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Mock Evolution, beginning to end. Lots of Mocks leading to Final. 3 Final Mock Poll! Read if extremely bored!

Trade 18 for 49ers 31, 61, 157 Trade 18 for 49ers 34, 61, 127 Trade A. Spencer for Bengals 37
Trade 47 to SF for 61+93
31: (43) Larry Warford G 34: C. Carradine / M. Hunt DE 18: Johnathon Cooper G
47: (45) Eric Reid S 47: Larry Warford G 37: Carradine / Hunt DE
61: (68) Sean Porter OLB 61: Phillip Thomas FS 61: Phillip Thomas S
80: (87) Margus Hunt DE 80: Brandon Williams DT 80: Menelik Watson OT
111: (108) David Quessenberry OT 111: Chase Thomas OLB 93: Akeem Spence DT
144: (135) Jordan Hill DT 127: David Quessenberry RT 111: Christine Michael RB
157: (157) Stefphon Jefferson RB 144: Knile Davis RB 144: Terron Armstead OT
175: (192) Michael Williams TE 175: Michael Williams TE 175: Michael Williams TE

Trade DOWN 18 To Minnesota 23; 83 Trade DOWN to Minn for 23; 83 Trade 18 to Minn for 23; 83
Trade DOWN 47 to Bengals 53; 115 Trade 47 to CIN 53, 117 Trade 47 to MIA 54, 111
Trade DOWN 80 to Broncos 90; 122 Trade UP 83; 114; to TENN 70 Trade 83; 114; for DET 65
Trade UP 83; 111; 144 to Ravens 62 23; 53; 70; 83; 117; 151; 185 Trade 80 for 88; 122
Trade 122; 185 for STL 113
23; Sylvester Williams DT 23; Sylvester Williams DT 23; Sylvester Williams DT
53; Margus Hunt DE 53; Kyle Long OG/OT 54; Phillip Thomas S
62; Phillip Thomas FS 70; Carradine / Hunt DE 65; Kyle Long OT
90; Brian Winters OG/RT 80; Rambo / Thomas S 88. Sio Moore OLB
115; Z Gooden / C Thomas OLB 117; Moore / Porter OLB 111; Stepfan Taylor RB
122; Taylor (Stan)/ Bell (Mich) RB 151; Stepfan Taylor RB 113; Joe Kruger DE
175; Earl Wolff S 185; Vinston Painter OG/RT 151; Xavier Nixon OG/RT

Trade 18 for CIN 21, 85 Trade 18 for SF 34; 61; 128 Trade 18 for SF 34; 61; 128
Trade 47 for MIA 54; 111 Trade 47; 114 for GB 55; 88 Trade 47; 128 for GB 55; 88
Trade 114; for BAL 130; 199; 203 Trade 61 for TENN 70; 107 Trade 80; 151 for 72
21; Jonathan Cooper OG/OC 34; Jonathan Cyprien S 34; Jonathan Cyprien S
54; Jonathan Cyprien S 55; Kyle Long OG/OT 55; Kyle Long OG/OT
85; Akeem Spence DT 70; Robert Woods WR 61; Bennie Logan DT
90; Sean Porter OLB 80; Montee Ball RB 72; Robert Woods WR
111; Xavier Nixon ROT 88; Bennie Logan DT 88; Porter / Greene OLB
130; Bennie Logan DT 107; Sean Porter OLB 114; Joseph Randle RB
151; Knile Davis RB 128; Xavier Nixon OT/OG 185; Michael Williams TE
185; Cobi Hamilton WR 151; Everett Dawkins DT
199;Michael Williams TE 185; Michael Williams TE
203; Kyle Juszcyk FB

