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MadDog's Final 256 Board

Originally posted by 49oz2superbowl:
Here is MadDog's 7 days till draft 256 board with the players left (thanks MadDog), the left column is the pick in the draft and the number before the player name is MadDog's ranking. There looks to be some great value tomorrow. Bolded are our remaining picks.

65 20 Michael Johnson Georgia Tech DE
66 32 Jarron Gilbert San Jose St DT/DE
67 41 Jamon Merideth South Carolina OT
68 46 Lawrence Sidbury Richmond DE
69 47 Jared Cook South Carolina TE
70 50 Andre Brown NC State RB
71 51 Shonn Greene Iowa RB
72 54 Duke Robinson Oklahoma G
73 57 Rashad Jennings Liberty RB
74 58 Javon Ringer Michigan State RB
75 59 Shawn Nelson Southern Miss TE
76 60 Asher Allen Georgia CB
77 61 DJ Moore Vanderbilt CB
78 62 James Casey Rice TE
79 64 Louis Murphy Florida WR
80 67 Rashad Johnson Alabama S
81 68 Chase Coffman Missouri TE
82 69 Juaquin Iglesias Oklahoma WR
83 70 Mike Mickens Cincinnati CB
84 72 Alex Magee Purdue DT
85 74 Mike Wallace Mississippi WR
86 75 Travis Beckum Wisconsin TE
87 78 Herman Johnson LSU G
88 79 Mike Thomas Arizona WR
89 81 Kevin Barnes Maryland CB
90 82 Cornelius Ingram Florida TE
91 83 Bradley Fletcher Iowa CB
92 84 David Bruton Notre Dame S
93 85 TJ Lang Eastern Michigan G/OT
94 86 Jason Williams Western Illinois LB
95 87 Stephen McGee Texas A&M QB
96 88 Kevin Ogletree Virginia WR
97 91 Gerald Cadogan Penn State G/OT
98 92 Chip Vaughan Wake Forest S
99 93 Marcus Freeman Ohio State LB
100 95 Brandon Tate North Carolina WR
101 97 Chris Clemons Clemson DB
102 98 Devin Moore Wyoming RB
103 99 Troy Kropog Tulane OT
104 100 Macho Harris Virginia Tech CB
105 101 Keenan Lewis Oregon State CB
106 102 Tyrone McKenzie South Florida LB
107 104 Antoine Caldwell Alabama C
108 105 Rhett Bomar Sam Houston St QB
109 106 Kraig Urbik Wisconsin G
110 107 Mitch King Iowa DE/DT
111 108 Ramses Barden Cal Poly WR
112 109 Derrick Williams Penn State WR
113 110 Scott McKillop Pitt LB
114 111 Coye Francies San Jose St CB
115 112 Michael Hamlin Clemson S
116 113 Dorell Scott Clemson DT
117 114 Deon Butler Penn State WR
118 115 Kory Sheets Purdue RB
119 116 Jonathan Luigs Arkansas C
120 117 Trevor Canfield Cincinnati G
121 118 Jasper Brinkley South Carolina LB
122 119 Gerald McRath Southern Miss LB
123 120 Jarrett Dillard Rice WR
124 121 Chris Owens San Jose St CB
125 122 Lardarius Webb Nichols St CB/KR
126 123 Lydon Murtha Nebraska OT
127 124 Cedric Peerman Virginia RB
128 125 CJ Spillman Marshall FS
129 126 Xavier Fulton Illinois OT/G
130 127 Brandon Hughes Oregon State CB
131 128 Tony Fiammeta Syracuse FB
132 129 Johnny Knox Abilene Christian WR
133 130 Brandon Underwood Cincinnati CB
134 131 Courtney Greene Rutgers S
135 132 Kyle Moore USC DE
136 133 Derek Pegues Mississippi St S
137 134 Quinn Johnson LSU FB
138 135 Fenuki Tupou Oregon OT
139 136 Mike Goodson Texas A&M RB
140 137 Jarraud Powers Auburn CB
141 138 Greg Toler St. Paul's College CB
142 139 Roy Miller Texas DT
143 140 Clinton McDonald Memphis DT
144 141 Bruce Johnson Miami CB
145 143 Kaluka Maiava USC LB
146 144 Pierre Walters Eastern Illinois DE
147 145 DeAngelo Smith Cincinnati CB
148 146 Darry Beckwith LSU LB
149 148 Aaron Kelly Clemson WR
150 149 Captain Munnerlyn South Carolina CB
151 150 Joel Bell Furman OT
152 151 Patrick Turner USC WR
153 152 Brandon Williams Texas Tech DE
154 153 Dannell Elerbe Georgia LB
155 154 Morgan Trent Michigan CB
156 155 Tom Brandstater Fresno St QB
157 156 Dominique Edison Stephen F Austin WR
