bah007's Full 2014 Mock

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    I do a full seven round mock right before the draft each year. Here is this year's edition. There are no trades. I use my own player rankings and I draft for each team as if I were the GM. I do not try to guess what other people would do. This gives me a better, more realistic idea of who will be available at each of the Texans selections. With that said, here is the Texans' 2014 draft if I were in charge, with my scouting report for each player:

    1.1. Blake Bortles – QB, UCF 6-5 232
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    - Great size. Very athletic. Moves well in the pocket and very mobile. Extremely composed under pressure. Never panics. Tough and confident, led his team to several comeback victories. Strong, but not elite arm strength. Seems to have no major mechanical issues, but needs to work on consistency in movement. Was given a decent amount of control in his offense, but he is still somewhat raw and would be better off sitting for a year. Seems coachable and intelligent. Needs to improve his touch. Deep ball could improve. Gets lazy when there is no pressure on him. Ball security has been an issue when hit by an unseen defender. Conference Player of the Year his final year. Has all the physical skills to be a franchise QB. Just needs to be coached up.

    2.33. Morgan Moses – OT, Virginia 6-6 314
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    - Huge frame with long arms. Large but doesn’t carry a ton of bad weight. Patient off the snap in pass protection, waits for his man and doesn’t lunge. Takes advantage of his length by using his arms to keep defenders from getting in on him. Good feet. Slides laterally well and can handle a speed rusher off the edge. Very flexible for his size. Good first step off the snap when moving forward. Powerful hands allow him to control defenders in the run game. Doesn’t just block defenders, he moves them. Can move in straight lines only when run blocking. Drops his head and reaches when blocking on the move. Can lose leverage against smaller defenders. Despite his size, I think he projects better to LT. He is a better pass protector than run blocker.

    3.65. Carl Bradford – ILB, Arizona St 6-1 250
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    - Powerful frame but very short arms. Very physical. Understands leverage and knows how to use it to take out blockers. Great instincts. Locates the ball very quickly. Good quickness off the snap and has already developed some deadly pass rushing moves. Very versatile player. Played DE, OLB, and ILB in college. Played FB in high school and will be helpful on special teams. Looked good in coverage but wasn’t asked to do it very often. Despite his production he is a limited athlete. Good burst and acceleration but not great speed. When blockers get inside on him he doesn’t have the length to get off. Overly passionate player who will need to tone it down at times to avoid unnecessary penalties. Sometimes plays out of control when his emotions run high. Spent most of his time in college as an edge rusher, but projects better to ILB in the pros where his lack of athleticism won’t be exposed.

    4.101. DeAndre Coleman – DE, California 6-5 314
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    - Huge frame with long arms and thick legs. Excellent power. Uses his arms to keep blockers off his body. Sheds blocks well. Can take on two blockers and occasionally beat both. Great athlete for his size, very quick. Tools are there, just hasn’t put it all together yet. His height can sometimes be an issue. Doesn’t always get great leverage. Doesn’t follow the QB’s eyes and get his hands up. Run stuffer only at this point. Not enough burst to make an impact as a pass rusher. Perfect fit as a two gap DE.

    4.135. Michael Schofield – LG, Michigan 6-6 301
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    - Good frame with long arms. Patient blocker who squares up and uses leverage and position to his advantage. Anchors well and isn’t moved easily. Very aware of what is around him. Picks up extra rushers and cleans up other players’ mistakes. Competitive player who finishes blocks. Very experienced. Three year starter, one at LG and RT for the last two. Intelligent enough to play any position on the line if needed. Initial step is good but is a limited athlete with heavy feet. Average strength and power. Inconsistent hands, uses them well on one play and then holds for no reason on the next. Doesn’t move or redirect well. He will sometimes move without keeping his feet under him. Edge rushers can bring him off balance by using his momentum against him. Projects best at LG where his lack of athleticism isn’t exposed.

    5.141. Ryan Carrethers – NT, Arkansas St 6-1 337
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    - Massive frame. Doesn’t carry a lot of bad weight. Former wrestler and it shows on the field. Anchors well and has a good center of gravity. Strong hands. Shows occasional ability to rush the passer from the inside. Dominated but at a lower level of competition. Short arms. Loses leverage at times. Doesn’t move well laterally. Not a very good athlete. Two time First Team All-Conference. Two gap nose tackle who is very difficult to move. Fits the 34.

