Slimm's 2013 Position Rankings

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  1. TedSlimmJr

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    Grade (round) and an additional group of priority UDFA's who may not hear their name called for each position will be included.




    Quarterback

    1. Geno Smith - 1st round

    2. Matt Barkley - 1st round

    3. Mike Glennon - 3rd round

    4. Ryan Nassib - 3rd round

    5. Sean Renfree - 4th round

    6. E.J. Manuel - 4th round

    7. Tyler Bray* - 4th round

    8. Brad Sorensen - 4th round

    9. Tyler Wilson - 4th round

    10. Landry Jones - 5th round

    11. Zac Dysert - 6th round

    12. Matt Scott - 6th round

    13. Colby Cameron - 7th round

    14. Jordan Rodgers - UDFA
     
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  2. TedSlimmJr

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    Runningback

    1. Eddie Lacy* - 2nd round

    2. Giovani Bernard** - 2nd round

    3. Zac Stacy - 3rd round

    4. Christine Michael / Montee Ball - 3rd round

    5. Michael Ford* - 3rd round

    6. Le'Veon Bell* - 3rd round

    7. Knile Davis* - 3rd round

    8. Marcus Lattimore* - 4th round

    9. Johnathan Franklin - 4th round

    10. Cierre Wood* - 4th round

    11. Kenjon Barner - 4th round

    12. Joseph Randle* - 4th round

    13. Latavius Murray - 4th round

    14. Stepfan Taylor - 4th round

    15. Rex Burkhead - 4th round

    16. Mike Gillislee - 4th round

    17. Dennis Johnson - 4th round

    18. Andre Ellington - 4th round

    19. Miguel Maysonet - 5th round

    20. Denard Robinson - 5th round

    21. Lonnie Pryor - 5th round

    22. Mike James - 5th round

    23. Kerwynn Williams - 5th round

    24. Montel Harris - 6th round

    25. Ray Graham - 6th round

    26. Spencer Ware* - 6th round

    27. Onterio McCalebb - 6th round

    28. Robbie Rouse - 6th round

    29. D.J. Monroe - 7th round

    30. Zach Line - 7th round

    31. D.J. Harper - 7th round

    32. Benny Cunningham - UDFA

    33. Shawne Alston - UDFA

    34. Richard Samuel - UDFA

    35. Curtis McNeal - UDFA

    36. Orwin Smith - UDFA

    37. Stefphon Jefferson* - UDFA

    38. Marcus Curry - UDFA
     
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  3. BlueFin

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    Landry Jones and Barkley sure lost some money staying another year didn't they? And to think some wanted us to bypass last years impressive QB draft to wait for a shot at Barkley.
     
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    Ray Graham in the 6th would be a steal!
     
  5. TedSlimmJr

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    Tight End

    1. Tyler Eifert* - 1st round

    2. Travis Kelce - 2nd round

    3. Chris Gragg - 3rd round

    4. Zach Ertz* - 3rd round

    5. Joe Fauria - 3rd round

    6. Dion Sims* - 3rd round

    7. Gavin Escobar* - 3rd round

    8. Jake Stoneburner - 3rd round

    9. Vance McDonald - 4th round

    10. Levine Toilolo* - 4th round

    11. Jordan Reed* - 4th round

    12. Zach Sudfeld - 5th round

    13. Nick Kasa - 5th round

    14. Matt Furstenburg - 5th round

    15. Phillip Lutzenkirchen - 6th round

    16. Ryan Otten - 6th round

    17. Justice Cunningham - 6th round

    18. Jack Doyle - 7th round

    19. Michael Williams - 7th round

    20. Ryan Griffin - UDFA

    21. Kyler Reed - UDFA

    22. Brandon Ford - UDFA

    23. Chase Harper - UDFA
     
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    Slimm, thought you'd be a guy who likes Montee Ball.
     
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    Interesting where you see Ertz and Escobar. Would you consider Eifert at 12?
     
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    i pretty much echo his rb ratings...i don't see a round 1 worthy guy...although there seems to be a lot of buzz about the pack and eddie lacy in round 1...that though doesn't fit the way the pack goes about the position so i think it's unlikely...they like later round picks on backs

    giovani bernard came in too small to go in round 1 imo...i hear a lot of ray rice type comparisons are being thrown around in nfl front offices though there...i think he's more than just a 3rd down back...

    christine michael if not for the acl i'd have a 2nd round grade...i think he's very good value in the 3rd round...love the size and speed

    i got tyler wilson higher than that but his tape in 2012 was pretty underwhelming and his throwing motion went to crap at times...more side arm...small hands...i think he's a solid 2nd round value...off his 2011 stuff

    wow ertz at #8 at the te position...that shocks me a little...love the vance mcdonald in round 3...i think he's a sleeper and he's a willing blocker...not a disaster there...good stuff

    gragg comes across to me as a workout warrior...

    i'm also with twitches on ray graham...there's something about that kid i like with a late round pick

    i think stoneburners interesting also...in a mid round pick way
     
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    I'd love to hear a breakdown from the resident experts on Chris Gragg. I had never heard of him before the combine, but saw his 40 time, and looked up what is readily available on him on the net, and nothing exceptional was written about him as a prospect. It appears he was playing injured his senior season, and I'm sure that affected his production. Does he have anything to offer? What are his strengths (other than speed) and weaknesses? Is he a mid-late round option if we skip on TE early?
     
