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Steel B's Final Mock
Rd.1 Kawan Short NT, 6'3, 299, 5.09, Short is the perfect penetrating NT in Wade's defense. He commands double teams.
Rd.2 Da'Rick Rodgers WR, 6'2, 217, 4.52, Best WR in the draft is perfect WR for WC offense, breaks tackles and gets alot of YAC. Great hands, this pick came down to Rodgers (Pot) vs Swope (Concussions) I chose Rodgers with King God'ell cracking down on the concussion thingy.
Rd.3 Cornelius Washington OLB, 6'4, 265, 4.55, Washinton is the most athletic of all the highly rated Georgia LB's. He played the strong side mostly which allowed Jones and Ogletree to get all of the glory.
Rd. 3 Tyler Bray,QB 6'6 232, 5.05, The Texans will be lucky if he falls this far, great value, Anybody that has read my posts knows my thoughts on Bray. My #1 QB in this draft.
Ed.4 Reid Fragel,OT, 6'8, 308, 5.15, Former TE, great feet, strongest OT at the combine, plays with a mean streak. I would trade up to get him if I had too.
Rd.5 Cooper Taylor,S, 6'4, 229, 4.49, Big, fast, smart (Went to Ga.Tech at begining of career) S. Will hit you, seems to always be around the ball.
Rd.6 Jake Stoneburner, TE, 6'4 252, 4.62, Reminds me of OD, great receiver, played with poor throwing QB's, underrated blocker
Rd.6 Micheal Mauti, ILB, great leader, coming off 2nd ACL, dynamic player reminds me of Sean Lee, would've been my pick for the Texans at 27 except for the ACL. Good time to take a chance on a guy like Mauti.
Rd.7 Uzoma Nwachukwu, WR, 5'11 198, 4.40, 10'10 BJ, 39'5 vert. Great athlete, speed to stretch the field, good hands, learned pro system under sherman so he should be ready to play right away. Was under used in college. IMHO
This draft has Reed moving to ILB.
Feedback would be greatly appreciated, I think most of the holes are filled with some of the best athletes that were at the combine in the appropriate rds. Using CBS and the TT Mock Draft as a guideline.
Last edited by Dutchrudder; 04-22-2013 at 05:08 PM.
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