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  1. Round 1 - #6 A. Roquan Smith, LB, Georgia B. Tremaine Edmunds, LB, Virginia Tech C. Bradley Chubb, DE, NC State Round 2a - #36 A. Courtland Sutton, WR, Southern Methodist B. James Daniels, C/G, Iowa Round 2b - #37 A. Will Hernandez, G, UTEP B. Derrius Guice, RB, LSU Round 2c - #49 A. Ronald Jones II, RB, Southern California B. Isaiah Oliver, CB, Colorado Round 3 - #67 A. Malik Jefferson, LB, Texas B. PJ Hall, DL, Sam Houston State Round 4 - #104 A. DaeSean Hamilton, WR, Penn State B. Holton Hill, CB, Texas Round 5 - #140 A. Daurice Fountain, WR, Northern Iowa B. Tegray Scales, LB, IU Round 6 - #178 A. Tremon Smith, CB, Central Arkansas B. Genard Avery, LB, Memphis Round 7 - #221 A. Phillip Lindsay, RB, Colorado B. Richie James, WR, Middle Tennessee State
  2. Round 1 - #15 A. Jarrad Davis, LB, Florida B. Reuben Foster, LB, Alabama C. Haason Reddick, LB, Temple Round 2 - #46 A. Tyus Bowser, OLB, Houston B. Tim Williams, OLB, Alabama Round 3 - #80 A. Ahkello Witherspoon, CB, Colorado B. Shaquill Griffin, CB, Central Florida Round 4 - #122 A. Jeremy McNichols, RB, Boise State B. Kareem Hunt, RB, Toledo Round 4 - #137 A. Keion Adams, OLB, Central Michigan B. Jordan Lewis, CB, Michigan Round 4 - #144 A. Blair Brown, LB, Ohio B. Grover Stewart, DT, Albany State Round 5 - #158 A. Lorenzo Jerome, S, St. Francis B. Brandon Wilson, CB, Houston Free Agents: 3 choices A. Eric Wilson, LB, Cincinnati B. Javancy Jones, LB, Jackson State C. Mitchell Paige, WR, Indiana
  3. With the 136th pick in the NFL Draft, the Green Bay Packers select Victor Ochi, DE/OLB, Stony Brook. @Dustin Cleveland is now on the clock.
  4. With the 131st pick in the NFL Draft, the Green Bay Packers select Tyler Ervin, RB, San Jose State. @21isSuperman Baltimore is now on the clock.
  5. With the 125th pick in the NFL Draft, the Green Bay Packers select Tyler Higbee, TE, Western Kentucky. @MTC is now on the clock.
  6. With the 99th pick in the NFL Draft, the Green Bay Packers select Joe Haeg, OT, North Dakota State. @21isSuperman Baltimore is now on the clock.
  7. With the 88th pick in the NFL Draft the Green Bay Packers select Jordan Jenkins, OLB, Georgia. @loudnproudcolt is in the clock.
  8. Round 1 (18): A: Reggie Ragland, ILB, Alabama B: Noah Spence, OLB, Eastern Kentucky C: Robert Nkemdiche, DT, Ole Miss Round 2 (48): A: Jordan Jenkins, OLB, Georgia B: Germain Ifedi, OG, Texas A&M C: Deion Jones, ILB, LSU Round 3 (82): A: Joe Dahl, OG, Washington St. B: Darian Thompson, S, Boise St. Round 4 (113): A: DJ White, CB, Georgia Tech B: Yannick Ngakoue, OLB, Maryland Round 5 (155): A: Evan Boehm, C, Missouri B: Aaron Wallace, OLB, UCLA Round 7 (239): A: Marshaun Coprich, RB, Illinois St. B: Jakeem Grant, WR, Texas Tech Free Agent: A: Greg Milhouse, DT, Campbell B: Daniel Lasco, RB, Cal C: Lloyd Carrington, CB, Arizona St.
  9. The Packers find there replacement for Casey Heyward. With the 57th pick in the NFL Draft the Green Bay Packers select Harlan Miller, CB, Southeastern Louisiana. @loudnproudcolt the Steelers are now on the clock.
  10. I thought about going wide receiver or tight end here, but with Jordy coming back I think it will help the offense flow better. Also Aaron was running for his life this year, but many analyst's are saying it was due to the line not being healthy this year. But the big surprise was Raji walking away, so... With the 32nd pick in the NFL draft, the Packers select Vernon Butler, DT, Louisiana Tech. @wig you are now on the clock.
