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Mecca
02-20-2006, 10:51 AM
The Huddle Report has apparently devised a computer program that has spit out a 7 round mock draft based on Huddle Report's draft board. Of course this doesn't take into account the human factor of drafts, which is why I'm guessing Vince Young drops like a rock. A * by a player's name indicates the team drafted by best player available and indicates a possible trade down opportunity in rounds 1-3.

ROUND 1
1 TEXANS RB *Reggie Bush USC
2 SAINTS QB Matt Leinart USC
3 TITANS OT D'Brickashaw Ferguson Virginia
4 JETS DE *Mario Williams North Carolina St
5 PACKERS LB AJ Hawk Ohio St
6 49ERS RB LenDale White USC
7 RAIDERS S Michael Huff Texas
8 BILLS DT Haloti Ngata Oregon
9 LIONS DE Tamba Hali Penn St
10 CARDINALS TE Vernon Davis Maryland
11 RAMS LB DeMeco Ryans Alabama
12 BROWNS WR Santonio Holmes Ohio St
13 RAVENS CB Jimmy Williams Virginia Tech
14 EAGLES RB DeAngelo Williams Memphis
15 FALCONS CB Tye Hill Clemson
16 DOLPHINS QB Vince Young Texas
17 VIKINGS LB Chad Greenway Iowa
18 COWBOYS QB *Jay Cutler Vanderbilt
19 CHARGERS LB Bobby Carpenter Ohio St
20 CHIEFS DT Brodrick Bunkley Florida St
21 PATRIOTS CB Ashton Youboty Ohio St
22 BRONCOS DE Mathias Kiwanuka Boston College
23 BUCCANEERS OT Winston Justice USC
24 BENGALS TE Marcedes Lewis UCLA
25 GIANTS CB *Alan Zemaitis Penn St
26 BEARS TE Leonard Pope Georgia
27 PANTHERS RB Laurence Maroney Minnesota
28 JAGUARS OG *Max Jean-Gilles Georgia
29 BRONCOS OG *Davin Joseph Oklahoma
30 COLTS DT Gabe Watson Michigan
31 SEAHAWKS DE Manny Lawson North Carolina St
32 STEELERS LB *Abdul Hodge Iowa

ROUND 2
33 TEXANS OC Nick Mangold Ohio St
34 SAINTS LB D'Qwell Jackson Maryland
35 JETS OT Ryan O'Callaghan California
36 PACKERS CB Kelly Jennings Miami
37 49ERS S Ko Simpson South Carolina
38 RAIDERS LB Ernie Sims Florida St
39 TITANS WR Chad Jackson Florida
40 LIONS OT Marcus McNeill Auburn
41 CARDINALS QB Omar Jacobs Bowling Green
42 BILLS WR Sinorice Moss Miami
43 BROWNS LB Thomas Howard UTEP
44 RAVENS DE Darryl Tapp Virginia Tech
45 EAGLES OG Charles Spencer Pittsburgh
46 RAMS DE Kamerion Wimbley Florida St
47 FALCONS OT Eric Winston Miami
48 VIKINGS RB Joseph Addai LSU
49 COWBOYS OT Daryn Colledge Boise St
50 CHARGERS OG Taitusi Lutui USC
51 DOLPHINS WR Maurice Stovall Notre Dame
52 PATRIOTS RB Brian Calhoun Wisconsin
53 REDSKINS DT Rodrique Wright Texas
54 CHIEFS WR Demetrius Williams Oregon
55 BENGALS S Daniel Bullocks Nebraska
56 GIANTS DT Babatunde Oshinowo Stanford
57 BEARS S Donte Whitner Ohio St
58 PANTHERS DT Jesse Mahelona Tennessee
59 BUCCANEERS CB Antonio Cromartie Florida St
60 JAGUARS TE Anthony Fasano Notre Dame
61 BRONCOS S Greg Blue Georgia
62 COLTS RB Maurice Drew UCLA
63 SEAHAWKS S Darnell Bing USC
64 STEELERS WR Derek Hagan Arizona St

