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this is a discussion within the Saints Community Forum; If you can sort through this funky copy n paste you will find an interesting chart. first number is overall rank, 2nd is the overall average of where the player was picked in mocks. after their school is the highest ...

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Old 03-23-2006, 12:54 PM   #1
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Mock Draft Compilation

If you can sort through this funky copy n paste you will find an interesting chart. first number is overall rank, 2nd is the overall average of where the player was picked in mocks. after their school is the highest they were picked and the lowest. last how many mocks they were on. it doesn't look like they used 2nd rd numbers for mocks that had them so that is probably why none are lower than 32. DeAngelo Williams had the biggest spread 4-30. Leinart and Bush still look like the surest things at the top. I would like to see NO do a trade down before the draft just cuz there could be something just as enticing (or more so) on draft dy.

Rank AVG Player POS School High Low #
1 1.17 Reggie Bush RB USC 1 5 120
2 2.27 Matt Leinart QB USC 1 4 120
3 3.98 D'Brickashaw Ferguson OL Virginia 1 9 120
4 5.48 Mario Williams DL North Carolina State 1 22 120
5 5.58 A.J. Hawk LB Ohio State 2 12 120
6 5.67 Vince Young QB Texas 1 18 120
7 8.43 Jay Cutler QB Vanderbilt 2 20 119
8 8.64 Haloti Ngata DL Oregon 4 16 120
9 9.35 Michael Huff DB Texas 6 24 119
10 9.66 Vernon Davis TE Maryland 6 26 117
11 13.32 Jimmy Williams DB Virginia Tech 6 26 118
12 13.47 Winston Justice OL USC 8 29 118
13 15.75 DeAngelo Williams RB Memphis 4 30 119
14 16.61 Chad Greenway LB Iowa 7 30 115
15 16.79 LenDale White RB USC 5 32 118
16 17.75 Tamba Hali DL Penn State 7 32 115
17 17.94 Manny Lawson DL NC State 11 32 63
18 18.47 Brodrick Bunkley DL Florida State 8 31 106
19 18.72 Tye Hill DB Clemson 11 32 113
20 19.72 Santonio Holmes WR Ohio State 13 32 115
21 20.50 Jonathan Scott OL Texas 9 29 24
22 20.52 Marcus McNeill OL Auburn 9 29 95
23 20.92 Chad Jackson WR Florida 12 32 111
24 21.30 Eric Winston OL Miami 13 31 47
25 22.20 Ko Simpson DB South Carolina 13 32 101
26 23.31 Ashton Youboty DB Ohio State 16 28 58
27 23.74 Donte Whitner DB Ohio State 15 32 42
28 23.83 Ernie Sims LB Florida State 12 32 92
29 23.91 Antonio Cromartie DB Florida State 11 31 66
30 24.55 Mathias Kiwanuka DL Boston College 8 32 98
31 24.57 Gabe Watson DL Michigan 14 31 61
32 24.78 Darnell Bing DB USC 11 32 51
33 24.95 Bobby Carpenter LB Ohio State 12 32 87
34 25.07 Claude Wroten DL LSU 15 32 14
35 25.18 Rodrique Wright DL Texas 15 32 11
36 25.42 Laurence Maroney RB Minnesota 13 32 106
37 25.47 Kamerion Wimbley DL Florida State 16 32 17
38 25.56 DeMeco Ryans LB Alabama 11 32 88
39 25.94 Leonard Pope TE Georgia 14 29 99
40 26.53 Marcedes Lewis TE UCLA 22 29 32
41 27.93 Joseph Addai RB LSU 17 30 14
42 28.28 Sinorice Moss WR Miami 14 32 67
43 29.00 Max Jean-Gilles OL Georgia 23 32 20
44 29.00 Thomas Howard LB UTEP 25 32 12
45 30.53 Nick Mangold OL Ohio State 16 32 38
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Old 03-23-2006, 01:34 PM   #2
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RE: Mock Draft Compilation

Notice all the offensive line in there?
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Re: RE: Mock Draft Compilation

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Notice all the offensive line in there?
Thats why I think we shouldnT waste our #2 pick on another OL. Lets pick up Hawk, that will give us a big name and alot of talent for our defense. We can always get a solid tackle else where in the draft.
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Old 03-23-2006, 02:28 PM   #4
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yes, 5 tackles that could start ahead of gandy IMO. the problem is they all rate at an avg of 24 or higher. possible but not great odds that any of those would fall to our #34 pick. we do need one badly too. thus, the importance of trading down and getting more picks.

i like hawk a lot too. there are a whole lot more LBs that could start immediately left at pick #34 though. this is a big factor in favoring d'brick over hawk as things stand now.
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If you could have Urlacher or Pace right now, who would you take. I think everyone is saying we should pick up da'brick this high is because we will and that way we wont be pissed come april 29. I'm sure he is great and would help a bunch but its time to stop acting like the saints of old and get a kick ass big name on defense. Remember the good old days of the dome patrol, we didn't have half the offense we have now, and we were fired up. Forget the offence for the draft and draft defence. We still could use another corner as well. Thats why i dont think a tackle should be our biggest asset in a draft this big when we could set up one hell of a defense.

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Look into D'Qwell Jackson and Abdul Hodge on the inside, Demeco Ryans, Ernie Sims on the outside. They are much better than what usually would be found at #34- Hitters/starters. I don't think they will disappoint. We have already add one sure thing tough nut player in Fujita. Simmons will be quite a story if he is 80% of what he was. He was a first round pick badass mamma jamma. Gandy looked like old man time out there last year. I'll be on edge for our Breesy boy if he is the left side starter in Game One.
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Originally Posted by saintbuck
If you could have Urlacher or Pace right now, who would you take. I think everyone is saying we should pick up da'brick this high is because we will and that way we wont be pissed come april 29. I'm sure he is great and would help a bunch but its time to stop acting like the saints of old and get a kick ass big name on defense. Remember the good old days of the dome patrol, we didn't have half the offense we have now, and we were fired up. Forget the offence for the draft and draft defence. We still could use another corner as well. Thats why i dont think a tackle should be our biggest asset in a draft this big when we could set up one hell of a defense.
but, we have an offensive minded coach....................smitty
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Ok we got about 2-3 LOT that will start. the rest are ROT. One Center that can handle big DT/NG, the rest are finesse (zone) at the best. OLB are loaded with WLB just a few SLB. MLB will go in the second to the third. Quality runs about 6 deep.
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