Re: 2010 Mock Rounds 1-6
posted at 3/23/2010 9:27 AM EDT
Was looking at the following mock and a few others as well as listening Mayock talk about Thomas I agree teams will pull the trigger earlier in the 1st on this kid. http://www.nfl.com/draft/story?id=09000d5d81714d0c&template=with-video-with-comments&confirm=true
This is Pat Kirwan's mock, I can see it falling this way. Thomas has too much upside for teams not to fall in love with him, if the Raiders believe he ran a 4.35 as it was sent to all teams via tape then I can see the Raiders adding him but the Jags can surely use, IMO, the best WR in the draft. Why offense with 3 of the first 4 picks, Mr. Kraft said something that go me thinking they are ready to set TB for a long time.#22 Mike Iupati OG/T 6'5" 325
he's a guard who projects to be able to play RT, if there's a chance he's available at 22 he's the pick. We don't have the RT of the future on the team and with the Mankin's contract situation he's the security pick as Brace was last year for NT. If Mankins signs Iupati is the RT next year. 2011 LT Voll, LG Manking, C Connly, RG Bussey, RT Iupati sounds good to me.#44 Jahvid Best RB 5'10" 200
he can run between the tackles, take it outside, be a KR. He can do it all, will give the Pats a weapon in the running game and passing game. Will learn from Faulk and Taylor this year. #48 Tyson Alualu DE 6'3" 295
Experienced 34 DE at Cal, is solid in everything, I like his pass rushing skills. He will start at RS spot.#53 Andre Roberts WR 5'11"
need depth at WR, he will man the slot spot opposite Edelman and WW (once he's back) high character kid, military school. BB loves military school guys. Great route runner and speed to match. Too much upside and kid is getting attention, if the Pats like him they'll be looked at as reaching as they did last year with Voll, how did that work out?#120 A.J. Edds OLB 6'4" 250
Iowa kid who can do it all, he won't be a flashy guy or be great at one thing but will be very good at everything. Good in pass coverage, against the run and can rush the passer if he is asked to. Weakside LB written all over him.#193 Jameson Konz WR/FB/TE/HB 6'4" 234
After running a 4.43 and with all the different things he can do he might be more of a 5th rounder by draft day but this kidis too versatile to pass up. Has the speed to develop into a starting WR, can he replace moss? Big fast kid who is tough and blue collar guy.#205 (comp) Scott Sicko TE 6'4" 250
The Pats were the only ones there at his pro day but the secret is out, 4.53 50 22 reps at 225. he's not been scheduled for visits around the league. Hope he does fall into the Pats in the 6th, very nice option at TE. 2009, 57 catches 725 yards and 9 TDs#233 Dexter Davis OLB/ILB 6'2" 252
One of the most accomplished defensive players in Arizona State history. Can play inside or outside, adds depth at LB and a solid special team guy. #235 Kevin Basped OLB 6'4" 258
solid player from Nevada, has good size and speed off the edge. Conversion guy who will need to get experience at OLB. Is good pass rusher and holds his ground against the run.#247 (comp) Kelton Tindal WR/KR/PR 6'2" 195
ran 4.2s 40 at his pro day, extremaly raw receiver, he can contribute in the return game while developing as a WR although the Raiders might take him at #8 this year lol they need the fastest track team in the league.#248 (comp) Ben Burney CB/S 5'11" 202
was projected an UDFA but with a strong showing at his pro day he should be drafted. Ran a 4.38 and showed good ball skills on his drills and fluid transition. At worse you get a KR/PR#250 (comp) Keiland Williams RB 5'11" 230
Runs well for his size, low 4.5s. Will add a short yardage back. Will need to be coached up, never lived to his full potential. With the right coaching can be a steal.