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Interesting that they have Nix going one pick ahead of us. I think that NT may be a little more a need for us. But the the thought of Timmons and Mosley prowling the inside of the field is daunting. Still though, they need a dominant DL to keep blockers off of them.
I think I would be ok with Mosley - from what I've seen, his instincts get as much acclaim as his physical skills - but I would prefer a game changer, regardless of the side of the ball.
At one point I really wanted Lewan...as a Wolverines fan, I got to watch him a lot. Yeah...he went on a decline especially after the domestic situation he was in regarding threatening a couple of Ohio State fans and allegedly sexually insulting a girl at a party. He looked like a first round talent...but yes, he's ended up looking like a fourth rounder.
Someone will budge and draft him in the first, I just hope it's not going to be the Steelers at #15.
Rara's very early 2015 NFL Mock Draft
Round 1- Jalen Collins, CB; LSU
Round 2- Eric Lefeld, OT; Cincinatti
Round 3- Tyler Kroft, TE; Rutgers
Round 4- Geneo Grissom, OLB; Oklahoma
Round 5- Jonathon Mincy, CB; Auburn
Round 6- Jamil Douglas, OG; Arizona State
Round 7- Spencer Roth, P; Baylor
I'm not saying Lewan can't play. Actually, he has lots of qualities that I like to see in an O-lineman: physical talent of course, but also intelligence, and surly. (His surliness is actually a cause for concern. He seems to tread into Incognito territory.) He just has too much competition (Robinson, Kuondjio) in the Top 10. I think he slides into that 16-20 range.
As for a WR, I would strongly prefer Watkins/Lee over a "big WR" like Evans. I don't see WR as much of a need, but if our FO deems WR to be BPA, I'd be happy to see either in black/gold. (I still strongly lean defense though.)