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bah007
01-14-2014, 09:54 AM
My top 32 prospects at this point in time. I have 1st round grades on the top 22. The next ten are guys that I consider talented enough that I would draft them in the first round depending on need.

1. Jadeveon Clowney DE, South Carolina
2. Sammy Watkins WR, Clemson
3. Teddy Bridgewater QB, Louisville
4. Anthony Barr OLB, UCLA
5. Jake Matthews OT, Texas A&M
6. Khalil Mack OLB, Buffalo
7. C.J. Moseley ILB, Alabama
8. Marqise Lee WR, USC
9. Greg Robinson OT, Auburn
10. Johnny Manziel QB, Texas A&M
11. Stephon Tuitt DE, Notre Dame
12. Justin Gilbert CB, Oklahoma St
13. Eric Ebron TE, North Carolina
14. Taylor Lewan OT, Michigan
15. Louis Nix DT, Notre Dame
16. Mike Evans WR, Texas A&M
17. Cyrus Kouandjio OT, Alabama
18. Blake Bortles QB, UCF
19. Timmy Jernigan DT, Florida St
20. Darqueze Dennard CB, Michigan St
21. HaHa Clinton-Dix FS, Alabama
22. Antonio Richardson OT, Tennessee
23. Kony Ealy DE, Missouri
24. Tre Mason HB, Auburn
25. Kelvin Benjamin WR, Florida St
26. Trent Murphy DE, Stanford
27. Ryan Shazier OLB, Ohio St
28. Jace Amaro TE, Texas Tech
29. Zack Martin OG, Notre Dame
30. Aaron Donald DT, Pittsburgh
31. Jason Verrett CB, TCU
32. Lamarcus Joyner CB, Florida St

Blake
01-14-2014, 10:17 AM
Nice list. I was surprised to see Watkins @ 2 and Lee @ 8. Also thought you were going to have Greg Robinson higher than 9 for some reason. seemed like the consensus was thinking he is more talented than Matthews.

TexansFTW
01-14-2014, 11:28 AM
Nice list. I was surprised to see Watkins @ 2 and Lee @ 8. Also thought you were going to have Greg Robinson higher than 9 for some reason. seemed like the consensus was thinking he is more talented than Matthews.

I bet everyone will have Robinson higher than Matthews AFTER the combine.

bah007
01-14-2014, 01:03 PM
Nice list. I was surprised to see Watkins @ 2 and Lee @ 8. Also thought you were going to have Greg Robinson higher than 9 for some reason. seemed like the consensus was thinking he is more talented than Matthews.

Lee is certainly the more polished WR, but Watkins is just a special player. Both are #1's in a NFL offense.

Robinson obviously has a higher ceiling. I think he could turn into a franchise LT where Matthews is likely a long term starter at RT or OG. But at this point in time Matthews is the better player. I may switch them later if I decide that Robinson's potential weighs heavier than Matthews technical prowess, but I haven't seen enough of Robinson to convince me that he is that player, just that he could be.

mussop
01-14-2014, 05:34 PM
I bet everyone will have Robinson higher than Matthews AFTER the combine.

Yep. I have Mathews around 12.

Very good list bah007.

IDEXAN
01-14-2014, 10:47 PM
I've seen Anthony Barr play twice to include his bowl game appearance and his effort on each occasion was very lame. If the play did not come to his side of the field, he would basically just default into full-blown observer mode and watch the play unfold. This is very disappointing because his athleticism makes him capable of back-side pursuit and making a contribution to his team and also just raises the basic question if the guy has a real passion for the game of football ? Difficult to consider him worthy of top ten consideration, and a real stretch to rate him the 3rd best non-QB prospect in this Draft IMO.

mussop
01-14-2014, 10:58 PM
I've seen Anthony Barr play twice to include his bowl game appearance and his effort on each occasion was very lame. If the play did not come to his side of the field, he would basically just default into full-blown observer mode and watch the play unfold. This is very disappointing because his athleticism makes him capable of back-side pursuit and making a contribution to his team and also just raises the basic question if the guy has a real passion for the game of football ? Difficult to consider him worthy of top ten consideration, and a real stretch to rate him the 3rd best non-QB prospect in this Draft IMO.

