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  1. C12schleyer's 7 Round Mock

    and if you dont let him have a drunken "me and the chicks skateboard down your roof into a inflateable baby pool filled with GEORGIA peach schnapps" party at your house, he (and his life coach Odell) will egg you again been there, done that The more I think about it, the more you make me realize ogletree is a bad idea. Go with brown instead or wait until mid-late second and take Collins
  2. C12schleyer's 7 Round Mock

    He is a waste of money and a roster spot...
  3. C12schleyer's 7 Round Mock

    By interchangeable I meant depending on availability. One will be available. I personally like brown more Cyprien has plenty of speed to cover tight ends and takes good angles in the open field Lattimore may not do anything this year, but is ahead of schedule in recovery and is a beast on the field If jones isn't there I take schwenke. Not versatile but a smart, fast center And the reason I waited to take another rb was because I am thinking cincy signs Felix jones
  4. C12schleyer's 7 Round Mock

    Thanks for the welcome. I think that each of the players I listed fall. Cyprien falls due to teams needing qbs and the new CBA rules. Either ogletree or Arthur brown will fall, either one is interchangable. And I think Greene falls because teams are salivating over Jamie Collins athleticism.
  5. C12schleyer's 7 Round Mock

    Trade down with Denver (28) and receive their 2013 3rd round pick (90). I believe they select Trufant or Rhodes, whichever of the two is still available. The other possibility for Denver is Damontre Moore. Another trade! Cincy trades away Denver’s #28 pick to Buffalo for their 2nd (41), 3rd (71) and 6th (177). Despite picking up Kevin Kolb, Buffalo makes a splash and jumps back into the first round to select Ryan Nassib. In this scenario the Bengals would pick as follows: Round 2: 37, 41, 53 Round 3: 71, 86, 90 Round 4: 111 Round 5: 151 Round 6: 177, 197, 204 Round 7: 240, 251 With the 37th pick in the 2013 NFL Draft, the Cincinnati Bengals select…. 2(a)- Jonathan Cyprien - SS - Florida International I believe that with the rush on QB’s late in the first round due to the new CBA (fifth round rookie contract option) will leave this safety prospect on the board. Small school prospect with prototypical size (6’10” 207lbs) with the ability to cover and play strong run support. 2(B)/>- Alec Ogletree - LB – Georgia Ogletree has all the talent in the world to contribute right away to an already strong defense. The only reason he is still available at this point is because of the three arrests over the last three years. Marvin and Zimmer have a knack for correcting “behavioral issues”. Look for Ogletree to start at WILL, with Burfict being moved over to MIKE. 2©- Kyle Long - T – Oregon With the ongoing negotiations with Andre Smith, it would be smart for the Bengals to look for a plan B in the draft. Long comes from a very strong football pedigree, and has the ability to play a strong right tackle, and would be the perfect player to groom as Whit’s replacement when he decides to call it quits. 3(a)- Khaseem Greene - LB – Rutgers I believe the FO will double up on the LB position early in this draft if either Jamie Collins or Greene is available here. With Collins coming off the board, likely in the late 2nd, Greene is the pick. Adding Greene to a LB core with Burfict and Ogletree would give the Bengals one of the best young groups in the league… if not the best. 3(B)/>- Barrett Jones – G/C/T – Alabama All purpose O-Lineman that has seen his draft stock drop from late first round/early second to the 3-4th round range. Can play any position on the line and is probably the smartest lineman in the draft. Definitely an upgrade over Boling and/or Cook. 3©- Marcus Lattimore – RB- South Carolina Now I know everyone probably thinks I am crazy, projecting the Bengals to wait this long on a RB… however, I believe that there is a good chance Felix Jones lands here in Cincy and will provide a stop gap at RB until Lattimore is 100%. Most people feel we should draft a COP back early in the draft. I think that it is smarter in the long term to grab a work horse that can do it all. And in the third round, we get arguably the most gifted back in the draft as a steal. 4- Larry Warford – G – Kentucky The interior of the offensive line was suspect to say the least. Most of the QB pressures late in the season came right up the middle or over left guard. I think part of this was due to lack of cohesion on the line when Cook came back, but I also think that it had more to do with the fact that we are starting back-up caliber players at LG and C. After the Senior Bowl, Warford was projected in the second round, but after a shaky combine his stock has dropped. This is a steal. Plain and simple. Warford handled Floyd, Richardson and Jenkins (all first round talents) during his time at UK. Imagine this… LT- Whit LG- Warford C- Jones RG- Zeitler RT- Smith/Long 5- Josh Boyce – WR – TCU Prototypical #2 receiver… and to add to it, he has history with Dalton. At 6’0” 203lbs he reminds me of a more athletic Brandon Lloyd (not to mention younger). I waited until the 5th for a WR because I am a firm believer that Mo Sanu is the answer at #2, and I think the coaches feel the same way. This pick adds depth and familiarity to the WR corps for Dalton. 6(a)- Kerwynn Williams - RB/KR - Utah State Goodbye Brandon Tate… 6(B)/>- Reid Fragel – OT - Ohio State Much needed depth on the O-line… we can get rid of Roland. Fragel played some TE in college, so is very athletic. 6©- Quanterus Smith – DE – Western Kentucky Just watch the WKU-Alabama game and you will understand why this kid would be a steal. 7(a)- Sanders Commings – DB – Georgia 7(B)/>- Dustin Hopkins – K – Florida State
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