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    Re: A look at the 2011 NFL draft

    [quote user="BlueSanta"][quote user="nycsportzfan"] I forgot a 6th rd pick, crap!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!LOL

    1. akeem ayers lb ucla
    2. davon house cb n.mex st
    3. jake kirkpatrick c t.c.u
    4. ross homan lb ohio st
    6. lee smith te marshall
    6. charles clay fb/te/rb/wr tulsa
    6. KYLE HIX RT TEXAS- a nice late rd sleeper RT player, with good size and expierence..
    7. davonte shannon ss buffalo
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    Looks good to me.

    Ive said there are guys I like more than Ayers in the 1st, though its not like I would cry if we selected him.

    Of course, you know I like Davonte Shannon. Im a big fan of Lee Smith, House and Kirkpatrick. Homan is not only exactly the type of player we need(43 old good in space) but he is exactly the type of class-act leader the Giants like to select. I do think A FB who can catch would be a nice addition to this team, so Clay would fit there.

    Overal, I can say I would be quite happy with this draft.








    [/quote] THanks santa.. I think Homan showed enough at the combine, as he blew it up, to make beleive see, he does not only get by on hustle, but also with great athletic ability, and speed... I think he had the best 10yrd split of any LB there as well.. U combine those numbers with solid instincts and a non stop motor, and u could get a surprise in this yrs draft... We need a ultra active WLB, and i think Homan is that guy.. With added Coaching, he should be able to really excel, at covering a zone, and making plays in all aspects... I see him being one of those guys, that just comes up with the big play, on a blitz, or Pick, or jarring hit of a wr or te over the middle.. He has a great head on his shoulders, and should be in positon to make plays often...

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    Re: A look at the 2011 NFL draft

    [quote user="nycsportzfan"][quote user="BlueSanta"][quote user="nycsportzfan"] I forgot a 6th rd pick, crap!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!LOL

    1. akeem ayers lb ucla
    2. davon house cb n.mex st
    3. jake kirkpatrick c t.c.u
    4. ross homan lb ohio st
    6. lee smith te marshall
    6. charles clay fb/te/rb/wr tulsa
    6. KYLE HIX RT TEXAS- a nice late rd sleeper RT player, with good size and expierence..
    7. davonte shannon ss buffalo
    [/quote]
    Looks good to me.

    Ive said there are guys I like more than Ayers in the 1st, though its not like I would cry if we selected him.

    Of course, you know I like Davonte Shannon. Im a big fan of Lee Smith, House and Kirkpatrick. Homan is not only exactly the type of player we need(43 old good in space) but he is exactly the type of class-act leader the Giants like to select. I do think A FB who can catch would be a nice addition to this team, so Clay would fit there.

    Overal, I can say I would be quite happy with this draft.








    [/quote] THanks santa.. I think Homan showed enough at the combine, as he blew it up, to make beleive see, he does not only get by on hustle, but also with great athletic ability, and speed... I think he had the best 10yrd split of any LB there as well.. U combine those numbers with solid instincts and a non stop motor, and u could get a surprise in this yrs draft... We need a ultra active WLB, and i think Homan is that guy.. With added Coaching, he should be able to really excel, at covering a zone, and making plays in all aspects... I see him being one of those guys, that just comes up with the big play, on a blitz, or Pick, or jarring hit of a wr or te over the middle.. He has a great head on his shoulders, and should be in positon to make plays often...
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    I think Homan and McCarthy are both gonna be draft day risers. Not huge names, but they might surprise some folks with where they go.

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    [quote user="Raptor22"][quote user="nycsportzfan"][quote user="BlueSanta"][quote user="nycsportzfan"] I forgot a 6th rd pick, crap!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!LOL

    1. akeem ayers lb ucla
    2. davon house cb n.mex st
    3. jake kirkpatrick c t.c.u
    4. ross homan lb ohio st
    6. lee smith te marshall
    6. charles clay fb/te/rb/wr tulsa
    6. KYLE HIX RT TEXAS- a nice late rd sleeper RT player, with good size and expierence..
    7. davonte shannon ss buffalo
    [/quote]
    Looks good to me.

    Ive said there are guys I like more than Ayers in the 1st, though its not like I would cry if we selected him.

    Of course, you know I like Davonte Shannon. Im a big fan of Lee Smith, House and Kirkpatrick. Homan is not only exactly the type of player we need(43 old good in space) but he is exactly the type of class-act leader the Giants like to select. I do think A FB who can catch would be a nice addition to this team, so Clay would fit there.

    Overal, I can say I would be quite happy with this draft.








