I've seen a bunch of mocks posted,. figured that Id give it a shot.
#30 Coby Fleener TE Stanford 6'6" 250
We've gone over many times why he's the man. With our Redzone Woes and with Walker in his contract year, this guy is the best fit in so many ways.
#61 Kelechi Osemele OG Iowa State 6'6" 333
Beast of a run blocker with a mean streak. He's 6'6" 333, and his surname means "ancient warrior", gotta love it. One of the strongest linemen in the entire draft and helps fill a big need on the line.
#92 Robert Turbin RB Utah State 5'10" 222
We may need to trade up to grab him since he's projected in the mid 3rd, but it should not be that difficult. This kid is a ball of muscle and would be a nice heir apparent to Gore. This may mean Dixon is cut, or is converted to backup FB to go with his special teams assignment
#125 Jonathan Massaquoi OLB Troy 6'2" 264
Massaquoi has an excellent combination of explosiveness and sudden movement ability, flashing the potential to be a big-time pass rusher in the Trent Cole-mold, but he is unpolished at this point in his development and is probably more of an athlete than football player. He is very rough around the edges, but his pass rush upside and ability to create pressure are extremely intriguing. He would be a nice project to backup the OLB and come in on pass rushing downs, could be a mini Aldon.
#165 Ryan Broyles WR Oklahoma 5'10" 192
Broyles set freshman record for receiving yards (687) and tied for the most receptions (46), in addition to scoring 10 touchdowns and averaging nearly 10 yards per punt return (24-238, with one TD). He earned multiple All-Big 12 accolades after his sophomore year as a receiver (89-1,120-15) and punt returner (31-492-1), including a Sun Bowl MVP performance at the end of the year (13-156-3) -- despite suffering a slight fracture of his left shoulder blade during the year. His 2010 season further solidified his place as a legitimate top 50 prospects (131-1,622 yards-14, 34-368 on punt returns). The Walter Camp All-American and first-team All-Big 12 selection lacks great height, girth, and straight-line speed for his size. But his ability to make plays down the sideline, over the middle, in the slot, and as a returner should allow him to have a long NFL career. The only reason he's available here is because he tore his ACL. Hes ahead in his recovery though and could be a STEAL as a slot WR and future punt returner.
#200 Hebron Fangupo DT BYU 6'1" 323
Pumped up 36 reps and could be that nice strong run stuffer for our 3-4. Possesses a girthy, wide-body size with a strong upper and lower body. Extremely strong with the raw power to overwhelm blockers at the point of attack. Anchors off the snap and holds his ground, staying stout in the run game. Has a coordinated frame to stay balanced on his feet through contact. Has very good awareness and always knows where the ball is, using his eyes to quickly locate and elevate his hands to knock down passes at the line of scrimmage. High character player on and off the field with top work ethic and a positive attitude … very good teammate. Versatile player, lining up at both defensive end and nose tackle in BYU's 3-4 defensive alignment. Sounds like our kind of guy, sitting behind Soap for a couple years and in the run stuffing rotation would be great.
#237 Chris Greenwood FS/CB Albion College 6'1" 193
Freak athlete from a small school. 4.3 40's, 39 vert, 15 rep bench. He has ball skills, athleticism. He was an American Football Coaches Association All-American, the Defensive MVP of the MIAA and a first-team all-conference pick for the third time."Chris has great individual talent, but what makes him special is he blended with the team and did not seek the spotlight," Albion coach Craig Rundle said. "He is one of the most humble kids we have on the team." Again, sounds like our kind of guy. Sitting for a year to learn from Dashon Goldson would be great!
This scenario fills so many needs and provides great depth for our squad. Let me know what you think.
[ Edited by DRUSTOPO on Apr 2, 2012 at 20:13:39 ]