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  • Updated Mock Draft with current order

    This is the current mock draft order as of post Week 12 in the NFL. I even shuffled the 2nd round according the rules. If you have any questions then please ask. I love debates and discussing picks/strategy as you know. Note to Walter: don't feel like sending in this mock to you because the draft order is really weird (4 ties in round 1 as of now). Also, it doesn't look that much different from my last mock.

    1. MIA: Glenn Dorsey DT LSU
    2. STL: Jake Long T Michigan
    3. NYJ: Chris Long DE Virginia
    4. NE (f/SF): Darren McFadden
    5. ATL: Matt Ryan QB Boston College
    6. OAK: Sedrick Ellis DT USC
    7. CIN: James Laurinaitis
    8. KC: Ryan Clady T Boise State
    9. BAL: Andre' Woodson QB Kentucky
    10. CAR: Kenny Phillips S Miami FL
    11. ARZ: Malcolm Jenkins CB Ohio State
    12. NO: Reggie Smith CB Oklahoma
    13. BUF: Malcolm Kelly WR Oklahoma
    14. HOU: Jonathan Stewart RB Oregon
    15. DET: Rey Maualuga RB Oregon
    16. MIN: Brian Brohm QB Louisville
    17. CHI: Felix Jones RB Arkansas
    18. WAS: Calais Campbell DE Miami
    19. PHI: DeSean Jackson WR Cal
    20. TEN: Adarius Bowman WR Oklahoma State
    21. SD: Dan Connor ILB Penn State
    22. DEN: Sam Baker T USC
    23. SEA: James Hardy WR Indiana
    24. DAL (f/CLE): Aqib Talib CB Kansas
    25. TB: Erik Ainge QB Tennessee
    26. NYG: Rashard Mendenhall RB Illinois
    27. PIT: Mike Jenkins CB South Florida
    28. JAX: Early Doucet WR LSU
    29. SF (f/IND): Derrick Harvey DE/OLB
    30. GB: Gosder Cherilus T Boston College
    31. DAL: Duke Robinson G Oklahoma

    32. MIA: Keith Rivers OLB USC
    33. NYJ: Phillip Loadholt T Oklahoma
    34. STL: Ali Highsmith OLB LSU
    35. ATL: Jeff Otah T Pittsburgh
    36. OAK: Limas Sweed WR Texas
    37. SF: Mario Manningham WR Michigan
    38. BAL: Antoine Cason CB Arizona
    39. KC: DJ Hall WR Alabama
    40. CAR: J.D. Booty QB USC
    41. CIN: Ezra Butler OLB Nevada
    42. NO: Dre Moore DT Maryland
    43. BUF: DeJuan Tribble CB Boston College
    44. ATL (f/HOU): Frank Okam DT Texas
    45. MIN: Earl Bennett WR Vanderbilt
    46. DET: Chris Williams T Vanderbilt
    47. CHI: Barry Richardson T Clemson
    48. PHI: Xavier Adibi OLB Virginia Tech
    49. WAS: Josh Barrett S Arizona State
    50. ARZ: Jonathan Goff ILB Vanderbilt
    51. MIA (f/SD): Tracy Porter CB Indiana
    52. DEN: Phillip Wheeler OLB Georgia Tech
    53. TEN: Harry Douglas WR Louisville
    54. CLE: Mike Hart RB Michigan
    55. TB: Leodis McKelvin CB Troy
    56. NYG: Tony Hills T Texas
    57. SEA: Fred Davis TE USC
    58. JAX: Craig Steltz SS LSU
    59. PIT: Eric Young G Tennessee
    60. IND: DeMario Pressley DT NC State
    61. GB: Lawrence Jackson DE USC
    62. DAL: Steve Johnson WR Kentucky
    63. NE: J Leman ILB Illinois
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  • #2
    Ray Rice drops to round 3 or later? I've got him in one of my FF leagues, so I've been watching him closely this season. I know I'm biased, but he seems to have done everything (and more) needed to improve his draft position. His play has improved from last season, he's shown he can be an effective receiver, and he's really carried the team when opposing defenses are keying on him and him alone. Averaging 146 yds/game. 17 TDs this season. 23 receptions for 224 yds. Only one game all season where he had less than 100 total yards. The team plays a weak schedule, but Rice has done well in the tougher games against Maryland (134 total yds), S.FL (181 total yds), WVA (142 yds), CT (147 yds). Three knocks against him are (1) he's short (5'9"), (2) he's a junior, and (3) Rutgers doesn't get TV coverage. But won't NFL scouts see past that? What's not to like? I know I'm biased, but what am I missing that knocks his draft stock down so much?

    Seems like several teams might need a solid RB in round 2 (Chi, AZ, Cle, Sea, GB).
    Last edited by Lab; 11-29-2007, 09:18 AM.

