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  • GEEK
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30 CB JUSTIN GILBERT OKLAHOMA STATE
*BPA and Need pick right here.

56 WR DAVANTE ADAMS FRESNO STATE
*Great big WR with speed. Replaces Manningham.

61 DT RA'SHEDE HAGEMAN MINNESOTA
*EPIC steal right here. Raw and inconsistent at times, Tomsula will have another pet project.

77 S AHMAD DIXON BAYLOR
*A reach pick according to his ranking, but addresses a need position.

94 WR JARED ABBREDERIS WISCONSIN
*Sound route runner and great hands. Possession WR in the NFL. Perfect fit for our offense.

125 C BRYAN STORK FLORIDA STATE
*Bit of a reach pick, but addresses a need. BPA at Center.

158 ILB LAMIN BARROW LSU
*Value pick here. Wilhoite and Barrow will compete at the starting ILB spot until Bowman gets healthy.

189 CB ANDRE HAL VANDERBILT
*Late round steal that will most likely make it to the roster.

218 G SPENCER LONG NEBRASKA
*Starting talent that falls due to injury. Redshirt in his rookie year.

219 RB ALFRED BLUE LSU
*RB/FB guy that takes over Dixon's roster spot.

220 CB RICARDO ALLEN PURDUE
*Surprised he's still available. Competes with Morris for the final roster spot.

222 DE LARRY WEBSTER
*Raw talent, but height (6-6) and speed makes him a nice two way player at TE and OLB.
  • SaksV
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#30 - CB Justin Gilbert - Oklahoma St [Can start right away or compete with Brock & Culliver at either corner spot]

#56 - ILB Chris Borland - Wisconsin [Surprise pick here. Not sure Bowman will be back 100% if at all. We gotta get some insurance]

#61 - WR Kelvin Benjamin - Florida State [Huge body, great size/speed, good hands, excellent weapon for Kap]

#77 - DT Dominique Easley - Florida [Solid solid depth with TJE and Carradine. Can replace Ray McDonald somewhere down the line]

#94 - CB Stanley Jean-Baptiste - Nebraska [I'm really high on this kid. Similar to Dick Sherman in terms of size/skills. Can play safety too]

#125 - QB David Fales - San Jose State [Will develop into a good backup to Kap. Stability at the #2 QB position is underrated in the NFL]

#158 - C Russell Bodine - North Carolina [Like his nastiness and size. Will come in and compete with Kilgore right away]

#189 - S Darwin Cook - West Virginia [Good character guy, he's basically a younger, cheaper version of Donte Whitner. Grab him even if Whitner is re-signed]

#218 - OLB Chaz Sutton - South Carolina [Another college DE for Jim Leavitt to transform into a pass rushing beast ala Aldon/Lemonier]

#219 - TE Asa Watson - North Carolina State [Intriguing athlete. Brings more depth just in case.]

#220 - WR/RB/KR - Jeremy Gallion - Michigan [Playmaker. Can challenge LMJ on returns and play slot]

#222 - OLB - Prince Shembo - Notre Dame [Special Teams player. Depth]
Here is what I simulated:


30


CB JUSTIN GILBERT

OKLAHOMA STATE


56


DT AARON DONALD

PITTSBURGH


61


WR BRANDIN COOKS

OREGON STATE


77


RB KA'DEEM CAREY

ARIZONA


94


DE JACKSON JEFFCOAT

TEXAS


125


RB CARLOS HYDE

OHIO STATE


158


DE JOSH MAURO

STANFORD


189


WR JOSH HUFF

OREGON


218


G KADEEM EDWARDS

TENNESSEE STATE


219


S ISAIAH LEWIS

MICHIGAN STATE


220


CB RICARDO ALLEN

PURDUE


222


RB TYLER GAFFNEY

STANFORD
Originally posted by kronik:
I got these guys, love this site:

30 CB JUSTIN GILBERT OKLAHOMA STATE
56 WR JARVIS LANDRY LSU
61 CB MARCUS ROBERSON FLORIDA
77 WR PAUL RICHARDSON COLORADO
94 DT DANIEL MCCULLERS TENNESSEE
125 QB DAVID FALES SAN JOSE STATE
158 S NICKOE WHITLEY MISSISSIPPI STATE
189 S SEAN PARKER WASHINGTON
218 G KADEEM EDWARDS TENNESSEE STATE
219 RB DRI ARCHER KENT STATE
220 G ZACH FULTON TENNESSEE
222 C GABE IKARD OKLAHOMA

OMG please let this happen lol
Originally posted by GEEK:
30 CB JUSTIN GILBERT OKLAHOMA STATE
*BPA and Need pick right here.

