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    1. Sam Bradford, QB, Oklahoma
    Lock it up. Franchise QB. All that need to be said about this guy has already been said.
    Player Comparison: Matt Schaub, QB, Texans

    2. Rob Gronkowski, TE, Arizona
    Gronk proved he is healthy and ready to go at his pro day. I like him more than gresham because he is a much better blocker, has better hands, and has a much more polished game overall and is just as big of a threat in the redzone.
    Player Comparison: Jason Witten, TE, Cowboys

    3. Jermaine Cunningham, DE, Florida
    Cunningham is an experienced pass rusher. He is alot more polished than any Florida pass rusher who has come out in the recent years. Like Florida ends of the past he is extremely athletic, but he just is a more polished player with better technique. He will immediately share snaps at RE with James Hall.
    Player Comparison: Jacob Ford, DE, Titans

    4. Anthony Dixon, RB, Mississippi State
    He is a good blocker, and good receiver, and a powerful runner. Sylvester Croom our RB coach was his head coach and knows alot about this kid. He could be a great fit backing up S-Jax. It is no secret we coveted Shaun Green this guy reminds me alot of him.
    Player Comparision: Shaun Green, RB, Jets

    5. Kyle Calloway, OT, Iowa
    Prototypical RT with a great program pedigree. Powerfull with good size at 6'7 320. Polished run blocker and pass blocker. He could be the RT of the future.
    Player Comparison: Marc Colombo, OT, Cowboys

    5. Rodrick Muckelroy, OLB, Texas
    Smart athletic physical linebacker. He has top notch intangibles to go along with his sideline to sideline range. He is a prototypical WLB prospect, but he definately needs some seasoning especially when it comes to using his hands.
    Player Comparison: Michael Boley, WLB, Giants

    6. Robert Johnson, FS, Utah
    Johnson is centerfielder type of safety with great speed. The Rams need additional safety depth especially if the loose OJ and Dahl has to start.
    Player Comparison: Quentin Demps, FS, Eagles

    7. Seyi Ajirotutu, WR, Fresno State
    Big Physical receiver who is goo blocker on the outside. Ajirotutu is great in jump ball and redzone situations. He could definately use some seasoning. Could he take a roster spot from Burton, Foster, or Kent? Who knows
    Player Comparison: Devin Aromishidou., WR, Bears

    7. Travis Ivey, DT, Maryland
    Devaney and Co wanted to add some size up from Ivey is a mountain at 6'4 341. Struggled with injuries throughout his career, but he isn't lacking in size or talent.
    Player Comparison: Gabe Watson, DT, Cardinals

    7. Adrian Tracy, LB, William & Marry
    Tracey is a DE who will probably convert to LB. He is a hardworker, smart, physical, and has the size and versatility Spags likes in his LBs. He will start of as a solid special teamer, but he can work to expand that role in the future. Also he is from my alma matter
    Player Comparison: Chase Blackburn, LB, Giants

  • #2
    Re: Lock it up Mock it up

    Great mock.

    1) Bradford, no arguments there.

    2) Would Gronkowski be going this high? Would we be reaching for him at this point? Do you think we could get him in Round 3?

    3) Cunningham is underrated, and IMO is better than Dunlap.

    4) Like the Dixon pick.

    5) Calloway has been one of my favorite RTs this draft. I hope we get him.

    Everything else, good depth.

    This mock basically fills our most important holes.


    • #3
      Re: Lock it up Mock it up

      Very good mock, but don't you think Gresham would be better than Gronkowski just because he already has chemistry with Bradford? But I can understand this pick if Gresham isn't there at 33


      • #4
        Re: Lock it up Mock it up

        On the top pick of the second round, I think Gresham may be gone and I like Gronk better anyway. Gronk coming into 09 was 1b to Greshams 1a. I think they have both rehabbed their stocks after injury and are close to where they would have been picked pre-injury.


