The Mock Draft Thread

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  1. mexican_texan

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    Rather than having posters make a new thread for updated mock drafts, how about one thread?

    I'll start.


    1. Levi Brown OT
    2. Brandon Meriwether DB
    3. Drew Stanton QB
    3b. Steve Smith WR
    4. Daymeion Hughes DB
    5. Andy Alleman OG
    6. Josh Wilson DB
    7. Garrett Wolfe RB
     
  2. kastofsna

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    far less confusing to make individual threads. easier discussion.
     
  3. Navy_Chris

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    i'm trying to figure out who the Texans tried to trade for Joey Porter. Would you happen to know?
     
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    I looked up his articles and found nothing about the Texans.
     
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    we have a 2nd 3rd rd pick?
     
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    This is driving me crazy! Michael Smith reported it on ESPN just a few days ago. AHHHHH!!!!!!
     
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    I'm assuming that's what we get for Carr.
     
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    1. LaRon Landry FS
    2. Tony Ugoh/ Marshal Yanda/ Justin Blalock OL
    3. Drew Stanton QB (DT if stanton is not there)
    4. Tra. Bain CB
    5. David Ball WR
    6. Josh Wilson DB
    7. Jared Zabranzy QB(if we dont get stanton), K/P (if we get stanton)
     


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    1. LaRon Landry, FS, LSU (unless we sign Hamlin, which in that case trade down & draft Darrelle Revis)
    2. Robert Meachem, WR, Tennessee
    3. Ryan Harris, OT, Notre Dame
    4. Travarous Bain, CB, Syracuse
    5. David Ball, WR, New Hampshire
    6. IDK, I guess BPA
    7. Garrett Wolfe, RB, Northern Illinois
     
  10. Navy_Chris

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    Trade DC and #8 to Cleveland for their #3. Trade #3 to team that is looking to move up for a slew of 2nd and 3rd rounders. Use them to draft Blalock, Harris, Kolb, Bishop, Coe, Staley....not in that order, of course. We've gotta get some young depth on our o-line. that is a MUST!!!
     
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    The only team I know of with more than 2 picks in rounds 2 & 3 are the NY Jets. They have 3. It's a good idea, but IMO we NEED Landry.
     
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    NE has 2 1st Rounders, #24 and #28. Maybe trade our #8 for those two picks straight up. More draft picks seem to be the objective this year. According to the draft value chart, #8=1,400. #24=740 and #28=660. Perfect.

    #24 Robert Meachem WR Tenn
    #28 Brandon Meriwether DB Miami
    #39 Ryan Kalil C USC
    #73 Kevin Kolb QB Houston
    #103 Tenard Jackson CB Syracuse
    #134 Quincy Black OLB New Mexico

    The rest are BPA.

    If no trade with NE then.....
    #8 Jamaal Anderson/Alan Branch/Levi Brown/LaRon Landry....depending on FA and Spencer's health.
     
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    It was never disclosed so you can stop asking now.
     
  14. slamdunc

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    4. Daymeion Hughes DB

    Man...I don't think there is any chance he is there in 4th round. I know his combine was poor, but consider production on the field. He played great against USC...slowed up Jarrett (5 rec, 66 yards). By contrast, Jarrett lit up Leon Hall, who had all the measurables at the combine.

    Would LOVE to get Hughes in round 4. He may go in second round IMO
     
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    hughes matched up against steve smith in the USC game, and smith owned him numerous times.
     
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    I've never done a mock before, but I'll give it a shot.

    1st round---------------------

    S LaRon Landry 6' 0 1/2" 213 4.35 LSU
    or
    CB Leon Hall 5' 11 1/4" 193 4.39 Michigan

    2nd round ---------------------------

    OC Ryan Kalil 6' 2 3/4" 299 4.96 USC
    or
    CB Chris Houston 5' 9 7/8" 185 4.32 California
    (if Hall is the pick in the 1st, Brandon Merriweather would be my 1st choice and Kalil would be my 2nd choice here)

    3rd round ---------------------------

    if we couldn't get Landry or Merriweather in the 1st or 2nd, I would have to go with one of these three safeties:
    S Sabby Piscitelli 6' 2 3/4" 224 4.47 Oregon St
    S John Wendling 6' 1 1/4" 222 4.49 Wyoming
    S Eric Weddle 5' 11 1/4" 203 4.49 Utah
    if we do get Landry or Merriweather, I would go with one of these:

    DE Brian Robison 6’ 3 1/8” 259 4.67 Texas
    or
    QB Kevin Kolb 6' 3 1/8" 218 4.85 Houston

    4th round ---------------------------

    BPA
    possibly
    OT Doug Free 6’ 6 ¼” 324 5.19 Northern Illinois
    or
    LB Zac DeOssie 6' 4 5/8" 250 4.58 Brown (could even fill in as a long snapper or an emergency QB)


    5th round ---------------------------

    BPA
    possibly
    P Daniel Sepulveda 6' 2 7/8" 229 4.8 Baylor
    OC Doug Datish 6' 4 1/8" 302 5.13 Ohio St

    6th round ---------------------------

    if he is still here I would grab this guy without a doubt:
    WR David Ball 6' 0 7/8" 196 4.5 New Hampshire
    otherwise,
    CB Anthony Arline 6’ 1 ¾” 199 4.43 Baylor
    or
    RB Steve Baylark 6' 0" 225 4.5 U Mass

    7th round ---------------------------
    this is definately a BPA...
    maybe...
    DE CJ Ah You 6’ 3 ¾” 274 4.70 Oklahoma
    QB Jared Zabransky 6’ 2” - 219 Boise State
    QB Jeff Smith 6' 6" 246 - Georgetown College (Kentucky)
     
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    I would draft Houston ahead of Hall.
     
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    Hall was considered the best CB all year long...Houston is good and his 40 time has really elevated him, but Hall has been and still is better IMHO.
     
  19. Ole Miss Texan

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    Leon Hall should be a really good cb imo...he backed it up with his 4.39 i believe?

    Chris Houston is awesome too...he's really fast.

    Personally I'd give Hall the benefit of the doubt because he's been on the radar the entire year, one knock was that he looked kinda slow...he got beat deep but his 40 time erases that for me. Houston is soo strong and very fast...I'd take either...I do think houston faced tougher competition and did VERY well though.

    forget what i said....they are both awesome and so is revis. houston and hall are tied for 1 in my book with revis being very slightly behind them.
     
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    Did not know that...thought it was flipped that Hughes covered Jarrett. Smith had 6 catches, 88 and a touch. Thanks for info.
     

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