Bah007's Seven Round Mock Draft

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  1. bah007

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    Hey gang, I've been working on this for a long while. Typically I usually put out two or three mocks during the off season. But this year I put all my effort into this one mock. It's a full seven rounds including the compensatory picks. I spend way too much time watching college football, re-watching college football, and researching prospects. This is sort of the culmination of all of that. I hope y'all enjoy it.

    I'm putting it in a team by team format, but if anybody cares enough I can also post it in its original format by selection. I thought this would be easier on the eyes and I didn't want to post both unless enough people were interested.
     
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    BUFFALO
    1st - Cameron Newton – QB, Auburn
    2nd - Adrian Clayborn – DE, Iowa
    3rd - Luke Stocker – TE, Tennessee
    4th - Sione Fua – NT, Stanford
    4th - Mark Herzlich – ILB, Boston College
    5th - Thomas Keiser – OLB, Stanford
    6th - Cory Brandon – OT, Oklahoma
    7th - Richard Sherman – CB, Stanford
    7th (c) - Chris Marve – ILB, Vanderbilt

    MIAMI
    1st - Mark Ingram – HB, Alabama
    3rd - D.J. Williams – TE, Arkansas
    4th - Terrance Toliver – WR, LSU
    5th - Steven Friday – OLB, Virginia Tech
    6th - Brian Lainhart – FS, Kent St
    7th - Nathan Enderle – QB, Idaho
    7th - Cortez Allen – CB, Citadel
    7th (c) - Davonte Shannon – SS, Buffalo

    NEW ENGLAND
    1st - J.J. Watt – DE, Wisconsin
    1st - Nate Solder – OT, Colorado
    2nd - Brooks Reed – OLB, Arizona
    2nd - Ryan Williams – HB, Virginia Tech
    3rd - James Carpenter – OG, Alabama
    3rd - Austin Pettis – WR, Boise St
    4th - Steve Schilling – OG, Michigan
    5th - Chimdi Chekwa – CB, Ohio St
    6th - Alex Wujciak – ILB, Maryland

    NEW YORK JETS
    1st - Muhammad Wilkerson – DE, Temple
    3rd - Marcus Gilbert – OT, Florida
    4th - Cliff Matthews – OLB, South Carolina
    5th - Chris Neild – NT, West Virginia
    6th - Jerrard Terrant – SS, Georgia Tech
    7th - Will Hill – FS, Florida


    AFC North

    BALTIMORE
    1st - Mike Pouncey – OG, Florida
    2nd - Jerrel Jernigan – WR, Troy
    3rd - Johnny Patrick – CB, Louisville
    4th - Lawrence Guy – DE, Arizona St
    5th (c) - Virgil Green – TE, Nevada
    5th (c) - Mike Mohamed – ILB, California
    6th - Noel Devine – HB, West Virginia
    7th - Anthony Gray – NT, Southern Miss
    7th - Cheta Ozougwu – OLB, Rice

    CINCINNATI
    1st - A.J. Green – WR, Georgia
    2nd - Ryan Mallett – QB, Arkansas
    3rd - Christian Ballard – DT, Iowa
    4th - Kendall Hunter – HB, Oklahoma St
    5th - Ahmad Black – FS, Florida
    6th - Bruce Miller – DE, Central Florida
    7th - Nate Williams – SS, Washington
    7th (c) - Jonas Mouton – OLB, Michigan

    CLEVELAND
    1st - Da'Quan Bowers – DE, Clemson
    2nd - Quinton Carter – FS, Oklahoma
    3rd - Quan Sturdivant – ILB, North Carolina
    4th - Drake Nevis – DT, LSU
    5th - Vincent Brown – WR, San Diego St
    6th - Buster Skrine – CB, Tennessee-Chattanooga
    6th - Ross Homan – OLB, Ohio St
    7th (c) - Ugo Chinasa – DE, Oklahoma St

    PITTSBURGH
    1st - Aaron Williams – CB, Texas
    2nd - Joseph Barksdale – OT, LSU
    3rd - Nate Irving – ILB, North Carolina St
    4th - Terrell McClain – NT, South Florida
    5th - Nick Claytor – OT, Georgia Tech
    6th - Chas Henry – P, Florida
    7th - Dane Sanzenbacher – WR, Ohio St
     