ROUND 3
65 TEXANS OT Jonathan Scott Texas
66 TEXANS CB Dee Webb Florida
67 PACKERS RB Leon Washington Florida St
68 49ERS OT Jeremy Trueblood Boston College
69 RAIDERS DT Dusty Dvoracek Oklahoma
70 BILLS TE Dominique Byrd USC
71 JETS DT Orien Harris Miami
72 CARDINALS RB Jerome Harrison Washington St
73 BILLS S Jason Allen Tennessee
74 LIONS WR Todd Watkins BYU
75 PATRIOTS S Pat Watkins Florida St
76 EAGLES WR Greg Lee Pittsburgh
77 RAMS CB DeMario Minter Georgia
78 BROWNS OC Greg Eslinger Minnesota
79 FALCONS DE Elvis Dumervil Louisville
80 COWBOYS WR Martin Nance Miami Ohio
81 CHARGERS DE Parys Haralson Tennessee
82 DOLPHINS CB Richard Marshall Fresno St
83 VIKINGS OT Andrew Whitworth LSU
84 REDSKINS WR Jason Avant Michigan
85 CHIEFS CB Devin Hester Miami
86 PATRIOTS LB Spencer Havner UCLA
87 GIANTS LB Kai Parham Virginia
88 BEARS WR Jonathan Orr Wisconsin
89 PANTHERS DE Mark Anderson Alabama
90 BUCCANEERS DT Claude Wroten LSU
91 BENGALS DE Ray Edwards Purdue
92 JAGUARS CB Cedric Griffin Texas
93 BRONCOS DT Kyle Williams LSU
94 COLTS DE Victor Adeyanju Indiana
95 SEAHAWKS WR Hank Baskett New Mexico
96 STEELERS RB Jerious Norwood Mississippi St

ROUND 4
97 TEXANS QB Brodie Croyle Alabama
98 SAINTS CB Will Blackmon Boston College
99 49ERS WR Mike Hass Oregon St
100 RAIDERS OG *Mark Setterstrom Minnesota
101 TITANS CB Jonathan Joseeph South Carolina
102 JETS RB Brad Smith Missouri
103 PACKERS DT Jonathan Lewis Virginia Tech
104 BILLS CB Charles Gordon Kansas
105 PATRIOTS WR Travis Wilson Oklahoma
106 CARDINALS DT John McCargo North Carolina St
107 EAGLES TE Joe Klopfenstein Colorado
108 RAMS S Bernard Pollard Purdue
109 BROWNS TE David Thomas Texas
110 RAVENS RB Taurean Henderson Texas Tech
111 FALCONS S Roman Harper Alabama
112 CHARGERS CB Anwar Phillips Penn St
113 DOLPHINS LB Gerris Wilkerson Georgia Tech
114 VIKINGS OG Fred Matua USC
115 EAGLES DE Barry Cofield Northwestern
116 JETS LB Fred Roach Alabama
117 PATRIOTS OG Rob Sims Ohio St
118 BRONCOS WR Brandon Williams Wisconsin
119 BEARS CB Tim Jennings Georgia
120 PANTHERS CB Justin Wyatt USC
121 BUCCANEERS DE Stanley McClover Auburn
122 BENGALS CB Derrick Martin Wyoming
123 GIANTS WR Michael Robinson Penn St
124 JAGUARS RB Andre Hall South Florida
125 BRONCOS RB DonTrell Moore New Mexico
126 EAGLES LB Jon Alston Stanford
127 SEAHAWKS DT Johnny Jolly Texas AM
128 STEELERS QB Charlie Whitehurst Clemson