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    • #3
      I don't think the Giants are taking a running back in the first round, especially the fourth one taken. They will take defense unless they have a WR rated high enough. I think it's best defensive player available besides DE and MLB.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Lab View Post
        Ray Rice drops to round 3 or later? I've got him in one of my FF leagues, so I've been watching him closely this season. I know I'm biased, but he seems to have done everything (and more) needed to improve his draft position. His play has improved from last season, he's shown he can be an effective receiver, and he's really carried the team when opposing defenses are keying on him and him alone. Averaging 146 yds/game. 17 TDs this season. 23 receptions for 224 yds. Only one game all season where he had less than 100 total yards. The team plays a weak schedule, but Rice has done well in the tougher games against Maryland (134 total yds), S.FL (181 total yds), WVA (142 yds), CT (147 yds). Three knocks against him are (1) he's short (5'9"), (2) he's a junior, and (3) Rutgers doesn't get TV coverage. But won't NFL scouts see past that? What's not to like? I know I'm biased, but what am I missing that knocks his draft stock down so much?

        Seems like several teams might need a solid RB in round 2 (Chi, AZ, Cle, Sea, GB).
        I don't think Rice will committ to this draft with Stewart and Jones (because Houston Nutt left and Casey Dick is still his QB) probably gone. Why come out when there is a very good chance that you won't be a first round pick?
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        • #5
          Nice mock... You think Felix Jones comes out? That would be interesting.

          No Vernon Gholston?
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          • #6
            I think felix comes out.
            Nice call on the pack picking cherilus. I know he plays for former pack o-coord. jagodzinski, but how athletic is he(same question i asked walter about otah)? as aforementioned, I'm sure playing for jags at BC would whip him into shape.
            I like the pack taking DE in rd. 2. thompson and mccarthy are nutsoid about d-linemen. chris ellis might be a better fit. USC, Miami, FSU, other big-time school players sometimes have trouble adjusting to Green Bay. I mean their schools are usually bigger than the entire city of GB. THis is just something I've noticed.
            Last edited by starqb14; 11-29-2007, 12:26 PM.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Walter View Post
              Nice mock... You think Felix Jones comes out? That would be interesting.

              No Vernon Gholston?
              I do think Felix comes out because:

              1) Nutt is gone
              2) Casey Dick...nuff said
              3) Their best WR is gone
              4) Hillis, McFadden is gone and Jones stock won't be higher
              5) guaranteed himself a spot in the first round and pretty much a lock to be the #2 or #3 RB chosen in this draft.

              I think Gholston (and maybe Derrick Harvey as well) might stay behind to try to win a national championship (if they don't this year, or even very well back to back) like Jake Long did last year for Michigan. If Long came out last year he probably would have been battling Levi Brown to be the 2nd tackle chosen, and Arizona would have very much considered Long but I'm not sure he was as good of a prospect last year as Levi Brown was. Long made the smart decision and came back to school, now consensus #1 OT and could very well end up being the #1 overall pick. I think a lot of the time it is very smart for underclassmen to declare, but not when your draft status is in a bit of doubt as was Long's in 2007.

              I think Gholston is one hell of a talent, and imo he is the #2 DE on the board for me (behind Chris Long, ahead of Calais Campbell who had a disappointing season).

              There are a few teams in this draft that would be the most likely to take Gholston: NYJ, NE, OAK, ARZ, and WAS. There are other teams that might have a bit of a need at DE but they need to address other positions.

              Even still, I don't think Gholston should gamble and come out this year and risk falling in the draft. Go back to school like Dorsey did and solidify your draft status as a top 10 lock for next season. I think he is a great physical specimen, but he is still a little raw and isn't a distingushed pass rusher.
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              • #8
                how do you think felix compares to allen patrick? watching the two I see a lot of similarities. build, speed, lean, vertical and n/s running. obviously felix was in a pass system but patrick was oklahoma. what else though?

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by starqb14 View Post
                  how do you think felix compares to allen patrick? watching the two I see a lot of similarities. build, speed, lean, vertical and n/s running. obviously felix was in a pass system but patrick was oklahoma. what else though?
                  Felix wasn't in a "pass system" at all. Neither one was in a gimmick offense.

                  Patrick, while he had a great game last week, hasn't been able to prove that he can carry the load for an NFL franchise and it will really hurt his draft stock. He has a somewhat small frame. I love his speed. I love his vision.

                  Patrick is a boom or bust player. He could be Julius Jones. He could be Willie Parker. I just have no clue with this guy and I wouldn't draft him until the 3rd round. Will be best fit as a change of pace back, good receiver so a good 3rd down back as well.

                  Felix Jones is a physically gifted player but even he has issues. One is, and this is being a little nitpicky but I question his ability to run b/w the tackles aka Reggie Bush Syndrome (great on catching, running outside but lacks confidence inside).

                  He is a pure runner though. He has instincts. He has great speed and good power. Worth a mid-late first round pick in my opinion. He isn't as bad as Bush between the tackles, but he isn't great. It's why I have Stewart as the #2 back. He is a safer pick and arguably an even more impressive athlete than Darren McFadden.
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                  • #10
                    by "pass system" what I meant was he actually had an opportunity to catch the ball, whereas OK backs never do...sorry for the confusion.

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                    • #11
                      I think Stewart is an animal.
                      Jones, like Patrick, looks a bit thin for his frame. because he is younger, might he bulk up with a couple years of pro training, thus giving him more confidence between the tackles?

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