Mock #1 1/24/2011
This completes o-line,, as we have signed Logan Mankins-LG allowing us to slide B Waters to center.
This completes rebuild receiving corps, as we have, signed Santana Moss-WR to go along with D-Bowe/McCluster/Moss/Cobb/Young
5'11" 178 sub 4.4
waters center??? titus young i like. been following him for a while
1.) Stephen Paea- DT Oregon State
Stud NT that can play both 4-3 and 3-4. Run Stopper, not a great pass rusher, but that's not what the Chiefs are looking for in their NT, Haley wants to stop the run, and this guys was quoted on CBS sports.com as being as big as a coke machine and just as hard to move. Also a team captain and high character.
2.) Demarcus Love- OT Arkansas
Stud OT that is a monster run blocker (as I said with my first pick Haley want to stop the run, and run the ball), has 3 years of full time playing experience in the tough SEC, Team Captain. Will step in and solidify our RT position.
3.) Randall Cobb WR Kentucky/Titus Young WR Bosie St.
Not sure if Cobb will be available here (If so it will be a steal, he's versatile, and if on the field the same time as McCluster it could be dangerous), if not Young will be the best that is left. We need speed opposite Bowe and he can help take the top off the D. I have them waiting until the 3rd to take a wr because I think they will sign Breastin or Doucett from Arizona. I like the Santanna Moss idea, didn't realize he was a free agent, only thing I don't like about it is that we haven't had good luck signing over the hill FA WR's in the past few years.
4.) Kelvin Shepard- ILB LSU
Inspirational leader of the LSU Defense. Another 3 year starter in the tough SEC. Will rotate with Belcher.
5. Marcus Gilbert- OT Florida
Another Team Captain, 3 year starter in the SEC. Played both LT and RT in college, protected Tebow's blind side for 2 years. High Character, Hard worker. will add depth to the line at either side down the line.
6. Greg McElroy- QB Alabama
Experienced starter, better than our current former Alabama QB. Has won a championship. Played in SEC. Smart, hard worker. Heard this kid on ESPN radio before the National championship. Couln't tell he was a college student... Impressed with how he carried himself and talked about defenses.
Don't know many more prospects this late in the draft.
Other prospects to keep and eye on:
Ahmad Black: SS FLA
Greg Little: ILB Michigan St.
Jerrell Powe NT- Ole Miss
Stefen Wisniewski- C/G Penn State
i dont want to wait untill the 5th round to get our linebacker.unless they address it through free agency.i want a dominate defense that will win us some championships
- QB/WR/RB - One of the most versatile players in the draft
- Dynamic playmaker - displays insticts and vision
- Cat quick with excellent change of direction
- Tremendous production - 94 receptions 1,014 receiving yards in 2010, 400+ yards rushing in 2009 and 2010, 28 combined TDs (2009 and 2010)
- Tough - fights for yardage and willing to go over the middle
- Ideal wildcat guy - recruited as a quarterback (4 starts at UK)
- Dangerous returner - elusive in the open field
- Excellent intangibles and character
- Consistent production - made an impact versus elite competition
- Three year starter
seems like DMC too me. not a good fit since we have a player his style. titus young seems like the better deal from the two
- May not be an every down type - more of a slot receiver/wildcat/returner
- Still developing as a receiver - needs to refine route running
- More quick than fast - lacks breakaway speed (a 4.5 guy)
defense wins championships....so right!!! look who is in the super bowl
Originally Posted by slc chief
Talked about moving Waters to center for a couple years now
Originally Posted by Boxermm187
Address LBer via free agency
Originally Posted by Boxermm187
Barrett Rudd, David Hawthorne,David Harris, Steven Tulloch, Paul Poslusny,Stephen Cooper, ernie Sims, Thomas Davis, Chad Greenway and LaMarr Woodley are all free agents.
Originally Posted by stevefuller
I love Pie-UH.
Originally Posted by Jrudi
Just don't think he'll ever fall to #21
I want him more than anyone not named Von Miller at #21.