  11. Mock drafts are always tricky, and will undoubtedly face criticism. A lot will change from when this is posted to when the drat starts, free agency will change everything significantly. Some of this may be unpopular, but it is just a mock of what I think could happen. This is my first attempt of the year, but it has been thoughtfully put together. Cuts: (via overthecap.com) - Andre Johnson, WR (save 5M) - Trent Cole, OLB (save 6.125M) - D'Qwell Jackson, ILB (save 5.75M) - Bjoern Werner, OLB (save 1.5M) - Darius Butler, CB (save 2.5M) Restructure: (via overthcap.com) - Arthur Jones, DE (save 2.5M) Re-signed: (number via overthecap.com) - Jerrell Freeman (4 years/25 million) - Dwayne Allen (4 years/22 million) - Adam Vinatieri (2 years/5 million) - Dwight Lowery (2 years/4 million) - Jack Doyle (1 year/1.66 million) - Dan "Boom" Herron (2 year/1.5 million) Signings: - Bruce Irvin, LB (5 years/52 million) - Jeff Allen, OG (4 years/25 million) - Patrick Robinson, CB (4 years/ 29 million) - Chris Givens, WR (2 years/4 million) Extensions: - Andrew Luck, QB (6 years/120 million/ 70 million guaranteed) Cap after signings: (15 Million) Draft: Round 1: Andrew Billings, NT, Baylor - Some do not understand the importance in drafting a nose tackle this early, but think either protecting Luck or fixing the pass rush is most important. I am of that thinking, but also think that Billings can help with that. Peyton and Brady have been quoted as saying that the pressure that bothers them the most is the pressure right up the middle, and Billings can provide that. Not only can he provide that up the middle, as a dominating NT, but can also help in the pass rush up the edge, by commanding double teams and freeing up the linebackers to rush the passer. Round 2: Christian Westerman, OG/C, Arizona State - This may seem like a reach to some, but is a smart draft pick here. Grigson said that he says many guards/centers can project to what they need for lineman. Westerman excels as an athletic offensive guard and can come in and solidify the center spot. According to nfl.com (Lance Zierlein) Westerman can excel in a ZBS, which is what I project Westerman to being (center). Round 3: William Houston-Carson, FS, William & Mary - The future strong safety spot has hopefully been filled with Geathers, but the Colts need a long term solution for FS. Carson has been solid against the pass and is a willing tackler. He had a good combine, running a 4.54 forty. He could use a year to learn and luckily the Colts can afford to give him that with having Mike Adams still on the roster. Carson is a willing tackler in the run game and can cover the slot, and is a ball hawk in the secondary. Round 4: Victor Ochi, OLB, Stoney Brook - The Colts simply cannot address all of their needs in one free agency, so some may be upset that the Colts did not address OLB until the 4th round. But as stated earlier adding a quality NT in round 1 can help with the pass rush. As for Ochi, he can help set the edge and be a back up to Walden, he has the willingness and the strength to hold up against the run and is not looked at as highly upon, thanks to the lower competition he faced. Round 5: Matt Judon, OLB, Grand Valley State - The Colts double up here, given their need for outside linebackers. Judon is a small school standout that Grigson has shown to not be scared of drafting. Grigson has shown that he prefers production versus what school you went to and Judon has it. He dominated his competition with 20 sacks and 23.5 tackles for loss as a senior, and backed it up with a solid combine showing (275 lb, 4.73 40, and a 35.0 inch vertical). Judon is the classic small school project that can turn into major production on the next level. Round 7: David Morgan, TE, Texas-San Antonio - With the Colts only signing 1 of 2 of their tight ends, the need to draft one for competition is essential. Morgan is a solid blocking tight end with reliable hands and can be solid competition for the teams 3rd tight end.
  12. Getting sacks on the QB, or even tackles, can be the product of the guys around him not being very good. If he's the only guy getting to the QB it can be very hard for someone of his size to chase down and get sacks.And disruption is production in and of itself, especially for a NT.
  13. But to be fair, playmakers are playmakers. I hope Colts give him a serious look in the 1st, he's my favorite player in the draft.
