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    A lot has changed. Put you new mocks here!

    Hampton, Clark, El, Battle, Allen, and Jon Scott. Well, that changes the team needs a bit.

    Now I'd say we need
    1. CB
    2. ILB
    3. OL (Center, and maybe a tackle or RG)
    4. RB
    5. DL depth (NT or DE)
    6. OLB depth

    We could also add a FB, WR, TE, 2nd Olinemen, 2nd Dlinemen, and perhaps a QB (though our 3rd QB will likely be a vet) in the later rounds.

    My stab...

    1. Jared Odrick DE/DT PSU
    2. Daryl Washington ILB TCU
    3. Dominique Franks CB Oklahoma
    4. J.D. Walton C Baylor
    5. Andre Dixon RB UConn (originally Hardesty)
    5c. Willie Young OLB NC ST
    5c. O'Brien Schofield OLB Wisconsin*
    6. Abe Koroma NT W. Illinois
    7. Jim Dray TE Stanford
    7c. Reynaud Camp FB Fresno St 5'11, 270

    Schofield would likely be IRed for the year and hopefully ready to contribute in 2011.
    Even if Bill Belichick was getting an atomic wedgie, his face would look exactly the same.

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    Re: A lot has changed. Put you new mocks here!

    Quote Originally Posted by steelblood

    1. Jared Odrick DE/DT PSU
    2. Daryl Washington ILB TCU
    3. Dominique Franks CB Oklahoma
    4. J.D. Walton C Baylor
    5. Montario Hardesty RB Tenn
    5c. Willie Young OLB NC ST
    5c. O'Brien Schofield OLB Wisconsin*
    6. Abe Koroma NT W. Illinois
    7. Jim Dray TE Stanford
    7c. Reynaud Camp FB Fresno St 5'11, 270

    Schofield would likely be IRed for the year and hopefully ready to contribute in 2011.
    1. Great pick
    2. Don't think he'll drop that far but if he does, another great pick
    3. Good pick
    4. Great pick, but with this guard class being so weak I think he'll go a round earlier
    5. Another great pick but about 3 rounds off. I'm hearing Hardesty could be a 2nd round pick now and latest a 3rd round pick. Same with Ben Tate.
    5c. Good pick
    5c. Good pick, definitely worth it.
    6. Good pick, Worth the risk
    7. Good pick
    7c. Good pick

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    Yeah, I think Washington is a late 1st early 2nd round talent. I'm probably dreaming about getting him in the second.

    Hardesty is a tough one to figure at this point. I guess I could go with Andre Dixon. I'll change it.
    Even if Bill Belichick was getting an atomic wedgie, his face would look exactly the same.

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    Re: A lot has changed. Put you new mocks here!

    I'll play:

    1 OT Anthony Davis, Rutgers
    2 CB Brandon Ghee, Wake Forest
    3 DE Alex Carrington, Arkansas State
    4 OG John Jerry, Mississippi
    5 ILB Micah Johnson, Kentucky
    5c SS Myron Rolle, Florida State
    5c NT Jay Ross, East Carolina
    6 RB Joique Bell, Wayne State
    7 OLB Adrian Tracy, William and Mary
    7c TE Brody Eldridge, Oklahoma

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    Re: A lot has changed. Put you new mocks here!

    Quote Originally Posted by RuthlessBurgher
    I'll play:

    1 OT Anthony Davis, Rutgers
    2 CB Brandon Ghee, Wake Forest
    3 DE Alex Carrington, Arkansas State
    4 OG John Jerry, Mississippi
    5 ILB Micah Johnson, Kentucky
    5c SS Myron Rolle, Florida State
    5c NT Jay Ross, East Carolina
    6 RB Joique Bell, Wayne State
    7 OLB Adrian Tracy, William and Mary
    7c TE Brody Eldridge, Oklahoma
    Davis has really good run blocking skills. He could help us immediately if he could find the field (RG maybe?) or maybe we could finally move Colon in. Davis and Colon could be a great run blocking combo. I love Carrington from what I've seen. He looked like a dynamite pass rusher at the Senior Bowl. He could help immediately when we are in nickel or dime as a DT or a DE.

