Page 2 of 7 FirstFirst 1234 ... LastLast
Results 11 to 20 of 66

Thread: SA Mock Draft Version 2

          
   
   
    Bookmark and Share
  1. #11
    SA First Blitzburgh Blitzburgh55's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jul 2006
    Location
    Morgantown,WV/Yardley,PA
    Posts
    3,854
    Houston Texans select OL Levi Brown
    Height: 6-51/2 | Weight: 323 | 40-Time: 5.39

    The Texans need an olineman so bad i think everyone saw what happen to daivd carr and if Matt is ever gonna do something with the texans he needs some to block so he can throw the ball

    Has excellent size with a huge frame and long arms...A superb athlete with good quickness for his size...Moves well and has nimble feet...Once he is able to lock on it's over...Slides well and can handle speed off the edge...Strong and able to stun with his initial punch...Solid run blocker who gets a pretty good push...Has 4 years of starting experience versus top competition...Smart, hard working and a leader.

  2. #12
    SA's #1 Pirates Fan Tetris Champion Black@Gold Forever32's Avatar
    Join Date
    Aug 2006
    Location
    Michigan City, IN
    Posts
    12,977
    My Mood
    Mad
    With the 11th pick in the SA Mock Draft the San Francisco 49ers select

    Alan Branch DT/Michigan

    HT-6/5
    WT-324

    The 49ers have a bigtime need for a NT for their 3-4 scheme that Coach Mike Nolan runs. I thought about OLB or WR for the 49ers since those are needs as well but Branch fills a need and is the best NT in this draft.

    Consistently clogs the middle. Sheds one-on-one blocks and makes tackles at the line of scrimmage. Holds his ground against double-teams to keep linebackers clean to make the play. When bull rushing aggressively, can drive linemen into the quarterback's lap and finish sacks with one arm. Lacks burst off the snap to shoot gaps. Has no real moves other than the bull rush. Gets hands up to tip passes when not close enough to hit the quarterback. Is good at getting set and taking on blocks at the line of scrimmage. Lacks the explosiveness to shoot gaps and penetrate the backfield consistently.

    Identifies plays quickly, and then locates the ball. Despite good instincts, doesn't make much of an impact against the pass. Plays surprisingly fast to chase down running backs between the tackles, but lacks the elite speed to make plays toward the sidelines. Is strong, and has long arms to tackle well. Can pull ballcarriers to the ground even when in bad position.

  3. #13
    The Absolute Truth Koopa's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jul 2006
    Location
    Kingsville, Texas
    Posts
    9,321
    My Mood
    Ratbirds
    Buffalo Bills select Marshawn Lynch RB Cal

    HT 5'11
    WT 217

    the bills traded willis mcgahee and now have no one to carry the load, lynch can come in and start right away to help the not so good qb they have

    Lynch is the total package. He has very good size for a running back, and he is a good interior runner. He attacks the hole, and has the ability to break tackles. Once through the hole, he has the elusiveness to make people miss, and the speed to outrun defenders. Lynch has the big play ability that teams crave, but the steady ability to run between the tackles. He has also shown the ability to catch the ball out of the backfield and make things happen.
    "SA, it's more than a FEVER it's an ADDICTION" -BlacknGold Bleeder

  4. #14
    K Train's Avatar
    Join Date
    Sep 2006
    Location
    In hell
    Posts
    17,945
    with the 13 pick the rams select

    Amobi Okoye DT Louisville

    6-2 302

    Extremely strong...A solid athlete with good measurables...Stout against the run and is able to take on multiple blockers...Gets a good push and will collapse the pocket...Is able to shed blocks and clog up the middle...Shows great instincts for the game and is still developing...Smart player who is mature beyond his years and wants to improve...Quick and will penetrate and rush the passer...Still has a ton of potential and he could really be physically molded by a pro strength coach.

    Rams defense is sorry, always has been, this guy is a rock and has a can get after the QB while being solid in the run game

  5. #15
    SA First Blitzburgh Blitzburgh55's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jul 2006
    Location
    Morgantown,WV/Yardley,PA
    Posts
    3,854
    Carolina Panther Take

    GREG OLSEN
    Height: 6-57/8 | Weight: 254 | 40-Time: 4.51

    At one time Wesley Walls was a crucial piece of the Panthers offense but in recent years offensive coordinator Dan Henning deemphasized the position and as a result they just don't have a great weapon there now. However, Henning is now gone and his replacement Jeff Davidson wants to integrate the tight end back into the passing game so with that being the case Greg Olsen would make a lot of sense here. Even though Olsen struggled as a junior due in large part to poor quarterback play his stock is on the rise now after a sensational workout at the Combine in which he wan a 4.51 forty. In a down year for the tight end position Olsen is easily the cream of the crop and perhaps the one guy available who can stretch the seam vertically. This may be a slight reach but Carolina, Green Bay and Cincinnati could all consider him in the Top 20 and if you want an impact tight end this may be your first and last chance to get him. LaRon Landry and Levi Brown would garner strong consideration if available too but when you consider how much better Olsen is than the other tight end alternatives he may be real tough to pass up.

    Has ideal height as well as the frame to get bigger...He has very good hands...A terrific athlete with fantastic timed speed...Runs excellent routes and knows how to get open...A much better blocker than he is given credit for...Can create after the catch...Somewhat of a wide receiver in a tight end's body and was really the Hurricanes top target at times...Still has some upside...Is also able to long-snap.

