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29: R1P29

 

OT ANDRUS PEAT

STANFORD




61: R2P29

 

CB KEVIN JOHNSON

WAKE FOREST




93: R3P29

 

JAQUISKI TARTT

SAMFORD




128: R4P29

 

RB TEVIN COLEMAN

INDIANA




165: R5P29

 

DT XAVIER WILLIAMS

NORTHERN IOWA




205: R6P29

 

QB SEAN MANNION

OREGON STATE




207: R6P31

 

ADAM SHEAD

OKLAHOMA




244: R7P27

 

WR DEON LONG

MARYLAND




255: R7P38

 

DE OBUM GWACHAM

OREGON STATE


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This is an excellent draft class if this happened in real life. Love every pick.

 

29: R1P29


DT JORDAN PHILLIPS

OKLAHOMA

 




61: R2P29


CB RONALD DARBY

FLORIDA STATE




 

93: R3P29


WR TYLER LOCKETT

KANSAS STATE

 




128: R4P29


CB STEVEN NELSON

OREGON STATE

 




165: R5P29


GEROD HOLLIMAN

LOUISVILLE

 




205: R6P29


ILB BRYCE HAGER

BAYLOR

 




207: R6P31


DE LYDEN TRAIL

NORFOLK STATE

 




244: R7P27


OT ANDREW DONNAL

IOWA

 




255: R7P38


OLB XZAVIER DICKSON

ALABAMA

 

 

 


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29: R1P29

 

DT DANNY SHELTON

WASHINGTON




61: R2P29

 

ILB STEPHONE ANTHONY

CLEMSON




93: R3P29

 

RB TEVIN COLEMAN

INDIANA




128: R4P29

 

CB JACOBY GLENN

UCF




165: R5P29

 

GEROD HOLLIMAN

LOUISVILLE




205: R6P29

 

MILES DIEFFENBACH

PENN STATE




207: R6P31

 

QB SEAN MANNION

OREGON STATE




244: R7P27

 

DE RYAN RUSSELL

PURDUE




255: R7P38

 

WR TITUS DAVIS

CENTRAL MICHIGAN


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Here's a mock I just completed on Fanspeak using CBS Sports' draft list. I think I did OK, let me know what you guys think. Now, don't say the picks won't be where they were drafted as they were in this version of draft. Let me know what you think of the players. Thanks guys.

29: R1P29

CB TRAE WAYNES

MICHIGAN STATE

61: R2P29

CB JALEN COLLINS

LSU

93: R3P29

S DERRON SMITH

FRESNO STATE

128: R4P29

RB MIKE DAVIS

SOUTH CAROLINA

165: R5P29

DT DERRICK LOTT

CHATTANOOGA

205: R6P29

OT ANDREW DONNAL

IOWA

207: R6P31

WR STEFON DIGGS

MARYLAND

244: R7P27

OLB DERRICK MALONE JR.

OREGON

255: R7P38

ILB JEFF LUC

CINCINNATI

Love the players not sure about taking CB's in the 1st and 2nd

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Haven't done one in a while, got bored, so here ya' go.

 

29: R1P29
DT JORDAN PHILLIPS
OKLAHOMA
61: R2P29
ILB STEPHONE ANTHONY
CLEMSON
93: R3P29
DE HENRY ANDERSON
STANFORD
128: R4P29
OT JEREMIAH POUTASI
UTAH
165: R5P29
OLB LYNDEN TRAIL
NORFOLK STATE
205: R6P29
S DAMARIOUS RUSSELL
ARIZONA STATE
207: R6P31
CB NICK MARSHALL
AUBURN
244: R7P27
WR DAVARIS DANIELS
NOTRE DAME
255: R7P38
RB JEREMY LANGFORD
MICHIGAN STATE

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29: R1P29

 

OT D.J. HUMPHRIES

FLORIDA




61: R2P29

 

ILB STEPHONE ANTHONY

CLEMSON




93: R3P29

 

CB IFO EKPRE-OLOMU

OREGON




128: R4P29

 

RB JAVORIUS ALLEN

USC




165: R5P29

 

DT DAVID PARRY

STANFORD


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I like alot of the ideas floating around but alot of these picks are off with projected rounds. For instance Jalen Collins will not be available at pick 93 in the 2nd round he will go late 1st early 2nd. Steven Nelson will go 3rd round. Stephone Anthony will go late 1st early 2nd. So this is the draft I mocked up last night.