  10. TedSlimmJr

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    Wide Receiver

    1. Cordarrelle Patterson* - 1st round

    2. Stedman Bailey* - 2nd round

    3. Tavon Austin - 2nd round

    4. Keenan Allen* - 2nd round

    5. Markus Wheaton - 2nd round

    6. Justin Hunter* - 2nd round

    7. Quinton Patton - 2nd round

    8. Ryan Swope - 2nd round

    9. DeAndre Hopkins* - 3rd round

    10. Josh Boyce* - 3rd round

    11. Kenny Stills* - 3rd round

    12. Robert Woods* - 3rd round

    13. Tavarres King - 3rd round

    14. Aaron Dobson - 3rd round

    15. Corey Fuller - 4th round

    16. Chris Harper - 4th round

    17. Marcus Davis - 4th round

    18. Terrance Williams - 4th round

    19. Tyrone Goard - 4th round

    20. Marquess Wilson* - 4th round

    21. Da'Rick Rogers* - 4th round

    22. Ace Sanders* - 4th round

    23. Marquise Goodwin - 4th round

    24. Rodney Smith - 5th round

    25. Aaron Mellette - 5th round

    26. Chad Bumphis - 5th round

    27. Mark Harrison - 5th round

    28. Brandon Kaufman* - 5th round

    29. Emory Blake - 5th round

    30. Conner Vernon - 6th round

    31. Cobi Hamilton - 6th round

    32. Alec Lemon - 6th round

    33. Taylor Stockemer - 7th round

    34. Zach Rogers - 7th round

    35. Roy Roundtree - 7th round

    36. Quincy McDuffie - UDFA

    37. Javone Lawson - UDFA

    38. Justin Brown - UDFA

    39. Jheranie Boyd - UDFA

    40. Dan Buckner - UDFA

    41. Matt Austin - UDFA

    42. Mike Shanahan - UDFA

    43. Nick Williams - UDFA

    44. Chip Reeves - UDFA

    45. Myles White - UDFA
     
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    IMHO Ertz is the best TE in the draft. In round 3 he would be an absolute steal.

    As the sleeper of the bunch, I think we need to try to draft that Jordan Reed. I see him as an upgrade to the Clay role. He has better open field ability than Clay.

    At RB, Gillislee is the sleeper IMHO. In round 4, he is a steal.

    The only 2 QBs I kinda like in this draft are Nassib and Wilson.
     
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    I like your WR list. Im with you on Bailey of course as I have been saying for months he is the best WR of the bunch.

    Im really starting to like Keenan Allen's ability as I have seen more of him. I would not mind taking him at 12 if we had to and then pick up Bailey in the 2nd or 3rd if he fell.

    I like Goodwin and Dobson as sleepers in this group.
     
  13. TedSlimmJr

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    Safe assumption that you don't watch much SEC football? If not, here's a thread from way back where I talked about Chris Gragg. Personally, I've been extremely intrigued by this kid since he was a sophomore.

    Don't let that 6'3", 245 pound frame fool you. He's one of the best blockers at the position in this class, despite being the best athlete of the tight end group.

    Just scroll down a few posts on the first page here...

    http://www.finheaven.com/forums/sho...Seniors)&highlight=slimm's+underrated+Seniors
     
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    damn...robert woods #12...keenan allen all the way down at #4...damn
     
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    What do you dislike about Ertz? Very interested to hear your views, I keep hearing there isnt much between Ertz and Eifert.
     
  16. TedSlimmJr

    TedSlimmJr Hartselle Tigers (15-0) 5-A State Champ

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    I'm not sure some wanted to bypass last year's QB class as much as they would've preferred Miami just stop winning meaningless games in order to secure a legitimately elite quarterback in Andrew Luck. As it was, Miami could've had the DROY at #8.

    Barkley certainly lost money by coming back, but he's still the same quarterback, which is pretty damn good. He should have no problem coming in and throwing more INT's than TD's inbetween batted down passes if that's the standard you're insinuating he live up to.
     
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    Keep em coming Dr Slimm. I know I wasnt the only person awaiting this thread.

    Quick question. What do you think of this kid from BYU at DE?

    Im not a big combine guy, but I have to say Im intrigued after watching him do drills. Seems like a project, but at 12 this could be a great pick for us. He could provide immediate help rushing the passer on 3rd downs opposite Cam Wake, but could totally replace him in 2-3 years when he developes his complete game. Vernon and this kid could be a great book end of the future for the phins. Is he a JPP type who came into the league with raw skills and amazing physical ability that can develope into one of the leagues best DEs?
     
  18. TedSlimmJr

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    It's a little bit of what I like more about the guys ahead of him than what I dislike about Ertz. Although his extremely short arms combined with his lack of vertical eliminates him as the type of seam threat, and mismatch in the passing game that a guy like Eifert brings. There's plenty between Ertz and Eifert. Couple that with the fact that as many as 6 TE's ran better than he did and I believe a 3rd round grade is about right.

    I don't have as high a grade on Ertz as I had on Fleener or Dwayne Allen last year.
     
  19. TedSlimmJr

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    I like him. He actually tests out better than Pierre-Paul in every single category. But he's a little bit different type of player. I like his ability to by physical at the POA. He's more of a stack-and-shed playmaker as a DE, probably the best stack-and-shed DE I've scouted. I'm not going to call him the next JPP because JPP exceeded any expectations that anyone had. He's good enough to be the #2 DE on my board.

    Ansah has impressed me at every opportunity, particularly the position drills you're talking about. The interesting thing is that for a player that I believed played so physical at the POA, I actually thought he rushed the passer better on film from a 2-point stance. Reminds me of Willie McGinnest.
     
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    Nope. You pegged me right. Outside of my Canes, I don't catch lots of other college games, SEC or otherwise. Just don't have the time really. Thanks for taking the time to go into more detail about Gragg, and linking to your prior assessment of him. On the surface it would seem he fits the mold of what the Fins front office was hoping they would get out of Egnew.
     
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    I would agree totally with your WR list (well, the first 4 rounds - after that I haven't looked at a lot of guys)

    Vance McDonald drops the ball way too much for the love he's getting, imo.

    I like Gragg too, as I've posted before. While he's a better blocker than Clay - better all-round player, I doubt we would be tempted unless we maybe offloaded Clay for a low pick.
     
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    Yea, those position drills impressed me. I had not watched much BYU. After seeing the way he dominated those drills and looked so fluid and natural doing so, I went back and watched some BYU footage. This kid impresses me. I try to stay away from highlight footage for obvious reasons. I like watching straight up game play instead.

