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My first mock draft. And its a realistic one!



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I did a quick fan speak mock draft, I've been doing them for a few weeks now, and haven't done one where I actually liked it to the fullest. So I've continued over and over until I cooked up the best one! I just did 5 rounds, so hope you enjoy it!

First round: 24.

CB Kyle Fuller Virginia Tech. 6'0 190lbs. 4.49 40 yard dash

Here is some quick notes on him from bleacher report.

http://bleacherreport.com/articles/1937602-kyle-fuller-scouting-report-nfl-outlook-for-virginia-tech-cb

-Awareness and play recognition is impressive. By reading the play correctly, he is able to be efficient in his movement and potentially stop the play before a less-efficient player would.

-Fluid hips and good change of direction ability. He is natural in lateral movements.

-Balls Skills are good; routinely defensed or was in good position on accurate passes.

- Very good speed over distance helps if beaten initially. Certainly possess above average speed for starting NFL cornerback.

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Second round: 55.

DE Scott Crichton Oregon State 6'3 275lbs 4.84 40 yard dash

Here is some quick notes on him from bleacher report.

http://bleacherreport.com/articles/1973860-scott-crichton-scouting-report-nfl-outlook-for-oregon-state-defensive-end

-Snaps his hips coming off the ball, is often the first man into contact.

-Has big heavy hands and know show to use them.

-Too physical and quick to eat up space for blockers to recover when he gets a step.

-Consistently disruptive in the backfield.

-Higher-motor player with a relentless playing style.

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Third round: 88.

DT Will Sutton Arizona State 6'0 305lbs 5.36 40 yard dash

Here is some quick notes on him from bleacher report.

http://bleacherreport.com/articles/1979139-will-sutton-scouting-report-nfl-outlook-for-arizona-state-dt

-Demonstrates good snap anticipation and is very quick to engage.

-Utilizes active hands and fights to keep his body clean. Able to rip or shed blocks.

-Higher character player, a team leader

-most effective at the 3-technique position, but shows the versatility to kick further inside on obvious passing downs and split doubles-teams.

-Has an array of techniques to gain entry into the backfield. Flashes a good swim and has decent lateral agility.

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Fourth round: 119.

C/OG Marcus Martin USC 6'3 320 5.35 40 yard dash

Here is some quick notes on him from walterfootball.

http://walterfootball.com/scoutingreport2014mmartin.php

-Quality run blocker.

-Quick to the second level.

-Versatility

-Experienced

-Upside

-Effective in double teams.

-Strong in short yardage.

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Fifth round: 152.

CB Phillip Gaines Rice 6'0 195 4.38 40 yard dash

Here is some quick notes on him from bleacher report.

http://bleacherreport.com/articles/1985914-phillip-gaines-scouting-report-nfl-outlook-for-rice-cb

-Great height, weight, and arm length. He's physically ready to play in the NFL right now, needing very little weight or conditioning.

-Mirrors receivers well when playing on-man coverage. His quick feet help lateral quickness when changing directions.

-Greatly improved throughout his career, both technically and instinctual. His feel for the game reached a new level as a senior.

-Highly productive player that limited opposing receivers only catches on 40 targets in 2013.

-Disguises his coverage well through his movements and waiting until the last second to either cover the underneath route in cover 2 or go deep in cover 3.

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Thanks for the glance!!

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