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    The Official Marrdro's 7 Round Mock Draft for 2011

    OK, I finally took some time and got this done, even though I'm still waiting on my "Ourlads" scouting report.

    For those of you who haven't seen one of my mocks, the following is provided to help understand the process I use:
    a. I pick one site for player projections. This year I used the Drafteck this year, mostly because it gives pretty good player breakdowns. Instead of your usual DE, DT, OLB drivel, it actually gives you if they are a "Will, Sam or Mike" backer in a 4-3 scheme or a WILB, SILB, in a 3-4 scheme. In short, if you don't like were a player is ranked/projected, don't try to argue it with me. Take it up with Draftek.
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    b. Just like the "Big Board", I like to pick one site and use them as my "Scouts". This year I picked CDS. Not only do they give good player breakdowns that ring true with alot of the stuff they are saying on NFLN, but they also give you were they believe the kid should be drafted. Helps me balance out the "Big Board" a bit and keeps me from picking players that "I" like.

    On a side note, if I can't find a player on CDS, I used FFtoolbox as a backup "Scout". Could have used others, but I actually will post this whole mock on that site (with a few changes) once I get my "Ourlads".

    CDS Draft
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    c. Last, but not the least, I like to take the BPA approach, based on "Teams Needs" when I draft. Again, helps me from skewing the draft one way or another. For that, I used my "Team needs" thread as a guide for who/what each team drafts. That is made up of alot of time spent coming the wires looking for who teams bring in, what teams might loose in FA (if we ever have one) etc etc etc.

    Team Needs, Pre-draft

    Having said all of that, here we go. Comments are welcome and encouraged.

    Vikings Picks - 9 (None in the 3rd)
    1st round, 12th pick (#12 overall)
    2nd round, 11th pick (#43 overall)
    4th round, 9th pick
    5th round, 8th pick
    5th round, 19th pick (from NY Giants)
    6th round, 7th pick
    6th round, 35th pick
    7th round, 13th pick
    7th round, 35th pick


    Players selected with rationale/scouting report/projection. Again, all scouting reports are from the links mentioned above.

    1rst Jake Locker, QB (Ranked 32nd - Reach)
    CDS Projects as a 1rst round pick and Has him ranked as 4th best QB behind Gabber, Newton and Mallet. Based on visits, it appears to me that Miami and Seattle will take Locker with their first round picks.

    Strengths
    Jake Locker came back for a fifth season in 2010 after possibly being the number one overall selection in the 2010 NFL Draft had he declared. One of the top athletes at the quarterback position. Great speed, acceleration, and toughness for a quarterback. A difficult runner to bring down, as he's a physical runner but has the speed to turn the corner and outrace defenders down the field. A very effective dual-threat quarterback who puts pressure on a defense with his athleticism. Throws with good accuracy on the move. A former high school baseball player who was drafted twice in the MLB Draft, including by the Angels in the 10th Round of the 2009 MLB Draft. Threw a 90+ mph fastball as a high school pitcher. This is evident as a passer, as he has the arm strength and velocity to make any throw on the football field. Throws with great zip. Quick release. Has improved his accuracy each year, although the numbers don't say so (his receivers had numerous drops in 2010). His decision making has also improved, as his interception totals have gone down each season. Has a good feel in the pocket, as he has the feet to escape pressure and has the athleticism to make plays out of the pocket and as a scrambler. Lead several late game drives for victories. Showed that he can make plays on key downs and in key situations. Locker has responded well after poor performances, showing great resiliency. Played with sub-par talent and the Huskies were almost always had less talent than the opposition, yet Locker was able to get 12 victories in his final two season (including going 9-5 over his last 14 starts of his career). A very tough player who played with pain for most of his career. A great leader who also has great character, Locker will be very well received by the team who selects him.
    Weaknesses
    A raw passer who is more of an athlete than a quarterback at this time. Locker played in a Wing T offense in high school and a Spread offense his first three seasons at UW. His production never matched his talent. Needs to set his feet as a passer more consistently. Inconsistent with his accuracy because of this. Still working on becoming quicker with reading defenses. Needs to be a quicker decision maker as a passer. Stares down his receivers at times. Has struggled against better competition. Locker has had multiple injuries, forcing him to miss parts of every season but 2009. Missed part of 2007 with a concusion. Missed most of 2008 with a broken finger. Played most of 2010 with a broken rib, including missing one game.
    Projection
    First Round. Because of his physical skills, leadership, and high character, Locker will be selected in the first half of the First Round, possibly in the Top 10.
    2nd Marvin Austin, DT (Ranked 68th)
    CDS Projects as a 1rst round pick and has him ranked 3rd behind Dareus and Fairley. Would rather have taken Paea Liguit or Taylor but they are all gone.