Mesa thinksa yousa confused.

bah007
01-14-2014, 11:07 PM
I've seen Anthony Barr play twice to include his bowl game appearance and his effort on each occasion was very lame. If the play did not come to his side of the field, he would basically just default into full-blown observer mode and watch the play unfold. This is very disappointing because his athleticism makes him capable of back-side pursuit and making a contribution to his team and also just raises the basic question if the guy has a real passion for the game of football ? Difficult to consider him worthy of top ten consideration, and a real stretch to rate him the 3rd best non-QB prospect in this Draft IMO.

This is an extremely minor criticism. This kind of thing could easily be fixed with coaching and more experience. He has played on the defensive side of the ball for a grand total of two years.

And his passion for football shouldn't really be up for debate. This guy was a highly recruited all state RB in high school who had every reason to expect that he would be given every opportunity to be the main man when he got to college. Instead, he was moved from RB to WR to TE and then to OLB all within his first two years. Most guys either transfer or quit under those circumstances. He responded by leading the entire nation in sacks in his first year as a defender.

He has holes in his game due to inexperience. He is a very raw prospect. But what you're describing as a serious issue is actually easily correctable.

leebigeztx
01-15-2014, 02:27 AM
Dee ford,vic beasley,markus smith,and clowney will be much better pass rushers than barr. Barr can't bend and convert speed to power. Everything he does is a speed rush. He will be more like manny lawson than aldon smith.

Blake
01-15-2014, 07:55 AM
Lee is certainly the more polished WR, but Watkins is just a special player. Both are #1's in a NFL offense.

Robinson obviously has a higher ceiling. I think he could turn into a franchise LT where Matthews is likely a long term starter at RT or OG. But at this point in time Matthews is the better player. I may switch them later if I decide that Robinson's potential weighs heavier than Matthews technical prowess, but I haven't seen enough of Robinson to convince me that he is that player, just that he could be.

I really meant that I thought top 10 for either of them seems high. But I am no expert on these guys and need to watch more of their games. I guess I am just expecting more from a WR drafted in the top 10. These guys are not AJ Green or Julio Jones (Who is...), or even a Tavon Austin with crazy speed.

The only other top 10 guy in the past 3 seasons is Blackmon (suspended) who I fell in love with coming out of OKST. And right now I think either of those guys will have a hard time doing what he has done.

I know I am getting the big board and draft slot twisted here, but I would probably put Watkins around 12, an Lee around 16.

IDEXAN
01-15-2014, 09:05 AM
This is an extremely minor criticism. This kind of thing could easily be fixed with coaching and more experience. He has played on the defensive side of the ball for a grand total of two years.

And his passion for football shouldn't really be up for debate. This guy was a highly recruited all state RB in high school who had every reason to expect that he would be given every opportunity to be the main man when he got to college. Instead, he was moved from RB to WR to TE and then to OLB all within his first two years. Most guys either transfer or quit under those circumstances. He responded by leading the entire nation in sacks in his first year as a defender.

He has holes in his game due to inexperience. He is a very raw prospect. But what you're describing as a serious issue is actually easily correctable.
I like your first 2 picks in Clowney and Watkins. I would hope we'd Draft Clowney because he's one of the most talented players to enter the NFL Draft at any position in the last several years but fear the new HC will be so anxiuos to prove his alleged expertise with QBs that he'll be unable restrain himself from reaching for one of this years QBs with the Texans' top pick. And Watkins is also an outstanding talent, a bonafide number one type WR.
OK SO I know Barr is a former running back with limited experience as a defensive player, but this isn't an issue of inexperience because when I watched him play because he seemed to be downright indifferent about pursuing the ball carrier and contact in general. Afterall we are talking LB here, and drafting somebody who seems averse to physical contact with the first overall would be a total disaster. I want my LBs breathing fire and in full pursuit of the action on every snap - think Brian Cushing, not some Namby Pamby idly standing by as he watchs the backside of the play drift out of sight. Not a good look for nfl line backers ! If you ever played football you know passion for the game is not teachable, you got it or you don't got it. It's truly an instinctive element.

