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: April 27, 2011, 09:14:34 AM

This will be my last mock before the real one kicks off this Thursday night. I have also added my small school and underrated prospects, as well as my Buccaneer targets. Based on who I think would be scheme fits. Now on to my final mock draft.

1. DE Adrian Clayborn
2. RB Kendal Hunter
3. CB Curtis Brown
4. LB/DE Dontay Moch
5. T Jason Pinkston
6. LB Akeem Dent
7. S Ron Parker
7. WR Raymond Webber

Overall Ranking By Position

QB
Christian Ponder FSU
Ricky Stanzi Iowa
Tyrod Taylor Virginia Tech
Taylor Potts Texas Tech
Nathan Enderle Idaho
Josh Portis California (PA)

FB
Henry Hynoski Pittsburgh
Owen Marecic Stanford
Charles Clay Tusla
Stanley Havili USC
Bubba Bartlett Carroll (MT)

RB
Mark Ingram Alabama
Kendal Hunter Oklahoma State
Jordan Todman Connecticut
Shane Vereen California
Jacquizz Rodgers Oregon State
Taiwan Jones Eastern Washington
Evan Royster Penn St.
Dion Lewis Pittsburgh
Chad Spann Northern Illinois
Jay Finley Baylor

WR
Randall Cobb Kentucky
Leonard Hankerson Miami
Jerrel Jernigan Troy
Greg Little North Carolina
Titus Young Boise State
David Pressley Newberry
Cecil Shorts Mount Union
Jock Sanders West Virginia
Raymond Webber Arkansas Pine Bluff
Jeff Maehl Oregon
Jarred Fayson Illinois
Dontavia Bogan USF

TE
Kyle Rudolph Notre Dame
Luke Stocker Tennessee
Virgil Green Nevada
Rob Housler Florida Atlantic
Jordan Cameron USC
Lance Kendricks Wisconsin
Julius Thomas Portland State
Schuylar Oordt Northern Iowa
Stephen Skelton Fordham

OT
Tyron Smith USC
Gabe Carimi Wisconsin
Derek Sherrod Mississippi State
Marcus Gilbert Florida
Jason Pinkston Pittsburgh
Derek Newton Arkansas State
Chris Hairston Clemson
Byron Stingily Louisville
DJ Young Michigan State
Curt Porter Jacksonville State
David Mims Virginia Union

G
Benjamin Ijalana Villanova
James Carpenter Alabama
Will Rackley Lehigh
John Moffitt Wisconsin
Keith Williams Nebraska
Ray Dominquez Arkansas
Byron Bell New Mexico
Pat Illig Wofford
Jeff Maddux Central Michigan

C
Stefen Wisniewski Penn State
Tim Barnes Missouri
Brandon Fusco Slippery Rock
Kris ODowd USC
Ryan Bartholomew Oregon State
Kevin Kowalski Toledo
Ben Lamaak Iowa State
Bill Nagy Wisconsin

DE
Robert Quinn North Carolina
Ryan Kerrigan Purdue
Cameron Jordan Cal
JJ Watt Wisconsin
DaQuan Bowers Clemson
Aldon Smith Missouri
Adrian Clayborn Iowa
Justin Houston Georgia
Jabaal Sheard Pittsburgh
Allen Bailey Miami
Greg Romeus Pittsburgh
Ricky Elmore Arizona
Markell Carter Central Arkansas
Xavier Brown CW Post
Jake Coffman Northern Illinois
Malcolm Jenkins Elizabeth City State

DT
Muhammad Wilkerson Temple
Corey Liuget Illinois
Stephen Pea Oregon State
Marvin Austin North Carolina
Martin Parker Richmond

OLB
Akeem Ayers UCLA
Dontay Moch Nevada
Bruce Carter North Carolina
Greg Jones Michigan State
Nate Irving North Carolina State
Colin McCarthy Miami
Scott Lutrus Connecticut
Ross Homan Ohio State
Chris Carter Fresno State
Jeff Tarpinian Iowa
Mike Gee IUP
Bruce Miller Central Florida
Keith Darbut Baldwin-Wallace
Travis Brisco Urbana
Grant Fleming Louisiana-Lafayette

MLB
Martez Wilson Illinois
Mason Foster Washington
Kelvin Sheppard LSU
Quan Sturdivant North Carolina
Alex Wujciak Maryland
Casey Matthews Oregon State
Mario Harvey Marshall
Brian Duncan Texas Tech
Orie Lemon Oklahoma State
Akeem Dent Georgia
Matt Marcorelle Delware
Cobrani Mixon Kent State

CB
Prince Amukamara Nebraska
Ras-I Dowling Virginia
Jimmy Smith Colorado
Curtis Brown Texas
Devon House New Mexico State
Brandon Burton Utah
Chimdi Chekwa Ohio State
Johnny Patrick Louisville
Rashad Carmichael Virginia Tech
Korey Lindsey Southern Illinois
Justin Rogers Richmond
Buster Skinner Tennesse-Chattanooga
Anthony Gaitor FIU

