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Queretano's 1.0 Mock

In my opinion we should use the WR depth of this draft to fulfill our roster, Benjamin reminds me of Plaxico Burress and his potential is big, Moncrief is taller and less than a tenth slower than other Ole Miss WR M. Wallace.

Easley could sit behind McDonald and with Tank be our future.

Our secondary needs more talent and at least depth is provided; I could see Bucannon as a starter and McGill and Gaines contributing to our D.

We should use our 7th's to pick sleepers and small school prospects.



1(30) Kelvin Benjamin, WR, Florida State
Height: 6-5. Weight: 234.
Is mismatch nightmare with a ton of upside.

2(56)Dominick Easley, DE, Florida
Height: 6-2. Weight: 282
Was a dominant force in 2013 before an ACL tear in practice cut his season short.
Has a non-stop motor and never takes plays off.

2(61) Donte Moncrief, WR, Ole Miss
Height: 6-3. Weight: 226.
He ran a lot of vertical routes last year and did a superb job of stretching the defense, has some burst with deceptive deep speed.

3(77) Keith McGill, CB, Utah
Height: 6-3. Weight: 211.
Has really performed well in the receiving one-on-ones as he was able to maintain coverage with receivers in and out of their breaks. McGill demonstrated the hip flexibility to turn and run with receivers downfield.

3(94) Deone Bucannon, S, Washington State
Height: 6-1. Weight: 211.
Has a nice mix of ball skills, run-support tackling and hard hitting ability.

4(125) E.J. Gaines, CB, Missouri
Height: 5-10. Weight: 190.
Gaines has a nice mix of coverage ability and ball skills.

5(158) Max Bullough, ILB, Michigan State
Height: 6-3. Weight: 252.
Has nice bulk and is a strong, physical defender. He is very tough in the tackle box and at the point of attack. The question for the next level is going to be if Bullough is only a run-down linebacker.

6(189) Anthony Fera, K, Texas
Height: 6-2. Weight: 208.
Had an excellent senior season that saw him go 20-of-22. Fera showed a strong and accurate leg from long distance. He was one-for-one from 50+ and five-for-five in the 40+ range in 2013.
I like it.
Love it.
  • dmatt
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No QB?
Originally posted by queretano:
In my opinion we should use the WR depth of this draft to fulfill our roster, Benjamin reminds me of Plaxico Burress and his potential is big, Moncrief is taller and less than a tenth slower than other Ole Miss WR M. Wallace.

Easley could sit behind McDonald and with Tank be our future.

Our secondary needs more talent and at least depth is provided; I could see Bucannon as a starter and McGill and Gaines contributing to our D.

We should use our 7th's to pick sleepers and small school prospects.



1(30) Kelvin Benjamin, WR, Florida State
Height: 6-5. Weight: 234.
Is mismatch nightmare with a ton of upside.

2(56)Dominick Easley, DE, Florida
Height: 6-2. Weight: 282
Was a dominant force in 2013 before an ACL tear in practice cut his season short.
Has a non-stop motor and never takes plays off.

2(61) Donte Moncrief, WR, Ole Miss
Height: 6-3. Weight: 226.
He ran a lot of vertical routes last year and did a superb job of stretching the defense, has some burst with deceptive deep speed.

3(77) Keith McGill, CB, Utah
Height: 6-3. Weight: 211.
Has really performed well in the receiving one-on-ones as he was able to maintain coverage with receivers in and out of their breaks. McGill demonstrated the hip flexibility to turn and run with receivers downfield.

3(94) Deone Bucannon, S, Washington State
Height: 6-1. Weight: 211.
Has a nice mix of ball skills, run-support tackling and hard hitting ability.

4(125) E.J. Gaines, CB, Missouri
Height: 5-10. Weight: 190.
Gaines has a nice mix of coverage ability and ball skills.

5(158) Max Bullough, ILB, Michigan State
Height: 6-3. Weight: 252.
Has nice bulk and is a strong, physical defender. He is very tough in the tackle box and at the point of attack. The question for the next level is going to be if Bullough is only a run-down linebacker.

6(189) Anthony Fera, K, Texas
Height: 6-2. Weight: 208.
Had an excellent senior season that saw him go 20-of-22. Fera showed a strong and accurate leg from long distance. He was one-for-one from 50+ and five-for-five in the 40+ range in 2013.

YES YES
Another solid mock. Benjamin might be a little rough around the edges, would a more polished receiver be a better call? This is a win now team.
Originally posted by dmatt:
No QB?

I couldn't see value at 3rd day early, Fales, Sn Jose St, would be there but IMO is not a fit for our system or provide any improve.

Could take a flyer in the 7th with Ball State QB Keith Wenning wich has a big arm but would be only a project to develop
[ Edited by queretano on Mar 9, 2014 at 8:54 PM ]
Replace Benjamin with Matthews and it'll be excellent!
I see too much bust potential in Benjamin
like it but seems optimistic
love it all except Easley. would rather pick up a higher slotted CB than EJ gaines and use that gaines pick on a DL guy. also, you have my draft crush McGill...he is going to be a true stud!
Benjamin scares me. I'm a big Moncrief guy though. Outside of Benjamin, I like it.
Originally posted by queretano:
Originally posted by dmatt:
No QB?

I couldn't see value at 3rd day early, Fales, Sn Jose St, would be there but IMO is not a fit for our system or provide any improve.

Could take a flyer in the 7th with Ball State QB Keith Wenning wich has a big arm but would be only a project to develop

Noticed you didn't account for the "potential" comp pick so perhaps a QB with that one? Love this mock...gave me some things to think about that are different from many mocks. If Easley falls to second this seems like a very possible set of players for the niners' spots.
So far, the talk's been about the possibility of trading up to get Evans...could be just talk, who knows. Niner scouts were very impressed not only with Evans' size, but speed as well. Benjamin's not as fast. Comparing Benjamin & Evans, it looks like the latter is the more accomplished WR. Benjamin had one big year.

Benjamin: (2 yrs) 84 rec 1506 yds 17.9 avg. 19 TD (vast majority of these numbers were last season)

Evans: (2 Yrs) 151 rec 2499 yds 16.5 avg. 17 TD

If Baalke really wants to trade up for Evans, he's the better guy, but would be expensive. If Benjamin falls to #30, what does that say about his NFL potential? Is he a one-year wonder?

Instead of Easley, why not Tuitt? Both have injuries, but in terms of potential NFL impact, I'd have to go w/Tuitt.

Do you really think Moncrief will last 'til pick 61? I don't, he should be long gone by then.

I like McGill, but you didn't take another CB 'til rd 4. I think Kyle Fuller would be a great pick at #30. Don't think he'd last 'til #56, but Baalke could trade up to get him in 2nd rd.

Also don't think Bucannon will last 'til pick #94. I like the pick, just think the only way Baalke gets him is to trade up. Next point: if you're Harbaugh, do you really want a rookie SS starting alongside your 2nd yr FS?

Overall, I like most of the players you selected, just think you're being overly optimistic WRT where they'll fall in the draft. You also didn't select an OL or a QB.
You didn't use our comp pick. I guess we could add an OL player with that.

I don't think Buccanon will be there at the end of round 3.

The rest of the picks are good.
Easley has shorter arms than I think Baalke would like. E.j. Gaines is a solid corner but he is a zone guy. We don't play zone often because most of our guys are off-man/ press type guys. Gaines could actually be a decent safety IMO.