IDEXAN
01-15-2014, 09:10 AM
Mesa thinksa yousa confused.
Go back and watch the Bowl game - I don't think Barr wanted to hit anybody.

bah007
01-15-2014, 10:23 PM
Barr reminds me of Bruce Irvin, who admittedly, I was not high on when he came out because he was a one trick pony. But that one trick is a pretty important one, and he was pretty good at it his rookie year.

I can see why a team would be scared of Barr. But he is still so raw that I think the right coaching situation could turn him into a monster.

steelbtexan
01-15-2014, 10:38 PM
Nice list

Cant believe you have Tuitt and Lee rated that high.

Love Joyner he is my #2 rated DB in this draft. Martin is very underrated. While Donald was the best college DL I saw last yr, I wonder how he is going to hold up in the NFL at 280 Lbs. No ASJ?

bah007
01-15-2014, 10:54 PM
Nice list

Cant believe you have Tuitt and Lee rated that high.

Love Joyner he is my #2 rated DB in this draft. Martin is very underrated. While Donald was the best college DL I saw last yr, I wonder how he is going to hold up in the NFL at 280 Lbs. No ASJ?

Tuitt has 19.5 sacks the last two years as a 34 DE, and that counts the first half of this season when he was slowed by coming off hernia surgery. He is criminally underrated by most.

Lee is a polished WR who runs solid routes and consistently gets open. His numbers were down this year due to playing on an offense with subpar QB play and no running game. He was considered to be superior to Robert Woods who had a solid year in Buffalo as a rookie.

ASJ is #34, just off this list.

bah007
01-24-2014, 06:32 PM
Updated Top 32:
1. Jadeveon Clowney – DE, South Carolina
2. Teddy Bridgewater – QB, Louisville
3. Sammy Watkins – WR, Clemson
4. Khalil Mack – OLB, Buffalo
5. C.J. Moseley – ILB, Alabama
6. Greg Robinson – OT, Auburn
7. Anthony Barr – OLB, UCLA
8. Jake Matthews – OG, Texas A&M
9. Cyrus Kouandjio – OT, Alabama
10. Justin Gilbert – CB, Oklahoma St
11. Blake Bortles – QB, UCF
12. Stephon Tuitt – DE, Notre Dame
13. Eric Ebron – TE, North Carolina
14. Marqise Lee – WR, USC
15. Timmy Jernigan – DT, Florida St
16. Johnny Manziel – QB, Texas A&M
17. Kony Ealy – DE, Missouri
18. Louis Nix – DT, Notre Dame
19. Antonio Richardson – OT, Tennessee
20. Zack Martin – OG, Notre Dame
21. Darqueze Dennard – CB, Michigan St
22. Taylor Lewan – OT, Michigan
23. Jordan Matthews – WR, Vanderbilt
24. Tre Mason – HB, Auburn
25. HaHa Clinton-Dix – FS, Alabama
26. Aaron Donald – DT, Pittsburgh
27. Mike Evans – WR, Texas A&M
28. Trent Murphy – DE, Stanford
29. Jace Amaro – TE, Texas Tech
30. Ryan Shazier – OLB, Ohio St
31. Kelvin Benjamin – WR, Florida St
32. Austin Seferian-Jenkins – TE, Washington

Blake
01-24-2014, 07:12 PM
Would be nice to see Lewan slip down to 33. If you like the over-agressive, short temper, dumb penalty at the wrong time, voted dirtiest player, nasty, type. Which may be a good thing for our squad! Haha

bah007
01-24-2014, 07:16 PM
Would be nice to see Lewan slip down to 33. If you like the over-agressive, short temper, dumb penalty at the wrong time, voted dirtiest player, nasty, type. Which may be a good thing for our squad! Haha

Put him at RT and let Watt beat his ass every day in practice until he either straightens up or earns the right to act the way he does.

