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    Re: Your 2012 NFL Mock Draft Selection Thread

    With the 11th pick in the NFL Draft the Kansas City Chiefs select. Jonathan Martin Offensive tackle Stanford. Martin protected top pick Andrew Luck's blind side at Stanford.
    At 6'6 300 lbs he's the big athletic body that KC needs at left tackle.
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    Re: Your 2012 NFL Mock Draft Selection Thread

    The Seattle Seahawks select: Melvin Ingram, DE, South Carolina


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    Re: Your 2012 NFL Mock Draft Selection Thread

    ROUND 1

    1. Indianapolis (2-14) redsfanmia - Andrew Luck, QB, Stanford
    2. St. Louis (2-14) MikeThierry - Justin Blackmon, WR, Oklahoma St.
    3. Minnesota (3-13) schmidty622 - Matt Kalil, OT, USC
    4. Cleveland (4-12) LoganBuck - Robert Griffin III, QB, Baylor
    5. Tampa Bay (4-12) Caveat Emperor - Morris Claiborne, CB, LSU
    6. Washington (5-11) Gallen5862 - Trent Richardson, RB, Alabama
    7. Jacksonville (5-11) JaxRed - David DeCastro, G, Stanford
    8. Miami (6-10) chicoruiz - Courtney Upshaw, LB, Alabama
    9. Carolina (6-10) sonny - Fletcher Cox, DT, Mississippi St.
    10 .Buffalo (6-10) ervinsm84 - Quentin Coples, DE, North Carolina
    11. Kansas City (7-9) SidneySlicker - Jonathan Martin, OT, Stanford
    12. Seattle (7-9) Vottofan54 - Melvin Ingram, DE, South Carolina
    13. Arizona (8-8) Buckeye33
    14. Dallas (8-8) NJReds
    15. Philadelphia (8-8) HotCorner
    16. New York Jets (8-8) KoryMac
    17. Cincinnati (9-7) HotCorner
    18. San Diego (8-8) izzy's dad
    19. Chicago (8-8) izzy's dad
    20. Tennessee (9-7) schmidty622
    21. Cincinnati (9-7) HotCorner
    22. Cleveland (4-12) LoganBuck
    23. Detroit (10-6) cincy09
    24. Pittsburgh (12-4) Mario-Rijo
    25. Denver (8-8) Nathan
    26. Houston (10-6) Ohayou
    27. New England (13-3) -WVRed
    28. Green Bay (15-1) Mutaman
    29. Baltimore (12-4) WVRed
    30. San Francisco (13-3) Ohayou
    31. New England (13-3) - WVRed
    32. New York Giants (9-7) Puffy

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    Re: Your 2012 NFL Mock Draft Selection Thread

    Some interesting picks:

    I can't imagine Mike Shanahan ever taking a RB in the first round. He has had some great RB's (Portis, T Davis), but none were ever taken in the first. I'd say in real life the Redskins will be in the mix for RGIII, or even Ryan Tannehill.

    Most of the mocks I have read has Fletcher Cox mid to late first. Dontari Poe has really shot up the draft boards, so I wouldn't be shocked if he ends up going before Cox, Brockers, or Still.
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    Re: Your 2012 NFL Mock Draft Selection Thread

    With the 13th pick in the 2012 NFL draft, the Arizona Cardinals select OT Riley Reiff from Iowa.



    Mr. Reiff will hopefully be helping protect Peyton Manning, but if not he will be needed to help the OL in Arizona.
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    Re: Your 2012 NFL Mock Draft Selection Thread

    The Cowboys need secondary help, but they will most likely address that in free agency.

    With the 14th pick, they select: Dontari Poe, NT, Memphis




    I personally don't like workout warriors, and the game film on Poe isn't pretty at times. But you can't teach size, and Poe is strong enough to move into the middle right now and anchor the 3-4. The Boys will slide Ratliff to DT, where he should provide support to the pass rush and save the wear and tear that he receives as an undersized NT.

