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    Sakl18's Mock Draft

    1.01 - Sam Bradford, QB, Oaklahoma
    • 6'5" 236 lbs, Senior
    • Suh vs. Bradford has been beaten to death, so I won't go into it.
    2.01 - Jermaine Gresham, TE, Oaklahoma
    • 6'5" 261 lbs, Junior
    • 4.73 40, 20 bench reps
    • Great hands and rarely drops a ball.
    • Creates matchup nightmares - linebackers are too slow and corners too small.
    • Finds the holes in a defense and has good YAC.
    • A great blocker who loves to get his nose dirty.
    3.01 - Jared Veldheer, OT, Hillsdale
    • 6'8" 312 lbs, Senior
    • 5.09 40, 32 bench reps
    • A monstrous tackle who is surprisingly agile and can still put on weight.
    • A mauler at right tickle and would shore up the right side for years to come.
    4.01 - Austen Lane, DE, Murray State
    • 6'6" 274 lbs, Senior
    • 4.83 40, 20 bench reps
    • A great pass rusher with high upside.
    • Is very intelligent and has good intangibles.
    • Is faster than his 40 time shows and has a quick burst and closing step.
    • Would start as part of the DE rotation, may earn starting spot by the end of the season.
    5.01 - Kavell Conner, OLB, Clemson
    • 6'0" 242 lbs, Senior
    • 4.58 40, 24 bench reps
    • Very strong and durable. A solid tackler and has the skill set to play all linebacker positions.
    • Would immediately compete for the weakside linebacker starting role.
    5.24 - Cliffton Geathers, DE, South Carolina
    • 6'7" 299 lbs, Junior
    • 4.97 40, 26 bench reps
    • Would be a great fit for Spags' system as he can play both DE and DT.
    • A project player, but has very high upside and can both pass rush and stuff the run effectively.
    6.01 - Kam Chancellor, SS, Virginia Tech
    • 6'3" 231 lbs, Senior
    • 4.61 40, 22 bench reps
    • A massive safety who can deliver the big hit and is a sure tackler.
    • May have some problems with coverage at the next level, but then again, he may not.
    • Has the versatility to play both linebacker and safety.
    7.01 - Michael Smith, RB, Arkansas
    • 5'9" 180 lbs, Senior
    • 4.37 40, bench N/A
    • Has tremendous speed and would bring an element lacking in the run game.
    7.19 - O'Brien Schofield, DE, Wisconsin
    • 6'2" 221 lbs, Senior
    • 4.6 40 (projected), bench N/A
    • A great pass rusher, he was a second round prospect before tearing his ACL at the senior bowl.
    • May have to spend his first season on IR, but has the potential to be a sack monster.
    7.47 - Ben Burney, CB, Colorado
    • 5'11" 202 lbs, Senior
    • 4.38 40, 16 bench reps
    • A tremendous pro day boosted him into draft consideration.
    • To add to his 4.38 40, he also had a 39" vertical.
    • Has a great blend of size and speed.

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    Re: Sakl18's Mock Draft

    Very nice, except I would get a RB in an earlier round than the 7th or not one at all. He would basically end up like Ogbonnaya.

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    Re: Sakl18's Mock Draft

    Quote Originally Posted by thickandthin View Post
    Very nice, except I would get a RB in an earlier round than the 7th or not one at all. He would basically end up like Ogbonnaya.
    I see where you're coming from, and I would agree with any other player. I just don't think that we have any speed backs, and that he could bring versatility to the group.

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    Re: Sakl18's Mock Draft

    Quote Originally Posted by sakl18 View Post
    I see where you're coming from, and I would agree with any other player. I just don't think that we have any speed backs, and that he could bring versatility to the group.
    Well you do have 3 DE's up there. So maybe go for a RB in the 5th.

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