  6. #16
    SA's Bouncer
    DIESELMAN's Avatar
    Join Date
    Dec 2006
    Location
    Brandenburg, Ky.
    Posts
    7,492
    My Mood
    Addicted
    With the 15th pick of the 2007 SA Mock Draft the Pittsburgh Steelers select:

    Anthony Spencer DE Purdue


    Ht: 6'3
    Wt: 266

    Bottom line is we need a playmaker who has the ability to disrupt the OL, get sacks and create havoc in the backfield. I've been researching for a couple of days now on who would be able to do all this. Spencer is the one who fits the bill.

    Spencer had a tremendously productive college career. He was a three year starter and has always been a sack master. Decent size and strength. Excellent speed. Quick feet. Good technique. Shows a variety of pass rush moves. Has the necessary tools to play outside linebacker in a 3-4 defense. Is a pass rush extraordinaire. Makes up ground in a hurry and always is near the ball. High motor and plays at 110%. Chooses lanes wisely and won't waste movements.


    If you don’t stand behind our troops.....Please feel free to stand in front of them!!!


    "Give me a 6 pack, half hour of rest and lets go play them again....We can beat them."
    --Jack Lambert

    "They say that when you're the champs, everybody will try to beat you. Well, I'm glad we're the champs, so bring 'em on, bring 'em all on. If we die, we ain't gonna die running. It's gonna be a fight."
    --Joe Greene

  7. #17
    Dayton Steel BB2W's Avatar
    Join Date
    Aug 2006
    Location
    Your Mom's
    Posts
    2,180
    With the 16th pick in the SA Mock Draft the Green Bay Packers select:

    Reggie Nelson S/Florida

    HT: 5-11 WT: 200

    In a perfect world there would be a stud runningback worthy of taking this early, but there isn't. The Packers could use help in a lot of areas but you can't miss with Nelson...

    Great athlete with the best ball skills of any defensive back in the draft. He is a great leaper who plays the ball at it's highest point, shows great body control. He plays hard and hits harder... he may be small but he embraces the position and plays with a mean disposition. His ability to read and react is "Ed Reed-like". Nelson is a couple inches and a few pounds shy of everthing you want in a safety.



  8. #18
    K Train's Avatar
    Join Date
    Sep 2006
    Location
    In hell
    Posts
    17,945
    With the 17th pick the jaguars select Patrick Willis ILB Miss

    6-1 242

    A very good athlete...Has excellent instincts...Good speed and quickness with the range to go sideline-to-sideline...A big hitter and reliable tackler...Is strong and powerful...Was extremely productive...Versatile and could conceivably play either inside or outside...Good pass rusher on blitzes...Tough guy who will do whatever it takes to get on the field...Hard worker and a leader with top-notch intangibles.

    The jags are stunned he fell this far, take him with no hesitation to make an already stingy defense even better, and with peterson going down with a knee injury last year, this just bolsters their depth

  9. #19
    SA First Blitzburgh Blitzburgh55's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jul 2006
    Location
    Morgantown,WV/Yardley,PA
    Posts
    3,854
    The Bengals Take CB Leon Hall
    Height: 5-111/4 | Weight: 193 | 40-Time: 4.39

    The Bengals need help at defense alot and they are very thin at CB. And I feel he is the best CB in the draft

    Very good size...A smooth athlete with fluid hips and great quickness...Physical, tough and aggressive...Does an outstanding job in run support and is a reliable tackler...A playmaker with great hands and ball skills...Very smart with excellent instincts and awareness...Is technically and fundamentally sound...Versatile and has also seen some action at safety...Hard worker with premier intangibles...Has a lot of experience against Big Ten competition...Answered questions regarding his timed speed at the Combine...Also offers some potential as a punt returner.

  10. #20
    The Absolute Truth Koopa's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jul 2006
    Location
    Kingsville, Texas
    Posts
    9,321
    My Mood
    Ratbirds
    Titans select Robert Meachem WR Tennessee

    HT 6'2
    WT 214

    reason: this was a very hard pick because of what happened with pac man jones being a complete waste of talent, because now they also have a pressing need at the corner........but in the end, the great vince young needs help on offense, he has a 800 pound running back and then a bunch of reject wr's, so picking a local talent will feel a need........he's has nice size, very nice speed.....he will be what vince was missing last year and that's a true number 1 target.........they could also go with jarrett but he's slipped a lot with poor workouts, or they could go with bowe, but i feel Robert Meachem, we end up being better then them............

    Has terrific timed speed and quickness with a burst...Excellent size and he knows how to use it...Has a pretty solid build and the frame to bulk up further...Has long arms...Elusive and runs well after the catch...Shows some power and he'll break tackles...Has big hands and will snatch the ball out of the air...A big play threat in the vertical passing game...Coming off his best season and still has some upside.
    Last edited by Koopa; 04-12-2007 at 10:15 PM.
    "SA, it's more than a FEVER it's an ADDICTION" -BlacknGold Bleeder

Thread Information

Users Browsing this Thread

There are currently 1 users browsing this thread. (0 members and 1 guests)

Similar Threads

  1. Finally! A mock that I like
    By BlackGold4vr in forum Steelers War Room
    Replies: 5
    Last Post: 03-01-2008, 08:42 AM
  2. Another mock draft has us taking Otah
    By BlackGold4vr in forum Steelers War Room
    Replies: 1
    Last Post: 01-24-2008, 03:43 PM
  3. Sign Up for SA Mock Draft version 2
    By Koopa in forum Steelers War Room
    Replies: 40
    Last Post: 04-27-2007, 12:56 AM
  4. First Annual TSZ Mock Draft Contest
    By Steelx in forum Steelers War Room
    Replies: 7
    Last Post: 03-05-2007, 01:38 PM

Posting Permissions

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts
  •