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Default Ourlads 2013 Draft Thread

4/15 Mock -- Shonka is less a pick predictor and more an evaluator, so his descriptions trump.

Kansas City Eric Fisher LOT Central Michigan 6072 306 5.05
Jacksonville Dee Milliner* DC Alabama 5117 201 4.37
Oakland Sheldon Richardson* DT Missouri 6024 294 4.96
Philadelphia Geno Smith QB West Virginia 6023 218 4.59
Detroit Luke Joeckel* LOT Texas A&M 6060 306 5.28
Cleveland Dion Jordan OLB Oregon 6062 248 4.59
Arizona Lane Johnson LOT Oklahoma 6060 303 4.72
Buffalo Cordarrelle Patterson* WR Tennessee 6017 216 4.37
New York Xavier Rhodes* DC Florida State 6014 210 4.43
Tennessee Sharrif Floyd* DT Florida 6025 297 4.92
San Diego Star Lotulelei DT Utah 6024 311 5.10e
Miami Chance Warmack OG Alabama 6020 317 5.49
Tampa Bay Ezekiel Ansah DE/PR Brigham Young 6052 271 4.63
Carolina Kenny Vaccaro FS Texas 6000 214 4.62
New Orleans Barkevious Mingo* OLB LSU 6042 241 4.56
St. Louis Tavon Austin WR/RS West Virginia 5084 174 4.31
Pittsburgh Keenan Allen* WR California 6020 206 4.73
A strong hand catcher with a sudden burst and run after catch ability. Big, strong, and physical with return skills. Quickness out of his breaks. Californiaís all-time leading receiver. Smart receiver who lined up in a variety of different alignments. Did not run well on his 4/9/13 pro day. Insists that he is still less than 100% from last fall's knee injury. Will drop to the second round.
Dallas Jonathan Cooper OG North Carolina 6021 311 5.07
New York Alec Ogletree* ILB Georgia 6024 242 4.68
Chicago Manti Te'o ILB Notre Dame 6012 241 4.78
Cincinnati Eric Reid* FS LSU 6012 213 4.53
St. Louis f/Was Bjoern Werner* DE Florida State 6032 266 4.81
Minnesota Sylvester Williams DT North Carolina 6025 313 5.03
Combines good size and quickness for the position. A disruptive player who has a sudden arm over move. A good effort tackle who works to the whistle. An impact player that doesnít catch blocks. Sudden and explosive with his hands.
Indianapolis Johnathan Hankins* NT Ohio State 6027 320 5.31
Plays hard inside out to the perimeter. Good lateral quickness and change of direction. Presses the pocket and forces the quarterback to scramble. Gives pursuit effort. Can stop and stack at the point of attack.
Minnesota f/Sea DeAndre Hopkins* WR Clemson 6010 214 4.46
Electric and dynamic in his play. A junior with exceptional ball skills. Extends and reaches for the off-target pass and explodes up the field. Natural hand catcher who also returns punts. Good concentration and vision to pluck a ball in a crowd.
Green Bay Desmond Trufant DC Washington 5115 190 4.38
Houston DJ Fluker* ROT
Alabama 6045 339 5.31
A massive man with extra long arms and big hands. Quick enough to cut off the inside slant. A competitor who is physical in his play. Played right tackle for Alabama. Plays with a good base and can lock on a pass rushing defensive end and run them up the field.

Denver Tank Carradine DE Florida State 6041 276 4.80e
One-year starter and junior college transfer who got his opportunity when teammate Brandon Jenkins was lost for the 2012 season with a Lisfranc injury. Carradine was the teamís leading tackler when he tore the ACL in his right knee and missed the last two games. Was also the odds-on favorite to be the ACCís Defensive Player of the Year that was awarded to teammate Bjoern Werner. Plays square and does an effective job of setting the edge of a defense. Explosive first step quickness. Plays with a lot of energy. Collapses the pocket on a bull rush.
New England Alex Okafor RDE Texas 6045 261 4.80
Atlanta Tyler Eifert TE Notre Dame 6054 250 4.68
Led Notre Dame in receptions with 44. Finds the soft spots in zone coverage. Beats linebackers in man-to-man coverage. Has the speed to run deep. Possesses good leaping ability, concentration, and timing. Plucks the ball with his hands. Catches the ball in traffic over the middle.
San Francisco Datone Jones DE UCLA 6041 283 4.76
Three-year starter. His value is in his ability as a versatile and explosive athlete who can play virtually anywhere along a defensive front in any scheme. Productive with 6.5 sacks and 19 tackles for loss. Instinctive to find the ball. Can feel pressure and react on the move. Has the ability to control opponent with effective hand use. A gap control end who has the speed and quickness to burst up the field.
Baltimore Jarvis Jones* OLB Georgia 6023 245 4.92
Lines up all over the field to create the most advantageous blocking matchup to rush the passer. A good athlete who can run sideline to sideline to make plays. Knack to make something happen. A downhill player who is explosive off the edge. Quickness to slip blocks. Intense, competitive, and tough. Medical checkup will determine draft position.he Browns may go with Dion Jordan
Round 2
Jacksonville Matt Barkley QB USC 6024 227 4.90e
Philadelphia Matt Elam* FS Florida 5097 208 4.47
A playmaker who made big plays in big games. Instinctive with the ability to read quickly and diagnose the play. Good anticipation with quick reactions. Aggressive on the ball in the air. Brings the hammer when schemed to blitz the quarterback. Physical in his play. Ability to stay on his feet and play off blockers. Competitive wrap up tackler.
New York Terron Armstead LOT Arkansas-Pine Bluff 6046 306 4.71
Athletic, rangy, and competitive. An ascending talent. Has long arms and quick feet that serve him well as a pass protector. Good first step quickness. Works to finish his blocks. Can run a speed rusher up the field. Good combination of foot quickness and ease of movement. Was a late addition to the Senior Bowl and he picked up where he left off in the Shrine Game and practices. Good lateral quickness. Smooth in his redirect.
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