158 157 Zach Potter Nebraska DE
159 158 Glenn Coffee Alabama RB
160 159 Chris Baker Hampton DT
161 160 Don Carey Nolfolk St CB
162 161 Brice McCain Utah CB
163 162 Austin Collie BYU WR
164 163 Kenny McKinley South Carolina WR
165 164 Zack Follett Cal LB
166 165 Stanley Arnoux Wake Forest LB
167 166 Jamarca Sanford Mississippi S
168 167 AQ Shipley Penn State C
169 168 Demetrius Byrd LSU WR
170 169 Darius Passmore Marshall WR
171 170 Emanuel Cook South Carolina S
172 171 James Davis Clemson RB
173 172 Andrew Gardner Georgia Tech OT
174 173 Cameron Morrah Cal TE
175 174 Tyronne Green Auburn G
176 175 Louis Vasquez Texas Tech G
177 176 Bernard Scott Abilene Christian RB
178 177 Jeremiah Johnson Oregon RB
179 178 Aaron Brown TCU RB
180 179 Brandon Gibson Washington St WR
181 180 Ryan Mouton Hawaii CB
182 181 Dudley Guise Northwestern St WR
183 182 Louie Sakoda Utah K
184 183 Corvey Irvin Georgia DT
185 184 Ian Johnson Boise St RB
186 185 Lee Robinson Alcorn St LB
187 186 Sammie Lee Hill Stillman DT
188 187 Dan Gronkowski Maryland TE
189 188 Tiquan Underwood Rutgers WR
190 189 Blake Schlueter TCU C
191 190 Mike Reilly Central Washington QB
192 191 Kory Sperry Colorado State TE
193 192 Terrance Taylor Michigan DT
194 193 DeAngelo Willingham Tennessee S
195 194 Henry Melton Texas DE
196 195 Jonathan Casillas Wisconsin LB
197 196 Joe Burnett Central Florida CB
198 197 Curtis Taylor LSU S
199 198 Zach Miller Nebraska-Omaha TE
200 199 DeAndre Levy Wisconsin LB
201 200 Ricky Jean-Francois LSU DT
202 201 Nick Reed Oregon DE/LB
203 203 Brian Hoyer Michigan St QB
204 204 Domonique Johnson Jackson St S/CB
205 205 Javarris Williams Tennessee St RB
206 206 Dan Skuta Grand Valley St DE
207 207 Demonte Bolden Tennessee DT
208 208 Roger Allen III Missouri-Western G
209 209 Sammie Stroughter Oregon State WR
210 210 Josh Mauga Nevada LB
211 211 Michael Bennett Texas A&M DE
212 212 Everette Pedescleaux Northern Iowa DT
213 213 Kevin Huber Cincinnati P
214 214 Jason Phillips TCU LB
215 215 Frank Summers UNLV FB
216 216 Frantz Joseph Florida Atlantic LB
217 217 Conredge Collins Pittsburgh FB
218 218 Pannel Egboh Stanford DE
219 219 Jason Watkins Florida OT
220 220 Terrance Knighton Temple DT
221 221 John Parker Wilson Alabama QB
222 222 Jaimie Thomas Maryland G
223 223 Arian Foster Tennessee RB
224 224 Curtis Painter Purdue QB
225 225 Thomas Morstead SMU P
226 226 Marcus Thigpen Indiana RB/PR
227 227 Trimane Goddard North Carolina S
228 228 Brooks Foster North Carolina WR
229 229 David Buehler USC K
230 230 Graham Gano Florida State K
231 231 Bear Pascoe Fresno St TE
232 232 Phillip Hunt Houston DE
233 233 Robert Francois Boston College LB
234 234 Augustus Parrish Kent St OT
235 235 Cornelius Lewis Tennessee St OT
236 236 Sonny Harris Oregon DT
237 237 Andy Kemp Wisconsin G
238 238 Nathan Brown Central Arkansas QB
239 239 Al Afalava Oregon State S
240 240 Stryker Sulak Purdue DE/LB
241 241 Will Johnson Michigan DT
242 242 Brian Hartline Ohio State WR
243 243 Bryan Williams Akron S
244 244 Corey Smith Cincinnati DE/OLB
245 245 Andrew Hartline Central Michigan OT
246 246 Hunter Cantwell Louisville QB
247 247 Julius Williams UConn DE
248 248 Jamarko Simmons Western Michigan WR
249 249 Michael Ray Garvin Florida State CB
250 250 John Gill Northwestern DT
251 251 Robert Brewster Ball State OT/G
252 252 John Phillips Virginia TE
253 253 Vaughn Martin Western Ontario DT
254 254 Nader Abdallah Ohio State DT
255 255 Brian Toal Boston College FB
256 256 Jake Ingram Hawaii LS

