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PostSubject: 2009 Gator Roundup GM draft   2/2/2009, 11:59 pm

All i want in this are your picks and a reason why you picked him, all other sidenotes will be moved to the "discussion thread".. they wont be deleted just moved.


1 Detroit Lions - Andre Smith (Alabama)
2 St. Louis Rams - Aaron Curry (Wake Forest)
3 Kansas City Chiefs - Eugene Monroe (Virginia)
4 Seattle Seahawks - Michael Crabtree (Texas Tech)
5 Cleveland Browns - Everette Brown (Florida State)
6 Cincinnati Bengals - Rey Maualuga (Southern California)
7 Oakland Raiders - Jeremy Maclin (Missouri)
8 Jacksonville Jaguars - Percy Harvin (Florida)
9 Green Bay Packers - Brian Orakpo (Texas)
10 San Francisco 49ers - B.J. Raji (Boston College)
11 Buffalo Bills - Jason Smith (Baylor)
12 Denver Broncos - Brian Cushing (Southern California)
13 Washington Redskins - Michael Oher (Mississippi)
14 New Orleans Saints - Malcolm Jenkins (Ohio State)
15 Houston Texans - Aaron Maybin (Penn State)
16 San Diego Chargers - Tyson Jackson (Louisiana State)
17 New York Jets - Matthew Stafford (Georgia)
18 Chicago Bears - Vontae Davis (Illinois)
19 Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Mark Sanchez (Southern California)
20 Detroit Lions (from Dallas) - James Laurinaitis (Ohio State)
21 Philadelphia Eagles - Knowshon Moreno (Georgia)
22 Minnesota Vikings - D.J. Moore (Vanderbilt)
23 New England Patriots - Alphonso Smith (Wake Forest)
24 Atlanta Falcons - Peria Jerry (Mississippi)
25 Miami Dolphins - Alex Mack (California)
26 Baltimore Ravens - Hakeem Nicks (North Carolina)
27 Indianapolis Colts -Herman Johnson (Louisiana State)
28 Philadelphia Eagles (from Carolina) - Brandon Pettigrew (Oklahoma State)
29 New York Giants - Larry English (Northern Illinois)
30 Tennessee Titans - Darrius Heyward-Bay (Maryland)
31 Arizona Cardinals - Chris Wells (Ohio State)
32 Pittsburgh Steelers - Duke Robinson (Oklahoma)
33 Detroit Lions - Sen'Derrick Marks (Auburn)
34 Kansas City Chiefs - Michael Johnson (Georgia Tech)
35 St. Louis Rams - Paul Kruger (Utah)
36 Cleveland Browns - Donald Brown - (Connecticut)
37 Seattle Seahawks - ?
38 Cincinnati Bengals - Max Unger (Oregon)
39 Jacksonville Jaguars - Cornelius Ingram (Florida)
40 Oakland Raiders - Jamon Meredith (South Carolina)
41 Green Bay Packers - LeSean McCoy - (Pittsburgh)
42 Buffalo Bills - Allen Bailey (Miami)
43 San Francisco 49ers - Sean Smith (Utah)
44 Miami (from Washington) - Clint Sintim (Virginia)
45 New York Giants (from New Orleans) - Eben Britton (Arizona)
46 Houston Texans - Louis Delmas (Western Michigan)
47 New England (from San Diego) - Clay Matthews (Southern California)
48 Denver Broncos - Marcus Freeman (Ohio State)
49 Chicago Bears - Derrick Williams (Penn State)
50 Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Shonn Greene (Iowa)

51 Dallas Cowboys - Phil Loadholt (Oklahoma)
52 New York Jets - Patrick Chung (Oregon)
53 Philadelphia Eagles - Robert Ayers (Tennessee)
54 Minnesota Vikings - William Beaty (Connecticut)
55 Atlanta Falcons - William Moore (Missouri)
56 Miami Dolphins - Ron Brace (Boston College)
57 Baltimore Ravens - Victor Harris (Virginia Tech)
58 New England Patriots - Jairus Byrd (Oregon)
59 Carolina Panthers - Connor Barwin (Cincinnati)
60 New York Giants - Evander Hood (Missouri)
61 Indianapolis Colts - Ricky Jean-Francois (Louisiana State)

62 Tennessee Titans - ?
63 Arizona Cardinals - Chase Coffman (Missouri)

64 Pittsburgh Steelers - Andy Levitre (Oregon State)
65 Detroit - Emanuel Cook (South Carolina)
66 St Louis Rams ?
67 Kansas City Chiefs - Javon Ringer (Michigan State)
68 Seattle Seahawks ?

