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Fifth annual Seahawks mock draft competition

Post by Eric Williams on April 24, 2013 at 10:22 pm with 53 Comments »
April 24, 2013 10:24 pm

My apologies guys for the lateness of this post, but I have been cranking out draft stuff for the print product.

Welcome to our annual exercise in futility, also known as the fifth annual Seahawks Insider mock draft competition.

STTM and T-Town’s finest, Bbnate420 took home the title last year, with each predicting three correct.

STTM had Bobby Wagner going in the second round, Robert Turbin in the third and Russell Wilson in the fourth.

Bbnate420 had Bruce Irvin in the third round, Robert Turbin in the fourth and Russell Wilson in the sixth round.

Our 2011 champion is Palerydr, who correctly had Seattle selecting Alabama offensive lineman James Carpenter in the first round.

In 2010, Hefferous and HawksfaninMT took home title honors. Both correctly picked the Seahawks selecting Russell Okung and Earl Thomas with the team’s first, two picks.

And in our inaugural contest in 2009, Schlede from Denmark took home first prize by correctly selecting Aaron Curry in the first round and Nick Reed in the seventh round.

Of course, neither player remains with the team, or in the NFL. But we can’t blame Schede for Tim Ruskell’s failures, can we?

Like every year, I put my blind fold on and threw some darts at the dart board as well. Post your own mock draft in the comments section down below or email me at eric.williams@thenewstribune.com, and I’ll throw them into an excel spreadsheet and announce the winner on Monday.

One per customer please, and you have until 5 p.m. tomorrow to enter your pick.

Second round (56) – Tyrann Mathieu, CB, LSU: I couldn’t predict who Seattle would select in the first round of last year’s draft, so how can you reasonably expect me to get the selection right this year? I’m taking a shot in the dark with Mathieu, a first-round talent who has slipped to the second round because of his ganja habit. Mathieu is rough around the edges, but Pete Carroll will give him a big hug and tell him to Win Forever. The Honey Badger, Beast Mode, Richard Sherman, John Moffitt, Chris Clemons, Percy Harvin, Bruce Irvin – I will enjoy seeing Carroll attempt to manage all of these “unique” personalities.

Third round (87) –Brennan Williams, OT, North Carolina – If he’s healthy, Williams offers a nice lump of clay for Tom Cable to work with.

Fourth round (123) – Montori Hughes, DT, Tennessee-Martin – Another talented player who has fallen down the draft board because of off-the-field issues. At 6-4 and 329 pounds, Hughes can be a run-stuffing 3-tech on early downs and also push the pocket in passing situations.

Fifth round (138, 158) – William Golston, DE, Michigan State; Nick Kasa, TE, Colorado – At 6-6 and 281 pounds, Golston projects as a 5-tech and backup for Red Bryant. Kasa is a pass-catching tight end who can get down the seam of a defense.

Sixth round (194) – Duke Williams, S, Nevada — An instinctive playmaker in the back end of the defense who can play multiple positions, Williams was recruited by Pete Carroll at USC.

Seventh round (220, 231, 241 and 242) – Brandon Magee, OLB, Arizona State; Jeremy Harris, CB, New Mexico State; Rufus Johnson, DE, Tarleton State; Tyrone Goard, WR, Eastern Kentucky– Magee is an instinctive linebacker with a baseball background. Harris is from Los Angeles, and at 6-2 fits Seattle’s press scheme. Johnson is a Leo defensive end who finished with 33 tackles for losses and 15.5 sacks at Tarleton State. At 6-4 and 200 pounds, Goard is a tall receiver who can get down the field, but has inconsistent hands.

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  1. bbnate420 says:

    T-Town’s finest, never been referred to as such before I think. Thanks Eric, it’s an honor. I’ll live up to it by getting zero correct.