Very impressive work. Thanks for the effort.
Originally posted by LottOfDefense:
Originally posted by MadDog49er:
Originally posted by teeohh:
do you think there are any offensive tackles that could contribute next year? who is our rt i forgot

I'm more worried about our o-line than our d-line

The guys I really like at this point are more finesse players. Jamon Meredith and William Beatty are both good players, but are on the light side. I'm suprised that both are still on the board.

Beatty went to the Giants at #60.

Correct. I believe the poster asked me sometime before the 60th overall selection.
65 20 Michael Johnson Georgia Tech DE
67 41 Jamon Merideth South Carolina OT
68 46 Lawrence Sidbury Richmond DE
70 50 Andre Brown NC State RB
71 51 Shonn Greene Iowa RB
73 57 Rashad Jennings Liberty RB
80 67 Rashad Johnson Alabama S
87 78 Herman Johnson LSU G - If you move Chilo to RT?
93 85 TJ Lang Eastern Michigan G/OT - probably gone by 5th?

MD,

Seems to me the 9ers will be selecting one of these guys in the 3rd. What are your thoughts on their needs after trading away their 2nd and 4th and your possible target in the 3rd?


What's the deal with this guy? Does he fit their mold?
74 58 Javon Ringer Michigan State RB
[ Edited by bergy07 on Apr 25, 2009 at 8:00 PM ]
Originally posted by bergy07:
65 20 Michael Johnson Georgia Tech DE
67 41 Jamon Merideth South Carolina OT
68 46 Lawrence Sidbury Richmond DE
70 50 Andre Brown NC State RB
71 51 Shonn Greene Iowa RB
73 57 Rashad Jennings Liberty RB
80 67 Rashad Johnson Alabama S
87 78 Herman Johnson LSU G - If you move Chilo to RT?
93 85 TJ Lang Eastern Michigan G/OT - probably gone by 5th?

MD,

Seems to me the 9ers will be selecting one of these guys in the 3rd. What are your thoughts on their needs after trading away their 2nd and 4th and your possible target in the 3rd?

I think we are seeing the Niners making a statement that the Will backer position is not a huge priority for the team, or that they are not going to reach for a player in that position.

In some ways, I am very happy the team bypassed selecting an OT at 10 and 43. Right tackles can usually be found in mid-round picks. However, this year, the well is pretty dry for the larger RT the Niners want to draft.

