My 7round Mock

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  1. wenskek

    wenskek Rookie

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    hey guys, this is my first ever mock so tell me what you think!

    1. Reggie Bush RB- USC
    2. Nick Mangold C- Ohio State
    3. Abdule Hodge MLB- Iowa
    3. Daryn Colledge OT- Boise State
    4. Elvis Dumervil DE- Louisville (this could be a reach)
    5. Joe Klopfenstein TE- Colorado
    6. David Pittman CB- Northwestern State
    7. Jarrad Page S- UCLA
     
  2. mexican_texan

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    picks four and six would not go lower than late third. I believe it was David Pittman that really helped his stock in the senior bowl.
    I have not heard much about Mangold, but I would be happy with this draft
     
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    Honoring Earl 34 Hey Koolaid

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    :yahoo: That would be a solid draft addressing a lot of needs . Problem is I don't know if it can happen .
     
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    Anything can happen if enough GMs listen to Charlie Casserly

    "Matt Leinart? He's a horrible linebacker! Marcus Vick is the real dea!"
     
  5. dcarey20

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    i dont think mangold is worth the 33rd pick, guys like jon scott and eric winston will probably be available.

    dumervil in the 4th would be good

    i dont see klopfenstein being there in the 5th, more like mid 3rd

    colledge in the 3rd seems about right, some team may go for him in the late 2nd
     
  6. rmartin65

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    Dumervil in the 4th would not be a reach. I would be jumping with joy if he lasted till the 3rd.
     
  7. MorKnolle

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    Dumurville is fairly small for a DE, he might be better suited as a 3-4 OLB pass rush guy.
     
  8. Coach C.

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    YTF told me about a project DE called Ray Edwards. I looked into the kid some and if we are going to go with this draft we might as well take him in the 4th. Other than that if this is the draft we end up with I will not get overly pissed, but I think we could do better.
     


  9. YoungTexanFan

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    Agreeded.

    Thanks for the credit on Edwards.

    He has Mario type size. He is something like 6-7 280. He is very raw and did not get along with his coach, which not many players from Purdue did (see the influx of underclassmen entering early) He is my #3 DE behind Mario and Kiwi. He is also my defensive sleeper.
     
  10. Cincinnatikid

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    He isnt much of a project. He is one of the higher rated DE's in the draft. He has all of the physical attributes you want. 6'7'' at least 270, runs about a 4.6. He is actually intelligent too. There are many teams that are very interested in him. Miami (the team not message board) is very interested in him as the second coming of Jason Taylor. There is almost no chance of him lasting until the 4th round. More than likely he will be going middle of the second to early 3rd.
     

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