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 Post subject: Huddle Report releases 7-round mock draft
PostPosted: Mon Jan 24, 2005 2:38 pm 
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It's free, so you can check out over at the Huddle Report, but here's what it had the Falcons picking:


1/27. Matt Roth, DE, Iowa
2/59. Wesley Britt, OT, Alabama
3/90. Ernest Shazor, S, Michigan
4/122. Anthony Davis, RB, Wisconsin
5/154. Mark Bradley, WR, Oklahoma
6/186. Roger Cooper, LB, Montana State
7/218. Eric King, CB, Wake Forest

10. Thomas Davis, S, Georgia
61. Donte Nicholson, S, Oklahoma
91. Khalif Barnes, T, Washington
106. Jamaal Brimmer, UNLV

I added those 3 guys at the bottom because those are some of the names that we've discussed as possible 1st day picks over these past few weeks.

You should note that this mock draft is made through a computer program based on the team needs and draft board that are available at that site.

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Not a bad draft overall but I sure don't like Wisconsin RB's...


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 Post subject: Can't agree with the draft
PostPosted: Tue Jan 25, 2005 12:27 am 
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Shazor in the 3rd round,I don't think so.He will go in the second unless if lower it is a steal.Where is the 4th round extra pick from denver?Roth I can see that happening but I don't think Britt last late in second.Davis is a good back but to small possibly.Bradley in the 5th would be an absolute steal.I know the computer picked them just venting.


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I'd say Shazor is a possibility for the 3rd round. Tweeners tend to slip a bit. It will really depend on how well he runs at the combine. If teams are looking at him as a OLB, then he probably will fall to Round 3 or 4.

It's still January and there's a lot of time left between now and April. It's fun speculating now, but basically probably every prediction we are making now will probably end up being wrong come draft day. :)

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 Post subject: I agree let the speculation begin for arm chair GM's
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I agree much to early to predict the draft but we have to have a plan and I hope the falcon's are thinking like us.


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I don't know much about any of these guys. Can someone paste their bio's? Thanks.


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Here's some links provided by [url=http:///www.nfldraftcountdown.com]NFL Draft Countdown.com[/url] (scroll down on pages to see the profiles):

RB Anthony Davis - has similar build to Dunn, but not as fast
WR Mark Bradley
OT Wesley Britt
OT Khalif Barnes - athletic ex-DT that has a mean streak
DE Matt Roth - i liken him to Kerney, but probably a bit more athletic
LB Roger Cooper - seems similar to Matt Stewart in build
CB Eric King
S Ernest Shazor - could play LB or S, tough run stopper
S Thomas Davis - the closest thing to Roy Williams
S Donte Nicholson - a solid run stopper, with stock on the way donw.
S Jamaal Brimmer - a run stopper some compared to Ronnie Lott at the beginning of the year, his stock has slipped since.

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PostPosted: Wed Jan 26, 2005 12:40 pm 
Pudge wrote:
Here's some links provided by [url=http:///www.nfldraftcountdown.com]NFL Draft Countdown.com[/url] (scroll down on pages to see the profiles):

RB Anthony Davis - has similar build to Dunn, but not as fast
WR Mark Bradley
OT Wesley Britt
OT Khalif Barnes - athletic ex-DT that has a mean streak
DE Matt Roth - i liken him to Kerney, but probably a bit more athletic
LB Roger Cooper - seems similar to Matt Stewart in build
CB Eric King
S Ernest Shazor - could play LB or S, tough run stopper
S Thomas Davis - the closest thing to Roy Williams
S Donte Nicholson - a solid run stopper, with stock on the way donw.
S Jamaal Brimmer - a run stopper some compared to Ronnie Lott at the beginning of the year, his stock has slipped since.


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