I like Meredith a lot, but he's more of a finesse tackle. Good player, wrong scheme. I seriously think the Niners will bypass M. Johnson. Great physique, but just doesn't play consistently. Might be on the board at 74.

The Niners have stated that Rachal is staying put at RG, and that seems to be the long-range plans.

Look for Andre Brown to be the key target with our third rounder. We then have a sizable break before jumping back into the draft in the 5th. I would guess that pick will be a RT.

As for Ringer, if the Niners are looking for a smaller back, they will probably target Kory Sheets of Purdue. Solid player. Wouldn't be surprise to see them reach to draft him in the third.
[ Edited by MadDog49er on Apr 25, 2009 at 8:10 PM ]
Originally posted by MadDog49er:
Originally posted by bergy07:
65 20 Michael Johnson Georgia Tech DE
67 41 Jamon Merideth South Carolina OT
68 46 Lawrence Sidbury Richmond DE
70 50 Andre Brown NC State RB
71 51 Shonn Greene Iowa RB
73 57 Rashad Jennings Liberty RB
80 67 Rashad Johnson Alabama S
87 78 Herman Johnson LSU G - If you move Chilo to RT?
93 85 TJ Lang Eastern Michigan G/OT - probably gone by 5th?

MD,

Seems to me the 9ers will be selecting one of these guys in the 3rd. What are your thoughts on their needs after trading away their 2nd and 4th and your possible target in the 3rd?

I think we are seeing the Niners making a statement that the Will backer position is not a huge priority for the team, or that they are not going to reach for a player in that position.

In some ways, I am very happy the team bypassed selecting an OT at 10 and 43. Right tackles can usually be found in mid-round picks. However, this year, the well is pretty dry for the larger RT the Niners want to draft.

I like Meredith a lot, but he's more of a finesse tackle. Good player, wrong scheme. I seriously think the Niners will bypass M. Johnson. Great physique, but just doesn't play consistently. Might be on the board at 74.

The Niners have stated that Rachal is staying put at RG, and that seems to be the long-range plans.

Look for Andre Brown to be the key target with our third rounder. We then have a sizable break before jumping back into the draft in the 5th. I would guess that pick will be a RT.

As for Ringer, if the Niners are looking for a smaller back, they will probably target Kory Sheets of Purdue. Solid player. Wouldn't be surprise to see them reach to draft him in the third.

Hey MD, like always I must congratulate you on the board and your "semi" prediction of Crabtree. Regarding your prediction for tomorrow I fully agree with you on the Andre Brown pick and think he makes the most sense. Do you think Cadogen will be available in the 5th by any chance? I was hoping to snag him in the 4th but that's not a possibility at least at this point.

How bout them Raiders
I don't get everyone's infatuation with Andre Brown. The guy never rushed for more than 767 yards in a season. He's missed a ton of time with injuries, and his production never matched his measurables. Now some of that was due to NCST not being very good overall offensively during his years, but I still don't get why people are clamoring for him.

I know I'm biased and all, but I'd much rather have my boy James Davis from Clemson. He had way more production in college while splitting carries with a freak like Spiller. Either way, I'm not in a hurry to pick up Brown.
Originally posted by TheBlueHell:
I don't get everyone's infatuation with Andre Brown. The guy never rushed for more than 767 yards in a season. He's missed a ton of time with injuries, and his production never matched his measurables. Now some of that was due to NCST not being very good overall offensively during his years, but I still don't get why people are clamoring for him.

I know I'm biased and all, but I'd much rather have my boy James Davis from Clemson. He had way more production in college while splitting carries with a freak like Spiller. Either way, I'm not in a hurry to pick up Brown.

Brown didn't receive a massive number of carries in college. What he did do was catch a lot of balls, and he did it well. The kid has lots of tread on his tires and will be a compliment to Gore. He has great size and fantastic speed.
Originally posted by MadDog49er:
Originally posted by Oakland-Niner:
MadDog -

Would you be kind enough to tell us how Crabtree compares to some of the other high profile receivers that have come out of the draft the last few years? Who would you compare him to and what do you think his "bust" potential is.

