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MessageSujet: Mock Draft 2015 - Les picks   Lun 30 Mar - 16:30

On va déjà commencé la draft, on avisera pou les quelques picks manquants le moment venu.

Tampa Bay on the clock
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MessageSujet: Re: Mock Draft 2015 - Les picks   Lun 30 Mar - 16:53

With the 1st pick on the 2015 NFL Draft,

Tampa Bay Buccaneers selects :
QB Marcus Mariota - Oregon
6'4 - 222lbs






Strengths
Quick-twitch quarterback. Rare straight-line speed for the position. Defenses must account for ability outside the pocket. Asked to handle more each season by Ducks coaches and delivered consistent production. Stands tall in pocket with three-quarter delivery and quiet release. Keen sense of where trouble lurks and almost never gets baited into a dangerous throw. Threw multiple interceptions in a game just three times over 41 career starts. Adequate accuracy and ball placement from the pocket. Able to make off-balance, difficult throws. Can uncork throws quickly and without resetting feet when necessary. Can climb the pocket and deliver strikes when he trusts the edges of his protection. Silky smooth when asked to roll out and delivers on time with sound mechanics. Has balance and feet to escape collapsing pocket and will look to strike through the air rather than just bolting as a runner. Size, speed and enough skill to eat in the red zone. Considered extremely coachable by scouts, who also love his willingness to play hurt. Very humble and leads by example. Family and heritage are extremely important to him.

Weaknesses
Benefits from an offense that is predicated on simplified reads. Offense able to create wide-open receivers after busted coverages at times. Needs to improve resetting feet when maneuvering pocket to improve accuracy and power. Tends to "see" pass rush too often. Will drop eyes and look to escape pocket rather than stepping to available pocket space. Frequent trips outside pocket increase opportunity for injury. Pocket feel is very average. Stepped into sacks he had no business taking. Didn't have to throw to tight windows often. Average processor on field. Still learning when to get rid of the ball and move to next play. Slow to make anticipatory throws and can improve patience in allowing combo routes to mature rather than rushing the read. Missed obvious pre-snap blitzes. Drive accuracy needs work. When cutting it loose, ball tends to sail on him a bit. Arm strength is adequate but inconsistent to field side. Needs to bring hips through throws to increase zip into tight windows in NFL. Fumbled 27 times during his career.

Sources Tell Us
"What I don't think the fans and media understand is that all these guys like Mariota, (Johnny) Manziel and (Bryce) Petty are all pure projection players. We can see certain characteristics on tape, but they don't play the same game that we play in the NFL so we can't see things we need to on tape. We have to make calculated guesses. I know this, I wouldn't bet against Mariota. He's a good football player." -- AFC QB coach

NFL Comparison
Colin Kaepernick

Bottom Line
Scheme-based quarterback who will face the same challenges that several quarterbacks before him have faced in terms of learning how to read defenses and go through progressions. The tape was less kind to Mariota than expected, but his size, athleticism and consistency of football character throughout his career are necessary traits in becoming a good-to-great quarterback. Mariota's ability to create outside the pocket will help win games here and there and buy him time as he plies his craft. However, to reach his potential and match the play with the traits, he must develop more poise and feel in the pocket and improve his field vision. Mariota is no lock to be a great NFL quarterback, but his floor is much higher than any of the quarterbacks drafted in 2014.


NCAA Stats :

Career Statistics
YearGPCOMPATTYDSCOMP %TDINT
2011RS------
2012132303362,67768.5%326
2013132453863,66563.5%314
2014153044454,45468.3%424
Totals417791,16710,79666.8%10514

Explication :
Le consensus semble se détacher vers Jameis Winston pour les Bucs.
Habitué à un Pro-style, il a évolué pendant 2 ans à 400km de Tampa et a permis aux Seminoles de retrouver les sommets.

Winston ne serait pas forcément un mauvais choix, s'il n'avait pas ses problèmes off-fields et s'il n'avait pas lancé tant d'interceptions l'an dernier.

Pour moi, il n'y a aucun joueur qui ne vaut vraiment un #1 overall, mais j'irais quand même vers Mariota.

Lui aussi a plusieurs interrogations, notamment de passer à un système assez formaté qu'il ne pourra pas vraiment reproduire en NFL.
Un manque de NFL Throw qui nous rend la projection de ses capacités difficiles.

Mais bon, j'irais quand même pas jusqu'à lui mettre un red flag pour çà comme certains "experts". C'est pas parce qu'il a évolué dans une Spread Offense, qu'il est incapable de jouer dans un Pro-style Offense. Kaepernick ou Griffin qui ont un jeu semblable ont eu du succès en NFL.

C'est aussi aux coachs de le mettre dans de bonnes conditions, et avec l'embauche du OC Koetter comme OC des Bucs, qui est l'un des mentors de Helfrich, le HC d'Oregon, on a un OC bien placé pour mettre Mariota dans de bonnes conditions.

La différence se fait aussi en dehors du gameday.
Winston a fait preuve de beaucoup d'immaturité et arrive donc avec quelques red flags, et je ne pense pas que ce sont plusieurs millions de $ et l'entourage néfaste qui peuvent arriver avec qui vont le calmer.
Si c'est pour devoir le virer dans 3-4 pour des problèmes de relations publiques, ca ne vaut pas la peine.
Winston me fait un peu pensé à une version amélioré de Josh Freeman.

Mariota a lui montré qu'il savait se tenir en dehors des terrains, le gendre idéal, mais c'est aussi un gros bosseur.
Il lui faudra peut-être 1 saison pour intégrer un nouveau système, mais il a le potentiel et une capacité de runner qui en fait une double menace et peut l'aider dans un premier temps.

Winston est pour moi la meilleures solution à court terme, mais Mariota l'est à moyen-long terme.

Vu que je n'ai pas la pression d'un président, je prendrais donc Mariota, mais peut-être que le duo Smith-Licht qui sortent d'une saison catastrophique, vont avoir besoin de résultat immédiat.
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MessageSujet: Re: Mock Draft 2015 - Les picks   Mar 31 Mar - 18:06

With the 2nd pick on the 2015 NFL Draft,

The Tennessee Titans  selects :

LEONARD WILLIAMS, DT  SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
6-5 / 302 LBS




STRENGTHS: An exceptional talent, boasting a rare combination of size, easy athleticism and raw power to go along with a passion for the game. Possesses a naturally large frame with broad shoulders, long limbs and a trim middle that makes it easy to see why the Trojans have rotated him all over the defensive line.
Impressive initial quickness, lateral agility, flexibility and balance to penetrate gaps and attack on stunts. Very long arms, which allows him to keep blockers from latching on. Shows good technique to chop away opponents when they are able to initially lock him up. Locates the football quickly and has good speed for pursuit.

