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this is a discussion within the Saints Community Forum; My Mock assuming we get a 2nd round pick (because more picks is always fun!) 1. Damontre Moore – DE – Texas A&M Tckls: 80 TFL: 20 Sacks: 12.5 INT: 0 PD: 2 QBH: 8 FF/FR: 1/0 2. Matt Elam ...

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Old 12-28-2012, 12:15 PM   #91
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My Mock assuming we get a 2nd round pick (because more picks is always fun!)

1. Damontre Moore – DE – Texas A&M
Tckls: 80
TFL: 20
Sacks: 12.5
INT: 0
PD: 2
QBH: 8
FF/FR: 1/0
2. Matt Elam – SS – Florida State
Tckls: 65
TFL: 10
Sacks: 1
INT: 4
PD: 5
QBH: 0
FF/FR: 1/0

3. Brian Winters – OT – Kent State
4. Brandon Williams – DT – Missouri Southern
Tckls: 68
TFL: 16.5
Sacks: 8.5
INT: 0
PD: 2
QBH: 8
FF/FR: 5/0

5. Travis Kelce – TE – Cincinnati
Rec: 40
Yards: 599
TD: 7

6. Travis Johnson – DE – San Jose State
Tckls: 65
TFL: 21.5
Sacks: 13
INT: 0
PD: 2
QBH: 6
FF/FR: 3/0

7. Josh Johnson – CB – Purdue
Tckls: 58
TFL: 3
Sacks: 1
INT: 3
PD: 19
QBH: 0
FF/FR: 3/1
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Louisiana-Monroe
Wide receiver Brent Leonard
Safety Khari Usher
Linebacker R.J. Young -
interesting late round?

Ohio
Cornerback Travis Carrie
Guard Eric Herman



Russell Athletic Bowl: Rutgers vs Virginia Tech

Logan Ryan, CB, Rutgers:
The junior cornerback was dominant in all areas this season and looked NFL-ready. Quarterbacks who challenged Ryan came out on the short end, as he possesses top ball skills and the football instincts to match. Ryan has a polished game and should compete for a starting job in the NFL next season if he enters the draft. 1st/2nd Round

Jawan Jamison, RB, Rutgers:
Jamison is another Rutgers underclassman with top tools for the next level. His game is justifiably compared to former Scarlet Knight star Ray Rice, as Jamison is slightly undersized but quick, tough and instinctive. He performs well in all areas of the position and would inject much-needed talent into a sparse running back class if he enters the 2013 draft. 2nd Round


Logan Thomas, QB, Virginia Tech:
Thomas entered the season with high expectations but struggled for most of the year. He misread defenses, forced passes and made a lot of errant throws. The consensus is Thomas would be best served returning to the Hokies for his senior season rather than entering the draft. 3rd Round

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WLB/S/safety Khaseem Greene
One of my sleeper picks late? It would be for this writter. Come on he is one of the top OLB prospects in the country.Now Jared Shermanfrom csnphilly.com knows better

Khaseem Greene, LB, Rutgers, No. 20
I wrote about Greene earlier in the season, and not much has changed. He remains the heart of Rutgers football and was just named the 2012 Big East Defensive Player of the Year, only the second player in Big East history to be receive that honor in back-to-back seasons (Virginia Tech's Corey Moore won it in 1998 and 1999). Green was also named to the 2012 Walter Camp All-American Second Team and AP All-American Third Team.

After starting his career in New Brunswick as a safety, Greene moved to outside linebacker in 2011 (he started 13 games at safety in 2010). It didn't seem to faze him, as he recorded 141 tackles and 3.5 sacks. A broken leg suffered in the 2011 Pinstripe Bowl did put a damper on what was an outstanding season. The redshirt senior didn't seem to be slowed in 2012, as he recorded 125 tackles, six forced fumbles, 5.5 sacks and two interceptions.


As an NFL prospect, Greene (6-1/230) needs to show he can keep the weight on to remain at LB, but the rest of the package is solid. Greene could go as high as the second round come April, especially if he displays his speed and smarts during Senior Bowl week.
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MLB Steve Beauharnais,
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WR Marcus Davis
Is/was it the QB play or not?
WR Dyrell Roberts
Is/was it the QB play or not?
LB Bruce Taylor
LB Jack Tyler
DE James Gayl
has some moves off the edge.

interesting matchup
WR's Mark Harrison and Brandon Coleman Vs Virginia Tech CB Kyle Fuller.



