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    Mock Draft

    Browns: Myles Garrett DE Texas A&M
    49ers: Solomon Thomas DE Stanford
    Bears: Marshon Lattimore CB Ohio State
    Jaguars: OJ Howard TE Alabama
    Titans: Jonathan Allen DE Alabama
    Jets: Jamal Adams S LSU
    Chargers: Malik Hooker S Ohio State
    Panthers: Derek Barnett DE Tennessee
    Bengals: Taco Charlton DE Michigan
    Bills: Corey Davis WR Western Michigan
    Saints: Christian McCaffrey RB/WR Stanford
    Browns: Mike Williams WR Clemson
    Cardinals: Patrick Mahomes QB Texas Tech
    Eagles: Leonard Fournette LB LSU
    Colts: Haason Reddick LB Temple
    Ravens: Reuben Foster LB Alabama
    Redskins: Malik McDowell DT Michigan State
    Titans: John Ross WR Washington
    Buccaneers: Takkarist McKinley DE UCLA
    Broncos: Ryan Ramczyk OT Wisconsin
    Lions: Zach Cunningham LB Vanderbilt
    Dolphins: Jabrill Peppers S Michigan
    Giants: David Njoku TE Miami
    Raiders: Gareon Conley CB Ohio State
    Texans: Mitch Trubisky QB UNC
    Seahawks: Cam Robinson OT Alabama
    Chiefs: Dalvin Cook RB Florida State
    Cowboys: Marlon Humphrey CB Alabama
    Packers: TreDavious White CB LSU
    Steelers: TJ Watt OLB Wisconsin
    Falcons: Forrest Lamp G Western Kentucky
    Saints: Chidoe Awuzie CB Colorado

    I put this together in about 30 min so fire away at me. Didn't feel like putting descriptions so if you want my logic just ask. I'm considering adding in the 2nd round.
    2017 Vikings Draft :
    41: Dalvin Cook RB Florida State
    70: Pat Elflein C Ohio State
    109: Jaleel Johnson DT Iowa
    120: Ben Gedeon LB Michigan
    170: Rodney Adams WR South Florida
    180: Danny Isidora G Miami
    201: Bucky Hodges TE Virginia Tech
    219: Stacy Coley WR Miami
    220: Ifeadi Odenigbo DE Northwestern
    232: Elijah Lee LB Kansas State
    245: Jack Tocho CB N.C. State

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    You got the Bucs pick wrong, multiple reports from national guys, local reporter's, former players. Dalvin Cook wants to be a Buc, Bucs really want Cook. If he's there at 19 he's the pick.

    Even if it wasn't Cook multiple players I would take over McKinley.

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    Howard is okay. Think I like Allen a touch more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bwallstreet View Post
    You got the Bucs pick wrong, multiple reports from national guys, local reporter's, former players. Dalvin Cook wants to be a Buc, Bucs really want Cook. If he's there at 19 he's the pick.

    Even if it wasn't Cook multiple players I would take over McKinley.
    I struggled with the Bucs pick. I wanted to grab them a safety but I wasn't sure if Peppers would fit. I went with McKinley because of his upside and because outside of Noah Spence the Bucs don't really have a stud pass rusher.
    2017 Vikings Draft :
    41: Dalvin Cook RB Florida State
    70: Pat Elflein C Ohio State
    109: Jaleel Johnson DT Iowa
    120: Ben Gedeon LB Michigan
    170: Rodney Adams WR South Florida
    180: Danny Isidora G Miami
    201: Bucky Hodges TE Virginia Tech
    219: Stacy Coley WR Miami
    220: Ifeadi Odenigbo DE Northwestern
    232: Elijah Lee LB Kansas State
    245: Jack Tocho CB N.C. State

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    Quote Originally Posted by TDjacksonville View Post
    Howard is okay. Think I like Allen a touch more.

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    Those were my 2 choices. The D is looking really solid and I think if they want help Bortles grow then having a freak athlete at tight end was the way to go. He'll be what they hoped Julius Thomas would be.
    2017 Vikings Draft :
    41: Dalvin Cook RB Florida State
    70: Pat Elflein C Ohio State
    109: Jaleel Johnson DT Iowa
    120: Ben Gedeon LB Michigan
    170: Rodney Adams WR South Florida
    180: Danny Isidora G Miami
    201: Bucky Hodges TE Virginia Tech
    219: Stacy Coley WR Miami
    220: Ifeadi Odenigbo DE Northwestern
    232: Elijah Lee LB Kansas State
    245: Jack Tocho CB N.C. State

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    Quote Originally Posted by vikingsfan0845 View Post
    Those were my 2 choices. The D is looking really solid and I think if they want help Bortles grow then having a freak athlete at tight end was the way to go. He'll be what they hoped Julius Thomas would be.
    Coughlin doesn't seem to mind have average tes. Apparently Marrone doesn't either. Coughlin a guy who loves his dlinemen plus Campbell is 31 so he should have a capable backup behind him so they can replace him when they want to. Allens a safe pick who's got the makings of a good interior rusher.

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    Not loving Watt with Lawson and Harris still on the board.

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    I think Denver likes Bolles and Robinson over Ramzyk

    Gimme Josh Rosen or Baker Mayfield Please

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    Quote Originally Posted by vikingsfan0845 View Post
    I struggled with the Bucs pick. I wanted to grab them a safety but I wasn't sure if Peppers would fit. I went with McKinley because of his upside and because outside of Noah Spence the Bucs don't really have a stud pass rusher.
    Jacquies Smith had 7 and 6.5 sacks in 2014 and 2015, missed last year with injury, he's back. Robert Ayers Jr had 15.5 sacks in last 2 years. Gerald McCoy is still an elite DT in his prime and a great interior pass rusher.