He is half the talent of Calvin Johnson, but is still better than the vast majority of guys selected in the top 10 picks at WR in the last decade. Here's my listing over the last few years.

2008: No top 10 WR's
2007: A much better selection than Ted Ginn, who adds return ability, but was never a great college WR.
2006: No top 10 WR's.
2005: Braylon Edwards, Troy Williamson, Mike Williams. Williamson was razor thin, and Williams was too big and slow. Neither were solid picks.

I see Crabtree comparing to Braylon Edwards in nearly every way. Both guys are long, tough, physical WR's, who have the diva attitude, but are productive. Crabtree has better hands.

I see Crabtree as a perennial 1000 yard/10 TD's/year receiver.

Really? thats not that high a compliment considering the 05 draft was supposed to be terrible.

Crabtree was supposed to be the best player in this draft overall before the injury. (Possibly still after) Only Edwards with better hands? I suppose that depends on where you would rate edwards in the current top nfl WRs
Hallo MD. First of all, I dont't think you're happy for your board, but I know that you were right about the falling of Crab at #10 and the position of Everett Brown. You had Brown at 32, other draft guru in the first half of #1 round, why? Secondly I'm agree with you about good RT in later rounds and Green. Pascoe in #7 is obvious. Others? Finally, you would have picked Brown or trade for a future #1 round pick? I think today is a good day for a Niner fan.
Originally posted by MadDog49er:
Originally posted by TonyMantana:
Matthew Stafford Georgia QB
2 Jason Smith Baylor OT
3 Aaron Curry Wake Forest LB
4 Eugene Monroe Virginia OT
5 BJ Raji Boston College DT
6 Andre Smith Alabama OT
7 Jeremy Maclin Missouri WR
8 Mark Sanchez USC QB
9 Tyson Jackson LSU DE/DT
10 Michael Crabtree Texas Tech WR
11 Brian Orakpo Texas DE
12 Malcolm Jenkins Ohio State CB
13 Josh Freeman Kansas State QB
14 Beanie Wells Ohio State RB
15 Michael Oher Mississippi OT
16 Aaron Maybin Penn State DE
17 Percy Harvin Florida WR
18 Knowshon Moreno Georgia RB
19 Darius Butler UConn CB
20 Rey Maualuga USC LB
21 Donald Brown UConn RB
22 Darrius Heyward-Bey Maryland WR
23 Robert Ayers Tennessee DE
24 James Laurinaitis Ohio State LB
25 Michael Johnson Georgia Tech DE
26 Eben Britton Arizona OT
27 William Beatty UConn OT
28 Brandon Pettigrew Oklahoma State TE
29 Connor Barwin Cincinnati DE
30 Hakeem Nicks North Carolina WR
31 Brian Cushing USC LB
32 Alex Mack Cal C
33 Phil Loadholt Oklahoma OT
34 Jarron Gilbert San Jose St DT/DE
35 Clay Matthews USC LB
36 Brian Robiskie Ohio State WR
37 Everette Brown Florida State DE
38 Jared Cook South Carolina TE
39 Vontae Davis Illinois CB
40 Louis Delmas Western Michigan S
41 Peria Jerry Mississippi DT
42 Jamon Merideth South Carolina OT
43 Larry English Northern Illinois DE
44 Kenny Britt Rutgers WR
45 Sean Smith Utah CB
46 Eric Wood Louisville C
47 Mohamed Massaquoi Georgia WR
48 Alphonso Smith Wake Forest CB
49 Evander Hood Missouri DT
50 Patrick Chung Oregon S
51 Max Unger Oregon C/OT
52 Andre Brown NC State RB
53 Shonn Greene Iowa RB
54 Ron Brace Boston College DT
55 Shawn Nelson Southern Miss TE
56 Duke Robinson Oklahoma G
57 Rashad Jennings Liberty RB
58 Lawrence Sidbury Richmond DE
59 James Casey Rice TE
60 Pat White West Virginia QB/WR
61 Fili Moala USC DT
62 Kevin Barnes Maryland CB
63 Paul Kruger Utah DE
64 William Moore Missouri S


Oucchh what happened to the almighty MD Big board. 5 out of 64 not so parise worthy...or better yet as good as the rest of them

I have never professed to be an expert at hitting the specific player at the exact spot in the draft.

