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  1. #616
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    Debating Micah Hyde or Cyril Richardson in mock. Hyde is better player but Richardson fits need, I'm one pick away

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    Senior Bowl Day 1

    WR’s: Louisiana Tech’s #4 Quinton Patton (6000/202) was noticed due to his
    overall speed and athleticism. He appeared to be on the receiving end of a number of
    passes and has more than enough talent to develop a pro route tree. #2 Terrance
    Williams (6017/201) of Baylor wants to prove that he can transition from the
    Spread offense to an NFL-style system and today he displayed the skills to
    potentially be the first senior WR drafted in April.
    Figured I could pass a little information along from the Senior Bowl which will be taking place this weekend.

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    Senior Bowl Day 2

    North Team Highlights:

    Performance of the Day: UCLA punter #18 Jeff Locke, with the aid of that northerly
    breeze, he put on a clinic during the special teams’ period. He bombed at least 8
    punts out of 10 attempts with excellent distance and hang time. And being leftfooted, the returners seemed to struggle adjusting to the football in the air. Locke
    also has the added dimension of being an outstanding kickoff specialist, so his
    versatility will get some attention here.
    “I like the North corners as a group, but Desmond Trufant (Washington),
    Jordan Poyer (Oregon State) and Jamar Taylor (Boise State) are the
    ones that stick out the most to me because of their athleticism, body
    quickness and ball skills. “ – AFC Director of Scouting
    I really would like to pick up Jamar Taylor in the third round if he is still available. From what I have read and have seen he would be a great corner in our cover two base. Otherwise I think there is still a chance we take a corner in the second if either Poyer or Trufant are still on the board. I also included the notes on Locke if we decide to take a punter late. We showed what difference special teams can make this season and if we think Locke can dramatically improve out field position why not take him in the 5th or 6th.

    South Team Highlights:

    DL: #54 Montori Hughes/UT-Martin made his debut this afternoon and he is a
    massive defensive tackle candidate at 6047/328 with some foot and body
    quickness, too.
    Play of the Day: Oklahoma QB Landry Jones hooked up with Louisiana Tech’s
    Quinton Patton on a beautiful takeoff that was thrown 53 yards in the air during the
    WR/DB 1-on-1 period.
    Hughes looks like someone we should at least keep an eye on. Any big man that can plug holes and move around can make an impact on an NFL team.

    Also it looks like Quinton Patton is showing his skills for the second day in a row. I like that fact that he won a 1 on 1 matchup down the field. I have liked him before the senior bowl and think he would be the perfect down field threat if he were available in the 2nd round.

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    I told you guys about Patton, late 2nd value.
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    Took Hyde

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    Hey guys.

    I'm in a GM mock and could use som expert help (u guys!)

    So far I have draftet:
    # 31 NT John Jenkins (The new Pat)
    # 54 WR Justin Hunter (Tremendous talent, hopefully our new no.1 within a couple of years)
    # 68 CB Jamar Taylor (Help for our DB)
    # 85 RB Monte Ball (New 2nd string RB)

    Who should I target in the 4th and 5th round?

    I know the Monte Ball selection might seem a bit odd, but I like the value here and havn't got big thoughts about Gerhart.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shakertime View Post
    Hey guys.

    I'm in a GM mock and could use som expert help (u guys!)

    So far I have draftet:
    # 31 NT John Jenkins (The new Pat)
    # 54 WR Justin Hunter (Tremendous talent, hopefully our new no.1 within a couple of years)
    # 68 CB Jamar Taylor (Help for our DB)
    # 85 RB Monte Ball (New 2nd string RB)

    Who should I target in the 4th and 5th round?

    I know the Monte Ball selection might seem a bit odd, but I like the value here and havn't got big thoughts about Gerhart.
    So you traded down from 23 and took Jenkins? I'm simply not a fan of that pick. You did good by nabbing Hunter in round 2 though he's not in my top 3 for WR's in this draft class even. What all did you get out of the deal anyways? I'm guessing the extra pick you used on Taylor? Is that it? Taylor is another player I'm not a fan of too much but I'll give you the benefit of the doubt on him. Also how did we go from picking 52nd to 54th? And 83rd to 85th? I'm assuming you still have both our 4th round picks, 99th and 117th, right? Or maybe not... Anyways I would continue to target receivers. Hamilton, Dobson, guys like that. Also what QB's are left? If there is a good one yet you should nab him because we need a better backup then Webb. If you're okay with taking a RB you should be okay with taking a QB. Honestly RB never should've been drafted but I can see your case for Ball being so good at that point it's worth taking then for when Gerhart walks. Other than that never can hurt to draft more offensive lineman. I notice you haven't address the linebacker area. Is Andrew Jackson of Western Kentucky or anybody else left? If you got no other place to go what about defensive backs? Someone like Micah Hyde if available in round 4 would be nice. I like him more than your Boise State cornerback even.

