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  1. Fin-Omenal

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    The Cleveland Browns are glad to select projected to G Mike Tepper.

    [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wy99nLOAWMI"]YouTube- Mike Tepper Leaps For Greatness[/ame]

    Can your OL do that? :lol:
     
  2. Vengeful Odin

    Vengeful Odin Norse Mod

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    With the 200th Pick in the 2010 GML Draft, the Detroit Lions select ...

    Travis Goethel
    ILB, Arizona State, 6'3, 240 lbs


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    Goethel has been steadily moving up draft boards after an absolutely stellar Pro Day highlighted by his 4.58 40 time. He's not just a physical player, as his hard-working demeanor earned him accolades as a Sun Devil. He projects as an ILB in Detroit's 3-4.

    http://www.cbssports.com/nfl/draft/players/1113482
     
  3. Silverphin

    Silverphin Well-Known Member

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    I didn't think he'd last this long, but he did. With the 201st Pick of the GML Draft, and their last pick of the draft, the Buffalo Bills select Offensive Tackle Chris Scott out of Tennessee.

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  4. thats what she said

    thats what she said ^ohhhh yeahhhhhh

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    With the 202nd pick in the 2010 NFL GM League Draft, the Dallas Cowboys, America's Team, selects DE Clifton Geathers, from the University of South Carolina...

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  5. UCFinfan86

    UCFinfan86 Season Ticket Holder

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    with the 203rd pick the houston texans select OT Ciron Black, Louisana State
     
  6. Tractor Traylor

    Tractor Traylor Crafty Veteran

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    With pick 204, the Minnesota Vikings choose Tim Hiller, QB, Western Michigan.
     
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  7. GISH

    GISH ~mUST wARN oTHERS~

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    Over Yonder
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  8. adamprez2003

    adamprez2003 Senior Member

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    Giants pick OG Shawn Lauvao Arizona State.
     
  9. thats what she said

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    With the 207th pick in the 2010 NFL GM League Draft, the Dallas Cowboys, America's Team, selects WR Antonio Brown, from the University of Central Michigan...

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  10. Vengeful Odin

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    With the 208th Pick in the GML Draft, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers select ...

    TRINDON HOLLIDAY

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    With it being so late in the draft, we couldn't resist taking a flyer on a kid who kind of reminds us of Darren Sproles, a former Turner protégé out in San Diego. Trindon Holliday is what’s known as your classic “speed merchant”, as he can flat out fly on the football field. A bit of a poor man’s Dexter McCluster, we plan to play Holliday in 4 to 5 offensive position as well a return man on special teams.

    KEY MEASURABLES

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    At this stage in the draft selecting Holliday was just too tempting for us to pass up. While he’s obviously not the prototypical NFL size, he can do a lot of different things for us. We like him as a running back, where he can catch passes in the flat and turn them into long gains. We like him as a slot receiver, where his superior speed makes him a mismatch for linebackers. We envision him catching a lot of slants and racking up tons of YAC. We even like him as an outside receiver, where his elite speed should allow him to separate from even the game’s most elite of cornerbacks. We also expect him to be absolutely deadly in the return game, where his diminutive size is actually an advantage. He will be very easily lost by opposing coverage teams down the field.

    SCOUTING REPORT

    http://www.cbssports.com/nfl/draft/players/558554

    While we have running backs, wide receivers, and return specialists already on the roster, you can never have too many weapons, especially if you’re in the same division as the defending World Champions. Holliday offers us solid depth and versatility at a number of positions, and we’re very excited to put his speed to use next season.
     
  11. Vengeful Odin

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    With the 209th Pick in the GML Draft, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers select ...

    TREVARD LINDLEY

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    Once again looking for depth, this time in our secondary, we were very happy to see the underrated Trevard Lindley still on the board here in round 7. Once upon a time he was a 2nd round pick, though an injury-riddled senior season sent his stock plummeting down draft boards.