Displayed his passion for the game in toughing it out through an ankle injury for most of the 2014 season.

WEAKNESSES: When the game comes as easily to a player as it appears to with Williams, it is easy to nit-pick technique and consistency. Williams, like most taller defensive tackles, struggles at times with leverage. He gets his hands into passing lanes but needs to show better awareness and hand-eye coordination to make those big mitts weapons.

COMPARES TO: Gerald McCoy, Buccaneers - Williams is earning comparisons from scouts to everyone from McCoy to Houston Texans defensive end J.J. Watt for his ability to dominate the line of scrimmage while alternating between defensive tackle and defensive end.

IN OUR VIEW: Regardless of where he lines up, the Daytona Beach, Fla., native has been a standout. His physical make-up is extremely impressive with his size, length and athleticism to line up at any position on the defensive line, inside or outside, and be effective.


Explications :

Echaudé par le dernier QB sélectionné aussi haut par les Titans (peut parce que je pensais il serait notre McNair v2.0 et que.... bref.... ), je ne prendrais pas de QB.
Tellement de brèches à combler que prendre le meilleur joueur disponible me semble être la meilleure option.
Celle du trade down serait encore meilleure mais pas réalisable dans une mock...
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MessageSujet: Re: Mock Draft 2015 - Les picks   Mar 31 Mar - 20:19

With the 3rd pick on the 2015 NFL Draft,

Jacksonville Jaguars selects :

DANTE FOWLER jr (le fils de Cuba Gooding), DE/OLB  FLORIDA
6-2 et des brouettes / 261 LBS


Redites moi combien je vais gagner en partant 3ème choix?


Strengths
Well-built, athletic frame with very long arms. Has transformed body since coming in, losing 25 pounds while adding substantial explosiveness in space. Versatile -- was moved around field for Gators. Can rush from two- or three-point stance. Good first-step quickness. Uses improving spin move to counter when rush stalls high-side. Can dip and turn corner against upright tackles. Slants inside with devastating quickness. Well-timed arm over to whip lungers. Rangy in pursuit. Has hips and feet to change direction seamlessly. Can chase play-side running back to sideline and terminate with very little angle. Length to stifle cut blocks. Strong hands and arm extension to set edge and maintain.

Weaknesses
Bounced all over the field. Raw pass rusher. Still learning nuances of the position. Needs more coordination between hands and feet. Pass-rush approach lacks efficiency and includes too much wasted motion. Expected "speed-to-power" conversion inconsistent on tape. Tackles with length can lock him out and run him over the top. Average lower-body strength with limited window to fend off power. Limited recovery talent when beaten early in snap. Inconsistency against downhill running game is a concern.

NFL Comparison
Khalil Mack

Bottom Line
Strong-side 3-4 outside linebacker with the physical traits and above-average potential to set the edge or spill runs wide to an early demise. Fowler is a competitive pass rusher getting by on athleticism and inside moves right now, but has a Pro Bowl ceiling with double-digit sack potential if he takes coaching and addresses his rush technique.


Argumentation de folie:
Les jaguars ont besoin d'un pass rusher (et de 12 autres postes différents) et son profil très complet car efficace contre la course devrait les interesser.
J'ai beau essayer d'envisager Winston mais avec Bortles drafté l'année dernière, il n'y a pas de place pour le jeune enveloppé.
Je le laisse donc glisser lentement vers les Jets.
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MessageSujet: Re: Mock Draft 2015 - Les picks   Mer 1 Avr - 22:42

With the 4th Overall pick on the 2015 NFL DRAFT, the Oakland Raiders select :

KEVIN WHITE - WR - West Virginia

6'3 - 215 Lbs


Leonard Williams étant parti, le choix pour les Silver-and-Black se joue entre Amari Cooper et Kevin White. Ce dernier ayant fait un meilleur Combine, je vois pas pourquoi il ne serait pas le 1er WR choisi.


Overview

White had a spectacular senior season with 109 receptions and 1,447 receiving yards, finishing third and sixth, respectively, in the nation in 2014. Was one of three finalists for the Biletnikoff award (best receiver). He started the season with seven consecutive 100-yard receiving games, a school record. He set the school record for catches in a game with 16 receptions vs. Texas on Nov. 8, 2014. Missed the first game of his junior season with a shoulder injury after joining West Virginia from Lackawanna College. Played in 24 career games, starting 22 in his two seasons with West Virginia.


Strengths

Has desired NFL frame for the position. Goes and gets the ball with consistency. Had issues with drops in 2013 after transferring in from JUCO, but caught everything in sight in 2014. High points the ball. Asked to run more types of routes in 2014 and delivered with increased productivity. Terrific inside release to beat press coverage. Creates separation on crossers and can stop on a dime on hitch routes. Makes defenders work to get him down after the catch. Competes when the ball is in the air. Looks to turn upfield immediately after short catch, running with desire and some power.


Weaknesses

Pigeon-toed and runs heel to toe. Allowed to play in space and must learn to get off line of scrimmage against press coverage. Must answer questions abound about his top-end speed. Wall-off blocker who could use more work in that area. Average wiggle after the catch and relies on effort over suddenness to pick up yards after catch.


NFL Comparison

DeAndre Hopkins (ou un Larry Fitzgerald)


Bottom Line

He's not just a product of West Virginia's system -- he's talented. White showed off 23 reps on the bench press and a blazing 4.35 40 at the combine, proving he has the top-end speed to go with the size and strength. White came into West Virginia with very limited confidence, according to team insiders, but when he left, he had realized his rare talent. White lacks the polish of Amari Cooper, but some teams already believe he has the best upside of any wide receiver in this draft.