        • #5
          Re: Lock it up Mock it up

          this is probably the best mock i have seen this year


          • #6
            Re: Lock it up Mock it up

            Originally posted by msha View Post
            this is probably the best mock i have seen this year
            Thanks for the feedback


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              Dont Mock me
              by 39thebeast
              1. Sam Bradford, QB, Oklahoma

              Franchise QB. Has all the intangibles you need to succeed. Excellent accuracy, great leader. Lets Talk Numbers.

              TRADE!!!! Houston Trades picks (51, 83)

              2. Aaron Hernandez, TE, Florida

              First Off Houston does the deal to trade up and get the best RB or DB that falls out of round 1. Hernandez has excellent hands and great speed. Can make an instant impact in the passing game as he continues to develop as a blocker.

              3. Jermaine Cunningham, DE, Florida

              Cunningham has good speed of the edge, and is good in all aspects as a pass rusher. He will be the future at RE opposite Long.

              3. Ben Tate, RB, Auburn

              Perfect compliment to S-jax. 4.3 Speed at 220 pounds. He is great pass blocker and receiver out of the backfield would be the perfect number 2 back on this team.

              4. AJ Edds, LB, Iowa

              Big tough LB Spags likes 6'4 246. He is a good enough athlete and excels in coverage. Could probably play all LB positions, but will play at our biggest weakness WLB.

              5. Marcus Easly, WR, UCONN

              Homer Pick lol. This kid has a ton of talent extremely fast good size. Give him some more experience and time to develop and he will be a gem.

              5. Derek Hardman, OT, Eastern Kentucky

              One of the better tackles in DII. Could be good depth possibly a future starter at RT.

              6. Clifton Geathers, DL, South Carolina

              6'8 300 DE. Could gives spags the versatility he likes on the D-line. He isn't a finished product, but spags will definately coach him up.

              7. George Johnson, DE, Rutgers

              Good size and athletic. Alot of experience could join the rotation on the d-line.

              7. Adrian Tracy, LB, William & Marry

              Former DE, but will probably move to LB. He could develop into a good special teamer/ Utility LB like Spags did with Chase Black burn.

              7. Van Eksridge, FS, Eastern Carolina

              Great instinctive safety. Could instantly contribute on special teams and be depth at FS....
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            • sosa39rams
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              Here it is ladies and gentleman, everything you've all been waiting for, it's officially MOCK DRAFT season! Let's jump right into it!

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              2) Paul Dawson, OLB, TCU: Dawson has a questionable character (apparently) but is a beast on the field. He's a sideline to sideline guy with great speed and play-making ability. Wraps up well and is very athletic. He has pro bowl potential and pairing him with 2 good LB's will allow him to roam free and make big plays.

              3) T.J Yeldon, RB, Alabama: I've scouted the RB's this year, and Yeldon is in my top 5. He's built like a truck and I assume he will run pretty well tomorrow. He has the frame of a RB at 6012 and 226 lbs, and he also repped 225 22 times. He's powerful, nimble, has great vision, breaks many tackles, has good hands, and runs powerful. I believe Yeldon is a 3 down back and a future star at RB.

              5) Nick O'Leary, TE, FSU: O'Leary doesn't look like a great athlete but he is a very solid TE. He can get in and block. He has amazing hands and is very reliable. He only has 1 gear and doesn't scare opponents athletically, but he is a solid guy who looks unspectacular and just does his job no flashiness involved. Watched Jameis Winston tape and this guy stands out.