56 WR DAVANTE ADAMS FRESNO STATE
*Great big WR with speed. Replaces Manningham.

61 DT RA'SHEDE HAGEMAN MINNESOTA
*EPIC steal right here. Raw and inconsistent at times, Tomsula will have another pet project.

77 S AHMAD DIXON BAYLOR
*A reach pick according to his ranking, but addresses a need position.

94 WR JARED ABBREDERIS WISCONSIN
*Sound route runner and great hands. Possession WR in the NFL. Perfect fit for our offense.

125 C BRYAN STORK FLORIDA STATE
*Bit of a reach pick, but addresses a need. BPA at Center.

158 ILB LAMIN BARROW LSU
*Value pick here. Wilhoite and Barrow will compete at the starting ILB spot until Bowman gets healthy.

189 CB ANDRE HAL VANDERBILT
*Late round steal that will most likely make it to the roster.

218 G SPENCER LONG NEBRASKA
*Starting talent that falls due to injury. Redshirt in his rookie year.

219 RB ALFRED BLUE LSU
*RB/FB guy that takes over Dixon's roster spot.

220 CB RICARDO ALLEN PURDUE
*Surprised he's still available. Competes with Morris for the final roster spot.

222 DE LARRY WEBSTER
*Raw talent, but height (6-6) and speed makes him a nice two way player at TE and OLB.

of course i'd be jumping for joy, but no way in HELL does Hageman drop that far. dude is considered a top 20 pick
  • buck
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30 CB JUSTIN GILBERT OKLAHOMA STATE


56 WR JARVIS LANDRY LSU


61 S JIMMIE WARD NORTHERN ILLINOIS


77 WR JEFF JANIS SAGINAW VALLEY STATE


94 DT KELCY QUARLES SOUTH CAROLINA


125 C BRYAN STORK FLORIDA STATE


158 CB PIERRE DESIR LINDENWOOD

Thanks for the link.
Thanks for sharing that draft simulator. That thing is awesome and totally fun to use....here are my first four rounds:

30--CB JUSTIN GILBERT (OKLAHOMA STATE)
56--CB MARCUS ROBERSON (FLORIDA)
61--WR JARVIS LANDRY (LSU)
77--S TRE BOSTON (NORTH CAROLINA)
94--WR JARED ABBREDERIS (WISCONSIN)
125--G BRANDON LINDER (MIAMI)
30
CB JUSTIN GILBERT
OKLAHOMA STATE
56
WR BRANDIN COOKS
OREGON STATE
61
G XAVIER SU'A-FILO
UCLA
77
S DION BAILEY
USC
94
ILB CHRIS BORLAND
WISCONSIN

That was hard. I'm glad I'm not drafting.
Originally posted by ElephantHaley:
There is a TightEnd that I think is GONNA BE Special and its Autin Sefarian Jenkins. I know we took Mcdonald in the 2nd last year so I highly doubt they would take a TE this early but I Pray that the Seachickens do NOT get this guy. He's gonna be a Matchup NIGHTMARE for any defense. 6'6 276 with catching skills and some speed Yikes.

The guy I like would be really cheap, Colt Lyerla. He has had some off the field stuff but was sensational at Oregon as a speed, pass catching TE. Could get him in the 7th or undrafted, but Chip Kelly might try to get him. 6'5 238 with a Vernon Davis mentor, could be a nice fit.
Did 3 rounds. I went with:

30 S HA'SEAN CLINTON-DIX
ALABAMA
56 TE AUSTIN SEFERIAN-JENKINS
WASHINGTON
61 DE KONY EALY
MISSOURI
77 CB KYLE FULLER
VIRGINIA TECH
94 QB TAJH BOYD
CLEMSON


Clinton-Dix steps right in and replaces Whitner, who was slightly better this season but is still a huge liability in coverage. No reason to pay him FA money. LEaves money open to re-sign Brown, who is the better, younger, more valuable player.

