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2016 Colts Forum Mock Draft 2.0

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47 minutes ago, tweezy32 said:

I'm just trying to make my pick!!

If I did my math correctly, @Footballlax31 has slightly over 3 hours remaining.  If a pick is not made in that time, I think the Panthers should be awarded William Jackson III.  The top remaining prospects are Emmanuel Ogbah, Kenny Clark, Connor Cook, and William Jackson III.  The Panthers signed Paul Soliai and re-signed Charles Johnson, so I think they're pretty solid along the DL.  They certainly don't need a QB.  I think giving them a CB makes sense, though you could argue they need another WR (Michael Thomas).  I'm all for consensus, whatever everyone else thinks makes the most sense works for me.  Another potential fit is Jason Spriggs

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1 minute ago, OffensivelyPC said:

With just over a week left, I think it would be quicker to simply put that team on autodraft if they so elect in order to have a chance at finishing - so picks are made instantaneous with the prior GM's selection.  But with a 2 hour pick time frame, I don't really care.  If we even got close to finishing, we could just down the time to like 30 minutes with a day left or something.  I know that's not a reasonable time frame for anyone really, especially through the course of the the work week.  But if we were close to round 7 with 24 hours to go, I think that's fair for the sake of finishing the whole darn thing.  

We could also do something like 3 hours for rounds 4 and 5, then 1 hour for rounds 6 and 7

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24 minutes ago, 21isSuperman said:

We could also do something like 3 hours for rounds 4 and 5, then 1 hour for rounds 6 and 7

Well, let's say we are lucky enough to get through Saturday and finish round 3 (ambitious, but for the sake of argument), there's 155 picks left when round 4 starts.  There's 24 hours available on each of Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday.  On Thursday, we only have 20 hours available since the draft starts at 8pm.  That's 116 total hours.  So in order to finish the mock draft before the actual draft starts Thursday, you need to have over 1.33 Picks/Hour on average (155 Total Picks divided 116 Total hours).  And that's all without regard to the 6 hour tolling that occurs every night from midnight to 6am.  

 

I think the time should be less than 3 hours, but it depends on what the group thinks.  It also depends on the people who may elect to put their team on autodraft.  If everyone is willing to participate, then picks have to drop to an hour or less.  If half the teams go on autodraft, then 2 hours is reasonable since the autodraft teams pick the instant the team before them drafts.

 

Of course, if we're just going to call it after 5 rounds, that changes the landscape of the entire discussion.

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42 minutes ago, 21isSuperman said:

If I did my math correctly, @Footballlax31 has slightly over 3 hours remaining.  If a pick is not made in that time, I think the Panthers should be awarded William Jackson III.  The top remaining prospects are Emmanuel Ogbah, Kenny Clark, Connor Cook, and William Jackson III.  The Panthers signed Paul Soliai and re-signed Charles Johnson, so I think they're pretty solid along the DL.  They certainly don't need a QB.  I think giving them a CB makes sense, though you could argue they need another WR (Michael Thomas).  I'm all for consensus, whatever everyone else thinks makes the most sense works for me.  Another potential fit is Jason Spriggs

 

Jackson III would be my pick

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26 minutes ago, bap03Colts said:

 

Jackson III would be my pick

 

I second this.

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And with that, we end the first round.

 