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MessageSujet: Re: Mock Draft 2015 - Les picks   Lun 6 Avr - 9:53

With the 5th Overall pick on the 2015 NFL DRAFT, the Washington Redskins select

VICK BEASLEY - OLB CLEMSON

6'3 - 246 Lbs


DT Leonard Willians étant parti et même si on aurait grand besoin d'un bon RT (schaff pourrait faire l'affaire), je pense que Morgan Moses drafté au 3eme Tr la saison passée et Compton devraient faire l'affaire pour cette saison.

En OLB on a déjà R. Kerrigan et on a récup T. Murphy au 2nd Tr la saison passée... mais il faut toujours au moins 3 grands OLB rusher dans une équipe en 3-4 en cas de blessure etc.
Beasley remplacerait le départ d'Orakpo et serait complémentaire d'un Murphy qui n'a pas vraiment le même profil et qui jusqu'ici na pas prouvé grand chose !

... et pas de QB c'est déjà bien assez le bordel avec nos 3 actuels !!!


Overview

During his four seasons at Clemson, Beasley totaled 52.5 tackles for loss, 33 sacks, 29 quarterback pressures, 11 pass breakups, seven forced fumbles, two recovered fumbles and two touchdowns in 1,421 snaps over 48 games (25 starts). He ranks first in school history in sacks, fourth in tackles for loss and tied for seventh in forced fumbles. He is a two-time first-team All-American and two-time first-team All-ACC selection. Was a finalist for the Bednarik, Lombardi and Hendricks Award in 2014. He was selected as ACC Defensive Player of the Year in 2014. His 33 career sacks came during the final 39 games of his career and pushed him past Michael Dean Perry, Gaines Adams and William Perry on the school's all-time sack list. As a junior in 2013, he had 23 tackles for loss, 13 sacks, 12 quarterback pressures, six pass breakups and four forced fumbles in 13 starts. In 2012, he had a team-high eight sacks. Played nine games during his freshman season in 2011, after redshirting in 2010. Was rated the No. 16 athlete in the nation by ESPN out of Adairsville High School (Ga.). He played high school and AAU basketball and his father, Victor, played football at Auburn. He graduated with a degree in sociology prior to his senior season.


Strengths

Explosive athlete who's always first off the snap. True edge bender who can torque hips and shoulders to turn corner. Has ankle flexion to dip and slalom around corner at difficult angles to block. Former running back with quick feet and fluid hips. Able to change directions and burst to target. Possesses potentially lethal spin move, but doesn't use it enough. Primarily a hand-in-dirt rusher but has played standing, too. Able to drop into space. Solid instincts and outstanding closing burst. Quick hands to swat initial punch. Hands will get even better and could become a major weapon with more coaching. Can embarrass tackles who lunge and miss.


Weaknesses

Pigeon-tondHigh cut with narrow waist and thin legs. Needs to add more bulk. Unlikely to convert speed to power against NFL tackles. Wins with athleticism on majority of his sacks. Rarely transitions from speed rush to spin as an instinctual pass-rush counter. Lacks ideal arm length. Too often content to stay blocked if pass rush stalls out. Needs to shed blocks more consistently against run. Good football character, but scouts are concerned about a lack of alpha-dog tenacity.  and runs heel to toe. Allowed to play in space and must learn to get off line of scrimmage against press coverage. Must answer questions abound about his top-end speed. Wall-off blocker who could use more work in that area. Average wiggle after the catch and relies on effort over suddenness to pick up yards after catch.


NFL Comparison

Bruce Irvin


Bottom Line

Projects as 3-4 outside linebacker. Considered one of the best pure edge rushers in the draft, but needs more sophistication to his approach. Has speed and explosion to become an absolute menace for a creative defensive coordinator. High-impact talent, but needs to crank up competitive nature in order to reach his potential. Teams privately gushed about his ability to carry speed at the combine to go along with his additional weight.
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MessageSujet: Re: Mock Draft 2015 - Les picks   Lun 6 Avr - 15:43

With the 7th Overall pick of the NFL draft, the Chicago Bears select

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MessageSujet: Re: Mock Draft 2015 - Les picks   Lun 6 Avr - 16:01

With the 6th Overall pick of the NFL draft, the New York Jets select
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MessageSujet: Re: Mock Draft 2015 - Les picks   Lun 6 Avr - 17:32

With the 8th pick of the draft
Atlanta Falcons select :

DE/OLB Randy Gregory (Nebraska)






Career Statistics
YearGPTKLTFLSACK
2011JUCO---
2012JUCO---
2013136619.010.5
2014115410.07.0
Totals2412029.017.5


Analysis


Strengths

Tall with long levers and a lean, sinewy build. Batted down four passes in 2014. Stronger than expected at point of attack. Able to lock out and stay square against big offensive tackles and can whip most tight ends. Unhinges and gets tentacles on running backs bursting through gap. Room for more thickness on long frame. Competitive and shows toughness against run. Can chase and limit outside runs with speed. Secondary motor to stay in hunt downfield as tackler. Explosive hips. Gets instant change of direction to hound quarterbacks in play-action. Played standing up and with hand in ground. Rushed occasionally from ILB spot. Stride and second gear for quick close. Has bend and hips to convert speed to power. Showed improved timing and understanding of how to set up inside pass-rush move as season progressed. Hands are a blur. Explosive play traits to overwhelm technically deficient tackles. Can counter and recover from cut blocks. Flashes plus hand-feet coordination. As blitzer from ILB, will coil and explode into guard on contact step. More than tough enough. Willing to take on pulling guards with low pad level and aggressive pop.

Weaknesses

Thin through trunk and will play with a narrow base, causing balance issues. Almost always last player out of his stance at snap. Technique and feel as pass rusher lacking at this point. Thinks rather than plays. Takes occasional false steps as stand-up rusher. Time-waster. Too much time stutter-stepping tackles rather than exploding upfield. Fails to stress the high side of tackles to get them rocking. Makes it too easy for tackles to quick-set him. Plays man in front of him rather than "seeing through" to quarterback. Lacks creativity as rusher. Gets punched with his shoulders still squared rather than on an angle, which robs ability to turn edge. Doesn't process what he sees very quickly. Marginal play strength in pass rush and can be redirected. Was manhandled by Wisconsin blockers on two long touchdown runs by Melvin Gordon.

