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Old 04-24-2009, 06:38 PM
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Default Bckey's draft eve 1st round mock

I factored in 3 trades in the 1st round.
I have Denver moving up to 8 for Sanchez.
Philadelphia moving up with the Texans to 15 for Moreno.
Tampa Bay moving up to 16 for Freeman.
The Texans get Mathews at 21 and swap our 3rd for their 2nd

1-Matthew Stafford QB
2-Jason Smith, LT
3-Tyson Jackson, DE
4-Michael Crabtree, WR
5-Brian Orakpo, DE
6-Eugene Monroe, LT
7-Darrius Heyward-Bey, WR
8-Mark Sanchez, QB
9-B.J. Raji, DT
10-Aaron Curry, LB
11-Andre Smith, LT
12-Michael Oher, LT
13-Aaron Maybin, DE
14-Malcolm Jenkins, CB
15-Knowshon Moreno, RB
16-Josh Freeman, QB
17-Chris "Beanie" Wells, RB
18-Rey Maualuga, LB
19-Donald Brown, RB
20-Peria Jerry, DT
21-Clay Matthews, OLB
22-Jeremy Maclin, WR
23-James Laurinaitis, LB
24-Brian Cushing, LB
25-Connor Barwin, DE
26-Vontae Davis, CB
27-Evander "Ziggy" Hood, DT
28-Brandon Pettigrew, TE
29-Kenny Britt, WR
30-Darius Butler, CB
31-Robert Ayers, DE
32-Alex Mack, C
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Old 04-24-2009, 07:43 PM
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If Aaron Curry fell to 8 or 9, I'd favor trading up to get him. He's the best defensive pick in the draft. The value-chart difference between #15 and #9 is a low-2nd (or high 3rd for #10) so we might have to overpay to do it, perhaps deal #15 plus our 3rd and 5th or maybe offer #15 plus a 5th and a 2010 2nd.

Curry is the one guy I'd trade up for.
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Old 04-24-2009, 07:50 PM
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3-Tyson Jackson, DE
5-Brian Orakpo, DE
10-Aaron Curry, LB
13-Aaron Maybin, DE
21-Clay Matthews, OLB
24-Brian Cushing, LB
25-Connor Barwin, DE
31-Robert Ayers, DE
I really can't wait to see where Everette Brown gets drafted. If this comes to fruition, I'm trading up with Pittsburgh at #32 to draft him.
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Old 04-24-2009, 08:24 PM
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I agree. This draft class is really hard because from about 10 on its a crap shoot because they are all close in value.
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