Meineke Car Care: Minnesota vs Texas Tech

Ra'Shede Hageman, DT, Minnesota:
Hageman is a former tight end who's coming off a career campaign in which he started 12 games. He's a large, athletic specimen who makes plays in the backfield or in pursuit. The junior is expected to enter the draft and is a terrific developmental prospect with the ability to start at several spots on the defensive line. 3rd/4th Round

Mike Rallis, LB, Minnesota:
Rallis has been a consistent defender the past three seasons and a linebacker who plays with a non-stop motor. He's a smart prospect who rarely makes mental errors and plays within himself. Rallis is most likely a backup at the next level and someone who should stand out on special teams. 7th Round

LaAdrian Waddle, T, Texas Tech:
Starting the past three seasons, Waddle has been a consistent blocker on the Red Raiders offensive line. He's a massive lineman who has been durable and versatile. Waddle has an NFL body and the ability to successfully fill a roster spot as a utility lineman. 7th Round

Read More: NFL Draft prospects to watch in bowl games: Part 2 - NFL - Tony Pauline - SI.com

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Ra'Shede Hageman, DT/DE/TE, Minnesota
Height: 6-5 Weight: 302
40 Time: 4.78

Keep an eye on this kid for next year.
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Ra'Shede Hageman, DT/DE/TE, Minnesota
Height: 6-5 Weight: 302
40 Time: 4.78

Keep an eye on this kid for next year.
The Power Forward > Tight End > Defensive End Dynamic is happening with more frequency lately...

If Jimmy asks for more money than we can slot for him in the cap, maybe he can double up and get us some sacks!!!
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Next years draft is deep at Defense...
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Ra'Shede Hageman, DT/DE/TE, Minnesota
Height: 6-5 Weight: 302
40 Time: 4.78

Keep an eye on this kid for next year.
You sure do share some awesome information. I feel so much better informed when I read you you have to contribute. Thanks hagan!
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Bell Helicopter Armed Forces: Air Force vs Rice

Vance McDonald, TE, Rice:
Despite missing three games due to injury this season, McDonald remained one of the top pass catching threats for Rice. He measures 6-5 and 260 pounds and has been compared to former Owls star James Casey, now catching passes for the Houston Texans. McDonald displayed improvement in all areas of his game this season, and scouts feel he offers starting potential at the next level. 5th Round

Kyle Prater | Rice, OLB

Alex Means College: Air Force Height: 6-4 Weight: 240 - OLB/DE? 7th/fa

New Era Pinstripe: Syracuse vs West Virginia

Geno Smith, QB, West Virginia: Smith comes off a sensational campaign in which he showed improvement in every area of his game. The big-armed signal caller matured as a leader, threw with better accuracy and made good decisions throughout the season. Smith now stands as the top quarterback available in the 2013 NFL Draft and positioned himself as a top-12 selection. 1st Round

Tavon Austin, WR-RS, West Virginia: Few prospects in April's draft offer the dynamic, game-breaking ability Austin brings to the field. He's a home-run-hitting receiver with reliable hands, as well as a nose for the end zone (12 receiving touchdowns last season). Austin also alters the momentum of games returning punts or running an occasional reverse. His lack of height (5-8 1/2) limits Austin, but his speed and versatility are enticing. 2nd Round

Ryan Nassib, QB, Syracuse: Nassib is ascending draft boards and quickly becoming one of the hot names in the scouting community. He's a terrific leader on the field with the arm strength necessary to make all the throws. Nassib makes good decisions in the pocket, squeezes the most from the talent surrounding him and has most believing he'll have a productive NFL career. 2nd Round

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Stedman Bailey, WR, West Virginia
5'11", 193 pounds, but Bailey has great speed and ball skills

Marcus Sales WR 6-0, 185 Syracuse
2011 year-long suspension. hit with multiple drug charges. charges were dropped . Shame he has solid skill set you could work with. could be a steal in the draft


Shamarko Thomas SS/CB/LB? 5-10, 210 Syracuse
reckless abandonment works here throws his body around on the field, A bit too aggressive, bites on fakes. he needs discipline. Special teams beast?

DE Brandon Sharpe (6-2, 245) Syracuse
his name keeps popping up so i need to do some digging


Now there are two JR to watch here

Justin Pugh OT 6-6, 290, *Syracuse
good body control, good run blocker and mirror rushers in space. needs to fill out his frame

Marquis Spruill MLB, 6-1, 215 *Syracuse
Hitter, good in coverage, develop the mental side of his game?


Read More: NFL Draft prospects to watch in bowl games: Part 2 - NFL - Tony Pauline - SI.com

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Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl: Arizona State vs Navy

Will Sutton, DT, Arizona State -Junior: Despite struggling with a knee injury during the second half of the season, Sutton totaled an eye-popping 10.5 sacks and 20 tackles for loss besides breaking up 5 passes. The junior is undersized, but uses his natural leverage and quick first step to blow by opponents. Sutton projects as a three-technique tackle at the next level. 3rd Round

Brandon MaGee, LB, Arizona State: MaGee rebounded from the Achilles injury that kept him on the sidelines in 2011 to have a successful senior campaign. He showed a well-rounded game this year, leading the Sun Devils with 104 tackles. MaGee plays with terrific instinct and awareness and will do well in a backup role at the next level. 7th Round

Rashad Ross, WR-RS, Arizona State: Ross comes off a disappointing season, but his versatility and big-play ability are enticing. He averaged over 14 yards on 33 receptions and 25.6 yards on 15 kick returns. Ross offers potential as a fifth receiver/return specialist for the next level. 7th Round

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Cameron Marshall, RB, 5’11, 223 #6 Arizona State
north south runner with plus athleticism and solid in pass protection

Keelan Johnson FS 6’1” 210 #10 Senior
speed and athleticism. interesting prospect that could be a steal?

