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    Toddjammin's 02/28/10 Mock

    Swap 1st round Picks with Minnisota and get an extra 2nd rounder

    Round 1 Pick 30 C Maurkice Pouncy from Florida 6 Foot 5 318 LBs
    Round 2A CB Kyle Wilson from Boise State 5 Foot 10 190 LB's
    Round 2B RB Anthony Dixon from Mississippi State 6 Foot 1 245 LB's
    Round 3 FS Kam Chancellor from Virginia Tech 6 Foot 3 232 LB's
    Round 4 DE Brandon Deaderick from Alabama 6 Foot 4 296 LB's
    Round 5A ILB Jamar Chaney from Mississippi State 6 foot 1 241 LB's
    Round 5B OT Ciron Black from Oklahoma 6 Foot 5 331 LB's
    Round 6 DT Al Woods from LSU 6 Foot 4 312 LB's
    Round 7A OLB Carl Ihenacho from San Jose State 6 Foot 3 256 LB's
    Round 7B SS Marty Bowman from Boston College 6 Foot 2 225 LB's

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    Re: Toddjammin's 02/28/10 Mock

    I really really like your first three picks.

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    Re: Toddjammin's 02/28/10 Mock

    That is a truly well thought out mock draft that merits praise and compliments!
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    Re: Toddjammin's 02/28/10 Mock

    Personally, at 18, I'd consider moving up, but no way back...

    Not a big fan of this mock.. just my opinion..Think its way too early to do a mock anyways..but to each his own....
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    Quote Originally Posted by pfelix73
    Personally, at 18, I'd consider moving up, but no way back...

    Not a big fan of this mock.. just my opinion..Think its way too early to do a mock anyways..but to each his own....
    Not sure you would want to move out of the sweet spot in this draft. That makes zero sense. The sweet spot for D is rounds 2-5....alot and I mean alot of D talent. We could find three future starters in those rounds. You would give one or more of those to move up? Not me. Move down...I like the move. I would rather grab Odrick however if we moved down. But, I'm not sure he won't fly up the draft board after the combines.

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    Re: Toddjammin's 02/28/10 Mock

    Quote Originally Posted by Shawn
    Quote Originally Posted by pfelix73
    Personally, at 18, I'd consider moving up, but no way back...

    Not a big fan of this mock.. just my opinion..Think its way too early to do a mock anyways..but to each his own....
    Not sure you would want to move out of the sweet spot in this draft. That makes zero sense. The sweet spot for D is rounds 2-5....alot and I mean alot of D talent. We could find three future starters in those rounds. You would give one or more of those to move up? Not me. Move down...I like the move. I would rather grab Odrick however if we moved down. But, I'm not sure he won't fly up the draft board after the combines.
    Well, let's hope Odrick's combine performance is only average and maybe he will stay in the high 20 range

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    Re: Toddjammin's 02/28/10 Mock

    Quote Originally Posted by Lebsteel
    Quote Originally Posted by Shawn
    Quote Originally Posted by pfelix73
    Personally, at 18, I'd consider moving up, but no way back...

    Not a big fan of this mock.. just my opinion..Think its way too early to do a mock anyways..but to each his own....
    Not sure you would want to move out of the sweet spot in this draft. That makes zero sense. The sweet spot for D is rounds 2-5....alot and I mean alot of D talent. We could find three future starters in those rounds. You would give one or more of those to move up? Not me. Move down...I like the move. I would rather grab Odrick however if we moved down. But, I'm not sure he won't fly up the draft board after the combines.
    Well, let's hope Odrick's combine performance is only average and maybe he will stay in the high 20 range
    Agreed...and BTW of all the mocks I have seen I like yours the best. Solid.

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    Re: Toddjammin's 02/28/10 Mock

    That is an excellent mock draft. :P

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    Re: Toddjammin's 02/28/10 Mock

    It makes no sense in trading down-IMO- Stay at 18 and pick or if need be move up a few slots and get a play-maker. Yea, you can get a play-maker anywhere in the draft,as it can be a crap shoot, but your odds increase with that blue-chip talent in the 1st round.... I know I shouldn;t have gotten involved in these discussions, frankly, its way too early for them..cheers..
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    Welp the fact that you have Ciron Black from Oklahoma tells me you have no idea what your talking about.
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