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MessageSujet: Re: Mock Draft 2016 : Les picks   Lun 11 Avr - 21:34

With the 25th pick of the NFL 2016 Draft, The Pittsburgh Steelers select :
CB William Jackson III (Houston) - 6'0 - 189lbs








[th]YEAR[/th][th]GP[/th][th]TKL[/th][th]PBU[/th][th]INT[/th][th]YDS[/th]
2012 JUCO - - - -
2013 13 35 7 1 96
2014 13 37 10 2 5
2015 13 43 23 5 110
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STRENGTHS: At the next level, scouts and coaches covet speed at the position, but teams also want size and length to better match-up with the physical pass-catchers in the NFL. Jackson is a good-sized athlete for the position with an aggressive attitude that serves him well, doing a lot of wide receiver-like things at the catch point.
Brackets receivers against the sideline with terrific instincts and coverage sense to take away short passes and not get beat deep. He looks comfortable in either press-man or off-man. Balanced off the snap and extends his hands to jam in press-man coverage. Quick out of his stance to shadow routes, reading the receiver to sense throws and get his head turned to react accordingly.
WEAKNESSES: Does he have the short-area agility to hold up vs. the quick pass-catchers at the next level? NFL scouts will keep their eyes trained on his transition technique during pre-draft workouts.
He will find himself off-balance in press and needs to refine his technique, anticipation and route recognition to eliminate false steps. Has some hip tightness. Allows receivers to drive him off the route with hard-stops or physical push-offs. Needs to better anticipate routes and improve his spatial awareness to close gaps at the stem. Lacks a second gear to recover if the receiver gains a step late vertically. Will panic and get grabby at times, attracting obvious penalties. Needs to better square up his targets as a tackler.
IN OUR VIEW: His body type, arm length and physicality at the catch point are why Jackson might be the first senior corner drafted. Projects as a day two pick.


Choix très compliqué à faire, car à l'inverse de quasiment toutes les mocks drafte, je n'étais pas trop chaud pour partir sur un CB au 1er tour.
Certes, c'est l'un des postes facilement améliorable pour les Steelers, mais ils ont déjà Gay et Cockrell, plus Golson (2è tour rookie qui a été en IR) et éventuellement Cortez Allen.
Ca fait un peu de monde pouvant contribuer.
Pittsburgh a aussi besoin d'un S et d'un DT.
Je partais donc sur un S en première intention, mais entre (Le')Vonn Bell, Jeremy "Johnny" Cash et Karl "Marx" Joseph "Staline", il y en aura un au 2è tour.
Je me suis dit prenons donc un DT, mais même s'il y a quelques prospects ayant joué en défense 3-4 et valant un 1st (Robinson, Reed et Butler), aucun n'est le vrai Nose tackle à 330lbs. Butler se rapproche physiquement mais à plus joué 3-4 DE à Louisiana tech.


Je me suis donc résigné à prendre un CB, ca se jouait entre Alexander et Jackson et le playmaking de ce dernier a joué à son avantage.
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MessageSujet: Re: Mock Draft 2016 : Les picks   Mar 12 Avr - 16:32

With the 26th pick in the 2016 NFL Draft, the Seattle Seahawks Select :

Jason Spriggs  - OT - Indiana
6'6 - 301Lbs




Player Overview
A former tight end, Spriggs was a four-year starter at left tackle for the Hoosiers and showed steady development each season, filling out his frame and holding his own against the Big Ten's top rushers like Joey Bosa and Shilique Calhoun.

He was named second team All-Big Ten in 2015 by the coaches and media and one of six semifinalists for the Outland Trophy. Spriggs was charged with only two sacks allowed in 431 called pass attempts and had 72 knockdowns in 972 snaps.

In 10 starts in 2014, he allowed just two sacks and was a consistent force in the run game, helping Tevin Coleman rush for over 2,000 yards. Spriggs did not redshirt and missed only one game for the Hoosiers because of injury.

STRENGTHS: At 6-foot-6, 305 pounds, Spriggs has the size and well-distributed musculature NFL scouts are looking for, as well as impressive initial quickness, lateral agility and balance. The length and athleticism combination makes Spriggs well-suited to pass protecting in Indiana's up-tempo spread offense and in run blocking at the second level.

Steady run and pass blocker. Has enough set-up quickness and lateral mobility to beat rushers around the corner, showing smooth body control and natural athleticism in space. Has the temperament needed to match up vs. fierce pass rushers. Rather than maul defenders at the point of attack, Spriggs relies on his quickness and agility.

He showed the quickness and balance at Senior Bowl practices that scouts have appreciated about his game in the past, while also flashing some nastiness, looking to pancake opponents when he could.

WEAKNESSES: Tackles from collegiate spread offenses have struggled acclimating to the physicality of the NFL and this remains a concern for Spriggs, who struggles at times to sustain blocks due to average upper body strength and pad level. He needs to improve the timing and force of his punch in order to better control defenders.

COMPARES TO: Nate Solder, New England Patriots: Balanced in pass protection and quick to the second level as a run blocker, Spriggs should be able to remain at left tackle in the NFL and perhaps emerge as a standout there just as Solder -- also a former tight end -- has for the Patriots.

IN OUR VIEW: Scouts looking for tackles to play in a zone blocking scheme will certainly want to check out Spriggs, a former tight end who has maintained his athleticism while getting bigger and stronger to start the past four years at left tackle for the Hoosiers.

Quick and agile, Spriggs is very effective blocking on the move and has the length and balance to mirror in pass protection. He's not particularly stout, however, and may struggle acclimating to the power he'll face in the NFL.


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Après le départ de Russell Okung pour Denver, les Seahawks ont besoin d'un LT pour protéger Russell Wilson.

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