1-1 Los Angeles Rams: Carson Wentz, QB, North Dakota State
1-2 Cleveland Browns: Jared Goff, QB, California
1-3 Tampa Bay Buccaneers (trade): Jalen Ramsey, CB, Florida State
1-4 Dallas Cowboys: DeForest Buckner, DE, Oregon
1-5 Jacksonville Jaguars: Laremy Tunsil, OT, Ole Miss
1-6 Baltimore Ravens: Joey Bosa, DL, Ohio State
1-7 San Francisco 49ers: Myles Jack, OLB, UCLA
1-8 Philadelphia Eagles: Ezekiel Elliot, RB, Ohio State
1-9 San Diego Chargers (trade): Eli Apple, CB, Ohio State
1-10 New Orleans Saints (trade): Vernon Hargreaves, CB, Florida
1-11 Chicago Bears: Ronnie Stanley, OT, Notre Dame
1-12 New York Giants (trade): Laquon Treadwell, WR, Ole Miss
1-13 Miami Dolphins: Sheldon Rankins, DL, Louisville
1-14 Oakland Raiders: Shaq Lawson, DE/LB, Clemson
1-15 Tennessee Titans: Jack Conklin, OT, Michigan State
1-16 Detroit Lions: Josh Doctson, WR, TCU
1-17 Atlanta Falcons: Reggie Ragland, LB, Alabama
1-18 Indianapolis Colts: Noah Spence, LB, Eastern Kentucky
1-19 Denver Broncos (trade): Paxton Lynch, QB, Memphis
1-20 New York Jets: Darron Lee, LB, Ohio State
1-21 Washington Redskins: Mackensie Alexander, CB, Clemson
1-22 Houston Texans: Corey Coleman, WR, Baylor
1-23 Minnesota Vikings: Andrew Billings, DT, Baylor
1-24 Cincinnati Bengals: Leonard Floyd, OLB, Georgia 
1-25 Pittsburgh Steelers: A’Shawn Robinson, DT, Alabama
1-26 Seattle Seahawks: Cody Whitehair, OL, Kansas State
1-27 Green Bay Packers: Jarran Reed, DT, Alabama
1-28 Kansas City Chiefs: Taylor Decker, OT, Ohio State
1-29 Arizona Cardinals: Karl Joseph, S, West Virginia
1-30 Carolina Panthers: William Jackson III, S, Houston
1-31 Buffalo Bills (trade): Robert Nkemdiche, DT, Ole Miss

 

As we begin the second round, please note the change in time per pick.  Each GM is now given 6 hours per pick instead of the 8 hours given in round 1.

 

@nerukamo, you and the Cleveland Browns are on the clock at pick 32.

 

2-32 Cleveland Browns
2-33 Tennessee Titans
2-34 Minnesota Vikings (trade)
2-35 San Diego Chargers
2-36 Baltimore Ravens
2-37 San Francisco 49ers
2-38 Jacksonville Jaguars
2-39 Tampa Bay Buccaneers
2-40 New York Giants
2-41 Chicago Bears
2-42 Miami Dolphins
2-43 Tennessee Titans
2-44 Oakland Raiders
2-45 Tennessee Titans
2-46 Detroit Lions
2-47 New Orleans Saints
2-48 Indianapolis Colts
2-49 Buffalo Bills
2-50 Atlanta Falcons
2-51 New York Jets
2-52 Houston Texans
2-53 Washington Redskins
2-54 Minnesota Vikings
2-55 Cincinnati Bengals
2-56 Seattle Seahawks
2-57 Green Bay Packers
2-58 Pittsburgh Steelers
2-59 Kansas City Chiefs
2-60 New England Patriots
2-61 New England Patriots
2-62 Carolina Panthers
2-63 Denver Broncos

 

Top remaining prospects:

DE Emmanuel Ogbah Oklahoma State
DT Kenny Clark UCLA
QB Connor Cook Michigan State
DE Kevin Dodd Clemson
DE Jonathan Bullard Florida
WR Michael Thomas Ohio State
DT Austin Johnson Penn State
OT Jason Spriggs Indiana
C Ryan Kelly Alabama
CB Kendall Fuller Virginia Tech
DT Vernon Butler Louisiana Tech
WR Sterling Shepard Oklahoma
TE Hunter Henry Arkansas
WR Will Fuller Notre Dame
S Keanu Neal Florida

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20 minutes ago, The Brazilian Ninja said:

If I (for exemple) don't make my pick in time twice, should I be kicked from the mock?

I like that rule. Up to the majority 

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With the 32nd overall pick, the Cleveland Browns select Ryan Kelly, C, from Alabama.

 

The Titans are now on the clock.

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With the 33rd overall pick, the Titans select Vernon Butler, DT, Louisiana Tech

 

@NFLFan is on the clock for the Vikings

 

 

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With the 34th pick of the 2016 NFL Draft,  the Minnesota Vikings select Hunter Henry, TE, Arkansas

 

@danlhart87 The Chargers are now on the clock.

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8 minutes ago, danlhart87 said:

TRADE ANNOUNCEMENT 

Chargers receive 38 & 146

Jaguars receive 35

 

Confirm @Exodus

The trade is confirmed.