    Michah Johnson would mean that we'd have to move Timmons to Farrior's spot. I wonder if Timmons could handle making all the calls and adjustments.

    I've seen you put Myron Rolle in other drafts. What do you like about this kid (besides his intelligence)? He never really produces much on the field. I'm not sure he could beat out Mundy.

    Love the Tracy and Ross picks. They should make the team and provide nice depth/youth. I think both have the potential to develop into starters/spot starters.
    Even if Bill Belichick was getting an atomic wedgie, his face would look exactly the same.

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    Re: A lot has changed. Put you new mocks here!

    I have been targeting Rolle on day 3 of the draft as a backup to Troy at strong safety to replace Tyrone Carter. I had been looking at free safeties earlier, such as Earl Thomas in round 1, Nate Allen in round 2, and Morgan Burnett, Major Wright, or Myron Lewis in rounds 3 or 4, but after re-signing Clark and signing Will Allen to back him up, I don't see a major need there anymore.

    Rolle obviously has the intelligence, but he also has decent size to play strong safety and reasonable athleticism as well (not day one or even day two skill...but I think he'd be worth using one of our 5th round comp picks to compete with Mundy for a roster spot).

    He was rated the top athlete overall when being recruited by colleges, and has a cousin who had a successful career as a DB in the NFL (Samari Rolle...he is not related to Antrel Rolle).

    The following nugget is also noted on his Wikipedia page: "In the NFL Offseason he has been known to work out with Pittsburgh Steelers players such as Santonio Holmes, Ike Taylor, William Gay, James Farrior."

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    Re: A lot has changed. Put you new mocks here!

    Quote Originally Posted by steelblood
    Hampton, Clark, El, Battle, Allen, and Jon Scott. Well, that changes the team needs a bit.

    Now I'd say we need
    1. CB
    2. ILB
    3. OL (Center, and maybe a tackle or RG)
    4. RB
    5. DL depth (NT or DE)
    6. OLB depth

    We could also add a FB, WR, TE, 2nd Olinemen, 2nd Dlinemen, and perhaps a QB (though our 3rd QB will likely be a vet) in the later rounds.

    My stab...

    1. Jared Odrick DE/DT PSU
    2. Daryl Washington ILB TCU
    3. Dominique Franks CB Oklahoma
    4. J.D. Walton C Baylor
    5. Andre Dixon RB UConn (originally Hardesty)
    5c. Willie Young OLB NC ST
    5c. O'Brien Schofield OLB Wisconsin*
    6. Abe Koroma NT W. Illinois
    7. Jim Dray TE Stanford
    7c. Reynaud Camp FB Fresno St 5'11, 270

    Schofield would likely be IRed for the year and hopefully ready to contribute in 2011.
    We might be able to pull off the Odrick/Washington combo if we were able to trade down in the first to nab Odrick, then use the pick(s) that we gained in that trade to trade up in the second to get Washington. I like Franks on day 2, and like Walton as well, but I highly doubt that he would last until the early portion of day 3. I think he is an early 3rd round, and possibly even borderline late 2nd round pick as the #2 center in the draft behind Pouncey.

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    Re: A lot has changed. Put you new mocks here!

