01-07-2013, 11:55 PM
Also, Eddie Lacy is ridiculous. IMO, he is just as good as T-Rich. Probably a little less speed but he has better vision. He will be the best RB in the class. He reminds me of a young Ottis Anderson.
01-08-2013, 12:00 AM
Anyone really surprised by this game?
01-08-2013, 12:01 AM
I thought notre dame could tackle better than this
Originally Posted by Buddy333
I still think Nix and Tuitt are top 5 picks. Teo is a mid-late first and a starter. But not a dominant player like so many people thought.
01-08-2013, 12:10 AM
Eh, maybe, but that OL is dominating their entire defense. This is a great audition for them going into he NFL.
01-08-2013, 12:18 AM
Who is the nix from Kent st
01-08-2013, 06:44 AM
heres the list of under class men to declare there going pro so far.. Its a monster list and has this draft as deep as i've seen in some time.. Also don't forget there are 2teams missing picks in 2nd rd with browns using theres in supplamental and saints for bounty gate losing theres...
QB Tyler Bray, Tennessee (QB#7, Overall #60) Blog | Player Profile
RB Giovani Bernard, North Carolina (RB #1, Overall #41) Blog | Player Profile
RB Marcus Lattimore, South Carolina (RB #6, Overall #88) Blog | Player Profile
RB Le'Veon Bell, Michigan State (RB #8, Overall #107) Blog | Player Profile
RB Jawan Jamison, Rutgers (RB #10, Overall #130) Blog | Player Profile
RB Knile Davis, Arkansas (RB #25, Overall #371) Blog | Player Profile
RB Spencer Ware, LSU (RB #26, Overall #382) Blog | Player Profile
RB Michael Ford, LSU
RB Stefphon Jefferson, Nevada (RB #27, Overall #389) Player Profile
RB Trabis Ward, Tennessee State (RB #44, Overall #575) Player Profile
WR Keenan Allen, California (WR #1, Overall #16) Blog | Player Profile
WR Robert Woods, Southern Cal (WR#4, Overall #31) Blog | Player Profile
WR Cordarrelle Patterson, Tennessee (WR #5, Overall #37) Blog | Player Profile
WR Justin Hunter, Tennessee (WR#7, Overall #47) Player Profile
WR Da'Rick Rogers, Tennessee Tech (WR #8, Overall #50) Blog | Player Profile
WR Stedman Bailey, West Virginia (WR#13, Overall #93) Player Profile
WR Kenny Stills, Oklahoma (WR #14, Overall #99) Blog | Player Profile
TE Tyler Eifert, Notre Dame (TE #1, Overall #23) Blog | Player Profile
TE Zach Ertz, Stanford (TE #2, Overall #39) Player Profile
TE Jordan Reed, Florida (TE #3, Overall #76) Blog | Player Profile
TE Dion Sims, Michigan State (TE #5, Overall #112) Blog | Player Profile
TE Gavin Escobar, San Diego State (TE #7, Overall #145) Player Profile
TE Levine Toilolo, Stanford (TE #8) Player Profile
OT Justin Pugh, Syracuse (OT #10, Overall #83) Player Profile
OG Alvin Bailey, Arkansas (OG #5, Overall #118) Player Profile
OC Travis Frederick, Wisconsin (OC #2, Overall #59) Blog | Player Profile
DE Bjoern Werner, Florida State (DE #1, Overall #2) Player Profile
DE Damontre Moore, Texas A&M (DE #2, Overall #6) Blog | Player Profile
DE Sam Montgomery, LSU (DE #3, Overall #7) Player Profile
DE Corey Lemonier, Auburn (DE #10, Overall #82) Blog | Player Profile
DE William Gholston, Michigan State (DE #13, Overall #117) Blog | Player Profile
DE Joe Kruger, Utah (DE #17, Overall #166) Player Profile
DT Johnathan Hankins, Ohio State (DT #2, Overall #14) Blog | Player Profile
DT Sheldon Richardson, Missouri (DT #3, Overall #17) Blog | Player Profile
DT Sharrif Floyd, Florida (DT #6, Overall #38) Blog | Player Profile
DT Akeem Spence, Illinois (DT #9, Overall #90) Blog | Player Profile
DT Bennie Logan, LSU (DT # 10, Overall #101) Player Profile
LB Jarvis Jones, Georgia (OLB #1, Overall #3) Blog | Player Profile
LB Barkevious Mingo, LSU (OLB #2, Overall #7) Player Profile
LB Kevin Minter, LSU (ILB #2, Overall #24) Blog | Player Profile
LB Alec Ogletree, Georgia (ILB #3, Overall #81) Blog | Player Profile
LB Jelani Jenkins, Florida (OLB #10, Overall #103) Player Profile