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    HOUSTON
    1st - Ryan Kerrigan – OLB, Purdue
    2nd - Rahim Moore – FS, UCLA
    3rd - Kenrick Ellis – NT, Hampton
    4th - Demarcus Van Dyke – CB, Miami
    5th - Cedric Thornton – DE, Southern Arkansas
    6th - Jeremy Beal – OLB, Oklahoma
    7th - Ryan Donahue – P, Iowa
    7th (c) - Tori Gurley – WR, South Carolina

    INDIANAPOLIS
    1st - Anthony Costanzo – OT, Boston College
    2nd - Benjamin Ijalana – OG, Villanova
    3rd - Robert Sands – SS, West Virginia
    4th - Chris Hairston – OT, Clemson
    5th - Daniel Thomas – HB, Kansas St
    6th - Denarius Moore – WR, Tennessee
    7th - Jerrod Johnson – QB, Texas A&M

    JACKSONVILLE
    1st - Aldon Smith – DE, Missouri
    2nd - Davon House – CB, New Mexico St
    3rd - Kelvin Sheppard – ILB, LSU
    4th - Jeron Johnson – SS, Boise St
    4th - Eugene Clifford – FS, Tennessee St
    5th - Jeremy Kerley – WR, TCU
    6th - Tyrod Taylor – QB, Virginia Tech

    TENNESSEE
    1st - Robert Quinn – DE, North Carolina
    2nd - Brandon Harris – CB, Miami
    3rd - Ricky Stanzi – QB, Iowa
    4th - Jurrell Casey – DT, USC
    4th (c) - Mario Harvey – ILB, Marshall
    5th - Lawrence Wilson – OLB, Connecticut
    6th - Shiloh Keo – SS, Idaho
    7th - Ryan Bartholomew – C, Syracuse
    7th (c) - Darvin Adams – WR, Auburn


    AFC West

    DENVER
    1st - Nick Fairley – DT, Auburn
    2nd - Bruce Carter – OLB, North Carolina
    2nd - DeAndre McDaniel – SS, Clemson
    3rd - Lance Kendricks – TE, Wisconsin
    6th - Taiwan Jones – HB, Eastern Washington
    7th - Carl Johnson – OT, Florida
    7th (c) - Markus White – DE, Florida St

    KANSAS CITY
    1st - Phil Taylor – NT, Baylor
    2nd - Randall Cobb – WR, Kentucky
    3rd - Jordan Todman – HB, Connecticut
    4th - Lee Ziemba – OT, Auburn
    5th - Jake Kirkpatrick – C, TCU
    5th - Casey Matthews – ILB, Oregon
    6th (c) - Pat Devlin – QB, Delaware
    7th - Kenny Rowe – OLB, Oregon

    OAKLAND
    2nd - Leonard Hankerson – WR, Miami
    3rd - James Brewer – OT, Indiana
    4th - Rashad Carmichael – CB, Virginia Tech
    5th - Brandon Fusco – C, Slippery Rock
    6th - George Bryan – TE, North Carolina St
    7th - Stevan Ridley – HB, LSU
    7th (c) - Keith Williams – OG, Nebraska

    SAN DIEGO
    1st - Cameron Jordan – DE, California
    2nd - Martez Wilson – ILB, Illinois
    2nd - Curtis Brown – CB, Texas
    3rd - Edmund Gates – WR, Abiliene Christian
    3rd - Jason Pinkston – OT, Pittsburgh
    6th - Justin Trattou – OLB, Florida
    6th (c) - Chris Rucker – FS, Michigan St
    7th (c) - Chris White – ILB, Mississippi St
     
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    DALLAS
    1st - Tyron Smith – OT, USC
    2nd - Allen Bailey – DE, Miami
    3rd - Brandon Burton – CB, Utah
    4th - Jaiquawn Jarrett – FS, Temple
    5th - Pernell McPhee – DE, Mississippi St
    6th - Da'Norris Searcy – SS, North Carolina
    7th - Curt Porter – OT, Jacksonville St
    7th (c) - Courtney Smith – WR, South Alabama

    NEW YORK GIANTS
    1st - Akeem Ayers – OLB, UCLA
    2nd - Danny Watkins – OG, Baylor
    3rd - DeMarco Murray – HB, Oklahoma
    4th - Kristofer O'Dowd – C, USC
    6th - DeAndre Brown – WR, Southern Miss
    6th (c) - David Arkin – OT, Missouri St
    6th (c) - Dejon Gomes – FS, Nebraska
    7th - Trevor Hankins – P, Arizona St