Sources Tell Us

"He's super raw, but those physical tools are through the roof. That's why you pay coaches." -- NFC scouting director

NFL Comparison

Dion Jordan

Bottom Line

A 3-4 outside linebacker with the length, toughness and closing burst to immediately help a run defense. Gregory could stand to add more weight to his frame and needs plenty of technique work and a patient coach for his pass-rush skill to match his traits. High-ceiling, low-floor prospect.


Explication :
Atlanta a des besoins quasiment à tous les postes sauf QB et WR, ils auront donc l'embarras du choix.
Je pensais d'abord renforcer la OL, mais vu qu'ils ont déjà pris Matthews au 1er tour l'an dernier, et qu'on peut trouver des OL utiles dans les tours suivants.
L'autre priorité est le Pass rushing.
Avec seulement 22 sacks l'an dernier et leur meilleur sackeur étant Biermann à 4.5, il y a du boulot.

Parmi les joueurs restants, il y a 2 favoris Randy Gregory et Shane Ray.
Même si Ray apporte plus de sécurité par rapport au pick, je suis quand même mon instinct et sélectionne Randy Gregory.
Je pense qu'il a les moyens de devenir un 10+ sacks sur plusieurs saisons.
Il a échoué à un test de Marijuana au combine, mais c'est pas le seul joueur a fumer, il faudra juste qu'il fasse attention, et ca risque de lui coûter quelques matchs de suspension que la 2 ou 3è fois où il se fera chopper.
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MessageSujet: Re: Mock Draft 2015 - Les picks   Sam 11 Avr - 18:24

With the 9th pick of the draft
NY Giants select
S Landon Collins (Alabama)






Career Statistics
YearGPTKLPBUINTYDS
20121417000
201313706289
2014141037314
Totals41190135103


Analysis


Strengths

Thick safety with a no-nonsense demeanor typical of a Nick Saban-coached player. Decisive against the run. Gets high to low quickly and is all over the ball. Leverages running backs to sideline and keeps contain. A true sheriff against the run. Tracks and stalks ball carriers with patience. Hits the gas and explodes into his tackles with purpose. Feet are under him and balanced when ready to strike. Aggressive and tough with a desire to intimidate. Disciplined eyes -- is not easily moved around field by quarterbacks. Wrap-up tackler. Physical enough to match up against tight ends and has the feet to carry big, slot targets. Transitions to throws quickly in zone coverage and limits yards after catch. Finds and tracks ball and times his leaps well. Aggressive in playing the ball and disrupts the catch with his physicality. Core special-teams player.


Weaknesses

Average hands. Dropped easy interceptions against Texas A&M and Arkansas. Looked much quicker in 2013 than he did in 2014. Can be beaten in a foot race. Average recovery speed. Sometimes shows too much confidence in recovery speed. Gets caught peeking into backfield and can be beaten over the top after a late jump. Inconsistent route recognition. Beaten for game-tying and game-winning touchdowns by Ole Miss. Shows some hip stiffness when asked to open up and run. Might be carrying too much bulk.


NFL Comparison

Johnathan Cyprien


Bottom Line

Collins is a tempo-setter who can energize a defense with his downhill, aggressive style. He is at his best when he can attack rather than sit back in coverage and process. Collins' tackling, pursuit angles and speed to the sideline can help a defense shut down rushing attacks, but his inconsistencies in coverage will be tested by NFL offenses.

Explication :

Toujours embêtant de drafter un S dans le Top 10, les Giants pourraient utiliser le pick pour un OL ou DL, mais ils ont perdu leur 2 S titulaires et en ont pas encore remplacé un, il faudra donc qu'ils assurent un titulaire à la draft et Collins et le seul à sortir du lot.
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MessageSujet: Re: Mock Draft 2015 - Les picks   Lun 13 Avr - 9:01

With the 10th pick of 2015 NFL Draft,

The Saint Louis Rams select

Brandon SCHERFF, OT/OG, IOWA



J'ai hésité avec devante Parker car le poste de WR est un need aussi chez les Rams, Tavon Austin étant un bust.

Mais j'ai estimé que la OL était un choix encore plus pressant.
Long et Barksdale sont partis et Scherff, détenteur du "outland Trophy" qui récompense le meilleur Lineman offensif universitaire, apporte sa capacité à  jouer en G ou en RT.
Comme Greg Robinson, le choix de 1st Round de l'an dernier devrait passer LT (alors qu'il a joué LG la saison dernière), un joueur comme SCHERFF offre donc la possibilité de combler les deux postes (LG ou RT).
Et si Robinson n'est pas au niveau en LT, les Rams auront toujours la possibilité de le repasser en LG et de tenter le coup avec Scherff en LT, au pire.
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MessageSujet: Re: Mock Draft 2015 - Les picks   Lun 13 Avr - 9:58

With the 11th Pick of the DRAFT,

The MINNESOTA Vikings select

CB - Trae WAYNES from Michigan State




Mon pick initial était Landon Collins qui aurait fait un duo de safeties d'enfer avec Harrison Smith,
du coup, je me rabats sur la logique des Mock avec Waynes.

STRENGTHS Good length. Loves to compete in man-to-man and is mentally tough. Asked to play on an island and did so successfully. Allowed just two touchdowns over last two seasons. Bump-and-run specialist. Fastest cornerback at the NFL Scouting Combine with a 4.31 40-yard dash, showing off his recovery speed to make up for separation. Maintains feel for vertical threats and uses his frame to pin wideouts against sideline. Excels in deep, man coverage and can be smothering. Acceleration and length to contest any throw on the field. Well-coached and plays with proper leverage in coverage. Can be intimidating and disruptive against finesse receivers. Drives forward with burst and runs through targets, jarring balls loose. Wrap-up tackler who understands his responsibility against the run.

WEAKNESSES "Grab, grab, grab!" Transition to a less hands-on cover style will take time. Would grab opposing wide receivers at top of route at times rather than trusting length and ball skills. Penalized nine times over last two seasons. Tight through hips and tends to play upright. Struggles to mirror and match against quickness. Hips and feet get clumsy in transition. Allows brief separation window at the top of short and intermediate routes. Fails to sink hips to stop, causing balance issues. Sometimes plays with blinders on and anticipation is below average. Slow to process combinations.

