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2016 Official Draft Thread

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  1. UCFinfan86

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    POST ONLY PICKS IN THIS THREADhttp://www.thephins.com/forums/show...Draft-Thread&p=2783074&viewfull=1#post2783074


    Draft Tracker
    Round 1
    1. Tennessee - Jalen Ramsey, DB, FSU
    2. Cleveland - Carson Wentz, QB, NDST
    3. San Diego - Laremy Tunsil, OL, Ole Miss
    4. Dallas - Myles Jack, LB, UCLA
    5. Jacksonville - Joey Bosa, DL, Ohio State
    6. Baltimore - Ezekiel Elliot, RB, Ohio State
    7. San Francisco - Jared Goff, QB, Cal
    8. Philadelphia - DeForest Buckner, DL, Oregon
    9. Tampa Bay - Vernon Hargreaves III, DB, Florida
    10. NY Giants - Ronnie Stanley, OL, Notre Dame
    11. Chicago - Mackensie Alexander, DB, Clemson
    12. New Orleans - Shaq Lawson, DL, Clemson
    13. Miami - Eli Apple, DB, Ohio State
    14. Oakland - Taylor Decker, OL, Ohio State
    15. Los Angeles - Josh Doctson, WR, TCU
    16. Detroit - Laquon Treadwell, WR, Ole Miss
    17. Atlanta - Sheldon Rankins, DL, Louisville
    18. Indianapolis - Reggie Ragland, ILB, Alabama
    19. Buffalo - Robert Nkemdiche, DL, Ole Miss
    20. NY Jets - Paxton Lynch, QB, Memphis
    21. Washington - Darron Lee, LB, Ohio State
    22. Houston - Ryan Kelly, OL, Alabama
    23. Minnesota - Andrew Billings, DL, Baylor
    24. Cincinnati - Leonard Floyd, LB, Georgia
    25. Pittsburgh - William Jackson III, DB, Houston
    26. Seattle - Jack Conklin, OL, Michigan State
    27. Green Bay - Kenny Clark, DL, UCLA
    28. Kansas City - Noah Spence, DL, Western Kentucky
    29. Arizona - Cody Whitehair, OL, Kansas State
    30. Carolina - Corey Coleman, WR, Baylor
    31. Denver - A'Shawn Robinson, DL, Alabama

    Round 2
    32. Cleveland - Michael Thomas, WR, Ohio State
    33. Tennessee - Emmanuel Ogbah, DL, Oklahoma State
    34. Dallas - Kevin Dodd, DL, Clemson
    35. San Diego - Jaylon Smith, LB, Notre Dame
    36. Baltimore - Jason Spriggs, OL, Indiana
    37. San Francisco - Jarran Reed, DL, Alabama
    38. Jacksonville - Kendall Fuller, DB, Virginia Tech
    39. Tampa Bay - Will Fuller, WR, Notre Dame
    40. NY Giants - Jonathan Bullard, DL, Florida
    41. Chicago - Le'Raven Clark, OL, Texas Tech
    42. Miami - Devontae Booker, RB, Utah
    43. Los Angeles - Vernon Butler, DL, LA Tech
    44. Oakland - Hunter Henry, TE, Arkansas
    45. Los Angeles - Nick Martin, OL, Notre Dame
    46. Detroit - Germain Ifedi, OL, Texas A&M
    47. New Orleans - Chris Jones, DL, Mississippi State
    48. Indianapolis - Kamalei Correa, LB, Boise State
    49. Buffalo - Tyler Boyd, WR, Pittsburgh
    50. Atlanta - Shilique Calhoun, EDGE, Michigan State
    51. NY Jets - Landon Turner, OL, North Carolina
    52. Houston - Carl Nassib, DL, Penn State
    53. Washington - Artie Burns, CB, Miami (FL)
    54. Minnesota - Vonn Bell, DB, Ohio State
    55. Cincinnati - Braxton Miller, WR, Ohio State
    56. Seattle - Adolphus Washington, DL, Ohio State
    57. Green Bay - Kentrell Brothers, LB, Missouri
    58. Pittsburgh - Austin Johnson, DL, Penn State
    59. Kansas City - Karl Joseph, DB, West Virginia
    60. New England - Derrick Henry, RB, Alabama
    61. New England - Keanu Neal, DB, Florida
    62. Carolina - Shon Coleman, OL, Auburn
    63. Denver - Su'a Cravens, LB, USC

