Might as well post my mock too

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  1. Highzenga

    Highzenga Well-Known Member

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    I don't believe in taking OL in the 1st round. A good GM will find them later in the draft. I believe playmakers win Super Bowls. We can fill out the OL in Free agency. With that said, I present a realistic best case scenario draft.

    1. Eric Ebron, TE- Solidifies the position, providing a Vernon Davis type playmaking TE.
    2. Tre Mason, RB- Potential star homerun hitter. Let him challenge Lamar Miller, may the best man win.
    3. Gabe Jackson, OG- Plug him in at RG, possible 10 year starter.
    4. AJ McCarron, QB- Proven winner. Provides depth, and could push Tannehill.
    5. James Wilder Jr., RB- Powerback, hopefully can become what Daniel Thomas was supposed to be.
    6. Seantrel Henderson, OT- 1st round talent. If he puts it together could be starting RT.
    7. JC Copeland, FB- True FB that we lack.
     
  2. Martel13

    Martel13 Since '84 Super Donator

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    I like it all except McCarron
     
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    jnewmant Hit folks and like it!

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    as slow as wilder ran yesterday, what little hole our crappy oline opens will be closed by the time he gets to the los.
     
  4. Mudder1310

    Mudder1310 A True Fan

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    I think you're optimistic about everyone from the 3rd rd on. And McCarron is....well not who I'd go with in the 3rd if I wanted a QB. I understand drafting a QB, but there are others with higher ceilings that you could get at that spot or later.
     
  5. utahphinsfan

    utahphinsfan Puck Fitzburgh

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    2 RB's? Really?

    Zack Martin is too damn good and versatile to pass up if he's still on the board @ 19.

    D Thomas's replacement s/b Sankey who may have moved into the 2nd rd based on his work yesterday.

    I'm preferential to the mock listed in my signature
     
  6. datruth55

    datruth55 Starter Finheaven VIP

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    Gabe Jackson can not work in a ZBS, not in this lifetime. I wish people would stop just picking names and thinking they could work in the scheme we're trying to run. And Seantrel Henderson has no heart. I've watched that guy play for 4 years, he's got talent and athleticism but no desire.
     
  7. utahphinsfan

    utahphinsfan Puck Fitzburgh

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    But, can he take a joke in the cafeteria? Some ribbing on a yacht?

    As for the OP, there is college football outside the Southeast you realize?
     
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    datruth55 Starter Finheaven VIP

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    lol, Seantrel would probably have stepped on Incognito's head and squished it like a bug. The thing about bullies is if you stand up to them they back down...not standing up to them only invites more bullying...Mr. Stanford grad was too stupid to figure that out.
     
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    Ebron doesnt last to 19. Jests get him before us.
     
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    datruth55 Starter Finheaven VIP

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    Ebron may not last that long. Heck Atlanta might take him to replace Gonzalez at #6. Tennesse could take and Baltimore could take him (if Baltimore had a decent backup to Pitta they may have made the playoffs, why not have two legit TEs like the Patriots?).
     
  11. Highzenga

    Highzenga Well-Known Member

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    Yeah 2 running backs really! I respect your opinion but I don't agree with your mock outside of Martin but I would rather not take an Olineman at 19.
     
  12. Highzenga

    Highzenga Well-Known Member

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    Sorry Mel Kiper I'm not an expert on 3rd round projected guards. Btw we may not be running a zbs after next year, and Jackson looks like a solid pick in the 3rd. I've watched Seantrel and several other canes underachieve at the U and become solid pros, so it's worth a shot in the 6th rnd.
     
  13. LANGER72

    LANGER72 A True Fan

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    I respect your draft apart from taking McCarron. I would take another OL player or ILB with that pick.
    We have RT, Devlin, and possibly Moore. Too many holes to take a QB this year.
    2 RB's?. I have no problem with taking great players when they are available. Thomas should be gone, Miller has no punch, and Gillisee is nothing special. We could use some new blood there.
     
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    39wildman A True Fan

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    not bad need more ol
     

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