NFL COMPARISON Antonio Cromartie

BOTTOM LINE He's a bump-and-run cornerback with the length, deep speed and confidence to handle himself down the field against speed. Waynes plays too handsy for NFL officials and that could show up on Sundays. His 4.31 40, smooth hips and overall fluidity displayed at the combine could make him a much earlier pick in the draft than previously projected. Waynes carries a very high ceiling.


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MessageSujet: Re: Mock Draft 2015 - Les picks   Mar 14 Avr - 7:20

With the 12th pick
The Cleveland Browns select


WR - DeVante Parker from Louisville



STRENGTHS
Consistently plays with outstanding body control. Soft hands and elite concentration are his calling cards. Credited with just three drops since 2012. Comfortable with a man on his hip. Maintains focus on downfield throws despite hand fighting and bumps. Daunting catch radius. Produces explosive plays without top-end speed. Works his way back to the ball and gets open during scrambles. Consistently high-points his catches and is a snatch-and-secure receiver. Recognizes when to adjust depth of routes over the middle. Has an innate feel for the position. Proved he could come back from injury and regain his form. Maximizes his catch window through body control, extended hands and positioning.

WEAKNESSES Linear and lacking ideal play strength. Has to prove he can beat a more physical brand of press coverage. Very average suddenness out of breaks. Routes are inconsistent and sometimes lack sharpness. Noticeably slower after returning from a broken bone in his foot in 2014. Quick-twitch corners could be his kryptonite. He was not put on this earth to run block.

NFL COMPARISON Hakeem Nicks

BOTTOM LINE Parker does his best work when the ball is in the air. He uses his height and wingspan to consistently snatch anything that comes his way. Parker isn't going to overpower cornerbacks and he will have more contested catches than most explosive wideouts. He has consistently posted eye-popping yards-per-catch numbers during his time at Louisville and showed of solid athleticism at the combine. Parker has the potential to be a legitimate lead receiver for a West Coast offense.


Un trade est toujours possible avec les BRowns et leurs 2 choix.
Mais, je choisis le pick logique vu qu'au niveau des receveurs, c'est ledesert à CLeveland... quoi ? y'a pas que là ? je sais mais fallait choisir.

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MessageSujet: Re: Mock Draft 2015 - Les picks   Mar 14 Avr - 17:45

With the 13th pick of the draft
New Orleans Saints select

DT Danny Shelton (Washington)






Career Statistics
YearGPTKLTFLSACK
20111390.00.0
201213254.00.5
201313233.52.0
2014149316.59.0
Totals5315024.011.5

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Strengths

Bends well for a big man and has ability to play with leverage. Space-eater who is able to maintain good positioning against double teams. Consistently gets his hands inside offensive linemen first. Controls, sees it and sheds to make tackles. Surprising ability to swat cut blocks and chase stretch plays laterally. Played a high percentage of Washington's defensive snaps. Has the strength and athleticism to dominate in the running game.  

Weaknesses

Despite girth and leverage potential, can be a little inconsistent at getting push off snap. Dominates lesser centers but doesn't seem to look nearly as dominant against more talented centers. Will quit on a play when he's blocked. Produced eye-catching sack numbers for his position in 2014, but much of it was against lesser competition. Must work to keep weight in check.  

Draft Projection

Round 1  

Sources Tell Us

"Shelton is a bully. If you let him walk all over you early in the game, he's going to keep doing it. But watch how he kind of fades into the background when he goes up against guys who stand up to him. I want to see him show up all the time." -- NFC area scout  

NFL Comparison

Vince Wilfork  

Bottom Line

With his thick frame and powerful upper body, Shelton has moments where he can dominate at the point of attack. He was forced to chase sideline to sideline due to the nature of Pac-12 offenses, but when he faced downhill competition like Stanford, he stepped up. Shelton is an above-average interior pass rusher for a man his size, thanks to his surprising athleticism. He is a fit in a two-gap scheme and could benefit from playing fewer snaps than he was forced to play at Washington. He has an All-Pro ceiling, but must show a greater consistency of effort.

Explication :
En jouant la carte du reset, les Saints vont se créer pas mal de besoins, mais Shelton est l'un des BPA, et la défense des Saints était un point faible de l'équipe.
Shelton peut devenir la première pierre angulaire de la défense en dominant le centre de la LOS.
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MessageSujet: Re: Mock Draft 2015 - Les picks   Jeu 16 Avr - 7:03

With the 14th Overall pick of the NFL draft, the Miami Dolphins select
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MessageSujet: Re: Mock Draft 2015 - Les picks   Sam 18 Avr - 16:37

With the 15th pick of the 2015 NFL Draft, The San Francisco 49ers select

Arik Armstead, DE/DT, Oregon



Overview

Started all 13 games he played in during 2014 season, recording 46 tackles. Missed two games due to ankle injury. Finished season with 16 quarterback pressures, 2.5 sacks and 4.5 tackles for losses. In 2013, started five games and recorded his first full career sack against Nicholls State in the first game of the season. In 2012, one of four true freshmen to receive playing time in all 13 games and joined men's basketball team after football season, but was redshirted. Was a standout on offensive and defensive lines in high school and was selected to U.S. Army All-American game. Armstead's father, Guss, played basketball at Sacramento State and Arik's brother, Armond, played football at USC and spent a season with the New England Patriots before retiring from football in 2014.


Analysis

Strengths Improved by leaps and bounds from 2013 to 2014. Elite size with ability to add more bulk to his frame. Quick-twitch athlete. Explodes upfield into blockers with good pad level and hip snap, gaining instant leverage against the run and often jarring them into the backfield. Gets good arm extension to control offensive linemen and peppers them with powerful hands. Can unlock quickly from blocks. Has above-average tackle radius thanks to his length and quickness.

Weaknesses Power-based pass rush with very little production to show for it over his time at Oregon. Plays tall as pass rusher and doesn't use his hands to gain consistent advantages. Has no reliable counter moves when rush stalls. Gets caught up in whipping man in front of him rather than making the ball carrier his focus. Will win against an offensive lineman, but doesn't put himself into position to finish.

