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44. Houston Selects: "BIG" John Jenkins - NT UGA

We moved up here and landed the guy we coveted.

At 6-4 360 Jenkins will be the true anchor that the Texans have needed up the middle. Jenkins is a top run stuffer who for a man of his size is also surprisingly light on his feet.

This will allow Seth Payne's heath/FA issues to be a non factor. This will also allow Earl Mitchel to potentially shift to the DE spot in our 3-4 base (making the potential loss of Antoine Smith to Free Agency not as big an issue), and rotate inside as the DT in the Nickle/Dime.

Jenkins will often command double teams, most teams are probably going to want to double team JJ Watt as well; this is a simple numbers game and the end result is the Houston LB's should have a lot of lanes to attack in the pass rush. I think this will make one of the best young D's in the league even more potent.

Scouting Report:

Massive two-gap NT with wide trunk. Has adequate-to-good initial quickness and body control for size. Usually gets into good initial position. Has tree trunks for arms and flashes ability to lock out. Must continue to improve hand usage, though. Will flash ability to shed quickly and make tackles in confined area (3:21 remaining 2nd QTR vs. GTU 2011). Also makes some plays in pursuit.

Pass Rush Skills will never be an area of strength but does show the combination of short-area quickness, power and closing burst (for size) to contribute.

Above average foot quickness for such a massive DL. Quicker and more athletic than fellow NT prospect Kwame Geathers. Has a quick first step. Shows adequate lateral agility. Feet are quicker than hands. Needs to be more violent and efficient with hands.

Will wear down a bit during course of game but plays with a solid motor for a 330-plus pound DL. Will pursue downfield. Shows a mean streak.

Other considerations: Kevin Minter; Zach Ertz.

God. Damn it.

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44. Houston Selects: "BIG" John Jenkins - NT UGA

We moved up here and landed the guy we coveted.

At 6-4 360 Jenkins will be the true anchor that the Texans have needed up the middle. Jenkins is a top run stuffer who for a man of his size is also surprisingly light on his feet.

This will allow Seth Payne's heath/FA issues to be a non factor. This will also allow Earl Mitchel to potentially shift to the DE spot in our 3-4 base (making the potential loss of Antoine Smith to Free Agency not as big an issue), and rotate inside as the DT in the Nickle/Dime.

Jenkins will often command double teams, most teams are probably going to want to double team JJ Watt as well; this is a simple numbers game and the end result is the Houston LB's should have a lot of lanes to attack in the pass rush. I think this will make one of the best young D's in the league even more potent.

Scouting Report:

Massive two-gap NT with wide trunk. Has adequate-to-good initial quickness and body control for size. Usually gets into good initial position. Has tree trunks for arms and flashes ability to lock out. Must continue to improve hand usage, though. Will flash ability to shed quickly and make tackles in confined area (3:21 remaining 2nd QTR vs. GTU 2011). Also makes some plays in pursuit.

Pass Rush Skills will never be an area of strength but does show the combination of short-area quickness, power and closing burst (for size) to contribute.

Above average foot quickness for such a massive DL. Quicker and more athletic than fellow NT prospect Kwame Geathers. Has a quick first step. Shows adequate lateral agility. Feet are quicker than hands. Needs to be more violent and efficient with hands.

Will wear down a bit during course of game but plays with a solid motor for a 330-plus pound DL. Will pursue downfield. Shows a mean streak.

Other considerations: Kevin Minter; Zach Ertz.

God. Damn it.

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44. Houston Selects: "BIG" John Jenkins - NT UGA

We moved up here and landed the guy we coveted.

At 6-4 360 Jenkins will be the true anchor that the Texans have needed up the middle. Jenkins is a top run stuffer who for a man of his size is also surprisingly light on his feet.

This will allow Seth Payne's heath/FA issues to be a non factor. This will also allow Earl Mitchel to potentially shift to the DE spot in our 3-4 base (making the potential loss of Antoine Smith to Free Agency not as big an issue), and rotate inside as the DT in the Nickle/Dime.

Jenkins will often command double teams, most teams are probably going to want to double team JJ Watt as well; this is a simple numbers game and the end result is the Houston LB's should have a lot of lanes to attack in the pass rush. I think this will make one of the best young D's in the league even more potent.

Scouting Report:

Massive two-gap NT with wide trunk. Has adequate-to-good initial quickness and body control for size. Usually gets into good initial position. Has tree trunks for arms and flashes ability to lock out. Must continue to improve hand usage, though. Will flash ability to shed quickly and make tackles in confined area (3:21 remaining 2nd QTR vs. GTU 2011). Also makes some plays in pursuit.

Pass Rush Skills will never be an area of strength but does show the combination of short-area quickness, power and closing burst (for size) to contribute.

Above average foot quickness for such a massive DL. Quicker and more athletic than fellow NT prospect Kwame Geathers. Has a quick first step. Shows adequate lateral agility. Feet are quicker than hands. Needs to be more violent and efficient with hands.

Will wear down a bit during course of game but plays with a solid motor for a 330-plus pound DL. Will pursue downfield. Shows a mean streak.