  14. Yeah i think it is very important that we look for playmakers in the draft this year and not just somebody who fits the body type we're looking for in our defense. As we have seen, just because you're huge does not mean you can do your job well.And as for Thompson, I thought that as well, but there is talk right now that he could slip because he doesn't have a set position. ESPN has a second round grade on him right now, and nfl.com has a bottom first, top of second type grade, so you never know. It will all probably change at the combine.
  15. Yeah I may have been a little ambitious on the Tartt pick. He's probably going to sneak into the end of the second the way he is rising.
  16. With it being this early in the offseason for the Colts, I am not going to pick specific free agents that they will take, only the needs they will fill in free agency. Free Agent Needs Filled: (16-20 Million Spent) - OG - Above average guard - DT - A top free agent and one who will collapse the pocket and disrupt the QB - WR - Veteran to help out with depth - S - A top free agent Colts Resigned: (15 Million Spent) - Reggie Wayne - Matt Hasselbeck - Darius Butler - Joe Reitz - Sergio Brown - Mike Adams - Andy Studabaker - Dan Herron - Jarrell Freeman - AQ Shipley - Matt Overton - Xavier Nixon - Daniel Adongo Colts Cut: (11.5 Million Cap Savings) - Laron Landry - Trent Richardson - Lance Louis - Donald Thomas - Shawn Phillips 2015 Draft: - Round 1 - Shaq Thompson, S/LB, Washington - Playmaker, what our defense is lacking, Thompson was a playmaker while at Washington, no matter where he played, he made plays and always had a nose for the ball. Would be a smart pickup at 29. - Round 2 - Paul Dawson, ILB/OLB, TCU - I know you may be saying, why draft pretty much the same person in back to back rounds. Answer, because its what we need, linebackers who make plays, and last time Grigson drafted the same player in back to back rounds it worked out well (Fleener/Allen). Paul Dawson is another playmaker that our defense has been lacking. - Round 3 - Jay Ajayi, RB, Boise State - Gotta give Dustin some credit here, his wright up is what turned me on to this guy. One of his best traits is catching the ball out of the backfield and as of the end of the season this is something our offense needs to run properly. Has fantastic balance and has the speed and vision to work well in our offense. - Round 4 - Marcus Hardison, DT, Arizona State - Defensive line help, disruptive and can collapse the pocket, solid against the run and would help in the rotation immediately. - Round 5 - Jaquiski Tartt, S, Samford - A fan favorite in the later rounds around here. He has the size we crave for our safeties and is very physical. Needs to get better as cover guy, but has the physicality we need. Can start immediately helping us on special teams. - Round 6 - Imoan Claiborne, CB, Northwestern State - A good press corner that can fill in as our 4th corner and would help with depth. Fast riser in the draft, so might be gone before this pick. - Round 6 - Ryan Russell, DE, Purdue - Does not have the production you would like to see, but has the size and the look of the part. Watching him on several clips he can disrupt in the backfield and make the plays, just needs to be more consistent. - Round 7- Jordan Taylor, WR, Rice - At this stage in the draft process and this late in the draft, you look for potential, and I know every year someone drops this low that you can not believe is still there but that is impossible to predict at this stage. Taylor has good size (6'5, 210) and production you would like to see, just needs to put it all together. Let me know what you guys think.
  17. I envision taking shaq and making him an inside linebacker, if he puts on a little more weight he would dominate in coverage at 6'2' and close to 230. And he has enough speed to cover sideline to sideline and could help with blitzing the QB. Just what I would like to see.
  18. Reach: Shaq Thompson, OLB/S, Washington Want: Bendardrick Mckinney, ILB, Miss St. Need: AJ Cann, OG, South Carolina
  19. Zero problems with that mock if all those people are there
  20. 2 (59) ​​A = Marcus Smith B = Terrence Brooks C = Lamarcus Joyner 3 (90) A = Pierre Desir B = Dion Bailey C = Adrian Hubbard 5 (166) A = Preston Brown B = Michael Sam C = Brock Vereen D = (no points for this, but I have a 4th) Josh Mauro 6 (203) A = Zach Kerr B = Walt Aikens C = Dontae Johnson 7 (232) A = Alden Darby B = Greg Blair C = Bruce Gaston
  21. I would go Smith, Van Noy, Attaochu, in that order. But I would not be upset at all if the Colts took any of the 3. They're all so close as far as prospects for me, but my personal preference is Smith, to me he just seems to have the most potential. Murphy to me looks like a carbon copy of Werner and just do not see a need for another guy like Werner (hope he develops into our future SAM).
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