    There were plenty of winners and losers at the scouting combine, but perhaps no player helped his stock more than Memphis defensive tackle Dontari Poe. The numbers are staggering: 6-4, 346 pounds, a 4.98 40-yard dash, and 44 bench press reps.
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    Re: Your 2012 NFL Mock Draft Selection Thread

    I read this thread eager to see who the Bengals get, like it matters. There's something wrong with me.

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    Re: Your 2012 NFL Mock Draft Selection Thread

    With the 15th pick of the 2012 NFL draft, the Philadelphia Eagles select Michael Brockers, DT, LSU.



    This was a difficult decision as there were multiple options available with this pick. However the potential Brockers offers was simply too much to pass. The Eagles run defense needs improvement and Brockers is the best run stopper in this draft.

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    Re: Your 2012 NFL Mock Draft Selection Thread

    ROUND 1

    1. Indianapolis (2-14) redsfanmia - Andrew Luck, QB, Stanford
    2. St. Louis (2-14) MikeThierry - Justin Blackmon, WR, Oklahoma St.
    3. Minnesota (3-13) schmidty622 - Matt Kalil, OT, USC
    4. Cleveland (4-12) LoganBuck - Robert Griffin III, QB, Baylor
    5. Tampa Bay (4-12) Caveat Emperor - Morris Claiborne, CB, LSU
    6. Washington (5-11) Gallen5862 - Trent Richardson, RB, Alabama
    7. Jacksonville (5-11) JaxRed - David DeCastro, G, Stanford
    8. Miami (6-10) chicoruiz - Courtney Upshaw, LB, Alabama
    9. Carolina (6-10) sonny - Fletcher Cox, DT, Mississippi St.
    10 .Buffalo (6-10) ervinsm84 - Quentin Coples, DE, North Carolina
    11. Kansas City (7-9) SidneySlicker - Jonathan Martin, OT, Stanford
    12. Seattle (7-9) Vottofan54 - Melvin Ingram, DE, South Carolina
    13. Arizona (8-8) Buckeye33 - Riley Reiff, OT, Iowa
    14. Dallas (8-8) NJReds - Dontari Poe, DT, Memphis
    15. Philadelphia (8-8) HotCorner - Michael Brockers, DT, LSU
    16. New York Jets (8-8) KoryMac5
    17. Cincinnati (9-7) HotCorner
    18. San Diego (8-8) izzy's dad
    19. Chicago (8-8) izzy's dad
    20. Tennessee (9-7) schmidty622
    21. Cincinnati (9-7) HotCorner
    22. Cleveland (4-12) LoganBuck
    23. Detroit (10-6) cincy09
    24. Pittsburgh (12-4) Mario-Rijo
    25. Denver (8-8) Nathan
    26. Houston (10-6) Ohayou
    27. New England (13-3) -WVRed
    28. Green Bay (15-1) Mutaman
    29. Baltimore (12-4) WVRed
    30. San Francisco (13-3) Ohayou
    31. New England (13-3) - WVRed
    32. New York Giants (9-7) Puffy

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    Re: Your 2012 NFL Mock Draft Selection Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Joseph View Post
    I read this thread eager to see who the Bengals get, like it matters. There's something wrong with me.
    Talk about pressure!

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    Re: Your 2012 NFL Mock Draft Selection Thread

    With Bart Scott on his way out the NY Jets select:

    Luke Kuelchy Boston College ILB

    Also known as “Clark Kent” because of his very reserved look off the field and Superman-like play on the field, Kuechly (pronounced Keekly) is one of the best linebacker prospects in the class of 2012, and possibly one of the best prospects overall. He is a supremely talented athlete with great speed, smarts, and overall ability. He is what you would consider a “five-tool” player at his position, and he could be a top 10 pick when all is said and done. The former ACC Rookie of the Year and now two-time All-American is poised to have another huge season for the Eagles on the inside. When you watch this guy play, you can see that he dedicates a lot of time to the film room. He has incredible instincts, great closing speed, and if you try to run past him, or even near him, you are making a mistake. Last year as a sophomore, he was a consensus All-American and he led the nation with 183 tackles, and added three interceptions, two forced fumbles, and 1.5 sacks. He shows very good ability in coverage for a young linebacker, and reads the quarterback’s eyes well. This kid is simply relentless, and he will only get better
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    Re: Your 2012 NFL Mock Draft Selection Thread

