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1.Brandon Pettigrew,OK St.-Positives: Prototype size for the position. Good overall musculature, yet has the frame to add additional mass. Physical and determined as a run blocker. Good initial pop and has the lateral quickness and upper body strength to sustain his blocks. Seems to enjoy the physical nature of blocking. Presents a large target to the quarterback and has strong, secure hands. Looks the pass in and quickly turns upfield to generate positive yardage after the catch. A mismatch for defenders due to his size and athleticism. Bullish runner who will drag defenders for extra yardage.

He is a three down TE that is a huge advantage because we don't give any clues to the opponent, which keeps them guessing.

2.Rashad Johnson,Alabama-Positives: Cerebral defender. ... Reads the action quickly and puts himself in position to make big plays. ... Quick to recognize run and is able to often get to the ballcarrier before blockers can be effective. ... Reliable centerfielder who understands his position as the last line of defense and can break down in space to make the open-field tackle. ... Faster on the field than his 40 time would indicate due to his instincts. ... Natural playmaker. ... Baits the quarterback and has a good burst to close. ... Will fight for the ball and can snatch the ball at its highest point. ... Can track the ball over his shoulder. ... Has a history of making the big play at critical moments.

This guy has a high football IQ, he is also a leader on the field. Good range and he has a knack for making big plays at important times. He might not be the best in run support but he is not scared to come up in run support, he also has room for additional mass. He will be a great FS while Coleman is a SS.

3.Joe Burnett CB,USF-Positives: Confident and a leader on the field. ... Stronger than you'd expect for his size. ... Good vertical, able to make a play on jump balls. ... Solid hands for the interception and is elusive enough to make yardage after the catch. ... Good recovery and closing speed -- is never out of a play. ... Nice hand-eye coordination to break up passes. ... Quality kickoff and punt returner because he has solid hands, good vision and patience, hits the open lane hard, makes the first man miss and runs through arm tackles. ... Probably best in a zone system with help over the top

Burnett has solid speed and good hands for a CB. He is a great Cover 2 CB, not only is a CB he returns punts. He had 5 special teams TD's in college. Him and Douglas can have open competition for returner. He should be a solid nickle CB for his first year. Heres some tape on him http://draftguys.com/index.php/articles/dg..._burnett_video/

4.Lee Robinson OLB, Alcorn State-Positives: Good height and upper-body strength. ... Can bull rush and rip from running back/tight end blocks. ... Nice closing speed, runs downhill to attack ballcarriers. ... Often lines up outside the defensive end in a rushing stance to take advantage of his explosiveness. ... Uses his hands to keep cut blocks off his knees. ... Fights through trash inside to get to the ballcarrier. ... Will hustle down plays. ... Team leader on and off the field. Heres some tape on him http://draftguys.com/index.php/articles/dg...robinson_video/

This might be a reach by some but he is worth it he brings in a good frame and speed. What I love about him is he can pass rush and also cover TE. He can be a back up MLB and compete for the SLB position with peterson. I think he should be able to come in and be an immediate impact.

5.Sammie Lee Hill,Stillman-Positives: Tall with muscular overall build and long arms. ... Displays excellent agility and quickness for his size. ... Uses a punch and good hand play to discard offensive tackles at the line of scrimmage. ... Swats chipping running backs away like flies on the outside. ... Good closing speed and has the length to wrap up in the backfield. ... Flashes the initial quickness inside. ... Bull rushes his man into the pocket when one-on-one inside. ... Breaks down on the edge and changes direction well for his size. ... Could project as a 3-4 defensive end.

This guy should be available here, he will give us a nice NT rotation with Trey Lewis.

last pick should be the best OL available.

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SUPER AWESOME MOCK!!!! You didn't have to airbrush it with all of the trade scenarios you just ate it up alive! Your mock was fantastic! You get a 101%!!! Highest grade I've ever given as I hate MB mocks and would prefer Zack Follett. Thank you! You've given me reason to watch the draft man!

Thanx man for incouragement!!!!!!!!!