    Strengths
    Very athletic for his size. Extremely versatile. Can play all DL positions except 3-4 NT. Big play specialist. Explosive get off for his body type. Strong hands. Gets solid pressure as a pass rusher from the DT slot, and holds his own as a run stuffer at DE. Can be considered a coveted 3-4, 5-tech candidate. Very good COD and lateral agility for a 300+ pounder. Might even be employed at OLB in some schemes or specialty situational alignments. Can be moved all over the field.
    Weaknesses
    Not a true brawler, and does not seem to relish the trenches. Will definitely need to be fully evaluated from a psychological/maturity standpoint. Indifferent worker who may need to be constantly monitored and motivated. May be a press-clipping guy. Has not played competitively for a long time.
    Projection
    1st round based on strong performance at Shrine Bowl

    4th Terrence Toliver, WR (Ranked 127th)
    CDS has him rated with 2nd round talent, but projects him as a late 3rd early 4th because of attitude issues.

    Strengths
    Toliver is mature and polished, with great size, solid speed, good bulk, and extremely long arms and despite length he has the quickness to play outside in the NFL. Toliver will make the tough catches. Perfect skill set to be a red-zone threat because of his size and jumping ability. He has developed into an effective stalk and down-field blocker.
    Weaknesses
    A character ding when he was arrested for disturbing the peace and public intoxication in Spring 2010. Somehow he has not always shown up even when facing somewhat inferior competition. Not as explosive coming out of his beaks as you'd prefer. Despite all has talent he has only taken over a handful of games.
    Projection
    Toliver has early 2nd round talent but 6th round production and must answer to an off-the-field question, he will likely fall to the late third or early-mid 4th round.
    5th Nate Irving, OLB (Ranked 117th)
    CDS has him as the 10th best OLB and projects him as a 3rd round pick. Injury issues remaining from a car accident limited his play which causes him to slide a bit in the draft.

    Strengths
    Dynamic, instinctual, physical, fast and tough. Has some big play ability. Very intense and driven. Will run and chase down backs and receivers. Worker to whom the game is important. Fights through trash effectively. Solid leader. Good blitzer. Will stay with receivers in the flat and on crossing patterns and is aware in coverage. Will pick off a lot of passes and change games. Can make a living in the opponent's backfield, if you like, and is an ideal rush OLB candidate. Has some versatility. A true football player.
    Weaknesses
    Took awhile to come all the way back from the car accident, was obviously not himself early during the 2010 season, and will need to be fully checked out physically. Not the biggest guy around. Emotions can sometimes get the best of him. Best when not too encumbered with responsibilities.
    Projection
    3-4th rounder.
    5th Jalil Brown, FS/CB (Ranked 138th)
    CDS has him as the 14th best CB and projects him as 4th talent. Other boards project him as a FS. He slips cause he is a tweener. I picked him because he can play both and depending on what they do with Hussain, and injury issues at CB, I thought he was a good value pick.