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    6.177. Devonta Freeman – RB, Florida St 5-8 206
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    - Compact build with a maxed out frame. Quick feet. Has good balance. Runs with low pads. Delivers hits, doesn’t absorb them. Can catch out of the backfield. Tough and determined player. Gives effort as a blocker but gets pushed around. Good acceleration but top speed isn’t that great. Good one cut runner but is sometimes too hesitant. Had fumbling issues before but appears to be corrected. Won’t break tackles on the inside. Won’t get yards after contact. Likely a third down back only.

    6.181. Gator Hoskins – TE, Marshall 6-2 253
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    - Not an ideal frame for a NFL TE. Great hands. Very good athlete for his size. Quick release into his routes. Stretches the field. Physical route runner who doesn’t let defenders dictate where he’s going to go. Despite his size he has a big catch radius. Has experience as a lead blocker in college, but was only adequate at it. First Team All-Conference his final year. Projects as a versatile offensive weapon that can play FB or H-Back. Fits the system perfectly as the “move” TE.

    6.211. Brandon Dixon – CB, Northwest Missouri St 5-11 203
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    - Average frame. Fluid hips help him change direction quickly. Good technique in his backpedal. Doesn’t waste movement. Good spatial awareness. Keeps his eyes on the QB without losing his man. Tracks the ball well, but doesn’t finish as often as he should. More of a linear athlete. Great in zone coverage, hasn’t seen a lot of action in man. Seems to like contact, but sometimes too much. Played at a very small school, but was a two time All American. There will be a steep learning curve but projects as a late rounder who could flourish once he is coached up.

    7.216. Derrell Johnson – SOLB, ECU 6-1 258
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    - Thick, short frame with powerful lower body. Just looks like an athlete. Natural pass rushing ability. Great initial step and closing burst. Flexible and bendable at the edge. Has two plus pass rushing moves that he mixes well. Has a ton of power and a low center of gravity. Sets the edge in the running game. Establishes leverage well and fights with physicality. Has strong hands and uses them effectively. Not very fluid unless he is moving forward. Doesn’t change direction well. Not great in coverage. Two time All-Conference selection. Projects as a strong side OLB who can defend against the run and rush the passer.

    7.256. Ted Bolser – TE, Indiana 6-5 248
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    - Very good size, but could add some more muscle to his frame. Reliable receiver with big, soft, strong hands. Catches the ball with his hands and not his body. Solid blocker already, and has the ability to get better with more coaching and experience. Average athlete. Not a speed guy and he doesn’t move exceptionally well, but he is a polished route runner who gets himself open consistently. Isn’t going to get many yards after the catch. Semifinalist for the John Mackey award his final year. Owns all the school records for TEs.

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    Here is the projected roster if all 11 draft picks were to make the team:

    QB - Ryan Fitzpatrick, Blake Bortles, Case Keenum
    RB - Arian Foster, Andre Brown, Devonta Freeman, Dennis Johnson
    FB - Gator Hoskins
    WR X - Andre Johnson, Alan Bonner
    WR Z - DeAndre Hopkins, Mike Thomas
    WR S - DeVier Posey, Keshawn Martin
    TE Y - Ryan Griffin, Ted Bolser
    TE H - Garrett Graham, Gator Hoskins
    LT - Duane Brown, Morgan Moses
    LG - David Quessenberry, Michael Schofield
    C - Chris Myers, Ben Jones
    RG - Brandon Brooks, Ben Jones
    RT - Morgan Moses, Brennan Williams, Derek Newton

    DE - DeAndre Coleman, Ricardo Mathews
    NT - Jerrell Powe, Ryan Carrethers
    DE - J.J. Watt, Jared Crick
    SOLB - Brooks Reed, Derrell Johnson
    SILB - Carl Bradford, Mike Mohamed
    WILB - Brian Cushing, Jeff Tarpinian
    WOLB - Whitney Mercilus, Trevardo Williams
    CB - Johnathan Joseph, Brandon Harris, AJ Bouye
    CB - Kareem Jackson, Josh Victorian, Brandon Dixon
    FS - Chris Clemons, Kendrick Lewis
    SS - DJ Swearinger, Eddie Pleasant

    K - Randy Bullock
    P - Shane Lechler
    LS - Jon Weeks
     
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    I'm a big fan of Moses, Bradford, Coleman, Freeman, and Hoskins.