Brice Schwab OT 6'7", 302
intriguing project?

Arizona State others
Alden Darby FS 5’11” 190 #4 Junior
Andrew Sampson OG 6’4” 300 #72 Senior

Keegan Wetzel OLB 6’3” 220 #48 Senior Navy
15 tackles for a loss and seven sacks. slightly larger than Warrick, has slightly less quickness, but similar athleticism and instincts.


Navy others

Gee Gee Greene, RB - #21, 5’8, 185
Brandon Turner WR 6’4” 225 #86 Senior
Tra’ves Bush SS 5’10” 190 #9 Senior

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Valero Alamo Bowl: Oregon State vs Texas

Kenny Vaccaro, S, Texas –#4, 6’2, 210

Vaccaro has been a steady player on the Texas defense since his sophomore season. He offers a complete game and the ability to cover receivers across the middle of the field or defend the run. Vaccaro could be selected much earlier than many expect with a good performance in the Alamo Bowl then solid workouts before the draft. 2nd Round

Markus Wheaton, WR, Oregon State - #2, 6'1, 180

Wheaton comes off a career season which has steadily pushed him up draft boards. He's a reliable wideout with big-play ability and a nose for the end zone. Wheaton averaged just under 14 yards on 88 receptions, 11 of which resulted in touchdowns. He has potential as a slot receiver and could eventually develop into a No. 2 wideout in the NFL. 3rd Round
Alex Okafor, DE, Texas – #80, 6’4, 265

Okafor does not grade out well in the areas of size, speed and athleticism, but is a prospect who dominates once the ball is snapped. He's relentless in pursuit of the action and was a disruptive force throughout his college career. Creative defensive coaches willing to overlook Okafor's poor measurables could end up getting a very good ball player next April. 3rd/4th Round
Jordan Poyer, CB, Oregon State - #14, 6'0, 190

Poyer is another whose outstanding football skills trump his very average athleticism. Showing terrific instincts and ball skills on the field, Poyer rarely makes mental mistakes or gets beat. He lacks the speed teams want in a starting cornerback, but will make a fine addition in nickel packages. 3rd/4th Round

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Scott Crichton, DE, Oregon State - #95, 6’3, 263
one of the best linemen in the Pac-12 with plenty of upside. steal?

D.J. Monroe, RB/WR, Texas – #26,5’9, 175
Marquise Goodwin, WR, Texas – #84, 5’9, 180
Mason Walters, OG, Texas – #72, 6’5, 320 (JR)
Carrington Byndom, CB, Texas - #23, 6'0, 180 (JR)


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Buffalo Wild Wings Bowl: Michigan State vs TCU

Dion Sims, TE, Michigan State: Sims is a complete tight end and a junior prospect who excites scouts. He has the size of an offensive lineman and the strength to annihilate opponents at the point of attack. Sims is not a true downfield threat as a pass catcher, but reliable and athletic when the ball is thrown his way. 2nd Round

Le'Veon Bell, RB, Michigan State: Bell is a large ball carrier with surprising short-area quickness and the ability to make defenders miss. He grinds opponents down on the inside, running through tackles or around piles. Bell also holds his own as a pass catcher out of the backfield and offers starting potential for a power running offense. 3rd Round

Jason Verrett, CB, TCU: The All-American cornerback made opposing quarterbacks think twice of throwing in his direction. The junior finished the year with 6 interceptions and another 14 pass break-ups. Verrett does not possess starters size for an NFL corner, but will be a very solid nickel back. 4th Round

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#2 DE William Gholston* MSU 6'7" 280
big, athletic and block-shedding playmaker. motor concerns? 3.5 sacks and no real improvement in his play this year has raised red flags. Now if he declares get use to his name back into round 1 of the draft if he lives up to his hype at the combine.

#5 CB Johnny Adams, Michigan St. (5’11″, 175)
Tough against the run and a solid zone defender in the slot


(JR) Josh Boyce, WR, TCU – 6’0, 203 #82
Running routes from the X, Z and slot receiver positions,smooth athleticism. drops and lack of elite top end speed.

Skye Dawson, WR, TCU – 5’9, 183 #11
undersized, speedy slot receiver and return specialist that is very dangerous with the ball in his hands. raw track guy

Kenny Cain, ILB, TCU – 6’1, 225 #51
very strong instincts in the read/react but can be exposed in the passing game priority free agent


TCU Others to Watch:

WR Josh Boyce, Texas Christian* (5’11″, 205)downfield threat;

OG Blaize Foltz, Texas Christian (6’4″, 310)
All-Mountain West Conference First Team.
(JR) Matthew Tucker, RB, TCU – 6’1, 227 #29
Blaize Foltz, OG, TCU – 6’4, 310 #66
(JR) Stansley Maponga, DE, TCU – 6’2, 265 #90
(JR) Jason Verrett, CB, TCU – 5’10, 180 #2
(JR) Elisha Olabode, S, TCU – 5’10, 192 #6

NFL Draft prospects to watch in bowl games: Part 2 - NFL - Tony Pauline - SI.com


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