    Strengths
    Good size and speed, and tremendous strength for a DB. Decent athlete with the necessary agility for the position at the next level. Played on the "hot corner" opposite Jimmy Smith (who was rarely tested) so many passes came his way, and he held up well. Prefers press coverage, where he gets a nice jam at the line, and can stay with his man in bump- and-run. Will give up some completions, but has a short memory and comes back to battle on the next play.
    Weaknesses
    Not an elite athlete like Smith. Not a physical tackler despite his tremendous weightroom strength. Doesn't break down well, catches ballcarriers rather than attacking them, and at times seems to shy away from contact.
    Projection
    Mid to late-round pick who should stick on a roster because NFL teams can never get enough cover guys. If he played the run as well as he plays the pass, could be a second-round pick.
    ****Played very well at the Bowl and had a nice combine/pro day. Stock is rising.
    6th Virgil Green, TE (Ranked 82nd - Good Value)
    Value pick here as I don't think TE is a real issue this year. Just wasn't anything of value at this pick that I would consider taking. In short, this should be considered the BPA. CDS has him as the 4th best TE and projects him to go in the 5th round but could go as early as the 4th if teams think he can add the bulk to become an effective blocker as well as a reciever.

    Strengths
    Excellent strength and conditioning - played in 49 games in his college career. Great speed and target as receiver - will win most LB match-ups. Runs well after the catch with good balance. Very good hands with ability to make tough catches. Agile and mobile - able to get quickly to second level and get the block. Experienced special teams player.
    Weaknesses
    Size may be an issue for a run-oriented attack, however, he has the frame to add mass. Blocks straight-ahead adequately, but needs to demonstrate ability against elite ends to move-up in the draft.
    Projection
    5th round. Third fastest TE 40 at Combine; best VJ at 42.5" and great BJ at 10'10" - could be mid 4th round at best.
    6th Owen Marecic, FB (Ranked 95th - Another Value pick)
    CDS has him as the 3rd best FB on the board. Again, as with TE, I don't see this as a big need this year but this guy is exactly what the team needs when it comes to the FB position. Old School, no neck, knee bender who will work his ass off in the blocking game but won't be, much to most on here's chagrin, considered a offensive threat. For me, I still don't think the Vikes us the FB in that mode anyways.

    Strengths
    Marecic is an old school football player with great toughness, physicalness, and competitiveness. Takes great angles to make his blocks. Not afraid of contact and is aggressive in dishing out blocks. Delivers a nice pop on contact to shock the defender. Tries to block multiple defenders on the same play. Clears lanes for ball carriers and can make blocks inside as well as out in space and on the second level. Tough runner who'll find can sniff the first down marker or end zone well. Good hands as a receiver with enough fluidity in his routes to come up with the catch and turn upfield.
    Weaknesses
    Does not possess great athletic ability. Good but not great strength, Marecic will find it difficult to root out bigger linebacker at the next level. Not much of a threat as a runner. As a receiver, he will not be able to separate from linebackers in man coverage because of his limited athleticism.
    Projection
    Fourth rounder. Marecic's toughness, intelligence, and blocking ability will give him a chance to start from day one as a fullback.
    7th Tejay Johnson, FS (Ranked 224th)
    CDS didn't have this guy in their database so I went to fftoolbox (second url) for the scouting report. Again, another tweener that slips, not because of talent but because of numbers as a result of the team around him. I picked him because, like Brown, I thought he filled two roles and quite frankly, there wasn't much left to choose from on the big board other than a few Kickers. I almost plugged one in here by the way.

    For the last three years TCU has led the nation in total defense. For the last three years Tejay Johnson has been the leader of that defense. The 6-1, 212 pound safety was one of just four true freshman to see action in 2007. As a backup free safety, Johnson earned some valuable experience. The Horned Frogs needed Johnson to develop quickly and step into a starting role in 2008. After missing the season opener with an injury, Johnson was slotted into the starting lineup and immediately emerged as a leader on the field. During his sophomore season Johnson tallied 47 tackles and a team high ten pass breakups.
    Johnson took the next step in 2009 when he totaled 59 tackles, including an impressive 14 stops against BYU, and three interceptions. For his efforts Johnson was named to the All-Mountain West Conference Second-Team. Johnson continued to play very well during his senior season and had a career high 66 tackles. Johnson also picked off three passes and forced three fumbles.
    Johnson is not your typical safety. He is certainly a big hitter, but he did not rack up tackles like many safeties do in college. Part of that is because Johnson is a great coverage safety and part of it is because the TCU defense is too good to allow the opposition to get into the secondary before they get tackled. Johnson is a superb leader on the field and has great instincts, but he will need to have some good pre-draft workouts to move out of the sixth to seventh round range.
    7th Doug Hogue, OLB (Ranked 199th)
    CDS has him as the 15th best OLB and projects him as a 6th round pick. I picked him for two reasons, 1) we might need LB'rs if they can't resign Erin Henderson and 2) the kid has a lot of upside. Should provide instant help on ST's and could develop into a very good OLB in a couple of years.