CB Xavier Rhodes, Florida State (CB #2, Overall #19) Blog | Player Profile
CB Logan Ryan, Rutgers (CB #6, Overall #61) Blog | Player Profile
CB David Amerson, NC State (CB #8, Overall #83) Player Profile
CB Tharold Simon, LSU (CB #12, Overall #121) Blog | Player Profile
CB Tyrann Mathieu, LSU (CB #23, Overall #187) Blog | Player Profile
CB Mike Edwards, Hawaii (CB #27, Overall #219) Blog | Player Profile
S Matt Elam, Florida (SS #1, Overall #24) Blog | Player Profile
S Eric Reid, LSU (FS #1, Overall #33) Blog | Player Profile
S Tony Jefferson, Oklahoma (FS #4, Overall #84) Blog | Player Profile
P Brad Wing, LSU (P #1, Overall #162) Blog | Player Profile
Current Underclassmen Total:
01-08-2013, 07:12 AM
My Mock with all the new jr's declaring and draft order being more clear and college season being over would be like this as of now...
Picking 19th overall..
1). Ezekiahl Ansah DE BYU- I think Warmack will be gone, and its a toss up between Ogletree, Ansah, and Fisher as to who i would draft here.. I went with Ansah, becuase we might just have a shot at Minter in RD 2, and DE drops off signicantly after early rd's...
2). Khaseem Greene OLB Rutgers- Just flat out dominated his bowl game, and is a sensational physical LB who would be our first legit LB prospect in quite some time that we drafted, outside of Sintim, who some debated even then, that he was more of a 3/4 guy.. Greene brings attitude to defense, and playmaking ability...
3). Levine Toilolo TE Stanford- Finally, i think we have our future TE and one who is worthy of keeping around for yrs to come, and has size to be a force as a blocker and the pass catching skills to be one of ELI's better weapons.. Easily would of been a 2nd rder, had he returned, so i like the value..
4). Darius Slay CB Miss St.- Hes quietly moving up draft boards, and rightfully so.. Hes got great size, athletic ability, speed combanation, and if not for Jon Banks, would be more well known around the country..
5). Blaize Foltz G TCU- A solid player with good size and expierence.. Foltz did a nice job for the horned frogs this past season and would be solid value mid 5th rd, and i believe he has starters potential..
6). Earl Wolff SS NC State- One of my sleepers from start of season, when i coulden't believe most mock sites had em as a 7th rd- UDF type pick.. Now hes moved up to 5-6 range, and its about time the leader of the NC ST secondary(yes, it is him and not amerson) is getting some respect.. Santaman also likes Wolff, and if u watch em, he plays smart and savy, can hit, and seems to always be around the ball..
7). Dennis Johnson RB Arkansas- I like this kid as a 3rd down back, who can catch , and do diffrent things for ya.. Short and stocky build similar to the doug martins, and MJD's, i believe he would make a nice comp back for David WIlson going forward..
01-08-2013, 09:34 AM
Excellent mock. I am not a big Ansah fan and thats the only pick I would change. I think Okafor would be there with Ansah and I think he will be the better pro despite having less athletic tools. Also, I don't think Dennis Johnson would be there in the 7th but this mock would be very good.
Originally Posted by nycsportzfan
01-08-2013, 05:25 PM
Originally Posted by nycsportzfan
And I seriously doubt we pick a TE in the first three picks.
I also don't think we pick a LB until the 4th or later unless there is some amazing value.
01-08-2013, 11:52 PM
I don't know man.. LB is a huge need for us, and Greene is everything we lack in a LB.. Hes physical, can make plays, tackles well..etc THis guy is a borderline 1st rd talent, and i think this is the yr we scoop up one of hte top LB's as its such a weak spot with so little in the way of young talent, that we need to do something.. Greene is a solid value pick and i see him as at least as good as Bobby Wagner and Lavonte David, who were both 2nd rd picks...
Originally Posted by Kruunch