However, I am sorry to let you down. Next year, I promise to hit 64 out of 64. All of my players will be in the perfect order.

Tony, this wasn't a mock draft.
Originally posted by MadDog49er:
Originally posted by ForrestBlue:
Nice job. Interesting to look over at Gosselin's final 100 list. As usual, he has some surprises that aren't on your top-100 list, or anybody else's, so far as I can see. These in particular jumped out as being WAY off other projections:

72. Glen Coffee RB Alabama
81. Robert Brewster OT Ball State
82. Richard Quinn TE North Carolina
88. Jerraud Powers CB Auburn
95. Jason Phillips MLB TCU
90. Roy Miller DT Texas
98. Tony Fiammetta FB Syracuse

Brewster in particular -- where did THAT come from. I think somebody in the Cowboys' draft room clues him on on such players. I'd look for Dallas to draft one of these guys in the 3rd.

Welcome to the board!

Gosselin is the best in the business in the Top 100 picks. He is on a roll, and must have some great sources. He is the one guy in the business that I bow to in respect. He is the king.

I have Quinn, Fiammetta, Phillips in the same area, but have differences of opinion on Powers, Miller, Coffee and Brewster. My guess is that you will see the players lists drafted somewhere between our projections.

Powers must be licking his chops with this prediction. In the latest write-up from the Huntsville, Alabama paper, he believes he will drafted much later.

Brewster to the Cowboys in 3. Nobody but the Cowboys and Gosselin had him in the top 100. Gosselin's late-100 surprises always come from the Cowboys. I wonder why they slip Gosselin their picks like this? (Maybe they'll take Powers with one of their 4's.)
Originally posted by jreff22:
Originally posted by MadDog49er:
Originally posted by bergy07:
65 20 Michael Johnson Georgia Tech DE
67 41 Jamon Merideth South Carolina OT
68 46 Lawrence Sidbury Richmond DE
70 50 Andre Brown NC State RB
71 51 Shonn Greene Iowa RB
73 57 Rashad Jennings Liberty RB
80 67 Rashad Johnson Alabama S
87 78 Herman Johnson LSU G - If you move Chilo to RT?
93 85 TJ Lang Eastern Michigan G/OT - probably gone by 5th?

MD,

Seems to me the 9ers will be selecting one of these guys in the 3rd. What are your thoughts on their needs after trading away their 2nd and 4th and your possible target in the 3rd?

I think we are seeing the Niners making a statement that the Will backer position is not a huge priority for the team, or that they are not going to reach for a player in that position.

In some ways, I am very happy the team bypassed selecting an OT at 10 and 43. Right tackles can usually be found in mid-round picks. However, this year, the well is pretty dry for the larger RT the Niners want to draft.

I like Meredith a lot, but he's more of a finesse tackle. Good player, wrong scheme. I seriously think the Niners will bypass M. Johnson. Great physique, but just doesn't play consistently. Might be on the board at 74.

The Niners have stated that Rachal is staying put at RG, and that seems to be the long-range plans.

Look for Andre Brown to be the key target with our third rounder. We then have a sizable break before jumping back into the draft in the 5th. I would guess that pick will be a RT.

As for Ringer, if the Niners are looking for a smaller back, they will probably target Kory Sheets of Purdue. Solid player. Wouldn't be surprise to see them reach to draft him in the third.