    Strengths
    Just really coming into his own as a defender, and is young with plenty of upside. A real upfield penetrator who makes a lot of plays in the backfield. Instinctive and tough. Flows to where the action is, and is a solid tackler. Can play in reverse and shows above average pass defense capabilities. All around package for an NFL WILL.
    Weaknesses
    New to the position. A little bit tightly wound. May have a learning curve and may get deked a lot and find himself out of position a lot. One year wonder as a LB.
    Projection
    5-6th rounder. A real sleeper. Late chart climber
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    Re: The Official Marrdro's 7 Round Mock Draft for 2011

    EDIT: FIRST ROUND UPDATED AT 1445 AFTER REVIEWING ALL THE UPDATED RUMORS.

    Round 1
    Team Pick
    1 1. Carolina [strike]Baine Gabbert, QB[/strike] Cam Newton
    2 2. Denver [strike]Marcel Dareus, DT[/strike] Von Miller, QB
    3 3. Buffalo [strike]Cam Newton, QB[/strike] Marcel Dareus, DT
    4 4. Cincinnati A.J. Green, WR
    5 5. Arizona [strike]Von Miller, OLB/DE[/strike] Patrick Peterson, CB
    6 6. Cleveland [strike]DaQuan Bowers, DE[/strike] Julion Jones, WR
    7 7. San Francisco [strike]Patrick Peterson, CB[/strike] Cam Jordan, DE
    8 8. Tennessee [strike]Nick Fairley, DT[/strike] Blaine Gabbert, QB
    9 9. Dallas [strike]Prince Amukamara, CB[/strike] Tyron Smith, OT
    10 10. Washington [strike]Julio Jones, WR[/strike] Prince Amukamara, CB
    11 11. Houston Robert Quin, DE
    12 12. Minnesota [strike]Jake Locker, QB[/strike] Nick Fairley, DT
    13 13. Detroit [strike]Tyron Smith, OT[/strike] Anthony Castonzo, OT
    14 14. St. Louis Akeem Ayers, OLB
    15 15. Miami Andrew Dalton, QB
    16 16. Jacksonville Ryan Kerrigan, DE/OLB
    17 17. New England (from OAK) J.J. Watt, DE
    18 18. San Diego [strike]Cam Jordan, DE[/strike] Aldon Smith, DE
    19 19. New York Giants Gabe Carimi, OT
    20 20. Tampa Bay [strike]Aldon Smith, DE/OLB[/strike] Daquan Bowers, DE
    21 21. Kansas City Nate Solder, OT
    22 22. Indianapolis [strike]Anthony Castonzo, OT[/strike] Danny Watkins, OT
    23 23. Philadelphia Mike Pouncey, C/OG
    24 24. New Orleans Corey Liguit, DT
    25 25. Seattle [strike]Christian Ponder, QB[/strike] Jake Locker, QB
    26 26. Baltimore [strike]Brandon Harris, CB[/strike] Jimmy Smith, CB
    27 27. Atlanta Cameron Heyward, DE
    28 28. New England Derek Sherrod, OT
    29 29. Chicago Phil Taylor, DT
    30 30. New York Jets [strike]Justin Houston, OLB/DE[/strike] Aaron Wiliams, CB
    31 31. Pittsburgh Stefen Wisniewski, C/OG
    32 32. Green Bay Mark Ingram, RB
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    Re: The Official Marrdro's 7 Round Mock Draft for 2011