    Im starting to think more and more this is who I would take at 12 if he fell to us. Ive become really impressed with Keenan Allen the last couple of weeks because he seems like such a pure route runner and is very physical for his size. I would not complain about adding a WR at 12, but it has seemed like a reach to do so the whole time. I think thats a deep position in this draft and with Bailey likely to be on the board in the 2nd or 3rd round, Id like to get a DE or DB at 12. However DB seems pretty deep in this draft as well.

    Just the fact that this kid has not played as much football as other prospects makes it even more tempting. If he continues to get better drafting him could mean having one of the best DEs in the league for many years.
     
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    I think most had him top 5 or so last year (Barkley)...I doubt he'll go top ten now, which is what I was referring too. Many on this site wanted us to bypass Tannehill to "Bite for Barkley" this year...I'm glad we didn't.

    I don't see Ertz slipping to round 3 in today's NFL, the demand for tight ends has never been higher.
     
  24. TedSlimmJr

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    It's the physicality that Ansah plays with despite being new to football that I perceive to be a little rare. Pierre-Paul was raw and new to football too, but he wasn't nearly this physical at USF. The athleticism speaks for itself, but it's the attitude and willingness to compete so physically that's a little bit of a special quality for this kind of prospect.
     
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    there's no doubt ansahs physical...the size is great the measurables great...i think he tested more explosive than i see on tape...but that pass rush raw is an understatement...when he's nullified i see no counter...you stone him and he just waits for the action to come his way...i just can't get down with the pass rush upside enough...

    i might end up eating my words on that one but it's just what i see...the ability to get to the qb and beat a solid tackle at the pro level bothers me
     
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    Inside Linebacker

    1. Alec Ogletree* - 2nd round

    2. Jonathan Bostic - 2nd round

    3. Michael Mauti - 3rd round

    4. A.J. Klein - 3rd round

    5. Manti Te'o - 3rd round

    6. Kevin Reddick - 4th round

    7. Kevin Minter - 4th round

    8. Steve Beauharnais - 5th round

    9. Jonathan Stewart - 5th round

    10. Nico Johnson - 5th round

    11. Tom Wort* - 5th round

    12. John Lotulelei - 6th round

    13. Brandon Hepburn - 7th round

    14. Will Compton - 7th round

    15. Cameron Lawrence - 7th round

    16. Bruce Taylor - 7th round

    17. Jake Johnson - UDFA

    18. Greg Blair - UDFA

    19. Demetrius Hartsfield - UDFA

    20. Marvin Burdette - UDFA

    21. Dan Molls - UDFA

    22. Will Ebner - UDFA
     
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    by the way wv allens route running and burst for his size is very good...not many guys can run that clean routes and have that fluid looking hips in a big bodied wr...he plays smart to me also...and he's got red zone win abilities...very polished

    rumor is he may not run at his pro day either...which means he'[s probably gonna get into round 2 i'd say...what a steal...if he runs anywhere in the 4.4's i'd pounce at #12...low 4.5's i'd probably still...depends on free agency but we come out of it without a big name wr i see no reason this kid should not be getting a hard look with that top pick...depth of the wr class or not...this kids first round top 20 worthy talent
     
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    i got to say i love those lbs rankings and the rounds...bostic i think is underrated...like klein...teo severely overrated...ogletree does not show high end instincts for the position at this stage...i think you nailed it

    i wonder about mauti being a guy that is viewed as a career special teams player by teams...a glue roster guy but not a long term starter
     
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    Outside Linebacker

    1. Jarvis Jones* - 1st round

    2. Cornelius Washington - 2nd round

    3. Jamie Collins - 3rd round

    4. Zaviar Gooden - 3rd round

    5. Sio Moore - 3rd round

    6. Khaseem Green - 3rd round

    7. Arthur Brown - 3rd round

    8. Chase Thomas - 4th round

    9. Mike Taylor - 4th round

    10. Jake Knott - 4th round

    11. Sean Porter - 4th round

    12. Jelani Jenkins - 5th round

    13. Kiki Alonso - 5th round

    14. Lerentee McCray - 6th round

    15. Gerald Hodges - 6th round

    16. Keith Pough - 7th round

    17. Daren Bates - UDFA

    18. Devonte Holloman - UDFA

    19. Sam Barrington - UDFA

    20. Kenny Tate - UDFA
     
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    Im with you again. Ive been saying Bailey is the best pure WR in the class for months now. However, after doing some study on Allen, man Im starting to debate that in my head enough to backtrack and at least say they are 1A and 1B. The one area that I think puts Allen ahead of Bailey is how he can go over the middle with the same skill. He is just so fluid and understands how to use his own body to give himself the edge over the defender when the ball is in play. Youre right about how smooth he is on breaks with his hips. I dont see a flaw in the kids game. Like Bailey he is a huge win in the redzone. They both have excellent ball skills when its in the air. Both use the boundries like a king. Both of them are great route runners. Both have great hands. Bailey is extremely physical and is underrated in that area because of his size. Again, I think Allen is better over the middle. But, Id give Bailey a slight edge in open field running as far as making people miss.

    Speed at WR is so overrated IMHO. Sure, its important. But, it isnt nearly as important as route running and hands. The WR is the one making breaks and the defender is the one who has to react and try to catch up if he gets beat or a guy makes a catch on him. As long as a WR is not slow, his speed is fine. There are only so many times where the lack of 4.3 or 4.4 speed is going to keep a guy from turning a big play into 6 pts. It is nice to have a guy who can run a 4.3 and blow past everyone for a deep ball, but they need WR skills to go with it. Guys who run a 4.5 can still beat you deep. Heck Bailey didnt have a great 40 time but he will still beat people for a deep ball because he is capable of running so many great routes. How quick a guy gets in and out of breaks is more important than top speed.
     
