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  1. #46
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    Re: FanSpeak Mock Draft Simulator



    17
    S CALVIN PRYOR
    LOUISVILLE
    48
    WR JORDAN MATTHEWS
    VANDERBILT
    79
    C MARCUS MARTIN
    USC
    99
    ILB SHAYNE SKOV
    STANFORD
    134
    RB TERRANCE WEST
    TOWSON
    138
    TE C.J. FIEDOROWICZ
    IOWA
    175
    CB ANTONE EXUM
    VIRGINIA TECH
    194
    DE TAYLOR HART
    OREGON

    I used Walterfootball's board. Ebron was available in the 1st (he usually is in this sim), and I have him higher on my 'big board' than Pryor, but Safety (and RT) kept giving me trouble because no instant starters were available from round 2 onwards.

    It's a pretty generic draft but one I would be happy enough with.




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    Re: FanSpeak Mock Draft Simulator

    Here is mine from today:

    17
    WR MIKE EVANS
    TEXAS A&M
    48
    TE AUSTIN SEREFIN-JENKINS
    WASHINGTON
    79
    OT JOEL BITONIO
    NEVADA
    99
    DT TAYLOR HART
    OREGON
    134
    S JONATHAN DOWLING
    WESTERN KENTUCKY
    138
    CB AARON COLVIN
    OKLAHOMA
    175
    RB JEREMY HILL
    LSU
    194
    G KADEEM EDWARDS
    TENNESSEE STATE


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  3. #48

    Re: FanSpeak Mock Draft Simulator

    This is completely unrealistic.

    17
    DT AARON DONALD
    PITTSBURGH

    48
    WR MIKE EVANS
    TEXAS A&M

    79
    RB TRE MASON
    AUBURN

    99
    OT MORGAN MOSES
    UVA

    134
    QB LOGAN THOMAS
    VIRGINIA TECH

    138
    DT TAYLOR HART
    OREGON

    175
    S SEAN PAKER
    WASHINGTON

    194
    TE JACOB PEDERSEN
    WISCONSIN
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  4. #49
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    Cool Re: FanSpeak Mock Draft Simulator

    Quote Originally Posted by wickedsolo View Post
    Here is mine from today:

    17
    WR MIKE EVANS
    TEXAS A&M
    48
    TE AUSTIN SEREFIN-JENKINS
    WASHINGTON
    79
    OT JOEL BITONIO
    NEVADA
    99
    DT TAYLOR HART
    OREGON
    134
    S JONATHAN DOWLING
    WESTERN KENTUCKY
    138
    CB AARON COLVIN
    OKLAHOMA
    175
    RB JEREMY HILL
    LSU
    194
    G KADEEM EDWARDS
    TENNESSEE STATE


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    Wicked,

    That is one great bunch of picks!




  5. #50

    Re: FanSpeak Mock Draft Simulator

    Quote Originally Posted by darb72 View Post
    This is completely unrealistic.

    17
    DT AARON DONALD
    PITTSBURGH

    48
    WR MIKE EVANS
    TEXAS A&M

    79
    RB TRE MASON
    AUBURN

    99
    OT MORGAN MOSES
    UVA

    134
    QB LOGAN THOMAS
    VIRGINIA TECH

    138
    DT TAYLOR HART
    OREGON

    175
    S SEAN PAKER
    WASHINGTON

    194
    TE JACOB PEDERSEN
    WISCONSIN
    Idk what's more unrealistic. Taking Donald over Evans or Evans in the second round lol.




  6. #51
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    Re: FanSpeak Mock Draft Simulator

    Quote Originally Posted by PalladinInNC View Post
    Wicked,

    That is one great bunch of picks!
    I'd be tickled fucking pink if we ended up with those guys.

    Future #1 receiver.
    Excellent TE who can block and split out as a receiver.
    Versatile, tough, athletic linemen that can play RT or G.
    Versatile and athletic DE (6'6" 290lbs) that I personally watched play DE, DT, OLB, and ILB while at Oregon.
    Rangy safety with solid coverage skills.
    One of the top rated corners in this class until he got hurt. He prob would have been a late 1st, early 2nd rounder.
    Big, bruising RB with nice speed.
    Nice depth guard that impressed a lot of folks during the pre-draft process.
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    Re: FanSpeak Mock Draft Simulator

    Quote Originally Posted by BmoreLove View Post
    Idk what's more unrealistic. Taking Donald over Evans or Evans in the second round lol.
    One of the big boards on their list seems to rank Mike Evans very low. I used it and didn't pick him 1st and he didn't go until the Rams picked him in the 3rd round. It sounds crazy but I keep thinking how Ron Jaworski keeps preaching how Manziel is a 4th round level prospect while Gil Brandt says Manziel is the best player in the draft and should be taken 1st overall. That's the type of disparity you have in the draft even among experts.
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    Re: FanSpeak Mock Draft Simulator

    17
    S HAHA CLINTON-DIX
    ALABAMA

    48
    CB MARCUS ROBERSON
    FLORIDA

    79
    WR JARVIS LANDRY
    LSU

    99
    OT ANTONIO RICHARDSON
    TENNESSEE

    134
    RB STORM JOHNSON
    CENTRAL FLORIDA

    138
    DT DANIEL MCCULLERS
    TENNESSEE

    175
    TE JACOB PEDERSEN
    WISCONSIN

    194
    WR CODY LATIMER
    INDIANA

    TEs dried up on me.