ROUND 5
129 TEXANS DE Eric Henderson Georgia Tech
130 SAINTS OT Zach Strief Northwestern
131 PATRIOTS DT LeKevin Smith Nebraska
132 TITANS LB Tim Dobbins Iowa St
133 JETS QB Reggie McNeal Texas AM
134 PACKERS OC Ryan Cook New Mexico
135 49ERS TE Tim Day Oregon
136 LIONS S Dwayne Slay Texas Tech
137 CARDINALS LB Brian Iwuh Colorado
138 BILLS LB Dale Robinson Arizona St
139 RAMS DT Montavious Stanley Louisville
140 BROWNS DT Sir Henry Anderson Oregon St
141 RAVENS S Calvin Lowry Penn St
142 EAGLES S Anthony Smith Syracuse
143 FALCONS WR Greg Jennings Western Michigan
144 VIKINGS S Dawan Landry Georgia Tech
145 COWBOYS S Antoine Bethea Howard
146 CHARGERS WR Skyler Green LSU
147 PATRIOTS QB *Bruce Gradkowski Toledo
148 REDSKINS CB Josh Lay Pittsburgh
149 CHIEFS QB Paul Pinegar Fresno St
150 PANTHERS LB AJ Nicholson Florida St
151 BUCCANEERS WR Devin Aromashodu Auburn
152 BENGALS OC Mike Degory Florida
153 GIANTS S Nate Salley Ohio St
154 BEARS OT Joe Toledo Washington
155 JAGUARS LB Travis Williams Auburn
156 BRONCOS CB *Gerrick McPhearson Maryland
157 COLTS OT Kevin Boothe Cornell
158 SEAHAWKS RB Lawrence Vickers Colorado
159 STEELERS DE Frostee Rucker USC

ROUND 6
160 TEXANS DT *Kedric Golston Georgia
161 SAINTS DT Steve Fifita Utah
162 TITANS QB Drew Olson UCLA
163 JETS CB *Darrell Hunter Miami Ohio
164 PACKERS OG Jason Spitz Louisville
165 49ERS LB Keith Ellison Oregon St
166 RAIDERS OT Jhari Evans Bloomsburg St
167 CARDINALS OT Jimmy Martin Virginia Tech
168 BILLS OT Paul McQuistan Weber St
169 LIONS LB Brandon Johnson Louisville
170 BROWNS OG Adam Stenavich Michigan
171 RAVENS QB DJ Shockley Georgia
172 CHIEFS DE Chris Gocong Cal Poly
173 RAMS OG Troy Reddick Auburn
174 FALCONS RB Cedric Humes Virginia Tech
175 CHARGERS S Danieal Manning Abilene Christian
176 COWBOYS LB James Anderson Virginia Tech
177 CHARGERS DT Tommy Jackson Auburn
178 CHARGERS OT Derek Morris North Carolina St
179 REDSKINS LB Tim McGarigle Northwestern
180 CHIEFS OT Donald Penn Utah St
181 PATRIOTS DE *Rob Ninkovich Purdue
182 49ERS CB Chiijoke Onyenegecha Oklahoma
183 BENGALS LB Stephen Tulloch North Carolina St
184 GIANTS DT Domata Peko Michigan St
185 BEARS LB Kevin Simon Tennessee
186 REDSKINS DE Julian Jenkins Stanford
187 JAGUARS WR David Anderson Colorado St
188 BRONCOS QB *Brett Basanez Northwestern
189 COLTS LB Omar Gaither Tennessee
190 SEAHAWKS LB *Oliver Hoyte North Carolina St
191 STEELERS S Marcus Hudson North Carolina St

ROUND 7
192 TEXANS WR Brandon Marshall Central Florida
193 SAINTS WR Jeff Webb San Diego St
194 JETS TE *Charles Davis Purdue
195 DOLPHINS S Darrell Brooks Arizona
196 49ERS DE Mike Kudla Ohio St
197 RAIDERS QB Barrick Nealy Texas St
198 TITANS DE Jeremy Mincey Florida
199 BILLS RB *Mike Bell Arizona
200 JETS P *Ryan Plackemeier Wake Forest
201 CARDINALS CB *Dion Byrum Ohio
202 RAVENS WR Cory Rodgers TCU
203 EAGLES OT Mark LeVoir Notre Dame
204 RAMS RB *Matt Bernstein Wisconsin
205 BROWNS OT Rashad Butler Miami
206 FALCONS OG Will Allen Texas
207 COWBOYS OC Donovan Raiola Wisconsin
208 CHARGERS RB *Garrett Mills Tulsa
209 DOLPHINS DT Manaia Brown BYU
210 VIKINGS DT Larry Dibbles Texas
211 CHIEFS RB *Terrence Whitehead Oregon
212 PATRIOTS TE *Jeff King Virginia Tech
213 REDSKINS TE Cooper Wallace Auburn
214 BENGALS QB *Kellen Clemens Oregon
215 GIANTS OT EJ Whitley Texas Tech
216 DOLPHINS OT Jami Hightower Texas AM
217 PANTHERS WR Delanie Walker Missouri St
218 BUCCANEERS LB Rocky McIntosh Miami
219 49ERS QB *Darrell Hackney UAB
220 PANTHERS S *Eric Smith Michigan St
221 COLTS WR Marques Colston Hofstra
222 SEAHAWKS CB *Marcus Maxey Miami
223 STEELERS OC Pat Ross Boston College