Other considerations: Kevin Minter; Zach Ertz.

God. Damn it.
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Dang good talent just left the board, give me a minute

True. This is a nice draft deep with talent. Should be fun to watch the real thing.

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Tried to trade up to grab a great value in Eifert, had visions of Eifert/Kendricks creating good matchups for Bradford.St. Louis selects- Barrett Jones OL AlabamaThe Rams haven't had a great OL in a while and have had many OT not pan out. Jones is versatile and can literally play any position. He can come in right away to help protect Bradford. I love lineman that can play multiple positions because it helps so much when shuffling lineman is necessary due to injuries/inconsistent play.

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Tried to trade up to grab a great value in Eifert, had visions of Eifert/Kendricks creating good matchups for Bradford.St. Louis selects- Barrett Jones OL AlabamaThe Rams haven't had a great OL in a while and have had many OT not pan out. Jones is versatile and can literally play any position. He can come in right away to help protect Bradford. I love lineman that can play multiple positions because it helps so much when shuffling lineman is necessary due to injuries/inconsistent play.

I like the pick. Big fan of Jones.

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Tried to trade up to grab a great value in Eifert, had visions of Eifert/Kendricks creating good matchups for Bradford.St. Louis selects- Barrett Jones OL AlabamaThe Rams haven't had a great OL in a while and have had many OT not pan out. Jones is versatile and can literally play any position. He can come in right away to help protect Bradford. I love lineman that can play multiple positions because it helps so much when shuffling lineman is necessary due to injuries/inconsistent play.

I like the pick. Big fan of Jones.
I like the pick also. I really like his versatility. I was hoping that people would forget about him and he would fall to the Raiders in the 3rd round. With him and Wisniewski, let them fight it out for the center spot and the other would play LG. Oh well a Raider fan can dream anyway.

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Funky was here a few minutes ago so I hope he knows that Dallas is up right now.

Round 2

33. Jacksonville - jshare87 - Matt Elam, SS - Florida.

Barkevious Mingo, DE - LSU

34. Kansas City - Andy D - Matt Barkley, QB - Southern California

Chance Warmack, OG - Alabama

35. Philadelphia - Slider - Larry Warford, OG - Kentucky.

Eric Fisher, OT - Central Michigan

36. Detroit - Tem ramrod - Giovani Bernard, RB - North Carolina

Luke Joeckel, OT - Texas A&M

37. Cincinnati (from Oakland) - yellowdog - Arthur Brown - LB - Kansas State

Eddie Lacy, RB - Alabama

38. Arizona - ebaughn - Menelik Watson, OT - Florida State

Geno Smith, QB - West Virginia

-Cleveland Bracie Smathers - (2012 supplemental selection)

Jarvis Jones, LB - Georgia

39. NY Jets - Hell Toupee - Jonathan Cyprien, S - FIU

Dion Jordan, DE/OLB - Oregon

40. Tennessee - FUBAR - Kawann Short, DT - Purdue

Dee Milliner, CB - Alabama

41. Buffalo - Donsmith753 - Ryan Nassib, QB - Syracuse

Cordarrelle Patterson, WR - Tennessee

^TRADE 42. Miami trades pick to - San Francisco Spin - Johnthan Banks, DB - Mississippi State

Datone Jones, DE, UCLA

43. Tampa Bay - RJS113 - Tyler Eifert, TE - Notre Dame

Khaseem Greene - OLB - Rutgers

***TRADE 44. Carolina trades pick to Houston- meecrob- John Jenkins - NT - UGA

Tavon Austin, WR - WVU

- New Orleans - IHEARTFF - rule violation forfeit

Ezekiel Ansah – DE/OLB - BYU

45. San Diego - Ray Finkle - Dallas Thomas, OG - Tennessee

Lane Johnson, OT - Oklahoma

46. St. Louis - tdmills - Barrett Jones, OL - Alabama

Kenny Vaccaro, S - Texas AND (from Chicago) - Keenan Allen WR Cal

47. Dallas - FunkyTeaParty - -

Jonathan Cooper, OG - North Carolina

48. Pittsburgh - Evilgrin 72 - -

Damontre Moore, OLB - Texas A&M

49. NY Giants - amicsta - -

Sheldon Richardson, DT, Mizzou

50. Chicago - RBM - -

(from St. Louis) - Xavier Rhodes CB Florida State

51. Washington - ??? - -

- 000 - No first round selection

52. Minnesota - FunkyPlutos - -

Manti Te'o, LB - Notre Dame

53. Cincinnati - yellowdog - -

Eddie Lacy, Running Back - Alabama

54. Miami (from Indianapolis) - JackReacher - -

Bjoern Werner - OLB - Florida St

55. Green Bay - meyerj31 - -

D.J. Fluker, OT - OT Alabama

56. Seattle - biju - -

Sylvester Williams, DT - North Carolina

***TRADE 57. Houston trades pick to Carolina - jurb26- -

Star Lotulelei – DT - Utah

58. Denver - rascal - -

Desmond Trufant, CB - Washington

59. New England - Tackling Dummies - -

Eric Reid, S - LSU

60. Atlanta - Andy D - -

Cornellius "Tank" Carradine, DE - FSU

^TRADE 61. San Francisco trades pick to- Miami - JackReacher - -

Bjoern Werner - OLB - Florida St

62. Baltimore - The Hank - -

Alec Ogletree, LB - Georgia

*Chicago trades down from 20 to 22 with St. Louis and acquires St. Louis’ 4th round draft pick