    Quote Originally Posted by RuthlessBurgher
    I'll play:

    1 OT Anthony Davis, Rutgers
    2 CB Brandon Ghee, Wake Forest
    3 DE Alex Carrington, Arkansas State
    4 OG John Jerry, Mississippi
    5 ILB Micah Johnson, Kentucky
    5c SS Myron Rolle, Florida State
    5c NT Jay Ross, East Carolina
    6 RB Joique Bell, Wayne State
    7 OLB Adrian Tracy, William and Mary
    7c TE Brody Eldridge, Oklahoma
    1. Great pick
    2. Good corner but I don't think he fits the Steelers CB mold. He's good in coverage but isn't a physical corner who will have his hands all over receivers.
    3. Good pick
    4. Good pick
    5. Good pick. Steelers should be looking at more ILB's.
    5c. Not a big fan of Rolle's either. He seems slow on the field (Reaction time). He's intelligent but he doesn't have good instincts. During the senior bowl he always seemed to break a step too late, which is Ok if you have Taylor May's speed but not Myron Rolle's. If you want a really good Safety that will probably be around in the 4th or 5th rounds, I would look at Terrell Skinner out of Maryland. I really like that guy. Him and Devin McCourty are the best sure tacklers in this years draft out of all the DB's, IMHO.
    5c. Good pick
    6. Good pick
    7. Good pick
    8. Good pick

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    Re: A lot has changed. Put you new mocks here!

    Here is what I got for you guys. Waiting to see if the Bengals re-sign Bobbie Williams and if we sign T.O. or Bryant before I do another Bengals one...

    1. Jared Oldrick, DE/DT, Penn State
    2. Kareem Jackson, CB, Alabama
    3. Ben Tate, RB, Auburn
    4. J.D. Walton, C, Baylor
    5. Linval Joseph, DT, East Carolina
    5c. Marshall Newhouse, OG, TCU
    5c. Darryl Sharpton, ILB, Miami
    6. Antonio Brown, WR, Central Michigan
    7. Antonio Coleman, OLB, Auburn
    7c. Michael Hoomanawanui, TE, Illinois

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    Re: A lot has changed. Put you new mocks here!

    I'll take a shot at a post-combine full first round as well:

    St. Louis (1-15) Sam Bradford, QB, Oklahoma
    Detroit (2-14) Ndamukong Suh, DT, Nebraska
    Tampa Bay (3-13) Gerald McCoy, DT, Oklahoma
    Washington (4-12) Jimmy Clausen, QB, Notre Dame
    Kansas City (4-12) Russell Okung, OT, Oklahoma State
    Seattle (5-11) Eric Berry, S, Tennessee
    Cleveland (5-11) Joe Haden, CB, Florida
    Oakland (5-11) Bruce Campbell, OT, Maryland
    Buffalo (6-10) Bryan Bulaga, OT, Iowa
    Jacksonville (7-9) Dez Bryant, WR, Oklahoma State
    Denver - from Chicago (7-9) Rolando McClain, ILB, Alabama
    Miami (7-9) Dan Williams, NT, Tennessee
    San Francisco (8- C.J. Spiller, RB, Clemson
    Seattle - from Denver (8- Derrick Morgan, DE, Georgia Tech
    New York Giants (8- Brian Price, DT, UCLA
    Tennessee (8- Jason Pierre-Paul, DE, South Florida
    San Francisco - from Carolina (8- Trent Williams, OT, Oklahoma
    Pittsburgh (9-7) Anthony Davis, OT, Rutgers
    Atlanta (9-7) Sean Weatherspoon, OLB, Missouri
    Houston (9-7) Earl Thomas, FS, Texas
    Cincinnati (10-6) Jermaine Gresham, TE, Oklahoma
    New England (10-6) Brandon Graham, DE/OLB, Michigan
    Green Bay (11-5) Charles Brown, OT, USC
    Philadelphia (11-5) Everson Griffen, DE, USC
    Baltimore (9-7) Kyle Wilson, CB, Boise State
    Arizona (10-6) Sergio Kindle, DE/OLB, Texas
    Dallas (11-5) Mike Iupati, G, Idaho
    San Diego (13-3) Terrence Cody, NT, Alabama
    New York Jets (9-7) Taylor Mays, S, USC
    Minnesota (12-4) Devin McCourty, CB, Rutgers
    Indianapolis (14-2) Jared Odrick, DE/DT, Penn State
    New Orleans (13-3) Carlos Dunlap, DE, Florida

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