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Tico's Crazy Full Three Round Mock

Be Nice... Just another of these Mock thingies to pass the time away. Please rip, critique, accept, etc...I really would like your opinion. Sure, not everyone will like it, but I tried to be close with my picks.

Without further adieu...
Round 1
1 (1) Rams Sam Bradford
2 (2) Lions Ndamukong Suh
3 (3) Buccaneers Gerald McCoy
4 (4) Redskins Russell Okung
5 (5) Chiefs Eric Berry
6 (6) Seahawks Trent Williams
7 (7) Browns Jimmy Clausen
8 (8) Raiders Anthony Davis
9 (9) Bills Bryan Bulaga
10 (10) Jaguars Joe Haden
11 (11) Broncos (From Bears) Dez Bryant
12 (12) Dolphins Dan Williams
13 (13) 49ers C.J. Spiller
14 (14) Seahawks (From Broncos) Derrick Morgan
15 (15) Giants Rolando McClain
16 (16) Titans Jason Pierre-Paul
17 (17) 49ers (From Panthers) Earl Thomas
18 (18) Steelers Mike Iupati
19 (19) Falcons Sergio Kindle
20 (20) Texans Ryan Mathews
21 (21) Bengals Jermaine Gresham
22 (22) Patriots Brandon Graham
23 (23) Packers Kyle Wilson
24 (24) Eagles Everson Griffen
25 (25) Ravens Taylor Mays
26 (26) Cardinals Charles Brown
27 (27) Cowboys Jared Odrick
28 (28) Chargers Terrence Cody
29 (29) Jets Jerry Hughes
30 (30) Vikings Colt McCoy
31 (31) Colts Maurkice Pouncey
32 (32) Saints Sean Weatherspoon
Round 2
1 (33) Rams Golden Tate
2 (34) Lions Devin McCourty
3 (35) Buccaneers Arrelious Benn
4 (36) Chiefs Tim Tebow
5 (37) Eagles (From Redskins) Patrick Robinson
6 (38) Browns Demaryius Thomas
7 (39) Raiders Carlos Dunlap
8 (40) Chargers (From Seahawks) Jonathan Dwyer
9 (41) Bills Jahvid Best
10 (42) Buccaneers (From Bears) Bruce Campbell
11 (43) Dolphins Tyson Alualu
12 (44) Patriots (From Jaguars) Kareem Jackson
13 (45) Broncos Nate Allen
14 (46) Giants Brian Price
15 (47) Patriots (From Titans) Rob Gronkowski
16 (48) Panthers Daryl Washington
17 (49) 49ers Rodger Saffold
18 (50) Chiefs (From Falcons) Vladimir Ducasse
19 (51) Texans Jon Asamoah
20 (52) Steelers Damian Williams
21 (53) Patriots Ricky Sapp
22 (54) Bengals Chris Cook
23 (55) Eagles Lamarr Houston
24 (56) Packers Koa Misi
25 (57) Ravens Morgan Burnett
26 (58) Cardinals Sean Lee
27 (59) Cowboys Chad Jones
28 (60) Seahawks (From Chargers) Ben Tate
29 (61) Jets Alex Carrington
30 (62) Vikings Reshad Jones
31 (63) Colts Torrell Troup
32 (64) Saints Jimmy Graham
Round 3
1 (65) Rams Dexter McCluster
2 (66) Lions Toby Gerhart
3 (67) Buccaneers Eric Norwood
4 (68) Chiefs Thaddeus Gibson
5 (69) Raiders Corey Wootton
6 (70) Eagles (From Seahawks) Jared Veldheer
7 (71) Browns Brandon Ghee
8 (72) Bills Cam Thomas
9 (73) Dolphins Brandon LaFell
10 (74) Jaguars Jermaine Cunningham
11 (75) Bears John Jerry
12 (76) Giants Montario Hardesty
13 (77) Titans Geno Atkins
14 (78) Panthers Jacoby Ford
15 (79) 49ers Brandon Spikes
16 (80) Broncos Matt Tennant
17 (81) Texans Dominique Franks
18 (82) Steelers Eric Decker
19 (83) Falcons Akwasi Owusu-Ansah
20 (84) Bengals Jerome Murphy
21 (85) Browns (From Patriots through ...) Carlton Mitchell
22 (86) Packers Taylor Price
23 (87) Eagles Donald Butler
24 (88) Cardinals (From Ravens) Jason Worilds
25 (89) Cardinals Major Wright
26 (90) Cowboys Ed Wang
27 (91) Chargers Dennis Pitta
28 (92) Browns (From Jets) Mardy Gilyard
29 (93) Vikings Dorin Dickerson
30 (94) Colts Mitch Petrus
31 (95) Saints J.D. Walton
32 (96) Bengals (Compensatory selection) Austen Lane
33 (97) Titans (Compensatory selection) Walter Thurmond
34 (98) Falcons (Compensatory selection) Darrell Stuckey
  • mayo49
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Tico, that is crazy man, but I like it.
No RT in the first, no thanks. Pretty impressive work doing the full three rounds though.