**Minnesota trades down from 23 to 27 with Houston and acquires Houston’s 4th round pick

***Houston gives: 2(57), 3(89), 6(185)

***Carolina Gives: 2(44), 4(105) and a 2014 7th

^Miami gives 1(42)

^San Francisco gives 2(61), 3(74)

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Tampa is looking to trade into the 2nd round. Will give a 3rd (73) and two 4ths (109 and 123).

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FunkyTeaParty was here when that last pick was made. <_<

Actually, I think it was FUNKY PLUTOS not FUNKY TEA PARTY.I made the same mistake.Haven't seen the F-Tea Party so give him another hour to be fair.

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Buffalo selects

QB, Ryan Nassib, Syracuse

Writeup to follow tonight.

This is perhaps the best pick in the draft so far. Don't think he'll be here, but if he is... perfect.
I think he'll be there. QBs will be slippin' in this draft.

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FunkyTeaParty was here when that last pick was made. <_<

Actually, I think it was FUNKY PLUTOS not FUNKY TEA PARTY.I made the same mistake.Haven't seen the F-Tea Party so give him another hour to be fair.
I can pick for him...maybe the Vikings get this 2nd round pick as a part of the Herschel Walker deal??? :excited:

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F this...2.47 - Dallas - Alex Okafor, DE - TexasWith the switch to the 4-3, they're going to need a more traditional DE and I'm assuming they let Spencer go.Jerry could get hot for one of the WR's here too.

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FunkyTeaParty was here when that last pick was made. <_<

Actually, I think it was FUNKY PLUTOS not FUNKY TEA PARTY.I made the same mistake.Haven't seen the F-Tea Party so give him another hour to be fair.
FunkyTeaParty was here earlier at around 1:30 but logged out about 2 minutes before Rams picked.

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Pick #48 - Steelers select Jesse Williams, DT, Alabama

6'3 and 325 pounds, offers the strength to be a traditional 2-gap NT. Played that exact position in a 3-4 front at 'Bama and anchored the nations best defense. He could be a plug-and-play guy at a spot where Casey Hampton may not return and last year's 4th rounder, Alameda Ta'Amu, may not be on the team. That leaves them the decent, but unspectacular Steve McClendon at what may be the single most important spot in LeBeau's 3-4.

The nice bonus on Williams is that he's tall and quick enough to potentially slide over to the end spot in the event that they suffer a rash of injuries at that position (it's been known to happen.) His lack of explosiveness and pass rush arsenal means he's pretty much strictly a 3-4 lineman, which decreases his value to the point that he lands here. He is, however, a perfect fit for a 3-4 team as he has tremendous upper body strength and a great motor, making him an ideal run-stopper and absorber of offensive linemen, which is exactly what he'd be required to do here. I've seen him mocked to Pittsburgh at #17 once or twice, so to get him at #48 works nicely.

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Pick #48 - Steelers select Jesse Williams, DT, Alabama

6'3 and 325 pounds, offers the strength to be a traditional 2-gap NT. Played that exact position in a 3-4 front at 'Bama and anchored the nations best defense. He could be a plug-and-play guy at a spot where Casey Hampton may not return and last year's 4th rounder, Alameda Ta'Amu, may not be on the team. That leaves them the decent, but unspectacular Steve McClendon at what may be the single most important spot in LeBeau's 3-4.

The nice bonus on Williams is that he's tall and quick enough to potentially slide over to the end spot in the event that they suffer a rash of injuries at that position (it's been known to happen.) His lack of explosiveness and pass rush arsenal means he's pretty much strictly a 3-4 lineman, which decreases his value to the point that he lands here. He is, however, a perfect fit for a 3-4 team as he has tremendous upper body strength and a great motor, making him an ideal run-stopper and absorber of offensive linemen, which is exactly what he'd be required to do here. I've seen him mocked to Pittsburgh at #17 once or twice, so to get him at #48 works nicely.

Nice pick EG72! Would love for the Steelers to grab him in the 2nd, excellent value.

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2.49 Giants select Kevin Minter, MLB, LSUI dont think this requires much explaination. Again is a value and fits a need. Wouldve taken Barrett Jones had he not been snagged.

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Pick #48 - Steelers select Jesse Williams, DT, Alabama

6'3 and 325 pounds, offers the strength to be a traditional 2-gap NT. Played that exact position in a 3-4 front at 'Bama and anchored the nations best defense. He could be a plug-and-play guy at a spot where Casey Hampton may not return and last year's 4th rounder, Alameda Ta'Amu, may not be on the team. That leaves them the decent, but unspectacular Steve McClendon at what may be the single most important spot in LeBeau's 3-4.

