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Mock Draft 6.0

Discussion in 'MOCK DRAFTS' started by FRO, Mar 28, 2014.

  1. FRO Well-Known Member

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    Goal:
    To build up the offensive line and fix the secondary. The team took off with a power run approach. With better line play the approach will work even better. A dominant run game and great defense has been a winning formula as proven by Seattle.

    Sign:
    - Alex Carrington DT Buffalo- Young talented DT who provides much needed DT depth. Fits Waufle's mold of a defensive lineman.

    - Shaun Hill QB Detroit- One of the best backup QBs in the league. Fills a much needed hole behind Bradford.

    - Kenny Britt WR Tennessee- One year prove it deal. If he can play to his abilities then we win big.

    - Davin Joseph OG Tampa Bay- Competes for a starting job. Much needed veteran depth.

    Trade:
    - Isaiah Pead to Denver for Ronnie Hillman- Teams swap disappointing RBs. Hillman will compete for the speed RB spot.

    - Second overall pick to Atlanta for 2014 first and second and 2015 first- Atlanta is all in for this year. They move up to get Clowney.

    Draft:
    Round 1 Pick 6- Greg Robinson OT Auburn- Robinson fits what we want to do very well. We are going to pound the ball down the opponents throat. Robinson is a mauler in the run game with the physical ability to develop into a great pass protector. Boudreau will get to develop this talented young player.

    Round 1 Pick 13- Ha'Sean Clinton-Dix FS Alabama- Clinton-Dix played 2013 with a torn meniscus. He was great in 2012 when fully healthy. He has the physical ability to be an elite FS. Good size, instincts, range and flexibility.

    Round 2 Pick 5- Xavier Su'a-Filo OG UCLA- An absolute monster in the run game. Opens massive holes. Gets to the second level very quick. Great at pulling. Good in pass protection.

    Round 2 Pick 12- Bradley Roby CB Ohio State- Athletic, aggressive CB. Has a mean streak that fits a Gregg Williams defense. Is a great blitzer. Can be a good special teams player and slot CB.

    Round 3 Pick 11- Phillip Gaines CB Rice- A great size, speed, production combination. Great coverage ability.

    Round 4 pick 10- Jordan Zumwalt OLB UCLA- A heavy hitter. Fits the Williams/Fisher scheme well. Can be a core special teams guy. He is all over the field and loves to hit.

    Round 5 Pick 13- Seantrel Henderson OT Miami- Here is a developmental project for Boudreau. This guy has the ability to be a dominate RT. A boom or bust pick with great upside.

    Round 6 Pick 12- Ryan Carrethers DT Arkanas State- A big run stuffing DT for the rotation.

    Round 6 Pick 38- Tom Savage QB Pittsburgh- A developmental QB with very good abilities and upside.

    Round 7 Pick 11- JC Copeland FB LSU- A big bruising FB that will help open holes in the run game.

    Round 7 Pick 26- Jordan Najvar TE Baylor- A blocking TE with good hands. Competes for the 4th TE spot.

    Round 7 Pick 34- Henry Josey RB Missouri- Injuries have pushed him this low. Has nice ability and upside. Competes for the speed back job.

    Round 7 Pick 35- Stephon Roberson LB James Madison- LB depth and special teams player.

    QB- Sam Bradford
    RB- Zac Stacy
    FB- Corey Harkey/JC Copeland
    TE- Jared Cook
    TE- Lance Kendricks
    WR- Tavon Austin
    WR- Stedman Bailey
    WR- Kenny Britt/Chris Givens/Brian Quick
    LT- Jake Long
    LG- Xavier Su'a-Filo/Davin Joseph
    C- Scott Wells
    RG- Rodger Saffold
    RT- Greg Robinson

    DE- Robert Quinn
    DE- Chris Long
    DT- Kendall Langford
    DT- Michael Brockers
    WLB- Alec Ogletree
    MLB- James Laurinaitis
    SLB- Jo-Lonn Dunbar
    CB- Janoris Jenkins
    CB- Trumaine Johnson
    CB- Bradley Roby/Phillip Gaines
    FS- Ha'Sean Clinton-Dix
    SS- TJ McDonald

    K- Greg Zuerline
    P- Johnny Heckker

    RGIII Trade Returns:
    Michael Brockers
    Janoris Jenkins
    Isaiah Pead
    Rok Watkins
    Alec Ogletree
    Stedman Bailey
    Zac Stacy
    Greg Robinson
    Xavier Su'a-Filo
    Atlanta's 2015 first round pick
     
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  2. Flipper_336 Well-Known Member

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    Love it, although I doubt XSF lasts that long.
     
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  3. Rams and Gators Well-Known Member Pit Boss

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    Don't see Atlanta giving up that much.

    Hate Roby.
     
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  4. Cullen Bryant Well-Known Member

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    I like the idea of getting Robinson and Su'a-Filo
     
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  5. chefRAMzy New Member

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    Instead of two cbs maybe with one of the picks a wr. don't need to be in 2nd since it's pretty deep but I'm pretty sure they'll be a quality wr in the third
     
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  6. SierraRam Recreational User

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    Nice mock - I like most of it. The o-line is fixed!

    One tweak: Take Dennard or Gilbert instead of Dix at #13. Get S Jimmie Ward or Bucannon with one of the CB picks

    We're good to go...
     
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  7. den-the-coach Well-Known Member

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    Far too late for QB Rams will draft one in the 3rd or 4th round with more upside than Savage IMO. I also believe at 13 if they go secondary, it will be a CB not a safety as IMO the Rams will draft safety a tad later.
     
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  8. laramsoriginal Well-Known Member

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    Would absolutely love that scenario. I've been pushing for the same draft picks for awhile
     
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  9. jrry32 Well-Known Member

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    I like the Hillman trade. Creative and feasible.
     
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