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    Center/Guard

    1. Brian Schwenke - 3rd round

    2. Travis Frederick* - 3rd round

    3. Barrett Jones - 4th round

    4. T.J. Johnson - 5th round

    5. Khaled Holmes - 6th round

    6. Joe Madsen - 7th round

    7. Patrick Lewis - UDFA

    8. Mario Benavides - UDFA




    Guard

    1. Chance Warmack - 1st round

    2. Jonathan Cooper - 1st round

    3. Alvin Bailey* - 2nd round

    4. Hugh Thornton - 2nd round

    5. Eric Herman - 3rd round

    6. Brian Winters - 3rd round

    7. Jeff Nady - 3rd round

    8. Jeff Baca - 4th round

    9. J.C. Tretter - 4th round

    10. Stephane Milhim - 5th round

    11. Earl Watford - 5th round

    12. Chris Barker - 5th round

    13. Edmund Kugbila - 6th round

    14. Larry Warford - 6th round

    15. Oscar Johnson - 7th round

    16. Jamaal Johnson-Webb - UDFA

    17. Chris McDonald - UDFA

    18. Lamar Mady - UDFA

    19. Travis Bond - UDFA

    20. Zach Allen - UDFA

    21. Adam Masters - UDFA

    22. Theo Goins - UDFA




    Tackle

    1. Lane Johnson - 1st round

    2. Eric Fisher - 1st round

    3. Luke Joeckel* - 1st round

    4. D.J. Fluker - 2nd round

    5. David Quessenberry - 3rd round

    6. Terron Armstead - 3rd round

    7. Luke Marquardt - 4th round

    8. Nick Becton - 4th round

    9. David Bakhtiari* - 4th round

    10. Reid Fragel - 4th round

    11. Tanner Hawkinson - 4th round

    12. Chris Faulk* - 4th round

    13. Justin Pugh - 4th round (guard)

    14. Kyle Long - 4th round (guard)

    15. John Wetzel - 4th round (guard)

    16. Dallas Thomas - 4th round (guard)

    17. Brennan Williams - 5th round

    18. Garrett Gilkey - 5th round (guard)

    19. Braden Brown - 5th round

    20. Ricky Wagner - 6th round

    21. Xavier Nixon - 6th round

    22. Rogers Gaines - 6th round

    23. LaAdrian Waddle - 6th round

    24. Oday Aboushi - 6th round

    25. Elvis Fisher - 7th round

    26. Vince Painter - 7th round (guard)

    27. Menelik Watson* - 7th round

    28. Mark Popek - 7th round
     
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    baileys probably got better feet...but they both have damn good ones...baileys feet separate him and help him get off coverage despite being somewhat undersized on the boundary...he's got deceptive speed also...

    totally agree on allens ability to play the ball and the man and use his body to get the separation he needs down the middle...this kids really underrated...if his qb was worth a damn we'd all be talking about how much we'd like him to get to our pick...big body guy with the movements skills of a guy 2 inches smaller...and polished...day 1 ready
     
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    nice to see lane johnson as the top rated tackle...totally agree with that...what an athlete
     
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    TedSlimmJr Hartselle Tigers (15-0) 5-A State Champ

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    Safety

    1. Eric Reid* - 2nd round

    2. Shamarko Thomas - 2nd round

    3. Kenny Vacarro - 2nd round

    4. Matt Elam - 2nd round

    5. Johnathan Cyprien - 3rd round

    6. Phillip Thomas - 3rd round

    7. Bacarri Rambo - 3rd round

    8. Earl Wolff - 4th round

    9. Josh Evans - 4th round

    10. Duke Williams - 4th round

    11. Shawn Williams - 4th round

    12. D.J. Swearinger - 4th round

    13. Rashard Hall - 4th round

    14. T.J. McDonald - 4th round

    15. Tony Jefferson* - 4th round

    16. Dexter McCoil - 4th round

    17. John Boyett / Malcolm Bronson - 5th round

    18. Kemal Ishmael - 5th round

    19. Robert Lester - 5th round

    20. Jahleel Addae - 6th round

    21. Bradley McDougald - 6th round

    22. Ray Ray Armstrong - 7th round

    23. Terence Garvin - 7th round

    24. Cody Davis - UDFA

    25. Kejuan Riley - UDFA

    26. Rontez Miles - UDFA

    27. Don Jones - UDFA

    28. Jermaine Robinson - UDFA

    29. B.J. Scott - UDFA
     
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    TedSlimmJr Hartselle Tigers (15-0) 5-A State Champ