    Round 2
    33 1. New England (from CAR) Leonard Hankerson, WR
    34 2. Buffalo Muhammad Wilkerson, DT/DE
    35 3. Cincinnati Colin Kaepernick, QB
    36 4. Denver Adrian Clayborn, DE
    37 5. Cleveland Mason Foster, OLB
    38 6. Arizona DeAndre McDaniel, SS
    39 7. Tennessee Ricky Stanzi, QB
    40 8. Dallas Jason Pinkston, OG/OT
    41 9. Washington Ryan Mallet, QB
    42 10. Houston Stephen Paea, DT
    43 11. Minnesota Marvin Austin, DT
    44 12. Detroit Jimmy Smith, CB
    45 13. San Francisco Titus Young, WR
    46 14. Denver (from MIA) Marcus Gilbert, OG/OT
    47 15. St. Louis Jonathan Baldwin, WR
    48 16. Oakland Aaron Williams, CB
    49 17. Jacksonville Davon House, CB
    50 18. San Diego Quan Sturdivant, ILB
    51 19. Tampa Bay Rahim Moore, FS
    52 20. New York Giants Kelvin Sheppard, SILB
    53 21. Indianapolis Curtis Brown, CB
    54 22. Philadelphia Brandon Burton, CB
    55 23. Kansas City Jabaal Sheard, OLB
    56 24. New Orleans Mikel LeShoure, RB
    57 25. Seattle Christian Ballard, DE/OLB
    58 26. Baltimore Jarvis Jenkings, DT/DE
    59 27. Atlanta Kyle Rudolph, TE
    60 28. New England Ryan Williams, RB
    61 29. San Diego (from NYJ) Torrey Smith, WR
    62 30. Chicago Marcus Cannon, OG/OT
    63 31. Pittsburgh Ras-I Dowling, CB
    64 32. Green Bay Benjamin Ijalana, OT/OG
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    Re: The Official Marrdro's 7 Round Mock Draft for 2011

    Round 3
    65 1. Carolina Bruce Carter OLB
    66 2. Cincinnati Sam Acho, OLB
    67 3. Denver Orlando Franklin, OT
    68 4. Buffalo Austin Pettis, WR
    69 5. Arizona Demarco Murray, RB
    70 6. Cleveland Jurell Casey, DT
    71 7. Dallas Allen Bailey, DE
    72 8. New Orleans (from WAS) K.J. Wright SILB
    73 9. Houston Mark Herzlich, OLB
    74 10. New England (from MIN) Brooks Reed, OLB
    75 11. Detroit Chris Carter, OLB
    76 12. San Francisco Greg McElroy, QB
    77 13. Tennessee Brandon Fusco, C
    78 14. St. Louis Tyler Sash, SS/FS
    79 15. Miami Jordan Todman, RB
    80 16. Jacksonville Dontay Moch, WLB
    81 17. Oakland Jake Kirkpatrick, OC/OG
    82 18. San Diego Danny Watkins, RT/OG
    83 19. New York Giants Marcus Gilchrist, FS/CB
    84 20. Tampa Bay Lawrence Guy, DE/DT
    85 21. Philadelphia Lawrence Wilson, OLB
    86 22. Kansas City Jeremy Kerley, WR
    87 23. Indianapolis Drake Nevis, DT
    88 24. New Orleans James Carpenter, RT/LT
    89 25. San Diego (from SEA) Johnny Patrick, CB
    90 26. Baltimore Vincent Brown, WR
    91 27. Atlanta Chris Hairston, OT
    92 28. New England Shareece Wright, CB
    93 29. Chicago Kendall Hunter, RB
    94 30. New York Jets Casey Mathews, ILB
    95 31. Pittsburgh Ahmad Black, FS
    96 32. Green Bay Greg Romeus, OLB/DE
    97 33. Carolina (Compensatory) Rodney Hudson, OG
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    Re: The Official Marrdro's 7 Round Mock Draft for 2011

