart, Barnes
WR 1 - Smith, Ginn, King
WR 2 - Nicks, Coleman, McNutt
LT - Gross, Williams
LG - Silatolu, Chandler
C - Kalil, Byers
RG - Kugbilia, Scott, Edwards
RT - Martin, Bell
TE - Olson, Williams, Pederson, Hartstock
FB - Tolbert,

DE - Johnson, Addison
DE - Alexander, Griffen, Enemkpali
DT - Star, Short, Edwards, Cole
SLB - Davis, Senn, Williams
MLB - Kuechley, Connor
WLB - Blackburn, Klein
RCB - Roby, Florence
LCB - White, Norman, Aikens
FS - Mitchell, Jones
SS - Lester, Huff

LS - Jansen

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