Ourlads Top 33 for 2014 Includes Juniors

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  1. Playoffs

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    Ourlads Top 33 for 2014 Includes Juniors

    1. Jake Matthews LOT Texas A&M 6050 310 4.95
    2. Anthony Barr OLB UCLA 6040 245 4.48
    3. Teddy Bridgewater* QB Louisville 6030 196 4.65
    4. Taylor Lewan LOT Michigan 6070 315 5.25
    5. Stephon Tuitt* DE Notre Dame 6050 303 4.95
    6. Cyrus Kouandjio* LOT Alabama 6050 310 5.10
    7. Jadeveon Clowney* DE South Carolina 6064 275 4.55
    8. Mike Evans* WR Texas A&M 6050 225 4.55
    9. Louis Nix III* DT Notre Dame 6020 326 5.30
    10. Sammy Watkins* WR/RS Clemson 6010 205 4.45
    11. Marqise Lee* WR/RS USC 6000 195 4.45
    12. CJ Mosley OLB Alabama 6020 232 4.65
    13. Justin Gilbert DC Oklahoma State 6000 200 4.49
    14. Darqueze Dennard CB Michigan State 5110 200 4.50
    15. Ifo Ekpre-Olomu* DC Oregon 5100 190 4.50
    16. Cameron Erving* OT Florida State 6050 310 5.30
    17. Antonio Richardson* OT Tennessee 6060 335 5.16
    18. Khalil Mack OLB Buffalo 6030 245 4.65
    19. Trent Murphy DE/OB Stanford 6050 261 4.86
    20. Tajh Boyd QB Clemson 6010 225 4.70
    21. Ryan Shazier* OLB Ohio State 6020 226 4.55
    22. Ha-Ha Clinton-Dix* FS Alabama 6010 210 4.55
    23. Jason Verrett DC TCU 5100 178 4.50
    24. Jace Amaro* TE Texas Tech 6050 260 4.65
    25. Kyle Van Noy OLB Brigham Young 6030 235 4.68
    26. Vic Beasley* OLB Clemson 6030 225 4.65
    27. James Hurst OT North Carolina 6060 310 5.30
    28. Zack Martin OG Notre Dame 6040 305 5.15
    29. Cyril Richardson OG Baylor 6045 335 5.35
    30. Lamarcus Joyner CB/SS Florida State 5080 195 4.49
    31. Chris Smith DE/OB Arkansas 6036 270 4.75
    32. Eric Ebron* TE North Carolina 6040 245 4.65
    33. Dominique Easley DT Florida 6020 285 4.90
     
  2. Honoring Earl 34

    Honoring Earl 34 Hey Koolaid

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    You stole that ... LOL . :shades:
     
  3. Texian

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    I know it's still very early and I expect this list will change drastically but this is one of Our Lads more disappointing list. Bortles and Manziel are definite 1st rounders and Greg Robinson may be the best LT in this draft.
     
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    Manziel not going in the first round would be good for us, though; would make it easier to go with Clowney and pick JFF later.
     
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    Honoring Earl 34 Hey Koolaid

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    A couple of months ago Johnny Football was #1 . Now he's not on the list .
     
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    Stole? Are you Dan? [​IMG]

    Yeah, I've never posted a thread about Dan's scouting: Ourlads 2013 Draft Thread :pop:, which is interesting to go back and look at now. Sheldon Richardson @ #3 is top rookie so far, they were highest on Cordarrelle & Keenan Allen. Whiffed on Warford.

    I'm still in the trade down camp. I hope we can find two teams.
     
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    Honoring Earl 34 Hey Koolaid

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    Actually yes .... I am a Dan .
     
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    Well then, Mr. Shonka, I suggest you stick with your very good player evals and cease doing mock drafts because the mock guesses make you look bad... leave those to Kiper et al. :kitten:
     


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    Honoring Earl 34 Hey Koolaid

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    Um ... A Dan .
     
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    I would be blown away if that happened
     
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    Note this isn't a mock draft -- different animal.
     
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    I get that, I was just commenting in general.
     
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    Honoring Earl 34 Hey Koolaid

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    Top 32 Plus Update 2/3/14

    http://www.ourlads.com/top-32-college-senior-prospects/nfl-draft/2014/2356481

     
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    Still have Boyd at @39.... mustn't have gotten the memo about him going undrafted.
     
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    Good sh...stuff Texian. I keep telling people you know your stuff. You were 2 months ahead of OUR LADS on this one. Good show.
     
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    i trust ourlads more than any draft scouting site/personality on the net/tv. i was waiting for their reports on this years combine to see bortles at the bottom of the mr. average pile....
     
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    Just noticed they have Mosley at OLB. Is that a typo?
     
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    I've seen some places list him as a WLB because of his athleticism. I just think it adds to his versatility. I'd use him in the middle unless I already had a guy entrenched there.
     
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    Even if he weighs in at 228 lbs as listed in several places? That's awfully light to play in the middle.
     
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    Really depends on which team it is. He's just a few pounds less than Kuechly is.
     

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