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    Enigma's Mock 2.0

    1st (19th overall) Datone Jones, DE, UCLA - This high? Yes because I'm predicting that this kid's stock will increase even further once he hits the combine and lines up with other DL prospects. Ansah is getting all of the hype (and rightfully so) but this kid offers better pass rushing ability off the edge and has more versatile ability for the defensive scheme Fewell likes to employ. He would be perfect at LDE opposite of JPP for years to come.

    2nd (49th overall) Shariff Floyd, DT, Florida - This team could use a pass rushing presence from the interior and outside of Austin (potentially), no one on the Dline really offers anything of that sort. Canty is a candidate for leaving the team in the future with his contract and Kuhn seems like a rotational player at best. Why not take advantage of a deep class?

    3rd (81st overall) Blidi Wreh-Wilson, CB, Connecticut - He displayed really good coverage at the SB and has the physical traits to take over on the outside opposite of Prince once Webster moves on after 2013. Should see time in nickel and dime packages his rookie season and could be the candidate to have a decent amount of Ints as teams challenge him. Prince and Wreh-Wilson on the outside with Hosley in the slot would be a solid CB unit heading into the future.

    4th (113th overall) Jamie Collins, OLB, Southern Miss - Dynamic rushing abilities off the edge, he translates really well to a situational pass rusher at the next level with the ability to get off blocks and burst into the backfield but also has the potential to drop back into space and play zone coverage with his fluid hips. Obvious project to develop him into a 3 down player but offers the potential to be a very versatile and destructive LBer in a 4-3.

    5th (145th overall) Michael Williams, TE, Alabama - I'm assuming we lose Bennett to FA here and Williams would be the perfect replacement to take over the run blocking duties that was provided to us last season. His stock rose yesterday as he made some crucial catches in the SB to show that he isn't just going to primarily play on the line in the NFL. If Robinson can pan out like Reese expects, we would have a good TE duo from this point on.

    6th (177th overall) Vince Williams, ILB, Florida State - Yeah I know you want a higher selection at inside linebacker but let's take a moment to reflect on what Vincey boy did yesterday: He showed excellent recognition of draw plays, sideline speed to be a factor in plays, and took advantage of a popped out ball to get the interception. If Reese thinks he can find a late round bargain at the position, he's going to take that all day long versus the early round selection.

    7th (209th overall) Mark Jackson, OL, Glenville State - Massive OL prospect that has good arm length and size at 6'6, he would be a developmental prospect that Coach Flaherty would love to get his hands on. Reminds me a lot of Phil Loadholt of the Vikings who just punishes his opponent in the run game.
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    Didn't pay much attention to Jones in the Senior bowl yesterday, but how did he look rushing from the edge?

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    While watching senior bowl practices Jones stood out with Okafor. I just dont see the Giants taking him that early. I rather Okafor personally but don't want a DE in the first two rounds. I want to see what Tratou and Tracy have as well as Kiwi moving to full time DE. Kiwi at Sam aggravates the heck out of me. This lb core as a whole is to slow to react and only Williams has speed to make up for it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheEnigma View Post
    1st (19th overall) Datone Jones, DE, UCLA - This high? Yes because I'm predicting that this kid's stock will increase even further once he hits the combine and lines up with other DL prospects. Ansah is getting all of the hype (and rightfully so) but this kid offers better pass rushing ability off the edge and has more versatile ability for the defensive scheme Fewell likes to employ. He would be perfect at LDE opposite of JPP for years to come.

    2nd (49th overall) Shariff Floyd, DT, Florida - This team could use a pass rushing presence from the interior and outside of Austin (potentially), no one on the Dline really offers anything of that sort. Canty is a candidate for leaving the team in the future with his contract and Kuhn seems like a rotational player at best. Why not take advantage of a deep class?

    3rd (81st overall) Blidi Wreh-Wilson, CB, Connecticut - He displayed really good coverage at the SB and has the physical traits to take over on the outside opposite of Prince once Webster moves on after 2013. Should see time in nickel and dime packages his rookie season and could be the candidate to have a decent amount of Ints as teams challenge him. Prince and Wreh-Wilson on the outside with Hosley in the slot would be a solid CB unit heading into the future.

    4th (113th overall) Jamie Collins, OLB, Southern Miss - Dynamic rushing abilities off the edge, he translates really well to a situational pass rusher at the next level with the ability to get off blocks and burst into the backfield but also has the potential to drop back into space and play zone coverage with his fluid hips. Obvious project to develop him into a 3 down player but offers the potential to be a very versatile and destructive LBer in a 4-3.

    5th (145th overall) Michael Williams, TE, Alabama - I'm assuming we lose Bennett to FA here and Williams would be the perfect replacement to take over the run blocking duties that was provided to us last season. His stock rose yesterday as he made some crucial catches in the SB to show that he isn't just going to primarily play on the line in the NFL. If Robinson can pan out like Reese expects, we would have a good TE duo from this point on.