Hey MD, like always I must congratulate you on the board and your "semi" prediction of Crabtree. Regarding your prediction for tomorrow I fully agree with you on the Andre Brown pick and think he makes the most sense. Do you think Cadogen will be available in the 5th by any chance? I was hoping to snag him in the 4th but that's not a possibility at least at this point.

How bout them Raiders

Cadogen might be there in the 5th, but I think he'll be gone by the mid-4th. It all depends how these teams view the small school OT's.
Originally posted by Firenze:
Hallo MD. First of all, I dont't think you're happy for your board, but I know that you were right about the falling of Crab at #10 and the position of Everett Brown. You had Brown at 32, other draft guru in the first half of #1 round, why? Secondly I'm agree with you about good RT in later rounds and Green. Pascoe in #7 is obvious. Others? Finally, you would have picked Brown or trade for a future #1 round pick? I think today is a good day for a Niner fan.

The draft is a crapshoot. I'm hitting on some areas, missing on other. To me, FSU let Brown simply blast toward the QB, and didn't require him to play the run like most teams require their DE's. His height was also a major issue.

Lots of good players on the board late in the 4th.
Originally posted by MadDog49er:
Originally posted by TonyMantana:
Matthew Stafford Georgia QB
2 Jason Smith Baylor OT
3 Aaron Curry Wake Forest LB
4 Eugene Monroe Virginia OT
5 BJ Raji Boston College DT
6 Andre Smith Alabama OT
7 Jeremy Maclin Missouri WR
8 Mark Sanchez USC QB
9 Tyson Jackson LSU DE/DT
10 Michael Crabtree Texas Tech WR
11 Brian Orakpo Texas DE
12 Malcolm Jenkins Ohio State CB
13 Josh Freeman Kansas State QB
14 Beanie Wells Ohio State RB
15 Michael Oher Mississippi OT
16 Aaron Maybin Penn State DE
17 Percy Harvin Florida WR
18 Knowshon Moreno Georgia RB
19 Darius Butler UConn CB
20 Rey Maualuga USC LB
21 Donald Brown UConn RB
22 Darrius Heyward-Bey Maryland WR
23 Robert Ayers Tennessee DE
24 James Laurinaitis Ohio State LB
25 Michael Johnson Georgia Tech DE
26 Eben Britton Arizona OT
27 William Beatty UConn OT
28 Brandon Pettigrew Oklahoma State TE
29 Connor Barwin Cincinnati DE
30 Hakeem Nicks North Carolina WR
31 Brian Cushing USC LB
32 Alex Mack Cal C
33 Phil Loadholt Oklahoma OT
34 Jarron Gilbert San Jose St DT/DE
35 Clay Matthews USC LB
36 Brian Robiskie Ohio State WR
37 Everette Brown Florida State DE
38 Jared Cook South Carolina TE
39 Vontae Davis Illinois CB
40 Louis Delmas Western Michigan S
41 Peria Jerry Mississippi DT
42 Jamon Merideth South Carolina OT
43 Larry English Northern Illinois DE
44 Kenny Britt Rutgers WR
45 Sean Smith Utah CB
46 Eric Wood Louisville C
47 Mohamed Massaquoi Georgia WR
48 Alphonso Smith Wake Forest CB
49 Evander Hood Missouri DT
50 Patrick Chung Oregon S
51 Max Unger Oregon C/OT
52 Andre Brown NC State RB
53 Shonn Greene Iowa RB
54 Ron Brace Boston College DT
55 Shawn Nelson Southern Miss TE
56 Duke Robinson Oklahoma G
57 Rashad Jennings Liberty RB
58 Lawrence Sidbury Richmond DE
59 James Casey Rice TE
60 Pat White West Virginia QB/WR
61 Fili Moala USC DT
62 Kevin Barnes Maryland CB
63 Paul Kruger Utah DE
64 William Moore Missouri S


Oucchh what happened to the almighty MD Big board. 5 out of 64 not so parise worthy...or better yet as good as the rest of them

I have never professed to be an expert at hitting the specific player at the exact spot in the draft.

