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    RamsFan16 Guest

    New mock with 1 Trade

    The Rams trade the #11 pick of the 2006 NFL draft to Indianapolis for the #29 pick of the 2006 NFL draft and the Colts 2nd round pick. It moves St. Louis down the line so they can get a true SLB player and moves Indianpolis up so they can take DeAngelo Williams RB Memphis or LenDale White RB USC to fill in for Edgerin James

    Round 1: Manny Lawson DE/LB NC State



    Rams Round 2: Bobby Carpenter LB Ohio State


    Colts Round 2: Darryl Tapp DE Virginia Tech


    Round 3: Roman Harper S Alabama


    Round 4: Lawrence Vickers FB Colorado


    Round 5: Quinn Sypniewski TE Colorado


    Round 6: Willie Reid WR Flordia State


    Round 7: Eric Bassey CB Oklahoma
    Last edited by RamsFan16; -03-14-2006 at 12:47 AM.


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    Re: New mock with 1 Trade

    Do you really think Carpenter will still be there at the 2nd pick?

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    Re: New mock with 1 Trade

    I think Carpenter will be there only because so many other LB's are going to climb into the first and early second,I dont think if we got Lawson in the first we would pick a backer in the 2nd I think we would go DB if we go LB/DE in the first

    I like the rest of the draft though,Tapp and Harper wouldbe great

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    Re: New mock with 1 Trade

    Pretty good mock. I dont see the Colts agreeing to that trade, maybe a third rounder, but I like the players that you have. Carpenter would be a great addition and Harper is a ballhawk safety

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    Re: New mock with 1 Trade

    I dont see the Colts agreeing to that trade, maybe a third rounder
    Well, according to the standard draft pick value chart, it would actually take the Colts their entire draft to trade up to the #11 spot.
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