S
DeAndre McDaniel Clemson
Rahim Moore Oklahoma
Jalil Brown Colorado
Tyler Sash Iowa
Chris Culliver South Carolina
Jeron Johnson Boise State
Ahmad Black Florida
Brian Lainhart Kent State
Mark LeGree Appalachian State
Cortez Allen Citadel
Ron Parker Newberry
Chris Prosinski Wyoming
Anthony Waters Delware
Keanemana Silva Hawaii






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#1 : April 27, 2011, 09:14:47 AM


SMALL SCHOOL UNDERRATED PROSPECTS

RB Taiwan Jones Eastern Washington 5-foot-11 207-pounds 4.40 forty
383 carries for 3,060-yards and 29 touchdowns, 64 receptions for 903-yards and 7 touchdowns, 50 kickoff returns for 1,134 yards and 1 touchdown and 54 total tackles

RB Chad Spann Northern Illinois 5-foot-8 200-pounds 4.47 forty

536 carries for 2,988 yards and 49 touchdowns, 23 receptions for 198 yards and 1 touchdown

TE Julius Thomas Portland State 6-foot-4 251-pounds 4.75 forty
29 receptions for 453-yards and 2 touchdowns.

TE Rob Housler Florida Atlantic 6-foot-5 234-pounds 4.56 forty
76 receptions for 1,228 yards and 8 touchdowns in 49 games

TE Schuylar Oordt Northern Iowa 6-foot-5 245-pounds 4.50 forty

66 receptions for 1229 yards and 12 touchdowns in 50 games

TE Stephen Skelton Fordham 6-foot-4 241-pounds 4.62 forty
120 receptions for 1,233 yards and 10 touchdowns in 39 games

T Derek Newton Arkansas State 6-foot-5 305-pounds

T Rob McGill Louisiana State 6-foot-5 310-pounds

T Curt Porter Jacksonville State 6-foot-6 315-pounds

T David Mims Virginia Union 6-foot-8 348-pounds

T Mike Pearson Montana State 6-foot-5 300-pounds


G Will Rackley Lehigh 6-foot-3 310-pounds

G Pat Illig Wofford 6-foot-4 320-pounds

G David Arkin Missouri State 6-foot-4 310-pounds

DE Malcolm Jenkins Elizabeth City State 6-foot-4 260-pounds 4.70 forty
24.5 sacks, 63 quarterback hurries, 7 forced fumbles, 9 passes defended, 57 tackles for loss, 1 interception and 123 tackles in 32 games.

DE Markell Carter Central Arkansas 6-foot-4 255-pounds 4.83 forty
17.5 sacks, 7 quarterback hurries, 4 forced fumbles, 2 passes defended, 49 tackles for loss, 1 interception and 143 total tackles in 42 games.

DE Jake Coffman Northern Illinois 6-foot-4 260-pounds 4.79 forty
19.5 sacks, 2 quarterback hurries, 3 forced fumbles, 39 tackles for loss, 8 passes defended, 2 interceptions and 116 total tackles in 41 games.

DE Xavier Brown C.W. Post 6-foot-5 262-pounds 4.76 forty
24.5 sacks, 43 tackles for loss, 5 forced fumbles, 20 quarterback hurries and 128 total tackles in 39 games.

LB JoJo **CENSORED**son Idaho 6-foot-1 245-pounds 4.75 forty
3 sacks, 12.5 tackles for loss, 182 tackles, 3 ints, 6 passes defensed, 1 forced fumble

LB John Eddy Northern Colorado 6-foot-2 250-pounds 4.75 forty

14 sacks, 25 tackles for loss, 13 quarterback hurries, 3 forced fumbles, 3 passes defended and 149 total tackles in 31 games

LB Matt Marcorelle Delaware 6-foot-2 250-pounds 4.63 forty
17.5 sacks, 48 tackles for loss, 7 forced fumbles, 7 passes defended, 2 quarterback hurries, 1 interception and 238 total tackles in 52 games

LB Grant Fleming Louisiana-Lafayette 6-foot-3 240-pounds 4.73 forty
5 sacks, 4 interceptions, 8 tackles for loss, 5 passes defended, 4 forced fumbles and 249 total tackles in 39 games

LB Travis Brisco Urbana 6-foot-1 232-pounds 4.67 forty
48 sacks, 61 quarterback hurries, 15 forced fumbles, 9 passes defended, 80 tackles for loss and 319 total tackles in 44 games.

