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vipRamsDan    1,621



This thread is for picks only! All discussion/questions should be in the discussion thread only please :up: 


Posting Format

You can copy and paste the below format to make posting your pick easier. Simply slot in the required details, as per the example!

[b]With the First pick of the 2016 draft the TEAM NAME select,

PLAYER NAME, POSITION, COLLEGE[/b] [img]IMAGE URL[/img] Paragraph of waffle about why you picked him


Resources and useful websites

http://www.cbssports.com/nfl/draft/big-board - CBS Big Board 100

http://espn.go.com/nfl/draft - ESPN Draft coverage

http://www.nfl.com/draft/2016 - NFL Draft Site, including several mocks.

http://draftbreakdown.com/ - Draft clips of prospects


1TennesseeRayskiLT - Tunsil
2ClevelandCardyQB - Wentz
3San DiegoTrippermanDE - Buckner
4DallasPatsUkCB - Ramsey
5JacksonvilleVondiaOLB - Jack
6BaltimoreDanMcGrathMLB - Bosa
7San FranciscoKen2BlitzkriegQB - Goff
8PhiladelphiaRivermanCB - Hargreaves
9Tampa BayStueyLT - Stanley
10New York GiantsMcManusWR - Treadwell
11ChicagoMurghbatwarRB - Elliott
12New OrleansWintiDE - Lawson
13MiamiToploaderCB - Apple
14OaklandKirchoffsCB - Alexander
15Los Angeles RamsRamsDanWR - Doctson
16DetroitShatnersOT - Conklin
17AtlantaScottyobMLB - Ragland
18IndianapolisAaronOT - Decker
19BuffaloetloveslsdDT - Rankins
20New York JetsJoeQB - Lynch
21WashingtonGoldenbeardDT - Reed
22HoustonBTGWR - Coleman
23Minnesotasc0tty84WR - Fuller
24CincinnatiPilksDT - Billings
25PittsburghMackemJetCB - Jackson
26SeattleSnapDanOT - Spriggs
27Green BayDrVolkiLB - Smith
28Kansas CityJoeCB - Burns
29New Englandforfeited pick 
30ArizonaKeanooDE - Nkemdiche
31CarolinaShanew1705OT - Clark
32DenverUbeepDT - Butler



33ClevelandCardyTE - Henry
34TennesseeRayskiDT - Robinson
35DallasPatsUkDE - Dodd
36San DiegoTrippermanC - Kelly
37BaltimoreDanMcGrathG - Whitehair
38San FranciscoKen2BlitzkriegWR - Thomas
39JacksonvilleVondiaS - Bell
40Tampa BayStueyS - Joseph
41New York GiantsMcManusDE- Spence
42ChicagoMurghbatwarCB - Fuller
43MiamiToploaderDE - Ogbah
44Los Angeles RamsRamsDanQB - Cook
45OaklandKirchoffsDT - Clark
46Los Angeles RamsRamsDanS - Neal
47DetroitShatnersDE - Bullard
48New OrleansWintiOG -Ifedi
49IndianapolisAaronRB - Howard
50BuffaloetloveslsdILB - Brothers
51AtlantaScottyobOLB - Lee
52New York JetsJoeOLB - Floyd
53HoustonBTGC - Martin
54WashingtonGoldenbeardS - Cash
55Minnesotasc0tty84OT - Coleman
56CincinnatiPilksWR - Boyd
57SeattleSnapDanS - Green
58Green BayDrVolkiNT - Johnson
59PittsburghMackemetFS - Thompson
60Kansas CityJoeDE - Kaufusi
61New EnglandMcManusDT - Jones
62New EnglandMcManusOT - Drango
63CarolinaShanew1705S - Mills
64DenverUbeepRB - Henry