    Round 3
    64. Tennessee - Jerald Hawkins, OL, LSU
    65. Cleveland - Darian Thompson, DB, Boise State
    66. San Diego - Graham Glascow, OL, Michigan
    67. Dallas - Jalen Mills, DB, LSU
    68. San Franciscon- Jordan Jenkins, LB, Georgia
    69. Jacksonville - Deion Jones, LB, LSU
    70. Baltimore - Scooby Wright III, LB, Arizona
    71. NY Giants - Pharoh Cooper, WR, University of South Carolina (Go Gamecocks!)
    72. Chicago - Jeremy Cash, DB, Duke
    73. Miami - Connor Cook, QB, Michigan State
    74. Tampa Bay - Sheldon Day, DL, Notre Dame
    75. Oakland - Kenny Lawler, WR, Cal
    76. Los Angeles - Sean Davis, DB, Maryland
    77. Philadelphia - Rashard Robinson, DB, LSU
    78. New Orleans - Joshua Garnett, OG, Stanford
    79. Philadelphia - Charone Peake, WR, Clemson
    80. Buffalo - Joshua Perry, LB, Ohio State
    81. Atlanta - Kyler Frackell, LB, Utah State
    82. Indianapolis - Christian Westerman, OG, Arizona State
    83. NY Jets - John Theus, OT, Georgia
    84. Washington - Kenneth Dixon, RB, Louisiana Tech
    85. Houston - Nick Vannett, TE, Ohio State
    86. Minnesota - Sterling Shepard, WR, Oklahoma
    87. Cincinnati - Xavien Howard, CB, Baylor
    88. Green Bay - Eric Striker, OLB, Oklahoma
    89. Pittsburgh - Austin Hooper, TE, Stanford
    90. Seattle - Miles Killebrew, DB, Utah State
    91. Kansas City - Javon Hargrave, DL, South Carolina State
    92. New England - Rashard Higgins, WR, Colorado State
    93. Arizona - Eric Murray, CB, Minnesota
    94. Carolina - Charles Tapper, DL, Oklahoma
    95. Denver - Jihad Ward, DL, Illinois
    96. New England - Leonte Carroo, WR, Rutgers
    97. Seattle - Paul Perkins, RB, UCLA
    98. Denver - C.J. Prosise, RB, Notre Dame

    Round 4
    99. Cleveland - Hassan Ridgeway, DL, Texas
    100. Tennessee - Zach Sanchez, DB, Oklahoma
    101. Dallas - Alex Collins, RB, Arkansas
    102. San Diego - Bronson Kaufusi, DL, BYU
    103. Jacksonville - Vadal Alexander, OL, LSU
    104. Baltimore - Yannick Ngakoue, LB, Maryland
    105. San Francisco - Cyrus Jones, DB, Alabama
    106. Chicago - Jordan Howard, RB, Indiana
    107. Miami - Connor McGovern, OL, Missouri
    108. Tampa Bay - Max Tuerk, OL, USC
    109. NY Giants - Maurice Canady, CB, Virginia
    110. Los Angeles - Cardale Jones, QB, Ohio State
    111. Detroit - Mallek Collins, DL, Nebraska
    112. New Orleans - Matt Judon, DL, Grand Valley St
    113. Philadelphia - Kenyan Drake, RB, Alabama
    114. Oakland - Keith Marshall, RB, Georgia
    115. Atlanta - T.J. Green, DB, Clemson
    116. Indianapolis - Jerrell Adams, TE, South Carolina
    117. Buffalo - Jatavis Brown, OLB, Akron
    118. NY Jets - James Cowser, OLB, Southern Utah
    119. Houston - Dak Prescott, QB, Mississippi State
    120. Washington - Willie Henry, DL, Michigan
    121. Minnesota - Dominique Alexander, LB, Oklahoma
    122. Cincinnati - Jack Allen, OL, Michigan State
    123. Pittsburgh - KJ Dillon, DB, West Virginia
    124. Seattle - Rees Odhlambo, OL, Boise State
    125. Green Bay - Jonathan Williams, RB, Arkansas
    126. Kansas City - Christian Hackenberg, QB, Penn State
    127. Chicago - Antonio Morrison, LB, Florida
    128. Arizona - Justin Simmons, FS, Boston College
    129. Carolina - Jayron Kearse, SS, Clemson
    130. Baltimore - Sebastian Tretola, OL, Arkansas
    131. Green Bay - Harlan Miller, CB, Southeastern Louisiana
    132. Baltimore - Will Redmond, CB, Mississippi State
    133. San Francisco - Daniel Lasco, RB, California
    134. Baltimore - Matt Ioannidis, DL, Temple
    135. Dallas - Kevin Hogan, QB, Stanford
    136. Denver - Kyle Murphy, OT, Stanford
    137. Green Bay - Steven Daniels, LB, Boston College
    138. Cleveland - Kolby Listenbee, WR, TCU
    139. Buffalo - Joe Haeg, OT, NDSU

