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    Draft Simulator- Fun!

    If anybody happens to be bored and wants to have some fun, go check this out:

    http://fanspeak.com/ontheclock/

    Their rankings and algorithms may be a little off, but it's kind of a blast. I've done three already. Love the first and third ones:

    15
    TE ERIC EBRON
    UNC
    46
    OLB KYLE VAN NOY
    BYU
    114
    S DION BAILEY
    USC
    145
    CB STANLEY JEAN- BAPTISTE
    NEBRASKA
    176
    DE JOSH MAURO
    STANFORD
    207
    RB DRI ARCHER
    KENT STATE



    15
    DT LOUIS NIX III
    NOTRE DAME
    46
    CB KYLE FULLER
    VIRGINIA TECH
    114
    WR MARTAVIS BRYANT
    CLEMSON
    145
    S HAKEEM SMITH
    LOUISVILLE
    176
    DE RON POWELL
    FLORIDA
    207
    OT WESLEY JOHNSON
    VANDERBILT



    15
    TE ERIC EBRON
    UNC
    46
    WR KELVIN BENJAMIN
    FLORIDA STATE
    114
    DE MARCUS SMITH
    LOUISVILLE
    145
    S TERRENCE BROOKS
    FLORIDA STATE
    176
    DE JOSH MAURO
    STANFORD
    207
    CB STANLEY JEAN- BAPTISTE
    NEBRASKA

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    it will be way more fun once the simulator includes the comp picks the Steelers will be receiving in the 3rd and 5th rounds.

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    Took a dozen tries, but yes, please.
    15
    DE JADEVEON CLOWNEY
    SOUTH CAROLINA
    46
    CB JUSTIN GILBERT
    OKLAHOMA STATE
    114
    S TRE BOSTON
    NORTH CAROLINA
    145
    WR TEVIN REESE
    BAYLOR
    176
    OLB DENICOS ALLEN
    MICHIGAN STATE
    207
    RB TYLER GAFFNEY
    STANFORD

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    15
    cb darqueze dennard
    michigan state


    46
    wr kelvin benjamin
    florida state


    114
    ot seantrel henderson
    miami


    145
    ilb khairi fortt
    california


    176
    cb stanley jean- baptiste
    nebraska


    207
    olb corey nelson
    oklahoma















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    my first try:

    15 WR Mike Evans Texas A&M

    46 CB Kyle Fuller Virginia Tech

    114 S Dion Bailey USC

    145 NT Ryan Carrethers Arkansas St

    176 TE Marcel Jensen Fresno St

    207 OG/OT Wesley Johnson Vanderbilt

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    Try #2:

    R1 WR SAMMY WATKINS CLEMSON

    R2 CB KYLE FULLER VIRGINIA TECH

    R4 TE C.J. FIEDOROWICZ IOWA

    R5 S TERRENCE BROOKS FLORIDA STATE

    R6 ILB KHAIRI FORTT CALIFORNIA

    R7 OT BILLY TURNER NORTH DAKOTA STATE

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    Mine was TGTBT

    15 Jake Matthews OT Texas A&M
    46 Trent Murphy DE (3-4 Olb for us) Stanford
    114 Martavius Bryant WR Clemson
    145 Deion Belue CB Alabama
    176 Cody Hoffman WR BYU
    207 Ben Gardner DE Stanford
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    Try #3:

    R1 NT LOUIS NIX III NOTRE DAME

    R2 CB KYLE FULLER VIRGINIA TECH

    R4 S DION BAILEY USC

    R5 ILB LAMIN BARROW LSU

    R6 WR JOSH HUFF OREGON

    R7 OT BILLY TURNER NORTH DAKOTA STATE

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    Jean-Baptiste is sure coming up a lot. What do you draftnicks think of him?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Djfan View Post
    Jean-Baptiste is sure coming up a lot. What do you draftnicks think of him?
    STANLEY JEAN-BAPTISTE, CB

    SCHOOL: NEBRASKA | CONFERENCE: BIG10
    COLLEGE EXPERIENCE: SENIOR | HOMETOWN: MIAMI, FL

    6'2" 220 lbs
    4.56 - 40 yard dash
    Projected Round: 4-5

    ANALYSIS

    STRENGTHS: Boasts excellent height and length for the position. Gets a strong initial jam to re-route receivers when playing press-man coverage. Often asked to play off-man principles, as well, showing the patience to allow receivers to get near him before beginning his turning motion. By doing so, Jean-Baptiste is able to sneak a peek toward the quarterback and break quickly on short and intermediate routes.

    Uses his long arms and strong hands to bat away passes as they arrive, demonstrating good hand-eye coordination and leaping ability. Uses his long arms very effectively to rip free from blockers. Surprisingly fluid hips for a cornerback of his size. Capable of changing directions well to maintain close proximity to the receiver. Good ball skills, including the ability to extend and pluck outside of his frame.

    WEAKNESSES: Not nearly as physical as his size would indicate, especially when tackling. Frequently relies on ducking his head and swiping at the legs of ballcarriers. Could be viewed by some as a potential safety convert but hasn't played this position before and will need to develop more physicality and reliability as an open-field tackler.

    While fluid in changing directions, is susceptible to double-moves because he doesn't possess ideal initial burst and possesses just fair straight-line speed, overall.

    COMPARES TO: Brandon Browner, Seattle Seahawks - Like Browner, Jean-Baptiste combines size, ball skills and surprising fluidity to intrigue as a super-sized cornerback. Browner only re-emerged as an NFL player in recent years, however, after languishing in the CFL in part due to a lack of straight-line speed inconsistent effectiveness as an open-field tackler. Should the light turn on for Jean-Baptiste, he could stick in the NFL. Without greater reliability as a tackler, however, his time in the league could be short.

    --Rob Rang (12/30/13)

    http://www.cbssports.com/nfl/draft/p...y-jeanbaptiste

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