65TennesseeRayskiG - Garnett
66ClevelandCardyOT - Theus
67San DiegoTrippermanTE - Hooper
68DallasPatsukRB -Dixon
69San FranciscoKen2BlitzkriegG - Turner
70JacksonvilleVondiaK - Aguayo
71BaltimoreDanMcGrathWR - Shepard
72New York GiantsMcManusLB - Cravens
73ChicagoMurghbatwarLB - Correa
74MiamiToploaderG - Tretola
75Tampa BayStueyDE - Calhoun
76OaklandKirchoffsRB - Williams
77Los Angeles RamsRamsDanCB - Russell
78PhiladelphiaRivermanG - Alexander
79New OrleansWintiDT - Washington
80PhiladelphiaRivermanWR - Miller
81BuffaloetloveslsdDE - Ngakoue
82AtlantaScottyobS - Killebrew
83IndianapolisAaronDE - Blair
84New York JetsJoeOT - Hawkins
85WashingtonGoldenbeardC - Tuerk
86HoustonBTGRB - Collins
87Minnesotasc0tty84P - Hackett
88CincinnatipilksLB - Perry
89Green BayDrVolkiWR - Boehringer
90PittsburghMackemetDE - Nassib
91SeattleSnapDanDT - Reader
92Kansas Cityforfeited pick 
93New EnglandMcManusWR - Carroo
94ArizonaKeanooC - Glasgow
95CarolinaShanew1705WR - Cooper
96DenverUbeepILB - Alexander




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vipRamsDan    1,621

Top 100 Prospects

1Laremy TunsilOle MissLOT
2Jalen RamseyFlorida StCB
3Carson WentzNorth Dakota StQB
4Joey BosaOhio StateDE43
5Vernon Hargreaves IIIFloridaCB
6Jared GoffCaliforniaQB
7DeForest BucknerOregonDE34
8Ronnie StanleyNotre DameLOT
9Myles JackUCLAOLB43
10Ezekiel ElliottOhio StRBF
11Sheldon RankinsLouisvilleDT43
12Shaq LawsonClemsonDE43
13Paxton LynchMemphisQB
14A'Shawn RobinsonAlabamaDT43
15Laquon TreadwellOle MissWRF
16Mackensie AlexanderClemsonCB
17Corey ColemanBaylorWRF
18Robert NkemdicheOle MissDT43
19Eli AppleOhio StCB
20Jack ConklinMichigan StLOT
21Taylor DeckerOhio StLOT
22Reggie RaglandAlabamaILB
23Noah SpenceEa. KentuckyDE43
24Andrew BillingsBaylorDT34
25Kevin DoddClemsonOLB34
26Josh DoctsonTCUWRF
27Emmanuel OgbahOklahoma StDE43
28William FullerNotre DameWRF
29Derrick HenryAlabamaRBF
30William JacksonHoustonCB
31Darron LeeOhio StOLB43
32Connor CookMichigan StQB
33Jarran ReedAlabamaDT34
34Hunter HenryArkansasTE
35Jaylon SmithNotre DameOLB43
36Vernon ButlerLouisiana TechDT34
37Ryan KellyAlabamaOC
38Jason SpriggsIndianaLOT
39Bronson KaufusiBYUDE34
40Artie BurnsMiami (FL)CB
41Shon ColemanAuburnROT
42Michael ThomasOhio StateWRF
43Su'a CravensUSCOLB43
44Carl NassibPenn StateDE34
45Kenny ClarkUCLADT43
46Kentrell BrothersMissouriILB
47Jonathan BullardFloridaDE43
48Cody WhitehairKansas StOG
49Jeremy CashDukeSS
50Leonard FloydGeorgiaOLB34
51Vonn BellOhio StSS
52Shawn OakmanBaylorDE34
53Darian ThompsonBoise StateFS
54Austin JohnsonPenn StateDT43
55Tyler BoydPittsburghWRF
56Vadal AlexanderLSUOG
57Sterling ShepardOklahomaWRS
58Braxton MillerOhio StateWRF
59Jerald HawkinsLSULOT
60Adolphus WashingtonOhio StateDT43
61Kendall FullerVirginia TechCB
62Kamalei CorreaBoise StateOLB43
63Shilique CalhounMichigan StDE43
64Jalen MillsLSUFS
65Alex CollinsArkansasRBF
66Karl JosephWest VirginiaSS
67Joshua GarnettStanfordOG
68Devontae BookerUtahRBF
69Keanu NealFloridaFS
70Chris JonesMississippi StDT43
71Nick MartinNotre DameOC
72Austin HooperStanfordTE
73Xavien HowardBaylorCB
74John TheusGeorgiaLOT
75Landon TurnerNorth CarolinaOG
76Kenneth DixonLouisiana TechRBF
77Charles TapperOklahomaDE43
78KeiVarae RussellNotre DameCB
79Joshua PerryOhio StateOLB43
80Kyler FackrellUtah StateOLB34
81Kyle MurphyStanfordLOT
82Germain IfediTexas A&MROT
83Jordan JenkinsGeorgiaOLB34
84D.J. ReaderClemsonDT34
85Christian WestermanArizona StOG
86Avery YoungAuburnROT
87Will RedmondMississippi StCB
88Dominique AlexanderOklahomaILB
89Anthony ZettelPenn StateDE34
90Maurice CanadyVirginiaCB
91Brandon DoughtyW KentuckyQB
92Javon HargraveSouth Carolina StDT43
93Deion JonesLSUOLB43
94Kenyan DrakeAlabamaRBF
95Sebastian TretolaArkansasOG
96Christian HackenbergPenn StateQB
97Nick VannettOhio StTE
98Leonte CarrooRutgersWRF
99Paul PerkinsUCLARBC
100Nile Lawrence-StampleFlorida StateDT34
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vipRamsDan    1,621