              7) Blake Sims, QB, Alabama: Sims is a project obviously. He's got a pretty live arm and is very good athletically. He has some touch on his passes especially when he's going deep. The moment is never too big for him. He's good at evading the rush and staying in the pocket, keeps his eyes up almost always.
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            • sakl18
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              by sakl18
              Here is my Rams mock draft as of 08/02
              • 1.01 - Ndamukong Suh, DT, Nebraska - Enough said.
              • 2.01 - Jahvid Best, RB, California - An explosive runner who would be the perfect complement for SJax, keeping him healthy and extending his career by several seasons. Also brings a much needed home run threat to the offense.
              • 3.01 - Dan LeFevour, QB, Central Michigan - A developmental QB with a good arm and great mobility. Has tremendus potential and will take the helm of the offense in 2 or 3 years.
              • 4.01 - Jared Veldheer, OT, Hillsdale - A monster of a tackle with surprising agility. Has the ability to start immediately at right tackle and be a dominant force on the right end for years to come.
              • 5.01 - Jimmy Graham, TE, Miami - Converted basketball player with great height and agility. Has the potential to be the next Antonio Gates.
              • 5.24 - Dekoda Watson, OLB, Florida State - An athletic freak with a great work ethic and tremendous upside. Could possibly gain the starting role opposite David Vobora.
              • 6.01 - Devin Ross CB, Arizona - Has a surprising amount of potential for a late round pick. Will provide much needed depth at CB.
              • 7.01 - O'Brien Schoefield, DE, Wisconsin - A great pass rusher who was a projected 2nd or 3rd round prospect who tore his ACL at a Senior Bowl practice. He may have to be placed on IR for his first year, but he has the potential to be a dominant edge rusher.
              • 7.19 - Guard depth.

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              2.44 - Tony Jefferson, S, OKA: Jefferson is a safety with terrific range but is also very physical run defender. He can certainly lay the wood and jar the ball loose. He is as good as a Safety as you'll find. Jefferson has the ability to make a special player at the next level.

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            • The Optimistic Lamb
              The Optimistic Lamb's Mock Draft
              by The Optimistic Lamb
              Version 2.0

              1.1 Sam Bradford- QB
              In my mind, Suh is still the better player. But Bradford has all the tools, smarts, and character to become a franchise QB. The draft is very deep in DT and a steal at #33 is very possible.

              2.1 Brain Price- DT
              Price is big, explosive, and a little nasty. Plays with a lot of passion and has to be double teamed. Has lots in common with Dorrel Scott. Supposedly a top 15 pick, but in reality the 2rd tier DT's are all tied for 2nd and it comes down to what is a "fit". Most of the teams at the bottom of the draft are 3-4 defenses while Price is strictly a 4-3. He just has to slide by the Colts and Saints to be home free.

              3.1 Dorin Dickerson- WR
              Dickerson is 6'2, 226lbs, runs a 4.4, and can catch deep balls. What is he doing playing TE? He looks to me like a big WR like Dez Bryant, or Demaryius Thomas.

              4.1 AJ Edds- OLB
              Edds isn't a sexy pick like Sean Weatherspoon, but he is a big LB at 246lbs who excels in coverage. He is polished, smart, durable, and rarely makes mistakes. Could play WLB or SLB. To me, he fits right in with Voborra and Laurinaitis.

              5.1 Myron Lewis- CB/FS
              A CB projected to be a FS in the NFL because of his lack of speed. Some debate over what round Lewis belongs in, I've seen him as high as the 3rd and as low as the 6th. But Spags seems to have a place for these "tweeners" and after letting go of Jonathon Wade, we could use some depth in the backfield. We'll see how the situation develops on draft day.

              5.32 Chris Marinelli- OT
              A blue collar O-lineman who has the respect of his team. Is very tough and durable and should be a very good back up with potential.

              6.1 John Conner- FB
              At 241lbs, Conner plays mean old school football. Is very good in pass protection and will sacrifice himself to take out LB's on the run. Seems to play with reckless abandon and grit. Was a walk on who became team captain. Is also a special teams star.

              7.1 Jeromy Miles- FS
              Another big fast DB. 6'2, 210lbs, runs a 4.5. Nothing more than a good depth pick.

              7.19 Trindon Holliday- KR
              A star kick returner for LSU. One of the fastest guys in the draft, why not pick him if he's available?

              7.47 Who cares? There isn't an 8th round for a reason...
              -04-01-2010, 03:24 PM