69 Dallas Cowboys (From Cleveland) - Kenny Britt (Rutgers)
70 Cincinnati Bengals - Josh Freeman (Kansas State)
71 Oakland Raiders - Rashad Johnson (Alabama)
72 Jacksonville Jaguars - P.J. Hill (Wisconsin)
73 Green Bay Packers - Dorell Scott (Clemson)
74 San Francisco 49ers - Troy Kropog (Tulane)
75 Buffalo Bills - make a real pick..
76 NY Jets - Scott McKillop (Pittsburgh)
77 Houston Texans - Tony Fiammetta (Syracuse)
78 San Diego Chargers - Fili Moala (Southern California)
79 Denver Broncos - Jarron Gilbert (San Jose State)
80 Washington Redskins - Jasper Brinkley (South Carolina)
81 Tampa Bay Bucs - Juaquin Iglesias (Oklahoma)
82 Detroit Lions (From Dallas) - Aaron Kelly (Clemson)
83 Green Bay Packers (From New York) - Zach Follett (California)
84 Chicago Bears - Eric Wood (Louisville)
85 Philadelphia Eagles - Kevin Ellison (Southern California
86 Minnesota Vikings - Johnathan Luigs (Arkansas)
87 Miami Dolphins - Brian Robiskie (Oho State)
88 Baltimore Ravens
89 New England Patriots
90 Atlanta Falcons
91 NY Giants
92 Indianapolis Colts
93 Carolina Panthers
94 Tennessee Titans
95 Arizona Cardinals
96 Pittsburgh Steelers

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PostSubject: Re: 2009 Gator Roundup GM draft   2/3/2009, 12:04 am

With the #1 overall pick the Detroit Lions select Alabama Offensive Linemen Andre Smith

Detroit needs a strong inside OL that can stand his own and can dominate his assignments. at 6'4 330 pounds Detroit gets the best available OL. Teams are built from the inside, out. This is for sure the Lions best choice.

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PostSubject: Re: 2009 Gator Roundup GM draft   2/3/2009, 8:16 pm

I'll take Aaron Curry (Wake Forest)
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PostSubject: Re: 2009 Gator Roundup GM draft   2/3/2009, 9:34 pm

just fyi for everyone else thats OLB Aaron Curry from Wake Forest. Butkus Award winner, plays at 6'2", 247lbs. thats who the rams took
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PostSubject: Re: 2009 Gator Roundup GM draft   2/4/2009, 1:36 am

For the #3 pick overall, the Kansas City Chiefs choose Eugene Monroe, OT, Virginia

It was a tough choice to pass on a QB, but its not a very good QB draft and if Kansas City can get a no-miss offensive lineman, they gotta take it. Monroe shows huge potential to grow into a dominant NFL force, and the chiefs are gonna need him to step up as a key starter this coming season.
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PostSubject: Re: 2009 Gator Roundup GM draft   2/4/2009, 2:34 am

With the 4th pick in the 2009 NFL Draft, the Seattle Seahawks select..... Michael Crabtree, Wide Receiver from Texas Tech University.

The Seahawks have a HUGE need for a big time playmaker at Receiver. They have the running game and a pretty good QB in Hasselbeck, but he has nobody to throw too. He will help immensely in his rookie season and make a huge case for Offensive Rookie of the Year.
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PostSubject: Re: 2009 Gator Roundup GM draft   2/4/2009, 8:12 am

With the 5th pick in the 2009 NFL Draft, the Cleveland Browns select Everette Brown, DE/OLB, Florida State

Browns need help at LB, badly.
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PostSubject: Re: 2009 Gator Roundup GM draft   2/4/2009, 9:17 am

With the 6th pick, the Cincinnati Bengals will select Rey Maualuga, MLB, Southern Cal.