Blake
01-24-2014, 07:26 PM
Also with TE being so valued in today's NFL, I can see those 3 being gone before 33 for sure. And Teddy will need a solid TE as an outlet.

#1. We should consider the cost of Graham and Daniels if we cant get a good one in the draft.
#2. Safety would be wise to invest in if we want more versatile defenders who can cover these TEs.

bah007
01-24-2014, 07:30 PM
There is good TE depth through the fourth round this year so I'd like to see us grab one. I wouldn't be upset going into next year with Graham, Griffin, and a rookie at TE.

I like a CB/S hybrid at FS for that exact reason. I even prefer a guy who has had some cross training at CB.

WolverineFan
01-24-2014, 07:58 PM
There is good TE depth through the fourth round this year so I'd like to see us grab one. I wouldn't be upset going into next year with Graham, Griffin, and a rookie at TE.

I like a CB/S hybrid at FS for that exact reason. I even prefer a guy who has had some cross training at CB.

Jimmie Ward and Marqueston Huff are both mid-round guys who are not natural CB's, but they can play FS and cover guys. Both played a bit of CB at the Senior Bowl because of a lack of prospects. Huff struggled, but Ward was pretty good apparently.

bah007
01-24-2014, 08:50 PM
Jimmie Ward and Marqueston Huff are both mid-round guys who are not natural CB's, but they can play FS and cover guys. Both played a bit of CB at the Senior Bowl because of a lack of prospects. Huff struggled, but Ward was pretty good apparently.

I like Huff a little bit. Huge fan of Ward. Also like Tre Boston, who started his college career as a CB before moving over to S.

Playoffs
01-24-2014, 08:51 PM
Looking good.

I'd swap #27 and #14 and drop #28 and #31. But I'm happy to let others have them. ;)

bah007
01-31-2014, 10:00 PM
Top 50:

1. Jadeveon Clowney – DE, South Carolina
2. Khalil Mack – OLB, Buffalo
3. Sammy Watkins – WR, Clemson
4. Teddy Bridgewater – QB, Louisville
5. C.J. Moseley – ILB, Alabama
6. Greg Robinson – OT, Auburn
7. Anthony Barr – OLB, UCLA
8. Jake Matthews – OG, Texas A&M
9. Blake Bortles – QB, UCF
10. Stephon Tuitt – DE, Notre Dame
11. Eric Ebron – TE, North Carolina
12. Justin Gilbert – CB, Oklahoma St
13. Zack Martin – OG, Notre Dame
14. Timmy Jernigan – DT, Florida St
15. Kony Ealy – DE, Missouri
16. Marqise Lee – WR, USC
17. Johnny Manziel – QB, Texas A&M
18. Cyrus Kouandjio – OT, Alabama
19. Louis Nix – DT, Notre Dame
20. Antonio Richardson – OT, Tennessee
21. Aaron Donald – DT, Pittsburgh
22. Taylor Lewan – OT, Michigan
23. Darqueze Dennard – CB, Michigan St
24. Tre Mason – HB, Auburn
25. Ryan Shazier – OLB, Ohio St
26. Austin Seferian-Jenkins – TE, Washington
27. HaHa Clinton-Dix – FS, Alabama
28. Odell Beckham Jr. – WR, LSU
29. Lamarcus Joyner – CB, Florida St
30. Jordan Matthews – WR, Vanderbilt
31. Kyle Van Noy – OLB, BYU
32. Mike Evans – WR, Texas A&M
33. Jace Amaro – TE, Texas Tech
34. Dee Ford – OLB, Auburn
35. Kelvin Benjamin – WR, Florida St
36. Calvin Pryor – FS, Louisville
37. Jason Verrett – CB, TCU
38. Dominique Easley – DT, Florida
39. Allen Robinson – WR, Penn St
40. Bishop Sankey – HB, Washington
41. Deone Bucannon – SS, Washington St
42. Derek Carr – QB, Fresno St
43. Gabe Jackson – OG, Mississippi St
44. Trent Murphy – DE, Stanford
45. Marcus Roberson – CB, Florida
46. Ka’Deem Carey – HB, Arizona
47. Ra’Shede Hageman – DT, Minnesota
48. Kyle Fuller – CB, Virginia Tech
49. Kelcy Quarles – DT, South Carolina
50. Xavier Su’a-Filo – OG, UCLA

infantrycak
01-31-2014, 10:32 PM
I'd love to see someone take a stab at a board that accepts the possibility of equal talent level so comes out something like:

1. Jadeveon Clowney – DE, South Carolina, Khalil Mack – OLB, Buffalo, Sammy Watkins – WR, Clemson
4. Teddy Bridgewater – QB, Louisville, C.J. Moseley – ILB, Alabama
6. Greg Robinson – OT, Auburn, Anthony Barr – OLB, UCLA, Jake Matthews – OG, Texas A&M Blake Bortles – QB, UCF, Stephon Tuitt – DE, ND
11. Eric Ebron – TE, North Carolina
12. Justin Gilbert – CB, Oklahoma St, Zack Martin – OG, Notre Dame
14. Timmy Jernigan – DT, Florida St, Kony Ealy – DE, Missouri, Marqise Lee – WR, USC

TexansSeminole
01-31-2014, 11:20 PM
I'd love to see someone take a stab at a board that accepts the possibility of equal talent level so comes out something like:

1. Jadeveon Clowney DE, South Carolina, Khalil Mack OLB, Buffalo, Sammy Watkins WR, Clemson
4. Teddy Bridgewater QB, Louisville, C.J. Moseley ILB, Alabama
6. Greg Robinson OT, Auburn, Anthony Barr OLB, UCLA, Jake Matthews OG, Texas A&M Blake Bortles QB, UCF, Stephon Tuitt DE, ND
11. Eric Ebron TE, North Carolina
12. Justin Gilbert CB, Oklahoma St, Zack Martin OG, Notre Dame
14. Timmy Jernigan DT, Florida St, Kony Ealy DE, Missouri, Marqise Lee WR, USC

And that's probably a more realistic take on what happens. I'd like to see it too.

beerlover
01-31-2014, 11:24 PM
I'd love to see someone take a stab at a board that accepts the possibility of equal talent level so comes out something like:

1. Jadeveon Clowney DE, South Carolina, Khalil Mack OLB, Buffalo, Sammy Watkins WR, Clemson
4. Teddy Bridgewater QB, Louisville, C.J. Moseley ILB, Alabama
6. Greg Robinson OT, Auburn, Anthony Barr OLB, UCLA, Jake Matthews OG, Texas A&M Blake Bortles QB, UCF, Stephon Tuitt DE, ND
11. Eric Ebron TE, North Carolina
12. Justin Gilbert CB, Oklahoma St, Zack Martin OG, Notre Dame
14. Timmy Jernigan DT, Florida St, Kony Ealy DE, Missouri, Marqise Lee WR, USC

no two players are exactly alike, even tougher when they play different positions, each assigned a different franchise value, but go right ahead with that fantasy :TexanBillAtNight:

1. Bridgewater/Clowney
3. Greg Robinson/Jake Matthews
5. Watkins
6. Mosley/Barr/Mack
9. Manziel/Bortles

:fostering:

bah007
02-01-2014, 09:07 AM
I'd love to see someone take a stab at a board that accepts the possibility of equal talent level so comes out something like:

1. Jadeveon Clowney – DE, South Carolina, Khalil Mack – OLB, Buffalo, Sammy Watkins – WR, Clemson
4. Teddy Bridgewater – QB, Louisville, C.J. Moseley – ILB, Alabama
6. Greg Robinson – OT, Auburn, Anthony Barr – OLB, UCLA, Jake Matthews – OG, Texas A&M Blake Bortles – QB, UCF, Stephon Tuitt – DE, ND
11. Eric Ebron – TE, North Carolina
12. Justin Gilbert – CB, Oklahoma St, Zack Martin – OG, Notre Dame
14. Timmy Jernigan – DT, Florida St, Kony Ealy – DE, Missouri, Marqise Lee – WR, USC

My board actually starts out exactly this way. It is broken down to a player by player listing purely for aesthetic purposes.