    Round 5
    140. Tennessee - Mike Thomas, WR, Southern Mississippi
    141. Cleveland - KeiVarae Russell, CB, Notre Dame
    142. San Francisco - Joe Dahl, OL, Washington State
    143. Oakland - Cre'Von LeBlanc, CB, FAU
    144. Denver - B.J. Goodson, LB, Clemson
    145. San Francisco - Keyarris Garrett, WR, Tulsa
    146. Jacksonville - DeAndre Houston-Carson, DB, William & Mary
    147. Miami - Adam Gotsis, DL, Georgia Tech
    148. Tampa Bay - Terrance Smith, LB, Florida State
    149. NY Giants - Tyler Matekevich, LB, Temple
    150. Chicago - Daniel Braverman, WR, Western Michigan
    151. Detroit - Ronald Blair, DL, Appalachian State
    152. New Orleans - Darius Jackson, RB, Eastern Michigan
    153. Philadelphia - Fahn Cooper, OL, Mississippi
    154. Oakland - Parker Ehinger, OL, Cincinnati
    155. Indianapolis - Jeff Driskel, QB, LA Tech
    156. Buffalo - Joe Schobert, LB, Wisconsin
    157. NY Jets - Nelson Spruce, WR, Colorado
    158. Washington - Evan Boehm, OL, Missouri
    159. Houston - Glenn Gronkowski, FB, Kansas State
    160. Minnesota - Spencer Drango, OL, Baylor
    161. Cincinnati - Darius Latham, DL, Indiana
    162. Kansas City - Roberto Aguayo, K, Florida State
    163. Green Bay - Willie Beavers, OL, Western Michigan
    164. Philadelphia - Aaron Wallce, LB, UCLA
    165. Kansas City - Nick Vigil, LB, Utah State
    166. Houston - DeAndre Washington, RB, Texas Tech
    167. Arizona - Isaac Seumalo, OL, Oregon State
    168. Carolina - Deiondre' Hall, DB, Northern Iowa
    169. Detroit - Jonathan Jones, DB, Auburn
    170. Arizona - Jake Coker, QB, Alabama
    171. Seattle - DJ White, DB, Georgia Tech
    172. Cleveland - Blake Martinez, LB, Stanford
    173. Cleveland - Kevin Byard, DB, Middle Tennessee
    174. San Francisco - Nick Kwiatkoski, LB, West Virginia
    175. San Diego - Dan Vitale, DB, Northwestern

    Round 6
    176. Cleveland - Victor Ochi, LB, Stony Brook
    177. Tennessee - DJ Reader, DL, Clemson
    178. San Francisco - Aaron Burbridge, WR, Michigan State
    179. San Diego - Jared Norris, LB, Utah
    180. Minnesota - Moritz Boehringer, WR, Germany State
    181. Jacksonville - Tyler Higbee, TE, Western Kentucky
    182. Baltimore - Chris Moore, WR, Cincinnati
    183. Tampa Bay - Thomas Duarte, TE, UCLA
    184. NY Giants - Tamarrick Hemingway, TE, South Carolina State
    185. Chicago - Dean Lowry, DL, Northwestern
    186. Miami - Jason Fanaika, DL, Utah
    187. Washington - Devon Cajuste, TE, Stanford
    188. Philadelphia - Brandon Doughty, QB, Western Kentucky
    189. Dallas - Bryce Williams, TE, East Carolina
    190. Los Angeles - Kalan Reed, CB, Southern Mississippi
    191. Detroit - Avery Young, OL, Auburn
    192. Buffalo - Anthony Zettel, DL, Penn State
    193. Tennessee - Anthony Fabiano, OL, Harvard
    194. Oakland - De'Vondre Campbell, LB, Minnesota
    195. Houston - Nila Kasitati, OL, Oklahoma
    196. New England - Tyvis Powell, DB, Ohio State
    197. Tampa Bay - David Perkins, DL, Illinois St
    198. San Diego - Clayton Fejedelem, DB, Illinois
    199. Cincinnati - Roy Robertson-Harris, DL UTEP
    200. Green Bay - Tajae Sharpe, WR, UMass
    201. Jacksonville - Jacoby Brissett, QB, NC State
    202. Detroit - Travis Feeney, LB, Washington
    203. Kansas City - Daryl Worley, DB, West Virginia
    204. New England - Stephen Weatherly, LB, Vanderbilt
    205. Arizona - Tyrone Holmes, LB, Montana
    206. Chicago - Tavon Young, DB, Temple
    207. San Francisco - Brandon Allen, QB, Arkansas
    208. New England - Cole Toner, OL, Harvard
    209. Baltimore - Malcolm Mitchell, WR, Georgia
    210. Detroit - Kavon Frazier, DB, Central Michigan
    211. San Francisco - Caleb Benenoch, OL, UCLA
    212. Dallas - Ryan Smith, DB, North Carolina Central
    213. San Francisco - Kelvin Taylor, RB, Florida
    214. New England - James Bradberry, DB, Samford
    215. Seattle - Jordan Payton, WR, UCLA
    216. Dallas - Joe Thuney, OL, North Carolina State
    217. Dallas - Chris Swain, FB, Navy
    218. Buffalo - Anthony Brown, CB, Purdue
    219. Denver - Ben Braunecker, TE, Harvard
    220. Pittsburgh - Kevon Seymour, CB, USC
    221. New England - Keenan Reynolds, RB, Navy