Draft will start tomorrow 8am. There will be a time limit of 6hrs per pick, that should give people enough time. Hopefully no-one actually needs that long.

@mcmanus and myself will be PM guys when it's your pick to try to keep this thing moving.

1st up will be the Titans @rayski  so try to have your selection ready.

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vipRamsDan    1,621

The Draft is now open!

The :titans: are on the clock @rayski

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rayski    684

With the #1 pick of the 2016 NFL Draft the Titans pick 

LT Tunsil 


Really came down to me between Ramsey and Tunsil but after seeing his pro day it was sealed to me his a franchise tackle who will protect Mariota for years. Absolute monster protector with agility and strength. No brainer.

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Cardy    268

With the second pick of the 2016 draft, the Cleveland Browns select..


Carson Wentz, QB, North Dakota State



There are no guarantees that RGIII will either stay fit or recapture his spark, so it makes sense for the Browns to take a shot at someone who has the potential to become their franchise QB. He looks physically capable of toughing it out in the AFC North and is primed to be a Week 1 starter

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tripperman28    704


With the third pick in the 2016 NFL draft the San Diego Chargers select DE DeForest Buckner



The selection of Buckner has two plus sides to it, the Chargers run defence was one of the worst in the NFL last season, the addition of DeForest improves the run defence as he has natural instincts and immense power to cut blocks and make tackles with power in the backfield and it will improve the pass rush as at 6-7 and 298lbs teams will have to pay extra attention to him with the risk of double teaming him may let Liuget or belly roll Mebane wreck havoc on the pocket for the and with Ingram or Attaouch comeing off the edge for the sack and it will allow Defensive coach John Pagno to scheme blitzs for Perryman to get into the backfield for sacks and tackles for loss, this pick makes this a young front seven liuget, mebane, bunckner dline, olb ingram, attaouch, and mlb perryman and teo, thats a solid young lineup thats impressive for the future of the franchise,

Other players considered were Bosa and Rasmsey, but bosa was to small for a 3-4 scheme imo and as the Broncos showed Dline wins games and chamionships by getting after the QB,its tough choice between Defoest and Ramsey but trenches win out in the AFC west


cowboys on the clock  

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PatsUK    931

With the fourth pick of the 2016 draft, the Dallas Cowboys select;


Jalen Ramsey CB Florida State



To the Cowboys surprise and delight Ramsey drops to them at number 4. The best CB in the draft, Ramsey provides a huge upgrade at the DB position. His athleticism is no doubt but also brings intelligence to complete the package. With Carr on a massive contract and Claiborne not reaching his potential this is a no brainer!  