    PHILADELPHIA
    1st - Jimmy Smith – CB, Colorado
    2nd - Mason Foster – OLB, Washington
    3rd - Will Rackley – OG, Lehigh
    4th - Demarcus Love – OT, Arkansas
    4th - Pierre Allen – DE, Nebraska
    5th - Joe Lefeged – SS, Rutgers
    5th - Akeem Dent – ILB, Georgia
    7th (c) - Dion Lewis – HB, Pittsburgh
    7th (c) - Chykie Brown – CB, Texas

    WASHINGTON
    1st - Blaine Gabbert – QB, Missouri
    2nd - Torrey Smith – WR, Maryland
    5th - Ian Williams – NT, Notre Dame
    5th - Delone Carter – HB, Syracuse
    6th - J.T. Thomas – OLB, West Virginia
    7th - Stanley Havili – FB, USC
    7th (c) - Antwine Perez – FS, Maryland


    NFC North

    CHICAGO
    1st - Corey Liuget – DT, Illinois
    2nd - Tyler Sash – SS, Iowa
    3rd - Rodney Hudson – OG, Florida St
    4th - Dwayne Harris – WR, East Carolina
    5th - Jah Reid – OT, Central Florida
    6th - Tim Barnes – C, Missouri

    DETROIT
    1st - Prince Amukamara – CB, Nebraska
    2nd - Stefen Wisniewski – C, Penn St
    3rd - Jabaal Sheard – DE, Pittsburgh
    4th - Colin McCarthy – OLB, Miami
    5th - Jamie Harper – HB, Clemson
    6th - Darius Morris – OT, Temple

    GREEN BAY
    1st - Mikel Leshoure – HB, Illinois
    2nd - Dontay Moch – OLB, Nevada
    3rd - Curtis Marsh – CB, Utah St
    4th - Derek Newton – OT, Arkansas St
    4th (c) - Ronald Johnson – WR, USC
    5th - Zach Hurd – OG, Connecticut
    6th - Zane Parr – DE, Virginia
    7th - Kai Forbath – K, UCLA
    7th - Jordan Cameron – TE, USC

    MINNESOTA
    1st - Stephen Paea – DT, Oregon St
    2nd - Jake Locker – QB, Washington
    4th - Tandon Doss – WR, Indiana
    5th - Rob Housler – TE, Florida Atlantic
    5th - Shareece Wright – CB, USC
    6th - Eric Hagg – FS, Nebraska
    6th (c) - Doug Hogue – OLB, Syracuse
    7th - Alex Henery – K, Nebraska
    7th (c) - Jarriel King – OT, South Carolina
     
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    ATLANTA
    1st - Kyle Rudolph – TE, Notre Dame
    2nd - Jonathan Baldwin – WR, Pittsburgh
    3rd - Orlando Franklin – OT, Miami
    4th - John Moffitt – OG, Wisconsin
    5th - Jaquizz Rodgers – HB, Oregon St
    6th - Ryan Winterswyk – DE, Boise St
    7th - Mario Butler – CB, Georgia Tech
    7th - Craig Stevens – OLB, Auburn
    7th - Jermale Hines – SS, Ohio St

    CAROLINA
    1st - Marcell Dareus – DT, Alabama
    3rd - Titus Young – WR, Boise St
    3rd (c) - Greg Romeus – DE, Pittsburgh
    4th - Marcus Gilchrist – CB, Clemson
    5th - Greg McElroy – QB, Alabama
    6th - Andrew Jackson – OG, Fresno St
    6th (c) - Weslye Saunders – TE, South Carolina
    7th (c) - Michael Morgan – OLB, USC

    NEW ORLEANS
    1st - Gabe Carimi – OT, Wisconsin
    2nd - Sam Acho – DE, Texas
    3rd - K.J. Wright – OLB, Mississippi St
    3rd - Greg Little – WR, North Carolina
    7th - Darren Evans – HB, Virginia Tech
    7th (c) - Duke Ihenacho – SS, San Jose St

    TAMPA BAY
    1st - Justin Houston – DE, Georgia
    2nd - Marcus Cannon – OG, TCU
    3rd - Shane Vereen – HB, California
    4th - Greg Jones – ILB, Michigan St
    5th - Chris Conte – FS, California
    6th - Adrian Moten – OLB, Maryland
    7th - Michael Goggans – DE, Auburn
    7th (c) - Alex Linnenkohl – C, Oregon St