    Round 7
    222. Cleveland - Will Ratelle FB/LB, UND
    223. Tennessee - Robby Anderson, WR, Temple
    224. San Diego - Brandon Chubb LB, Wake Forest
    225. Seattle - Shawn Oakman, DL, Baylor
    226. Jacksonville - Aaron Green, RB, TCU
    227. Miami - Mitch Matthews, WR, BYU
    228. Denver - David Onyemata, DL, Manitoba
    229. Pittsburgh - Tracy Howard, DB, Miami (FL)
    230. Chicago - Vontarrius Dora, DL, Louisiana Tech
    231. Miami - Josh Ferguson, RB, Illinois
    232. Washington - Deon Bush, DB, Miami (FL)
    233. Philadelphia - Ricardo Louis, WR, Auburn
    234. Oakland - Vincent Valentine, DL, Nebraska
    235. Denver - Alex Lewis, OL, Nebraska
    236. Detroit - Beau Sandland, TE, Montana State
    237. New Orleans - Cody Core, WR, Mississippi
    238. Atlanta - Darrell Greene, OL, San Diego State
    239. Indianapolis - Mike Matthews, OL, Texas A&M
    240. Minnesota - Tyler Ervin, RB, San Jose State
    241. NY Jets - Tom Hackett, P, Utah
    242. Washington - Raphael Kirby, LB, Miami (FL)
    243. New England - Wendell Smallwood, RB, West Virginia
    244. Minnesota - Nate Sudfeld, QB, Indiana
    245. Cincinnati - Aziz ****tu, DL, Stanford
    246. Pittsburgh - Roger Lewis, WR, Bowling Green
    247. Seattle - Cody Kessler, QB, USC
    248. Green Bay - Darion Griswold, TE, Arkansas State
    249. Kansas City - LaQuan McGowan, TE, Baylor
    250. New England - Dillon Lee, LB, Alabama
    251. Philadelphia - Destiny Vaeao, DL, Washington State
    252. Carolina - Jhurell Pressley, RB, New Mexico
    253. Denver - DJ Hunter, DB, Marshall
     
  2. BuckeyeKing

    BuckeyeKing Wolves DYNASTY!!!!

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    With the 1st selection of the 2016 NFL Draft the Tennessee Titans select...
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    Jalen Ramsey DB Florida State

    When you get the #1 overall pick you have to select the best player available. Ramsey will be playing a hybrid role for the Titans.
     
  3. Fin-O

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    Browns select QB Carson Wentz....

    Perfect QB to perform in the Cleveland climate, he will be a franchise QB and the Browns FINALLY now has that.
     
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    With the 3rd pick of the first round the Chargers will take- OT Laremy Tunsil (Ole Miss)

    All the makings of a solid tackle for many years to come if major injury is avoided. Protect Rivers for the next/last couple of years and be a rock for the QB of the future. Move some guys around on our line and maybe we can have a decent OL for the first time in a long while. Hopefully.


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    With the 4th pick of the first round the Cowboys will take- LB Myles Jack (UCLA)

    Possible superstar both defending the pass and rushing the passer. Unique skills and speed hopefully not impacted by the knee injury. Cowboys were looking to snatch Wentz as the QB of the future... instead getting a player to haunt those upcoming QBs.
    Lee is older now and always injury prone, McClain is just a stop-gap. Needed some Jack all over the field.