Kclee
02-20-2006, 11:21 AM
See, I wouldn't mind the Chiefs drafting Cromartie with our 2nd pick. In fact, I would be pretty happy. We'll see how he does at the combine though, he could change some minds and shoot up the charts.

jspchief
02-20-2006, 11:22 AM
I have to be honest, I like most of that draft. Not a big fan of the WR in round two. Might take Croyle, Mark Anderson, or Blackmon over Hester in round 3.

I think Pinegar would be a decent QB prospect, especially in the 5th.

Kclee
02-20-2006, 11:26 AM
And maybe depending on what FA we get, trade down and pick up Chad Jackson with the first pick. But obviously we'd have to have picked up 2 solid defenders in FA to think about going offense with the first pick.

Mecca
02-20-2006, 11:28 AM
I have to be honest, I like most of that draft. Not a big fan of the WR in round two. Might take Croyle, Mark Anderson, or Blackmon over Hester in round 3.

I think Pinegar would be a decent QB prospect, especially in the 5th.

We don't want Hester.........he's not good at anything but returning kicks, unless of course we want to get rid of Dante Hall.

jspchief
02-20-2006, 12:02 PM
We don't want Hester.........he's not good at anything but returning kicks, unless of course we want to get rid of Dante Hall.Hester's an electric player, and was a decent CB in 2004.

But I think there are better options for this team. We can't afford to be drafting toys. Especially considering some of the guys still on the board.

CHENZ A!
02-20-2006, 02:51 PM
64 STEELERS WR Derek Hagan Arizona St

I'd love to see us go after this guy if he's there in rd 2. He is big and fast with good hands, and I was surprised to see him this far down on their list. I think we need to go Defense first though.

Reaper16
02-20-2006, 03:04 PM
64 STEELERS WR Derek Hagan Arizona St

I'd love to see us go after this guy if he's there in rd 2. He is big and fast with good hands, and I was surprised to see him this far down on their list. I think we need to go Defense first though.
Yeah, those hands were real good at the Senior Bowl. :rolleyes:

jspchief
02-20-2006, 03:14 PM
Yeah, those hands were real good at the Senior Bowl. :rolleyes:That was just brutal. I pray to god we don't draft Hagan after seeing that.

Phobia
02-20-2006, 04:36 PM
Hagan won't get drafted at all after the day he had. That was the ultimate in pathetic.

booger
02-20-2006, 09:07 PM
Pretty interesting Mock.

With the players available at or near those spots I'll give this a shot.

By round and order of preference.

1) Bunkley, Justice, Ko Simpson
Trade down only: Lawson, Joseph, McNeil, Watson, Kiwi, Spencer

2) Cromartie, Blue, Bing, Stovall, Jonathan Scott

3) Griffin, Edwards, Williams, Wroten, Parham, Avant, Basket, Croyle, Gordon

4) No pick.

5) Slay, Iwuh, Dobbins (looks like we would miss all three but be close) Nicolson would be hard to pass on at this point. Boothe is an intriging prospect. Rucker.

6)2 picks) Humes would be a good bargain here. so would the small school sleeper DB Danieal Manning. Simon is a talented LB but has injury concerns. Jenkins DE Stanford.

7) Riola, Hackney, Jason Hatcher DE Grambling State

CHENZ A!
02-20-2006, 09:15 PM
I know he had a bad day, but I was impressed with him this yr(yes, even in the wide open Pac 10). Plus he is a physical specimen that could really develop into a dominant playmaker. He still could improve his status at the combine, although I hope he doesn't so we could steal him in the 2nd or 3rd.