[ Edited by Superbowl09 on Apr 9, 2010 at 11:40:37 ]
  • mayo49
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Originally posted by Superbowl09:
No RT in the first, no thanks. Pretty impressive work doing the full three rounds though.

Yeah, but he takes Saffold in the second.
Originally posted by mayo63:
Originally posted by Superbowl09:
No RT in the first, no thanks. Pretty impressive work doing the full three rounds though.

Yeah, but he takes Saffold in the second.

I don't believe he can come in and start from day one though, which is what we have to have or else Snyder is starting, which cannot be an option.
Would rather Akwasi Owusu-Ansah or Jerome Murphy in the 3rd.
Originally posted by Superbowl09:
No RT in the first, no thanks. Pretty impressive work doing the full three rounds though.

Thanks man.

I understand that most HAVE to have that ROT in the first, but if all top four OTs are gone, why would you bypass a top 12 pick to go after a top 32 one in a ROT.

I saw the article Brown VS Davis and respect the author. But not over Thomas. Thomas would seriously be BPA and he would start immediately, IMO. Why? He's a natural FS/CB with incredible range and instincts to take care of stopping "over the top" plays which have been our downfall for some time now. Goldson moves over to SS while both M. Lewis, the concussion man, and R. Smith become solid backups. Finally, some depth!

Again, as a true LOT, Brown and Davis get , but we are looking for that ROT who can be had in the second especially in this scenario.

We agree to disagree, but Earl Thomas is BPA over Charles Brown. I have not seen anywhere where that is not the case.

I just don't think the Niners are going to 'reach' for anyone including our most important need at ROT.

JMTC...
Agghhhhhh

I feel like punching people in the face who see the top 4 OTs go before #13 in people's mock then complain how we didn't take a RT in the first round.

News flash webzoners - after Okung, Williams, Bulaga and Davis there is no OT worth drafting that high. Brown is not a RT and should only be an option if we trade down from one of those picks.

As for the draft itself it's not bad altho I really don't want Spiller in the first. In that situation I'd rather trade down from #13 and look at someone like Kyle Wilson, Pouncey or Jerry Hughes.

But one thing that sticks out to me is if Gilyard is there in the 3rd round I think we have to take him. He's being really underrated by people. He doesn't have perfect hands but he plays fast and is a very good return guy.
  • mayo49
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Originally posted by Superbowl09:
Originally posted by mayo63:
Originally posted by Superbowl09:
No RT in the first, no thanks. Pretty impressive work doing the full three rounds though.

Yeah, but he takes Saffold in the second.

I don't believe he can come in and start from day one though, which is what we have to have or else Snyder is starting, which cannot be an option.

I don't see any reason Brown can't come in a win the RT spot in TC. He's a very technically sound tackle who should transition well to RT. I don't see a problem here.

[ Edited by mayo63 on Apr 9, 2010 at 12:02:29 ]
Originally posted by genus49:
Agghhhhhh

I feel like punching people in the face who see the top 4 OTs go before #13 in people's mock then complain how we didn't take a RT in the first round.