    I like Bortles, but would prefer to trade back before taking him. No trades though so can't hate the pick. I like the Johnson pick. I don't know if I've seen anyone else mention him on this forum this offseason but the guy is a player. I like Bolser, but this late in the draft I'd like to see a shot at a TE with more upside. Overall, I really like it though. Really like the front seven additions on defense.

    Good stuff. MSR.
     
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    I am interested!
     
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    Got him for you. Nice draft, Bah!
     
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    I'm interested as well.
     
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    Alright, but I warned you guys...

    1ST ROUND
    1. HOU – Blake Bortles – QB, UCF
    2. STL – Greg Robinson – OT, Auburn
    3. JAC – Khalil Mack – OLB, Buffalo
    4. CLE – Jake Matthews – OG, Texas A&M
    5. OAK – Jadeveon Clowney – DE, South Carolina
    6. ATL – Taylor Lewan – OT, Michigan
    7. TB – Sammy Watkins – WR, Clemson
    8. MIN – Aaron Donald – DT, Pittsburgh
    9. BUF – Justin Gilbert – CB, Oklahoma St
    10. DET – Zack Martin – OG, Notre Dame
    11. TEN – Eric Ebron – TE, North Carolina
    12. NYG – C.J. Moseley – OLB, Alabama
    13. STL – HaHa Clinton-Dix – FS, Alabama
    14. CHI – Deone Buccanon – SS, Washington St
    15. PIT – Odell Beckham Jr. – WR, LSU
    16. DAL – Mike Evans – WR, Texas A&M
    17. BAL – Stephon Tuitt – DE, Notre Dame
    18. NYJ – Jason Verrett – CB, TCU
    19. MIA – Ryan Shazier – OLB, Ohio St
    20. ARI – Anthony Barr – OLB, UCLA
    21. GB – Xavier Su’a-Filo – OG, UCLA
    22. PHI – Darqueze Dennard – CB, Michigan St
    23. KC – Kyle Fuller – CB, Virginia Tech
    24. CIN – Kyle Van Noy – OLB, BYU
    25. SD – Louis Nix – NT, Notre Dame
    26. CLE – Teddy Bridgewater – QB, Louisville
    27. NO – Timmy Jernigan – NT, Florida St
    28. CAR – Donte Moncrief – WR, Mississippi
    29. NE – Troy Niklas – TE, Notre Dame
    30. SF – Marqise Lee – WR, USC
    31. DEN – Brandin Cooks – WR, Oregon St
    32. SEA – Ra’Shede Hageman – DE, Minnesota

    2ND ROUND
    33. HOU – Morgan Moses – OT, Virginia
    34. WAS – Dee Ford – OLB, Auburn
    35. CLE – Tre Mason – RB, Auburn
    36. OAK – Johnny Manziel – QB, Texas A&M
    37. ATL – Jeremiah Attaochu – OLB, Georgia Tech
    38. TB – David Yankey – OG, Stanford
    39. JAC – Zach Mettenberger – QB, LSU
    40. MIN – Kony Ealy – DE, Missouri
    41. BUF – Antonio Richardson – OT, Tennessee
    42. TEN – Charles Sims – RB, West Virginia
    43. NYG – Jace Amaro – TE, Texas Tech
    44. STL – Bradley Roby – CB, Ohio St
    45. DET – Allen Robinson – WR, Penn St
    46. PIT – Jimmie Ward – FS, Northern Illinois
    47. DAL – Kareem Martin – DE, North Carolina
    48. BAL – Austin Seferian-Jenkins – TE, Washington
    49. NYJ – Kelvin Benjamin – WR, Florida St
    50. MIA – Cyrus Kouandjio – OT, Alabama
    51. CHI – Gabe Jackson – OG, Mississippi St
    52. ARI – Jimmy Garoppolo – QB, Eastern Illinois
    53. GB – Lamarcus Joyner – FS, Florida St
    54. PHI – Calvin Pryor – FS, Louisville
    55. CIN – Weston Richburg – C, Colorado St
    56. SF – Chris Smith – OLB, Arkansas
    57. SD – Jordan Matthews – WR, Vanderbilt
    58. NO – Marcus Smith – OLB, Louisville
    59. IND – Keith McGill – FS, Utah
    60. CAR – Joel Bitonio – OT, Nevada
    61. SF – Marcus Roberson – CB, Florida
    62. NE – Demarcus Lawrence – DE, Boise St
    63. DEN – Chris Borland – MLB, Wisconsin
    64. SEA – Davante Adams – WR, Fresno St