Austin Seferian-Jenkins has the size and speed to be the eventual replacement for VD. McDonald was a terrible reach pick, as a catching tight end who has never been good at catching the football. He'll be off the team soon if they get another competent player at that spot and ASJ more than fits the bill.

Ealy is a very good all-around edge guy who can rush the passer and play the run, and would fit at DE or OLB. You can never have too many pass rushers and with the long-term stability of Aldon in question, this would be a good selection

Fuller provides the always-need CB depth, especially if they can't re-sign brown and if they release Rogers (which they should). Had some injury trouble last year or he would have gone higher. Decent CB size (6', 195) and a real competitor.

Boyd is the more controversial pick, but I couldn't pass him up at 94. Team needs QB depth and Boyd is similar enough to Kap that they wouldn't have to re-tailor the offense to fit him. GIve him a year or 2 sitting and learning and he may push for the starting job. And talented backup QBs can net you a lot in trade if you do the right things to show them off.

I didn't get a wideout, but without trading there wasn't any value. Truth be told, I'd probably give up the first rounder, the chief 2nd rounder, and the best 3rd rounder in order to move up and get Watkins if someone was willing to deal. I'd probably add the 2015 first rounder too - I really think he'll be a top 5-10 receiver inside of 3 years.
30
G CYRIL RICHARDSON
BAYLOR

56
WR KELVIN BENJAMIN
FLORIDA STATE

61
WR DAVANTE ADAMS
FRESNO STATE

77
S ED REYNOLDS
STANFORD

94
CB ANTONE EXUM
VIRIGNIA TECH

125
CB DEION BELUE
ALABAMA

158
S TY ZIMMERMAN
KANSAS STATE

189
DE AARON LYNCH
USF

218
QB CONNOR SHAW
SOUTH CAROLINA

219
QB KEITH PRICE
WASHINGTON

220
TE COLT LYERLA
OREGON

222
CB ROSS COCKRELL
DUKE

Here are 7 rounds with all the picks. This thing is awesome.
30
WR KELVIN BENJAMIN
FLORIDA STATE

BPA and can start right away. Would be a great redzone threat with his size, speed, jumping ability, and wingspan


56
CB KYLE FULLER
VIRGINIA TECH

A versatile DB with the athleticism to cover and the aggressiveness to play the run.


61
S DEONE BUCANNON
WASHINGTON STATE

The #1 rated SS in the draft. Has a great blend of size and speed who loves to make plays and deliver big hits


77
G ANTHONY STEEN
ALABAMA

Displays a combination of quickness, power, and competitiveness could be moved to center


94
WR MARTAVIS BRYANT
CLEMSON

A tall receiver with the ability to stretch the field


125
QB BRETT SMITH
WYOMING

Smith scans the field quickly, works through his reads and does an excellent job recognizing soft spots in coverage pre-snap. Similar athletic abilities to Kap, and Wilson, would be a nice backup and insurance policy to Kap.


158
CB KEITH MCGILL
UTAH

McGill is a tall corner with good speed. Can provide instant depth at the corner spot, may also be able to move to safety
I stopped when it said I could draft Louis Nix.
30
DT AARON DONALD
PITTSBURGH


56
DE KONY EALY
MISSOURI


61
WR JARVIS LANDRY
LSU


77
WR JARED ABBREDERIS
WISCONSIN


94
CB JAYLEN WATKINS
FLORIDA


125
RB CHARLES SIMS
WVU


158
CB WALK AIKENS
LIBERTY


189
WR JALEN SAUNDERS
OKLAHOMA


218
FB GATOR HOSKINS
MARSHALL


219
CB PIERRE DESIR
LINDENWOOD


220
OT BILLY TURNER
NORTH DAKOTA STATE


222
QB LOGAN THOMAS
VIRGINIA TECH