  2. Takin’ a shot:

    2/56 Arthur Brown LB Kansas St
    3/87 Bennie Logan DT LSU
    4/123 Ryan Swope WR Tex A&M
    5/138 D J Hayden CB Houston
    5/158 Dustin Hopkins K Florida St
    6/194 Shawn Williams S Georgia
    7/214 Tanner Hawkinson OT Kansas
    7/220 Rogers Gaines OT Tennessee St
    7/241 Mike Catapano DE Princeton
    7/242 Tavaris King WR Georgia

  3. chadworth64 says:

    Round 2: Kyle Long, OT/G, Oregon
    Round 3: Chris Harper, WR, K-State
    Round 4: Zaviar Gooden, LB, Mizzou
    Round 5: Dion Sims, TE, Michigan St.
    Round 5: Nicholas Williams, DT, Samford
    Round 6: Steve Williams, CB, Cal
    Round 7: Mike Catapano, DE, Princeton
    Round 7: John Boyett, FS, Oregon
    Round 7: Miguel Maysonet, RB, Stony Brook
    Round 7: Ivory Wade, OT, Baylor

  4. 2013 Draft
    2.Khaseem Greene, OLB, Rutgers
    3.Jordan Hill, DT, Penn St.
    4.Reid Fragel, OT, Ohio St.
    5.Nick Kasa, TE, Colorado
    5.Tharold Simon, CB, LSU
    6.Kerwynn Williams, RB, Utah St.
    7.Mark Harrison, WR, Rutgers
    7.Quanterus Smith, DE, Western Kentucky
    7.Cooper Taylor, SS, Richmond
    7.Michael Clay, OLB, Oregon

  5. hefferous says:

    Read the blog all of the time, but this is the only time I post.

    Round 2: Johnathon Hankins DT Ohio State
    Round 3: Khaseem Greene LB Rutgers
    Round 4: Chase Thomas LB Stanford
    Round 5: Matt Scott QB Arizona
    Round 5: Cody Davis S Texas Tech
    Round 6: Latavious Murray RB UCF
    Round 7: Corey Fuller WR Virginia Tech
    Round 7: Nick Kasa TE Colorado
    Round 7: Jordan Mills OT Louisiana Tech
    Round 7: Garrett Gilker OT Chadron State

  6. SarahPartyAllNightLongScoon says:

    Round 2 Kawaan Short DT Purdue
    Round 3 Aaron Dobson WR Marshall
    Round 4 T.J. McDonald FS USC
    Round 5 Jeff Baca G UCLA, Jelani Jenkins LB Florida
    Round 6 Lawrence Okoye DT Olympian
    Round 7 Joseph Fauria TE UCLA, Luke Marquadt OT Azusa Pacific,
    Devin Taylor DE South Carolina, Aaron Hester CB UCLA

  7. 1. Percy Harvin (boom – 1 in the bag)
    2. Jonathan Jenkins – DT.
    3. Brennan Williams – OT.
    4. T.J. Macdonald – S.
    5. Shamarko Thomas – S, Tyler Wilson – QB.
    6. Denard Robinson – QB/WR/RB.
    7. Luke Marquardt – OT, Nick Kasa – TE, Lawrence Okoye – DL, Marquess Wilson – WR.

  8. HawkfaninMT says:

    Round 2: Khaeem Greene, LB, Rutgers
    Round 3: Quinton Patton, WR, La Tech
    Round 4: Montori Hughes, DT, Tenn-Martin
    Round 5: Travis Kelce, TE, Cinn
    Round 5: Jordan Mills, OT, La Tech
    Round 6: Russell Sheppard, WR/CB, LSU
    Round 7: Kyle Juszycyk, FB/TE, Harvard
    Round 7: Mark Harrison, WR, Rutgers
    Round 7: Stefan Charles, DT, U of Regina
    Round 7: Duke Williams, S, Nevada

    We get the top 3 picks, and I will be happy as a clam!

  9. boycie99 says:

    Round 2: Cornelius Washington DE Georgia
    Round 3: Tyrann Mathieu CB LSU
    Round 4: Khaseem Greene LB Rutgers
    Round 5: Dion Sims TE Michigan State
    Round 5: Jordan Mills OT Louisiana Tech
    Round 6: TJ McDonald FS USC
    Round 7: Dustin Hopkins K Florida St
    Round 7: Josh Boyd DT Mississippi State
    Round 7: Miguel Maysonet RB Stony Brook
    Round 7: Keith Pough OLB Howard

  10. Palerydr says:

    Well if anybody gets 3 right this year I suggest you play the lotto cuz your one lucky person. Here’s my attempt to become the first repeat champ.

    1) Jesse Williams
    2) Sio Moore
    3) Jordan Reed
    4) Matt Scott
    5) Tyrann Mathieu
    6) Kiko Alonso
    7) Mike Catapano
    8) Darick Rogers
    9) Anthony Watkins
    10) Ryan Jensen

  11. cheers, fellas.