    3RD ROUND
    65. HOU – Carl Bradford – ILB, Arizona St
    66. WAS – E.J. Gaines – CB, Missouri
    67. OAK – Cody Latimer – WR, Indiana
    68. ATL – Bishop Sankey – RB, Washington
    69. TB – Derek Carr – QB, Fresno St
    70. JAC – Bashaud Breeland – CB, Clemson
    71. CLE – Martavis Bryant – WR, Clemson
    72. MIN – Tom Savage – QB, Pittsburgh
    73. BUF – Scott Crichton – DE, Oregon St
    74. NYG – Carlos Hyde – RB, Ohio St
    75. STL – Dominique Easley – DT, Florida
    76. DET – Phillip Gaines – CB, Rice
    77. SF – Marcus Martin – C, USC
    78. DAL – Kelcy Quarles – DT, South Carolina
    79. BAL – Ja'Wuan James – OT, Tennessee
    80. NYJ – Jeremy Hill – RB, LSU
    81. MIA – Brandon Thomas – OG, Clemson
    82. CHI – Terrance West – RB, Towson
    83. CLE – Billy Turner – OT, North Dakota St
    84. ARI – Jarvis Landry – WR, LSU
    85. GB – C.J. Fiedorowicz – TE, Iowa
    86. PHI – Paul Richardson – WR, Colorado
    87. KC – Trent Murphy – OLB, Stanford
    88. CIN – Tre Boston – FS, North Carolina
    89. SD – Loucheiz Purifoy – CB, Florida
    90. IND – Lamin Barrow – ILB, LSU
    91. NO – Ka’Deem Carey – RB, Arizona
    92. CAR – Telvin Smith – OLB, Florida St
    93. NE – Christian Jones – OLB, Florida St
    94. SF – DaQuan Jones – DE, Penn St
    95. DEN – Terrance Mitchell – CB, Oregon
    96. MIN – Jaylen Watkins – CB, Florida
    97. PIT [c] – Trai Turner – OG, LSU
    98. GB [c] – Ed Reynolds – SS, Stanford
    99. BAL [c] – Craig Loston – SS, LSU
    100. SF [c] – Cameron Fleming – OG, Stanford

    4TH ROUND
    101. HOU – DeAndre Coleman – DE, California
    102. WAS – James Hurst – OT, North Carolina
    103. ATL – Shayne Skov – ILB, Stanford
    104. NYJ – Yawin Smallwood – ILB, Connecticut
    105. JAC – Robert Herron – WR, Wyoming
    106. CLE – Cyril Richardson – OG, Baylor
    107. OAK – Dontae Johnson – FS, North Carolina St
    108. MIN – Isaiah Crowell – RB, Alabama St
    109. BUF – Travis Swanson – C, Arkansas
    110. STL – Terrence Brooks – FS, Florida St
    111. DET – Jordan Zumwalt – OLB, UCLA
    112. TEN – Aaron Murray – QB, Georgia
    113. NYG – Jared Abbrederis – WR, Wisconsin
    114. JAC – Caraun Reid – DT, Princeton
    115. NYJ – Trey Millard – FB, Oklahoma
    116. MIA – Pierre Desir – FS, Lindenwood
    117. CHI – Will Sutton – DT, Arizona St
    118. PIT – Rashaad Reynolds – CB, Oregon St
    119. DAL – Anthony Steen – OG, Alabama
    120. ARI – Chris Watt – OG, Notre Dame
    121. GB – Brandon Coleman – WR, Rutgers
    122. PHI – Daniel McCullers – NT, Tennessee
    123. CIN – Will Clarke – DE, West Virginia
    124. KC – Mike Davis – WR, Texas
    125. SD – Jackson Jeffcoat – OLB, Texas
    126. NO – Brent Urban – DE, Virginia
    127. CLE – Wesley Johnson – C, Vanderbilt
    128. CAR – Anthony Johnson – DT, LSU
    129. SF – Antone Exum – CB, Virginia Tech
    130. NE – George Uko – DT, USC
    131. DEN – Christian Kirksey – OLB, Iowa
    132. SEA – Charles Leno – OT, Boise St
    133. DET [c] – Stanley Jean-Baptiste – FS, Nebraska
    134. BAL [c] – Josh Huff – WR, Oregon
    135. HOU [c] – Michael Schofield – OG, Michigan
    136. DET [c] – Jack Mewhort – OT, Ohio St
    137. NYJ [c] – Crockett Gillmore – TE, Colorado St
    138. BAL [c] – Ross Cockrell – CB, Duke
    139. ATL [c] – Justin Ellis – NT, Louisiana Tech
    140. NE [c] – Storm Johnson – RB, UCF