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    Defensive Tackle

    1. Sharrif Floyd* - 1st round

    2. Sheldon Richardson* - 1st round

    3. Star Lotulelei - 1st round

    4. Sylvester Williams - 1st round

    5. Johnathan Hankins* - 2nd round

    6. Kawann Short - 2nd round

    7. Jesse Williams - 2nd round

    8. Akeem Spence* - 2nd round

    9. Joe Vellano - 3rd round

    10. Brandon Williams - 3rd round

    11. Bennie Logan* - 3rd round

    12. Chris Jones - 3rd round

    13. Jared Smith - 4th round

    14. Nick Williams - 4th round

    15. John Jenkins - 4th round

    16. Jordan Hill - 4th round

    17. Josh Boyd - 5th round

    18. Everette Dawkins - 5th round

    19. Darrington Sentimore* - 5th round

    20. A.J. Francis - 5th round

    21. Cory Grissom - 6th round

    22. Quinton Dial - 6th round

    23. Izaan Cross - 7th round

    24. Abry Jones - 7th round

    25. Kapron Lewis-Moore - 7th round

    26. Jake McDonough - UDFA

    27. Spencer Nealy - UDFA

    28. Montori Hughes - UDFA

    29. T.J. Barnes - UDFA

    30. Kwame Geathers* - UDFA

    31. Anthony Rashad-White - UDFA
     
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    Defensive End

    1. Cornellius Carradine - 1st round

    2. Ezekiel Ansah - 1st round

    3. Corey Lemonier* - 1st round

    4. Bjoern Werner* - 1st round

    5. Sam Montgomery* - 1st round

    6. Dion Jordan - 1st round

    7. Alex Okafor - 1st round

    8. Barkevious Mingo* - 1st round

    9. Damontre Moore* - 2nd round

    10. Devin Taylor - 2nd round

    11. Margus Hunt - 2nd round

    12. Datone Jones - 3rd round

    13. Mike Catapano - 4th round

    14. Trevardo Williams - 4th round

    15. Michael Buchanan - 4th round

    16. Ty Powell - 4th round

    17. Lavar Edwards - 4th round

    18. William Gholston* - 5th round

    19. John Simon - 5th round

    20. Stansly Maponga* - 5th round

    21. Quanterus Smith - 5th round

    22. Walter Stewart - 5th round

    23. Brandon Jenkins - 5th round

    24. Tourek Williams - 6th round

    25. Eric Martin - 6th round

    26. Travis Johnson - 7th round

    27. Joe Kruger - 7th round

    28. David Bass - 7th round

    29. Toben Opurum - UDFA

    30. Meshak Williams - UDFA

    31. Willie Jefferson - UDFA
     
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    Cornerbacks

    1. Dee Milliner* - 1st round

    2. Xavier Rhodes* - 1st round

    3. Desmond Trufant - 1st round

    4. Jamar Taylor - 2nd round

    5. Robert Alford - 2nd round

    6. Terry Hawthorne - 2nd round

    7. Johnthan Banks - 2nd round

    8. Dwayne Gratz - 3rd round

    9. David Amerson* - 3rd round

    10. D.J. Hayden - 3rd round

    11. Darius Slay - 3rd round

    12. Will Davis - 3rd round

    13. Jordan Poyer - 3rd round

    14. Blidi Wreh-Wilson - 3rd round

    15. Kayvon Webster - 4th round

    16. Sanders Commings - 4th round

    17. Leon McFadden - 4th round

    18. Johnny Adams - 4th round

    19. Tharold Simon* - 4th round

    20. Rod Sweeting - 4th round

    21. Nickell Robey* - 4th round

    22. Tyrann Mathieu* - 4th round

    23. Micah Hyde - 4th round

    24. Logan Ryan* - 4th round

    25. Brandon McGee - 5th round

    26. Steve Williams* - 5th round

    27. Mike Edwards* - 5th round

    28. Adrian Bushell - 6th round

    29. B.W. Webb - 6th round

    30. Demetrius McCray - 6th round

    31. Greg Reid - 6th round

    32. Khalid Wooten - 6th round

    33. Troy Stoudermire - 6th round

    34. Greg Brown - 7th round

    35. Daxton Swanson - UDFA

    36. Travis Howard - UDFA

    37. Nigel Malone - UDFA

    38. Trey Wilson - UDFA

    39. T'Sharvan Bell - UDFA

    40. Allen Chapman - UDFA

    41. Prentiss Waggner - UDFA
     
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    MadDog 88 TANNERECTION!!!! Donator

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    I like to see you have Shamarko Thomas in the second round. My favorite in the draft. I'd love to see him in a Dolphins uniform.,

    Earlier you indicated there was some issues that those close to the Cal program were aware of with Keenan Allen. Anything you can elaborate on?
     
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    What pushed Benavides to UDFA status on your board? Injury concerns, strength concerns? Both?

    Also, why do you see Larry Warford as a 6th round prospect? Alot of others have him in the low 1st to 2nd round range. That's a pretty big discrepancy. I don't have a feeling about him one way or the other, I was just wondering why you have him lower than alot of other scout-types.
     
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    All of those you mentioned apply to Benavides, combined with being significantly undersized with small hands and small arms. However, I feel like I may be higher on him for some reason than even the league. I was forced to watch him try to compete in some by the wayside all-star game... they felt he wasn't worth a Senior Bowl or Combine invite. I feel like I'm throwing him a bone by listing him here.

    Warford is only a scheme fit for a straight up man blocking scheme that likes to run 'power' (pulling a guard into the hole). He's slow footed and has a load of issues in pass protection. As an athlete, he's borderline D-1 material, his combine performance was among the worst for offensive lineman. I watched him get blown up by a safety (Nickoe Whitley) and crumple to the ground like sack of potatos. He's a good kid though, I got a chance to stop by and listen to him interview at SEC media days about a year ago. Intelligent kid.
     
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    It was a situation where I was able to talk to the parents of a Cal kid when Keenan Allen was milking his injury just prior to Tedford being fired. They had a lot of interesting things to say.
     
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    Yeah Mario is definitely a good kid, but after the way he got destroyed (along with the rest of our line) versus UConn it threw up some red flags about him in my eyes. Bushell I think could be a solid player in a team's secondary. He's a bit on the short side but he's not afraid to tackle and is a good blitzer. I think he'll make a good nickel on Sundays with just enough ability to cover on the outside in a pinch if you need him too. He's good on special teams as well.
     
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    Somebody said it best been waiting for this for forever.

    No love for Robert woods? Isn't he a perfect fit with dolphins.

    Do u think Corey Lemonier fits with the dolphins.
     
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    Corey Lemonier fits with the Dolphins but at a certain price tag. I don't know that you can afford to make Corey Lemonier a three-down defensive end opposite Cam Wake. I just don't know if that can happen. On the other hand Lemonier could absolutely be a significant role player with Miami.

    I'm not a big fan of Robert Woods really. Not much explosion there, hands aren't special...kind of a straight line-ish guy as far as quickness goes.
     
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    I have 25 prospects with 1st round grades and here's how my board stacks up vertically...



    Top 25:


    1. Sharrif Floyd* / DT / Florida

    2. Cornellius Carradine / DE / Florida St.

    3. Lane Johnson / OT / Oklahoma

    4. Dee Milliner* / CB / Alabama

    5. Eric Fisher / OT / Central Michigan

    6. Tyler Eifert* / TE / Notre Dame

    7. Ezekiel Ansah / DE / BYU

    8. Chance Warmack / OG / Alabama

    9. Sheldon Richardson* / DT-DE / Missouri

    10. Jonathan Cooper / OG / North Carolina

    11. Geno Smith / QB / West Virginia

    12. Corey Lemonier* / DE / Auburn

    13. Xavier Rhodes* / CB / Washington

    14. Cordarrelle Patterson* / WR / Tennessee

    15. Matt Barkley / QB / USC

    16. Bjoern Werner* / DE / Florida St.

    17. Desmond Trufant / CB / Washington

    18. Sam Montgomery* / DE / LSU

    19. Dion Jordan / DE / Oregon

    20. Star Lotulelei / DT / Utah

    21. Luke Joeckel* / OT / Texas A&M

    22. Alex Okafor / DE / Texas

    23. Barkevious Mingo* / DE / LSU

    24. Sylvester Williams / DT / North Carolina

    25. Jarvis Jones* / LB / Georgia

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    26. Stedman Bailey* / WR / West Virginia