1. Jadeveon Clowney – DE, South Carolina
2. Khalil Mack – OLB, Buffalo, Sammy Watkins – WR, Clemson
4. Teddy Bridgewater – QB, Louisville, C.J. Moseley – ILB, Alabama
6. Greg Robinson – OT, Auburn, Anthony Barr – OLB, UCLA
8. Jake Matthews – OG, Texas A&M, Blake Bortles – QB, UCF
10. Stephon Tuitt – DE, Notre Dame, Eric Ebron – TE, North Carolina, Justin Gilbert – CB, Oklahoma St
13. Zack Martin – OG, Notre Dame, Timmy Jernigan – DT, Florida St, Kony Ealy – DE, Missouri
16. Marqise Lee – WR, USC, Johnny Manziel – QB, Texas A&M, Cyrus Kouandjio – OT, Alabama, Louis Nix – DT, Notre Dame
20. Antonio Richardson – OT, Tennessee, Aaron Donald – DT, Pittsburgh
22. Taylor Lewan – OT, Michigan, Darqueze Dennard – CB, Michigan St, Tre Mason – HB, Auburn, Ryan Shazier – OLB, Ohio St, Austin Seferian-Jenkins – TE, Washington
27. HaHa Clinton-Dix – FS, Alabama, Odell Beckham Jr. – WR, LSU, Lamarcus Joyner – CB, Florida St
30. Jordan Matthews – WR, Vanderbilt, Kyle Van Noy – OLB, BYU, Mike Evans – WR, Texas A&M, Jace Amaro – TE, Texas Tech
34. Dee Ford – OLB, Auburn, Kelvin Benjamin – WR, Florida St, Calvin Pryor – FS, Louisville, Jason Verrett – CB, TCU
38. Dominique Easley – DT, Florida, Allen Robinson – WR, Penn St, Bishop Sankey – HB, Washington, Deone Bucannon – SS, Washington St
42. Derek Carr – QB, Fresno St, Gabe Jackson – OG, Mississippi St
44. Trent Murphy – DE, Stanford, Marcus Roberson – CB, Florida
46. Ka’Deem Carey – HB, Arizona, Ra’Shede Hageman – DT, Minnesota, Kyle Fuller – CB, Virginia Tech
49. Kelcy Quarles – DT, South Carolina, Xavier Su’a-Filo – OG, UCLA, Carl Bradford - OLB, Arizona St, Bradley Roby - CB, Ohio St

infantrycak
02-01-2014, 09:40 AM
My board actually starts out exactly this way. It is broken down to a player by player listing purely for aesthetic purposes.

Thanks. That's a much more realistic way of viewing things IMO, even if less aesthetic. The other creates a false impression of separation.

powda
02-01-2014, 12:48 PM
I'd love to see someone take a stab at a board that accepts the possibility of equal talent level so comes out something like:

1. Jadeveon Clowney DE, South Carolina, Khalil Mack OLB, Buffalo, Sammy Watkins WR, Clemson
4. Teddy Bridgewater QB, Louisville, C.J. Moseley ILB, Alabama
6. Greg Robinson OT, Auburn, Anthony Barr OLB, UCLA, Jake Matthews OG, Texas A&M Blake Bortles QB, UCF, Stephon Tuitt DE, ND
11. Eric Ebron TE, North Carolina
12. Justin Gilbert CB, Oklahoma St, Zack Martin OG, Notre Dame
14. Timmy Jernigan DT, Florida St, Kony Ealy DE, Missouri, Marqise Lee WR, USC

Few years back I either read or heard a radio interview with Gil Brandt where he ranked players just like this in tiers. Trouble is, these guys (draft pundits) are forced to provide the buying public "money shots" like a definitive ranking and hoplessly unrealistic mocks.