    Stevo’s Mock Draft
    2 – TE Gavin Escobar, San Diego State
    3 – DT Bennie Logan, LSU
    4 – OLB Zaviar Gooden, Missouri
    5 – SS Sean Williams Georgia
    5 – RB/KR Kerwynn Williams, Utah State
    6 – CB Terry Hawthorne, Illinois.
    7 – OG Earl Watford, James Madison
    7 – DT Kwame Geathers, Georgia
    7 – OG Omoregie Uzzi, Georgia Tech
    7 – WR Marquess Wilson, Washington State

    Notes:
    2 – TE Gavin Escobar, San Diego State. Carroll wants an impact starter for his first pick, and Escobar would fill the vacant Receiving-TE role. Tall, quick, shifty, can line up at TE or WR, works the seams, and is sure-handed. He’ll do some things that Winslow or T.O. might have done had they made the team last year. Completes RW’s receiver corps.
    3 – DT Bennie Logan, LSU. With Brandon Williams likely off the board, Logan is the next solid run-stuffing tackle with explosion; could rotate in at DT as a rookie and someday replace Brandon Mebane.
    4 – OLB Zaviar Gooden, Missouri. Sideline-to-sideline speed to corral Colin Kaepernick, zone coverage skills to defend in the nickel. This former S converted to rush/cover OLB has 4.46 speed to contain plays as a nickel LB.
    5 – SS Shawn Williams, Georgia. Lawyer Milloy-type S with LB mentality. Tough, instinctive, and could replace Winston Guy as third S in bandit defense as well as backup to Chancellor at SS.
    5 – RB/KR Kerwynn Williams, Utah State. Small, speedy intense, rushing/receiving threat inherited Robert Turbin’s role at Utah State and bested Turbin’s total yards.
    6 – CB Terry Hawthorne, Illinois. Rangy former receiver turned aggressive in-your-face CB. Overly physical and underrated. Sound familiar?
    7 – OG Earl Watford, James Madison. Agile, fast, strong zone blocker and cut blocker should fit well in Tom Cable’s running game.
    7 – DT/DE Kwame Geathers, Georgia. 6’6″ big DT who reminds me of Red Bryant before Dan Quinn moved him from DT to 5-tech DE.
    7 – OG Omoregie Uzzi, Georgia Tech. Explosive guard with the athletic skills to cut block in Cable’s zone offense. Falling in draft due to injury concerns.
    7 – WR Marquess Wilson, Washington State. Deep threat with length, leaping ability, and body control; could make the practice squad at split end.

  12. sluggo42 says:

    Odds of picking anyone past , or even including #56 is going to be very lucky, at best.

    I will take a stab at # 56 only, and then just by position

    1) Percy WR
    2) Kyle Long rt. I’ve thought long and hard about this pick, and to me, our weakest point that affects the team today is the oline.
    I’m counting on carp returning to LG and combined with Okung making that side rediculous, but the right side needs help, and the youngest son is usually the toughest and so I go with Kyle.
    3) DT big boy project, even though I see red spending time here.
    4) WR big boy
    5) WLB
    5) TE
    6) camp fodder from here on out

  13. yankinta says:

    Round 2 : Trade for 2014 1st round pick
    Round 3 : Trade for 2014 2nd round pick
    Round 4 : Trade for 2014 3rd round pick
    Round 5 : Chase Thomas, LB, Standford
    Round 6 : Everett Dawkins, DT, Florida State
    Round 7 : Denard Robinson, RB/WR/KR, Michigan
    Round 7 : Levine Toiolo, TE, Stanford
    Round 7 : BJ Daniel, QB, South Florida U
    Round 7 : Marquess Wilson, WR, Washington State

  14. 2. Kyle Long OT
    3. Christine Michael RB
    4. Jordan Poyer CB
    5. Ty Powell LB
    5. Hugh Thornton OG
    6. Rodney Smith WR
    7. Cory Grissom DT
    7. TJ Barnes DT
    7. Matt Furstenburg TE
    7. Eric Martin LB

  15. 2. OLB/DE/DT John Simon, Ohio State
    3. S. Duke Williams, Nevada
    4. FB Kyle Juszczyk, Harvard
    5. OT Luke Marquardt, Azusa Pacific
    5. TE Ryan Otten, San Jose State
    6. WR Mark Harrison, Rutgers
    7. CB Jeremy Harris, New Mexico State
    7. QB BJ Daniels, UCF
    7. RB Jeremy Wright, Luoisville
    7. WR Bryce Butler, San Diego State

