ESPN Insider 7 Round Mock

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  1. thnom

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    1/3: Matt Leinart QB
    6'5, 225lbs, 4.80

    2/39: D'Qwell Jackson ILB/MLB
    6', 230lbs, 4.70

    4/102: Guy Whimper OT
    6'5, 304lbs, 4.95

    5/137: Derrick Martin CB
    5'10, 202lbs, 4.45

    5/169: Mike Hass WR
    6'1, 208lbs, 4.63

    6/172: Ryan Cook C
    6'7, 318lbs, 5.50

    7/215: Wali Lundy RB
    5'11, 214lbs, 4.45

    7/238: Cory Ross RB
    5'6, 201lbs, 4.53

    7/245: Quinn Sypniewski TE
    6'6, 268lbs, 4.80

    7/246: Anthony Trucks OLB
    6'1, 223lbs, 4.77

    2 RBs and a TE? I think we'd take a chance late on a safety or fast developmental player with LB size over TE. I think we could go with a RB with GOOD pass catching skills such as Wali Lundy (from what I read).

    Looking at the draft value chart, I think we could trade our 2nd rounder for a 2nd (from 50->64) and a 3rd. If we traded the 39 (510) for 52 (380) and 92 (132) for instance. It makes sense if D'Qwell or whoever is gone. Get some value for the pick and get that 3rd rounder back.
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  2. bulluck4dMVP

    bulluck4dMVP Pro Bowler

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    wali lundy is a very good back and could be our 3rd down, can catch the ball well and is very good in pass pro.....
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  3. LazyManJackson

    LazyManJackson Starter

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    Can you give us a link to that site thnom, I wanna see what ESPN have put for other teams mock drafts.

    I agree with Jackson in the 2nd and Whimper in the 4th
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  4. thnom

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    5/137: Derrick Martin CB
    5'10, 202lbs, 4.45


    we don't need anymore short CB's
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  6. danny

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    would love to get Hass. Great hands and solid character. D'Quell or Abdul in the second for sure....
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  7. Vigsted

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    So you think 1-2 inches will make a difference? The best cornerbacks in this league are between 5-10 and 6-1, most of them below 6-0.

    To mention a few 5-10 DB's:
    Ronde Barber, Mike Brown, DeAngelo Hall, Andre Dyson, R.W. McQuarters, Troy Polamalu, Dunta Robinson

    As long as they're good football players I could care less about height.
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    When it gets down to round 7, you're just taking the players who you think are most likely to be good regardless of position.
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  9. TitanJeff

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    Reese has been known to find some decent picks in the seventh.

    Mike Green
    Keith Adams
    Carlos Hall
    Jared Clauss
    Sean McHugh
    And some Reynaldo guy...
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  10. bulluck4dMVP

    bulluck4dMVP Pro Bowler

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    ok question.....

    in the 2nd round, say abdul and d'qwell are both sitting there

    do we take the big run stopper in abdul or do we take the more athletic d'qwell....?
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