It is a reach at 6 to take Maualuga but the Bengals need to get much tougher and more physical on offense and defense. Just about every position is a position of need, and unless Levi Jones(LT) gets cut Jason Smith is not much of an option because neither have the size required to move to RT. A pass rusher is a need but it would also be a reach for Aaron Maybin. B.J. Raji could be an option. Rey plays very similar to how Ray Lewis does and Marvin Lewis was Ray's DC in Baltimore. Rey will replace Dhani Jones; who once upon a time was arrested for excessive dancing.

Also with $30m+ in cap room I would expect the Bengals to make a play for Haynesworth/Suggs/Peppers to help on the DL and maybe Jahiri Evans/Jordon Gross/Mike Goff/Max Starks to help on the OL.
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PostSubject: Re: 2009 Gator Roundup GM draft   2/4/2009, 8:30 pm

With the 7th pick the Oakland Raiders select..Jeremy Maclin ,WR Missiour


We need WR's...some with big play ability...and not just at the WR position,Higgins is a Good return man but not much of a WR..But Maclin can help the situation either way by pushing Higgins and making him a true return man, Mac gets on the field as the 3rd WR matched up Vs a Safety and i think we can win a couple of those match ups...and if he dose then we are for sure going to let him handle kickoffs with Higgins
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PostSubject: Re: 2009 Gator Roundup GM draft   2/4/2009, 11:10 pm

With the 8th pick in the 2009 NFL draft The Jacksonville Jaguars take WR/RB Percy Harvin (University of Florida)

I know this was a big reach at number 8 but The reason for taking this guy is simple it’s been ages since Jacksonville had a big time play maker at the WR spot. Percy can take it the 100 yards every time he touches the ball.
He draws double and sometimes triple coverage. He will help the other WR by just being on the field, he can also go into the back field and take the ball as a RB and go the distance that way. He is like getting a WR and RB in one.
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PostSubject: Re: 2009 Gator Roundup GM draft   2/5/2009, 1:14 am

With the 9th pick in the 2009 NFL draft The Green Bay Packers take Brian Orakpo DE 6'3" 255 from TEXAS

The guy is a monster in the weight room and has both speed and strength and can play as a DE, DT or an OLB. The Packers had a real problem at the defensive line this year and he should be a great addition.
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PostSubject: Re: 2009 Gator Roundup GM draft   2/5/2009, 5:19 am

With the 10th pick in the 2009 NFL Draft the San Francisco 49ers select NT B.J. Raji, Boston College.
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PostSubject: Re: 2009 Gator Roundup GM draft   2/5/2009, 6:43 am

With the 11th pick in the 2009 NFL Draft the Buffalo Bills select Jason "how the phuck is he still available" Smith OT - Baylor
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PostSubject: Re: 2009 Gator Roundup GM draft   2/5/2009, 7:20 am

with the 12 pick the Broncos pick Brian Cushing LB from sc. Need to upgrade the D best LB still on the board.
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PostSubject: Re: 2009 Gator Roundup GM draft   2/5/2009, 9:28 pm

With the 13th pick in the 2009 Draft The Washington Redskins select Michael Oher OT from Ole Miss.

Hard to pass up Stafford and Wells but the Skins are deep at RB (Portis & Betts) and Campbell looks like he might be a pretty good QB. Oher was my favortie tackle in this years class. He should be able to come in and start from day one at RT replacing Jon Jansen and can eventually move over to LT when Chris Samuels retires.
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PostSubject: Re: 2009 Gator Roundup GM draft   2/6/2009, 12:29 am

With the 14th Overall Pick in the 2009 Draft, the New Orleans Saints select CB Malcolm Jenkins from the Ohio State University.