    5TH ROUND
    141. HOU – Ryan Carrethers – NT, Arkansas St
    142. WAS – Dri Archer – RB, Kent St
    143. TB – Arthur Lynch – TE, Georgia
    144. JAC – Kevin Pierre-Louis – OLB, Boston College
    145. CLE – Aaron Colvin – CB, Oklahoma
    146. SEA – Shamar Stephen – DT, Connecticut
    147. ATL – Tyler Starr – OLB, South Dakota
    148. MIN – Jordan Tripp – OLB, Montana
    149. BUF – Jeff Janis – WR, Saginaw Valley
    150. JAC – Max Bullough – MLB, Michigan St
    151. TEN – Taylor Hart – DE, Oregon
    152. NYG – Ego Ferguson – DT, LSU
    153. STL – Spencer Long – OG, Nebraska
    154. NYJ – Daniel Sorensen – SS, BYU
    155. MIA – Adrian Hubbard – DE, Alabama
    156. CHI – Brett Smith – QB, Wyoming
    157. PIT – Trevor Reilly – OLB, Utah
    158. DAL – Andre Williams – RB, Boston College
    159. JAC – Xavier Grimble – TE, USC
    160. ARI – Lache Seastrunk – RB, Baylor
    161. GB – Matt Patchan – OT, Boston College
    162. PHI – Dakota Dozier – OG, Furman
    163. KC – A.C. Leonard – TE, Tennessee St
    164. CIN – A.J. McCarron – QB, Alabama
    165. SD – Jabari Price – CB, North Carolina
    166. IND – Zach Kerr – NT, Delaware
    167. NO – Bruce Ellington – WR, South Carolina
    168. CAR – Laurent Duvernay-Tardif – OT, McGill
    169. NO – Colt Lyerla – TE, Oregon
    170. SF – Khairi Fortt – ILB, California
    171. DEN – Larry Webster – DE, Bloomsburg
    172. SEA – Kevin Norwood – WR, Alabama
    173. PIT [c] – Logan Thomas – QB, Virginia Tech
    174. NYG [c] – Bennett Jackson – FS, Notre Dame
    175. BAL [c] – J.C. Copeland – FB, LSU
    176. GB [c] – James Gayle – OLB, Virginia Tech

    6TH ROUND
    177. HOU – Devonta Freeman – RB, Florida St
    178. WAS – Jay Bromley – NT, Syracuse
    179. JAC – Victor Hampton – CB, South Carolina
    180. CLE – Steven Clark – P, Auburn
    181. HOU – Gator Hoskins – FB, Marshall
    182. ATL – Nikita Whitlock – FB, Wake Forest
    183. CHI – Preston Brown – MLB, Louisville
    184. MIN – Quincy Enunwa – WR, Nebraska
    185. BUF – Kenny Ladler – SS, Vanderbilt
    186. TEN – Chris Boswell – K, Rice
    187. NYG – Seantrel Henderson – OT, Miami
    188. STL – Tyler Gaffney – RB, Stanford
    189. DET – Anthony Fera – K, Texas
    190. MIA – Andre Hal – CB, Vanderbilt
    191. CHI – Nevin Lawson – CB, Utah St
    192. PIT – Lorenzo Taliaferro – RB, Coastal Carolina
    193. KC – Tajh Boyd – QB, Clemson
    194. BAL – Keith Wenning – QB, Ball St
    195. NYJ – Pat O’Donnell – P, Miami
    196. ARI – Marcel Jensen – TE, Fresno St
    197. GB – Avery Williamson – ILB, Kentucky
    198. NE – Russell Bodine – C, North Carolina
    199. CIN – Travis Carrie – CB, Ohio
    200. KC – Marqueston Huff – FS, Wyoming
    201. SD – Tyler Larsen – C, Utah St
    202. NO – Prince Shembo – OLB, Notre Dame
    203. IND – Ethan Westbrooks – OLB, West Texas A&M
    204. CAR – Bryan Stork – C, Florida St
    205. JAC – Jon Halapio – OG, Florida
    206. NE – Brock Vereen – SS, Minnesota
    207. DEN – LaDarius Perkins – RB, Mississippi St
    208. SEA – Kadeem Edwards – OG, Tennessee St
    209. NYJ [c] – David Fales – QB, San Jose St
    210. NYJ [c] – Josh Mauro – DE, Stanford
    211. HOU [c] – Brandon Dixon – CB, Northwest Missouri St
    212. CIN [c] – Nate Freese – K, Boston College
    213. NYJ [c] – John Urschel – OG, Penn St
    214. STL [c] – Andrew Jackson – MLB, Western Kentucky
    215. PIT [c] – Devon Kennard – OLB, USC