However, I am sorry to let you down. Next year, I promise to hit 64 out of 64. All of my players will be in the perfect order.


What? You never professed to be an expert??? You have done nothing but for four years act as if you were an expert. Making sure you do your duty and supply all the sheep with your opinion. You always come up with stats at the end of the draft and show us how right you were, comparing yourself to Mel Kiper and Draftcountdown.

I just want to make sure you do the same this year. Bottom line, is there are no EXPERTS on this board, just educated opinions.
Originally posted by boomer49er:
Originally posted by MadDog49er:
Originally posted by TonyMantana:
Matthew Stafford Georgia QB
2 Jason Smith Baylor OT
3 Aaron Curry Wake Forest LB
4 Eugene Monroe Virginia OT
5 BJ Raji Boston College DT
6 Andre Smith Alabama OT
7 Jeremy Maclin Missouri WR
8 Mark Sanchez USC QB
9 Tyson Jackson LSU DE/DT
10 Michael Crabtree Texas Tech WR
11 Brian Orakpo Texas DE
12 Malcolm Jenkins Ohio State CB
13 Josh Freeman Kansas State QB
14 Beanie Wells Ohio State RB
15 Michael Oher Mississippi OT
16 Aaron Maybin Penn State DE
17 Percy Harvin Florida WR
18 Knowshon Moreno Georgia RB
19 Darius Butler UConn CB
20 Rey Maualuga USC LB
21 Donald Brown UConn RB
22 Darrius Heyward-Bey Maryland WR
23 Robert Ayers Tennessee DE
24 James Laurinaitis Ohio State LB
25 Michael Johnson Georgia Tech DE
26 Eben Britton Arizona OT
27 William Beatty UConn OT
28 Brandon Pettigrew Oklahoma State TE
29 Connor Barwin Cincinnati DE
30 Hakeem Nicks North Carolina WR
31 Brian Cushing USC LB
32 Alex Mack Cal C
33 Phil Loadholt Oklahoma OT
34 Jarron Gilbert San Jose St DT/DE
35 Clay Matthews USC LB
36 Brian Robiskie Ohio State WR
37 Everette Brown Florida State DE
38 Jared Cook South Carolina TE
39 Vontae Davis Illinois CB
40 Louis Delmas Western Michigan S
41 Peria Jerry Mississippi DT
42 Jamon Merideth South Carolina OT
43 Larry English Northern Illinois DE
44 Kenny Britt Rutgers WR
45 Sean Smith Utah CB
46 Eric Wood Louisville C
47 Mohamed Massaquoi Georgia WR
48 Alphonso Smith Wake Forest CB
49 Evander Hood Missouri DT
50 Patrick Chung Oregon S
51 Max Unger Oregon C/OT
52 Andre Brown NC State RB
53 Shonn Greene Iowa RB
54 Ron Brace Boston College DT
55 Shawn Nelson Southern Miss TE
56 Duke Robinson Oklahoma G
57 Rashad Jennings Liberty RB
58 Lawrence Sidbury Richmond DE
59 James Casey Rice TE
60 Pat White West Virginia QB/WR
61 Fili Moala USC DT
62 Kevin Barnes Maryland CB
63 Paul Kruger Utah DE
64 William Moore Missouri S


Oucchh what happened to the almighty MD Big board. 5 out of 64 not so parise worthy...or better yet as good as the rest of them

I have never professed to be an expert at hitting the specific player at the exact spot in the draft.

However, I am sorry to let you down. Next year, I promise to hit 64 out of 64. All of my players will be in the perfect order.

Tony, this wasn't a mock draft.

Well Boomer even that is up for discussion as I feel you have to call it a mock draft. When you slot players based on where you feel they will be selected as opposed to ranking them based on talent...if it walks and talks like a mock draft... Mad Doggy can call it whatever he wants, the bottom line is he was way off on a number of his predictions and since he is ever so quick to point out how close he has come in the past, I will point out how far he missed this year. You see, when everyone writes in asking for his expert opinion, I throw up a little in my mouth.