    27. Eddie Lacy* / RB / Alabama

    28. Tavon Austin / WR / West Virginia

    29. Keenan Allen* / WR / California

    30. Markus Wheaton / WR / Oregon St.

    31. Justin Hunter* / WR / Tennessee

    32. Quinton Patton / WR / Louisiana Tech

    33. Eric Reid* / S / LSU

    34. Giovani Bernard** / RB / N. Carolina

    35. Ryan Swope / WR / Texas A&M

    36. D.J. Fluker* / OT / Alabama

    37. Shamarko Thomas / S / Syracuse

    38. Johnathan Hankins* / DT / Ohio St.

    39. Cornelius Washington / LB / Georgia

    40. Jamar Taylor / CB / Boise St.

    41. Kenny Vacarro / S / Texas

    42. Robert Alford / CB / S.E. Louisiana

    43. Devin Taylor / DE / S. Carolina

    44. Terry Hawthorne / CB / Illinois

    45. Margus Hunt / DE / SMU

    46. Johnthan Banks / CB / Mississippi St.

    47. Matt Elam* / S / Florida

    48. Alec Ogletree* / LB / Georgia

    49. Damontre Moore* / DE / Texas A&M

    50. Travis Kelce / TE / Cincinnati

    51. Jonathan Bostic / LB / Florida

    52. Kawann Short / DT / Purdue

    53. Jesse Williams / DT / Alabama

    54. Alvin Bailey* / OG / Arkansas

    55. Akeem Spence* / DT / Illinois

    56. Hugh Thornton / OG / Illinois

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    57. Chris Gragg / TE / Arkansas

    58. DeAndre Hopkins* / WR / Clemson

    59. Zac Stacy / RB / Vanderbilt

    60. Josh Boyce* / WR / TCU

    61. Dwayne Gratz / CB / UCONN

    62. Montee Ball / RB / Wisconsin

    63. Christine Michael / RB / Texas A&M

    64. Zach Ertz* / TE / Stanford

    65. Kenny Stills* / WR / Oklahoma

    66. D.J. Hayden / CB / Houston

    67. Michael Ford* / RB / LSU

    68. Robert Woods* / WR / USC

    69. Joe Fauria / TE / UCLA

    70. David Amerson* / CB / N.C. State

    71. Johnathan Cyprien / S / FIU

    72. Dion Sims* / TE / Michigan St.

    73. Phillip Thomas / S / Fresno St.

    74. Jamie Collins / LB / Southern Miss.

    75. Gavin Escobar* / TE / San Diego St.

    76. Bacarri Rambo / S / Georgia

    77. Joe Vellano / DT / Maryland

    78. Michael Mauti / LB / Penn St.

    79. Brandon Williams / DT / Missouri Southern St.

    80. Jake Stoneburner / TE / Ohio St.

    81. Sio Moore / LB / UCONN

    82. A.J. Klein / LB / Iowa St.

    83. Bennie Logan* / DT / LSU

    84. Darius Slay / CB / Mississippi St.

    85. Le'Veon Bell* / RB / Michigan St.

    86. Brian Schwenke / OG-C / California

    87. Will Davis / CB / Utah St.

    88. David Quessenberry / OT / San Jose St.

    89. Manti Te'o / LB / Notre Dame

    90. Tavarres King / WR / Georgia

    91. Jordan Poyer / CB / Oregon St.

    92. Khaseem Greene / LB / Rutgers

    93. Aaron Dobson / WR / Marshall

    94. Zaviar Gooden / LB / Missouri

    95. Datone Jones / DE / UCLA

    96. Arthur Brown / LB / Kansas St.

    97. Blidi Wreh-Wilson / CB / UCONN

    98. Knile Davis* / RB / Arkansas

    99. Travis Frederick* / OG-C / Wisconsin

    100. Eric Herman / OG / Ohio

    101. Mike Glennon / QB / N.C. State

    102. Brian Winters / OT / Kent St.

    103. Ryan Nassib / QB / Syracuse

    104. Terron Armstead / OT / Arkansas St.

    105. Jeff Nady / OT / Nevada

    106. Chris Jones / DT / Bowling Green

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    107. Marcus Lattimore* / RB / S. Carolina