The nice bonus on Williams is that he's tall and quick enough to potentially slide over to the end spot in the event that they suffer a rash of injuries at that position (it's been known to happen.) His lack of explosiveness and pass rush arsenal means he's pretty much strictly a 3-4 lineman, which decreases his value to the point that he lands here. He is, however, a perfect fit for a 3-4 team as he has tremendous upper body strength and a great motor, making him an ideal run-stopper and absorber of offensive linemen, which is exactly what he'd be required to do here. I've seen him mocked to Pittsburgh at #17 once or twice, so to get him at #48 works nicely.

Nice pick EG72! Would love for the Steelers to grab him in the 2nd, excellent value.
Thanks man, I was just hoping he or Jenkins would hang on until #48. I could have made some real noise here with that trade down, but to come away with 2 guys that fit the system at positions of eventual need is what the Steelers typically do. I like the options that are going to be available at other need positions like WR, RB, and S in the 3rd-5th rounds better than I do the depth at pass-rusher or nose. Those two positions feel much more top-heavy.

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Pick #48 - Steelers select Jesse Williams, DT, Alabama

6'3 and 325 pounds, offers the strength to be a traditional 2-gap NT. Played that exact position in a 3-4 front at 'Bama and anchored the nations best defense. He could be a plug-and-play guy at a spot where Casey Hampton may not return and last year's 4th rounder, Alameda Ta'Amu, may not be on the team. That leaves them the decent, but unspectacular Steve McClendon at what may be the single most important spot in LeBeau's 3-4.

The nice bonus on Williams is that he's tall and quick enough to potentially slide over to the end spot in the event that they suffer a rash of injuries at that position (it's been known to happen.) His lack of explosiveness and pass rush arsenal means he's pretty much strictly a 3-4 lineman, which decreases his value to the point that he lands here. He is, however, a perfect fit for a 3-4 team as he has tremendous upper body strength and a great motor, making him an ideal run-stopper and absorber of offensive linemen, which is exactly what he'd be required to do here. I've seen him mocked to Pittsburgh at #17 once or twice, so to get him at #48 works nicely.

Nice pick EG72! Would love for the Steelers to grab him in the 2nd, excellent value.
Thanks man, I was just hoping he or Jenkins would hang on until #48. I could have made some real noise here with that trade down, but to come away with 2 guys that fit the system at positions of eventual need is what the Steelers typically do. I like the options that are going to be available at other need positions like WR, RB, and S in the 3rd-5th rounds better than I do the depth at pass-rusher or nose. Those two positions feel much more top-heavy.
Agreed, lots of talent in the mid-rounds will be there this year; which is why I agree with your sentiment in trying to trade down from 17 unless someone like Jarvis Jones is there.

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49'ERS HAVE 15 PICKS!?!?!!? They don't have that many roster spots open, IMO, so they will be active during the draft.

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How does Eifert make it out of the first round?

I had that same question but looking at Tampa's first round pick >>>

13 Tampa Bay – RJS113 - Khaseem Greene, OLB - Rutgers

I think it was a collective sympathy conciousness of the board to allow Eifert to fall into their lap in the second round. :)

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F this...2.47 - Dallas - Alex Okafor, DE - TexasWith the switch to the 4-3, they're going to need a more traditional DE and I'm assuming they let Spencer go.Jerry could get hot for one of the WR's here too.

Sorry had to duck away, but I was leaning toward Okafor so no harm......I would still like a big body in the middle of the D-Line I just don't see the value.

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Tampa is looking to trade into the 2nd round. Will give a 3rd (73) and two 4ths (109 and 123).

Anyone interested?

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Patriots select LSU S Eric Reid

Not a "bad pick" at this point but I'd be surprised. McCourty is DONE as a CB but actulay looked ok at S after they went out and got Talib. If they do go on the D side of the ball( baring if they sign Talib plus at the CB position) I'd fully expect them to go with the best CB on the board.That said this is the Patriots we are talking about so it would probably be another Tight End or a Guard.

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Pick 50, The Chicago Bears select Travis Frederick, OG/C Wisconsin

No brainer here. Exactly the kind of guy this wussy Bears line needs. Will probably play guard but excelled at center.

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I'm here. Let me take a look at who has gone and I'll pick.

