Clint8's Post Free Agency Mock Draft

Discussion in 'NFL Draft' started by Clint8, Mar 20, 2013.

  1. Clint8

    Clint8 Rookie

    Remaining Free Agency
    Tracy Porter CB, Broncos - Would be a cheap option with how the market has played out. Would pair nicely as a depth guy behind Verner and McCourty.

    2013 Draft
    1st Round - Chance Warmack OG, Alabama - Even with the addition of Levitre, the Titans could still use another upgrade. Starting Warmack and Levitre at guards with Roos and Stewart at the two tackles, the Titan's offensive line could become one of the league's best.
    2nd Round - Zach Ertz TE, Stanford - With the loss of Jared Cook to the Rams, the Titans could afford to add a pass catching TE to team up with Delanie Walker. I think Ertz will fit perfectly into the offense. Another weapon to help Jake Locker's development.
    3rd Round - Corey Lemonier DE, Auburn - We need to improve our pass rush. I do not think the Titans will cut Wimbley loose, but they will draft someone to add some pass rush while also developing into a starter at RE. Lemonier is the perfect candidate. He could add muscle mass while developing into a full time DE while also being a situation pass rusher.
    3rd Round - Bacarri Rambo SS, Georgia - Huge hitter, who also can cover pretty well. Would add a nastiness to the defense that is much needed at this point.
    4th Round - Jon Bostic ILB, Florida - Well, I just noticed that 4 out of the first 5 I have mocked to us are SEC boys. Well, that is just a coincidence. I think Bostic is the perfect 4-3 MLB but also has the versatility to play 3-4 ILB which makes him perfect for our hybrid defense. I love Colin McCarthy, but I worry about his health. Bostic is the perfect insurance.
    5th Round - Montari Hughes DT, Tennessee-Martin - Solid small school prospect who transferred from Tennessee. There are some questions there but should add solid rotation to a defensive line that will continue to need work even after the signing of Sammie Lee Hill.
    6th Round - Johnny Adams CB, Michigan State - Really wanted a corner sooner than this, but couldn't find one I liked well enough to take in the spot we were picking in and thought the other guys listed would be BPA. I like Adams, but very raw and still needs a lot of work.
    6th Round - Ricky Wagner OT, Wisconsin - Both Roos and Stewart are getting older. Wagner was once considered to go a lot higher than this, but his stock has fallen. Wouldn't be a bad addition this late.
    7th Round - Michael Mauti OLB/ILB, Penn State - I'm not sure if Mauti will fall this far due to his injury, but if he is there, the Titans will rush to the podium.
    7th Round - Jordan Rodgers QB, Vanderbilt - This is almost an obvious pick IMO. Could be stashed on the practice squad to see if he develops. Hometown boy.

    I'm not sure if the Titans only have one 6th round pick or two. If it's just one, then scratch the Wagner pick.

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    This mock has no WR, therefor it's all wrong
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  3. RockyTop Fox

    RockyTop Fox Offensive Coordinator

    I think a WR is honestly a very strong need, even though it's a bad stereotype, and many fans cringe at the thought of taking one early. I want us to take one in the first or second rounds, third at the absolute latest.
  4. SawdustMan

    SawdustMan The Reigning, Defending, Undisputed Beav Champion

    I will flip the fug out if we go TE in the 2nd.
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    WR's are more involved than say a DB, I expect us to address WR before any safety or CB's, and people are talking 2nd-3rd round for both.

    Other than Kendall Wright I don't like our WR's at all. Williams is cool, but Britt and Washington are on the clock, they'll both be gone soon.
  6. Just Win Baby

    Just Win Baby Starter

    Also dont think we take a TE. Maybe next year depending on how our "DE to TE project" progesses this year.
  7. xhrr

    xhrr Starter

    Maybe another developmental TE late but not until day 3. I'd look at Brooks Reed's brother Lucas late. He has some bloodlines and his physical attributes were very solid, not sure why the dip in production but he was on the John Mackey Award watch list prior to this season. Put him on the PS for a year, his blocking is above average and receiving skills were apparent in 2010 and 2011 season.
  8. Fry

    Fry Welcome to the land of tomorrow!

    You kind of nailed a few of my prospects.

    I put together a Titans mock while we were having board issues and it was lost but it definitely looked a lot like yours.

    1. Chance Warmack G
    2. DJ Hayden CB
    3. Sam Montgomery DE
    3. Jon Bostic MLB
    4. Aaron Dobson WR
    5. Montori Hughes DT
    6. Brennan Williams OT(I like Wagner too, but I'd take Williams over him)
    7. Lonnie Pryor FB/HB
    7. Ray-Ray Armstrong S
  9. xhrr

    xhrr Starter

    Sam Montgomery apparently interviewed poorly and said something about quitting and gambling? I can't find exactly what was said or the story but I've seen him dropping quite a bit. Not the type of guy you want on your club, gambling IDC quitting or whatever is another story. Hopefully someone can chime in and set the record straight with what exactly happened.

    Not who I want but who I think we will take.....

    1. Xavier Rhodes CB FSU
    2. Margus Hunt DE SMU
    3. Da'rick Rodgers WR TTU
    3. Brian Schwenke C Cal
    4. Brian Winters G KSU
    5. Gerald Hodges LB PSU
    6. Zac Stacy RB Vandy
    7. TJ Barnes DT Georgia Tech
    7. Jordan Rodgers QB Vandy
  10. Fry

    Fry Welcome to the land of tomorrow!

    Good call on Hodges too. He could be a steal.
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