  16. CDHawkFan says:

    2) DT Hankins
    3) TE Escobar
    4) FB Juszczyk
    5) LB T Williams
    5) OT J. Mills
    6) DT S. Charles
    7) WR M. Wilson
    7) LB E. Martin
    7) DE R. Johnson
    7) K Hopkins

  17. 2/56 Sio Moore, OLB UCONN
    3/87 Montori Hughes, DT TENN-Martin
    4/123 Nick Kasa, TE CU
    5/138 Chris Faulk, OT LSU
    5/158 Luke Marquardt, OT Azusa Pacific
    6/194 Cody Davis, S TX Tech
    7/220 Jeremy Harris, CB NM ST
    7/231 Dustin Hopkins K FSU
    7/241 Jeff Tuel, QB WSU
    7/242 Brandon Kaufman WR East WA

  18. Nickhawk84 says:

    2nd – Terron Armstead – OT
    3rd – Zavair Gooden – LB
    4th – Kwame Gathers – DT
    5th – Mark Harrison – WR
    5th – Nick Kasa – TE
    6th – Jeff Baca – OT
    7th – Rufus Johnson – DE
    7th – Eric Rogers – WR
    7th – Brett Maher – K
    7th – Jordan Rodgers – QB

  19. Sarcasticus says:

    2 – Sio Moore
    3 – Tyrann Mathieu
    4 – Mark Harrison
    5 – Nick Kasa
    5 – Duke Williams
    6 – Michael Brooks
    7 – Jeremy Wright
    7 – Stefan Charles
    7 – Craig Wilkins
    7 – Ryan Jensen

  20. Here goes nothing…

    2/56 Kyle Long, Oregon
    3/87 Tyrann Mathieu, LSU
    4/123 Alex Okafor, Texas
    5/138 Zaviar Gooden, Missouri
    5/158 Stepfan Taylor, Stanford
    6/194 Nick Kasa, Colorado
    7/214 Chris Harper, Kansas State
    7/220 David Bass, Missouri Western
    7/241 Luke Marquardt, Asuza Pacific
    7/242 Marquess Wilson, WSU

    GO HAWKS!

  21. HawkfaninMT says:

    Funny how many of us have several of the same names but they range from 2nd to 7th round!

    Interesting draft!

  22. ChrisHolmes says:

    I don’t think we make 10 picks, but since we have 10, I guess that improves our odds of guessing correctly right? Here goes

    2. Kyle Long OT
    3. Matt Scott QB
    4. Mike Catapano DE
    5. Zaviar Gooden LB
    5. Tyrann Mathieu, DB
    6. Chris Gragg TE
    7. T.J. Mcdonald S
    7. Zachary Stacy RB
    7. Marquess Wilson WR
    7. Isaac Remington DT

    A couple notes… a) Karma dictates the 3rd round pick. I think the ESPN guys will have fun with “And Seattle selects another quarterback in the 3rd round…” b) I don’t want Mathieu at all, but something tells me he falls into the 5th and Seattle decides they can’t pass him up. The fact that they worked him out as one of their 30 invites is telling, to me, and I just keep reading his name associated with this team. So be it.

  23. HawkFromDay1 says:

    Loving a lot of other peoples’ picks – we have the smartest fans in the NFL – no doubt.

    Round 2: Vance McDonald – TE Rice
    Round 3: Jamie Collins – LB Southern Miss
    Round 4: Vinston Painter – OT Va Tech
    Round 5: Onterrio McCaleb – RB Auburn
    Round 5: Nicholas Williams – DT Samford
    Round 6: Ty Powell – LB Harding
    Round 7: Levine Toilolo – TE Stanford
    Round 7: Ray Ray Armstrong – S Miami
    Round 7: Brice Butler – WR San Diego State
    Round 7: Cody Green – QB Tulsa

  24. 2. Round – DT, Brandon Williams, Missouri Southern State.
    3. Round – OT, Brennan Williams, North Carolina.
    4. Round – OLB, Chase Thomas, Stanford.
    5. Round – TE, Nick Kasa, Colorado.
    5. Round – CB, Terry Hawthorne, Illinois.
    6. Round – OG, Jeff Baca, UCLA.
    7. Round – WR, Rodney Smith, Florida State.
    7. Round – DE, Brandon Jenkins, Florida State.
    7. Round – ILB, Will Compton, Nebraska.
    7. Round – RB, Theo Riddick, Notre Damen.

