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Draftapolooza



Hopefully, I have a draft for everyone.  I have them listed by what position we take in the first round.  Which one do you like best, if any? By the way, I don’t know all our draft #s thus the empty (  ).

Center

1st (11)  – Center,  Alex Mack, Cal – Pro Bowl center by his second season…that is how good I think he is.  A hard worker that will bring the attitude our line needs.

2nd (42) –  DE, Tyson Jackson, LSU – Has great physical tools, but inconsistent motor and needs to add more moves than the bull rush.  Could be a boom or bust.

3rd (75) -   TE, Chase Coffman, Missouri – Good size and speed.  Soft hands and can run.  Might not last until round 3.  If not, Jared Cook should be.

4th (  ) -  DT, Terrance Taylor, Michigan – Great Athlete who would be a great value.  Perfect size and speed to play in the 4-3 and blocked two kicks on special teams.

5th (  ) -  ILB, Worrell Williams, Cal – Good size and speed with lots of potential. Older brother D.J. Williams is a linebacker with the Denver Broncos.

6th (  ) -   QB, Brian Hoyer, Michigan State – “East-West Shrine Tuesday practice: Brian Hoyer (Michigan State) still looks like the best quarterback on the field because of his size, zip and accuracy. - Chad Reuter, The SportsXchange, NFL Draft Scout”

7th (  ) -   FB, Quinn Johnson, LSU – A converted linebacker, he will not be afraid to blow people out of the hole.

DT

1st (11)  – DT, B.J. Raji,  Boston College – Ngata Déjà vu….maybe we should let the Ravens have him?


2nd (42) –   Center, Jonathan Luigs, Arkansas – Luigs also has the attitude I am looking for in a Center.  Also a hard worker with good fooball IQ.  Needs a little time in an NFL weight program to get stronger.

3rd  (75) -   DE, Connor Barwin, Cincinnati - His 11 sacks were two off the school record of 13, finished with 53 tackles, 16 which went for a loss, blocked three punts, broke up eight passes, and had seven quarterback hurries.

4th  (  ) -   TE, Travis Beckum, Wisconsin - His 75 receptions are most ever for a Badger tight end.  Has been compared with Dallas Clark.

5th (  ) -    ILB, Worrell Williams, Cal – Good size and speed with lots of potential. Older brother D.J. Williams is a linebacker with the Denver Broncos.

6th (  ) -    QB, Brian Hoyer, Michigan State – “East-West Shrine Tuesday practice: Brian Hoyer (Michigan State) still looks like the best quarterback on the field because of his size, zip and accuracy. - Chad Reuter, The SportsXchange, NFL Draft Scout”

7th (  ) -   FB, Quinn Johnson, LSU – A converted linebacker, he will not be afraid to blow people out of the hole.

ILB

1st (11)  – ILB, James Laurinaitis, Ohio State – Good tackler with speed and instincts.  Let him and Poz fight it out for the middle spot.

2nd (42) –  Center, Jonathan Luigs, Arkansas – Luigs also has the attitude I am looking for in a Center.  Also a hard worker with good fooball IQ.  Needs a little time in an NFL weight program to get stronger.

3rd  (75) -  DT, Ron Brace, Boston College – This guy is the big man we need to anchor the line.  Great size and strength.

4th  (  ) -   TE, Travis Beckum, Wisconsin - His 75 receptions are most ever for a Badger tight end.  Has been compared with Dallas Clark.

5th  (  )  - DE, David Veikune, Hawaii – Lead his team with 16.5 tackles for loss and nine sacks

6th (  ) -   QB, Brian Hoyer, Michigan State – “East-West Shrine Tuesday practice: Brian Hoyer (Michigan State) still looks like the best quarterback on the field because of his size, zip and accuracy. - Chad Reuter, The SportsXchange, NFL Draft Scout”

7th (  ) -   FB, Quinn Johnson, LSU – A converted linebacker, he will not be afraid to blow people out of the hole.
 
DE

1st (11)  –  DE, Everette Brown, Florida St or Brian Orakpo, Texas – Both have potential, but I don’t know if I care which we get.

2nd (42) –   Center, Jonathan Luigs, Arkansas – Luigs also has the attitude I am looking for in a Center.  Also a hard worker with good fooball IQ.  Needs a little time in an NFL weight program to get stronger.

3rd  (75) -   DT, Ron Brace, Boston College – This guy is the big man we need to anchor the line.  Great size and strength.7th (  ) – FB, Quinn Johnson, LSU

4th  (  ) -   TE, Travis Beckum, Wisconsin - His 75 receptions are most ever for a Badger tight end.  Has been compared with Dallas Clark.

5th (  ) -    ILB, Worrell Williams, Cal – Good size and speed with lots of potential. Older brother D.J. Williams is a linebacker with the Denver Broncos.

6th (  ) -   QB, Brian Hoyer, Michigan State – “East-West Shrine Tuesday practice: Brian Hoyer (Michigan State) still looks like the best quarterback on the field because of his size, zip and accuracy. - Chad Reuter, The SportsXchange, NFL Draft Scout”

7th (  ) -   FB, Quinn Johnson, LSU – A converted linebacker, he will not be afraid to blow people out of the hole.

 

 

 

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