    Round 4
    98 1. Carolina D.J. Williams, TE
    99 2. Seattle (from NE via DEN) Deunta Williams, SS
    100 3. Buffalo Derrick Newton, RT/LT
    101 4. Cincinnati Cedrick Thornton, DE/DT
    102 5. Cleveland Tandon Doss, WR
    103 6. Arizona Pat Devlin, QB
    104 7. Philadelphia (from WAS) Dejon Gomes, SS
    105 8. Houston Jerrel Jernigan, WR
    106 9. Minnesota Terrence Toliver, WR
    107 10. Detroit Christopher O'Dowd, C
    108 11. San Francisco Kentrell Lockett, OLB
    109 12. Tennessee John Moffitt, C
    110 13. Dallas Jerrel Powe, DT
    111 14. Miami Luke Stocker, TE
    112 15. St. Louis Clint Boling, OG/RT
    113 16. Oakland DeMarcus Love, OG/RT
    114 17. Jacksonville Edmond Gates, WR
    115 18. San Francisco (from SD) James Brewer, RT/LT
    116 19. Tampa Bay Shareece Wright, CB
    117 20. New York Giants Daniel Thomas, RB
    118 21. Kansas City Tim Barnes, C
    119 22. Indianapolis Jeron Johnson, SS
    120 23. Philadelphia Pernell McPhee, DE
    121 24. Jacksonville (from NO) Derek Hall, OT
    122 25. Buffalo (from SEA) Lance Kendricks, TE
    123 26. Baltimore Morris, Darius, RG/ROT
    124 27. Atlanta Greg Little, WR
    125 28. New England Sione Fua, DT
    126 29. New York Jets Chimdi Chekwa, CB
    127 30. Chicago Tori Gurley, WR
    128 31. Pittsburgh Pierre Allen, DE
    129 32. Green Bay Demarcus Van Dyke, CB
    130 33. Tennessee (Compensatory) Rob Housler, TE
    131 34. Green Bay (Compensatory) Greg Salas, WR
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    Re: The Official Marrdro's 7 Round Mock Draft for 2011

    Round 5
    132 1. Carolina Dwayne Harris, WR
    133 2. Buffalo Greg Jones, ILB
    134 3. Cincinnati Justin Boren, OG
    135 4. Kansas City (from TB via DEN) Darren Evans, RB
    136 5. Arizona Joseph Barksdale, RT/LT
    137 6. Cleveland Richard Sherman, FS/CB
    138 7. Houston Chris Wite, SILB
    139 8. Minnesota Nate Irving, OLB
    140 9. Kansas City (from DET) Josh Bynes, MLB
    141 10. San Francisco Tom Keiser, OLB/DE
    142 11. Tennessee Quinton Carter, SS
    143 12. Dallas Jermale Hines, SS
    144 13. Washington Ian Williams, NT/DT
    145 14. St. Louis Julias Thomas, TE
    146 15. Miami Andrew Jackson, OG
    147 16. Jacksonville Jacquizz Rodgers, RB
    148 17. Oakland Jeremy Beal, OLB
    149 18. Philadelphia (from SD) Mario Fannin, RB
    150 19. Minnesota (from NYG) Jalil Brown, FS/CB
    151 20. Tampa Bay Curt Porter, RT/LT
    152 21. Indianapolis Shane Vereen, RB
    153 22. Philadelphia Tyrod Taylor, QB
    154 23. Detroit (from KC) Jerrard Terrant, SS
    155 24. Washington (from NO) Cliff Matthews, OLB/DE
    156 25. Seattle Ronald Johnson, WR
    157 26. Seattle (from BAL) Will Rackley, OG
    158 27. Atlanta Kendrick Ellis, DT
    159 28. New England Dom DeCicco, SS
    160 29. Chicago Ross Homan, OLB
    161 30. New York Jets Bilal Powell, RB
    162 31. Pittsburgh Lee Ziemba, LT/RT
    163 32. Green Bay Cedric Thornton, DE
    164 33. Baltimore (Compensatory) Greg Lloyd, SILB
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    Re: The Official Marrdro's 7 Round Mock Draft for 2011

