McShay's Mock has us taking P. Amukamara

Discussion in 'NFL Draft' started by 2ToneBlueBlood, Feb 11, 2011.

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  1. RollTide

    RollTide All-Pro

    Kerrigan is as good a prospect as any OLB- DE in this draft except for Bowers. His consistency was outstanding. 13 sacks this year 12 sacks last year in the big ten. He had 5 more sacks his last 2 years at Purdue than Brandon Graham had his last 2 years.

    Big ten defensive player of the year. Not much more needs to be said.

    His size and timed speed in the combine will indicate how high he goes. If he is at least 6'3 1/2 over 260 and runs a 4.75 he will be a top 12 pick.

    Now that we know we are staying with the 4-3 i think the talk of a pass rushing linebacker is over. If you want a pass rusher it needs to be a 4-3 DE like Quinn or Kerrigan not a hybrid guy.
  2. RavensShallBurn

    RavensShallBurn Ruck the Favens

    I would rather get an interior lineman. Let's see how Derrick Morgan turns out before we draft another DE.

    I'd be down with Dareus for sure.
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  3. xpmar9x

    xpmar9x The Real Slim Shady

    I agree.. UNLESS Bowers falls to us.
  4. Deuce Wayne

    Deuce Wayne #CoachKegstand

    I really don't get the Dareus hype.
  5. steverife

    steverife Starter

    Well, to start...

    ...he is 6'4", 306 lbs, can play DE or DT, is freakishly athletic and dominated the national championship game where he knocked out Colt McCoy and got an INT for a touchdown.
  6. Deuce Wayne

    Deuce Wayne #CoachKegstand

    I think that's the problem. His hype comes off ONE play (the INT). And basically, a QB just handed him a ball... he was just in the right place at the right time. He didn't actually do anything but close his hands and lumber his fatazz in to the endzone.

    We can't give him credit for knocking Colt McCoy out when it wasn't a tough hit by any means. Just some freak injury.

    Outside of that game, what has he done?
  7. Titanic_Sub

    Titanic_Sub Starter

    I like Prince but I'd rather not take a CB at 8, if we get a Dline that doesn't blow our corners are more than passable. If Fairley or the DT from Bama (Can't remember his name ever) is there at 8 I want that to be our pick.
  8. ScotTitan

    ScotTitan Starter

    This is my first round Mock. I did 4 rounds but it got stupid. I traded our second rounder to NE for their 2nd,3rd and 4th, but in hindsight it wasnt a good idea. Anyways Dareus.

    1. Car- Nick Fairley- DT- Auburn
    2. Den- Patrick Peterson- CB- LSU
    3. Buf- Da’quan Bowers- DE- Clemson
    4. Cin- Robert Quinn- DE- North Carolina
    5. Ari- Von Miller- LB- Texas A&M
    6. Cle- AJ Green- WR- Georgia
    7. SF- Blaine Gabbart- QB- Nevada
    8. Ten- Marcel Dareus- DT- Alabama
    9. Dal- Prince Amukamara-CB-Nebraska
    10. Was- Cam Newton-QB-Auburn
    11. Hou- Corey Liuget-DT-Illinois(This years Jackonsville)
    12. Min-Cameron Jordon-DE-California
    13. Det- Brandon Harris-CB-Miami (fl)
    14. SL- Julius Jones-WR-Alabama
    15. Mia- Mark Ingram-RB-Alabama
    16. Jax- JJ Watt-DE-Wisconsin
    17. NE-Aldon Smith –OLB-Missouri
    18. SD- Adrian Clayborn-DE-Iowa
    19. NYG- Tyron Smith-OT –South California
    20. TB- Akem Ayers-OLB-UCLA
    21. KC- Nate Solder-OT-Colorado
    22. Ind- Antonio Castonzo-OT-Boston College
    23. Phi- Mike Pouncey-OG- Florida
    24. NO- Mikel LeShoure-RB- Illinois
    25. Sea- Jake Locker-QB-Washington
    26. Bal - Jimmy Smith-CB-Colorado
    27. Atl- Ryan Kerrigan-DE-Purdue
    28. NE- Gabe Carimi-OT-Wisconsin
    29. Chi- Derek Sherrod- OT-Mississippi State
    30. NYJ- Danny Watkins-OG-Baylor
    31. Pit- Aaron Williams-CB-Texas
    32. GB- Justin Houston- OLB-Georgia
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