List of all players selected by position:

DEFENSE

DE - Barkevious Mingo, DE, LSU - Datone Jones, DE, UCLA - Cornellius "Tank" Carradine, DE, FSU - Alex Okafor, DE, Texas -

DT/NT - Kawann Short, DT, Purdue - John Jenkins, NT, UGA - Sheldon Richardson, DT, Mizzou - Sylvester Williams, DT, North Carolina - Star Lotulelei, DT, Utah - Jesse Williams, DT, Alabama - - Sharrif Floyd,DT, Florida - Jonathan Hankins, DT/NT - Ohio State

MLB - Arthur Brown, LB, Kansas State - Manti Te'o, LB, Notre Dame - Kevin Minter, MLB, LSU - Alec Ogletree, LB - Georgia

OLB - Jarvis Jones, LB, Georgia - Dion Jordan, DE/OLB, Oregon - Khaseem Greene, OLB, Rutgers - Ezekiel Ansah, DE/OLB, BYU - Damontre Moore, OLB, Texas A&M - Bjoern Werner, OLB, Florida St -

CB - Dee Milliner, CB, Alabama - Johnthan Banks, DB, Mississippi State - Xavier Rhodes, CB, Florida State - Desmond Trufant, CB, Washington -

S - Matt Elam, SS Florida. - Jonathan Cyprien, S, FIU - Kenny Vaccaro, S, Texas - Eric Reid, S, LSU -

==========================================================================

OFFENSE

QB - Matt Barkley, QB, USC- Geno Smith, QB, West Virginia - Ryan Nassib, QB, Syracuse -

RB - Giovani Bernard, RB, North Carolina - Eddie Lacy, RB, Alabama -

WR - Cordarrelle Patterson, WR, Tennessee - Tavon Austin, WR, WVU - Keenan Allen WR Cal -

TE - Tyler Eifert, TE, Notre Dame -

OT - Eric Fisher, OT, Central Michigan - Luke Joeckel, OT, Texas A&M - Menelik Watson, OT, Florida State - Lane Johnson, OT, Oklahoma - D.J. Fluker, OT Alabama -

OG - Chance Warmack, OG, Alabama - Larry Warford, OG, Kentucky - Barrett Jones, OL, Alabama - Jonathan Cooper, OG, North Carolina - Dallas Thomas, OG, Tennessee -

C - Travis Frederick, OG/C Wisconsin

EDIT: I think I caught all of the players now

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Good place to catch-up because we are at a point where Washington is up and we don't have a selector for the team from Washington.

Hopefully Andy or a fan from that team can step forward to make the pick. :banned:

Round 2

33. Jacksonville - jshare87 - Matt Elam, SS - Florida.

Barkevious Mingo, DE - LSU

34. Kansas City - Andy D - Matt Barkley, QB - Southern California

Chance Warmack, OG - Alabama

35. Philadelphia - Slider - Larry Warford, OG - Kentucky.

Eric Fisher, OT - Central Michigan

36. Detroit - Tem ramrod - Giovani Bernard, RB - North Carolina

Luke Joeckel, OT - Texas A&M

37. Cincinnati (from Oakland) - yellowdog - Arthur Brown - LB - Kansas State

Eddie Lacy, RB - Alabama

38. Arizona - ebaughn - Menelik Watson, OT - Florida State

Geno Smith, QB - West Virginia

-Cleveland Bracie Smathers - (2012 supplemental selection)

Jarvis Jones, LB - Georgia

39. NY Jets - Hell Toupee - Jonathan Cyprien, S - FIU

Dion Jordan, DE/OLB - Oregon

40. Tennessee - FUBAR - Kawann Short, DT - Purdue

Dee Milliner, CB - Alabama

41. Buffalo - Donsmith753 - Ryan Nassib, QB - Syracuse

Cordarrelle Patterson, WR - Tennessee

^TRADE 42. Miami trades pick to - San Francisco Spin - Johnthan Banks, DB - Mississippi State

Datone Jones, DE, UCLA

43. Tampa Bay - RJS113 - Tyler Eifert, TE - Notre Dame

Khaseem Greene - OLB - Rutgers

***TRADE 44. Carolina trades pick to Houston- meecrob- John Jenkins - NT - UGA

Tavon Austin, WR - WVU

- New Orleans - IHEARTFF - rule violation forfeit

Ezekiel Ansah DE/OLB - BYU

45. San Diego - Ray Finkle - Dallas Thomas, OG - Tennessee

Lane Johnson, OT - Oklahoma

46. St. Louis - tdmills - Barrett Jones, OL - Alabama

Kenny Vaccaro, S - Texas AND (from Chicago) - Keenan Allen WR Cal

47. Dallas - FunkyTeaParty - Alex Okafor, DE - Texas

Jonathan Cooper, OG - North Carolina

48. Pittsburgh - Evilgrin 72 - Jesse Williams, DT - Alabama

Damontre Moore, OLB - Texas A&M

49. NY Giants - amicsta - Kevin Minter, MLB - LSU

Sheldon Richardson, DT, Mizzou

50. Chicago - RBM - Travis Frederick, OG/C Wisconsin-

(from St. Louis) - Xavier Rhodes CB Florida State

51. Washington - ??? - -

- 000 - No first round selection

52. Minnesota - FunkyPlutos - -

Manti Te'o, LB - Notre Dame

53. Cincinnati - yellowdog - -

Eddie Lacy, Running Back - Alabama

54. Miami (from Indianapolis) - JackReacher - -

Bjoern Werner - OLB - Florida St

55. Green Bay - meyerj31 - -

D.J. Fluker, OT - OT Alabama

56. Seattle - biju - -

Sylvester Williams, DT - North Carolina

***TRADE 57. Houston trades pick to Carolina - jurb26- -

Star Lotulelei DT - Utah

58. Denver - rascal - -

Desmond Trufant, CB - Washington

59. New England - Tackling Dummies - -

Eric Reid, S - LSU

60. Atlanta - Andy D - -

Cornellius "Tank" Carradine, DE - FSU

^TRADE 61. San Francisco trades pick to- Miami - JackReacher - -

Bjoern Werner - OLB - Florida St

62. Baltimore - The Hank - -

Alec Ogletree, LB - Georgia

*Chicago trades down from 20 to 22 with St. Louis and acquires St. Louis 4th round draft pick

