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Offline JPK1966

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JPACK Mock Draft
« on: April 18, 2017, 09:42:51 AM »
Well Depends on how things play out but I could see some movement by TT to make sure he gets what he wants

Round 1 S JABRILL PEPPERS MICHIGAN (5'11" 213 LBS)- Replaces Mycah and then some I think

The ultimate Swiss Army Knife on the collegiate level, and will likely play a hybrid role on the next level that allows him to blitz, cover and chase, Peppers' draft value will be helped by his return ability and that is a role he should maintain throughout the earlier stages of his career. While Peppers doesn't have the production teams expect from first-round defenders, he should benefit from a role that is more clearly defined on the next level.

Round 2  OLB CHARLES HARRIS MISSOURI ( 6'3" 253 LBS ) - Will need some pass Rushers with Datone and Peppers gone this guy should be in rotation from the start possibly

High-cut pass rusher with good athleticism but concerns regarding his ability to drop anchor against the run. Ironically, Harris might be best suited as a penetrator which is something he fought against this season. His hands can be improved as pass rush weapons, but he has agility and footwork that can't be taught. Harris can play on the edge in a 4-3 or 3-4 front and should be the next in a line of early contributing defensive ends coming out of Missouri.

Round 3  CB JALEN MYRICK MINNESOTA ( 5'10" 200 LBS )- If we can make UFA CB good ( Sam Shields , Tramon Williams ) , I think Joe Whitt and team can do great with him

He's undersized to play outside and will likely move inside to the slot. Myrick has enough foot quickness and athleticism to handle himself as a slot corner, but he's very average as a tackler and his ball skills and pattern recognition aren't where they need to be. He has enough ability to stick around as a backup for a little bit, but he will need to improve his anticipation to make a mark in the league.

Round 4   C ETHAN POCIC LSU (6'6" 310 LBS )  BPA and a TT and MM Pick he can play multiple line positions and will be hard for them to pass on this and could very well replace Lang right away

Flexible, natural athlete with starting experience all along the LSU offensive line. Scouts say Pocic has the intelligence teams look for from a center and is highly regarded by LSU coaches and teammates in the locker room. Pocic is an excellent "work-up" blocker with the ability to thrive in a running game that operates in space, but his lack of power will produce some extremely challenging matchups for him at times.

Round 5  RB MARLON MACK SFU (5'11" 213 LBS )  - Surprised he is there but adds much versatility to backfield and a nice change up

Scat back with decent size and blazing getaway speed. Mack has plenty of wiggle to bounce from run lane to run lane and make tacklers miss, but he has a penchant for looking to break runs way outside when the interior becomes too trafficked and he won't be able to get away with that against NFL speed. Mack is a complementary runner who can hit big runs against defenses who have been worn down, but he needs to be matched with the right scheme in order to unlock his big-play potential.

Round 5  LB JALEN REEVES-MAYBIN TENNESSEE ( 6'0" 230 LBS) Can play multiple LB and also good cover skills , probably will not start right away but will help on ST

Preseason grade on Reeves-Maybin was a 5.66, but he has very little wiggle room for medical concerns considering his lack of size. In a vacuum, he has the instincts, athletic ability and cover talent of a starting, three-down linebacker. If he regains full health he could be a steal, but he might need another year of rehab work and working with strength coaches to bulk up to NFL standards.

Round 6 DE TASHAWN BOWER LSU  (6'5" 250 LBS )- This could be intriguing and could end up being a steal after a year or so in the NFL... and will be nice compliment to Charles Harris and keep some good competition

Developmental prospect with intriguing size and length. Bower's physical and athletic traits could make him a target for both 4-3 and 3-4 defenses, but he will need to prove he can find the quarterback more consistently if he wants to earn reps in the league. Bower was stuck behind a talented defensive front, but he flashes often enough to believe that he could develop into a better pro than college player.

Round 7 DL STEVIE TU'IKOLOVATU USC  ( 6'1" 331 LBS ) - Could help get DL like Daniels some much needed help and give him someone to help mentor as well

Left Utah to earn more playing time at USC and it seemed to pay dividends. With a jarring punch that sets him up for success, he is able to get rid of blockers for quick wins and is a productive tackler once he's free. Tu'ikolovatu actually lived in his car near the USC campus last summer until he was cleared to receive housing benefits by the NCAA.

Then it is on to UFA , where I am sure TT gets some more lB and WR and possibly more lineman for both sides...

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Re: JPACK Mock Draft
« Reply #1 on: April 20, 2017, 08:44:48 PM »
I have Harris as our first round pick as of now. He has a spin move that we have not seen since Dwight Freeney!!