 

1st round- Stephone Anthony ILB Clemson

2nd round - Damarious Randall FS Arizona St.--alot of doubt he will be around this late

3rd round- Steven Nelson CB Oregon St

4th round- Frank Clark DE/OLB Michigan

5th round- Karlos Williams RB/S Florida St.

6th round- Antoine Everett OL Mcneese St.

7th round- Daniel Gambrell OL Notre Dame College

7th round- Davon Walls DT Lincoln

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First 2 picks should be best OVERALL long term pro-level prospects regardless of position other than QB.

This will build the team stronger for years to come and nothing wrong giving development time.

Then fill in holes since we seem set in many positions that are superior to other teams in the league.

You must have faith in the team concept and NEXT MAN UP scenario due to long season and injury possibilities.

Have always felt it starts with obtaining great pro level type players growing a nucleus for the Stars to shine and create CHAMPIONS.

 

We had such a great Offensive free market signing with proven Stars that creating new and returning Stars on Defense is my vote.

 

Great Defensive teams have won in the past but also has a HARD CHARACTER issue to control and maintain.

 

So there is the challenge I feel that really lies ahead in 2105.

 

Looking forward to a great draft for the COLTS.

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29: R1P29                               OT ANDRUS PEAT STANFORD

* Need better pass protection for Luck & much better run blocking. Future at ROT and maybe LOT if Costanzo doesn’t re-up

 

61: R2P29                               CB ERIC ROWE  UTAH

* Can play S or CB, but like him as our next starting safety. Fast, experienced & versatile.

 

93: R3P29                               DT MARCUS HARDISON ARIZONA STATE

* Need some young talented bodies up front. Particularly ones that can offer some type of pass rush.

 

128: R4P29                             OLB LYNDEN TRAIL NORFOLK STATE

* More of a flyer on this guy. Some have him as OLB, some as DE. Just like the idea of a versatile guy with some upside to develop.

 

165: R5P29                             ILB JEFF LUC  CINCINNATI

* Have liked watching video of this guy. Hits hard, blitzes well. Maybe not the most athletic guy, but he could improve our run D.

 

205: R6P29                             RB JOHN CROCKETT  NORTH DAKOTA STATE

* Watched his long TD run against Iowa State last year and wanted this guy on our team. Just has the look of a RB, hitting holes hard, catching the ball well.

 

207: R6P31                             CB JUSTIN COLEMAN  TENNESSEE

* If Josh Gordy never plays another snap for us, I won’t be disappointed. Need some good young talent to develop at the CB.

 

244: R7P27                             DT LETERRIUS WALTON  CENTRAL MICHIGAN

* Maybe ends up on the practice squad for a year, but like another penetrating DE.

 

255: R7P38                             S RONALD MARTIN LSU

* Not really sure why he drops so far in the draft, nobody has him being drafted all that high. Watched him play several times this year and looked pretty good. Besides, some good competition at S would be helpful

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29: R1P29

ILB ERIC KENDRICKS

UCLA

61: R2P29

DT CARL DAVIS

IOWA

93: R3P29

RB JAY AJAYI

BOISE STATE

128: R4P29

S CODY PREWITT

OLE MISS

165: R5P29

OT TY SAMBRAILO

COLORADO STATE

205: R6P29

OLB HAUOLI KIKAHA

WASHINGTON

207: R6P31

ILB HAYES PULLARD

USC

244: R7P27

CB LADARIUS GUNTER

MIAMI

255: R7P38

DT DEON SIMON

NORTHWESTERN STATE

Wasn't too mad at this draft. Got a few defensive cornerstones in Kendrick and Davis, a bell-cow RB in Ajayi, and some solid depth/roleplayers with potential to develop into quality starters.