Draft Projection Round 1

Sources Tell Us "I see the power in his hands and all of his tools, but I don't see the production or the consistent push that I feel like I should see from him. He could end up being a monster, but you have to understand that what you get right now is just a big athlete with some upside." -- Pac-12 area scout

NFL Comparison Calais Campbell

Bottom Line Projection-based prospect with elite size and the traits to become a dominant run-stuffing defensive end in an odd front. Armstead has the explosiveness off the snap and in his jarring punch to gain early advantages and control offensive linemen. Armstead is a fast riser but is still very raw. He will need patience and coaching and must become a more effective pass rusher at some point.

Le pourquoi
la DL doit être renforcée. Ray McDonald est parti, le Cowboy va sûrement prendre sa retraite et Tank Carradine a tout à prouver.
Armstead est surement le meilleur prospect à  son poste et les 3 meilleurs WR ainsi que Trae Waynes étant off the board, ce choix m'a paru évident, même si il y a quelques points d'interrogation le concernant, notamment sur la régularité et sur l'intensité.
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MessageSujet: Re: Mock Draft 2015 - Les picks   Dim 19 Avr - 14:58

With the 16th pick of the 2015 NFL Draft, The Houston Texans select

BRESHAD PERRIMAN, WR
UCF 6-2 / 212 LBS.



STRENGTHS: Perriman is a big, strong, aggressive receiver armed with NFL pedigree who will use his size and strength to make the catch. Possesses long arms and a large wingspan. He has a very deceptive stride that lets him break down a defender's cushion and get deep.
Perriman possesses the tools to make tough, acrobatic catches with his large soft hands. Can track the football and snatch it at its highpoint. A good runner after the catch who is able to big up big chunks of yardage.

Perriman demonstrated excellent chemistry with his quarterbacks. In his breakout season of 2013, Blake Bortles was under center for the Knights and Perriman built on his sophomore success and improved his production playing with Justin Holman his junior year.

WEAKNESSES: Lacks polish and technique to the position. He'll need to work on running routes and reading coverages at the next level. Perriman will not be able to rely just on his natural ability at the next level. Can disappear at times in a game.

He was a terrific college player and is good enough for the NFL, but may not have the suddenness or speed to excel as a starting receiver in the NFL.

Perriman's father (Brett Perriman) played receiver in the NFL for 10 years and had two 1,000-yard seasons with the Detroit Lions. Opposite of his father (5-foot-9, 180 pounds) Breshad is a massive target at 6-3, 214.
The Knights' leading receiver with 50 catches for 1,044 and nine touchdowns his junior season, Perriman received All-American Athletic Conference First Team honors and declared early for the NFL Draft. During his true sophomore and junior seasons he averaged an astounding 20.8 yards per catch.

Perriman established himself as a legit offensive weapon as a true freshman. His 26 receptions for 388 yards for three touchdowns all rank third overall as a true freshman at UFC. He also earned a spot on the C-USA All-Freshman Team.

Perriman made one of the most memorable plays in UCF school history with a 51-yard Hail Mary catch to defeat ECU, 32-30, that gave the Knights a share of the 2014 conference title. It was another example of Perriman's ability to adjust to the football and time the catch in coverage on deep passes. He caught at least one touchdown pass in seven straight games his junior season, finishing the year with nine.

Seven receivers have been selected from UCF in school history, with the most notable being Chicago Bears wide receiver Brandon Marshall, who was selected in the fourth round in 2006 by the Denver Broncos. Perriman has the ability to match Marshall's draft grade.

Le pourquoi :

On aurrait pu voir un DE ou un CB...
Mais en perdant André Johnson, il lui fallait un succésseur
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MessageSujet: Re: Mock Draft 2015 - Les picks   Dim 19 Avr - 19:13

With the 17th pick of the 2015  Draft, the San Diego Chargers select :


TODD GURLEY (6'1 -222Lbs) RB Georgia




Je pense que les Chargers vont trader avec les Titans pour avoir Mariota. Mais si ça se fait pas, ils vont préférer prendre un RB qui représentera la franchise pour vendre des abonnements. Todd Gurley est le meilleur RB possible. Pour moi c'est un Corey Dillon...

Overview

In 2014, started first five games before being suspended for four games for violating NCAA rules (accepted more than $3,000 to autograph memorabilia). In his first game back from suspension against Auburn, he tore his ACL. Rushed for 198 yards and three touchdowns on 15 carries against Clemson. In 2013, started 10 games, but missed three due to ankle injury. Tore through Clemson with 154 yards rushing and two touchdowns, including a 75-yarder on his first carry of the season. In 2012, selected second-team All-SEC, Freshman All-SEC and was the second freshman to rush for 1,000 yards in Georgia history (Herschel Walker in 1980). Set Georgia freshman record with 17 rushing touchdowns. Selected North Carolina Player of the Year in 2011 at Tarboro High School. Won three consecutive 2A State Championships. Gurley was hurdler for Team USA in Europe during spring and summer of 2011 and competed for the Bulldogs in 2013 indoor season. Finished the 60-meter hurdles with the seventh-fastest time in school history (8.12).
Analysis
Strengths Rare blend of speed and power. Immense power in legs and shows balance through contact. Shreds arm tackles and has speed to house it. Very hard to tackle on an angle. Professional, decisive runner. Presses line of scrimmage to set up his cut-back runs. Gets downhill with knee bend and forward lean, staying small through the hole. Uses quick, tight steps to second level. Will sink and explode into tackler or side-step and jet, causing hesitation in downhill safeties with their approach. Converts "speed to power" between tackles and around corner. Rarely looks to run out of bounds and finishes his runs. Able to factor out of the backfield with soft hands and ability to adjust to throws. In 2014, churned out an amazing 61.9 percent of his rushing yardage after contact. Strong hands and carries ball tight to his body. Only three fumbles in 510 carries.

Weaknesses
Missed three games in 2013 due to ankle injury and tore his ACL in 2014. Questions about whether he'll return back to his play speed are a big concern. Vision is average. Still gaining feel as a zone runner. Too locked into looking for cutback lanes when play-side run is open. Can get better at setting up blockers in space. Average creativity in tight quarters. Patience and tempo as a runner can improve. Quick passing attack limited his protection opportunities but was very average when given the shot.


NFL Comparison Marshawn Lynch

Bottom Line The rehab work and NFL Scouting Combine medicals will be extremely important for Gurley's draft stock as teams assess his potential durability as an NFL running back. He played less than 40 percent of his team's offensive snaps over the last three years, so there is plenty of tread still on the tires. Has the talent to be a top-five NFL running back, but ACL tear clouds the short-term picture.