LB Cobrani Mixon Kent State 6-foot-1 245-pounds 4.68 forty

211 tackles, 27 tackles for loss, 11.5 sacks, 13 passes defended, 3 forced fumbles, 1int, 4 quarterback hurries

LB Keith Darbut Baldwin Wallace 6-foot-4 240-pounds 4.38 forty

82 tackles, 26.5 tackles for loss, 21 sacks and 3 passes defended

CB Koery Lindsey Southern Illinois 5-foot-10 182-pounds 4.48 forty
14 interceptions, 16 passes defended, 7 tackles for loss and 163 total tackles 1 touchdown

CB Justin Rogers Richmond 5-foot-10 187-pounds 4.43 forty
12 interceptions, 3 touchdowns, 112 kick returns for 2561 yards and 2 touchdowns, 11 tackles for loss, 28 passes defended, 3 forced fumbles and 163 total tackles in 52 games

S Mark LeGree Appalachian State 6-foot-0 200-pounds 4.46 forty
22 interceptions, 21 passes defended 2 forced fumbles, 7 tackles for loss and 197 total tackles in 53 games.

S Anthony Walters Delaware 6-foot-0 200-pounds 4.48 forty
15 interceptions, 30 passes defended, 5 forced fumbles, 13 tackles for loss, 2 sacks and 250 total tackles in 49 games

S Kevin Brown Middle Tennessee St 6-foot-1 210-pounds 4.49 forty
6 interceptions, 14 passes defended 4 tackles for loss, 1 forced fumble and 190 total tackles in 46 games.
 
S Cortez Allen Citadel 6-foot-1 200-pounds 4.40 forty
5 interceptions, 15 passes defended, 4 tackles for loss, 2 touchdowns and 121 total tackles in 41 games

S Keanemana Silva Hawaii 6-foot-1 207-pounds 4.44 forty
14 interceptions, 160 tackles, 11 passes defensed, 4 tackles for loss


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#2 : April 27, 2011, 09:25:25 AM

Yucc you think we need another S before TE or did you just not think its worth it?

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#3 : April 27, 2011, 09:28:39 AM

I just think, that it might play out in such a way if the team doesn't get an extra later round pick they may deem a safety more valuable because the chance of a safety making the roster over a tight end due to special teams play is more likely.


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#4 : April 27, 2011, 09:35:06 AM

Not bad. Do you really think Hunter should go that high? That may only be 10 or so picks after Leshoure, who most regard as a much better prospect.

FRG is the most logical poster on this board.  You guys just don\'t like where the logical conclusions take you.

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#5 : April 27, 2011, 09:38:24 AM

FRG - Not sure, but a running back needy team might take LeShoure before Ingram depends on the scheme, Hunter might fall some, but that would be the perfect time for Dominik to drop back in the second round and grab an extra 4th rounder. This draft will be interesting to see where the runs happen on certain positions and where some of these players ultimately get drafted.


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#6 : April 27, 2011, 09:40:25 AM

We have plenty of S prospects on the roster that can play ST. Our Te depth is razor thin and hanging on by the screws in K2s knees we need help there!

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#7 : April 27, 2011, 09:42:00 AM

talk me into Hunter because I am just not seeing anything special about him.  For a 2nd round pick I like Ryan Williams better.


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#8 : April 27, 2011, 09:43:30 AM

ron parker is a small school safety the bucs worked out and he is a legit 4.3 guy.


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#9 : April 27, 2011, 09:50:34 AM

Ron Parker has the potential to be a beast. He could also be another nobody. He has rediculous physical talent though.



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#10 : April 27, 2011, 09:56:36 AM

S Keanemana Silva Hawaii 6-foot-1 207-pounds 4.44 forty
14 interceptions, 160 tackles, 11 passes defensed, 4 tackles for loss

http://www.nfldraftscout.com/ratings/dsprofile.php?pyid=86306&draftyear=2011&genpos=SS




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#11 : April 27, 2011, 10:11:10 AM

S Keanemana Silva Hawaii 6-foot-1 207-pounds 4.44 forty
14 interceptions, 160 tackles, 11 passes defensed, 4 tackles for loss

http://www.nfldraftscout.com/ratings/dsprofile.php?pyid=86306&draftyear=2011&genpos=SS

he wasnt in the mock.  :P



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#12 : April 27, 2011, 10:14:09 AM

That is way too high for Hunter.

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#13 : April 27, 2011, 10:17:03 AM

Nice Mock, Yucs. Love the Raymond Webber pick late, and am a huge fan of Kendall Hunter.  I'm probably Clayborn's biggest fan here, so that works too.

Only quibble is Pinkston - do you think he falls that far? As a tackle, I'd agree, but I've see some sites that project him as a top 2, 3 guard.


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#14 : April 27, 2011, 10:20:38 AM

NFL Network did a second round mock with Lombardi and they have Moch going early in the 2nd...I do not think he will be there in the fourth...I would love it if we picked him but we are going to have to make a move earlier...
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