Final Titan's Mock

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  1. PAtitansfan53

    PAtitansfan53 Kush & OJ

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    Round 1 - DeSean Jackson WR California ~ Say all you want about his size but the kid can ball. I don't see him having any problem putting on about 10-15 lbs which would make him the same size as Steve Smith who I think we all can agree is top WR. He has the playmaking skills we are looking as a return man and WR. He has elite speed, explosiveness, and COD abililty along with solid route running and good hands. The only knock you can put on him is size and strength but with some extra lbs on him he will be stronger in blocking an escaping the jam which he is working on with Jerry Rice as of now.

    Round 2 - Tracy Porter CB Indiana ~ CB's can be playmakers too and thats what Porter is. 16 int's in his career and he is a solid return man in a pinch. He has solid size with very good speed to stick with the speedsters. He would be able to contribute from day one as at least a nickel guy while gaining exp. to eventually start like next year.

    Round 3 - Darrel Robertson DE Georgia Tech ~ A bit undersized at about 250 but has a long lean frame and could add weight to his frame without affecting him. He is a very good rush end but what jumps out is teams running to his side avg. 0.33 ypc. Thats outstanding for an udersized DE who is said to be strictly a pass rusher. He has a high ceiling and with some added weight and strenght I think we get a steal.

    Round 4 - Jack Williams CB Kent St. ~ Undersized but is fast, scrappy and tenacious. Doesn't shy from contact and has great athleticism to stick with WR and his 41 inch vert. doesn't hurt.

    Round 4 - Andre Fluellen DT Florida St. ~ A bit nicked up during his career and basically prevented him from having his breakout season. Many predicted him to be a 1-2 rounder but injuries bothered him most of the season. Has good explosiveness and agility to shoot gaps. Better pass rusher than run stuffer but has a lot of potential.

    Round 4 - Keenan Burton WR Kentucky ~ Has solid size and speed at 6'1 200 lbs. and runs in the high 4.4 range. Is a very physical WR not afraid of contact or going over the middle and has solid hands.

    Round 5 - Caleb Campbell SS Army ~ A former LB turned S has very good size and ran a 4.5 while rehabbing a torn ACL. A big hitter with good instincts and straight line speed. Coverage ability is there but needs work.

    Round 7 - Larry Grant OLB Ohio St. ~ Solid athlete and OLB. Shows good straight line speed and COD ability o stick in coverage. A bit small but hey so is Thornton which is who he reminds me of. Adds depth and with some coaching he could be a solid starter.
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  2. Architect

    Architect Pain Train

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    Only two picks on offense?
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  3. fitantitans

    fitantitans This space For Rent

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  4. PAtitansfan53

    PAtitansfan53 Kush & OJ

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    Amazing isn't it to think we might not draft a RB. 2 years 2 second round picks, no we aren't going to use another on a RB they will give them this year to prove they need upgraded.
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  5. Ubiq

    Ubiq BAMF

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    We will draft a RB. The question is where.
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