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vipRamsDan    1,621

The :jaguars: are on the clock @Vondia

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Vondia    717

With the fifth pick of the 2016 draft, the jacksonville jaguars select;

Linebacker Myles Jack

The jags have had a strong FA with signing big names like malik Jackson and Chris Ivory. It was clear to everyone that the offense didn't need help in the draft with the talent that was available on the roster already. There wore 2 options after the first 4 picks and those wore Bosa or Myles. But next year another top 5 draft talent will join the squad in the person of Dante Fowler Jr. so the pick was used to fill the gap on line backer. With Jackson, Fowler Jr. and Jack i think the defense will be loads better next year with the play-offs for the taking.

On Jack(http://www.nfl.com/draft/2016/profiles/myles-jack?id=2555329)'Jack earned a reputation as a dynamic defender and a contributor on offense. In fact, he earned both the Pac-12 Offensive and Defensive Rookie of the Year award in 2013, as well as being named finalist for Paul Hornung Award as the nation�s most versatile player. A second-team All-Pac 12 defender as a freshman (75 tackles, two interception, 11 passes defended), he had seven rushing touchdowns on the year as well.'  

I guess this says it all, the kid is a big time playmaker. All in all an amazing cover line backer with lots and lots of speed. Welcome to Jacksonville!

Highlight mix: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2XSz3Lz9zvk

pro day take aways: http://www.nfl.com/videos/nfl-draft/0ap3000000644754/Myles-Jack-UCLA-pro-day-takeaways

First draft NFL video: http://www.nfl.com/videos/nfl-first-draft/0ap3000000644408/First-Draft-Myles-Jack


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DanMcGrath77    646

With the 6th pick of the 2016 NFL Draft, The Baltimore Ravens select...



The Ravens seldom have a pick this high in the draft, and now get to use it on one of the premier defenders in college the last few seasons. Bosa is well suited to playing both DE and as a 3-4 outside linebacker, and the Ravens will likely ask him to do both much like they did with Terrell Suggs early in his career. With Suggs and Dumervil both getting older and less reliable, Bosa is primed to become the next great Raven. 

The main aspect the Ravens look for in a player is whether they "Play Like A Raven". This means a motor that never stops, play rough and tough football, aiming to impose your will on the opposing team and never giving up. Bosa ticks all of these boxes and is going to be a key cornerstone of the Ravens from Day One.

I had a list of 4 players I would take at this position, and in order they were Myles Jack (The Mosley-Jack duo would be lethal), Jalen Ramsey (another franchise cornerback to put opposite Jimmy Smith), Joey Bosa and DeForest Buckner. Although I wasn't left with much of a choice when it came to it, I am super happy with this pick. 

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Ken2Blitzkrieg    501

With the 7th pick of the 2016 NFL Draft, The San Francisco 49ers select...


with Myles Jack being selected higher in the draft , the 49ers feel they need to look to the future and stabilty at QB , and with Kaepernicks future in the balance , and Gabberts mediocrity gameplay , the team feel they need to draft in a blue chip QB to set them on there way


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vipRiverman    1,188

With the 8th pick of the 2016 nfl draft the philadelphia eagles select 

Vernon Hargreaves iii 

CB florida

Most mocks have hb ezekiel elliot going here,  but most don't have Hargreaves falling to this spot

I believe that the combination of matthews/sproles ( maybe adding a mid to late round hb as well ) can get the job done at hb and when you have the chance to take a top corner, especially with a big need in the secondary, then you take him

Hargreaves is quick, athletic and a potential all pro. If he falls this far I think this is the selection to make




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Mcmanus    1,324

The :buccaneers: are on the clock @Stueyh111

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StueyH111    1,509

With the 9th Pick in the NFL Draft the Tampa Bay Buccaneers select:

Ronnie Stanley (OT) - Notre Dame

Image result for ronnie stanley picture

I've surprised myself with this pick. I was 100% I was going DE all day. However with Bosa and Buckner gone, I'm looking at the DE's left and I've got a problem with taking all of them this high. I was leaning towards Kevin Dodd, however Stanely seems to be the consensus #2 OT in this draft and based on what I've read, is the safest pick on the board at this stage of the draft and is a need for the Bucs, albeit not the greatest need.