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MessageSujet: Re: Mock Draft 2015 - Les picks   Dim 19 Avr - 19:39

With the 18th pick of the 2015 Draft, the Kansas City Chiefs select :

Ereck FLOWERS - OT - Miami
6'6 - 329 Lbs




Overview

As a junior in 2014, started all but one game at left tackle and was second-team All-ACC selection. Flowers suffered a knee injury in the middle of the season and reportedly underwent a surgical procedure to repair the injury but missed only one game because of it. Admonished for using an obscene gesture toward Nebraska fans after an on-field skirmish. In 2013, started all 13 games at left tackle. In 2012, started four games as a freshman at right tackle. Ranked as a four-star prospect by Scout and Rivals coming out of Miami Norland High School. Helped lead team to a 15-0 record and Class 5A state championship. Was the only player at the NFL Scouting Combine who decided not to hire an agent.

Pro Day Results
Vertical jump: 27 inches
Analysis
Strengths Big, athletic frame carrying more than 320 pounds with ease. Ascending mauler in the run game. Bender who is low man off snap and pops hips into block to leverage defender at the point. Combines hips, arm extension and upper-body power to consistently turn his man when base blocking. Once he gets upper hand in run game, he usually sustains and finishes. Secures combo block with a vengeance. Has feet to become solid zone blocker. Mean and highly competitive. Wants to dominate and gets surly when beaten on a snap. Special foot quickness in pass protection. Able to mirror and counter two-way rushers or B-gap blitzers. Uses quick feet and loose hips to turn, scramble and recover when beaten. Pass-set depth and technique improved as year progressed. Has played both tackle positions.
Weaknesses Pass protection needs plenty of work. Footwork gets sloppy and undisciplined, causing base to narrow. Ducks head into contact and is a leaner in pass pro, creating balance problems. Rarely flat-footed upon initial hand contact. Throws hands rather than firing authoritative punch. Hands ride too high and too wide. Content to become grabby around framework of defender. Flagged for six holding penalties over last two seasons. Slow to secure and climb on combo blocks and is often lacking balance on the way to target. Doesn't bring feet under him to sustain second-level blocks. Knocked off balance by smaller pass rushers due to poor balance. Hips looked tight and struggled to gain ground when asked to pass set in combine drills.

NFL Comparison Jack Mewhort (c'est qui ça ??)

Bottom Line
Flowers has good size and short area foot quickness, but he also features some lower body tightness and struggles to get proper depth quickly to consistently meet edge rushers. Some of Flowers' pass protection issue may be difficult to overcome. On the hand, his strength as a run blocker and ability to uproot his man and get them turned is undeniable. Flowers may be drafted as a tackle, but his best position could end up being as a guard where I would put a draft grade on him of 6.12.

Même si l'équipe a l'air de croire en Kush en Center, il y a besoin d'aide à sa droite.  Flowers peut jouer Guard ou RT, avec un Fisher en LT. Les Chiefs aiment Justin Hardy (je ne leur donne pas tort, mais ils l'auront en 2nd round)

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MessageSujet: Re: Mock Draft 2015 - Les picks   Lun 20 Avr - 7:07

With the 19th Overall pick of the NFL draft, the Cleveland Browns select
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MessageSujet: Re: Mock Draft 2015 - Les picks   Mer 22 Avr - 20:37

With the 20th pick of the draft
Philadelphia Eagles selects
CB Byron Jones (Connecticut)






Career Statistics
YearGPTKLPBUINTYDS
2010RS----
20111251420
20121288210
20131260837
20147244270
Totals4322318877

Analysis


Strengths

Extremely smart and instinctive on the field. Shows above-average anticipation of routes. Is able to sniff out rub routes and works to avoid them. Flashes recovery speed downfield and gets head around to find ball and make a play on it. Uses instincts and adequate closing burst to disrupt the catch. Generally reliable tackler. Team captain and leader on the field and in the locker room. Scouts say he's willing to play hurt and inspires his teammates.  

Weaknesses

Plays with high center of gravity. Has difficulty gearing down quickly and changing directions. Doesn't always play with feet under him. Will lose balance and footing too often. Not a quick-twitch athlete. Feet show noticeable stall before firing forward out of backpedal. Willing to tackle but not a physical player. Suffered season-ending shoulder injury in seventh game of 2014 season.  

Draft Projection

Round 1 or 2  

Sources Tell Us

"High-character player with the vision and instincts you want from an NFL cornerback. I'm not sure I like him in man coverage but there is a place for him in our league. Really nice young man who you cheer for." -- NFC North scout  

NFL Comparison

Blidi Wreh-Wilson  

Bottom Line

Instinctive cornerback with good size and adequate speed. Has the ball skills and anticipation needed for the position. Jones' balance and overall athleticism could be a concern in man coverage and his season-ending shoulder injury will need to be examined. He would be an interesting free safety prospect with his instincts, but might lack the physicality for the position.

Explication
Gitano avait lancé la piste d'un CB/S.
C'est peut-être un peu haut pour Jones, mais c'est un monstre physique,[size=16] [size=13]ce que peut apprécier Chip Kelly,
et il a l'expérience d'avoir joué CB et S en NCAA.[/size]
En CB pur, j'aurais néanmoins préféré PJ Williams personnellement.
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MessageSujet: Re: Mock Draft 2015 - Les picks   Jeu 23 Avr - 6:38

With the 21st Pick of the Draft,

the Cincinnati BENGALS select

OT - D.J. HUMPHRIES (Florida)







STRENGTHS 
Nasty play demeanor with legitimate toughness to his game. Plays through and past the whistle. Stays cranky. Into it all game long vs. LSU's Danielle Hunter. Flexible hips and knees offer up leverage wins as run blocker. Gets down blocks secured and transitions quickly into second-level stalker with ability to mirror moving linebackers in space. As base-blocker, hustles feet into position and works to wall defender off. Has desired foot quickness combined with proper angles to be effective blocker on play side and back side on stretch plays. Gains good ground with kick slide and takes smart angles to cut off the edge. Rarely narrows base in run or pass game. Uses length to help cut off inside rush moves.


