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  1. Texanballer

    Texanballer Rookie

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    infantrycak Mod. Staff Member

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    As long as the link is to something publicly available it is fine.

    So everyone doesn't have to scroll thru:

    1st--Rashad Mendenhall RB
    3rd--Zachary Bowman CB
    4th--Harry Douglas WR
    5th--Thomas DeCloud FS
    6th--Nelson Coleman LB
    7th--Mike Cox FB
     
  3. Ole Miss Texan

    Ole Miss Texan Hall of Fame

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    As much as I want offensive line help- we can't fill all our holes in one draft. Mendenhall and Bowman would be a solid draft. I'm not familiar with the other players.

    But our 7th round pick sounds like someone Bart Simpson called for at Moe's Tavern.
     
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    Baller, who is this guy? He has Sweed at 13, he has Choice at 20, he has Demps at 35.

    Plus he does not have a clue as to the teams needs, lets take a 170 lb WR in the 4th. There are 8 player that make more sense than a WR that will never see the field, Johnson, Walters, Davis, Jones. WR is not as big a need as DB or LB, Moffit South Florida or Butler Nevada would get to play and push for time by the end of the season.

    FB, I know it's the 7th round, but really we have Leach, Cook and Abbate, sorry we do not need another one. Plus, we could draft Killebrew UT, Finley TE from Oklahoma, or Blake from TCU. Blake scares me, but in the 7th, I can give the kid some time to get himself together, with no pressure.


    What I do like about the mock, Mendenhall is a stud.
     
  5. rmartin65

    rmartin65 I'm Score

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    Not too sure about this. Some of his stuff is off. I dont really like it.
     
  6. YoungTexanFan

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    I obviously don't agree with some of the stuff, but the fact that anyone can even sit at the computer that long enough or have detailed scouting reports for that many players is remarkable. He has players scouted that I don't even plan on making time to watch tape. This doesn't appear to just be a talking head following the crowd. I respect this a lot.
     
  7. rollinstone18

    rollinstone18 let it bleed

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    That draft kicks ass. Instead of DOuglas I'd go with a pass rushing DE though.
     
  8. kastofsna

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    came out with this too early. also i scanned it quickly and disagreed completely with some of what he said. meh.
     


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    Thorn Dirty Old Man

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    I can't see us going with a RB in the first round, unless we pick up two good OL players before hand in free agency, and I don't see that happening. I think our first round goes to either an O lineman or the best defensive back avaliable with the 18th pick. It it was me picking, it would most certainly be an O lineman.
     
  10. Lucky

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    Looks like this is from Matt Miller, who was once at NFL Draft Blitz. If anyone remembers that site.
     

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