Trade 18 for SF 34; 61; 128 Trade 18 for SF 34; 61; 128 Trade 18 to Minn for 23; 83
Trade 47; 128 for GB 55; 88 Trade 47 for MINN 52; 102 Trade 83; for TEX 95; 124
34; Sylvester Williams DT 34; Sylvester Williams DT 23; Sylvester Williams DT
55; Kyle Long OG/OT 52; Kyle Long OG/OT 47; Kyle Long OG/OT
61; Bennie Logan DT 61; Terrance Williams WR 80; Phillip Thomas S
80; Terrance Williams WR 80; Phillip Thomas FS 95; Sean Porter OLB
88; Porter / Hodges OLB 102; Sean Porter OLB 114; Joseph Randle RB
114; Joseph Randle RB 114; Bennie Logan DT 124; Marcus Wheaton WR
151; Xavier Nixon ROT 128; Joseph Randle RB 151; Xavier Nixon ROT
185; Michael Williams TE 151; Xavier Nixon ROT 185; Michael Williams TE
185; Michael Williams TE

Trade 18; 47 for SF 31; 34; 74 Trade 18 for SF 34; 61; 128 Trade 18 for SF 34; 61; 128
Trade 31; 80 for DEN 28; 90 Trade 47 for CINN 53; 118
Trade 34 for BUFF 41; 105 Trade 80; 151 for CLE 73
28; DeAndre Hopkins WR 34; DeAndre Hopkins WR 34; DeAndre Hopkins WR
41; Kyle Long OG/OT 53; Kawann Short DT 47; Jonathan Cyprien S
74; Phillip Thomas S 61; Kyle Long OG/OT 61; Kyle Long OG/OT
90; Jordan Hill DT 73; Phillip Thomas S 80; Bennie Logan DT
105; Porter / Hodges OLB 114; La'Veon Bell RB 114; La'Veon Bell RB
114; Randle / Bell RB 118; Jordan Hill DT 128; Sean Porter OLB
151; Bennie Logan DT 128; Sean Porter OLB 151; Chris Gragg TE
185; Michael Williams TE 185; Michael Williams TE 185; Everett Dawkins DT

Trade 18 for SF 34; 61; 128 Trade 80 for DEN 90; 125 Trade 18 for MINN 25; 83
Trade 47; for CHI 50; 117 Trade 47 for CINN 53; 118
Trade 118 for BAL 130; 199; 238
34; Tank Carradine DE 18; Jonathan Cooper G/C 25; Tank Carradine DE
47; Travis Frederick OG/OC 50; Travis Frederick C/G 53; Phillip Thomas S
61; Phillip Thomas S 90; La'Veon Bell RB 80; Travis Frederick OC/OG
80; Terron Armstead RT 114; Bennie Logan DT 83; Kyle Long OG/OT
114; Bennie Logan DT 117; JJ Wilcox S 114; Gerald Hodges OLB
151; Chris Gragg TE 125; Gerald Hodges OLB 130; Bennie Logan DT
185; Everett Dawkins DT 151; Chris Gragg TE 151; Stepfan Taylor RB
185; Everett Dawkins DT 185; Everett Dawkins DT
199; Cobi Hamilton WR
238; Michael Williams TE

Trade 18; 185 for ATL 30; 60 Trade 18 for SF 34; 61; 128
Trade 47 for CINN 53; 118 Trade 47; 185 for STL 46
Trade 118 for BAL 130; 199; 238
30; Tank Carradine DE 34; Tank Carradine DT
53; Phillip Thomas S 46; Phillip Thomas S
60; Kyle Long OG/OT 61; Brennan Williams RT
80; Travis Frederick OC/OG 80; Travis Frederick OC/OG
114; Gerald Hodges OLB 114; Sean Porter OLB
130; Bennie Logan DT 128; Bennie Logan DT
151; Stepfan Taylor RB 151; Joseph Randle RB
199; Cobi Hamilton WR
238; Kenjon Barner RB