    108. Vance McDonald / TE / Rice

    109. Barrett Jones / OG-OT-C / Alabama

    110. Johnathan Franklin / RB / UCLA

    111. Corey Fuller / WR / Virginia Tech

    112. Chase Thomas / LB / Stanford

    113. Chris Harper / WR / Kansas St.

    114. Earl Wolff / S / N.C. State

    115. Kayvon Webster / CB / USF

    116. Sean Renfree / QB / Duke

    117. Cierre Wood* / RB / Notre Dame

    118. Josh Evans / S / Florida

    119. Luke Marquardt / OT / Azusa-Pacific

    120. Mike Taylor / LB / Wisconsin

    121. Jake Knott / LB / Iowa St.

    122. E.J. Manuel / QB / Florida St.

    123. Kenjon Barner / RB / Oregon

    124. Marcus Davis / WR / Virginia Tech

    125. Terrance Williams / WR / Baylor

    126. Tyrone Goard / WR / E. Kentucky

    127. Marquess Wilson* / WR / Washington St.

    128. Nick Becton / OT / Virginia Tech

    129. Jared Smith / DT / New Hampshire

    130. Kevin Reddick / LB / North Carolina

    131. Duke Williams / S / Nevada

    132. Kevin Minter / LB / LSU

    133. Shawn Williams / S / Georgia

    134. Sanders Commings / CB / Georgia

    135. Jeff Baca / OG / UCLA

    136. Mike Catapano / DE / Princeton

    137. Trevardo Williams / DE / UCONN

    138. Da'Rick Rogers* / WR / Tennessee Tech

    139. Tyler Bray* / QB / Tennessee

    140. Joseph Randle* / RB / Oklahoma St.

    141. Michael Buchanan / DE / Illinois

    142. Latavius Murray / RB / UCF

    143. Levine Toilolo* / TE / Stanford

    144. Ace Sanders* / WR / S. Carolina

    145. Marquis Goodwin / WR / Texas

    146. Leon McFadden / CB / San Diego St.

    147. Johnny Adams / CB / Michigan St.

    148. Ty Powell / DE / Harding

    149. Stepfan Taylor / RB / Stanford

    150. Brad Sorensen / QB / Southern Utah

    151. Lavar Edwards / DE / LSU

    152. Sean Porter / LB / Texas A&M

    153. David Bakhtiari* / OT / Colorado

    154. Tharold Simon* / CB / LSU

    155. Nick Williams / DT / Samford

    156. Jordan Reed* / TE / Florida

    157. Rex Burkhead / RB / Nebraska

    158. Reid Fragel / OT / Ohio St.

    159. Rod Sweeting / CB / Georgia Tech

    160. Tanner Hawkinson / OT / Kansas

    161. John Jenkins / DT / Georgia

    162. Mike Gillisliee / RB / Florida

    163. Tyler Wilson / QB / Arkansas

    164. Andre Elllington / RB / Clemson

    165. Dennis Johnson / RB / Arkansas

    166. Chris Faulk* / OT / LSU

    167. Nickell Robey* / CB / USC

    168. Justin Pugh / OT / Syracuse

    169. Tyrann Mathieu* / CB / LSU

    170. Micah Hyde / CB / Iowa

    171. Kyle Long / OG / Oregon

    172. John Wetzel / OT / Boston College

    173. Dallas Thomas / OG / Tennessee

    174. D.J. Swearinger / S / S. Carolina

    175. Logan Ryan* / CB / Rutgers

    176. Rashard Hall / S / Clemson

    177. T.J. McDonald / S / USC

    178. Dexter McCoil / S / Tulsa

    179. Tony Jefferson* / S / Oklahoma

    180. Jordan Hill / DT / Penn St.

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    181. Zach Sudfeld / TE / Nevada

    182. Rodney Smith / WR / Florida St.

    183. Aaron Mellette / WR / Elon

    184. John Boyett / S / Oregon -- Malcolm Bronson / S / McNeese St.

    185. Miguel Maysonet / RB / Stony Brook

    186. John Simon / DE / Ohio St.

    187. Denard Robinson / RB-WR / Michigan

    188. Chad Bumphis / WR / Mississippi St.

    189. Stansly Maponga* / DE / TCU

    190. Mark Harrison / WR / Rutgers

    191. Quanterus Smith / DE / W. Kentucky

    192. Kemal Ishmael / S / UCF

    193. Landry Jones / QB / Oklahoma

    194. Brandon Kaufman* / WR / E. Washington

    195. Nick Kasa / TE / Colorado

    196. Brennan Williams / OT / N. Carolina

    197. Emory Blake / WR / Auburn

    198. William Gholston* / DE / Michigan St.

    199. Steve Beauharnais / LB / Rutgers

    200. Lonnie Pryor / RB / Florida St.

    201. Matt Furstenburg / TE / Maryland

    202. Walter Stewart / DE / Cincinnati

    203. Garrett Gilkey / OG / Chadron St.

    204. Brandon McGee / CB / Miami

    205. Brandon Jenkins / DE / Florida St.

    206. Mike James / RB / Miami

    207. Steve Williams* / CB / California

    208. Jelani Jenkins / LB / Florida

    209. Josh Boyd / DT / Mississippi St.

    210. Darrington Sentimore* / DT / Tennessee

    211. Mike Edwards* / CB / Hawaii

    212. Braden Brown / OT / BYU

    213. Stephane Milhim / OG / UMASS

    214. Kerwynn Williams / RB / Utah St.

    215. Everette Dawkins / DT / Florida St.

    216. Earl Watford / OG / James Madison

    217. Jonathan Stewart / LB / Texas A&M

    218. Kiki Alonso / LB / Oregon

    219. A.J. Francis / DE / Maryland

    220. Nico Johnson / LB / Alabama

    221. Chris Barker / OG / Nevada

    222. Tom Wort* / LB / Oklahoma

    223. T.J. Johnson / C / S. Carolina

    224. Robert Lester / S / Alabama

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    225. Ricky Wagner / OT / Wisconsin

    226. Zac Dysert / QB / Miami (OH)

    227. Adrian Bushell / CB / Louisville

    228. Montel Harris / RB / Temple

    229. Demetrius McCray / CB / Appalachian St.

    230. Edmund Kugbila / OG / Valdosta St.

    231. Matt Scott / QB / Arizona

    232. Ray Graham / RB / Pittsburgh

    233. B.W. Webb / CB / William & Mary

    234. Larry Warford / OG / Kentucky

    235. Conner Vernon / WR / Duke

    236. Xavier Nixon / OT / Florida

    237. Tourek Williams / DE / FIU

    238. Phillip Lutzenkirchen / TE / Auburn

    239. Eric Martin / DE / Nebraska

    240. Greg Reid / CB / Valdosta St.

    241. Ryan Otten / TE / San Jose St.

    242. Khaled Holmes / C / USC

    243. Khalid Wooten / CB / Nevada

    244. Troy Stoudermire / CB / Minnesota

    245. Lerentee McCray / DE / Florida

    246. Spencer Ware* / RB / LSU

    247. Onterio McCalebb / RB / Auburn

    248. Rogers Gaines / OT / Tennessee St.

    249. LaAdrian Waddle / OT / Texas Tech

    250. Justice Cunningham / TE / S. Carolina

    251. D.J. Monroe / RB / Texas

    252. Oday Aboushi / OT / Virginia

    253. Jahleel Addae / S / C. Michigan

    254. Cobi Hamilton / WR / Arkansas

    255. Cory Grisson / DT / USF

    256. Gerald Hodges / LB / Penn St.

    257. Alec Lemon / WR / Syracuse

    258. Bradley McDougald / S / Kansas

    259. Quinton Dial / DT / Alabama

    260. John Lotulelei / LB / UNLV

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    261. Travis Johnson / DE / San Jose St.