With drafting Marpet (G) and Smith (OT) last season in the 2nd round, taking another Offensive Lineman may seem like a bit of a luxury we can't afford, however I would argue that we have our franchise QB and with Smith, Stanley and Marpet, we have the core of our Offensive Line for the next 4 years sorted and it's more help to protect Jameis and help him develop.

I think he;s a top 1 talent and the Bucs may as well snap him up. Bucs will need to address Secondary and Defensive End in the later rounds.

What the experts say:

"Three-year starter with the outstanding foot quickness and pass protection talent expected from an early round left tackle prospect. Stanley showed great maturity in acknowledging his weaknesses and returning to school to work on them and improve his game. While Stanleys core power is still a concern, he showed improved strength and run blocking prowess this year and should be ready to come in and start right away for a team looking to protect a high-­end quarterback."


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Mcmanus    1,324

the :giants: are on the clock @mcmanus

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Mcmanus    1,324

With the 10th pick in the 2016 MaddenPFL Mock Draft

the New York Giants select

Laqoun Treadwell WR Ole Miss



was praying Stanley would make it to me, gutted

the giants select the best WR in the draft

not a speedster but a great possession physical receiver who can go and get the ball

a great foil for Beckham

makes Eli a happy man, the giants lack weapons


A three-year starter, Treadwell lined up inside and outside, leading the SEC in receiving in 2015. Treadwell was a five-star recruit and made an immediate impact but overcame adversity to climb back to the top of the mountain. After his sophomore season was cut short in November by a gruesome leg injury, Treadwell had his best season as a junior in 2015, leading the SEC in receiving with 82 catches for 1,153 yards and 11 touchdowns. He was All-SEC and received All-America honors.


Treadwell has exceptional ball skills and catching radius with strong hands to pluck away from his body or scoop off his shoelaces. He isn't a sudden athlete, but plays with athletic twitch and power to be a threat after the catch.

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MurghBatwar    373

With the 11th pick in the MaddenPFL Draft, the Chicago Bears select



Would have selected Stanley if still available and some defensive prospects are very tempting however Elliott will be special  

Forte has now departed and Langford can be a solid starter yet Elliott is the most complete running back prospect since Adrian Peterson.


As NFL.com notes:

Elite, three­-down running back who has the ability to excel in every facet of the game. Elliott has rare combination of size, athleticism, pass-catching and blocking skills and his competitive nature is always bubbling on the surface.

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Winti26    498

With the 12th pick of the 2016 draft the New Orleans Saints are proud to select, Shaq Lawson, DE, Clemson


The Saints definitly need some upgrades in Defense with Ramsey and Hargreaves already gone, the secondary has to wait. So we start with fixing the D-Line. This D-Line could use a DT or a DE to give Cameron Jordan some support. With the singing of Fairley the DT Situation is not as urgent anymore, so the Saints hope to get a premium Passrusher with Shaq Lawson.

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vipTopLoader    734

With the 13th Pick of the 2016 NFL Draft Miami Dolphins select:

CB Eli Apple - Ohio State


Miami need to improve their secondary following a poor performance last year. Losing Grimes who was the teams no#1 despite intern having a off year has left a major hole. Byron Maxwell has been added but also had a poor year in Philly. APPLE comes in as a tall and quick player and can tackle. Day one starter opposite Grimes with years ahead of him to improve on obvious weaknesses.

What the experts say:

Though Apple was highly-recruited out of high school, Buckeyes head coach Urban Meyer wasn't sure of what he had during the New Jersey native's first year on campus. But Apple was diagnosed with an iron deficiency that prevented him from giving full effort on the field, in the weight room, and in the classroom. Once that was under control, Meyer and the rest of the coaches saw Apple begin to fulfill his potential. Apple (whose given surname was Woodard, but changed it to honor his stepfather) started 14 of 15 games as a redshirt freshman during Ohio State's run to a national title. In fact, he sealed the Buckeyes' win over Oregon in the championship game, intercepting Heisman Trophy winner Marcus Mariota's final collegiate pass. For the season, he totaled 53 tackles, 5.5 for loss, three interceptions and 10 pass breakups. Although Apple's statistical production decreased in 2015 (33 tackles, two for loss, one interception, eight pass breakups), Big Ten coaches recognized his ability to shut down opposing receivers by voting him second-team all-conference.