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  6. UCFinfan86

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    With the 5th pick the Jaguars take DE Joey Bosa, The Ohio State Univeristy.

    Jaguars need an infusion of talent on defense and would welcome a Bosa/Fowler pairing. Ideally Myles Jack would fall to them here, but they really can't go wrong with a defensive prospect at this spot.


    Overview
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  7. NYGallday521

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    According to his draft bulletin, with the 8th pick, the Philadelphia Eagles select DeForest Buckner, DL, Oregon
     
  8. Boik14

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    With the 10th pick in the 2016 NFL Draft, the New York Giants select: Ronnie Stanley, OT, Notre Dame

    My highest rated player at LT, Stanley eviscerated some of the best DE's in college football last year. The New York Football Giants need to protect the blindside of an aging Eli Manning. There were numerous considerations for the pick but Stanley is the 3rd rated player on my board after Jack and Ramsey.

    http://www.cbssports.com/nfl/draft/players/2005667/ronnie-stanley
     
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    305 Ryan F'n Tannehill Club Member

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    Go away.. 'batin.
    Tampa select Vernon Hargreaves III, CB, Florida.... before he gets snagged... write up later
     
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    NYGallday521 New Member

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    With their time up, the Baltimore Ravens are given Ezekiel Elliot. The San Francisco 49ers are given Jared Goff.
     
  11. NYGallday521

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    With the 11th pick in the 2016 NFL Mock Draft, the Chicago Bears select:


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    Mackensie Alexander
    School: Clemson | Position: CB | Experience: RS Sophmore | Height: 5'10" | Weight: 190 lbs | Arm Length: 31 3/8" | Hand Size: 9 1/8"
    40 YD: 4.47 (Pro Day) | Bench: N/A | Broad: 121" (Pro Day) | 3-Cone: 7.18 (Pro Day) | Shuttle: 4.21 (Pro Day)
    Positives:



    • [*=left]Good technical skills, smooth back pedal and stays low throughout his transition
      [*=left]Requisite speed and acceleration to stick with receivers
      [*=left]Looks comfortable in both man and zone coverage but used mostly in both press and off man
      [*=left]Puts himself in good position to defend and forces the QB to throw the ball into contested space downfield
      [*=left]Almost always in position to contest the pass
      [*=left]Well respected as a RS Soph, rarely targeted by opposing QBs
      [*=left]Confident almost to the point of arrogant (a good thing). Has short term memory required of good CBs
      [*=left]Will read QBs eyes who lock on to their targets, make plays on the ball, will come off his receiver to attack

    Negatives:



    • [*=left]Shows some stiffness when changing direction, can be beaten by quicker receivers or when QBs/WRs adlib
      [*=left]Aggressive to a fault, burned by QBs who use their eyes to manipulate defenses, charges downhill during play action fakes and will be left out of position.
      [*=left]Gets too grabby and will be flagged more often at the NFL level
      [*=left]Willing tackler but takes very bad angles. Drops his head and more often than not launches himself at legs rather than wrapping up
      [*=left]Limited strength and will be taken out of plays by WR blocks
      [*=left]Will gamble on plays, best when he has Safety help over the top
      [*=left]Size is an issue against bigger and faster receivers in the NFL; can he survive on the outside
      [*=left]Tested in very limited cases but still did not have a single interception

    Pro Comparison: Janoris Jenkins, CB, NYG (formerly STL)


    Overview:

    With a chance to upgrade the CB spot across from Kyle Fuller, where Tracy Porter is currently projected to start, the Bears believe Alexander should be able to come in right away and lock down teams no. 2 WRs. In a division that features Aaron Rodgers, Teddy Bridewater, and Matt Stafford, some Corner help will be greatly appreciated. Going forward, Chicago has a young secondary to build around with Fuller, Alexander, Bryce Callahan at Nickel, and Adrian Amos at FS.
     
  12. ToddPhin

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    With the 12th pick, the New Orleans Saints select

    Shaq Lawson, DE Clemson

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  13. sports24/7

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    With the 13th pick, The Miami Dolphins select...

    Eli Apple, CB, Ohio State

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    This was tough because none of the three guys I wanted are here. It really came down to two players, both from the same school, who I have ranked similarly. Ultimately I think the need at CB is too strong for Miami to hope one of those next tier guys will be there in round 2. With Apple, you are banking on the hope that he can use his physical gifts to become a good starting CB. I think he also fits with the scheme Miami will most likely use with Vance Joseph.
     