  25. aripley32 says:

    2/56 John Jenkins, DT
    3/87 Tyrann Mathieu, DB
    4/123 John Simon OLB
    5/138 Hugh Thornton, G
    5/158 David Bass, DE
    6/194 Nick Kasa, TE
    7/214 Jordan Rodgers, QB
    7/220 Xavier Nixon, OT
    7/241 John Boyett, FS
    7/242 Aaron Mellette, WR

  26. 2. Domontre More – DE
    3. Larry Warford – OG
    4. Montori Hughes – DT
    5. Matt Scott – QB
    5. Jeff Baca – OG
    6. Ty Powell – OLB
    7. Dustin Hopkins – K
    7. Jake Stoneburner – TE
    7. Ray Polk – FS
    7. Jayson DiManche – OLB

  27. owenbytheway says:

    None of us should be allowed to handle knives since the professional mockers all seem to be using dull bladed blugeonism techniques:

    2. Terron Armstead OT
    3. Matt Scott QB
    4. Travis Kelce TE
    5. Kyle Juszcyk FB
    5. David Quessenberry OT
    6. Duke Williams S
    7. Caleb Sturgis K
    7. Luke Marquardt OT
    7. Ryan Aplin QB
    7. Aaron Mallette WR

  28. grizindabox24 says:

    2. Jessie Williams DT
    3. Brennan Williams OT
    4. Gavin Escobar TE
    5. Jelanie Jenkins OLB
    5. Darius Slay CB
    6. Kyle Juszczyk FB
    7. Kwame Geathers DT
    7. Jordan Rogers QB
    7. Brandon Kaufman WR
    7. Brandon Sharpe OLB

  29. 2 Menelik Watson
    3 Montori Hughes
    4 Kyle Juszczyk
    5 Mark Harrison
    5 Duke Williams
    6 Ryan Otten
    7 Cooper Taylor 
    7 Stephan Charles
    7 Perez Ashford
     7 Craig Wilkins

  30. HonHawksLSB says:

    1st timer. Can you say beginners luck?!?!

    Round 2: Jesse Williams DT Alabama
    Round 3: Kiko Alonso LB Oregon
    Round 4: Tyrann Mathieu CB LSU
    Round 5: ***Trade*** Vinny Curry DE Eagles
    Round 5: Brennan Williams OT North Carolina
    Round 6: Christine Michael RB Texas A&M
    Round 7: Jordan Rogers QB Vanderbilt
    Round 7: Caleb Sturgis K Florida
    Round 7: Marquess Wilson WR Washington St.
    Round 7: Jake Stoneburner TE Ohio State

  31. I see the Hawks grabbing Marques Wilson as a UDFA.

  32. CDN_C_Hawk says:

    I can see the F/O dealing and wheeling , just no idea where they will make moves.

    Rd 2 : Terron Armstead – OT
    Rd 3 : Cory Lemonier – DE/OLB
    Rd 4 : Christian Michael – RB
    Rd 5 : Chris Harper – WR
    Rd 5 : Kyle Juszczyk – FB
    Rd 6 : Lawrence Okoye – DT
    Rd 7 : Chris Gragg – TE
    Rd 7 : Jeff Tuel – QB
    Rd 7 : Chris McDonald – OG
    Rd 7 : Stefan Charles – DT

  33. seahawkNJ says:

    Whole new respect for the guys that do this for a living. Im gonna have to start prepping for next years draft on Monday.

