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    Sunshine Mock ver 1.0

    Here you go:

    Rd 1: Jared Odrick, DT, 65 305lbs, Penn State
    Rationale: DL set for next 5-7 years

    Rd 2: Brandon Spikes, ILB, 63 250lbs, Florida
    Rationale: Learn for a year behind Farrior. Solid performer for years in toughest conference in the country

    Rd 3: Ben Tate, RB, Auburn, 511 220lbs, Auburn
    Rationale: Legit #2 which we lack on roster

    Rd 4: Amari Spievey, CB, 511 185lbs, Iowa
    Rationale: Good CB with time to develop and challenge current CBs

    Rd 5a: AJ Edds, OLB, 64, 246lbs, Iowa
    Rationale: Depth at OLB which is non existenton current roster

    Rd 5b: Zac Robinson, QB, 63 214lbs, Ok St
    Rationale: The Ben insurance policy

    Rd 5c: Joe Webb, WR, 63 223lbs, UAB
    Rationale: The Santonio insurance policy plus Steelers were one of four teams at his Pro Day watching him.

    Rd 6: Barry Church, S, 62 222lbs, Toledo
    Rationale: Depth at Safety and Special teamer

    Rd 7a: Eric Cook, C, 66 318lbs, New Mexico
    Rationale: Competition at Center, but has time to develop under Kugler

    Rd 7b: Daryl Clark, QB/RB, 62 235lbs, Penn State
    Rationale: Good "slash" player who could be back up passer, rusher and special teams on game day. Lots of flexibility.

    *Disclaimer: IF Spiller is still on the board at #18 when we select, he becomes the pick. I just think he will be gone several picks before we go although I hope for a Mendenhall situation.
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    Re: Sunshine Mock ver 1.0

    Quote Originally Posted by Oviedo
    Rd 5b: Zac Robinson, QB, 63 214lbs, Ok St
    Rationale: The Ben insurance policy

    Rd 5c: Joe Webb, WR, 63 223lbs, UAB
    Rationale: The Santonio insurance policy plus Steelers were one of four teams at his Pro Day watching him.

    Rd 7b: Daryl Clark, QB/RB, 62 235lbs, Penn State
    Rationale: Good "slash" player who could be back up passer, rusher and special teams on game day. Lots of flexibility.
    Joe Webb played QB at college as well. So you have 3 QB's in your mock. I would replace Webb with a more polished WR or Clark with another player...

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    Re: Sunshine Mock ver 1.0


    Best mock yet, until I saw the disclaimer!!

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    Re: Sunshine Mock ver 1.0

    Excellent mock draft. I may switch up and put one of the second tier NT's in there personally but this genuinely looks like a Steelers draft to me.

    I see where JOM is coming from ie a more fluid receiver than Webb but with Ward, Holmes, Wallace & Randle El on the team, he'll have some time to just watch and learn. And a 6'3" guy will be our replacement for Sweed if he doesn't make it.
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    Re: Sunshine Mock ver 1.0

    Couldnt argue too much with the first 4 picks but the last half doesnt thrill me. The first 4 would be sweet by me!!!
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    2) Geno Grissom-OLB-Oklahoma
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    6) Julian Wilson-CB-Oklahoma
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    Re: Sunshine Mock ver 1.0

    Quote Originally Posted by ramblinjim
    Excellent mock draft. I may switch up and put one of the second tier NT's in there personally but this genuinely looks like a Steelers draft to me.

    I see where JOM is coming from ie a more fluid receiver than Webb but with Ward, Holmes, Wallace & Randle El on the team, he'll have some time to just watch and learn. And a 6'3" guy will be our replacement for Sweed if he doesn't make it.
    I would look to add Martin Tevaseau, NT, 6'1" 329lbs from UNLV as a priority UDFA acquisition. We may have inside track since he is Frank "The Tank" Summers cousin.

    I considered putting him where I have Daryl Clark and may still do that.
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    Re: Sunshine Mock ver 1.0

    That is an excellent mock draft you shouldn't change a thing regardless. :P

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    6.173) Wesley Johnson - OT
    6.192) Jordan Zumwalt - ILB
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    Re: Sunshine Mock ver 1.0

    Love it except for Zac Robinson. Dude's arm is weak. He will be totally ineffective at Heinz field in December. Get us one of the strong arm mid-rounders instead.
    Even if Bill Belichick was getting an atomic wedgie, his face would look exactly the same.

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    Re: Sunshine Mock ver 1.0

    Quote Originally Posted by steelblood
    Love it except for Zac Robinson. Dude's arm is weak. He will be totally ineffective at Heinz field in December. Get us one of the strong arm mid-rounders instead.
    He apparently had a good Pro Day with the Steelers in attendance

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    Re: Sunshine Mock ver 1.0

    Yeah, he is a smart kid and would be a great prospect if he didn't have a candy arm. I think his arm may be worse than Brady Quinn's.
    Even if Bill Belichick was getting an atomic wedgie, his face would look exactly the same.

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