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  14. Silverphin

    Silverphin Rusty Smith is back!

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    Oakland selects Taylor Decker, OT, Ohio St
     
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    With the 16th pick, the Detroit Lions select...


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    LaQuan Treadwell, WR, Ole Miss!


    Wasn't planning to address WR this early in the draft, but LaQuan is too much of a value proposition to pass up. Even with the addition of Marvin Jones, WR was still a bit of a need for this team, and Treadwell will do more to fill the void left behind by the recently retired Calvin Johnson.
     
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    After the deadline, the Rams have been given Reggie Ragland, ILB, that school down South.
     
  18. UCFinfan86

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    Rams texted me while I was in flight that they wanted WR Josh Doctson from TCU. Since no one has picked since I'm going to change it from Ragland to Doctson
     
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    Since there is not currently a Colts GM we will select BPA, this time going with Reggie Ragland. If we can't find someone for the second round, I will take over from there on out.
     
  20. Stitches

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    With the 19th pick, the Buffalo Bills select...

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    Robert Nkemdiche, DL, Ole Miss!!





    After parting ways with Mario Williams, the Bills are looking to further solidify their DL and add a pass rusher to their defense. Although Nkemdiche comes with plenty of questions, this is definitely the type of player that Rex Ryan loves and will see to the development of.
     
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    Jets have sent in a list and select Paxton Lynch, QB at pick 20.
     
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    With the 21st pick in the 2016 NFL Mock Draft, the Washington Redskins select:

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    Darron Lee
    School: Ohio State | Position: ILB | Experience: RS Sophmore | Height: 6'1" | Weight: 232 lbs | Arm Length: 33 1/4" | Hand Size: 9 3/4"
    40 YD: 4.47 | Bench: 17 reps | Broad: 133" | 3-Cone: 7.12 | Shuttle: 4.20
    Positives:



    • [*=left]As athletic as any LB in the draft class. Special athleticism to move sideline to sideline effortlessly.
      [*=left]Excellent COD ability, possesses good body control to go along with good speed.
      [*=left]Effective in pass coverage. Shows the ability to cover TEs, RBs, even some Receivers, in man coverage.
      [*=left]Great blitzer and should be effective at the next level. 11 sacks from 2014-2015.
      [*=left]Shows excellent pursuit abilities, takes fastest angle to the ball.


    Negatives:


    • Lacks sand in his pants, can get washed out of plays when Lineman get their hands on him. Does not consistently stack and shed.
    • Looks to run around lineman rather than attack them head on and attempt to disengage.
    • Does not always tackle with his head up, can come in out of control and whiff. Involved in shoe-string or diving efforts too often.

    Pro Comparison: Lavonte David, Buccaneers


    Overview:

    The Redskins are in desperate need to upgrade an Inside Linebacker position that has been in flux since London Fletcher retired. Although Darron Lee is more of a WILL than an inside 'backer in a 3-4, he will be a welcome addition for his ability to cover opponents' receivers near the line of scrimmage and his aggressive in blitizing and run support. He still needs to add strength to make him a complete player but he will definitely start year one and make a noticeable improvement for a youthful Washington defense.
     
  23. Silverphin

    Silverphin Rusty Smith is back!

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    Houston selects Ryan Kelly, C, Alabama
     
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    Minnesota Vikings select #23 - DT Andrew Billings, Baylor
     
  25. indecisivepizza

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    With the 24th Pick in the 2016 GM League Draft, the Cincinnati Bengals select: ​

    Leonard Floyd


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    School: Georgia | Position: SAM | Experience: Junior | Height: 6-6 | Weight: 244 | Arm Length: 33 1/8” | Hand Size: 10 1/8”
    40 YD: 4.60 | Bench: N/A | Vertical: 39.5” | Broad: 127” | 3-Cone: 7.18 | Shuttle: 4.32


    Overview:
    It's tough not to think of former Georgia star linebacker Boss Bailey when watching Floyd, a long, lean pass rusher. An all-state pick in his Georgia high school days, Floyd played a year at Hargrave Military Academy before heading to Athens (as many Georgia recruits do). He started eight of 13 games played in 2013, receiving All-Freshman SEC notice after making 9.5 tackles for loss and 6.5 sacks. Floyd was awarded the Bulldogs' Defensive MVP in 2014 (though he missed the team's bowl game having knee surgery) to go along with honorable mention all-conference honors from league media (8.5 tackles for loss, six sacks). In his final year between the hedges, Floyd led the Bulldogs in sacks for the third straight year (4.5) and tied for the team lead with 10.5 tackles for loss, garnering second-team All-SEC notice from league coaches. The 2015 Butkus Award finalist is no joke off the edge, as many college tackles would confirm.


