Here is my latest, updated draft. I ran this against Fanspeak to kind of have a real-time avenue to makes sure I wasn't being blind or loyal to a player I like, and pick him even though there is zero chance of his being there. Anyways, here goes -
24 - Darqueze Dennard, CB, Michigan State
Kyle Fuller is shooting up the boards, and this is who I think will drop at Fuller's expense. If not him, any of the top 4 will be just fine.
55 - Telvin Smith, OLB, FSU
A bit of a reach...probably, but when a guy can make your team better, then you grab him. He will become a leader on ST's this year, but probably won't crack the field on D, unfortunately. But he will be Lamur's replacement next season.
88 - DeMarcus Lawrence, DE, Boise State
Here is MJ93's replacement, and should be a good one. High energy, strong, quick off the ball, and active hands. A great prospect to mold into a great player.
123 - Andre Williams, RB, Boston College
A CJ favorite, he finds us at a perfect spot (with all the OT/OG guard combos off the board now) to be picked. He is one-dimensional as a back, but he is a beast of a runner, and has a nose for the end zone.
164 - Logan Thomas, QB, Virginia Tech
Popular or not, he will be a possibility, and is similar to Dalton, yet totally different than him, too. His throws when given time can be beautiful, while his throws on the run can be heard quacking throughout the stadium. The biggest difference is Thomas can run, and is very hard to tackle when he does. He will be a nice project as a back-up QB.
199 - Aaron Colvin, CB, Oklahoma
Once healthy, he and Dennard and Dre will be the future of our secondary...and how sweet will that be.
212 - Dezmen Southward, S, Wisconsin
Great speed, and an honorable mention All-B1G two straight year. He is a burner, can tackle, and may become our next gunner.
239 - Kevin Norwood, WR, Alabama
Tall, fast, great hands, and solid routes...what's not to like. He will not have a hard time making the roster, and eventually replacing Sanu.
252 - Spencer Long, OG, Nebraska
A leader of their o-line before his knee injury, capable blocker for both the run and pass. Would have been drafted much, much higher had he not gotten injured.
There it is. I wanted an o-lineman project earlier, but the only option I had at the time was Seantrel Henderson after the 3rd round, and I want nothing to do with that guy. As always...have at it.