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 Post subject: Re: 2017 SF Mock Draft PICKS ONLY - 7.243 HOU - FortyThree
PostPosted: Sun Mar 19, 2017 7:20 pm 
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The Houston Texans finish their draft by selecting Taquan "Smoke" Mizzell - RB - Virginia

Final draft

Round 1: Deshaun Watson - QB - Clemson
Round 2: Gerald Everett - TE - Southern Alabama
Round 3: Roderick Johnson - T - Florida State
Round 4: John Johnson - S/CB - Boston College
Round 5: Josh Reynolds - WR - Texas A&M
Round 6: Josh Carraway - EDGE - TCU
Round 7: Taquan "Smoke" Mizzell - RB - Virginia

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 Post subject: Re: 2017 SF Mock Draft PICKS ONLY - 7.245 KC - smithessmok
PostPosted: Sun Mar 19, 2017 7:28 pm 
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The Oakland Raiders take a chance on a very speedy 7th Round selection... beep beep:

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7.244 OAK - FromPittWL - Jalen Myrick, CB/PR, Minnesota

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 Post subject: Re: 2017 SF Mock Draft PICKS ONLY - 7.245 KC - smithessmok
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The Chiefs take with their last Joshua Dobbs, QB, Tennessee.

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 Post subject: Re: 2017 SF Mock Draft PICKS ONLY - 7.246 DAL - TB - OTC
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Dallas selects Stanley "Boom" Williams, Rb, UK


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 Post subject: Re: 2017 SF Mock Draft PICKS ONLY - 7.247 GB - Omegosh - O
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Green Bay selects Sean Harlow OL, Oregon State Beavers


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 Post subject: Re: 2017 SF Mock Draft PICKS ONLY - 7.247 GB - Omegosh - O
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With all of our major needs accounted for earlier in the draft, it was actually a pretty tough choice here for BPA. We strongly considered an FCS OL who has tackle size and length but who ran a sub 5.0 40 and has great feet... but suddenly we have a full stable of OL and great depth. Also considered a freak TE from the FCS-- but we earlier selected a very similar player and it looks like Ladarius Green may come back. Finally, we considered two small school NTs to push McCullers and a terrific power 5 safety who gets not nearly enough love... too many prospects, not enough picks.

Anyway... this player came out of nowhere in the draft process. He is a converted WR who switched to the defensive side 3 years ago, having never played defense-- even in high school. His college position coach and DC actually spent time with him after practices, teaching him how to tackle. Their investment paid off, because he became a two-year starter at CB. Because of his size/length (6027, 215lbs, 34" arms), and speed (4.48 combine 40 and timed as low as 4.38), he is a potential fit as a Richard Sherman type CB project or as a Safety. He's very good at click and close, coming up to make plays/hits on plays underneath him and he has great ball skills. His issues as an outside cover guy relate to transitioning to the deep routes and tracking the ball... something he certainly can get better at OR which can be mitigated by playing the slot or safety. Way too much skill to still be available at this spot-- probably goes end of round 4 a month from now.

With the 248th pick in the 2017 SteelerFury Mock Draft, the Pittsburgh Steelers select:

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Brian Allen, DB, Utah

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 Post subject: Re: 2017 SF Mock Draft PICKS ONLY - 7.249 ATL - ScottCaras
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The Atlanta Falcons brought in Andre Roberts to be the punt returner and a 5th WR, but this prospect provides the perfect kick returner and specialist player that the Falcons would be missing. He also can play WR and some speed RB at times and would give the Falcons another option on the team should Taylor Gabriel go down with an injury or leave after the 2017 season.

With the Falcons final pick in the Steeler's fury mock, Atlanta selects:

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WR/RS Isaiah McKenzie, Georgia

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 Post subject: Re: 2017 SF Mock Draft PICKS ONLY - 7.250 DET - Charles De
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 Post subject: Re: 2017 SF Mock Draft PICKS ONLY - 7.251 CIN - Steel Drama
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Tyler Eifert gets hurt a lot. I missed on a few TE prospects I liked earlier in the draft but feel the 7th round is worth a gamble on a 6'6 254, raw, athletic tight end that showed some explosiveness and blocking ability at the East-West Shrine Game.

With our final selection in the SteelerFury draft, the Cincinnati Bengals select, Antony Auclair, TE, Lovel Rouge, Canada

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Bengals Picks:
1.) Reuben Foster LB Alabama
2.) Gareon Conley CB Ohio St.
3.) Tarrell Basham DE Ohio
4.) Samaje Perine RB Oklahoma
4C) Eddie Vanderdoes DT UCLA
5.) Jordan Morgan OG Kutztown
5C) Krishawn Hogan WR Marian
6.) DJ Jones DT Ole Miss
6C) Garrett Sickels Edge Penn St.
7.) Jermaine Eluemunor OT Texas A&M
7C) Antony Auclair, TE, Laval Rouge, Canada


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 Post subject: Re: 2017 SF Mock Draft PICKS ONLY - 7.251 CIN - Steel Drama
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The Broncos finish this year's draft in record time-- here are the final two picks:

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304 Chase Roullier C 8 Wyoming rSr 6-4 312 7-FA

In a not so overcrowded center class, it still feels like the same two names are being said over and over again. Meanwhile, Chase Roullier was a key player in Wyoming's offensive resurgence this season. Roullier is undersized with short arms, which will worry a lot of teams, but he is a solid athlete and plays with great strength and attitude. I would expect him to get looks from zone oriented teams in the later rounds and he could end up being a solid starter down the road.

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252 Brandon BellInjured OLB 22 Penn State Sr 6-1 233 7


Brandon Bell turned some heads when he decided to don LaVar Arrington’s iconic No. 11, but he’s worn it well and forged his own legacy in helping to lead the Nittany Lions to Pasadena. He finished the season with a career-high 75 tackles and made his presence felt wherever the ball wound up. He’s instinctive, athletic, and possesses a freakish motor.

His season-defining play came in the Big Ten Championship against Wisconsin where his strip-sack of Badgers quarterback Bart Houston bared a striking resemblance to Arrington’s famous LaVar Leap. The play helped swing momentum in favor of the Nittany Lions, who stormed back from a two touchdown deficit to capture the Big Ten crown. Under normal circumstances, he’d be a lock to be drafted. The only factor playing against him is the wrist injury he suffered after intercepting Sam Darnold in the Rose Bowl. There’s been no news on the severity of the injury, meaning we’ll have to wait until at least his Pro Day to find out more.

Players like Alabama’s Tim Williams will come off the board first, while players like Tennessee’s Jalen Reeves-Maybin might find their homes on the draft’s second day. There are talented players in this pool of prospects, and Bell certainly deserves a spot on an NFL roster. The health of his wrist will likely be the deciding factor in his draft stock.

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