    Strengths:

    • Unique combination of length and athleticism.
    • Extremely rangy with great chase speed from sideline to sideline.
    • Good change of direction for taller player.
    • Long limbs and twitch to spring into a tackle from a mile away.
    • If unblocked, will chase down line of scrimmage from backside and foil run plans.
    • Elusive in open space dodging blockers and sifting through traffic in pursuit of the ball.
    • Has the traits to be highly effective in man coverage.
    • As an edge rusher, able to shoot out of the starting blocks and cover substantial ground with long second and third strides.
    • Not a great bender, but has ankle flexion necessary to lean at 45-degree angle and buzz inside the rush arc.
    • Substantial pass rush potential with a variety of options to the quarterback.
    • Pet move is upfield burst followed by jump-cut inside tied with inside club.
    • Able to dip and rip around the corner.
    • Dangerous on T/E twists and blitzes underneath.
    • Able to worm his way through the A-gap as standup blitzer.
    • Compares to Eli Harold



    Weaknesses:

    • All thin everything. Gangly frame produces marginal play strength. Built like a wide receiver and needs to live in a team cafeteria and weight room.
    • Not an edge-setter.
    • Gets long arms into defender effectively, but struggles to gain extension.
    • Loses fight for neutral zone at point of attack.
    • Issues shedding blocks forces him into downfield tackler rather than backfield playmaker.
    • Drag-down tackler with little pop behind pads as a hitter.
    • Must work to keep pad level lower on inside rush move.



    GM Says:

    Bottom Line:
    While sporting a relatively lanky frame, Floyd shows surprising power in his hands and complements it with burst off the edge, agility to avoid blockers and a relentless motor. With an injury-free 2015 season and the expected growth after another offseason in the weight room, Floyd looks like a solid bet to once again rank among the SEC's elite edge rushers and establish himself as a highly regarded NFL prospect.


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    Cincinnati's draft to date:
    1.24 - SAM Leonard Floyd, Georgia
    2.55 - WR Braxton Miller, Ohio State
    3.87 - CB Xavien Howard, Baylor
    4.122 - C Jack Allen, Michigan State
    5.161 - DT/DE Darius Latham, Indiana
    6.199 - DE/OLB Roy Robertson-Harris, UTEP
    7.245 - DT/DE Aziz ****tu, Stanford
     
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  26. Da 'Fins

    Da 'Fins Season Ticket Holder Club Member

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    Steelers select, CB William Jackson III.

    Write up to follow later. My apologies for the delay! Forgot I was doing Steelers and Pack
     
  27. UCFinfan86

    UCFinfan86 Season Ticket Holder

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    With the 26th pick the Seattle Seahawks selects...OT Jack Conklin, Michigan State

    Seahawks offensive line has continued to lose key pieces and needs an infusion of talent. Conklin is versatile and should be able to start at RT or G as a rookie

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  28. Da 'Fins

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    With the 27th pick in the 2016 NFL draft the Green Bay Packers select,

    6'3, 314 lb Nose Tackle, Kenny Clark, UCLA


    There are a number of DTs on the board and with Raji taking a year off as well as getting up in age, the Packers have a significant need at NT for the future. Clark doesn't have the length of other DTs but he has proven to be able to play a full game and is a stout run defender and the perfect 4-3 NT for the Packers system. He will fit with the Packers mold and will likely pack on another 10 lbs to his frame.
     
  29. Tractor Traylor

    Tractor Traylor Crafty Veteran

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    With the 28th pick in the NFL draft, the Kansas City Chiefs select:

    Noah Spence, OLB, Eastern Kentucky

    With the emergence of Justin Houston's knee injury recently, the Chiefs are in a tricky spot with their pass rush. Tamba Hali is on his last legs but the Chiefs were forced to re-invest in him because the team relies on the pass rush so heavily and former first rounder Dee Ford hasn't progressed as quickly as hoped. By adding Noah Spence to the mix, he will be able to refine his craft behind 2 of the NFL's best pass rushers while having ample opportunity to make a play for a starting job. With Sean Smith departing for Oakland this off-season, the onus is on the pass rush to force the QB to get rid of the ball quickly. Ideally, Houston gets healthy and forms a three headed monster with Spence and Ford while Hali is able to ride into the sunset in 2017.