    KEY MEASURABLES

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    Lindley will initially compete for the team’s dime cornerback role, pushing both E.J. Biggers and Will James for time on the field. At the very least he is expected to be a nice depth player for us, and contribute as a coverage man on special teams. We think that Lindley could eventually develop into a very solid nickel cornerback at the NFL level, though he isn’t ready for that role today. We’ll bring him along slowly and use him sparingly as a rookie.

    SCOUTING REPORT

    http://www.cbssports.com/nfl/draft/players/563574

    We like Lindley and believe he can be a solid cornerback in either a man scheme (which we primarily play on passing downs) or a zone scheme (which we will primarily play on rushing downs). His versatility made him an easy selection for us in the early part of round 7, and he should quickly find a home on special teams, eventually pressing for a nickel role.
     
  12. sports24/7

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    With the 210th pick the Pittsburgh Steelers select, Jeff Byars, OC, USC

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  13. Fin-Omenal

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    The Cleveland Browns select K Josh Arauco


    [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zoumyniCZ20"]YouTube- Josh Arauco Player Profile[/ame]
     
  14. Stitches

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    With pick 212 the San Diego Chargers select...

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    WR, Joe Webb, UAB!!
     
  15. Tractor Traylor

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    The Cleveland Browns are awarded OT Sam Young, from Notre Dame.
     
  16. Tractor Traylor

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    As per the bulletin list, the New England Patriots select at pick 214:

    Jeron Mastrud, TE, Kansas State

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  17. PeaTearGriffin

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    With the 215th pick the Green Bay Packers select wide receiver Verran Tucker, California.

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  18. Tractor Traylor

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    According to the bulletin list for pick 216, the New England Patriots select Chris Marinelli, OL, Stanford.

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  19. Tractor Traylor

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    With pick 217, the Baltimore Ravens select WR Brandon Banks from Kansas State.

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  20. JMHPhin

    JMHPhin Season Ticket Holder Club Member

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    pick 218 jets select

    K Aaron Pettrey OSU
     
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  21. thats what she said

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    With the 219th pick in the 2010 NFL GM League Draft, the Dallas Cowboys, America's Team, selects DT Budd Thacker, from Florida State University...

    it went down like in this war room...
    jerrah-hell yes, we got budd!
    thats what she said-the booze or the grass?
    jerrah-the PLAYER
    thats what she said-ohhh, fantastic! well, can we still get the previously mentioned?
     
  22. JMHPhin

    JMHPhin Season Ticket Holder Club Member

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    jets 220 select

    Fendi Onobun, te houston
     
  23. JMHPhin

    JMHPhin Season Ticket Holder Club Member

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    jets 221 select

    Brandon Minor, RB Mich
     
  24. JMHPhin

    JMHPhin Season Ticket Holder Club Member

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    jets select pick 222

    Sean Canfield, QB Oregon State
     
  25. Vengeful Odin

    Vengeful Odin Norse Mod

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    With the 223rd Pick in the GML Draft, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers select ...

    ZAC ROBINSON

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    With the second-to-last pick in the entire NFL draft, we decided to go after a developmental signal-caller in Zac Robinson. Robinson should start the year for us as our third-string quarterback, where he can learn behind incumbent starter Josh Freeman and third year pro Josh Johnson. Robinson is a gutsy player who probably should have went a lot sooner in this year’s draft than the seventh round.

    KEY MEASURABLES

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    What surprised us most when looking at Robinson on tape was his underrated athletic ability. He does a very good job of moving around the pocket and manages to keep himself pretty clean of the pass rush. He’s an eager and willing player who should do well in our offensive system.

    SCOUTING REPORT

    http://www.cbssports.com/nfl/draft/players/563967

    With our last pick in the draft, we were exceedingly pleased to be able to select a guy who we think can develop into a very capable quarterback down the road. He will essentially redshirt for us this season, spending a lot of his time in the film room and with his playbook. Despite where he was drafted, we have no doubts he has the physical attributes to become solid #2 possibly #1 QB in the next several years. For us, that kind of talent and value was impossible to ignore.
     
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  26. Saint Greg

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    With the final pick in the 2010 GM league draft, the World Champion New Orleans Saints, America's new team, select: Joshua Moore, CB, Kansas State
     
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