There's very few people suggesting that Warmack & Cooper are not within the top 15 players of this draft, however there are very few saying either will be gone by pick #15. It's not to do with talent, it's the value placed on the position. TE is the same.
Schiavone's Race Career:
Anyway, last week I participated in a mock draft that for me was a new idea. It was simply based on the 7 rd mock draft of Walters football.[any 7rd mock would work] And all you had to do was either accept their pick or make one of your own at 17 48 79 etc.
What I liked about this idea was it really simulated the feel of a real draft. After you picked in any given round then 31 players were gone before you chose again.
Then if you did not agree with the pick made in the next round you of course had the option of taking any one of the available players on the board. It really was as close to a real draft as anything I had seen before.
What I did , since Rhodes in this mock was gone earlier than 17, was make one of the SF trades someone had suggested in another thread. This made Lacy available in rd2 at 34 and he was taken. Anyhow it came out like this and this is my mock for TS.
1. 17 Took Blitzburgh34 trade with SF idea, since Rhodes was gone and just could not take another OG now.
2 34 RB Eddie Lacy 46
2 48 WR Markus Wheaton 59 WR Terrance Williams 78 replaces MkW
2 61 OLB/DE Jamie Collins 70
3 79 SS Shamarko Thomas 79
4 114 CB Will Davis 120 --Tharold Simon 125 and Sam Montgomery 134 are still there?
5 150 WR Josh Boyce 150
6 186 TE Joseph Fauria 196 DT Nick Williams 188 [don't we get 2 picks rd6?
Thats about it. There was no 7thrd. I probably would have taken RB Rex Burkhead if he was there.
btw: after the fact, I changed pick 48 to TW. ?? Don't ask?
i like the first and 3rd... still don't understand why you'd draft a half-season starter to become a backup when heath heals... and if you want a Tall WR with hands, Ertz is a better receiver...
Last edited by RuthlessBurgher; 04-25-2013 at 04:51 PM.