    Round 6 165 1. Carolina Niles Paul, WR
    166 2. Cincinnati Johnny Brown, SS
    167 3. Cleveland (from DEN) Jah Reid, OT
    168 4. Buffalo Korey Lindsey, CB
    169 5. Cleveland Will Rackley, OG
    170 6. Arizona Chris Neild, DT
    171 7. Minnesota Virgil Green, TE
    172 8. Seattle (from DET) Curtis March, CB
    173 9. San Francisco Chris Culliver, FS
    174 10. Tennessee Cedric Thornton, DE
    175 11. Dallas Ronald Johnson, WR
    176 12. Washington Buster Skrine, CB
    177 13. Houston Mark Legree, FS
    178 14. Miami Dwayne Harris, WR
    179 15. St. Louis Bilal Powell, RB
    180 16. Oakland Mike McNeill, TE
    181 17. Jacksonville Rob McGill, LT/RT
    182 18. San Diego Shiloh Keo, FS/SS
    183 19. Detroit (from PHI via TB) Graig Cooper, RB
    184 20. New York Giants Ian Williams, DT
    185 21. Arizona (from PHI) Ugo Chinasa, OLB
    186 22. Tampa Bay (from KC) Stevan Ridley, RB
    187 23. Indianapolis Carl Johnson, RT/OG
    188 24. Denver (from NE via NO) Jammie Harper, RB
    189 25. San Francisco (from SEA) Delone Carter, RB
    190 26. Baltimore Rashad Carmichael, CB
    191 27. Atlanta Robert Sands, SS/FS
    192 28. New England Ricky Elmore, DE/OLB
    193 29. New York Jets Darvin Adams, WR
    194 30. Chicago Cortez Allen, CB
    195 31. Pittsburgh Stephen Burton, WR
    196 32. Green Bay Brandon Hogan, CB
    197 33. New York Giants (Compensatory) Kevin Kowalski, C
    198 34. Kansas City (Compensatory) Charlie Gantt, TE
    199 35. Minnesota (Compensatory) Owen Marecic, FB
    200 36. San Diego (Compensatory) Shane Vareen, RB
    201 37. New York Giants (Compensatory) Chykie Brown, CB
    202 38. Carolina (Compensatory) Martin Parker, DT
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    Re: The Official Marrdro's 7 Round Mock Draft for 2011