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Kirchoffs69    251

With the 14th pick of the 2016 NFL Draft the Oakland Raiders select CB Mackenzie Alexander of Clemson.



I deliberated over this pick for some time. This is who I would pick but I'm not sure Reggie will pick him. He's a bit small for Ken Norton and so the Raiders may go elsewhere, possibly the DT Rankins, OL Conklin or the ILB Ragland. Anyway I like him, we need CB cover and this draft has depth on the DL so we could pick someone up there next round. Hayden is on a shaky nail now and this pick might actually expedite his demise.

Here's what the experts say about this pick:

Position fit:

Best as a man-cover corner, despite his relative lack of size.

Stat to know:

Allowed just 33 percent of passes into his coverage to be caught in 2015, best in the draft class.

What he does best:

• Matches receivers very well, including players with impressive size and speed. Didn’t allow more than four catches in a single game all season

• Plays bigger than he is. Measured at just 5-foot-10-inches, 190-pounds, but looks like a 6-foot corner on tape at times.

• Smooth mover, could transition well and live with receivers. Criticized for not getting interceptions, but press-man corners rarely get many picks. His game was more about preventing receptions, which he did very well.

• Can come up and tackle well in the run game or against short passes. Often the first man at the ball when playing deep.

Biggest concern:

• Less comfortable in zone schemes and seems to struggle to change direction at times reacting to a receiver’s pattern when he doesn’t have his hands on them.

• Coverage grade was only above-average, but was hung out to dry a little by Clemson’s coverages that often left him isolated with no underneath help or safety over the top, leading to easy completions underneath in off-coverage.

• Height is an issue for some NFL teams, who simply don’t believe short, small corners can play against NFL wide receivers. Will be passed over or ignored entirely by some teams because of this.

• Can be beaten at times, and coverage numbers flatter his play over the last two seasons. Big plays were left on the field by poor offensive execution—likely won’t be at the next level.

Bottom line:

The self-proclaimed best cornerback in the draft, Alexander is a player whose stock is all over the place. Anybody criticizing him for zero college interceptions is missing the point entirely, but there are enough concerns about his play and size to prevent him from being a surefire top-10 pick. Still, Alexander should be a solid first-round player.

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Mcmanus    1,324

The :rams: are on the clock @RamsDan

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vipRamsDan    1,621

With the 15th pick of the MaddenPFL Mock Draft the LA RAMS select.....

WR - Josh Doctson - TCU


Although the Ram's major need is a QB, I felt the two best QB in Wentz and Goff had gone, not a fan of Lynch.

Would of preferred Treadwell here but with him also gone I chose who I think will be the next best WR from this class.

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With the 16th pick of the 2016 draft, the Detroit Lions select…


OT Jack Conklin – Michigan State




The Lions need help on both sides of the trenches and with my top two prospects already gone I’ve plumped for Michigan State’s starting left tackle.  He has the lateral speed and strength to protect Matt Stafford and force rushers outside




And the power to open up gaps for the Detroit ground game;




Something of a late bloomer, he has worked his way up through the college system.  Always looking for someone to block at the second level;




He is described as “feisty” and shows a willingness to engage with the opposition;




A plug in and play tackle able to step in on both sides of the line makes him a no-brainer for Detroit.


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Mcmanus    1,324

The :falcons: are on the clock @Scottyob



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Scottyob    239

With the 17th pick of the 2016 NFL draft the Atlanta Falcons select              Reggie Ragland, MLB Alabama.             At 6'1 247 Ragland was like a man against boys last season and he's the perfect guy to come straight in and general this defence. A real old school thumper with deceiving speed I think he can be the man to seal up Atlantas poor run D. (Il throw up a pic when I'm home from work) :falcons:



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Mcmanus    1,324

The :colts: are on the clock @Aaron

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Aaron    257

Andrew Luck needs protection, last year being a prime example.  Decker aint a Spartan like Conklin but this Ohio St lad will do nicely.