WEAKNESSES
Too often a leaner and lunger. Can fall off balance in run game against moving targets when his feet get complacent at contact. Needs to drive feet through contact as run blocker rather than engaging in upper-body sumo wrestling. Hand placement is a mess, with hands sliding high off of targets. Uses hands to slap, push and spar rather than to snatch and sustain. Tends to lean into pass rusher at point of contact rather than shoot his punch. Leaning "punch" opens him to spin move counters back inside. Eyes trained too high on target and hands follow suit in pass protection. Offensive line coaches taking close look at his functional power to redirect rushers over the arc once they get into his edge.


NFL COMPARISON D'Brickashaw Ferguson


BOTTOM LINE 
An elite-level tackle when he exited the high school ranks, Humphries relies on his superior athleticism and fist-fight mentality rather than an improved skill set and steady technique. He might always have an issue with being a leaner, but his hand placement should improve with more work and coaching. When he improves in that area, he could become a solid NFL starter on the left side.


Mon avis :
Andrew Withworth a 33 ans, Dédé Smith sera FA à la fin de la saison, la OL a quand même connu quelques soucis la saison dernières avec les blessures,
donc, vu qu'en défense, on a utilisé la Free Agency et quelques re-signatures,
autant drafter un bon OT qui va mûrir doucement cette saison et sera un des piliers (au bon p'tit bidou) de la ligne pour les saisons à venir.

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MessageSujet: Re: Mock Draft 2015 - Les picks   Jeu 23 Avr - 20:39

With the 22th pick of the draft

Pittsburgh Steelers select

CB PJ Williams (Florida State)




Career Statistics
YearGPTKLPBUINTYDS
20121414100
201313357324
2014137410114
Totals4012318438

Analysis


Strengths

Possesses desired height, weight and speed. Able to face up and handle business from press coverage all game long. Bump-and-run specialist. Length and strength to put a receiver into detour mode off the jam. Waits to open hips up until receiver has committed to his release. Able to turn, run and close. Has feel to stay wired on inside or outside releases. Able to get on top of vertical routes and smother. Can carry speed down the field. Outstanding timing and ball skills to knock throw away. Instinctive and aware, extending outside of his area to make plays. Sure tackler in open field with second gear to explode into ball carriers.

Weaknesses

Physical down the field and could take time to acclimate to NFL illegal-contact rules. Stays on high-side down the field, opening himself to easy comebacks. Appears to lose some interest when asked to cover in zone. Won't be able to consistently jam savvy NFL receivers off the line. Motor runs hot and cold. Shows up ready when stakes are high, but puts it in cruise control and play looks less motivated against lesser opponents. Inconsistent to step downhill and attack the run.

Draft Projection

Round 2

Sources Tell Us

"I think his best position will end up being safety. He's strong enough as a tackler to make the move and his cover skills are what most teams are looking for from safeties now. He would be the second safety off the board if you project him there." - NFC general manager "Can't run. The more I watch him, the more limited I realize he's going to be." - NFC defensive backs coach

NFL Comparison

Stephon Gilmore

Bottom Line

Cover cornerback with the talent to play on an island, and the swagger to regroup and forget when beaten. Williams can cover outside or from the slot, and has potential to come in and start right away for an aggressive man-cover defense. Williams had some issues recovering when beaten deep and may end up making a move to safety on the next level. He has the talent to be a capable NFL starter at either position

Explication :
Toutes les mocks drafts voyent un CB à Pittsburgh et je suis bien du même avis.
Surtout qu'il reste encore pas mal de bons CB à ce niveau.
J'aurais pu choisir du Peters, Collins ou Johnson, mais je pense que PJ Williams peut devenir un bon CB et sera au final l'un des meilleurs de cette cuvée en NFL.
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MessageSujet: Re: Mock Draft 2015 - Les picks   Ven 24 Avr - 3:10

With the 23rd Overall pick of the NFL draft, Matt Millen selects
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MessageSujet: Re: Mock Draft 2015 - Les picks   Lun 27 Avr - 17:03

With the 24th pick
Arizona Cardinals select
DE/OLB Shane Ray (Missouri)





Career Statistics
YearGPTKLTFLSACK
2011RS---
201212162.50.0
201314399.04.5
2014146522.514.5
Totals4012034.019.0


Analysis


Strengths

Explosive athlete in every sense. Has elite power for his size and explodes off the line like a coiled spring. Rushes passer with extreme passion and purpose. Has fast, violent hands with advanced understanding of how to use them. Tough and plays with bad intentions on each snap. Uses rip to get under linemen and out-leverage them. Played 4-3 defensive right end in base but rushed from three-technique in some sub-packages. Once he gets to blocker's edge, they struggle to recover and redirect. Rare ability to post inside leg and get his body turned sharply and quickly around it toward quarterback. Excellent change-of-direction talent. Has natural coordination of head fakes, footwork and hand usage in pass rush. Works hard to stand his ground against power. Has power in upper body and hips to punch and dispatch with tight ends against run. Rarely runs past the arc as a rusher and will fight to come back underneath if he gets on the high side. Was able to drop into space with no issues when asked.  

Weaknesses

Lacks ideal length as an outside rusher. At times was engulfed and glued to the bigger tackles he faced. Can get too focused on hand fighting if he doesn't win with hands early in pass rush. Will occasionally stunt himself out of a play, opening up running lane. If rushing from inside, must learn to set up teammates when running "T/E" (tackle first, end under) twists. Relies on arm-over inside and slap/rip outside -- needs more variety to pass rush.  

Draft Projection

Round 1  

Sources Tell Us

"He's not like other guys from Missouri that we've seen. He's got serious speed to get over the top of tackles and those other ends didn't have it. You just wish he was a little longer." -- NFC outside linebackers coach  

NFL Comparison

Chris Clemons  

Bottom Line

It's hard to find many play weaknesses for Ray, but his lack of overall length is one area that some teams have concerns about. He pursues the quarterback and the ball like it's his last snap. An alpha male packaged in an explosive frame, Ray has the traits and skills to be a dominant pass rusher and potential Pro Bowler. He also has the athleticism and strength to play in any defensive front.

Explication :
Les Lions ont soufflé Gordon aux Cardinals et vu les RB restants, ca sera pour le 2è tour.
Shane Ray est l'un des meilleurs joueurs disponibles, et il peut dynamiser  la défense des Cardinals
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