**Minnesota trades down from 23 to 27 with Houston and acquires Houstons 4th round pick

***Houston gives: 2(57), 3(89), 6(185)

***Carolina Gives: 2(44), 4(105) and a 2014 7th

^Miami gives 1(42)

^San Francisco gives 2(61), 3(74)

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I'm here. Let me take a look at who has gone and I'll pick.

List of all players selected by position:

DEFENSE

DE - Barkevious Mingo, DE, LSU - Datone Jones, DE, UCLA - Cornellius "Tank" Carradine, DE, FSU - Alex Okafor, DE, Texas -

DT/NT - Kawann Short, DT, Purdue - John Jenkins, NT, UGA - Sheldon Richardson, DT, Mizzou - Sylvester Williams, DT, North Carolina - Star Lotulelei, DT, Utah - Jesse Williams, DT, Alabama -

MLB - Arthur Brown, LB, Kansas State - Manti Te'o, LB, Notre Dame - Kevin Minter, MLB, LSU -

OLB - Jarvis Jones, LB, Georgia - Dion Jordan, DE/OLB, Oregon - Khaseem Greene, OLB, Rutgers - Ezekiel Ansah, DE/OLB, BYU - Damontre Moore, OLB, Texas A&M - Bjoern Werner, OLB, Florida St -

CB - Dee Milliner, CB, Alabama - Johnthan Banks, DB, Mississippi State - Xavier Rhodes, CB, Florida State - Desmond Trufant, CB, Washington -

S - Matt Elam, SS Florida. - Jonathan Cyprien, S, FIU - Kenny Vaccaro, S, Texas - Eric Reid, S, LSU -

==========================================================================

OFFENSE

QB - Matt Barkley, QB, USC- Geno Smith, QB, West Virginia - Ryan Nassib, QB, Syracuse -

RB - Giovani Bernard, RB, North Carolina - Eddie Lacy, RB, Alabama -

WR - Cordarrelle Patterson, WR, Tennessee - Tavon Austin, WR, WVU - Keenan Allen WR Cal -

TE - Tyler Eifert, TE, Notre Dame -

OT - Eric Fisher, OT, Central Michigan - Luke Joeckel, OT, Texas A&M - Menelik Watson, OT, Florida State - Lane Johnson, OT, Oklahoma - D.J. Fluker, OT Alabama -

OG - Chance Warmack, OG, Alabama - Larry Warford, OG, Kentucky - Barrett Jones, OL, Alabama - Jonathan Cooper, OG, North Carolina - Dallas Thomas, OG, Tennessee -

C - Travis Frederick, OG/C Wisconsin

I think your missing a couple players on the defensive side for sure. Shariff Floyd DT and Alec Ogeltree LB

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I'm here. Let me take a look at who has gone and I'll pick.

List of all players selected by position:

DEFENSE

DE - Barkevious Mingo, DE, LSU - Datone Jones, DE, UCLA - Cornellius "Tank" Carradine, DE, FSU - Alex Okafor, DE, Texas -

DT/NT - Kawann Short, DT, Purdue - John Jenkins, NT, UGA - Sheldon Richardson, DT, Mizzou - Sylvester Williams, DT, North Carolina - Star Lotulelei, DT, Utah - Jesse Williams, DT, Alabama -

MLB - Arthur Brown, LB, Kansas State - Manti Te'o, LB, Notre Dame - Kevin Minter, MLB, LSU -

OLB - Jarvis Jones, LB, Georgia - Dion Jordan, DE/OLB, Oregon - Khaseem Greene, OLB, Rutgers - Ezekiel Ansah, DE/OLB, BYU - Damontre Moore, OLB, Texas A&M - Bjoern Werner, OLB, Florida St -

CB - Dee Milliner, CB, Alabama - Johnthan Banks, DB, Mississippi State - Xavier Rhodes, CB, Florida State - Desmond Trufant, CB, Washington -

S - Matt Elam, SS Florida. - Jonathan Cyprien, S, FIU - Kenny Vaccaro, S, Texas - Eric Reid, S, LSU -

==========================================================================

OFFENSE

QB - Matt Barkley, QB, USC- Geno Smith, QB, West Virginia - Ryan Nassib, QB, Syracuse -

RB - Giovani Bernard, RB, North Carolina - Eddie Lacy, RB, Alabama -

WR - Cordarrelle Patterson, WR, Tennessee - Tavon Austin, WR, WVU - Keenan Allen WR Cal -

TE - Tyler Eifert, TE, Notre Dame -

OT - Eric Fisher, OT, Central Michigan - Luke Joeckel, OT, Texas A&M - Menelik Watson, OT, Florida State - Lane Johnson, OT, Oklahoma - D.J. Fluker, OT Alabama -

OG - Chance Warmack, OG, Alabama - Larry Warford, OG, Kentucky - Barrett Jones, OL, Alabama - Jonathan Cooper, OG, North Carolina - Dallas Thomas, OG, Tennessee -

C - Travis Frederick, OG/C Wisconsin

I think your missing a couple players on the defensive side for sure. Shariff Floyd DT and Alec Ogeltree LB
Thanks.