    NFC West

    ARIZONA
    1st - Patrick Peterson – CB, LSU
    2nd - Derek Sherrod – OT, Mississippi St
    3rd - Andy Dalton – QB, TCU
    4th - Chris Carter – OLB, Fresno St
    5th - Chris Culliver – FS, South Carolina
    6th - Derek Hall – OT, Stanford
    6th - Roy Helu – HB, Nebraska
    7th (c) - Greg Salas – WR, Hawaii

    SAN FRANCISCO
    1st - Von Miller – OLB, Texas A&M
    2nd - Colin Kaepernick – QB, Nevada
    3rd - Ras-I Dowling – CB, Virginia
    4th - Jarvis Jenkins – DE, Clemson
    4th - Jerrell Powe – NT, Mississippi
    5th - Niles Paul – WR, Nebraska
    6th - Brandon Hogan – CB, West Virginia
    6th - Chris Prosinski – FS, Wyoming
    7th - Owen Marecic – FB, Stanford
    7th - Willie Smith – OT, ECU
    7th (c) - Andre Smith – TE, Virginia Tech
    7th (c) - Evan Royster – HB, Penn St

    SEATTLE
    1st - Cameron Heyward – DT, Ohio St
    2nd - Christian Ponder – QB, Florida St
    4th - Clint Boling – OT, Georgia
    5th - Ricky Elmore – DE, Arizona
    5th - Stephen Burton – WR, West Texas A&M
    6th - Jalil Brown – CB, Colorado
    7th - Tejay Johnson – SS, TCU
    7th - Da'Rel Scott – HB, Maryland
    7th (c) - Henry Hynoski – FB, Pittsburgh

    ST LOUIS
    1st - Julio Jones – WR, Alabama
    2nd - Marvin Austin – DT, North Carolina
    3rd - Deunta Williams – FS, North Carolina
    4th - Derrick Locke – HB, Kentucky
    5th - Kendric Burney – CB, North Carolina
    6th - Brian Rolle – OLB, Ohio St
    7th - Andrew Rich – SS, BYU
     
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    Nice mock, but you left off Detroit's 7th. Better re-do your last 40 picks... :P


    http://www.prideofdetroit.com/2011/3/31/2083411/lions-get-back-2011-nfl-draft-7th-round-pick-lose-2012-pick-instead
     
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    WOW! Nice job.
     


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    Just change their 6th to a 7th. It's all good :D
     
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    I think in general your round values for players will be more accurate than the group mock that we have done.

    FWIW as a Huskers fan I think you have Helu Jr and Henry too late and Gomes too soon.

    It is also nice to see so many Huskers getting drafted this year.
     
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    That was a heck of an undertaking. Just mocking the Texans picks takes quite awhile.

    That was an impressive draft for the 49ers.
     
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    The more I think about it, the more I think you might be right with Houston taking Kerrigan in the first round.
     
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    Yep. New England has a nice haul in this draft too. Buffalo as well, save Newton
     
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    Good job, but i'll monumentally pissed if the texans take Ryan Kerrigan with their 1st. That is the absolute worst possible scenario in my eyes.
     
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    that's what makes it realistic, don't you think :gun:
     
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    What is it that you dislike about him?
     
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    For what he'll be projected as in our scheme, i don't think he's fast or athletic enough to be an olb in a 3-4....most of the damage he did at purdue came with his hand in the dirt, which isn't a good look for a LB ....& in general i just think he's too sack happy.........meaning either he'll only be an option on 3rd & longs or he'll be so hot & heavy to get to the qb, he'll be 1 of those guys that tackles will take him wherever he wants to go.........which most of the time will leave gaping holes for the rb to run through b/c he runs around guys & chases too much. He just doesn't look like a natural pass rusher to me for some reason. Obviously, i hope i'm wrong if we do wind up selecting him.

    That's not even counting the fact that i feel we already have a guy in his mold (who's faster & more athletic imo) in conner barwin.
     
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    He's not as athletic. He dosent move as well in space and doesnt have the burst off the line like Aldon Smith. -------but he is a powerfull high effort player. He'll be fine against the run and as a pass rusher. If they want that backer spot to drop into coverage on a regular basis he's probably not the best fit.

    He's a safe player to draft because what you see is what you get and he will make the effort to get better. He's also a high character guy which is another reason i think he'll be our pick when amukamara is off the board.
     
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    I don't really watch any tape of these guys, but I found it interesting that Kerrigan actually out-performed Smith at the Combine. I know that doesn't always translate to games, but he was faster and stronger then him.
     
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    Awesome job man. Props. Jags would be pissed if you took Kerrigan @ 11.
     

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