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Final Pre Draft Mock. No Trades, All picks used.

Ok here is my last mock draft. No screwing around with trades like i have in the past, just a down and dirty draft using all picks.



(1) 31.
Datone Jones- DE- UCLA

(2) 34. (from Cheifs)
John Jenkins- NT- Georgia

(2) 61.
Phillip Thomas- FS- Fresno State

(3) 74. (from panthers)
Robert Alford- CB- Southeastern Louisiana

(3) 93.
Brian Schwenke- C- Cal

(4) 128.
JJ Wilcox- SS- Georgia Southern

(4) 131. (compensatory selection)
Knile Davis- RB- Arkansas

(5) 157. (from Colts)
Aaron Mellette- WR- Elon

(6) 175. (from Browns)
Ace Sanders- WR- South Carolina

(6) 180. (from Dolphins)
Joseph Fauria- TE- UCLA

(7) 227. (from Bengals)
Jonathan Stewart- ILB- Texas A&M

(7) 246. (compensatory selection)
Eric Martin- OLB- Nebraska

(7) 252. (compensatory selection)
Mark Jackson- OT- Glenville State
[ Edited by IdahoNiner on Apr 8, 2013 at 5:33 PM ]
Nice mock! I might pick a TE in the third or fourth rather than waiting but I like the first six guys a lot.
Thanks dtg. I considered a TE earlier on. Escobar, Kelce, Sims, etc, but ultimately i passed. Fauria is gonna be one of those guys that is either hit or miss, but if you hit it could be great value, but i agree, TE earlier is a real strong possibility, and would not be disapointed with some of the higher ranked TE's in this draft.
No excuse for not drafting a safety like cyprien or elam with first pick
Originally posted by theninermaniac:
No excuse for not drafting a safety like cyprien or elam with first pick

Im not a huge fan of either, kid of neutral on both, And both are SS, not FS. We need a FS first and foremost. Datone Jones and Jenkins offer better value with the first two picks considering it is a deep safety draft.
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I like Fauria but I don't like waiting that late to get one.
this draft gave me wood.
Also wanted to add that Eric Martin as drafted mainly for his ST leadership and skills. OLB is not a huge need, But a guy like Eric martin would be a superb late pickup due not only to his potential as a rotational OLB, but he adds really nice value on ST.

I feel you Teeoh. Definately a bit of a gamble.

Thanks pdizo.
No thank on Jenkins over weight N lazy rather have J.Williams or E.Reid .. also taken a RB is a wasted pick they translate frm college to NFL so easy we can draft one next yr ..
We will trade we have too. 1.7 million reason were going to be forced to do that. I see us trading up grab the player we want most, and trading off picks for future draft picks and with whats left filling the holes.
Good Overall Draft, I would be happy with it! Nice Job!
Originally posted by tatdwolf49:
No thank on Jenkins over weight N lazy rather have J.Williams or E.Reid .. also taken a RB is a wasted pick they translate frm college to NFL so easy we can draft one next yr ..

I have seen you say this about Jenkins numerous times, and it is rediculous. Has he lost a lot of weight? Yes, but that shows dedication, not lazyness. He is no longer overweight, and IMO he never was Lazy. He was a poor student, and struggled with college, but never football. Him loseing the wieght is a good sign, and the team that drafts him will offer him all the tools he needs to keep the weight off. He had good college production, and he offers great upside as a NT within our system. We would finally have that space eating NT we have never had since transitioning to the 3-4. Going into the off season he was largely regarded as the #2 NT in the draft, and is quite possibly the most pure NT prospect in the draft. I like Jesse Williams as well, and would be fine with either one, which is why my drafts throughout the offseason have featured both. Jenkins, IMO, if he can sustain his new weight, offers more upside than Jesse williams as a pure NT. Guy is extremely athletic for his size, and he is a monster. Our dline on first and second down would be unstopabale with a guy like Jenkins eating space in the middle. He had a good combine, looked great at the senior bowl, and performed will against top OL competition in college, includeing warmack.