    Round 7
    203 1. Green Bay (from CAR) Anthony Gray, DT
    204 2. Denver Alex Wujciak, SILB
    205 3. Buffalo Robert Sands, FS
    206 4. Cincinnati Mike Mohamed, ILB
    207 5. New York Jets (from ARI) Lazarius Levingston, DE
    208 6. Seattle (from CLE) Noel Divine, RB
    209 7. San Francisco (from DET) Blane Summer, DT
    210 8. San Francisco Chris Rucker, CB
    211 9. Tennessee Nick Bellore, SILB
    212 10. Dallas Nate Williams, SS
    213 11. Washington Jamie Harper, RB
    214 12. Houston Terrell McClain, DT
    215 13. Minnesota Tejay Johnson, FS
    216 14. St. Louis Will Hill, CB
    217 15. Miami Brandon Bair, DE
    218 16. Miami (from JAX) Kendric Burney, CB
    219 17. Oakland D. Johnson-Koulianos, WR
    220 18. Dallas (from SD) Shane Draughn, RB
    221 19. New York Giants Carl Johnson, OG
    222 20. Tampa Bay Ryan Bartholomew, C
    223 21. Kansas City Shaun Chapas, FB
    224 22. Indianapolis Nathan Enderle, QB
    225 23. Baltimore (from PHI) D.J. Young, OT
    226 24. New Orleans Chris Conte, FS
    227 25. Seattle Lee Smith, TE
    228 26. Baltimore Jonathan Cornell, WILB
    229 27. Atlanta Zach Hurd, OG
    230 28. Atlanta (from NE) Justin Rogers, CB
    231 29. Chicago Armon Binns, WR
    232 30. Detroit (from NYJ) Adrian Moten, OLB
    233 31. Pittsburgh Ryan Winterswyk, DE/OLB
    234 32. Green Bay Da'Norris Searcy, SS
    235 33. San Diego (Compensatory) Jeremiha Hunter, OLB
    236 34. Miami (Compensatory) Mario Harvey, SILB
    237 35. Minnesota (Compensatory) Doug Hogue, OLB
    238 36. Philadelphia (Compensatory) Randall Cobb, WR
    239 37. Tampa Bay (Compensatory) Joe Lefeged, SS
    240 38. San Francisco (Compensatory) Aldrick Robinson, WR
    241 39. Philadelphia (Compensatory) Cameron Graham, TE
    242 40. Oakland (Compensatory) Karl, Klug, DE
    243 41. Seattle (Compensatory) Roy Helu, RB
    244 42. New Orleans (Compensatory) Charlie Bryant, DE
    245 43. Carolina (Compensatory) Schuylar Oordt, TE
    246 44. Buffalo (Compensatory) John Clay, RB
    247 45. Cincinnati (Compensatory) Josh Thomas, CB
    248 46. Denver (Compensatory) Zach Pianalto, OLB
    249 47. Cleveland (Compensatory) Damian Berry, RB
    250 48. Arizona (Compensatory) Andre Smith, TE
    251 49. San Francisco (Compensatory) Charles Clay, FB
    252 50. Tennessee (Compensatory) Dexter Larimore, DT
    253 51. Dallas (Compensatory) Orie Lemon, SILB
    254 52. Washington (Compensatory) David Sims, FS
    255 53. Houston (Compensatory) Anthony Gaitor, CB
    Many many thanks to my talented friend Jos for the new Sig.http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v343/josdin00/Vikings/Marrdro_sig.jpg

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    Re: The Official Marrdro's 7 Round Mock Draft for 2011

    Quote Originally Posted by "Marrdro" #1093075
    Round 2
    33 1. New England (from CAR) Leonard Hankerson, WR
    34 2. Buffalo Muhammad Wilkerson, DT/DE
    35 3. Cincinnati Colin Kaepernick, QB
    36 4. Denver Adrian Clayborn, DE
    37 5. Cleveland Mason Foster, OLB
    38 6. Arizona DeAndre McDaniel, SS
    39 7. Tennessee Ricky Stanzi, QB
    40 8. Dallas Jason Pinkston, OG/OT
    41 9. Washington Ryan Mallet, QB
    42 10. Houston Stephen Paea, DT
    43 11. Minnesota Marvin Austin, DT
    44 12. Detroit Jimmy Smith, CB
    45 13. San Francisco Titus Young, WR
    46 14. Denver (from MIA) Marcus Gilbert, OG/OT
    47 15. St. Louis Jonathan Baldwin, WR
    48 16. Oakland Aaron Williams, CB
    49 17. Jacksonville Davon House, CB
    50 18. San Diego Quan Sturdivant, ILB
    51 19. Tampa Bay Rahim Moore, FS
    52 20. New York Giants Kelvin Sheppard, SILB
    53 21. Indianapolis Curtis Brown, CB
    54 22. Philadelphia Brandon Burton, CB
    55 23. Kansas City Jabaal Sheard, OLB
    56 24. New Orleans Mikel LeShoure, RB
    57 25. Seattle Christian Ballard, DE/OLB
    58 26. Baltimore Jarvis Jenkings, DT/DE
    59 27. Atlanta Kyle Rudolph, TE
    60 28. New England Ryan Williams, RB
    61 29. San Diego (from NYJ) Torrey Smith, WR
    62 30. Chicago Marcus Cannon, OG/OT
    63 31. Pittsburgh Ras-I Dowling, CB
    64 32. Green Bay Benjamin Ijalana, OT/OG
    That would suck.

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    Re: The Official Marrdro's 7 Round Mock Draft for 2011

    Awesome, Marrdro! It's a little late so I only took a quick glance at it, but I'm looking forward to read it in the morning tomorrow.

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