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    Took Hyde
    Nice pick
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    Hyde is going to be a good corner. He has great great tools to work with and his attitude and leadership fit right in to what we need at CB. Great player.
    The UCLA Punter Jeff Locke looks like the perfect fit to go with our Legatron Walsh.
    Couple of newszee notes that may mean something or may not. Spielmans interview on NFL network about the Senior Bowl mentioned two positions: QB, and CB.
    Might mean something, or not, but you have to wonder, Is Spielman targeting a QB? I can buy that.
    If so, how high up would he nab one? Could get interesting.
    Couple of players I have looked at CB Jordan Poyer and WR Quinton Patton.
    Poyer reminds me of a little tougher Casey Hayward. (who I loved last year and GB took him)
    Poyer looks like a better CB than Robinson, and would be a perfect Nickleback.
    Patton looks like a very good WR. Kind of reminds me of Wright.
    This senior Bowl is going to be a good one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Daniel0227 View Post
    Hyde is going to be a good corner. He has great great tools to work with and his attitude and leadership fit right in to what we need at CB. Great player.
    The UCLA Punter Jeff Locke looks like the perfect fit to go with our Legatron Walsh.
    Couple of newszee notes that may mean something or may not. Spielmans interview on NFL network about the Senior Bowl mentioned two positions: QB, and CB.
    Might mean something, or not, but you have to wonder, Is Spielman targeting a QB? I can buy that.
    If so, how high up would he nab one? Could get interesting.
    Couple of players I have looked at CB Jordan Poyer and WR Quinton Patton.
    Poyer reminds me of a little tougher Casey Hayward. (who I loved last year and GB took him)
    Poyer looks like a better CB than Robinson, and would be a perfect Nickleback.
    Patton looks like a very good WR. Kind of reminds me of Wright.
    This senior Bowl is going to be a good one.
    I wouldn't look into what Spielman says about QB's to much since everyone at the senior bowl is scouting QB's. I am sure the Patriots, Broncos, and Packers are also looking at QB's right now since it is just doing your due diligence.

    I am still a strong believer that we might go with a CB in the first or second round. There is a very good crop in this class and our secondary is by no means an elite unit. Another name to watch in the later rounds is Tyrann Mathieu, after watching some recent interviews he did I really think the guy has turned the corner. We will have to see what a year off of football has done to him, but he is incredibly talented and would have been a top 10 pick if not for his drug issues. If we keep both of our picks in the 4th round and he is available we don't really have anything to lose.

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    We should be looking at QB's because even getting a good backup QB is a huge need given Ponder's injury concerns. Mid-Round prospects probably.
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    Ponder's "injury concerns"?

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    Quote Originally Posted by FrankieFreakout View Post
    Ponder's "injury concerns"?
    Yep, the guy has gotten hurt quite frequently since he entered the league. Aside from the arm injury that kept him out of the wild card game he played through knee and neck injuries this year. While he didn't miss a start last year he had that hip injury which caused him to be benched in each of the two final games of the season, and then there was the concussion in Detroit. Put all of that on top of the arm injuries he had in colleague and yes, its not a stretch to call the guy injury prone.

    He did do very well to take all of the snaps for us this year, however we really don't know how much the injuries he played through effected his game, especially when he went in the tank in the middle of the season.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 100%CHEESE FREE View Post
    Yep, the guy has gotten hurt quite frequently since he entered the league. Aside from the arm injury that kept him out of the wild card game he played through knee and neck injuries this year. While he didn't miss a start last year he had that hip injury which caused him to be benched in each of the two final games of the season, and then there was the concussion in Detroit. Put all of that on top of the arm injuries he had in colleague and yes, its not a stretch to call the guy injury prone.

    He did do very well to take all of the snaps for us this year, however we really don't know how much the injuries he played through effected his game, especially when he went in the tank in the middle of the season.
    I agree that Ponder is borderline injury prone. I will give him a bit of a break on the 2011 season since our O-Line was not doing him any favors. But it is very well known that he struggled with injuries throughout his time in college.

    I would be fine taking a QB in the 4th round. At least we will have a developmental guy who could step in if need be. I would still sift through the free agent market for a veteran backup if possible. I am not suggesting a Matt Moore, but even bringing back Sage would be adequate.

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    Senior Bowl Day 3

    Big Receivers: #83 Chris Harper/Kansas State (6006/228) had a terrific practice
    when he made several contested catches with defensive backs draped all over him.
    He has a muscular, athletic frame and he used it by body positioning the defender
    and “playing basketball” down the field. #33 Aaron Mellette/Elon (6024/216) also
    had a standout day when he popped open and made two nice plays on deeper routes
    downfield. He does not have elite quickness and may only be one-speed, however,
    on this day, he fit in well with the big-school competition and has done an excellent
    job with his blocking, too.
    Texas WR Marquise Goodwin can really fly.
    What the scouts are saying:
    “Quinton Patton (Louisiana Tech) has been the best receiver on the field. I
    didn’t think he would be this good.” – AFC Director
    Really starting to look like Patton has put on a show at the senior bowl thus far.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 100%CHEESE FREE View Post
    Yep, the guy has gotten hurt quite frequently since he entered the league. Aside from the arm injury that kept him out of the wild card game he played through knee and neck injuries this year. While he didn't miss a start last year he had that hip injury which caused him to be benched in each of the two final games of the season, and then there was the concussion in Detroit. Put all of that on top of the arm injuries he had in colleague and yes, its not a stretch to call the guy injury prone.

    He did do very well to take all of the snaps for us this year, however we really don't know how much the injuries he played through effected his game, especially when he went in the tank in the middle of the season.
    Nope. By that logic, every player is injury prone.

    If he's not missing time, he doesn't have injury concerns, sorry.

    He missed one game, albeit a big one, but one game doesn't make someone injury prone. Nope, sorry.

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