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    Re: FanSpeak Mock Draft Simulator

    Again I reiterate the walter football big board gives me most accurate results. I just used the fanspeak big board, and got mike Evans in rd 1 and Beckham in rd 2. I think their rankings are way outdated and thus produce silly results.

    I always stick with Walter football.




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    Re: FanSpeak Mock Draft Simulator

    Quote Originally Posted by bt12483 View Post
    Again I reiterate the walter football big board gives me most accurate results. I just used the fanspeak big board, and got mike Evans in rd 1 and Beckham in rd 2. I think their rankings are way outdated and thus produce silly results.

    I always stick with Walter football.
    I like Walter Football the best too. I like their site in general and have been going on it for years. No way to know though if it's more accurate since teams really don't let that much out.
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    Re: FanSpeak Mock Draft Simulator

    Quote Originally Posted by GOTA View Post
    I like Walter Football the best too. I like their site in general and have been going on it for years. No way to know though if it's more accurate since teams really don't let that much out.
    Walter at least keeps pace with the changing tides in draft stock. Which makes his big board more accurate. Or as accurate as it can be given rumors, team chatter, etc. I expect Cody Latimer to rise up from a day 3 to a day 2 prospect.




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    Re: FanSpeak Mock Draft Simulator

    I used the Walter football.



    17
    S CALVIN PRYOR
    LOUISVILLE
    48
    WR JORDAN MATTHEWS
    VANDERBILT
    79
    TE C.J. FIEDOROWICZ
    IOWA
    99
    OT ANTONIO RICHARDSON
    TENNESSEE
    134
    RB TERRANCE WEST
    TOWSON
    138
    QB A.J. MCCARRON
    ALABAMA
    175
    CB BENE BENWIKERE
    SAN JOSE STATE
    194
    DT RYAN CARRETHERS
    ARKANSAS STATE


    Of course if this was a ravens draft, I would be seriously yelling Super Bowl around Pitt all day everyday. It's fun to try. But man this year draft, IMO , is going to be something off the hook.
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  13. #58

    Re: FanSpeak Mock Draft Simulator

    Quote Originally Posted by wickedsolo View Post
    I'd be tickled fucking pink if we ended up with those guys.

    Future #1 receiver.
    Excellent TE who can block and split out as a receiver.
    Versatile, tough, athletic linemen that can play RT or G.
    Versatile and athletic DE (6'6" 290lbs) that I personally watched play DE, DT, OLB, and ILB while at Oregon.
    Rangy safety with solid coverage skills.
    One of the top rated corners in this class until he got hurt. He prob would have been a late 1st, early 2nd rounder.
    Big, bruising RB with nice speed.
    Nice depth guard that impressed a lot of folks during the pre-draft process.
    A) I lol'ed at 'tickled fucking pink'

    B) Bitonio at 79 is an absolute steal

    C) Just an overall great draft
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    Re: FanSpeak Mock Draft Simulator

    I did a draft for each of the three.

    Fanspeak
    1(17) Mike Evans, WR, Texas A&M
    2(48) Jace Amaro, TE, Texas Tech
    3(79) Jack Mewhort, OT, Ohio State
    3(99) Bishop Sankey, RB, Washington
    4(134) Tre Boston, S, North Carolina
    4(138) Taylor Hart, DE, Oregon
    5(175) Aaron Colvin, CB, Oklahoma
    6(194) Mike Davis, WR, Texas

    Walter Football
    1(25) Calvin Pryor, S, Louisville
    2(48) Jace Amaro, TE, Texas Tech
    2(57) Jordan Matthews, WR, Vanderbuilt
    3(79) Stanley Jean-Batiste, CB, Nebraska
    3(99) Jeremy Hill, RB, LSU
    4(134) Chris Smith, DE, Arkansas
    4(138) AJ McCarron, QB, Alabama
    5(175) Khairi Fortt, LB, California
    6(194) Danny Shelton, DT, Washington

    Optimum Scouting
    1(28) Calvin Pryor, S, Louisville
    2(48) Austin Sefarian-Jenkins, TE, Washington
    2(60) Davante Adams, WR, Fresno State
    3(79) Tre Mason, RB, Auburn
    3(92) Stephen Tuitt, DE, Notre Dame
    3(99) Ahmad Dixon, S, Baylor
    4(134) Donte Moncrief, WR, Ole Miss
    4(138) Josh Mauro, DE, Stanford
    5(175) Aaron Colvin, CB, Oklahoma
    6(194) Tajh Boyd, QB, Clemson

    That last draft was even more outrageous then the other two. Stephen Tuitt at the very end of the third and Donte Moncrief at the end of the 4th? Hilarious!




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    Re: FanSpeak Mock Draft Simulator

    Quote Originally Posted by GOTA View Post
    ...It sounds crazy but I keep thinking how Ron Jaworski keeps preaching how Manziel is a 4th round level prospect while Gil Brandt says Manziel is the best player in the draft and should be taken 1st overall. That's the type of disparity you have in the draft even among experts.
    Not just among experts, but among GMs as well. That's why guys will "drop" - someone simply values players differently than the team drafting after them. For example, no expert had Bruce Irvin going before the end of the first round in 2012, yet Seattle took him at 15, or when Tyson Alualu was projected as an early 2nd rounder in 2010 and Jacksonville took him at 10.




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