I EDITED the list, double check to make sure I got everyone.

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Dang good talent just left the board, give me a minute

True. This is a nice draft deep with talent. Should be fun to watch the real thing.
exactly why I think the Pack will be trading down if they can find someone to take their first pick for value. Tons of depth, nothing really great were they pick.

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I'm here. Let me take a look at who has gone and I'll pick.

List of all players selected by position:

DEFENSE

DE - Barkevious Mingo, DE, LSU - Datone Jones, DE, UCLA - Cornellius "Tank" Carradine, DE, FSU - Alex Okafor, DE, Texas -

DT/NT - Kawann Short, DT, Purdue - John Jenkins, NT, UGA - Sheldon Richardson, DT, Mizzou - Sylvester Williams, DT, North Carolina - Star Lotulelei, DT, Utah - Jesse Williams, DT, Alabama -

MLB - Arthur Brown, LB, Kansas State - Manti Te'o, LB, Notre Dame - Kevin Minter, MLB, LSU -

OLB - Jarvis Jones, LB, Georgia - Dion Jordan, DE/OLB, Oregon - Khaseem Greene, OLB, Rutgers - Ezekiel Ansah, DE/OLB, BYU - Damontre Moore, OLB, Texas A&M - Bjoern Werner, OLB, Florida St -

CB - Dee Milliner, CB, Alabama - Johnthan Banks, DB, Mississippi State - Xavier Rhodes, CB, Florida State - Desmond Trufant, CB, Washington -

S - Matt Elam, SS Florida. - Jonathan Cyprien, S, FIU - Kenny Vaccaro, S, Texas - Eric Reid, S, LSU -

==========================================================================

OFFENSE

QB - Matt Barkley, QB, USC- Geno Smith, QB, West Virginia - Ryan Nassib, QB, Syracuse -

RB - Giovani Bernard, RB, North Carolina - Eddie Lacy, RB, Alabama -

WR - Cordarrelle Patterson, WR, Tennessee - Tavon Austin, WR, WVU - Keenan Allen WR Cal -

TE - Tyler Eifert, TE, Notre Dame -

OT - Eric Fisher, OT, Central Michigan - Luke Joeckel, OT, Texas A&M - Menelik Watson, OT, Florida State - Lane Johnson, OT, Oklahoma - D.J. Fluker, OT Alabama -

OG - Chance Warmack, OG, Alabama - Larry Warford, OG, Kentucky - Barrett Jones, OL, Alabama - Jonathan Cooper, OG, North Carolina - Dallas Thomas, OG, Tennessee -

C - Travis Frederick, OG/C Wisconsin

I think your missing a couple players on the defensive side for sure. Shariff Floyd DT and Alec Ogeltree LB
Thanks.

I EDITED the list, double check to make sure I got everyone.

:thumbup:

thanks Bracie

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Well, this was not as easy as I thought it would be. Redskins could use a RT, a safety or 2 and a big time WR.

The premier OT and Safeties are gone, so they reunite RG3 with his deep threat from Baylor. 1st round talent slips to -

51. Washington - Terrance Williams, WR Baylor

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With their 2nd round pick the Minnesota Vikings select:DeAndre Hopkins, WR, ClemsonIt wouldn't surprise me at all if they took him in the 1st round. I was debating between Hopkins and Te'o in the first, but the WR depth is good so thought I would hold off on the WR and still got my guy. There is no doubt that they need a WR, so they need to draft at least one. I think they will keep Harvin for the slot and putting Hopkins out there with Jarius Wright (who played well at the end of last season) and Harvin with Kyle Rudolph at TE gives the Vikings some decent weapons in the passing game to complement Peterson's running game. I absolutely love what I have seen from this guy. He just makes plays and seems to be all business on the field. He has great hands and body control. Not a huge speed guy but that isn't what the Vikings need from him.

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Broncos looking to send our second and fifth to move up.

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Nice pick. Was debating between Hopkins/Williams. I think they're both very nice value at this point and I like them as much as the 1st round guys.

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I think the Cincy guy said to pick for him. Let me find the post.