JCTexan
02-01-2014, 02:40 PM
I'd love to see someone take a stab at a board that accepts the possibility of equal talent level so comes out something like:

1. Jadeveon Clowney DE, South Carolina, Khalil Mack OLB, Buffalo, Sammy Watkins WR, Clemson
4. Teddy Bridgewater QB, Louisville, C.J. Moseley ILB, Alabama
6. Greg Robinson OT, Auburn, Anthony Barr OLB, UCLA, Jake Matthews OG, Texas A&M Blake Bortles QB, UCF, Stephon Tuitt DE, ND
11. Eric Ebron TE, North Carolina
12. Justin Gilbert CB, Oklahoma St, Zack Martin OG, Notre Dame
14. Timmy Jernigan DT, Florida St, Kony Ealy DE, Missouri, Marqise Lee WR, USC

Doing it that way my top ten would look like:

1. Jadeveon Clowney DE, South Carolina, Sammy Watkins WR, Clemson
3. Teddy Bridgewater QB, Louisville, C.J. Moseley ILB, Alabama, Khalil Mack OLB, Buffalo, Greg Robinson OT, Auburn
7. Anthony Barr OLB, UCLA, Jake Matthews OG, Texas A&M
9. Blake Bortles QB, UCF, Stephon Tuitt DE, ND

Clowney and Watkins are the two guys I believe will excel immediately in the NFL.

bah007
02-20-2014, 05:06 PM
Updated Top 75:
1. Jadeveon Clowney – DE, South Carolina
2. Khalil Mack – OLB, Buffalo
3. Sammy Watkins – WR, Clemson
4. Greg Robinson – OT, Auburn
5. Teddy Bridgewater – QB, Louisville
6. C.J. Moseley – ILB, Alabama
7. Jake Matthews – OG, Texas A&M
8. Eric Ebron – TE, North Carolina
9. Zack Martin – OG, Notre Dame
10. Stephon Tuitt – DE, Notre Dame
11. Anthony Barr – OLB, UCLA
12. Timmy Jernigan – DT, Florida St
13. Blake Bortles – QB, UCF
14. Justin Gilbert – CB, Oklahoma St
15. Johnny Manziel – QB, Texas A&M
16. Kony Ealy – DE, Missouri
17. Cyrus Kouandjio – OT, Alabama
18. Darqueze Dennard – CB, Michigan St
19. Aaron Donald – DT, Pittsburgh
20. Louis Nix – DT, Notre Dame
21. Antonio Richardson – OT, Tennessee
22. Taylor Lewan – OT, Michigan
23. Tre Mason – HB, Auburn
24. Ryan Shazier – OLB, Ohio St
25. Austin Seferian-Jenkins – TE, Washington

26. Odell Beckham Jr. – WR, LSU
27. Kyle Van Noy – OLB, BYU
28. Mike Evans – WR, Texas A&M
29. HaHa Clinton-Dix – FS, Alabama
30. Marqise Lee – WR, USC
31. Lamarcus Joyner – CB, Florida St
32. Jace Amaro – TE, Texas Tech
33. Dee Ford – OLB, Auburn
34. Morgan Moses – OT, Virginia
35. Kyle Fuller – CB, Virginia Tech
36. Jordan Matthews – WR, Vanderbilt
37. Kelvin Benjamin – WR, Florida St
38. Jason Verrett – CB, TCU
39. Allen Robinson – WR, Penn St
40. Calvin Pryor – FS, Louisville
41. Dominique Easley – DT, Florida
42. Derek Carr – QB, Fresno St
43. Deone Bucannon – SS, Washington St
44. Bishop Sankey – HB, Washington
45. Gabe Jackson – OG, Mississippi St
46. Trent Murphy – DE, Stanford
47. Ka’Deem Carey – HB, Arizona
48. Marcus Roberson – CB, Florida
49. Ra’Shede Hageman – DT, Minnesota
50. Carlos Hyde – HB, Ohio St