    6th (177th overall) Vince Williams, ILB, Florida State - Yeah I know you want a higher selection at inside linebacker but let's take a moment to reflect on what Vincey boy did yesterday: He showed excellent recognition of draw plays, sideline speed to be a factor in plays, and took advantage of a popped out ball to get the interception. If Reese thinks he can find a late round bargain at the position, he's going to take that all day long versus the early round selection.

    7th (209th overall) Mark Jackson, OL, Glenville State - Massive OL prospect that has good arm length and size at 6'6, he would be a developmental prospect that Coach Flaherty would love to get his hands on. Reminds me a lot of Phil Loadholt of the Vikings who just punishes his opponent in the run game.
    Great talent all around but I do feel this years draft is an excellent opportunity to get younger on OL. Great talent at OT and G/C in the first 3 roumds and even in the 4 th if someone slips all the way. There's NFL ready guys in the first 3 rounds, I don't want more quick fixes, would be nice if Reese pulls the trigger on one stud OLmen.

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    I like Jones.. could play inside or outside in a 4-3, he could be the pick
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    looking at a bunch of mocks today.. Jones is in the 1st alot now
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    Quote Originally Posted by Carter.525 View Post
    looking at a bunch of mocks today.. Jones is in the 1st alot now
    provide some links please

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    Hmm... I had no idea he jumped that far in just one senior bowl game. I mocked him before the bowl game in the second round I think before most non informed knew who the kid was. Kind of happy he helped himself that much but was hoping he did just enough to be a value in the 2nd round where he would be available to us; call me greedy I guess.

    So the question is and highly improbable but sertainly not impossible.
    If Ansah is on the board along with Jones.
    Not who is the BPA pick but who is the better pick for what we are trying to do right now?

    Jones is a more polished DE with the ability to play DT
    Ansah is typicallly JPP ( Raw but talented with a relenteless motor)

    The thing with players like JPP is that they exploded on the scene with raw talent and get the best of the opposition, up until they game play to neutralize them, then they kind of hit a wall, as we saw this year with Paul. Do we need another Raw player who has trememdous upside or the more polished player with good upside, and a possible faster ability to improve his craft, during the season.

    I know this is not the pouplar thought process on these boards when it comes to Ziggy, but I want to look at all sectors of whats the best option at 19.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheEnigma View Post
    1st (19th overall) Datone Jones, DE, UCLA - This high? Yes because I'm predicting that this kid's stock will increase even further once he hits the combine and lines up with other DL prospects. Ansah is getting all of the hype (and rightfully so) but this kid offers better pass rushing ability off the edge and has more versatile ability for the defensive scheme Fewell likes to employ. He would be perfect at LDE opposite of JPP for years to come.

    2nd (49th overall) Shariff Floyd, DT, Florida - This team could use a pass rushing presence from the interior and outside of Austin (potentially), no one on the Dline really offers anything of that sort. Canty is a candidate for leaving the team in the future with his contract and Kuhn seems like a rotational player at best. Why not take advantage of a deep class?

    3rd (81st overall) Blidi Wreh-Wilson, CB, Connecticut - He displayed really good coverage at the SB and has the physical traits to take over on the outside opposite of Prince once Webster moves on after 2013. Should see time in nickel and dime packages his rookie season and could be the candidate to have a decent amount of Ints as teams challenge him. Prince and Wreh-Wilson on the outside with Hosley in the slot would be a solid CB unit heading into the future.

    4th (113th overall) Jamie Collins, OLB, Southern Miss - Dynamic rushing abilities off the edge, he translates really well to a situational pass rusher at the next level with the ability to get off blocks and burst into the backfield but also has the potential to drop back into space and play zone coverage with his fluid hips. Obvious project to develop him into a 3 down player but offers the potential to be a very versatile and destructive LBer in a 4-3.

    5th (145th overall) Michael Williams, TE, Alabama - I'm assuming we lose Bennett to FA here and Williams would be the perfect replacement to take over the run blocking duties that was provided to us last season. His stock rose yesterday as he made some crucial catches in the SB to show that he isn't just going to primarily play on the line in the NFL. If Robinson can pan out like Reese expects, we would have a good TE duo from this point on.

    6th (177th overall) Vince Williams, ILB, Florida State - Yeah I know you want a higher selection at inside linebacker but let's take a moment to reflect on what Vincey boy did yesterday: He showed excellent recognition of draw plays, sideline speed to be a factor in plays, and took advantage of a popped out ball to get the interception. If Reese thinks he can find a late round bargain at the position, he's going to take that all day long versus the early round selection.

    7th (209th overall) Mark Jackson, OL, Glenville State - Massive OL prospect that has good arm length and size at 6'6, he would be a developmental prospect that Coach Flaherty would love to get his hands on. Reminds me a lot of Phil Loadholt of the Vikings who just punishes his opponent in the run game.
    Okafor's stock might drop into the early second round. so I have no problem with your first pick, couple him with floyd that a good complimentary pick. If I made a mock off of yesterday it would of been K.Short and Dtone jones. my only question does his stock rise far enoguh to make the top 20. hes currently early-mid 2nd round right now i believe.
    I would of liked it more in you added an OL in the 4th instead of a OLB, or another CB for depth/injury insurance.
    all in all solid realistic mock. I like.
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