Best Mock Draft Period...

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  1. mia4ever

    mia4ever Pro Bowler

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    11: R1P11
    LB ROQUAN SMITH
    GEORGIA

    42: R2P10
    S JUSTIN REID
    STANFORD

    73: R3P9
    DL RASHEEM GREEN
    USC

    123: R4P23
    LB DORIAN O'DANIEL
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    131: R4P31
    TE CHRISTOPHER HERNDON
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    OT KC MCDERMOTT
    MIAMI

    227: R7P9
    WR JORDAN LASLEY
    UCLA

    229: R7P11
    DL JULLIAN TAYLOR
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    Solid. I don't mind the LB double up. I would throw Griffin in the contention. There's just so much drive and determination there. Not a fan of Herndon at all. I'd rather Fumagalli.
     
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    I like the draft, but would still hope for more at TE, but we absolutely need to get a TE that can make a difference to finally make our offense more consistent.

    I believe if Miami actually does get that TE that you can count on, Miami Offense will be tough to get off the field. Gase's offense relies on the TE position heavily, especially on 3rd and long, and the redzone.
     
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    11 - LB Tremaine Edmunds
    42 - QB Mason Rudolph
    73 - TE Hayden Hurst - slips age
    123 - DT Maurice Hurst - slips heart condition
    131 - LB Shaquem Griffin
    209 - RB Mark Walton
    227 - TE Christopher Herndon
    229 - WR Javon Wims

    If I land Tremaine I try to trade Kiko Alonso and I'm already trying to trade Andre Branch - looking for OL, DB undrafted FA - signing Kenny Vaccaro and a DT with with run stopping experience. Possible Johnathan Hankins if price is right. Bit of a homer....UM S Fla. ties - why not
     
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    I don’t think that TE exists in this draft, unless it’s the South Dakota kid. Hurst is old, not a great blocker, and more of a dump off option. Only had 1 TD this year. The PSU kid catches TDs, is a good blocker, but seems limited otherwise. Looks like a poor man’s Heath Miller to me.
     
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    You might be right, but you never know, that is why in my draft I have Miami double dip at the position, hoping to hit gold.

    I really hope whomever Miami takes, proves to be able to block (at least somewhat), but to me If the TE Miami picks proves to only be dependsble catching the ball, then we will have much more then we had last year.
     
  7. FinaticalOne

    FinaticalOne DieHard FinFan 4 Life

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    Not bad at all (I would be good with that), but I would've preferred drafting one of the top TEs in the second round, and draft free safety Tavarius Moore in the third round. Moore is crazy underrated and would be there in the 3rd.
     
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    FinaticalOne DieHard FinFan 4 Life

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    1st Round - LB Tremaine Edmonds
    2nd Round - TE Hayden Hurst
    3rd Round - FS Tavarius Moore
    4th Round - RB Royce Freeman
    4th Round - QB Luke Falk
    6th Round - DT Justin Jones
    7th Round - K Eddie Pinero
    7th Round - G Cole Mason
     
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    Gesicki is one of the worst blockers i have ever seen. He's a lethal redzone target but he does not excel with the short underneath stuff. He will make his money in seam, running posts, corners, etc and using his leaping ability to box out defenders. As well as he tested tested athletically, in games he's MUCH more effective on vertical routes than he is with the lateral.
     

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