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29: R1P29
 
DT JORDAN PHILLIPS
OKLAHOMA
61: R2P29
 
ILB STEPHONE ANTHONY
CLEMSON
93: R3P29
 
RB JAY AJAYI
BOISE STATE
128: R4P29
 
OT DONOVAN SMITH
PENN STATE
165: R5P29
 
DT LOUIS TRINCA-PASAT
IOWA
205: R6P29
 
CLAYTON GEATHERS
UCF
207: R6P31
 
IBRAHEIM CAMPBELL
NORTHWESTERN
244: R7P27
 
RB MALCOLM BROWN
TEXAS
255: R7P38
 
DT XAVIER WILLIAMS
NORTHWERN IOWA

 

I'm loving this draft.  Used the composite board.  I feel like we are getting playmakers and role players in the defense with future plans. 

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I did my own bpa based on the consensus fan speak boards this would be a great draft if you ask me!!! And I just did this today!

29: R1P29

RB TODD GURLEY

GEORGIA

61: R2P29

CB JALEN COLLINS

LSU

93: R3P29

DT HENRY ANDERSON

STANFORD

128: R4P29

S JAQUISKI TARTT

SAMFORD

165: R5P29

OLB LYNDEN TRAIL

NORFOLK STATE

205: R6P29

OT ANDREW DONNAL

IOWA

207: R6P31

ILB BRYCE HAGER

BAYLOR

244: R7P27

RB TERRANCE MAGEE

LSU

255: R7P38

OLB FRANK CLARK

MICHIGAN

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I was doing a few mocks and I think I've just had the perfect draft.  Again, don't criticize for where players were drafted, I used the composite draft board.  But let me know what you guys think.  (Reformatted for better viewing lol)

 

R1P29   DT ARIK ARMSTEAD  OREGON
R2P61   OT CEDRIC OGBUEHI  TEXAS A&M
R3P93   CB ERIC ROWE  UTAH
R4P128   S JAQUISKI TARTT  SAMFORD
R5P165  RB JEREMY LANGFORD  MICHIGAN STATE
R6P205  ILB MIKE HULL  PENN STATE
R6P207  OT JAMON BROWN  LOUISVILLE
R7P244  DT DERRICK LOTT  TENNESSEE-CHATTANOGA

 

R7P255  WR AUSTIN HILL  ARIZONA

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29: R1P29
CAMERON ERVING
FLORIDA STATE
 
61: R2P29
ILB DENZEL PERRYMAN
MIAMI
 
93: R3P29
RB TEVIN COLEMAN
INDIANA
 
128: R4P29
JAMES SAMPLE
LOUISVILLE
 
165: R5P29
CB LADARIUS GUNTER
MIAMI
 
205: R6P29
DT CHUCKY HUNTER
TCU
 
207: R6P31
WR STEFON DIGGS
MARYLAND
 
244: R7P27
OT ANDREW DONNAL
IOWA
 
255: R7P38
DE RAY DREW
GEORGIA

 

I don't see Perryman being there in the 2nd round, nor Coleman in the 3rd. But, if rounds 1-4 happen, I will die happy. The rest I am not 100% sold on though.

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Decent draft class if possible would like to see a guard taken at some point though

 

I was doing a few mocks and I think I've just had the perfect draft.  Again, don't criticize for where players were drafted, I used the composite draft board.  But let me know what you guys think.  (Reformatted for better viewing lol)

 

R1P29   DT ARIK ARMSTEAD  OREGON
R2P61   OT CEDRIC OGBUEHI  TEXAS A&M
R3P93   CB ERIC ROWE  UTAH
R4P128   S JAQUISKI TARTT  SAMFORD
R5P165  RB JEREMY LANGFORD  MICHIGAN STATE
R6P205  ILB MIKE HULL  PENN STATE
R6P207  OT JAMON BROWN  LOUISVILLE
R7P244  DT DERRICK LOTT  TENNESSEE-CHATTANOGA

 

R7P255  WR AUSTIN HILL  ARIZONA
 
 

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100% wrong on every post by our local experts on the first round! Don't feel bad but this is why they are doing what they do for a living and we just offer opinions of how well we think they do.  All I ever did was watch after decades of #1's being total flops in the NFL. 

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