    With the 17th pick of the 2012 NFL Draft, the Cincinnati Bengals select Cordy Glenn, OG, Georgia.



    I really wanted DeCastro but Glenn is a very nice consolation prize. Glenn (6-5 345) and Andre Smith (6-4 335) now form the "Great Wall".

    Pass blocking: Surprisingly agile for a big man but is susceptible to speed rushes which likely will force him back inside or to right tackle after starting the entire 2011 season on the blindside for the Bulldogs. Eases out of his stance and waits for the defender to come to him. Possesses long arms and is very powerful, often easily controlling his opponent. Naturally balanced with good lateral agility to mirror the defender. Wide-bodied so opponents can rarely get past him and has an excellent anchor so bull rushes are futile. Nitpicking, but can be a bit inconsistent with his recognition on combination blocks. Typically gets an initial punch in on the defensive tackle before switching off to take on the blitzing linebacker, but can be fooled and miss his assignment. Can get a bit lazy with his hand placement, making him vulnerable to swim moves.

    Run blocking: Excellent size and strength as a drive blocker. Can get fundamentally lazy, at times, playing too high and/or being a beat late off the snap. As such, he can miss with his initial punch and fail to push back his target. More often, he shows good hand placement and the leg drive to clear a hole. Powerful. Can knock defenders off the ball, providing impressive pancake blocks against even talented opponents. Good recognition in combination blocks in the running game. Good, powerful initial shove to the defensive tackle and gets to the second level with good quickness. Shows the ability to adjust his path to locate and attack his target. Rare body control for a man of his size when blocking at the second level.

    Pulling/trapping: Shows surprising quickness and fluidity when pulling from left guard to lead on the toss and counter. Light on his feet and can adjust to hit the moving target at the second level.

    Initial Quickness: A bit inconsistent with his initial get-off, though this may be simply a concentration issue with the snap-count. Demonstrates good initial quickness off the snap (especially for a man of his size) when pulling, but can be a beat late off the snap on other plays. Rarely is he actually beaten when late off the snap, however, due to his girth and long, powerful arms to catch and contain his assignment.

    Downfield: Perhaps his most impressive trait, which is saying something. Gets to the second level quickly and consistently erases linebackers from the play. Doesn't waste his energy with pancake blocks, but instead seals off the defender completely, assuring that his assignment isn't in position to impact the ball-carrier.

    Intangibles: Had four starts at left tackle over his career (all in 2009) entering the 2011 season. Turned in his paperwork to the NFL Draft Advisory Committee following last season but elected to return based partially on the plan to see more time at left tackle in 2011. Never missed a game due to injury while at Georgia.

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    Re: Your 2012 NFL Mock Draft Selection Thread

    The Chargers select Whitney Mercilus defensive end from The University of Illinois.
    Let's get weird!

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    Re: Your 2012 NFL Mock Draft Selection Thread

    The Chicago Bears select Michael Floyd wide reciever from Notre Dame.
    Let's get weird!

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    Re: Your 2012 NFL Mock Draft Selection Thread

    With the 20th pick in the 2012 NFL Draft the Titans select Peter Konz, C, Wisconsin.

    While it used to be a sin to draft a center in the first round of the draft, times are changing. Last year Tennessee's O-Line was woeful, leading to a down year by RB Chris Johnson. Knoz is regarded as the most NFL ready center prospect in this year’s draft. He has the potential instantly upgrade the middle of the Titan's O-Line.
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