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Trons Tradesanity Superbowl Bound Mock V.3

Discussion in 'MOCK DRAFTS' started by Tron, Jan 28, 2014.

  1. Tron

    Tron Fights for the User

    Jun 1, 2013
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    Release -
    Chris Williams

    Sign -
    Rodger Saffold

    Trade #1-
    Rams trade #2 to Cleveland
    Receive - #4, #26, #102

    Trade #2-
    Rams trade #4 to Minnesota
    Receive - #8, #40

    Trade #3-
    Rams trade #13 to Dallas
    Receive - #16, #81

    Trade #4-
    Rams trade #26 and #81 to Dolphins
    Receive - #19

    Trade #5-
    Rams trade #40 and #102 and #106 to Saints
    Receive - #27

    1.08 - Sammy Watkins WR, Clemson
    Potential to be a #1 WR. Explosive and will help lift our offense to greater heights.

    1.16 - Calvin Pryor FS, Louisville
    Hard hitting, great vision, great closing speed, ball hawk beast of a safety that we need.

    1.19 - Zack Martin OG/OT, Notre Dame
    Our new left guard who is a mauler. Can be moved outside to tackle if needed.

    1.27 - Justin Gilbert CB, Oklahoma State
    Playmaking CB. Behing Tru and JJ we don't have much. With Finny gone we need a replacement CB/NB to be really good. Gilbert is that man.

    2.44 - Ryan Shazier OLB, Ohio State
    Our new OLB to team up with Jlau and Tree. Shazier is a stuf with great sp[eed and quickness. A great tackler with good coverage skills who can rush the passer if asked to. Might not make it to this point, but still lots of time till the draft so its possible.

    3.74 - Billy Turner OT/OG, North Dakota State
    Turner is a small school prospect but has great talent. Under Boudreau he will become a stud and eventually a starting tackle or guard for us.

    5.135 - Caraun Reid DT, Princeton
    Good against the run and rushing the passer. Depth and potential rotational tackle.

    6.166 - Preston Brown ILB, Louisville
    We don't really have much depth at MLB, so this solves that problem
    7.196 - Spencer Long G, Nebraska
    I am not a fan of our current guard depth. Williams and Smith are not that good, they are decent backups for a few snaps but nothing beyond that. Long is a stud whos draft stock fell due to a torn ACL in Oct.

    7.000 - Andre Hal CB, Vanderbilt
    Can't have to much CB depth as we all know.

    UDFA of note-
    Kapri Bibbs RB, Colorado State
    Marcus Williams RB, North Dakota State
    Trey Burton FB/TE/WR, Florida

    Offensive line taken care of, #1 wr taken care of, defense now a top 5 defense.

    Thanks for reading, any input or thoughts are welcome.
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