    7TH ROUND
    216. HOU – Derrell Johnson – OLB, ECU
    217. WAS – Jay Prosch – FB, Auburn
    218. CLE – Shaquil Barrett – ILB, Colorado St
    219. OAK – Joe Don Duncan – TE, Dixie St
    220. ATL – Kendall James – CB, Maine
    221. TB – Howard Jones – OLB, Shepherd
    222. JAC – Justin Britt – OT, Missouri
    223. MIN – Cornelius Lucas – OT, Kansas St
    224. BUF – Ed Stinson – DT, Alabama
    225. CAR – Jerick McKinnon – RB, Georgia Southern
    226. STL – Stephen Morris – QB, Miami
    227. DET – James Morris – MLB, Iowa
    228. TEN – Ahmad Dixon – SS, Baylor
    229. DAL – Tom Hornsey – P, Memphis
    230. PIT – Ben Gardner – DE, Stanford
    231. DAL – Jonathan Dowling – FS, Western Kentucky
    232. IND – Brandon Linder – OT, Miami
    233. NYJ – Austin Wentworth – OT, Fresno St
    234. MIA – John Brown – WR, Pittsburgh St
    235. OAK – Kaleb Ramsey – DT, Boston College
    236. GB – B.J. Lowery – CB, Iowa
    237. PHI – Richie Leone – P, Houston
    238. DAL – Anthony Hitchens – OLB, Iowa
    239. CIN – Zach Fulton – OG, Tennessee
    240. SD – Dion Bailey – SS, USC
    241. STL – Aaron Lynch – DE, USF
    242. SF – Dez Southward – SS, Wisconsin
    243. SF – Robert Thomas – NT, Arkansas
    244. NE – Greg Blair – MLB, Cincinnati
    245. SF – Richard Rogers – TE, California
    246. DEN – Ryan Groy – OG, Wisconsin
    247. OAK – Deion Belue – CB, Alabama
    248. DAL [c] – De’Anthony Thomas – WR, Oregon
    249. STL [c] – Ryan Hewitt – TE, Stanford
    250. STL [c] – Connor Boffeli – OG, Iowa
    251. DAL [c] – Walt Aikens – CB, Liberty
    252. CIN [c] – Kevin Pamphile – OT, Purdue
    253. ATL [c] – Alden Darby – FS, Arizona St
    254. DAL [c] – James Stone – C, Tennessee
    255. ATL [c] – Blake Annen – TE, Cincinnati
    256. HOU [c] – Ted Bolser – TE, Indiana
     
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    Wow, me and you have 2 picks in the first round the same lol.

    Greg Robinson and Khalil Mack at #2 and #3. Every single other pick is different.
     
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    Did my boy Kapri Bibbs go undrafted? Also, Jeremy Gallon?
     
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    Both are still on the board.

    Bibbs is the #3 back still out there behind Tim Cornett and James White.

    Gallon is the #4 WR behind Devin Street, Marcus Lucas, and Corey Brown.
     
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    It's crazy that this guy would be a late-round/UDFA based on production, but some team is going to draft him in the 3rd-4th round because of his measureables. You can say the same for a quite a few guys in every draft. For all the work scouts do, some FO's just cannot help themselves when it comes to athletic potential.
     

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