FINAL MOCKS

1A 1B 1C

Trade 18; 185 for ATL 30; 60 18; 47; 80; 114; 151; 185 Trade 18; 47 for SF 31; 34; 74
Trade 80 for DEN 90; 125 Trade 34 for BUF 41; next yr 3rd
30; DeAndre Hopkins WR 18; Jonathan Cooper OG 31; Eric Reid S
47; Arthur Brown OLB 47; Justin Hunter WR 41; Kyle Long OG/OT
60; Phillip Thomas S 80; Phillip Thomas S 74; Terrance Williams WR
90; Travis Frederick OC/OG 114; Bennie Logan DT 80; Le'Veon Bell RB
114; Kyle Long OG/OT 151; Stepfan Taylor RB 114; Bennie Logan DT
125; Bennie Logan DT 185; Michael Williams TE 151; Gerald Hodges OLB
151; Christine Michael RB 185; Dion Sims TE

Commentary on Final Mocks:

1A: A trade with Atlanta seems possible. It seems as if they want to move up and grab a cornerback I would assume (Trufant perhaps?) Moving back here nets us another 2nd, I'd jump on that quick and try to keep my 6th rounder since we got of have leverage.

;; Hopkins can come in and play right away, the guy runs good routes and is a smart receiver. Pair him with Dez? man talk about dynamic duo. Being compared to Roddy White? No-brainer pick there, but you can argue it all you want. ;; If A Brown is there at that point in time, it turns into BPA and he would be great value at a position of need and constant ailments. ;; I personally just want this guy as our S pick. Versatile and has the ball hawking skills ;; Position flexibility, and the beard make this a nice pick. Not sure the details on Costa's contract, but Most of the current center backups will be gone next year. We can groom him now, and he can be a versatile backup if not step in. ;; Personal favorite in upside. seems to be up and down on drafts, hard to assume where he will finally fall, probably in the 2nd due to family ties and athletlc ability. ;; Team seems high on him. we need the position depth and a viable 1tech. ;; Combine stud, needs coaching.

1B: Unadulterated Mock ;; I don't foresee the draft going this direction, I think Dallas wants more picks .. although I would totally be happy with the draft falling like this.

;; I think Cooper will get to 18 on draft day, I really think a lot more skill positions will happen in the early teens than people expect. It's going to get crazy-exciting with all of the trades. Look specifically for a run on CB in early-mid rd1 ;;Ties to Dooley, size, speed, sign him up ;; same as 1a ;; same as 1a ;; This guy ran in a prostyle offense, I think people are underselling his skill. He may have mileage, but he will be an asset to any team. ;; He's big, and he can block -- thats all we really need a TE to do at this point, he's almost as big as an OL :O

1C: Everyone speculates a trade with SF. Granted it's possible... but the more I think about it, and I believe I heard a podcast or something where it would make more sense to just package their 31 and 34 and get into the top 10 and grab who they really want (probably Vacarro). What makes this pick interesting is the steal of Buffalo's 3rd rounder next year. I had the option of taking a 4th, but decided that with the additional picks from SF that there's no need for another 4th, I'll take the 3rd next year for trade bait, thanks.

;; A lot of talk about Cincy grabbing reid at 21, possible but not sure if they are planning on pulling hte trigger on reid that soon -- and we can always turn that into a cyprien pick at 31. ;; I <3 Kyle Long. He's the direction the team is going and if we can't grab cooper or warmack, I think he's the pick in the 2nd. I think they like Dinosaurus-Pugh and his tiny arms. but they probably grab upside and position flex. ;; Wr that has kind of slipped, he's good and we've looked at him, dont be surprised if he's the pick in the 3rd if the board falls like this. ;; I'm not really a big fan of Bell myself. I just dont want a 6' RB, but he's the pick getting into the 4th round and us needing a backup. ;; same as 1a ;; An OLB that has some hitting power, size, and minor coverage ability. Notice that since JG started as HC he picks these ivy leagues a lot more? ;; Needing another TE with Phillips Gone, this guy has some size and catching ability, but he probably will be used more in merely the blocking game. They seem to really like Hanna.

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