    Bottom Line
    His issues are well-*documented, but his recovery and turnaround is what has NFL teams excited. Spence has been accountable for his actions and worked just as hard off the field as he has on the field to change his life and attack his problems. His inability to hold the point of attack combined with his ability to rush the passer make him a logical choice as a 3-*4 rush linebacker. The speed of the game make take a year or two to get used to, but Spence should become a starter early in his career.
     
  30. prettyflacco

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    With the 29th pick, the Cardinals select Kansas State G/T Cody Whitehair

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  31. GridIronKing34

    GridIronKing34 Silently Judging You Club Member

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    With the 30th overall selection, the Carolina Panthers select Corey Coleman, WR, Baylor

    Though Kelvin Benjamin will return from injury, the Panthers will look to give their franchise quarterback Cam Newton another weapon in the passing game. Corey Coleman is a vertical threat who can take it to the house at any given moment. Coleman should be able to provide an instant impact for the Panthers with Cam Newton under center.
     
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  32. ToddPhin

    ToddPhin RIP Phinsational Luxury Box Club Member

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    With the 31st pick Denver selects
    A'Shawn Robinson, DE/DT Alabama

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    Denver needs to replenish the D-line after the loss of Malik Jackson, so A'Shawn is a great combination of value and need.​
     
  33. Fin-O

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    Browns are glad to add Wr Michael Thomas, Ohio State (thanks Cheatriots)


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  34. BuckeyeKing

    BuckeyeKing Wolves DYNASTY!!!!

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    With the 33rd selection in the 2016 NFL Draft, the Tennessee Titans select...
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    Emmanuel Ogbah, OLB Oklahoma State

    Ogbah has the strength to make plays day one but he is still raw and needs time to develop. Coming off the bench for Orakpo or Morgan is pretty crucial for the Titans to get that next elite pass rusher.
     
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  35. dgfred

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    With the 34th pick the Dallas Cowboys select- Kevin Dodd DE (Clemson)

    The Cowboy's staff could not resist a top 15 pick sliding to the second round. At 6'5", 277 Dodd can sometimes drop on passes and can play both end positions. Hoping to address some other CB/S issues later in the draft... it should make their lives much easier with Dodd pressuring the QB and Jack flying all over the field. Even with several FA losses and past poor play by the others on the D... things are finally looking up.




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  36. dgfred

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    With the 35th pick the San Diego Chargers select- Jaylon Smith LB (Notre Dame)

    Probably the number 1 pick in the draft before his unlucky injury... the Chargers are happy to have such a superior athlete on their team. Future team leader with All-Pro possibilities still in the mix. Even with a loss of a step he would still be leaps and bounds above almost any LB in the draft. The defense will take more than one year to rebuild... Smith is a super start.


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  37. VanDolPhan

    VanDolPhan Club member Club Member

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    Sorry all. Busy as heck right now.

    Baltimore shores up it's OL and selects OL Jason Spriggs, OT, Indiana
     
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  38. sports24/7

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    With the 37th pick, the San Francisco 49ers select...

    Jarran Reed, DT, Alabama

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    After looking over the drafted players multiple times, I thought I had a tough choice between Taylor Decker and Jarran Reed here. After one last check I realized Decker went MUCH higher than this, making Reed the obvious choice. Defensive line may not be a glaring weakness for the 49ers, but the NFL is becoming a league where versatility is so valuable, and IMO Reed can play anywhere along the defensive line. At Alabama he was a run stuffing NT, but this is a player that I think can be more than that in the NFL. In the end, Reed was just too talented to pass up here. This is a guy that is ranked in the top 15-20 on most boards, and he was sitting there at 37. In the draft, you just can't afford to pass up talent like that.
     
  39. UCFinfan86

    UCFinfan86 Season Ticket Holder

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    With the 38th pick the Jaguars select...CB Kendall Fuller, Virgina Tech

    The jaguars are continuing to add pieces to their defense


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  40. 305

    305 Ryan F'n Tannehill Club Member

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    Go away.. 'batin.
    The Tampa Bay Bucs select Will Fuller, WR, ND

    Not necessarily a need this season, but an aging VJax is expected to hit the open market next season and value comes on the board with the best field spreading WR available. Winston can now sleep soundly with Mike Evans and Fuller in his corner.

    [video=youtube;qree1sQ-lfU]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qree1sQ-lfU[/video]
     
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