News flash webzoners - after Okung, Williams, Bulaga and Davis there is no OT worth drafting that high. Brown is not a RT and should only be an option if we trade down from one of those picks.

As for the draft itself it's not bad altho I really don't want Spiller in the first. In that situation I'd rather trade down from #13 and look at someone like Kyle Wilson, Pouncey or Jerry Hughes.

But one thing that sticks out to me is if Gilyard is there in the 3rd round I think we have to take him. He's being really underrated by people. He doesn't have perfect hands but he plays fast and is a very good return guy.

That's why we have Spiller and I understand the against-Spiller arguments and respect them. This was really just a BPA and I had no trades in this scenario.

I concur though. In this scenario, I just don't see anyone wanting to trade into the #13 pick if all the OTs and QBs are gone which they are.

Plus, I finally get to have my frickin' return specialist where the clouds of RS past in Jackson, Maclin, Harvin, etc. have vexed us.
Originally posted by genus49:
Agghhhhhh

I feel like punching people in the face who see the top 4 OTs go before #13 in people's mock then complain how we didn't take a RT in the first round.

News flash webzoners - after Okung, Williams, Bulaga and Davis there is no OT worth drafting that high. Brown is not a RT and should only be an option if we trade down from one of those picks.

As for the draft itself it's not bad altho I really don't want Spiller in the first. In that situation I'd rather trade down from #13 and look at someone like Kyle Wilson, Pouncey or Jerry Hughes.

But one thing that sticks out to me is if Gilyard is there in the 3rd round I think we have to take him. He's being really underrated by people. He doesn't have perfect hands but he plays fast and is a very good return guy.

I am putting together a mock where we trade up to grab one of the 4 OTs (around pick 8-10) and then trade down with our 17th pick (people are going to want Matthews and will be willing to move up) to get back the picks we lost to get a OT. When it is all said and done we don't necessarily lose any picks. We merely shift them around in the different rounds. At the same time, we end up with our OT in the first.
Originally posted by ninertico:
Originally posted by genus49:
Agghhhhhh

I feel like punching people in the face who see the top 4 OTs go before #13 in people's mock then complain how we didn't take a RT in the first round.

News flash webzoners - after Okung, Williams, Bulaga and Davis there is no OT worth drafting that high. Brown is not a RT and should only be an option if we trade down from one of those picks.

As for the draft itself it's not bad altho I really don't want Spiller in the first. In that situation I'd rather trade down from #13 and look at someone like Kyle Wilson, Pouncey or Jerry Hughes.

But one thing that sticks out to me is if Gilyard is there in the 3rd round I think we have to take him. He's being really underrated by people. He doesn't have perfect hands but he plays fast and is a very good return guy.

That's why we have Spiller and I understand the against-Spiller arguments and respect them. This was really just a BPA and I had no trades in this scenario.

I concur though. In this scenario, I just don't see anyone wanting to trade into the #13 pick if all the OTs and QBs are gone which they are.

Plus, I finally get to have my frickin' return specialist where the clouds of RS past in Jackson, Maclin, Harvin, etc. have vexed us.

If all the OT and QB are gone someone may want to trade up to get a RB or an OLB - DE. I like Rodger Saffold in the second if he makes it.
No complaints from me on those first 3 picks... good job.
Yeah, couldn't think of a better draft than that but don't think Safford is there at 49. I would love this draft because we would have our future FS (Goldson to SS), RB/KR/PR, and future ILB to take over for Takeo. That would fill all needs but probably G so then we could pick one of those up in the 4th.
I like your thinking on the first three picks.

I especially like the fact that you're not reaching for an OT in the first. Saffold would be an incredible pick in the second round, 'cept, based upon the press he is getting, it would be a surprise if he were available. Still under your scenario . . . he is.

Do you really think that Spikes is the complete package at ILB? Might we not take a shot at a pass rushing OLB? Otherwise Butler (still available under your scenario) over Spikes . . . he can play both inside and out.

Impressive job overall!

[ Edited by Rsrkshn on Apr 9, 2010 at 18:56:32 ]
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