 

With the 35th pick, the Jacksonville Jaguars are proud to select Kevin Dodd, DE, Clemson

 

EDIT: @21isSuperman and the Baltimore Ravens are now on the clock

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In the AFC North, you need a good defense to win.  You're facing guys like Ben Roethlisberger, Andy Dalton (who was playing at an MVP level at some points during the season last year), AJ Green, and Antonio Brown.  In addition, John Harbaugh has been a secondary/defensive backs coach at multiple times throughout his career.  Thus, we want to select a DB who has the athletic ability to keep up with elite receivers like Green and Brown, even if his technique is a bit flawed.  We're confident our head coach can help refine his technique, so long as he has the attitude to work hard and the athletic ability to work with.  Thus, the Ravens select Artie Burns, CB, Miami

 

@twfish and the 49ers are on the clock

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Updated second round and top remaining prospects:

 

2-35 Jacksonville Jaguars (trade): Kevin Dodd, DE, Clemson
2-36 Baltimore Ravens: Artie Burns, CB, Miami
2-37 San Francisco 49ers
2-38 San Diego Chargers (trade)
2-39 Tampa Bay Buccaneers
2-40 New York Giants
2-41 Chicago Bears

 

DE Emmanuel Ogbah Oklahoma State
DT Kenny Clark UCLA
QB Connor Cook Michigan State
DE Jonathan Bullard Florida
WR Michael Thomas Ohio State
DT Austin Johnson Penn State
OT Jason Spriggs Indiana
CB Kendall Fuller Virginia Tech
WR Sterling Shepard Oklahoma
WR Will Fuller Notre Dame
S Keanu Neal Florida
RB Kenneth Dixon Louisiana Tech
OT Germain Ifedi Texas A&M

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dang I accidently looked at the redskins top needs wrong.. I thought that CB was their number 1 need so I picked Alexander. but their top need was C.. got CB and C mixed up

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Eli Manning is 35 years old.  His body can't take the hits it could take when it was 30.  We need to protect him if we're going to make another run at a Super Bowl before he retires.  We recently invested high draft picks in Pugh and Flowers, but Flowers had a lot of trouble as a rookie.  We want to bring in some more competition and depth.  Perhaps we could more Flowers to the right side and he'll be better there.  Bottom line: we need to do a better job protecting Eli Manning.  As such, the Giants select someone who actually isn't even listed on the top prospect by Fanspeak.  We take Le'Raven Clark, OL, Texas Tech

 

@stitches and the Bears are on the clock

 

I will post an updated draft board and big board momentarily

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Updated draft board:

2-38 San Diego Chargers (trade): Jason Spriggs, OT, Indiana
2-39 Buffalo Bills (trade): Emmanuel Ogbah, DL, Oklahoma State
2-40 New York Giants: Le'Raven Clark, OT, Texas Tech
2-41 Chicago Bears
2-42 Miami Dolphins
2-43 Tennessee Titans
2-44 Oakland Raiders
2-45 Tennessee Titans

 

Top prospects remaining:

DT Kenny Clark UCLA
DE Jonathan Bullard Florida
WR Michael Thomas Ohio State
DT Austin Johnson Penn State
CB Kendall Fuller Virginia Tech
WR Sterling Shepard Oklahoma
WR Will Fuller Notre Dame
S Keanu Neal Florida
RB Kenneth Dixon Louisiana Tech
OT Germain Ifedi Texas A&M
RB Derrick Henry Alabama

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23 minutes ago, 21isSuperman said:

Eli Manning is 35 years old.  His body can't take the hits it could take when it was 30.  We need to protect him if we're going to make another run at a Super Bowl before he retires.  We recently invested high draft picks in Pugh and Flowers, but Flowers had a lot of trouble as a rookie.  We want to bring in some more competition and depth.  Perhaps we could more Flowers to the right side and he'll be better there.  Bottom line: we need to do a better job protecting Eli Manning.  As such, the Giants select someone who actually isn't even listed on the top prospect by Fanspeak.  We take Le'Raven Clark, OL, Texas Tech

 

@stitches and the Bears are on the clock

 

I will post an updated draft board and big board momentarily

As much as I hate to admit this, you're exactly right 21. Eli's age & protecting him from unnecessary hits. Good selection there BTW. 

 

No, SW1 isn't on the clock either; I just want Big Blue winning the NFC East again & under no circumstances Dallas. Just kidding, but not really. 

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2 minutes ago, stitches said:

With the 41st pick the Chicago Bears select Chris Jones, DE, Mississippi state

@tweezy32and the Miami Dolphins are on the clock.

I think you have me mixed up.. im not the dolphins lol

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Just now, tweezy32 said:

I think you have me mixed up.. im not the dolphins lol

Thanks, corrected.

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