Round 2

33. Jacksonville - jshare87 - Matt Elam, SS - Florida.

Barkevious Mingo, DE - LSU

34. Kansas City - Andy D - Matt Barkley, QB - Southern California

Chance Warmack, OG - Alabama

35. Philadelphia - Slider - Larry Warford, OG - Kentucky.

Eric Fisher, OT - Central Michigan

36. Detroit - Tem ramrod - Giovani Bernard, RB - North Carolina

Luke Joeckel, OT - Texas A&M

37. Cincinnati (from Oakland) - yellowdog - Arthur Brown - LB - Kansas State

Eddie Lacy, RB - Alabama

38. Arizona - ebaughn - Menelik Watson, OT - Florida State

Geno Smith, QB - West Virginia

-Cleveland Bracie Smathers - (2012 supplemental selection)

Jarvis Jones, LB - Georgia

39. NY Jets - Hell Toupee - Jonathan Cyprien, S - FIU

Dion Jordan, DE/OLB - Oregon

40. Tennessee - FUBAR - Kawann Short, DT - Purdue

Dee Milliner, CB - Alabama

41. Buffalo - Donsmith753 - Ryan Nassib, QB - Syracuse

Cordarrelle Patterson, WR - Tennessee

^TRADE 42. Miami trades pick to - San Francisco Spin - Johnthan Banks, DB - Mississippi State

Datone Jones, DE, UCLA

43. Tampa Bay - RJS113 - Tyler Eifert, TE - Notre Dame

Khaseem Greene - OLB - Rutgers

***TRADE 44. Carolina trades pick to Houston- meecrob- John Jenkins - NT - UGA

Tavon Austin, WR - WVU

- New Orleans - IHEARTFF - rule violation forfeit

Ezekiel Ansah – DE/OLB - BYU

45. San Diego - Ray Finkle - Dallas Thomas, OG - Tennessee

Lane Johnson, OT - Oklahoma

46. St. Louis - tdmills - Barrett Jones, OL - Alabama

Kenny Vaccaro, S - Texas AND (from Chicago) - Keenan Allen WR Cal

47. Dallas - FunkyTeaParty - Alex Okafor, DE - Texas

Jonathan Cooper, OG - North Carolina

48. Pittsburgh - Evilgrin 72 - Jesse Williams, DT - Alabama

Damontre Moore, OLB - Texas A&M

49. NY Giants - amicsta - Kevin Minter, MLB - LSU

Sheldon Richardson, DT, Mizzou

50. Chicago - RBM - Travis Frederick, OG/C - Wisconsin

(from St. Louis) - Xavier Rhodes CB Florida State

51. Washington - IHEARTFF - Terrance Williams, WR - Baylor

- 000 - No first round selection

52. Minnesota - FunkyPlutos - Deandre Hopkins, WR - Clemson

Manti Te'o, LB - Notre Dame

53. Cincinnati - yellowdog - -

Eddie Lacy, Running Back - Alabama

54. Miami (from Indianapolis) - JackReacher - -

Bjoern Werner - OLB - Florida St

55. Green Bay - meyerj31 - -

D.J. Fluker, OT - OT Alabama

56. Seattle - biju - -

Sylvester Williams, DT - North Carolina

***TRADE 57. Houston trades pick to Carolina - jurb26- -

Star Lotulelei – DT - Utah

58. Denver - rascal - -

Desmond Trufant, CB - Washington

59. New England - Tackling Dummies - -

Eric Reid, S - LSU

60. Atlanta - Andy D - -

Cornellius "Tank" Carradine, DE - FSU

^TRADE 61. San Francisco trades pick to- Miami - JackReacher - -

Bjoern Werner - OLB - Florida St

62. Baltimore - The Hank - -

Alec Ogletree, LB - Georgia

*Chicago trades down from 20 to 22 with St. Louis and acquires St. Louis’ 4th round draft pick

**Minnesota trades down from 23 to 27 with Houston and acquires Houston’s 4th round pick

***Houston gives: 2(57), 3(89), 6(185)

***Carolina Gives: 2(44), 4(105) and a 2014 7th

^Miami gives 1(42)

^San Francisco gives 2(61), 3(74)

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The Bengals are out for the night. If it comes to me, just pick me a good DB or DE.

Any Bengal fans want to take this one?

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The Bengals are out for the night. If it comes to me, just pick me a good DB or DE.

Any Bengal fans want to take this one?
Seattle would trade up with 56 and 153. Per draft pick values I'm trading 371.2 for 370.

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The Bengals are out for the night. If it comes to me, just pick me a good DB or DE.

Any Bengal fans want to take this one?
Seattle would trade up with 56 and 153. Per draft pick values I'm trading 371.2 for 370.
That seems fair to me. I say go ahead.

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Well, is there a good DB/DE worthy of this spot? That is what he wanted.

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Well, is there a good DB/DE worthy of this spot? That is what he wanted.

Sam Montgomery (DE) is probably the best value here.

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Well, is there a good DB/DE worthy of this spot? That is what he wanted.

Sam Montgomery (DE) is probably the best value here.
Your guy's call on this one. I'm not picking Montgomery at 53--I'm trying to get ahead of what I expect Miami's pick to be. And on top of that I highly doubt Miami goes Montgomery either since they have other, more pressing needs to fill.

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