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 Post subject: My Mock
PostPosted: Wed Mar 22, 2006 12:50 am 
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What do you think about this? I know it's not great, but hey, I tried.

2nd - Cromartie
http://www.nfldraftcountdown.com/scouti ... artie.html

3rd - Colledge
http://www.nfldraftcountdown.com/scouti ... ledge.html

3rd - Maurice Drew
http://www.nfldraftcountdown.com/scouti ... edrew.html

5th - Tony Scheffler - TE Western Michigan
http://www.nfldraftcountdown.com/scouti ... ffler.html

6th - Willie Reid
http://www.nfldraftcountdown.com/scouti ... ereid.html

7th - Anthony Montgomery - DT Minnesota (Read that he might be an OT prospect as well.)
http://www.nfldraftcountdown.com/scouti ... omery.html

Now, I do think a couple of these players might not be there, but with an extra pick next year, I say we could package some picks to move up. Anyway, I thought these looked good. What do you think? I am not great at this so I would understand any bashing, but I tried to fill needs. As for Scheffler, I figured we could add some weight to him and let him work with Crumpler to learn the ropes. Montogmery is a project, but could have a lot of upside possibly. Of course I am a Reid fan and like him for his return abilities.

If Cromartie isn't there, Joseph or Simpson would be nice, but I do think we go DB in the 2nd round. Colledge might not be there in the 3rd and I think we'll package one of the 3rd round picks with a pick from next year to move up, but Colledge would be a nice pick up. I also like Drew. Yes he's not the biggest RB, but I think he would do okay and would be a nice pickup in the 3rd. If he's gone, I would say try and draft Orien Harris or Jonathan Lewis, but I just grabbed those names really.

Well this could change, but hey I figured I would try anyway. I mean it doesn't hurt right?


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Cromartie isn't going past late first. If he did the Raiders would take him to replace Woodson. Colledge is doubtful to be there in the 3rd round, but great pick if he is. Maurice Drew, I'm not as sold on him as other people but there is no doubting his speed & agility.

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I would say the Falcons only shot at Colledge is in Round 2. There is too high a demand for LTs right now for him to fall out the Top 50.

I'm not sure where Cromartie will go. I think a lot of those late 1st corners could be available in the early parts of Round 2. Outside Huff & Williams, I'd be shocked if more than 2 corners were taken in Round 1. My guess would be those 2 are most likely to be Cromartie and Hill, but no guarantees. It should leave another quality CB like Joseph, Marshall, Youboty, or Jennings available for us at #47.

If that draft occurred starley, I'd definitely be happy with the first 4 picks. I don't think Reid or Montgomery necessarily bring anything to the table to get excited about.

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Yeah I figured Colledge would be gone, but in all of the drafts I have seen he's all over the place in both the 2nd and 3rd rounds. I just was hoping he would fall to us, but then again, I do think we'll add higher picks somehow this year. As for the 6th and 7th round picks, they are always a stretch. I mean you can find some people every once in a while, but they are usually just people you try to develop. I do like Scheffler though and would like to get him. I guess as we get closer to the draft more and more will be determined.


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yeah it's a quality mock altogether, but of course you get criticism first on it when you do these things. I'm pretty sure all the sub 4.4 guys will be gone by our pick in the 2nd (Huff, Hill, Williams, Cromartie, Allen, and maybe even Joseph).

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