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YOU are on the clock...

Hey just for fun, I think it would be cool to add the supplemental pick for the 49ers.
Can you guys throw in that pick?
Buffalo has added some tremendous weapsons on offense but can still use additional depth on the OL. They select perhaps the last guard worth selecting in this draft in Shaun Lauvao OG from Arizona St.
[ Edited by Ninerjohn on Feb 2, 2010 at 6:47 PM ]
Originally posted by Ninerjohn:
Buffalo has added some tremendous weapsons on offense but can still use additional depth on the OL. They select perhaps the guard worth selecting in this draft in Shaun Lauvao OG from Arizona St.

Solid pick.

Tampa Bay is on the clock, by the way. If anyone wants to make that pick. Their picks so far are:

DT G. McCoy
FS Nate Allen
DE Corey Wootton
WR Eric Decker
OLB O'Brien Schofield
CB Myron Lewis
OLB Kavell Conner
OT Sam Young
Tampa Bay add another WR and take Riley Cooper from Florida.
Still hoping to find a late-round gem at tackle, the Bears select Stanford OT, Chris Marinelli, who was an AP 2nd-team All-American, and an All-PAC 10 1st team selection.
Originally posted by OnTheClock:
Still hoping to find a late-round gem at tackle, the Bears select Stanford OT, Chris Marinelli, who was an AP 2nd-team All-American, and an All-PAC 10 1st team selection.

Already taken
Originally posted by Ninerjohn:
Originally posted by OnTheClock:
Still hoping to find a late-round gem at tackle, the Bears select Stanford OT, Chris Marinelli, who was an AP 2nd-team All-American, and an All-PAC 10 1st team selection.

Already taken

Since they already took a Tackle earlier
and Chris Marinelli already taken
the Bears select
Reggie Stephens OG Iowa State 6-3 322

Honorable mention All-Big 12. Can play both center and guard
Originally posted by Ninerjohn:
Originally posted by OnTheClock:
Still hoping to find a late-round gem at tackle, the Bears select Stanford OT, Chris Marinelli, who was an AP 2nd-team All-American, and an All-PAC 10 1st team selection.

Already taken

Ah... Didn't see the Washington pick.

Well since Miami's up now...

The Dolphins select another tackle who can play every position along the line, versatile FCS 1st-Team All American, OT Derek Hardman of Eastern Kentucky.
Denver could use depth at TE and is excited to see that the BPA is TE Tony Moeaki from Iowa. He was First Team All Big Ten and is the selection in the 7th round for the Broncos.
[ Edited by Ninerjohn on Feb 2, 2010 at 8:15 PM ]
NY Giants need some depth in the O-Line. They select a local guy, Kevin Haslam, OT, Rutgers.
Tennesse up, then Carolina. (Then 49ers, so.. I can't make either of their picks.)

In the words of Mike Singletary, "Let's go."
[ Edited by OnTheClock on Feb 2, 2010 at 9:04 PM ]
Originally posted by OnTheClock:
Tennesse up, then Carolina. (Then 49ers, so.. I can't make either of their picks.)

In the words of Mike Singletary, "Let's go."

Carlos Dunlap, DE
Austen Lane, DE
Jacoby Ford, WR
Cameron Sheffield, OLB
Donald Butler, ILB


So knowing this
The Titans select
Travis Ivey DT Maryland 6-4 341
Titans have a large group of small DTs. Average weight of 295 lbs. But what made them successful was a large space eating piece of fat in the middle. This is the best large fat ass available. Bigger fat asses include Kellen Heard DT/OT Memphis 6-6 355 and Roger Morris DT Tennessee State 6-5 350 but they should not be drafted at all.
[ Edited by solidg2000 on Feb 2, 2010 at 10:55 PM ]
This draft for Carolina shows why a team should never trade a future first round pick. They have missed out on some great talent and have had some questionable selections. In the 7th round they select NT Ekom Udofia from Stanford. They expect him to contribute right away to help with their horrible run defense.
With pick 208, the San Francisco 49ers select...


Arthur Moats, DE/OLB, James Madison.

Moats has been an absolute monster in the FCS, garnering CAA Defensive Player of the Year honors after putting up an eye-popping 23.5 Tackles For Loss, along with 11 sacks, 1 FF, and 1 FR which he returned 68 yards for a touchdown this year. Another FCS 1st-Team All American, Moats is sort of a poor-man's Brandon Graham, and he has racked up back to back years of double-digit sacks and at least 15 TFL. He will need to adjust to dropping into coverage in the NFL, but that's what coaches are for. He has all the talent and athleticism in the world and figures to clock in the 4.5's at the combine. Moats is catching the eyes of scouts at the Texas vs. Nation practices, being regarded as a player who can bring the heat on quarterbacks every time they drop back.

In Moats, the 49ers land their first pass-rushing prospect in the draft, and a guy who has tremendous upside and potential.
[ Edited by OnTheClock on Feb 2, 2010 at 10:19 PM ]
Come on people, were almost done