    2: Kawann Short DT Purdue
    3: Khaseem Greene OLB Rutgers – yeah Jersey!
    4: Markus Wheaton WR Oregon State
    5: Jordan Reed TE Florida
    5: Landry Jones QB Oklahoma
    6: Tharold Simon CB LSU
    7: Xavier Nixon OT Florida
    7: Joe Kruger DE Utah
    7: Travis Bond OG North Carolina
    7: Zach Brown K Portland State

  34. 2. Tyrann Mathieu CB LSU
    3. Gavin Escobar TE San Diego State
    4. William Gholston DE Michigan State
    5. Montori Hughes DT Tennessee-Martin
    5. Akeem Spence DT Illinois
    6. Zaviar Gooden OLB Missouri
    7. Marquis Wilson WR WSU
    7. Rodney Smith WR FSU
    7. Knile Davis RB Arkansas
    7. Chris Faulk OT LSU

  35. Macabrevity says:

    Here’s my two cent Hawk mock…

    2/56 Jamie Collins LB So Miss
    3/87 David Bakhtiari OT Co
    4/123 Montori Hughes DT Tenn Mart
    5/138 Michael Williams TE Alabama
    5/158 Dustin Hopkins K Florida St
    6/194 Javon Harris S Okla
    7/214 Drake Dunsmore TE/FB Nor’Western
    7/220 Chris Jones DT Bowling Green
    7/241 B.J. Daniels QB USF
    7/242 Brandon Kaufman WR EWU

  36. bbnate420 says:

    Rd 2: DT Kawann Short

    RD 3: QB Matt Scott

    RD 4: LB Sean Porter

    RD 5: CB Tharold Simon

    RD 5: OT Chris Faulk

    RD 6: WR Marquess Wilson

    RD 7: K Dustin Hopkins

    RD 7: RB Knile Davis

    RD 7: TE Joseph Fauria

    RD 7: DE Quanterus Smith

  37. 2/56 sio moore
    3/87 bennie logan
    4/123 brennan williams
    5/138 sanders commings
    5/158 jelani jenkins
    6/194 Tanner Hawkinson
    7/214 Robert Lester
    7/220 Dustin hopkins
    7/241 terry hawthorne
    7/242 stephane mihim

    Read more here: http://blog.thenewstribune.com/seahawks/2013/04/24/fifth-annual-seahawks-mock-draft-competition/#storylink=cpy

  38. Kingpear says:

    OK… here is a shot in the dark

    2/56 Travis Kelce – TE
    3/87 Bennie Logan – DT
    4/123 Sean Porter – OLB
    5/138 Kyle Juszczyk – FB
    5/158 Jelani Jenkins – LB
    6/194 Cierrre Wood – RB
    7/214 Marquess Wilson – WR
    7/220 Dustin Hopkins – K
    7/241 Ryan Jensen – OG
    7/242 Jeremy Harris – CB

  39. HawkyHann says:

    2- Jon Bostic
    3 – Montori Hughes
    4- Honey Badger
    5- Josh Boyd
    6 – Marquis Wilson
    7- Mike James
    7- Denard Robinson
    7- Chris McDonald

  40. wazzulander says:

    Preference given to those I’ve actually seen play…

    2 – Zach Ertz – TE
    3 – Sio Moore – LB
    4 – Brandon Williams – DT
    5 – Brennan Williams – OL
    5 – Marcus Lattimore – RB
    6 – Will Davis – CB
    7 – Marquis Wilson – WR
    7 – Jeff Tuel – QB
    7 – Brice Butler – WR
    7 – Jeff Baca – OL

  41. I’m half-tempted to submit an all-Williams draft. I think there’s a good Williams in every round this year. ;-)

  42. SandpointHawk says:

    For the record I’m not entering this year. I have no idea what the boys are going to do. Fill a couple holes and draft backups or projects if you will. I’m just going to sit back and enjoy the ride. Good luck one and all…GO HAWKS.

  43. imposter says:

    Here goes…

    2 – Khaseem Greene, Linebacker, Rutgers, 56th pick
    3 – Travis Kelce, Tight End, Cincinnati, 87th pick
    4 – Terron Armstead, Offensive Tackle, Arkansas Pine-Bluff, 123rd pick
    5 – Xavier Nixon, Offensive Tackle, Florida 138th pick
    5 – Duke Williams, Safety, Nevada, 158th Pick
    6 – Marquess Wilson, Wide Receiver, Washington State, 194th pick
    7 – Ricky Wagner, Offensive Line, Wisconsin, 220th pick
    7 – Jasper Collins, Wide Receiver, Mount Union, 231st pick
    7 – Zach Stacy, RB, Vanderbilt, 241st pick
    7 – Mike Edwards, Cornerback, Hawaii, 242nd pick