51. Xavier Su’a-Filo – OG, UCLA
52. Craig Loston – SS, LSU
53. Bradley Roby – CB, Ohio St
54. Kelcy Quarles – DT, South Carolina
55. Carl Bradford – OLB, Arizona St
56. Jackson Jeffcoat – DE, Texas
57. Pierre Desir – CB, Lindenwood
58. Trevor Reilly – DE, Utah
59. Davante Adams – WR, Fresno St
60. Will Sutton – DT, Arizona St
61. Weston Richburg – C, Colorado St
62. Yawin Smallwood – ILB, Connecticut
63. Troy Niklas – TE, Notre Dame
64. Scott Crichton – DE, Oregon St
65. Chris Borland – ILB, Wisconsin
66. JuWaun James – OT, Tennessee
67. Jarvis Landry – WR, LSU
68. Jimmie Ward – FS, Northern Illinois
69. Travis Swanson – C, Arkansas
70. Loucheiz Purifoy – CB, Florida
71. Shayne Skov – ILB, Stanford
72. Marcus Martin – C, USC
73. Dontre Moncrief – WR, Ole Miss
74. Zach Mettenberger – QB. LSU
75. Cameron Fleming – OT, Stanford

thunderkyss
02-23-2014, 11:26 AM
Good stuff. Thanks.

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infantrycak
02-23-2014, 11:39 AM
bah - you don't seem to take injury concerns into account at all. Can you explain?

bah007
02-23-2014, 11:54 AM
bah - you don't seem to take injury concerns into account at all. Can you explain?

I do take it into account. I finished this up the day before the combine so that I can see how much it changes after.

A lot of the injury concerns don't come up until the combine so I cannot adjust until after. There are often rumors but you don't know for sure until the guys go through their medicals.

Clowney and Nix both had concerns but I wanted to wait until I hear what the teams think.

Kouandijo had no concerns coming in but his knee set off alarms for a bunch of teams.

I don't have the access to the players that the teams do so I try to take the guesswork out of it by waiting until the combine physicals to take injury into account.

infantrycak
02-23-2014, 11:59 AM
I do take it into account. I finished this up the day before the combine so that I can see how much it changes after.

A lot of the injury concerns don't come up until the combine so I cannot adjust until after. There are often rumors but you don't know for sure until the guys go through their medicals.

Thanks for responding.

I understand that for someone like Cyrus Kouandjio, but Clowney and Nix's issues have been known for a while. I wouldn't anticipate anything other than a source saying they haven't been rendered undraftable.

beerlover
02-23-2014, 12:43 PM
I do take it into account. I finished this up the day before the combine so that I can see how much it changes after.

A lot of the injury concerns don't come up until the combine so I cannot adjust until after. There are often rumors but you don't know for sure until the guys go through their medicals.

Clowney and Nix both had concerns but I wanted to wait until I hear what the teams think.

Kouandijo had no concerns coming in but his knee set off alarms for a bunch of teams.

I don't have the access to the players that the teams do so I try to take the guesswork out of it by waiting until the combine physicals to take injury into account.

excellent exercise gives you/us all checks & balances. thanks for all you do :)

Playoffs
02-23-2014, 01:10 PM
Looking good.

I'd swap #27 and #14...

Need more OBJr/Mike Evans love... dude has hands. http://www.sherv.net/cm/emoticons/rugby/football-catching-smiley-emoticon.gif

TexansFTW
02-25-2014, 02:44 PM
This is how boards are supposed to swing with time and more information. A few spots here or there, minor tweeks.

Nothing like Kiper shows us.

bah007
02-25-2014, 02:50 PM
This is how boards are supposed to swing with time and more information. A few spots here or there, minor tweeks.

Nothing like Kiper shows us.

Well there's a couple of guys who are going to be making big moves in my next update.

Kouandjio is dropping big time because of his knee.

Lewan is moving up a little bit. I had knocked him for athleticism and he proved me wrong at the combine.

Beckham and Moncrief are both moving up. I've had them rated way higher than everybody else and I keep dropping them trying to get closer to the consensus. Not anymore. They are what I thought they were athletically.

Troy Niklas is moving up. I was behind on him because I wasn't expecting him to declare. The more I watch the more I like.