    [/quote] THanks santa.. I think Homan showed enough at the combine, as he blew it up, to make beleive see, he does not only get by on hustle, but also with great athletic ability, and speed... I think he had the best 10yrd split of any LB there as well.. U combine those numbers with solid instincts and a non stop motor, and u could get a surprise in this yrs draft... We need a ultra active WLB, and i think Homan is that guy.. With added Coaching, he should be able to really excel, at covering a zone, and making plays in all aspects... I see him being one of those guys, that just comes up with the big play, on a blitz, or Pick, or jarring hit of a wr or te over the middle.. He has a great head on his shoulders, and should be in positon to make plays often...
    [/quote]

    I think Homan and McCarthy are both gonna be draft day risers. Not huge names, but they might surprise some folks with where they go.
    [/quote]i love mccarthy and would be thrilled if we landed him

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    Mike Mayock on Akeem Ayers:

    "when he has his hands off the line he seems lost to me, whether it be the run or the pass Akeem Ayers is not comfortable in when he is off the line. At this point in time he should be considered a 3-4 OLB"

    he also talked about how he lacked explosion at the combine, also talked about his lack of strength (18 reps at the combine) and talked about how that was more of a DB number... (CB Jimmy Smith had 25 reps)

    it seems as though the scouting process continues Akeem Ayers is proving to be more and more like Clint Sintim, that experiment failed, one can only hope the giants dont make that same mistake twice. Sintim fit Sherdians scheme and still failed. Can someone explain to me why the Giants would even be considering Ayers at 19? other then the fact that hes a LB?

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    Its not that I dont like Ayers, I just dont think he is a 1st round prospect for a 43 team.Today could go a long way to help him though. It's the UCLA pro day and we will see how he does. 40 time isnt that important to me as long as its serviceable, I want to see him improve his overal performance and show everyone the athleticism people were expecting to see last month.

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    [quote user="CGYgiant"]Mike Mayock on Akeem Ayers:

    "when he has his hands off the line he seems lost to me, whether it be the run or the pass Akeem Ayers is not comfortable in when he is off the line. At this point in time he should be considered a 3-4 OLB"

    he also talked about how he lacked explosion at the combine, also talked about his lack of strength (18 reps at the combine) and talked about how that was more of a DB number... (CB Jimmy Smith had 25 reps)

    it seems as though the scouting process continues Akeem Ayers is proving to be more and more like Clint Sintim, that experiment failed, one can only hope the giants dont make that same mistake twice. Sintim fit Sherdians scheme and still failed. Can someone explain to me why the Giants would even be considering Ayers at 19? other then the fact that hes a LB?
    [/quote] Mike Mayock said right after Ayers ran his 40 at the combine, " i don't care, i look at the tape with Ayers"... Also, he says right here, that hes a fit for either a 3/4 or 4/3 team..
    On the prospects from the Southern California schools:

    "Akeem Ayers, I've got him, I believe, as my No. 2 outside linebacker
    prospect. He's played both with his hand in the dirt and up. He played
    linebacker at UCLA. I think he's got first-round ability because of his
    natural ability to get to the quarterback. Most of the 3-4 teams are
    very interested in him, although I think he can play in a 4-3 scheme. So
    if you're scheme diverse, that's a good thing.

    Secondly, Rahim Moore, the free safety at UCLA, in a bad, bad safety
    year, he's the best safety out there. Whether or not that gets him in
    the first round, I don't know. ... He reminded me on tape a little bit
    of Earl Tomas. Not quite as good, but he's got great range. I think
    he'll fit somewhere late one to mid two."

    Ayers got a bad wrap simply because of the combine.. If u look at the overall performance of the kid, on the field, its a whole diffrent ball game.. His versatility is insane, as he lined up inside, outisde, and with hand in the dirt, and rushing off the edge, standing up.. He makes a ton of big plays, and that includes in coverege, where hes at least, held his own.. He looked good in the Drills at the combine,, and everyones in agreement there, if u go by the many many mock sites that actually talk about the drills, which they should....

    Again, i like Ayers, but don't take this the wrong way, as there is other players i like for the 1ts rd as well, but i get sick of hering about his combine, as he shows on film, he can do many things and plays just as Quick as say, Martez Wilson, on tape, because he knows what hes doing on a football field, as opposed to some fo these guys, who sure, might run fast, but look clueless on the field...

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    Re: A look at the 2011 NFL draft

    [quote user="BlueSanta"][quote user="nycsportzfan"] I forgot a 6th rd pick, crap!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!LOL

    1. akeem ayers lb ucla
    2. davon house cb n.mex st
    3. jake kirkpatrick c t.c.u
    4. ross homan lb ohio st
    6. lee smith te marshall
    6. charles clay fb/te/rb/wr tulsa
    6. KYLE HIX RT TEXAS- a nice late rd sleeper RT player, with good size and expierence..
    7. davonte shannon ss buffalo
    [/quote]
    Looks good to me.