Also you can never have too many RB's in Harbaughs system. Davis would offer insurance in case Gore goes down. LMJ, and Hunter have similar skillsets, and are both promising, but neither is a replacment for Gore. Davis offers a combo of speed and size that is rare at the RB position.
Originally posted by TheGoldDiggerrrr:
We will trade we have too. 1.7 million reason were going to be forced to do that. I see us trading up grab the player we want most, and trading off picks for future draft picks and with whats left filling the holes.

I agree we will make moves, but they are just to hard to judge, Harbaalkie especially, you never know what they are going to do.
[ Edited by IdahoNiner on Apr 8, 2013 at 11:55 PM ]
Originally posted by IdahoNiner:
Originally posted by tatdwolf49:
No thank on Jenkins over weight N lazy rather have J.Williams or E.Reid .. also taken a RB is a wasted pick they translate frm college to NFL so easy we can draft one next yr ..

I have seen you say this about Jenkins numerous times, and it is rediculous. Has he lost a lot of weight? Yes, but that shows dedication, not lazyness. He is no longer overweight, and IMO he never was Lazy. He was a poor student, and struggled with college, but never football. Him loseing the wieght is a good sign, and the team that drafts him will offer him all the tools he needs to keep the weight off. He had good college production, and he offers great upside as a NT within our system. We would finally have that space eating NT we have never had since transitioning to the 3-4. Going into the off season he was largely regarded as the #2 NT in the draft, and is quite possibly the most pure NT prospect in the draft. I like Jesse Williams as well, and would be fine with either one, which is why my drafts throughout the offseason have featured both. Jenkins, IMO, if he can sustain his new weight, offers more upside than Jesse williams as a pure NT. Guy is extremely athletic for his size, and he is a monster. Our dline on first and second down would be unstopabale with a guy like Jenkins eating space in the middle. He had a good combine, looked great at the senior bowl, and performed will against top OL competition in college, includeing warmack.

Also you can never have too many RB's in Harbaughs system. Davis would offer insurance in case Gore goes down. LMJ, and Hunter have similar skillsets, and are both promising, but neither is a replacment for Gore. Davis offers a combo of speed and size that is rare at the RB position.

Will d*MN yes please lets waste a second round pick on a 2 down player u think tha millions of dollars he could make would be enough guess not...besides alot other names in later rounds like Brandon Williams(my favorite NT/DT) or Bennie Logan ...
Originally posted by tatdwolf49:
Originally posted by IdahoNiner:
Originally posted by tatdwolf49:
No thank on Jenkins over weight N lazy rather have J.Williams or E.Reid .. also taken a RB is a wasted pick they translate frm college to NFL so easy we can draft one next yr ..

I have seen you say this about Jenkins numerous times, and it is rediculous. Has he lost a lot of weight? Yes, but that shows dedication, not lazyness. He is no longer overweight, and IMO he never was Lazy. He was a poor student, and struggled with college, but never football. Him loseing the wieght is a good sign, and the team that drafts him will offer him all the tools he needs to keep the weight off. He had good college production, and he offers great upside as a NT within our system. We would finally have that space eating NT we have never had since transitioning to the 3-4. Going into the off season he was largely regarded as the #2 NT in the draft, and is quite possibly the most pure NT prospect in the draft. I like Jesse Williams as well, and would be fine with either one, which is why my drafts throughout the offseason have featured both. Jenkins, IMO, if he can sustain his new weight, offers more upside than Jesse williams as a pure NT. Guy is extremely athletic for his size, and he is a monster. Our dline on first and second down would be unstopabale with a guy like Jenkins eating space in the middle. He had a good combine, looked great at the senior bowl, and performed will against top OL competition in college, includeing warmack.

Also you can never have too many RB's in Harbaughs system. Davis would offer insurance in case Gore goes down. LMJ, and Hunter have similar skillsets, and are both promising, but neither is a replacment for Gore. Davis offers a combo of speed and size that is rare at the RB position.

Will d*MN yes please lets waste a second round pick on a 2 down player u think tha millions of dollars he could make would be enough guess not...besides alot other names in later rounds like Brandon Williams(my favorite NT/DT) or Bennie Logan ...

You dont see the Value in a NT. Thats fine. I see it as one of the most valuable positions in football for a 3-4 defense.