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Funny how your the only one who doesn't like it. And Pettigrew is one of the few who has 1st round value. Genius.

haha one of the few who has first round value? What in the **** is that suppose to mean? If you think that we will be drafting Pettigrew with our first pick then you are a moron.... Oh and whoever it was that posted after me the first time was being sarcastic about saying it was such a great mock.... genius haha

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haha one of the few who has first round value? What in the **** is that suppose to mean? If you think that we will be drafting Pettigrew with our first pick then you are a moron.... Oh and whoever it was that posted after me the first time was being sarcastic about saying it was such a great mock.... genius haha

Tell me how im a moron for thinking that were going to draft BP. Thats why we have shown intrest in him at the senior bowl and combine genius.

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We have shown interest in plenty of people. That doesn't mean we are going to draft him. We aint using our first pick in the draft on a TE. BALEEEE DAT

We showing intrest in someone means we are considering drafting them. And thats why lots of the mock drafts has us drafting BP. And what the **** does BALEEEEEEE THAT mean.

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I have yet to make my actual mock. Those are just scenarios. But just for the record i think every one of those would be better than yours :)

Your mock is unrealistic. Johnson won't fall to the third let alone the fourth. Jared Cook won't last to the third or fourth either.

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Funny how your the only one who doesn't like it. And Pettigrew is one of the few who has 1st round value. Genius.

He's not the only one who doesn't like it, your mock sucks ***. You've taken two positions in the first two rounds that we don't need, and aren't even the best players available. Then you didn't address our two biggest needs until day 2.

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He's not the only one who doesn't like it, your mock sucks ***. You've taken two positions in the first two rounds that we don't need, and aren't even the best players available. Then you didn't address our two biggest needs until day 2.

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If our first two rounds like that, I wouldn't complain. Wouldn't be too upset with Pettigrew. But I think we could use a player like Johnson. He would be the ball hawk our secondary needs. Wouldn't complain if we got Moore either.

D^3 - Robinson is a very good player for that value in the draft. He would be a work horse of an SLB behind Peterson. And there are good NT quality in day two. Scott, Pryor, Miller, Hill, and so on.

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If our first two rounds like that, I wouldn't complain. Wouldn't be too upset with Pettigrew. But I think we could use a player like Johnson. He would be the ball hawk our secondary needs. Wouldn't complain if we got Moore either.

D^3 - Robinson is a very good player for that value in the draft. He would be a work horse of an SLB behind Peterson. And there are good NT quality in day two. Scott, Pryor, Miller, Hill, and so on.

We're not going to wait till day 2 to address pressing needs. Pettigrew isn't happening, mark it down. We're not going to use our first round pick on a supposed "pass catching" TE who didn't have a single TD catch in his senior year. Especially when he's not even the BPA. Likewise for the safety position. We won't spend that high of a pick on a safety who isn't an upgrade from guy we drafted last year for the same position.

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We're not going to wait till day 2 to address pressing needs. Pettigrew isn't happening, mark it down. We're not going to use our first round pick on a supposed "pass catching" TE who didn't have a single TD catch in his senior year. Especially when he's not even the BPA. Likewise for the safety position. We won't spend that high of a pick on a safety who isn't an upgrade from guy we drafted last year for the same position.

How isn't he an upgrade.

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We're not going to wait till day 2 to address pressing needs. Pettigrew isn't happening, mark it down. We're not going to use our first round pick on a supposed "pass catching" TE who didn't have a single TD catch in his senior year. Especially when he's not even the BPA. Likewise for the safety position. We won't spend that high of a pick on a safety who isn't an upgrade from guy we drafted last year for the same position.

What better players will there be at #24. BP was also considerd a top 15 pick before his bad forty time.

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1.Brandon Pettigrew,OK St.-Positives: Prototype size for the position. Good overall musculature, yet has the frame to add additional mass. Physical and determined as a run blocker. Good initial pop and has the lateral quickness and upper body strength to sustain his blocks. Seems to enjoy the physical nature of blocking. Presents a large target to the quarterback and has strong, secure hands. Looks the pass in and quickly turns upfield to generate positive yardage after the catch. A mismatch for defenders due to his size and athleticism. Bullish runner who will drag defenders for extra yardage.