    262. Taylor Stockemer / WR / Arkansas St.

    263. Robbie Rouse / RB / Fresno St.

    264. Brandon Hepburn / LB / Florida A&M

    265. Zach Rogers / WR / Tennessee

    266. Ray Ray Armstrong / S / Faulkner

    267. Roy Roundtree / WR / Michigan

    268. Zach Line / RB / SMU

    269. Will Compton / LB / Nebraska

    270. Terence Garvin / S / West Virginia

    271. Elvis Fisher / OT / Missouri

    272. Jack Doyle / TE / W. Kentucky

    273. Cameron Lawrence / LB / Mississippi St.

    274. Vince Painter / OT / Virginia Tech

    275. Colby Cameron / QB / Louisiana Tech

    276. D.J. Harper / RB / Boise St.

    277. Michael Williams / TE / Alabama

    278. Bruce Taylor / LB / Virginia Tech

    279. Menelik Watson* / OT / Florida St.

    280. Keith Pough / LB / Howard

    281. Joe Madsen / C / West Virginia

    282. Oscar Johnson / OT / Louisiana Tech

    283. Mark Popek / OT / USF

    284. Greg Brown / CB / Kansas

    285. Izaan Cross / DT / Georgia Tech

    286. Joe Kruger / DE / Utah

    287. Abry Jones / DT / Georgia

    288. Kapron Lewis-Moore / DT / Notre Dame

    289. David Bass / DE / Missouri Western St.

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    UDFA's
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    290. Javone Lawson / WR / UL-Lafayette

    291. Daren Bates / LB / Auburn

    292. Benny Cunningham / RB / Middle Tennessee St.

    293. Jordan Rodgers / QB / Vanderbilt

    294. Shawne Alston / RB / West Virginia

    295. Don Jones / S / Arkansas St.

    296. Jake McDonough / DT / Iowa St.

    297. Greg Blair / LB / Cincinnati

    298. Justin Brown / WR / Oklahoma

    299. Kyler Reed / TE / Nebraska

    300. Curtis McNeal / RB / USC

    301. Chris McDonald / OG / Michigan St.

    302. Quincy McDuffie / WR / UCF

    303. Jake Johnson / LB / S. Alabama

    304. Chip Reeves / WR / Troy

    305. Chase Harper / TE / Texas St.

    306. Ryan Griffin / TE / UCONN

    307. Orwin Smith / RB / Georgia Tech

    308. Demetrius Hartsfield / LB / Maryland

    309. Kejuan Riley / S / Alabama St.

    310. Cody Davis / S / Texas Tech

    311. Jermaine Robinson / S / Toledo

    312. Marvin Burdette / LB / UAB

    313. Jheranie Boyd / WR / N. Carolina

    314. Brandon Ford / TE / Clemson

    315. Devonte Holloman / LB / S. Carolina

    316. Adam Masters / OG / UCONN

    317. Travis Howard / CB / Ohio St.

    318. Nigel Malone / CB / Kansas St.

    319. Dan Molls / LB / Toledo

    320. Dan Buckner / WR / Arizona

    321. Richard Samuel / FB / Georgia

    322. Stefphon Jefferson* / RB / Nevada

    323. Patrick Lewis / C / Texas A&M

    324. Kenny Tate / LB / Maryland

    325. T'Sharvan Bell / CB / Auburn

    326. Mike Shanahan / WR / Pittsburgh

    327. Marcus Curry / RB / Texas St.

    328. Will Ebner / LB / Missouri

    329. Nick Williams / WR / UCONN

    330. Allen Chapman / CB / Kansas St.

    331. Mario Benavides / C / Louisville

    332. Rontez Miles / S / Cal (PA)

    333. Spencer Nealy / DT / Texas A&M

    334. Toben Opurum / DE / Kansas

    335. Theo Goins / OG / UCF

    336. Prentiss Waggner / CB / Tennessee

    337. Zach Allen / OG / N.C. State

    338. Meshak Williams / DE / Kansas St.

    339. Matt Austin / WR / Utah St.

    340. T.J. Barnes / DT / Georgia Tech

    341. Travis Bond / OG / N. Carolina

    342. Kwame Geathers* / DT / Georgia

    343. Sam Barrington / LB / USF

    344. Trey Wilson / CB / Vanderbilt

    345. Lamar Mady / OG / Youngstown St.

    346. Daxton Swanson / CB / Sam Houston St.

    347. B.J. Scott / S / S. Alabama

    348. Willie Jefferson / DE / Stephen F. Austin

    349. Jamaal Johnson-Webb / OG / Alabama A&M

    350. Anthony Rashad-White / DT / Michigan St.
     
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    So this means that 7 teams in the first round will be reaching for players. I hope that we are not one of them.
     
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    Absolutely, it means at minimum 7 teams will reach in the 1st round, at least in my estimation....probably more than that as there's always a few curve balls thrown. Although it doesn't necessarily mean that it's automatically going to be the teams picking 26-32.

    For example, if the team picking 26th selects Stedman Bailey, they come out a lot better than the team picking 15th that drafted Margus Hunt. At minimum, 7 teams will draft players in the 1st round that I don't have a 1st round grade on. Where those teams are picking has yet to be determined...
     
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    I take it I'm not doing bad in #MockTwo then. So far I have two of your top 15 players and four of your top 50 players.
     
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    Slimm, of all the rankings by far my favorite is Lane Johnson.. been saying it for a while on here now that I prefer him to Joeckel, Fisher and he may end up being one of the top 5 or even 3 players in the whole draft
     
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    With any luck my next pick will be much lower on your board. I think you have a 6th round grade on him. And coincidentally I'll be taking him in the 6th round, if the fates conspire.

    But I happen to think he's one of the very best at his position in the entire Draft. You might even agree with that. But I think we both recognize there are circumstances.
     

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