    Ive said there are guys I like more than Ayers in the 1st, though its not like I would cry if we selected him.

    Of course, you know I like Davonte Shannon. Im a big fan of Lee Smith, House and Kirkpatrick. Homan is not only exactly the type of player we need(43 old good in space) but he is exactly the type of class-act leader the Giants like to select. I do think A FB who can catch would be a nice addition to this team, so Clay would fit there.

    Overal, I can say I would be quite happy with this draft.








    [/quote] As bored as i am... I was wondering santa, if i changed my 1st rder, to a O-lineman, which would essentially, change my whole mock, do u like it????????


    1. Gabe Carimi OT Wisconsin- obviously, the pop pick is castanzo, but i'm slowley starting to think someone gets him before we pick and both ty.smith and ant castanzo are off the board.. I was impressed with carimi this past season, and hes a run mauling machine, with great charechter and confidence...I think he kinda gets a bum wrap, as people say, hes not athletic enough for LT, but i dont agree, and think hes just athletic enough, to handle most DE's, and his pure strength and strong hands and punch are uncanny... I liked Bulaga alot last yr, and i have carimi just above him.. He tested well at the combine, and with a stellar winning career to boot, whats not to like? Again, i don't think he's a athletic freak, but more athletic then some give credit for... Bradshaw will love running to his side, that is for sure.. Also, if i'm wrong about the LT thing, he can be our future stud at RT, with Beatty hopefully being the other half of our bookends...

    2. Mason Foster LB Wash- a very involved LB, who really gets after it, has sideline to sideline capability, and solid instincts... Has the size, to hold up on the NFL level, and should be a 3down LB, and extremely good against the run.... I love this kid...

    3. Deandre McDaniel SS Clem- a value pick here.. No more worrying about Chad Jones recovery, and we get a steal here, who last yr was a shoe in for RD1-2 consideration.. Hes got size, and more then enough speed, and could really hold his own in that Deon Grant Hybrid role, in my opinion.. Alot of upside here, as McDaniel could end up as a pro bowl S, when said and done.. Reminds me alot of Kenny Phillips coming out, for his phyiscal nature, but probably has a edge in Ball Skills... Also, a force in run support.. Good form while tackling, and should be a all around safety, exceling in both pass and run support..

    4. John Moffitt G/C Wisconsin- a guy i freaking love, and had em mocked in RD 2, before a avg to bad combine.. It will certainly drop em(shoulden't), and i hope we pounce... with carimi and moffitt, we can really pound the rock, and Moffitt could develop into a C as well, as hes got some exp there.. Reese loves versatile players, and Moffitt has played all 3spots on the interior. Gives above avg Effort, on every play, and has a NY Giant phyisicallity to his play... A stronger version of Rich Seubert, in my opinion...

    6. Cortez Allen CB Citadel- A sleeper i like, with good size and speed, Allen had a somewhat down season, or at least, Quiet season, due mostly to teams trying to avoid his side of the field, and kinda got back on Radars with a good combine.. In time, could surprise, and become a solid Corner, with added ball skills.... Excels in Man Coverege, and has some versatiilty, as he was moved around the secondary, mostly due to teams trying to elimate him from plays...

    6. Lee Smith TE Marshall- See last mock

    6. Evan Royster RB Penn St- a tough between the tackles runner, who can catch outta the backfield, very well.. Theres some upside here, and he could turn into a stud in the right situation.. Good blocker as well.. Might not be the speediest of backs, but can gain the hard short yards, with a rugged style of running, and also be a weapon in the pass catching game...

    7. Dane Sazenbacher wr/kr Ohio St.- a blue collared player, who u take a chance on in these type rds, as u may just find a Wes Welker, Danny Woodhead type.. Always goes at 100pct, displays good hands, and if things work out, could become a big help, as a 3rd or 4th WR, in the slot, and on occasion, gets deep, and helps in return game... Gives it all, as a blocker as well..

    A bunch of blue collared players here, and the Run game is helped immensly, and theres some upside toward teh back end with guys like Royster and Sazenbacher... The oline is solitfyed with the Corn bread wisconsin boys(moffitt and carimi), and added blocking with Lee Smith, making Bradshaw and Jacobs very happy men...lol U get gigantic rd 3 value in Mcdaniel, as hes got RD 1/2 type potential, and u got a guy in Cotrez Allen, who when said and done, could possibly be a starter....

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