We all know that the men of the fleur de lis are solid on the offensive side of the ball with Reggie Bush at RB and the second best passing attack in the history of the NFL with 5,000 yard passer Drew Brees and up and coming WR Devery Henderson, Marques Colston, Lance Moore, and Robert Meachem. Although there are a few small holes in the OL, it is more important to fix the porous secondary that gave up 40+ plays of 20 or more yards. With that in mind, Malcolm Jenkins is a big, physical corner who also has some potential to fill the holes at safety if Mike McKenzie returns healthy. He could also play the all-important NB in the new defensive scheme in NO.
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PostSubject: Re: 2009 Gator Roundup GM draft   2/6/2009, 2:17 am

15th Pick The TEXANS WILL TAKE Aaron Maybin, DE/OLB, Penn State

THEY NEED AN END TO GO OPPOSITE MARIO WILLIAMS AND IT WAS TO HIGH TO TAKE A SAFETY, GUARD, AND TACKLE.
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PostSubject: Re: 2009 Gator Roundup GM draft   2/6/2009, 6:44 am

With the 16th pick the San Diego Chargers select Tyson Jackson, DE, LSU

The Chargers would of taken Rey Maualuga if he would of been available. With him off the board, and with the possible departure of Igor Olshansky to free agency, it would only make sense for them to go after Tyson, who many feel is the best 3-4 defensive end in the draft. The Chargers will be able to address SS, MLB, and OG in the later rounds.
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PostSubject: Re: 2009 Gator Roundup GM draft   2/6/2009, 7:04 am

With the 17th pick, the New York Jets select, Matthew Stafford, QB, Georgia.

Kinda of an obvious pick and hopefully we are actually this fortunate. Brett Favre may be gone, Kellen Clemens is not the answer IMO. Tough to pick between Stafford and Sanchez, but Stafford has the better arm, size and I feel will have a Matt Ryan type impact if he comes to New York.
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PostSubject: Re: 2009 Gator Roundup GM draft   2/6/2009, 8:48 pm

the bears select Vontae Davis CB Illinois. I wasn't thrilled with anybody at this position so I will take the best available talent. I was hoping for a play maker here but didn't want to reach.
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PostSubject: Re: 2009 Gator Roundup GM draft   2/6/2009, 11:49 pm

I got an email from the Tampa Bay GM with his #19 pick and he choose

"I’m ready and if Dirty Sanchez from USC falls to the bucs at this point that is a steal-IMO. We need a QB! IF I don’t get to pick today I will probably miss it over the weekend so feel free to pick for me if that happens."

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PostSubject: Re: 2009 Gator Roundup GM draft   2/7/2009, 12:02 am

With the #20 pick the Detroit Lions select Ohio State MLB James Laurinaitis


tough choice between him and a CB or DT. But James Laurinaitis will be a monster in the NFL and compete right away and become one of the more dominant MLB in the NFL... Detroits need for someone who can dominate and control his position is obvious. James Laurinaitis was by far the most needed position player on this team.

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PostSubject: Re: 2009 Gator Roundup GM draft   2/7/2009, 1:10 am

With the 21st Pick of the 2009 draft, the Philadelphia Eagles select, Knowshon Moreno, RB, Georgia.

Eagles definitely need someone to take pressure off Westbrook and fill in for him in case of injury. At this point in the draft, Moreno should fill that role quite nicely.
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PostSubject: Re: 2009 Gator Roundup GM draft   2/8/2009, 3:09 am

With the 22nd pick in the 2009 NFL draft, the Minnesota Vikings select:

D.J. Moore, CB (Vanderbilt)

All around play maker. Will contribute early as the nickle back and could push Cedric Griffin for his starting spot. Could potentiality help in the return game as well.
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PostSubject: Re: 2009 Gator Roundup GM draft   2/8/2009, 3:40 am

With the 23rd pick in the 2009 NFL Draft, the New England Patriots select:


Alphonso Smith, Cornerback, Wake Forest.


Sean Smith, Larry English, Robert Ayers and even Beanie Wells were possibilities here but the need for a cornerback was way too much of a glaring need. Alphonso fits the Patriots mold in a corner more than Sean Smith does. Although Sean's versatility will probably intrigue them.
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