  44. Newborough says:

    OK. here goes

    2/56 Gavin Escobar – TE
    3/87 Sio Moore – LB
    4/123 Montori Hughes – DT
    5/138 Xavier Nixon – OT
    5/158 Jelani Jenkins – LB
    6/194 Dustin Hopkins – K
    7/214 Terry Hawthorne – CB
    7/220 Kyle Juszczyk – FB
    7/241 Luke Marquardt – OT
    7/242 Marquess Wilson – WR

    I can still see one or two of these picks being traded for 2014 future picks by JS, I just don’t know which. I look forward to being surprised (and ultimately delighted) once again come Sunday

  45. GeorgiaHawk says:

    2-Kyle Long- OG-Oregon.-#56.
    3-Benny Logan-DT-LSU.-#87.
    4-Zaviar Gooden-OLB-Missouri.-#123.
    5-Levino Toilolo-TE-Standford.-#138.
    5-Leventree McCray-OLB-Florida.-#158.
    6-Lawrence Okoye-DT-Mars.-#194.
    7-Dustin Hopkins-K-Florida St.-#220.
    7-Knile Davis- RB- Arkansas.-#231.
    7-Earl Wolff-S-N.C. State.-#241.
    7-Rodney Smith-WR-Florida St.-#242.

  46. KelsoHawk says:

    2-Barrett Jones, OL Alabama
    3-Zavier Gooden, OLB Missouri
    4- Matt Scott, QB Arizona
    5-Marquess Wilson, WR WSU
    5-Brandon Kaufman, WR Eastern Washington
    6-Kyle Jusczyk, FB Harvard
    7-Kerwynn Williams, RB Utah St.
    7- Jamaal Johnson-Webb, OL Alabama A&M
    7- Kenyon Barner, RB Oregon
    7- David King, DE Oklahoma

  47. ruminator1 says:

    2nd Kevin Minter, LB, LSU
    3rd Kawaan Short, DT, Purdue
    4th Khaled Holmes, C/OG, USC
    Kiko Alonso, LB, Oregon
    5th Chris Harper, WR, Kansas State
    Mike Gillislee, RB, Florida
    6th Onterio McCalebb, RB, Auburn
    7th Marquess Wilson, WR, Washington State D.J. Harper, RB, Boise State Reggie Dunn, WR, Utah

  48. ruminator1 says:

    2nd Kevin Minter, LB, LSU
    3rd Kawaan Short, DT, Purdue
    4th
    Kiko Alonso, LB, Oregon
    5th Chris Harper, WR, Kansas State
    Mike Gillislee, RB, Florida
    6th Onterio McCalebb, RB, Auburn
    7th Marquess Wilson, WR, Washington State D.J. Harper, RB, Boise State R: Rex Burkhead, RB, Nebraska.
    reggie Dunn, WR, Utah

    REVISED FINAL

  49. 56 wolford og kentuckey
    87 terance williams wr
    123 reed te
    138 jenkins olb
    158 dysert qb
    194 lester ss
    220williams lb
    231fauria te
    241 hopkins kr
    242 sharp p

  50. 2-26 56: Ky’s Larry Warford RG
    3-25 87: San Diego State’s Gavin Escobar TE
    4-26 123: Conn’s Trevardo Williams WLB/DE
    5-5 138: Va’s Oday Aboushi LT
    5-25 158: Samford’s Nick Williams DT
    6-26 194: MiSU’s Johnny Adams CB
    7-14 214: WSU’s Marquess Wilson WR
    7-25 220: FSU’s Dustin Hopkins K
    7-35 241: WSU’s Jeff Tuel QB
    7-36 242: FSU’s Rodney Smith WR

  51. Well, crap. I didnt make the cutoff.

    My picks anyway:

    2) Jason Williams DT
    3) Sio Moore LB
    4) Brennan Williams OL
    5) Nick Kasa TE
    5) Zack Dysert QB
    6) Stephan Charles DT
    7) Brice Butler WR
    7) Jeremy Harris CB
    7) Rufus Johnson DE

  52. 2) OLB Khaseem Greene
    3) CB Tyrann Mathieu
    4) QB Matt Scott
    5) WR/? Denard Robinson
    5) FB Kyle Juszczyk
    6) TE Ben Cotton
    7) DT T.J. Barnes
    7) OT Manase Foketi
    7) K Caleb Sturgis
    7) OT Rogers Gaines

  53. Palerydr says:

    So I’m guessing Dukeshire you emailed your mock directly to Eric?

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