    McKinley would be a #4 or #5 DE.

    The pick would be Cook, if he's there at 19, he's the pick unless O.J. Howard, Barnett or some player obviously better than Cook falls.

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    Quote Originally Posted by warfelg View Post
    Not loving Watt with Lawson and Harris still on the board.
    I originally had Harris as the pick but I switched to Watt because I just feel like he's a Steeler type. Smart, tough, strong, tireless worker. Mayock compared him to Clay Mathews. I think that is a pretty rich comparison right now but I think Watt has that grind it out mentality and is going to have a long pro career. Perfect Steeler player IMO.
    2017 Vikings Draft :
    41: Dalvin Cook RB Florida State
    70: Pat Elflein C Ohio State
    109: Jaleel Johnson DT Iowa
    120: Ben Gedeon LB Michigan
    170: Rodney Adams WR South Florida
    180: Danny Isidora G Miami
    201: Bucky Hodges TE Virginia Tech
    219: Stacy Coley WR Miami
    220: Ifeadi Odenigbo DE Northwestern
    232: Elijah Lee LB Kansas State
    245: Jack Tocho CB N.C. State

    #Faith

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    Quote Originally Posted by bwallstreet View Post
    Jacquies Smith had 7 and 6.5 sacks in 2014 and 2015, missed last year with injury, he's back. Robert Ayers Jr had 15.5 sacks in last 2 years. Gerald McCoy is still an elite DT in his prime and a great interior pass rusher.

    McKinley would be a #4 or #5 DE.

    The pick would be Cook, if he's there at 19, he's the pick unless O.J. Howard, Barnett or some player obviously better than Cook falls.
    Yea I knew Smith and Ayers were solid but not really long term impact guys. That was my thinking.

    Does Peppers fit their style of D? Zach Cunningham was another name I considered. If I was doing trades I probably would have had them move back.

    Who else would you say the Bucs are considering? Like I said the Bucs were a tough team for me. Outside of safety no real glaring holes. Pretty solid team overall.
    Last edited by vikingsfan0845; 04-17-2017 at 05:55 PM.
    2017 Vikings Draft :
    41: Dalvin Cook RB Florida State
    70: Pat Elflein C Ohio State
    109: Jaleel Johnson DT Iowa
    120: Ben Gedeon LB Michigan
    170: Rodney Adams WR South Florida
    180: Danny Isidora G Miami
    201: Bucky Hodges TE Virginia Tech
    219: Stacy Coley WR Miami
    220: Ifeadi Odenigbo DE Northwestern
    232: Elijah Lee LB Kansas State
    245: Jack Tocho CB N.C. State

    #Faith

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    Quote Originally Posted by vikingsfan0845 View Post
    I originally had Harris as the pick but I switched to Watt because I just feel like he's a Steeler type. Smart, tough, strong, tireless worker. Mayock compared him to Clay Mathews. I think that is a pretty rich comparison right now but I think Watt has that grind it out mentality and is going to have a long pro career. Perfect Steeler player IMO.
    Watt is massively overrated. Harris fits much more what we need. A stand up/hand in the dirt guy. Pass rush, will develop against the run.

    And an over looked thing: Steelers lately have taken guys with a high SPAQ rating in the 1st and 2nd round. Watt did not test all that high.

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    Quote Originally Posted by warfelg View Post
    Watt is massively overrated. Harris fits much more what we need. A stand up/hand in the dirt guy. Pass rush, will develop against the run.

    And an over looked thing: Steelers lately have taken guys with a high SPAQ rating in the 1st and 2nd round. Watt did not test all that high.

    Watt had the 4th highest sparq score out of all the edge defenders in this draft. Actually tied with Solomon Thomas. Although Myles Garrett was not included in the list.

    Broad jump, 3 cone, and 60 yard shuttle all 90+ %tile. 40 time and bench were not that high.
    2017 Vikings Draft :
    41: Dalvin Cook RB Florida State
    70: Pat Elflein C Ohio State
    109: Jaleel Johnson DT Iowa
    120: Ben Gedeon LB Michigan
    170: Rodney Adams WR South Florida
    180: Danny Isidora G Miami
    201: Bucky Hodges TE Virginia Tech
    219: Stacy Coley WR Miami
    220: Ifeadi Odenigbo DE Northwestern
    232: Elijah Lee LB Kansas State
    245: Jack Tocho CB N.C. State

    #Faith

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    Hats off to you man! This is awesome!

    If Patriots really aren't going to deal Jimmy G, I see Browns taking QB 1st round. Even if they don't QBs are vastly reached for and someone will take one top 10. I see the Jags going RB at 4 there trying to take some pressure off Bortles.


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    Quote Originally Posted by vikingsfan0845 View Post
    Watt had the 4th highest sparq score out of all the edge defenders in this draft. Actually tied with Solomon Thomas. Although Myles Garrett was not included in the list.

    Broad jump, 3 cone, and 60 yard shuttle all 90+ %tile. 40 time and bench were not that high.
    So 3 things in the 90%tile for edge defenders? Not bad but his production doesn't really reflect it.

    I would easily bet if you stripped his name off of his scouting report, people would say 3rd rounder at best. A injury prone OLB with one good season and good for his class measurables. And when I turn on the tape on him I don't see those physical attributes at work. Not overly powerful, not quick off the line, lacks the sudden burst. So either something is missing in translation or he was coached up really well for the combine.

    Like I said. Give me Harris. For another OLB I rather have Watt's teammate Beagle later in the draft at a lesser pick. TJ reminds me too much of Jarvis Jones.

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