He is a three down TE that is a huge advantage because we don't give any clues to the opponent, which keeps them guessing.

2.Rashad Johnson,Alabama-Positives: Cerebral defender. ... Reads the action quickly and puts himself in position to make big plays. ... Quick to recognize run and is able to often get to the ballcarrier before blockers can be effective. ... Reliable centerfielder who understands his position as the last line of defense and can break down in space to make the open-field tackle. ... Faster on the field than his 40 time would indicate due to his instincts. ... Natural playmaker. ... Baits the quarterback and has a good burst to close. ... Will fight for the ball and can snatch the ball at its highest point. ... Can track the ball over his shoulder. ... Has a history of making the big play at critical moments.

This guy has a high football IQ, he is also a leader on the field. Good range and he has a knack for making big plays at important times. He might not be the best in run support but he is not scared to come up in run support, he also has room for additional mass. He will be a great FS while Coleman is a SS.

3.Joe Burnett CB,USF-Positives: Confident and a leader on the field. ... Stronger than you'd expect for his size. ... Good vertical, able to make a play on jump balls. ... Solid hands for the interception and is elusive enough to make yardage after the catch. ... Good recovery and closing speed -- is never out of a play. ... Nice hand-eye coordination to break up passes. ... Quality kickoff and punt returner because he has solid hands, good vision and patience, hits the open lane hard, makes the first man miss and runs through arm tackles. ... Probably best in a zone system with help over the top

Burnett has solid speed and good hands for a CB. He is a great Cover 2 CB, not only is a CB he returns punts. He had 5 special teams TD's in college. Him and Douglas can have open competition for returner. He should be a solid nickle CB for his first year. Heres some tape on him http://draftguys.com/index.php/articles/dg..._burnett_video/

4.Lee Robinson OLB, Alcorn State-Positives: Good height and upper-body strength. ... Can bull rush and rip from running back/tight end blocks. ... Nice closing speed, runs downhill to attack ballcarriers. ... Often lines up outside the defensive end in a rushing stance to take advantage of his explosiveness. ... Uses his hands to keep cut blocks off his knees. ... Fights through trash inside to get to the ballcarrier. ... Will hustle down plays. ... Team leader on and off the field. Heres some tape on him http://draftguys.com/index.php/articles/dg...robinson_video/

This might be a reach by some but he is worth it he brings in a good frame and speed. What I love about him is he can pass rush and also cover TE. He can be a back up MLB and compete for the SLB position with peterson. I think he should be able to come in and be an immediate impact.

5.Sammie Lee Hill,Stillman-Positives: Tall with muscular overall build and long arms. ... Displays excellent agility and quickness for his size. ... Uses a punch and good hand play to discard offensive tackles at the line of scrimmage. ... Swats chipping running backs away like flies on the outside. ... Good closing speed and has the length to wrap up in the backfield. ... Flashes the initial quickness inside. ... Bull rushes his man into the pocket when one-on-one inside. ... Breaks down on the edge and changes direction well for his size. ... Could project as a 3-4 defensive end.

This guy should be available here, he will give us a nice NT rotation with Trey Lewis.

last pick should be the best OL available.

Good job. How is Burnett at jamming recievers and tackling going to have to do that here. Be nice to get a guy back there on kick offs with HD so Norwood can get more touches on offense this season.. You still have SLH going in the 5th I think the hype around here has him at late 3rd with a bullet. He has a good size and a unique skill set that teams are going to covet.

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Who? Rashad Johnson? What makes him different from Thomas DeCoud? He wouldn't even win the starters job, DeCoud will start at FS and Coleman at SS.

I'm pretty sure Johnson is just as good, if not better than DeCoud. He would be a better ball hawk that's for sure.

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Who? Rashad Johnson? What makes him different from Thomas DeCoud? He wouldn't even win the starters job, DeCoud will start at FS and Coleman at SS.

Decoud clearly didn't play because the coaching staff didn;t think he was ready. Johnson has a way better upside and not to mention intangibles.

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