Reaper16
02-20-2006, 09:49 PM
I know he had a bad day, but I was impressed with him this yr(yes, even in the wide open Pac 10). Plus he is a physical specimen that could really develop into a dominant playmaker. He still could improve his status at the combine, although I hope he doesn't so we could steal him in the 2nd or 3rd.
I don't think he has the speed to warrant that. He's a possession reciever, imo, with hands problems to work through.

It's not like he just choked at the game, he was atrocious ALL WEEK.

banyon
02-21-2006, 01:04 AM
Pinegar in the 5th is a total waste of a pick.

...so that means he's probably who we actually take.

htismaqe
02-21-2006, 08:11 AM
Pretty interesting Mock.

With the players available at or near those spots I'll give this a shot.

By round and order of preference.

1) Bunkley, Justice, Ko Simpson
Trade down only: Lawson, Joseph, McNeil, Watson, Kiwi, Spencer

2) Cromartie, Blue, Bing, Stovall, Jonathan Scott

3) Griffin, Edwards, Williams, Wroten, Parham, Avant, Basket, Croyle, Gordon

4) No pick.

5) Slay, Iwuh, Dobbins (looks like we would miss all three but be close) Nicolson would be hard to pass on at this point. Boothe is an intriging prospect. Rucker.

6)2 picks) Humes would be a good bargain here. so would the small school sleeper DB Danieal Manning. Simon is a talented LB but has injury concerns. Jenkins DE Stanford.

7) Riola, Hackney, Jason Hatcher DE Grambling State

I love your list, especially Blue in the 2nd and Croyle in the 3rd.

Trade down and get Watson in the 1st, maybe pick up an additional 3rd or 4th.

milkman
02-21-2006, 08:43 AM
I'm surprised by how far down the list that Drew Olsen is.

I didn't see a lot of college football, but I did see UCLA once, and listened to them on the radio another time.

I was impressed with his poise under pressure and his pocket awareness.

He doesn't have the strongest arm, nor is he fast or elusive, but has an uncanny ability to step away from pressure, and he makes plays in the passing game.

I'd take him in the 5th, if he's there.

booger
02-21-2006, 10:29 PM
I love your list, especially Blue in the 2nd and Croyle in the 3rd.

Trade down and get Watson in the 1st, maybe pick up an additional 3rd or 4th.

That 1st round is going to be a tough choice. Watson has all the potential, just seems to be lacking the work ethic. I just get scarred with that like a lot do with Sims and Siavii. Bunkley plays the nose and has some impressive sack and tackle for loss #'s.

Hell, Manny Lawson seems like a freak of nature with his skills. Could be another Jason Taylor. Who by the way still plays at 245 lbs some how.

I really couldn't believe the numbers Kiwi produced as well. Pretty amazing. He just looks to damn akward to me. Kinda like the black fella from "the air up there" trying to dribble a basketball. His lower body looks frail to me.

I really like Blue as well. With the lack of FA QB's and the depth of the draft, Croyle might not even be there when we pick in RD 3. I'd be very suprised to see Jon Scott drop out of day one, let alone to the 3rd RD as well.

Trading down to get more picks on day 1 would be a good move any way we could do it. It is a very deep day one with the prospects at positions we need help and youth at.

Other than the combine, the next big thing is who we restructure or cut. That could give us a better idea on things as well. I wouldn't want it to happen, but wouldn't be shocked either to see TG traded if we can't work out a contract extension. I'd be surprised but not shocked. We'd have a heck of a time trying to replace his production though.

Ever since Herm had the media roundtable ( access arrowhead segment that lasted over 40 minutes) he said something in there about there could be a few surprises. I am probably just putting to much though into it though.

BigChiefFan
02-22-2006, 08:47 AM
I like the positions the mock draft is addressing, but the picks don't seem like the best value for the players we would be getting in each round, IMO.

I only see ONE starter from that draft. That's not what I would consider a success.

htismaqe
02-22-2006, 11:02 AM
I like the positions the mock draft is addressing, but the picks don't seem like the best value for the players we would be getting in each round, IMO.

I only see ONE starter from that draft. That's not what I would consider a success.

I agree.

I actually like booger's list much better.