Colts had been looking at Elliot and Conklin but with both already picked, Decker is Andrew Lucks new best friend and has the fun job of blocking JJ Whoooooo going forward!?!

Scout View:

Decker has the run-blocking prowess and mindset to be a long-time starter at right tackle, but may always be a little leakier in pass protection than offensive line coaches and quarterbacks might like...AND THAT'S THE BOTTOM LINE



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Mcmanus    1,324

the :bills: are on  the clock @etloveslsd

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etloveslsd    48


With the Nineteenth pick of the 2016 draft the Buffalo Bills select,Sheldon Rankins, Defensive Line, Louisville
I really hadn't expected Rankins to be here,so I think Im getting quite the steal at 19. Rankins will play at end alongside Kyle Williams and Dareus in base formations and kick inside on sub packages. There are some concerns about his size, but his speed and techniqie should allow him to overcome that. Pass rush lacked in Buffalo last year as Mario Williams was either too small or not bothered enough to play end in Rex's scheme. I think we have addressed that issue here.

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Mcmanus    1,324

the :jets: are on the clock @Joe

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Joe    2,240
With the 20th pick of the 2016 MaddenPFL Mock Draft, the New York Jets select -
Paxton Lynch, QB, Memphis
Stick your 17m a year up your bum Fitz you s**tehawk who cost us the playoffs, we got Paxton! I'm a Jets fan, I need someone to fall in love with and look at this guys facial hair. He's cute right?!
He's also raw as f**k, with the biggest knock on him being that he knows next to nothing about a pro style offence. What I do like is that he has everything you need, with his size, speed and an arm that can do everything. With Chan Gailey at OC he sees a nice simple offence with receivers like Marshall and Decker helping him out early. He's a project, no doubt about it, but the 3rd best consensus QB dropped to 20 and you can't pass that up, especially for a second year HC and GM who want to put their stamp on the franchise. It also means we don't throw money at a QB who just isn't good enough to take us to the playoffs
Other considerations were OLB which everyone seems to be mocking us, but I see Lorenzo Maudlin stepping up there this year, CB but I think Cro comes back on a team friendly deal and o-line which I'll more than likely look at in the 2nd. I do think he'll be gone by 20 in the real draft though and we'll likely look at someone solid like Leonard Floyd


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Goldenbeard    445

With the 21st pick of the 2016 draft, the Washington Redskins select:

Jarran Reed, DT, Alabama


The redskins need help all over the defense. The secondary was a consideration here, but there are a number of Dts that can come in and make an instant impact. Reed is big, strong, fast and hopefully can help plug the gaps that running backs found far too easily last season. 



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Beyond The Game    1,534

With the 22nd pick of the 2016 draft, the Houston Texans select:

Corey Coleman, WR, Baylor



The Texans go out and get themselves a Texas born stud here at pick 22. This guy is a threat downfield with a very quick 4.37 at the combine. Combine that speed with his crazy athleticism and you have a guy who can play Outside and Inside. The only knock on him is his height at 5'11 he isn't a true outside WR but if you see the tape on him you'll become aware this guy can win a hell of a lot of 50-50 matchups plays well above his height. Teams may be concerned as he is coming off a Sports Hernia and has a tendency to drop a few balls. However the Texans must view this as a steal here they get another weapon for Brock to work alongside Hopkins who has become one of the best WR in the league. I fully expect O'Brien to create one of the better passing offences next season with a competent QB under centre just give him another WR and your set.


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Mcmanus    1,324

the :vikings: are on the clock @Sc0tty84

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With the 23rd pick of the 2016 draft, the Minnesota Vikings select:

Will Fuller, WR, Notre Dame


The Vikings have a serious need for a number 1 wide out who can stretch the field. Diggs has done well last year but arguably doesn't fit the role. Fuller possess elite speed, good catching, a good size and also adds good run blocking to aid AP's outside running. There's an inevitability that the Vikings will pick the quickest guy left and with Corey Coleman going to the Texans, Fuller is a no brainer here.

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Mcmanus    1,324

the :bengals: are on the clock @pilks1075

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